The Anna ISD 18+ Transition program students launched their Coyote Coffee Cart today. This was their ‘soft opening’ at AHS. Transition teacher Janet Darr says that the Coyote Coffee Cart is a hands-on experience for students with disabilities to develop real work skills in providing a service to Anna High School faculty while gaining valuable skills to transition into adulthood.
In a thrilling display of skill, determination, and teamwork, the Anna Coyote football team succeeded by clinching their first-ever state championship title. They left it all on the field from the first snap to the final whistle, showcasing their unwavering commitment to excellence.
The Holidays came early for some well-deserving teachers and students in Anna ISD. The Anna Education Foundation awarded more than $30,000 worth of grants to 20 teachers across the district at the end of November. The program is called ‘Grants for Great Ideas’.
In a heartening collaboration that spanned across generations and classrooms, Slayter Creek Middle School's Makerspace classes teamed up with Bryant and Rosamond-Sherley kindergarten classes for a unique and imaginative project just two months ago. The project revolved around the letter "M," a pivotal point of learning for the kindergarteners, who embarked on a journey of creativity and expression.
Anna ISD is now recognized as a Best Buddies school district with an active student group. Best Buddies programs empower the special abilities of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by helping them form meaningful friendships with their peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy, and communication skills, and feel valued by society.
The Anna Student Advisory Council has been making waves by spearheading initiatives that have profoundly impacted Anna High School and its community. Comprising a diverse group of students, this council has shown how the youth can drive positive change in their educational environment.
A historic event unfolded in the heart of Anna, Texas, as Anna ISD celebrated the groundbreaking of its fifth elementary school, Lorenzo Dow Hendricks Elementary. This monumental occasion marked a significant step towards enhancing educational opportunities for the city's youngest residents. Anticipation is building as this state-of-the-art educational facility will open its doors to PreK through 5th-grade students for the 2025-2026 school year.
Anna High School medical assistant practicum students are practicing their EKG skills.
It was a day of camaraderie, sportsmanship, and heartwarming competition as eleven school districts gathered at Coyote Stadium on Thursday, September 28, 2023, to take part in the Annual Special Olympics Bocce Ball Tournament hosted by the Anna Coyotes. The event was spectacular, with the stadium pulsating with pride, smiles, laughter, and even some refreshing snow cones to beat the Texas heat.
The College Board National Recognition Programs award academic honors to underrepresented students. The four national recognition programs include the National African American Recognition Program, National Hispanic Recognition Program, National Indigenous Recognition Program, and National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program.
In the bustling halls of Anna High School, the medical assistant students were eager to kickstart their journey towards becoming healthcare professionals.
The Anna ISD Board of Trustees approved a 3% midpoint pay raise for all Anna ISD employees for the 2023-2024 school year.
Anna ISD hosted a ribbon cutting for Clemons Creek Middle School this week. Clemons Creek is Anna ISD's second middle school and is projected to house more than 600 students in its first year.
Anna ISD is moving to a 4-day instructional week for the 2023-2024 school year.
Annual registration (Coyote Crossing) is right around the corner.
Anna ISD attendance zones have slightly changed due to rapid student growth.