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Accepting Applications For 2015-2016 School Year

Dear Prospective Parent/Guardian,
School of Science & Technology - Discovery (SST-D) is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic school year.

SST-D is a high-performing, open enrollment state public charter school approved and accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Known for its successful integration of science and math programs into a well-rounded curriculum and diverse student body, SST-D is a school of choice for any (Kinder - 8) student residing in the San Antonio Metropolitan area.

SST-D prepares each student for higher education through delivering a student-centered rigorous educational program with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM Education) in a safe, caring, and collaborative learning environment.


If you want to know more about our school and educational programs, you may attend one of our open house sessions. The dates are below:

- Tuesday, January 20th @6pm
- Saturday, February 21st @ 11am
- Tuesday, March 3rd @ 6pm

To learn more about the enrollment calendar, please click here.

2013-14 School Report Card

Dear Parents,

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has released 2013-2014 School Report Cards for all the public schools. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, financial expenditures, and college readiness.
The 2013-14 School Report Card (SRC) for SST-Discovery is now available at the link below. To help our parents to have better understanding of the report, the SRC definitions link is also available as a reference.

SST-D School Report Card for 2013-14 school year

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - SCHOOL CLOSED!!!

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.”
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

SST schools` administration invites all its students, parents and teachers to join us in celebrating the life and legacy of humanist, activist and civil rights giant Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. King was born on January 15th and his birthday is observed annually as a national holiday.

Please note that there will be no classes held and campuses will be closed on Monday, January 19, 2015.

Helping Everyone Respect Others (H.E.R.O) Club

H.E.R.O club consists of SST students, grades 5th-8th, who model excellent character and are committed to helping make SST a safe school. The students receive training on leadership, anti-bullying, anti-drug, and other issues that may affect the student body.

There is a junior H.E.R.O.group consisting of students grades K-4th. These students will be invited to special events to educate them on creating a postive and safe school enviornment and are also assigned leadership roles in the classroom.

The last few weeks, H.E.R.O. Club students met after school to collect facts, edit and create a student newsletter. We invite you to read this awarding accomplishment. read more . . .

SST-Discovery Science Olympiad Team brought home 6 medals!!!

Congratulations to SST-Discovery Science Olympiad Team!

Our students competed in the Texas State Science Olympiad Championship this past Friday-Saturday May 2th-3rd and did an outstanding job representing SST Discovery.

Our team, which consisted of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, competed against a total of 30 Science Olympiad Teams from all across Texas that included 9th grade students –which raised the bar for us-and our students shined !

SST-Discovery is the highest ranking charter school in the State Science Olympiad.


On March 1st, 2014, The Rockets' FIRST LEGO League Team was awarded the CHAMPION'S AWARD - 1st PLACE at the Texas-Alamo Regional Competition.
The Rockets' team is one of only three in the state of Texas to been chosen to represent the state at the FLL WORLD FESTIVAL in St. Louis, MO in April.  
We would like to thank the following team members for all their hard work.  

Rockets FLL Robotics Team

8A - Alan Zaragoza
8A - Dominique Pena
8A - Simon Roel
8B - Ersem Dikmetas
7A - Josiah Pang Parra
7B - Kevin Key
7B - Julian Martinez
7B - Justin Cantu
6A - Jonathan Lopez
6A - Mikel Hormachea

Thank you,
Mr. Caballero FLL Robotics Coach
Mr. Gonzalez FLL Robotics Co-Coach

SST-D Science Olympiad Team is the Regional Champion!!!!

Congratulations to the SST-Discovery Science Olympiad team.

On February 22, 2014, the SST-D Science Olympiad team earned the Championship Title at the Stephenville Regional Science Olympiad and advanced to the State.
Students won 20 gold, 6 silver, and 4 bronze medals.


Trunk or Treat

Who: SST Discovery students, family, and friends
What: Come in costume, decorate your car, and go from trunk to trunk gathering treats and checking out all of the decorated cars!
When: 6-8pm on Friday,October 31, 2014
Where: SST Discovery parking lot

Contact the front office for further information

P.S.- You may donate bags of individually wrapped, store-bought candy at the front office

Hispanic Heritage Fair (HHF) - 2014

SST Discovery closed Hispanic Heritage month with an inspiring educational event for our students. In 2010, over 60% of San Antonians identified themselves as Hispanic or Latino. We wanted to provide our students an educational insight into the culture that represents a large majority of their city. Some of the activities included:

• Motivational speeches from inspiring Hispanic citizens
• View and interact with a mini-wax museum of middle school students dressed as past and present Hispanic role models
• Create and learn about Mexican Folk Art

• Sample foods from various Hispanic Heritage countries, provided and served by generous parent volunteers

**Also, Frida Kahlo made a special guest appearance at our HHF ;)

OCTOBER is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month!!!

Check out the Wednesday mail for the activities in this month!!!!
Please see the infographic for more information.


Did you know that children can suffer academically if they miss 10 percent of the school year? That’s just 18 days or 2 to 3 days a month. And that can add up before you know it.

This September SST-DISCOVERY is celebrating Attendance Awareness Month with a renewed push to get all kids to school—on time, every day. Research shows us that absences add up. That’s as true for kindergartners as it is for 12th graders. It’s as true for excused absences as it is for skipping school.

We know there will be days when your child will miss school, especially when they’re sick. But we know that nationwide, as many as 7.5 million students miss 10 percent of the school year? That’s 135 million days of missed school – and missed opportunities.

And research shows us it also marks the point when students start to fall behind academically because they have missed too many days.

So this September, for Attendance Awareness Month, let’s work together as a community to get all kids to school – on time, every day.

The school will organize events and run contests to raise the attendance awareness among the students and parents.

Please see the infographic for more information and read the suggestions how to improve your child`s attendance.

Celebrating Attendance Awareness month with students!!!

We recognize the classess with the highest attendance rate every week.
Last week`s winners are KB, 3B & 8A classes.


SST-D will STEAM up the education!!!

In the past several years it has become abundantly clear that our students need more than just traditional content knowledge and study skills to make it in today’s workforce.

The U.S. education system has been increasing the amount of content and high stakes testing with a special emphasis on the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

On top of this, our students need diverse experiences, creative problem-solving skills, teamwork skills, and the ability to communicate all of this to others to succeed in the working world.
So how can teachers squeeze all this into their classrooms?

Perhaps using an artistic approach to teaching is the key; how can we marry the arts experience with the STEM curriculum?

Many individuals in the educational research and policy worlds, including U.S. Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan, argue that an “arts education is essential to stimulating the creativity and innovation that will prove critical to young Americans competing in a global economy.”

SST-D has chosen to add the “A” from the arts to go beyond STEM to “STEAM,” and we are not alone.

Click here to read a message from Ms. Garcia-Art Teacher.

SST Parent Mobile App

Dear Parents,
SST Mobile applications are ready for all parents of our school. Parents and guardians can keep in contact with the school and track students’ progress from their smart phones anytime.

SST Mobile Apps are ready in the App Store and
Android Market

Application features:

-Access to information about SST students’ grades, homework, attendance, discipline points, schedule, web news, school calendar, payments and test center.

-Receive push notifications about student's progress (grades, homework, discipline points, attendance).

-Support for access to multiple student accounts.

-Offline viewing of student’s data. Parents view student's data even when you are not connected to a network.

-One click login once you save your child's login information.

-Email communication with your child's teachers without leaving the application.

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