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SchoolMessenger system is designed to send phone calls, emails and text messages, allowing you to select how you preferred to be contacted. The student contact information is automatically populated to the SchoolMessenger system from the contact information in the campus Student Information System that the campus obtains during the registration process. In order to enhance our ability to accurately deliver that information we kindly request that you contact your campus if you need to update the student contact information. The SchoolMessenger Contact Manager does allow you to control the ways in which you prefer to be contacted. With this account, you have the ability to select the method of communication such as calls, emails or texts. This system does require that one emergency phone number remain for district/campus emergencies.  For more information please call 254-842-5500
[Note: SchoolMessenger has a strict privacy policy and does not sell or distribute your contact information to any 3rd party.]
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Information about Senate Bill 179 or "David's Law"
Cyberbullying Information --- David's Law

To ensure all of our parents and community are informed, Sidney ISD is sharing the following information about Senate Bill 179 or “David’s Law.”

Effective September 1, 2017, Senate Bill 179, commonly known as “David’s Law,” makes it a Class A misdemeanor and allows a temporary injunction against social media accounts used to electronically harass or cyberbully someone under age 18 through text message, social media, websites or other means with the intent of causing them to commit suicide or harm themselves.

Authored by Texas state Senators José Menéndez and Judith Zaffirini, the bill requires school districts to include cyberbullying in their district bullying policies, notify parents within 3 days if their child has been bullied, and notify the parents of the alleged aggressor within a reasonable amount of time. Additionally, schools have the authority to investigate cyberbullying and to work with law enforcement on such investigations.

If a student believes they are a victim of cyberbullying/bullying or if a teacher or other school personnel have knowledge about an incident of cyberbullying/bullying, they should immediately report it to a campus administrator.

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Our missions at SISD is to provide a high quality education for all students within a safe and secure learning environment in order to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and developing necessary skills through vigorous instruction that challenges each student to become successful and responsible global citizens.


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