New leadership takes reign at South San ISD after board president voted out
South San Antonio Independent School District is turning a new leaf after months of turmoil with its leadership. This week, the interim superintendent addressed the board for the first time, and a group of board members voted themselves into leadership positions.
Power struggle continues among South San ISD top leaders
South San ISD leaders held a special meeting Monday to discuss the possibility of placing the school Superintendent Marc Puig on paid administrative leave and asking the Texas Education Agency for a monitor, citing a conflict of interest with the recently placed monitor.
South San ISD board members call for special meeting following comments heard on open mic
Three South San ISD board of trustees have requested a special meeting to discuss comments captured by an open mic following the end of a regular meeting and just before the start of a closed meeting on November 17th.
Community oversight could play a role in solution as South San ISD board members, superintendent at odds
Dysfunctional school boards could impact district leadership in the future if the community and voters don’t take action to be involved and pay attention to who represents them on their local board.
New South San ISD Superintendent hits the ground running in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
San Antonio Hes starting a new job as superintendent of a school district in the midst of a pandemic, but his goal is to be real but optimistic about the future. Dr. Marc Puig started his new role as the superintendent for South San ISD on June 8th. The pandemic forced him to hit the ground running, meeting with teachers and parents and hearing concerns to formulate a plan for the new school year. How we respond to our teachers, how we respond to our students and our broader community in the midst of this pandemic is the opportunity. The school year starts August 12 and it will be 100% virtual until the data shows otherwise, he says.