Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)

This is the official SCUC ISD page that launched on June 16, 2011. For more information, visit www.scuc.txed.net.

SCUCISD is a TEA “Recognized’ school district located in the northeast section of the greater San Antonio area between IH-35 and IH-10. SCUCISD serves the needs of more than 15,000 students within a 73-square mile area that includes Bexar and Guadalupe Counties. Administrative offices for the district are located at 1060 Elbel Road, across the street from Clemens High School in Schertz. Regular bo

Operating as usual

02/22/2024

Congratulations to Ms. Kelly Rust for her Teacher of the Year honors at Wiederstein Elementary School!

Congratulations to our 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year, Kelly Rust!!

Photos from Ray D. Corbett Junior High School's post 02/22/2024

Congratulations to Ms. Marcia Caballero, who was named Teacher of the Year at Corbett Junior High School!

02/22/2024

Congratulations to Ms. Dawn Ryan at Schertz Elementary School!

Congratulations to our 2023-24 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Dawn Ryan! We are very lucky to have her as part of our Panther family!

Photos from Barbara C. Jordan Intermediate School's post 02/22/2024

Congrats to the Jordan Intermediate crew for their honors!

Photos from Paige Meloni, SCUC ISD Superintendent's post 02/22/2024

Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni met up with area leaders today during the Legislative Luncheon held at the Malish Center today.

Superintendent Meloni gave a State of the District update and communicated the desire for greater engagement with city and state leaders for the betterment of public education throughout the state of Texas.

Mr. Ed Finley, Board President; Mrs. Belinda Evans, Secretary; and Mrs. Amy Thomas, Trustee; also attended the luncheon.

Photos from The Chamber's post 02/21/2024

Exciting news! ⛳️

The SCUC ISD Education Foundation’s annual golf tournament, now known as the David Pevoto’s Par-TEE for Programs, is just around the corner! 🎉

The Foundation had been able to give back nearly $50,000 to students, teachers, and staff in SCUC since the start of the school year.

Consider joining in for a day of golf, fun, and giving back!

02/21/2024

Seems like a new tradition. Mrs. Jennifer Benson finds out from two of her children that she was named the Green Valley Elementary School Teacher of the Year! Congratulations!

What a great start to the morning! We gave out our teacher of the year award to Mrs. Benson. Her two sons were able to surprise her as she heard her name on the announcements. What a special surprise! She is such an amazing teacher and we are glad she is at Green Valley Elementary.

02/21/2024

Our thanks to the Byron P. Steele High School Culinary Arts department for the delish dishes served prior to this evening's Board of Trustees meeting and providing a huge welcome to our new Superintendent of Schools, Paige Meloni.

Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 02/20/2024

SCUC is mourning the passing of Robert Reid, the Samuel Clemens High School alum who went on to a long and distinguished career in the NBA, most notably with the Houston Rockets. Reid, who died on February 19, 2024 was 68 years old. His jersey is hung at Beard Gym in honor of his significant accomplishments at Clemens HS. Reid also had a notable career at St. Mary’s University before being drafted in the second round by the Rockets in 1977.

He made two trips to the NBA Finals as a member of the Rockets, first in 1981 and again in 1986. Reid finished with career averages of 11.4 points per game, 4.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists. He also had stints with the Charlotte Hornets, Portland Trail Blazers and the Philadelphia 76’ers.

Most importantly, Reid was a man of faith, who even took a one-year sabbatical from the game in 1982 to strengthen his beliefs before returning to the Rockets in 1983. His legacy of character and charitable endeavors will endure beyond his immense accomplishments in basketball.

02/20/2024

Outstanding students from Byron P. Steele II HS and Samuel Clemens HS are honored as School Board Student Representatives and recognized at the monthly board meeting.

Additionally, each month students from two of our K-8 campuses are recognized and lead the board of trustees, district leaders and meeting attendees on the pledges at the monthly meeting.

For the February board meeting, we are pleased to recognize O.G. Wiederstein Elementary School students Maddie Moerbe and Luke Robbins, along with seniors from Byron P. Steele High School, Cadence Linehan and Samuel Clemens High School, Miah Carrasco, respectively.

02/18/2024

This is straight 💯! Congratulations!

Texas DECA held their State Career Development Conference February 15-17 where 7,000 students from around the Great state of Texas competed to punch their ticket to Anaheim California in April at the International career development conference. 54 Buffs qualified to attend state. Very proud of our kids.

02/16/2024

Watch a message from Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni. Spend a "Moment with Meloni.”

02/16/2024

Watch Emily Smitch find out she was selected as Teacher of the Year at John A. Sippel Elementary from her daughter!

02/14/2024

REMINDER:
All SCUC ISD campuses and offices will be closed Monday, February 19, 2024 in observance of Presidents' Day

Have a safe and relaxing three day weekend.

Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 02/14/2024

Steele wins its bi-district playoff game against SA LEE this evening, 60-43. Let's go Knights!

Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni and Board Assistant Secretary Amy Thomas came out to support SK.

Photos from Paige Meloni, SCUC ISD Superintendent's post 02/13/2024

Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni continues her outreach to the SCUC community, meeting with members of The Chamber and its Leadership Core this morning at Samuel Clemens HS.

She was joined by SCUC Board President Ed Finley and Vice-President Letticia Sever as the distinguished guests learned about the inner workings of school district governance and received a tour of the Clemens CTE programs.

02/13/2024

Let's give it up for the Samuel Clemens High School VASE students!

And how about those Clemens Art students!? 57 Regional Medalists and 14 going to State VASE Samuel Clemens High School Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)

02/13/2024

Way to open your hearts, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

Thank you Wilder families! We collected 442 food items for the SCUC Food Pantry. Great students and families! Thank you for helping us with our Souper Bowl food drive!

Photos from Byron P. Steele High School's post 02/13/2024

Congratulations to the VASE students at Byron P. Steele HS!

02/13/2024

2024-2025 CONTINUING & NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

We are especially excited to begin enrolling students into Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year.

Students new to SCUC in Kindergarten through 12th grade levels are able to register for the upcoming school year at this time.

The PreK Qualification begins April 1, 2024. If you are interested in receiving information regarding enrolling a child in our full-day PreK program next year, please complete this interest form: https://tinyurl.com/yck5xn85.

Visit our district website for more information on registration: https://www.scuc.txed.net/Domain/4742

Photos from SCUC ISD Fine Arts's post 02/11/2024

No higher honor for our band and choir members! Kudos!

Photos from Byron P. Steele High School's post 02/11/2024

Congratulations to our state-bound Knights!

Photos from Clemens UIL Wrestling's post 02/11/2024

Congratulations to our state-bound Buffs!

02/10/2024

The Samuel Clemens HS Buff Bakery had its grand opening and ribbon cutting today. Funded in large part by a grant from the SCUC Education Foundation, the student-run store will serve as a practicum for the school's Culinary Arts program. It will be open on school days, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni was on hand to congratulate the students and Ms. Amanda Tharp, Culinary Arts instructor, on the accomplishment.

Superintendent Meloni was joined by members of the SCUC Board of Trustees and their counterparts on the Education Foundation.


02/09/2024

Congratulations to PFC Sean Edmondson, a graduate of Byron P. Steele High School Class of 2023. He recently completed his Military Intelligence Open Source Analyst Advanced Individual Training, achieving the honor of being named an Honor Graduate. PFC Edmondson is proudly serving as a member of the U.S. Army Reserves.

Photos from Paige Meloni, SCUC ISD Superintendent's post 02/09/2024

Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni greeted the guests comprising Leadership SCUC this morning at Samuel Clemens HS. She took part in the tour that showcased the amazing programs offered at SCUC and thanked the visitors for their desire for greater engagement and partnerships.

Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 02/09/2024

Bidhan Paudel has that air of youthful nonchalance, deceiving you into thinking he looks just like any other student you'd find strolling the halls of Byron P. Steele High School. With a wispy mustache and a lanky frame, Bidhan is still coping with youthful adolescence. Beneath that facade is a remarkable story. Bidhan, at the tender age of fifteen, is already in his senior year, ready to graduate in May an astonishing three years ahead of his peers, with a possible acceptance looming into the Ivy League school of his choice, Brown University.

A native of Nepal, Bidhan emigrated to the United States in 2021, along with his parents, Ram and Radha, and an older sister, Diya. Before he left his native country, he had already been accepted into its National Accelerated Neuroscience (NAN) program, having worked on it online and in person. NAN is tailored for high school students, with the intent of fostering scientific inquiry with advanced equipment and expert guidance.

He has developed a research proposal on “cannabidiols tenability in ameliorating neurological infirmities.” Simply put, Bidhan is part of the research on how the active ingredient in cannabis, found in the h**p plant, can promote the growth of new brain cells and reduce inflammation, improving the treatment for diseases such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, neuralgia (pain in the nerve pathways) and Dravet Syndrome.

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Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 02/08/2024

Congratulations to the fifteen student-athletes from Byron P. Steele High School, who signed their letters-of-intent to continue their scholastic and athletic endeavors at the collegiate level on National Signing Day, held this afternoon in the school auditorium.

Jonah Johnson- Basketball
Texas Lutheran University

Caleb Nash - Basketball
Lawrence University (Wisconsin)

Cameron Nash - Basketball
Lawrence University (Wisconsin)

Javon Toliver - Basketball
Trinity University

Noelani Ajel - Soccer/Basketball
Texas Lutheran University

Alia Gordon - Soccer
Northeast Community College (Mississippi)

Alana Gordon - Soccer
Northeast Community College (Mississippi)

Jaylen Jones - Football
UT-Rio Grande Valley

Abdon Mata - Football
UT-Rio Grande Valley

Deven Nixon - Football
UT-Rio Grande Valley

Daunte Spencer - Football
Cisco Junior College

Christian Fosbenner - Football
Trinity University

Jacob King - Football
East Central University (Oklahoma)

Adrien Mere - Football
Cornell College (Iowa)

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Videos (show all)

Outstanding students from Byron P. Steele II HS and Samuel Clemens HS are honored as School Board Student Representative...
The Samuel Clemens HS Buff Bakery had its grand opening and ribbon cutting today. Funded in large part by a grant from t...
Superintendent of Schools Paige Meloni begins her second day on the job with a friendly hello from Schertz Elementary Sc...
Welcome to Mrs. Paige Meloni who begins her tenure as the new Superintendent of Schools at Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City...
Dr. Clark Ealy was feted with a farewell reception this evening on his final day as Superintendent of Schools at Schertz...
January School Board Student Representatives
Congratulations to the Allison L. Steele Enhanced Learning Center fall graduates who celebrated their commencement cerem...
December 19, 2023 Student Board Representatives
Outstanding students from Byron P. Steele II HS and Samuel Clemens HS are honored as School Board Student Representative...
A snippet from the #VeteransDay program at Cibolo Valley Elementary School this morning. Area veterans in attendance, ac...
Outstanding students from Byron P. Steele II HS and Samuel Clemens HS are honored as School Board Student Representative...
September 19, 2023 Student Board Representatives

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1060 Elbel Road
Schertz, TX
78154
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