Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)


Surrounding School Districts have already canceled Wed and even Thursday. Many without utilities and roads are still a mess. I dont see school buses transporting kids in this kind of mess.
Schlather Intermediate parents and guardians:
This is the last week to purchase a 20-21 yearbook for $25. January 30th the price increases. Supplies are very limited so once they are gone, they are gone. Click on the link below to order now!

How about making the Steele course catalog available on the landing page of your website!!!! I am trying to look up classes on my son's 4 year plan to see what they are and I can not find it anywhere on the site!!! Why are we expected to sign this document without having the class info readily available? This needs to be fixed!
Why has SCUC ISD failed to recognize the accomplishments of the Steele Knights Cheer team at the state UIL competition?
"FP (Legal)
The District shall adopt reasonable procedures for waiving a deposit or fee if a student or the student’s parent or guardian is unable to pay it. This policy shall be posted in a central location in each school facility, in the school policy manual, and in the student handbook." WHY ISN'T SCUCISD FOLLING THIS REQUIREMENT!
VERIFIED 10/10/20
990 2018 NOT ON IRS WEBSITE WAS DUE 11/15/19
Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Education Foundation
EIN 90-0350028
​Fiscal Year July 1 to June 30
501 C 3 Yes
990 2019 (July 1, 19 - June 30, 19) is due by Nov 15, 2020
990 2018 (July 1, 18 - June 30, 19) was due by Nov 15, 2019
​990 2017 (July 1, 17 - June 30, 18) Dated 3/10/18?? How can it be dated before the end of the fiscal year? ​When was it filed? Principal Officer Lolly Borgfeld
P.O. Box 291
Cibolo, TX 78108
Texas Taxpayer Number 32034747652
Mailing Address 1060 ELBEL RD SCHERTZ, TX 78154-2037
Right to Transact Business in Texas ACTIVE
State of Formation TX
Effective SOS Registration Date 02/19/2008
Texas SOS File Number 0800939467
Registered Agent Name BELINDA PUSTKA
Registered Office Street Address 1060 ELBEL ROAD SCHERTZ, TX 78154
Texas Exemptions
Franchise tax, as of 02-19-2008
Sales and use tax, as of 10-24-2009
Just wanted to let everyone I know that I retired this week after a wonderful 14 years at transportation.a great place to work!❤❤❤❤
Now that the kids are back in school where can we go to track and see the covid statistics surrounding the schools and hopefully at the school level?
Can you tell me when information regarding the USDA’s decision for free meals to all students will be sent out?
Anyone able to purchase football tickets on ticketracker
can anyone help with locating my freshman email? Everyone keeps saying we created one but neither of us remember doing it and looking back through our emails there is nothing.

This is the official SCUCISD page that launched on June 16, 2011. 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. For more information, visit Administrative offices for the district are located at 1060 Elbel Road, across the street from Clemens High School in Schertz. Regular board meetings are usually held at 6 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at the central

Operating as usual


The SCUC ISD Educator Job Fair is underway this morning at Samuel Clemens High School!

Prospective educators have the opportunity to "Meet & Greet" principals from every district campus and interview for a position.

Jobs will be offered today to qualified applicants. The event runs through noon. Come work for a fast-growth district that still maintains its small town feel.

Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 05/07/2022

is done in style at Byron P. Steele HS as the school & organizations such as HOSA, DECA, Dance & sports pick up the tab for meals throughout the week!

Photos: TJ Mitchell

Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 05/06/2022

As Teacher Appreciation Week draws to a close, we would like to recognize two individuals who took roads less traveled to enter the classroom, both at Schlather Intermediate School.

Edward Jones, a sixth grade social studies teacher drove a SCUC ISD school bus after retiring from the military, while Kip Coulter, a fifth grade math teacher, worked as a school custodian and later in the district warehouse.

Today, they are making a difference in the classroom, imparting lessons drawn from their vision and perseverance.



Happy School Lunch Hero Day!

We thank you for your dedication and loyalty to feed our students with a servant heart.
You have worked through many difficult challenges this year and we recognize you for the hard work you accomplish every day.

We honor and recognize YOU today as our heroes for Child Nutrition.


SCUCISD is looking to honor district graduates who have recently earned their college degrees. Please send a photo, name of college or university, level of degree and major of any student who has graduated from Samuel Clemens High School, Byron P. Steele, II High School or Allison L. Steele Enhanced Learning Center in the Google Form provided:

You can also email information & photos to: [email protected]

The information will be posted on the district’s social media pages (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram).


Dear SCUC community,
Here is an joint communique from Amy Sirizzotti, principal at Samuel Clemens High School, and Sergeant Trevino of the Schertz Police Department regarding the threats made on social media last night:

We wanted to share at this time we do not have any new information on the validity of the Instagram profile post created last night. The phony Instagram account was created with the sole purpose of disrupting the school day by making a terroristic threat against Clemens High School. That account was deleted very soon afterwards.

The San Antonio FUSION center has been coordinating efforts with the Schertz police department in this active investigation to identify the individual responsible for the posts. SCUC ISD and Schertz Police Department are committed to locating the source of this threat and dealing with those responsible to the fullest extent of our abilities.

Midday today, text messages and social media posts from some of our students and eventually others in the community began spreading rumors and unsubstantiated information that resulted in a greater sense of fear and discomfort. The information shared in these posts this afternoon was either grossly inaccurate or a misinterpretation of other events.

SCUC ISD, partnering with our local law enforcement authorities, will always be the official source of information regarding these issues. False information results in unneeded additional emotional distress and has a negative impact on instruction as well.

The most important mission of the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District is to provide a safe and secure environment for all of our students and staff. Working together as a community of students, parents, and school personnel we can end this disruption of learning.

Please notify school and district leaders as well as the police if you are aware of any threat or hear something that makes you feel unsafe. If you see something, say something.


Photos from Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUCISD)'s post 05/05/2022

The Schertz Cibolo Lions Club Scholarship application deadline is Monday, May 9, 2022. The one-time scholarship award may be used for tuition, fees or expenses for any full-time post-secondary institution of higher learning. Acceptable institutions include traditional two or four-year colleges or universities accredited by a state, regional or national agency, or an educational, vocational, or technical training program of at least one year in duration.

Typically, scholarships of up to $1,000.00 have been awarded on a competitive basis. To be eligible, students must: 1) be currently enrolled high school seniors (including home-schooled students), 2) have a graduation date in May/June 2022, 3) reside or attend school in Schertz or Cibolo, and 4) complete the documents specified below.



Update from Amy Sirizzotti, principal at Samuel Clemens High School.


We are excited to announce that SCUC ISD, along with The City of Cibolo, will be offering Student Intern/Employment Summer Opportunities to Current SCUC ISD High School Students that are at least 16 years of age.

For more information about the intern/employment opportunities visit our district website at


SCUC ISD and the Schertz Police Department are aware of an unspecified threat made earlier this evening. Below is a message that has gone out to the Samuel Clemens High School community from Mrs. Amy Sirizzotti, school principal.

Good evening Clemens High School Community,

We have been alerted to an Instagram profile post that was created and since deleted alluding to possible violence on the campus of Clemens HS tomorrow.

Schertz Police Department is actively working with state and regional law enforcement agencies to identify the individuals responsible for creating the profile and to determine the credibility of the content of the post.

Thank you to all of the students who reached out to make our faculty aware of the situation so that we can keep our campus safe.

If you or your child has any information regarding this post, please contact the Schertz Police Department or your child’s administrator.

In an abundance of caution, Schertz PD will have additional officers on campus tomorrow.

As we get more information about this post we will share it with you.


Amy Sirizzotti
Principal, Clemens HS


SCUC ISD Trustees approved the recommendation of Sarah Dauphinais as the new Executive Director of Elementary Education at the called meeting held on May 3, 2022. Ms. Dauphinais is currently the principal at Laura Ingalls Wilder Elementary School, a position she has held since 2013. She will assume her new duties on July 1, 2022.

“I am beyond excited to accept this new role and responsibility,” Dauphinais said. “ Leading the elementary and intermediate campuses to ensure our children, families and staff feel a true sense of belonging and help our children find their life passion is my mission.” She adds she is grateful for the opportunity to serve in a school district with the reputation of SCUC. “It was a blessing to my life when I joined the district in 2009. I was blessed to become the principal at Wilder in 2013. I am beyond blessed to become the Executive Director of Elementary Education.”

Dauphinais began her career as an elementary school teacher in Spring Branch ISD before teaching for 7 years in the Judson ISD, including second, third and fourth grade levels. She then became the campus Curriculum and Instructional Specialist for three years. She spent a year as the district’s Federal Programs and Grants Administrator prior to arriving at SCUC ISD.

Three years as assistant principal at Schlather Intermediate School and one year at Jordan Intermediate School in the same role led to Dauphinais assuming the principal position at Wilder in 2013.

Dauphinais has a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with Specializations in Reading and English from the University of Houston and a master degree in Educational Administration from Concordia University. She is married and has three adult children and a variety of pets.


SCUC ISD Board Trustees approved the recommendation of Ms. Mary “Beth” Bronk as the new Director of Fine Arts during the called meeting held on May 3, 2022. She will succeed Mike Lipe, who has announced his retirement at the end of the school year.

"I am honored and excited to join SCUC as the next Director of Fine Arts!” Bronk said. “I would like to recognize the great work of current Director Mike Lipe, and I value the strong support for the arts already in place.”

Ms. Bronk is currently the Associate Professor and Director of Bands at Texas Lutheran University (TLU). During that time, she led the band, pep band, and brass quintet performances; presented at state, national and international conferences; taught courses to aspiring music teachers; and served as Chair of the Faculty Association to name just a few of her many accomplishments. Bronk has also earned numerous awards including the Texas Bandmasters Association Meritorious Achievement Award in 2022, an award given to just 3 individuals each year for significant contributions to music education throughout their career.

Prior to her tenure at TLU, Bronk spent 18 years serving as music director, teacher, supervisor and administrator at Lampasas ISD and New Braunfels ISD.

Bronk has a Bachelor’s degree in Music from the University of Texas, a Master’s degree from the University of North Texas, and is currently working on her Doctorate through Columbia University in New York City.

Her official duties will begin on July 1, 2022 but Ms. Bronk plans to visit SCUC ISD prior to July as she helps continue the district’s tradition of excellence in the Fine Arts. “I look forward to helping lead the district in its vision for all students in areas of the arts."

Videos (show all)

Samuel Clemens HS Fine Arts presents "Annie"
Samuel Clemens HS Fine Arts presents "Annie"
Samuel Clemens HS Commencement
Byron P. Steele HS Commencement




Our future leaders - more than 13,000 PreKindergarten-12th grade students



1060 Elbel Rd
Schertz, TX

Other Public Schools in Schertz (show all)
Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate
806 Savannah Dr
Schertz, 78154

This is the Official page for Laura Ingalls Wilder Intermediate. It is manged by the administrative team at Wilder

Ray D. Corbett Junior High School Ray D. Corbett Junior High School
12000 Ray Corbett Dr
Schertz, 78154

Official page for Ray D. Corbett Junior High School in Schertz, Texas

SCUCISD's TxConnect SCUCISD's TxConnect
1060 Elbel Road
Schertz, 78154

txConnect is a comprehensive tool for parents to register their student(s), receive information on grades/attendance and so much more! Once established, your account remains active as long as you have a student enrolled in SCUCISD.

Rose Garden Elementary Rose Garden Elementary
10414 EAST FM 1518 NORTH
Schertz, 78154

We are proud Owls! Our school is a Pre Kindergarden to 4th grade campus. We love Rose Garden!

Samuel Clemens High School Mighty Buffalo Band Samuel Clemens High School Mighty Buffalo Band
1001 Elbel Rd
Schertz, 78154

Communication tool for the Samuel Clemens High School Band

Founders Classical Academy of Schertz Founders Classical Academy of Schertz
8453 E. FM 1518
Schertz, 78154

Founders Classical Academy - Schertz is a tuition-free public charter school.

SCUCISD's Great Conversation SCUCISD's Great Conversation
Schertz, 78154

SCUCISD wants to engage everyone in the community it serves in a conversation around what the disctrict has done well, how it is currently serving.