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A drive-by parade for San Marcos Consolidated ISD teachers of the year and retirees took place outside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium on Wednesday. Above, family, friends and SMCISD staff drive by the afternoon’s honorees. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo

San Marcos CISD celebrates teachers of the year, retirees with parade

San Marcos Consolidated ISD’s teachers of the year and retirees were recently honored with a drive-by parade at San Marcos High School.

Mayor, SMCISD Superintendent highlight State of the City

Above, San Marcos Consolidated ISD Superintendent Michael Cardona speaks at the State of the City luncheon hosted by San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Mayor, SMCISD Superintendent highlight State of the City

San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson and San Marcos Consolidated ISD Superintendent Michael Cardona highlighted the San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual State of the City luncheon.

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San Marcos Consolidated ISD plans to vaccinate eligible students against COVID-19 in the near future. Above, members of the SMCISD Board of Trustees speak during their meeting Monday night. Screenshot via SMCISD Board of Trustees meeting video

San Marcos CISD aims to offer COVID-19 vaccines to eligible students

San Marcos Consolidated ISD plans to offer COVID-19 vaccines to eligible students in the near future. 

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San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Superintendent Michael Cardona explained the district’s decision to bring all students back to campus during their agenda preparation meeting Monday. Daily Record file photo

Mental health crisis brings students back

San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Superintendent Michael Cardona explained the district’s decision to bring all students back to campus during their agenda preparation meeting Mon

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San Marcos Consolidated ISD students are expected to return to their respective campuses, unless already medically exempt, beginning April 12. Daily Record file photo

San Marcos CISD students expected back to in-person learning by mid-April

San Marcos Consolidated ISD students are expected to return to their respective campuses, unless already medically exempt, beginning April 12. 

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