Bertha Sadler Means Young Women's Leadership Academy

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Because Sadler Means YWLA participates in the Community Eligibility Provision Program, or Provision 2, your family is automatically eligible to apply for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to b

Dear Austin ISD student,

 

We hope you are doing well and staying healthy.

Check out the flyers below to get all the details about our Promotion Parade on May 27th from 9-11am.  Please be sure to review this information before attending the parade, so that we may keep our community safe and celebrating!

Staying Sharp Over the Summer!

Austin ISD is here to serve you.

AISD Families are encouraged to participate in our conversation circles regarding our changing school district. Voice your opinion about the Austi

Did you know that today is El Dia Del Niño (Children's Day)?

It's time to complete your choice sheets for the 2020-2021 school year!  For all incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, young leaders have the opportunity to voice which classes they'd like to participate in for the upcoming school year.  This ownership on your learning creates an academic passport

Following new guidelines from the Texas Department of Agriculture, Austin ISD will resume distributing weekend meals Friday, April 24. 

Bertha Sadler Means YWLA would like to acknowledge, congratulate and thank the following people: 

During this time of social distancing, Bertha Sadler Means YWLA wants to stay connected with you digitally!  Our first recomendation of ways to stay connected comes from Kimberly Shaheen, from our Community in Schools team.  

At this week’s Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in Dallas, eight out of nine Sadler Means students placed on stage. Four will be heading to the National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. in May.

The Sadler Means Turnaround Plan is ready for community input.  As a member of our educational community, we invite you to contribute to this process by reading the plan and providing feedback.  The PDF of the Turnaround Plan is listed below.  After reviewing the document, we invite you to share

This year, students at Bertha Sadler Means Young Women’s Leadership Academy will have an updated dress code. All students will be expected to wear black and/or white shoes, black or khaki pants, shorts, or a skirt, and a collared shirt.

New to our school is specifics per grade level:

As we start a new year here at Bertha Sadler Means Young Women's Leadership Academy, we want all our students to be able to succeed and have the supplies they need! In order to be successful from the start this year, students will need the items on this 2019-2020 Supply List.

Sadler Means YWLA has been selected as one of fifty middle schools t

Please refer to this year's supply list and make sure that your student returns to school on August 20 equipped for success!

Welcome back for another year of learning and sisterhood at Sadler Means Young Women's Leadership Academy. 

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