Dr.  Steven Saldivar

Superintendent

Superintendent-

Dr. Steven Saldivar

Dr. Steven Saldivar has been the Superintendent for Anthony ISD since 2013.  He has 27 years of experience in education.  Dr. Saldivar received his Bachelor of Science degree from Sul Ross State University in 1991, his Master of Education degree from the University of Houston @ Victoria in 2002 and his Doctor of Education degree from Texas Tech University in 2012.

 

Dr. Saldivar has been a Spanish teacher, has coached various sports, been a high school principal and has also served as an assistant superintendent. He is now completing his 10th year as a superintendent.

 

Dr. Saldivar is married to Becky Saldivar who is the middle school counselor at AISD.  He has 3 children, Zack lives in San Angelo, Addy attends UTEP and Lexi attends Anthony High School.

 

Dr. Saldivar believes that education is the great equalizer that opens doors to a bright future for all kids.  When students apply themselves and work hard toward their goals, anything is possible.  School is here to help them achieve greatness and guide them toward a successful life.

Leadership Team Goals

 

Team Goal: As a Leadership Team, we will foster a culture of innovation, collegiality,

high expectations, accountability, integrity, and ethical leadership through a positive

climate that values shared decision making.

 

Community Goal: The Anthony ISD Leadership Team will create a positive

environment to reach and involve the community in planning, developing, and

celebrating student and staff successes.

 

District Goal: The Leadership Team will support the district mission through shared

governance, in order to provide continuous improvement and a positive

teaching/learning environment.

 

"A warm smile is the universal language of kindness."

-William Arthur Ward

 

Armida Martinez

Superintendent Secretary

Public Information Requests

 

The Texas Public Information Act gives the public the right to request access to or copies of information maintained by public entities.

 

Although the act makes most information maintained by public entities available to the public, some exceptions exist.  If an exception might apply and the governmental body wishes to withhold the information, the governmental body must, within 10 business days of receiving the public information request, refer the matter to the Office of the Attorney General for a ruling.

 

For detailed information on the act and access to the Public Information Handbook from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG), please click  www.oag.state.tx.us to access the OAG Web site.

 

The public is encouraged to visit this site when contemplating a request for information from the Anthony Independent School District. For more information, please call either (915) 886-6506.