CommunicationsWelcome to the award-winning Office of Communications at Harlandale ISD. We are committed to serve as the communication link for Harlandale ISD and the community. The department’s staff promotes the district’s students, staff and programs by disseminating news releases, photography and videos to local media outlets. In addition, it assists in providing content on the district’s web site. The department also produces external and internal communications and information to the district’s various stakeholders.
The Office of Communications also oversees and handles all media requests with San Antonio’s media outlets. The department also organizes a number of district-wide special events throughout the year and promotes original stories.
You can send news and events to Communications with our Share Your Story Form.
When the Texas Legislature is in session, the department monitors pending legislation that will have an impact on education.
The department also assists the Harlandale ISD Education Foundation and works closely with the district’s business partners.
The Communications Office is also responsible for managing and responding to all open records requests via the Public Information Act. Community relations and media relations are a top priority as well.
We are located inside the Raymond Dickey III Administration Building, 102 Genevieve, San Antonio, Texas 78214.
News Line : 210.989.4473
Public Information Requests
Public Information Requests must be submitted to the Harlandale ISD Communications Department and/or the Office of the Superintendent located at 102 Genevieve, San Antonio, TX 78214.
Public Information Requests may be submitted through the following:
- Written Notification
- Via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
After you have submitted a public information request, the requested information will be promptly gathered for you. However, Harlandale ISD has the right to take up to ten business days to produce the requested information. If the requested information cannot be produced within ten business days, the public information officer will notify you in writing of the reasonable date and time when it will be available.