S and S Consolidated Independent School District
|S&S Consolidated Independent School District|
|Type and location|
|Grades||Pre-K through 12|
|Region||ESC Region 10|
|Students and staff|
|Athletic Conference||UIL Class AA|
|Colors||Red and Gold|
|Website||S&S Consolidated ISD|
The district serves the cities of Sadler and Southmayd as well as rural areas in west central Grayson County, and was formed by consolidation of prior districts with the first graduating class in 1961.
Though Sadler is the larger of the two towns, the first alphabetically, and the location of the administration building, the "S&S" does not necessarily mean "Sadler and Southmayd" – the district does not state which S stands for which community.
S&S Consolidated ISD has a total of three schools - two in Sadler and one in Southmayd.
- S&S Consolidated High (Grades 9-12, Sadler)
- S&S High won the UIL Current Issues and Events team competition for Class AA for 15 consecutive years (the streak was finally ended in 2009), winning eight individual state titles during this time. S&S regained the team title in 2010 and repeated (in a tie with Jim Ned) in 2011. In addition, S&S High has also won team titles in Literary Criticism (2002–2003, 2006–07, 2007–08, and 2008–09) as well as the 2003-04 individual titles in this event.
- S&S Consolidated Middle (Grades 6-8, Sadler)
- S&S Consolidated Elementary (Grades PK-5, Southmayd)
The School's yell is "NASCAR!"
The S&S High School Marching Band made history by competing in UIL Area marching contest and placing 6th overall in 2009. They also competed in UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest, and received a Title of "Sweepstakes Band A" in 2010. in the 2012 season the S&S Varsity football team came the closest its been to the playoffs since 1998. Former S&S Consolidated HS softball star [Haley Colwell] led Texas Woman's University to its first NCAA Division II Softball Super Regional competition and hit a NCAA-record (has been accomplished six times) two grand slam home runs in one inning in one inning March 4, 2013, in Denton, Texas, against Northeastern State.