• Valentine Sweetheart Pageant

    Thursday, February 9, 2017 Read More..

  • Jump Rope for Heart 2017

    Jump Rope for Heart campaign begins January 23, 2017 – February 3, 2017! Read More..

  • Merry Christmas from ASP staff

    Merry Christmas from After School Program staff Read More..

  • Community Health Fair

    ASP Community Health Fair Read More..

  • National Honors Award

    Congratulations are in order for the AGL Longhorn Student Council! Read More..

  • Texas Public Schools Week is Here!

    This year’s theme is “It’s a Texas Tradition” ! Please read on to see our planned activities! Read More..

  • Hour of Code

    #HourofCode Read More..

  • Holiday Extravaganza

    Friday December 4th, students were rewarded for their fantastic behavior throughout the 6 weeks. Good job Longhorns! Keep up the good work!!!! Read More..

  • Burial of “Dead” Words

    Today all fourth graders attended a funeral of “words” that will no longer be used in their writing assignments. Read More..

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Information

2016-2017 Student Handbook

Federal Report Card

School Report Card

Events

Jump Rope for Heart 2017

Jump Rope for Heart campaign begins January 23, 2017 – February 3, 2017!

Hour of Code

#HourofCode

Holiday Extravaganza

Friday December 4th, students were rewarded for their fantastic behavior throughout the 6 weeks. Good job Longhorns! Keep up the good work!!!!

Burial of “Dead” Words

Today all fourth graders attended a funeral of “words” that will no longer be used in their writing assignments.

Contact Information

phone 956-276-5055

msg Virginia Romero
vromero@sbcisd.net

san Angela G. Leal Elem.
33356 FM 732
San Benito, TX 78586

Hours of Operation:
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

About Angela G. Leal

Angela Gerusa Leal was born on January 5, 1923 to the late Judge Joe E. and Rosa Weaver Gerusa.  She was the second youngest of four daughters born to the judge and his wife.  She was privileged in that her father was a successful farmer and a justice of the peace, which afforded him the ability to build their home.  Furthermore, the Gerusa family owned two Model T’s, along with a generator for light, and they had the first telephone in Los Indios.