Please contact the middle and high school offices beginning on July 25th to schedule a new student registration appointment. Registration appointments will occur from July 29th through August 2nd. The contact number for the high school office is (210) 368-8733 and the contact number for the middle school is (210) 368- 8729.
The Texas Assessment Student Portal provides students and parents with online access to state assessment scores that can be tracked throughout the student's academic career. Results for most state assessments administered during the school year are available before the end of the year. Tests administered in May are generally posted to the Portal by mid-June. Instructions on how to access student test results are available by clicking the headline above.
The Summer Workout Program is a strength and conditioning program that is not sport specific. The program includes weights, running, and agility.
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The Fort Sam Houston Independent School District is soliciting for nominees to be considered for 2 openings on the Board of Trustees. The positions must be filled by either a military member or civilian living on or employed by Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. To qualify for the board, a volunteer must be 18 years of age or older, a U.S. citizen, and a qualified voter. Trustees will take an official oath of office and serve without compensation. Interested applicants must submit a resume no later than 5 p.m., June 28, 2019 to the School Liaison Officer at 2380 Stanley Road, Building 124, Room 102. For more information, call (210) 221-2214 or 221-2256
Six months ago, National Public Radio (NPR) challenged schools across the nation to get creative and produce podcasts for a national competition. Mrs. Garatoni took the challenge and her PreAP English II classes put on their broadcasting hats and got to work. On Tuesday, May 14th, NPR featured some of the high school podcast finalists in a piece on NPR’s evening news show, All Things Considered. Out of over 25,000 entries, Cole’s entry “Growing Up Military” was picked as a finalist and snippet of it was featured on the show. 10th graders Garrett Barnard, Joseph Huisken, and Julian Longoria created the podcast. It was very well received by NPR and is an accurate and thoughtful look at what it is like to be a military child. Way to go Cougars!
(Click the headline above for links to the “All Things Considered” Show and to the podcast in its entirety.)
The 2019-2020 Non-Resident Transfer Online Application is now open.
Please complete the online application for each of your children at the following link:
Caution: Application website is firewalled when using a Government computer.
For questions or concerns please call Rachel Munoz at 210-368-8725.