Robert G. Cole High School

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We have some amazing teens, individuals and families who volunteer in our JBSA community. Now's your chance to spotlight their contributions and recognize their selfless service by nominating them for the Volunteer of the Year Award or Volunteer Excellence Award. All nominations must be submitted by March 23 for the April 18th JBSA Volunteer Awards Ceremony. Nomination packets and instructions can be found online by clicking the headline above.
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Free Job Fair For Students

Are you looking for a summer job or volunteer opportunity? On March 1, there will be an information session helping student prepare for an interview. Those who attend have the opportunity to meet potential employers on March 2nd. Please read the attached flyer (available by licking the headline above). All interested must register by the RSVP date.
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Free Time Management Seminar

The elementary school is hosting monthly parent workshops presented by the Family Life Educators from the JBSA Resiliency Center. On February 28th, the focus workshop is Time Management for Parents and Children. Bring a lunch, grab a snack and join us! This is open to anyone. Click the headline above for the flier.
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FSHISD Seeking Board Members

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
• U.S. citizen
• Qualified voter

Trustees will take an official oath of office and serve without compensation. Interested applicants must submit a resume no later than 5:00 p.m., February 28, 2018 to the School Liaison Officer at 2484 Stanley Road, Building 2263 Room 107B, Basement.

For more information, call (210) 221-2214 or 221-2256
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NMSI Grant Partnership Update

Cole Math, Science, and English Advanced Placement classes are supported by the National Math & Science initiative. Click the link to see the benefits of the program and future grant activities.
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The Robert G. Cole High School JROTC cadets have earned the highest score ever on their recent accreditation inspection. The cadets scored 199 points out of a possible 200, earning them an unprecedented 99.5%. The cadets worked extremely hard and their level of execution was simply beyond exceptional in all aspects.
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