As of the second 6 weeks, 30% of freshmen are failing at least one class!

TO ENSURE FRESHMEN STAY ON TRACK TO GRADUATE IN 4 YEARS:

Angleton High School will not only continue to offer morning and afternoon tutorials, but will offer mandatory lunch tutorials for students with failing grades.

A failing grade is anything below a 70.

In order to become a 10th grader (sophomore) freshmen need 6 credits.

Each semester a half credit is earned for each class with a grade of at least a 70.

We want to instill in students that anything worth doing is worth doing well the first time so as to avoid losing social time to make up classwork.

IMPORTANT:Students that fail to attend assigned after school or lunch tutorials will be counted as absent and these absences will count with attendance for court purposes.

The new tutorials will begin second semester January 6, 2015.

Parents,

Do you have access to SKYWARD?  Please call us at the HS to find out how you can keep track of your student’s grades, attendance and discipline.  979-864-8001 Ext. 7221

 

Questions? Call Associate Principal, Mary Griffith at 979-864-8001 EXT. 7265



ACADEMIC HONOR CODE

PRINCIPLES OF HONOR FOR THE ANGLETON ISD COMMUNITY

Trustworthiness

  • Be honest. 
  • Do the right thing even when no one is looking.

Responsibility

  • Do your part to create an honest community.
  • Be accountable for your own words and actions.

Respect

  • Treat others the way you want to be treated. 
  • Show respect for yourself and others.

Fairness

  • Present your own work. 
  • Give credit for all sources.

Caring

  • Be kind and compassionate. 
  • Value learners and learning.

Citizenship

  • Encourage honor in others.
  • Support the common good for our community.


Introducing Talk About It …….

 

As a reflection of our school’s commitment to fostering a safer, more comfortable learning environment for students and faculty, we are proud to introduce a new program called Talk About It.

 

 

Talk About It is the nation’s first and only anonymous online messaging service.  It is a preventative solution focused on bridging the communication gap between students and faculty to create a place where teachers can teach and students can learn.

 

  • Opens the channel and frequency of communications between student and faculty

 

  • Fosters a safer and more comfortable learning environment

 

  • Provides students with a mechanism to reach out to adults and anonymously report problems

 

  • Builds positive connections between students and faculty members

 

  • Resolves student problems in a safe, efficient and timely manner

 

  • Allows students to assist in creating and maintaining a safe school environment

 

Today, thousands of students in more than 300 elementary, middle and high schools across the United States rely on Talk About It to report problems and incidents ranging from bullying, gangs, threats of violence, suicide and cheating to drug and alcohol abuse, pregnancy, depression, stress, physical abuse, self-mutilation and sexual harassment.

 

How to Log In:

To help your child log in to the Talk About It service, please go to talk.schoolmessenger.com and click on the “Login” link at the top right corner of the web page. If you should need further assistance, please e-mail a customer support representative at talk@schoolmessenger.com.


 



Jerry Crowell:  Principal

Mary Griffith: Associate Principal

Bobby Adamson: Lead Counselor

Heather Dodge: Dual/Concurrent Counselor

Rebecca Reyes: College Advisor

   

Assistant Principals

               Counselors
Stephanie Ramirez: A-D  Christina Noriega Ruiz: A-D 
Christina Todd: E-K Lina Ramirez: E-K
Felissa Anderson: L-Ri Rachel Dyal: L-Ri
Jay Janzcak: Ro-Z  

Page Friudenberg: Ro-Z

 

 


1 Campus Drive  .  Angleton, TX. 77515  .  Phone 979-864-8001  .  Fax 979-848-9865


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