Attention Parents: The Special Programs Family Conference is coming up. This is an excellent opportunity for you to get information about how to help advance your student's academic achievements. Click here for more information. See below for registration form in Spanish and English.
English Save-the-Date Form
Spanish Save-the-Date form
Texan Proud! Our very own, Mr. Segrist, had an article published in the Social Studies Texan earlier this year. He will be presenting his article at the Texas Council for the Social Studies Conference in Forth Worth, Tx. For more information on his article, click here.
Click Sam Rayburn High School JROTC to see our students presenting Colors at the Texan's game!
What is grit? Do you have it? Can you get it?
"Every child needs to encounter frustration and failure to learn to step back, reassess, and TRY AGAIN."
- Thomas Hoerr
What is grit?
Grit is your ability to persevere through hardships, rejection, and any obstacle you may encounter in life. Research shows that talent and intelligence are not predictors of future success, rather "grit" has proven to be a more accurate indicator of achievement.
Do you have grit?
When faced with a challenge, do you take it head on? Do you give up after a few tries? When one has grit, they have the mental and emotional capacity to see a task through no matter how many challenges they encounter along the way.
How do you get grit?
Grit is not determined by genetics. A person can learn or train to have grit.
Click here for an article on training to have grit.
What does grit look like? Watch this video.
Congratulations to our 2014-2015 Recipients!
Teacher of the Year: Lt. Col. Alan Mooneyham
New Teacher of the Year: Carlos Marquina
Paraprofessional of the Year: Cecilia Rivera
Together We Can Recipient: TJ Hoffman
From left to right: TJ Hoffman, Lt. Col. Alan Mooneyham, Carlos Marquina, Cecilia Rivera
Oprah Winfrey laughs with poet Maya Angelou in Chicago, May 17, 2011.
We will provide an optimum learning environment in which students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become self-directed, responsible citizens who are college and career ready.
"Be the change you want to see in the world."