PRESIDENT: CHRISTOPHER & MICHAEL MARTINEZ VICE PRESIDENT: STORMY GARZA TREASURER: ANDREA CERECEDO SECRETARY: CRISTIAN FIGUEROA PARLIAMENTARIAN:PAULA CRUZ HISTORIAN: NICOLE HARVEY
JOIN PTA- OUR GOAL IS 100% MEMBERSHIP STUDENT OF THE MONTH APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE OCTOBER IS DRUG FREE WEEK-RED RIBBON OCTOBER 22- ASSIST WITH CAMPUS BBQ NOVEMBER 8 TH - PTSA GENERAL MEETING 6;30 NOVEMBER IS STUDENT CANNED FOOD DRIVE DECEMBER IS STUDENT COATS/JACKETS DRIVE FEBRUARY 7 TH - PTSA GENERAL MEETING 6:30 MARCH IS STUDENT PULL TABS DRIVE APRIL 17 TH - PTSA GENERAL MEETING 6:30 APRIL STARLIGHT DANCE:PENDING APRIL STUDENT BOOK DRIVE MAY STUDENT CANNED FOOD DRIVE MAY END OF THE YEAR CELEBRATION WE ARE LOOKING FOR A PTSA FUNDRAISER FOR THIS YEAR. MORE TO COME…..
PRESENTATION OF THE MINUTES FROM LAST MEETING PRESENTATION OF THE TREASURER’S REPORT OLD BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS MEETING ADJOURN PRINCIPAL’S ADDRESS
MS. A. PAXTON-SANCHEZ WELCOME INTRODUCTIONS- NEW AP AND COUNSELOR GUIDELINE DISCUSSION INFORMATION PRESENTATION OF TONIGHT’S SESSIONS ADJOURNMENT TO ECHS FOR DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS
Students are required to attend all scheduled classes, support classes, and study halls everyday. Failure to do so is truancy. Traditional classes: up to 8 min. Tardy Block classes: up to 15 min. Tardy Upperclassmen need to be in school the state mandated amount of time even if they are full time TSTC students. (4hours) Section: 25.093 of the Texas Education Code, Parent Contributing to nonattendance Section: 25.094 of the Texas Education Code, Failure to Attend School Attendance is taken daily for Juniors and Seniors who are full time, in their support or study hall class. Dress code must be followed: no flesh showing holes in jeans, skirts and dresses no higher than 3 inches above the knee, no hats worn in campus buildings, no facial piercings, facial hair must be cut, no excessive hair color that is distractive, no low cut blouses/shirts
TSTC cafeteria is only available to Juniors and Seniors Students are to watch for plagiarism Please discuss homework completion and quality Reading encouraged daily no less than 30 mins. Breakfast club available daily 7:15-8:15 a.m. After school tutorials available until 5:00 Accuplacer: cost $5 per section tested Wed. after school. Must be Accuplacer compliant by end of Soph. yr. 8:00 TSTC classes 4 min. passing time between classes Fresh. & Soph. tissues and hand sanitizer to ELA or SS teacher by next Friday
School BBQ Saturday Oct. 22 nd. Please call our office to volunteer. (times are 10-12:30 and 12:00-2:30 We are also looking for the following donations: soft drinks, ice, ice chests. All money raised goes back to our student activities throughout the year and teacher educational needs. Senior funds will go directly to their EOY trip. Beach clean up Sept 24 th Robotics club every Sat with competition on Oct. 29 th. School basketball game B&G club PSAT Oct 12 th. Pesina SAT/ACT registration underway see Pesina District wide conference Nov. 5th Talent Show Nov. 25 th Volunteer hour opportunities are listed on our announcement board at ECHS
TSTC registration for our students is just as it is for all college students. Never guaranteed. Please make sure your student follows up on their registration procedures: Reg. permit. Accuplacer score cleared, courses make, times are not conflicting, all registration paperwork in to Dual enrollment and admissions. Getting bumped from a class or having a class cancel can drastically change a student’s graduation plan. Parent Access Center Letter for Parents- Pesina New spring schedule structure to accommodate the EOC and TAKS assessments will be taking place. Volunteer hour opportunities coming up in December and May at local elementary schools. Looking for career day speakers and presenters. Contact our counselor. Please leave your email with us tonight so you can have e-mail information sent to you. Web, marquee, district page, newspaper, notices home, facebook, e-mail newsletter
Significant Legislation to go in effect sp/12. Recent state legislation now requires that TSTC Harlingen receive Bacteria Meningitis vaccination records for all new sp/2012 students or for those students who have a break in enrollment for a semester.
Basket ball B&G Club Lakers & Grizzlies 9/21 5:10 LG & 5:50 9/26 6:30 LG & 5:50 9/28 5:10 & 6:30 10/3 5:50 10/5 5:50 & 5:50 LG 10/10 6:30 & 5:10 LG 10/12 5:10 & 5:50 LG 10/17 5:50 & 5:50 10/19 5:10 & 5:50 LG
Robotics competition Saturday Oct. 29 th TSTC field house.
DEPARTMENTS WILL BE MEETING WITH PARENTS IN GRADE LEVEL GROUPS. FRESHMEN WILL BEGIN WITH ELA GUIDED BY: MRS. MORTON RM 103 THEN (102, 104, SL1) SOPHOMORES WILL BEGIN WITH SOCIAL STUDIES GUIDED BY: MRS. FISHER 102 THEN (104, SL1, 103) JUNIORS WILL BEGIN WITH MATHEMATICS GUIDED BY: MR. KLEIN 104 THEN (SL1, 103, 102) SENIORS WILL MEET IN THE COMMUNITY CENTER GUIDED BY: MS. PESINA ( 20 MIN. PRESENTATION-SENIOR PARENT NIGHT OCT 6 TH ) DEPARTMENT SESSIONS WILL LAST 10 MINUTES. FOR PERSONAL QUESTIONS PLEASE ARRANGE A MEETING WITH YOUR STUDENT’S TEACHER. ELECTIVES: SPANISH WILL BE WITH ELA AND PE WILL BE WITH MATHEMATICS