Senior Cougar Chatter

May 6, 2021

RUMOR ALERT: "I don't NEED to pass ALL my class in order to graduate" THIS IS NOT TRUE!!

This is a FALSE statement! Seniors MUST pass ALL Required classes with a grade average of 70 or above for both Semester 1 and Semester 2.

RUMOR ALERT: "Attendance DOES NOT count this year"


The 90% rule is still in effect this year. Assistant Principals will make a plan with students who fall below the 90% rule.

Turning in your work and having a grade average of 70 or above is the primary goal.

Reach out to your counselors, Amy Rogers, Michael Quintana, or your assistant principal, Cynthia Julian for support.


We are getting close to graduation, and we are so proud of the Class of 2021!

This has been a challenging year and we are excited to start celebrating with you! Please look below for details on the upcoming events and start planning to have some fun! Make sure that you are passing all your classes needed for graduation (all core and needed electives). If you have any questions about which classes are needed for graduation, please reach out to your counselor (Michael Quintana or Amy Rogers) or your Assistant Principal (Cynthia Julian).

Congratulations Class of 2021! Get ready to walk across that stage!!!!

Future Important Dates:

May 3-May 27th: AP Exams

May 7th: Science Credit Recovery

May 7th: TSI testing

May 8th: Prom 2021 (flyer below)

May 10th: Senior Family Meeting

May 11th-May 14th: STAAR EOC

May 19th: STAAR EOC 100% Remote & Asynchronous Learning

May 20th: STAAR EOC 100% Remote & Asynchronous Learning

May 22nd: Graduation Parade @ Crockett parking lot (11:00am-1:00pm)

May 25th: Senior Finals-Period 5 & 6

May 26th: Senior Finals-Period 3 & 4

May 27th: 9-12th grade Finals-Period 7 & 8

May 28th: 9-12th grade Finals-Period 1 & 2 (Early Release)

May 31st: Student & Staff Holiday-Memorial Day

June 1st: Graduation Practice

June 3rd: Revised: Crockett Graduation @ Burger Center (9:00am)

June 3rd: Last day of classes

Revised: Crockett Vertical Team 2020-2021 School Calendar

Seniors: Failing a Core Class that is required for Graduation?

Come to campus to gain credit. See Credit Recovery dates below.

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Are you bringing a Prom date?!

Seniors who are planning to bring a date to the prom that does not attend Crockett MUST fill out the Prom Date Information Form. I have requested that this form be put on BLEND, but until that happens, I am sharing the form with you to share with your Seniors if you get a chance.

Thanks for your help!

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Purchase your Prom Tickets Here

Note: To purchase Prom tickets you must add your Senior student when registering your account.

Having problems buying your Prom ticket...

because you accidentally only bought one and needed to buy TWO tickets, contact Ms. Coro at

Do you have picture of your Prom Prosal?!

If you do, send it to Ms. Sauceda at
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Huston-Tillotson University Scholarship Deadline Extended to May 15th

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Did you go to Cowan Elementary?

Crockett Seniors,

If you are a senior that went to Cowan Elementary, please check out the information below and send the requested items their way so you can be celebrated!

We want to celebrate our COYOTE alum! Please help us get the word out!

SENIORS (high school AND college),

please follow the instructions to upload your video here:

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Seniors we need your Chromebooks!

Your Chromebooks, Chargers, and Hotspots will need to be returned after you have completed all of your schoolwork for the year. We need these devices for incoming Freshmen in the fall! Please be diligent about returning the devices no matter what condition they are in so as not to complicate your graduation plans or to have yourself placed on an obligations list. We are planning to make the afternoon of Friday, May 28th available for you to return your device easily but feel free to return them early to Mr. Morgan in Room 201 or to Ms. Snyder in the counselor’s office if you are able.

Senior Shout Outs!!!

*Allese Crutcher went to the 5A Regional track meet and the Regional Track Meet in shot put.

*Tiana Canada made it to the Area Track Meet in the 200 meters & the 800-meter relay

*Iliana Loredo made it to the Area Track Meet in the 800-meter relay

* James Hudson only Crockett athlete to make it to the State Tournament in any sport!

*Luis Angel Angeles-Sanchez, from Ms. Brown's advanced class got into the UT graphic design


*JaRayl Peoples-District 17-5A Boy Basketball MVP & 1st Team All-District

*Mya Cruz, Allese Crutcher, Deanna Rendon, & Ciera Dickey were all Academic All-District & Academic All-State in Basketball

*Elijah Flores was awarded a 6-year grant ($12,000) from the D'Addario Foundation to pursue classical guitar and music education for the undergrad and graduate levels.

Elijah will be studying Classical Guitar and Music Education at UTSA.

*Flynn Miller is the lead developer on a massive video game mod that launched in December 2020. As of April 2021, it's rated as a 5-star user-created mod on Steam for fans of the game Hearts of Iron IV.

Congrats, to the following students who are graduating not only with their high school diploma, but have also earned enough college credit to graduate with their ASSOCIATE DEGREE from Austin Community College! A HUGE congratulations to our Early College High School graduates:

Hanan Brower, Caleb Brown, Luis Cruz, Ciera Dickey, Victoria Dominguez, Ezra Esquivel, Isabella Garcia, Roxanna Garcia-Gonzales, Kaden Glover, Victoria Gomez, Mara Hernandez, Olivia Hull, Iliana Loredo, Ashlee Luna, Jericho Modjeski, Angelica Moralez, Rodrigo Ramirez Boldo, Karyme Rivera, Jesse Robles, Maliah Salazar, Iva Sanchez, Coleman Scollard, Angelina Torres, Ani Villarrubia, and Andrea Zamarripa.

We LOVE to celebrate with you! Send your shout-outs to

Community Service Graduation Cord

Hello Senior Families,

As graduation is right around the corner, we want to make sure you and your senior knows about a graduation cord they may be eligible to receive. The Community Service cord is awarded to seniors that submit 125 hours or more of community service that they have completed during their high school career. These hours must be submitted to Mrs. Janice Snyder in the Counseling office or via email at no later than May 1st. Once the hours are confirmed, Mrs. Snyder will contact qualifying students. Hours can be submitted on a log sheet with supervisor contact information included or in an official letter by the community service supervisor on organization letterhead. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Snyder at 512-414-7884 or via email.

Thank you!

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