The Weekly Wrap-Up
REACH High School
A Message from Mr. Licciardi
Dear REACH Community,
We have made it through most of the testing season at this point. This week we wrapped up testing week two with all but one of our STAAR EOC Exams to administer. I am overjoyed to share that we achieved 100% PARTICIPATION!!!. The next and last tests are our Math STAAR awaits our scheduled testers. Math STAAR, we are ready for you. See below for an overall schedule.
Reminder: Attendance truly matters to avoid a Truancy Prevention Measure and fine and the students' eligibility to earn credits in order to graduate as planned. Remember, attendance is crucial when a passing grade academically cannot be granted if students have 10 or more absences. For some, it will prevent you from walking the stage in May. Also, below is new information on events for eligible seniors. Please read and respond.
News to note!
- Due to weather days in late January into early February, the school year has been extended through to Wednesday, May 31. This means that we will be engaging in year-end instructional and fun activities on those added days. More to come on that! See the updated calendar below.
- Check out the 2023-2024 school calendar by clicking here or scrolling down.
In closing, I would like to offer gratitude to your teachers in my Principal's Message. On behalf of your students, I thank you for your work in preparing students and also for your generosity. Having additional snacks, breakfast items, and drinks to energize students only helps in pushing students through the extended testing window.
Have a wonderful weekend and rest up!
Principal | REACH High School
Updated School Calendar
Due to the weather experienced January/February, students will end their school year on Wednesday, May 31.
Calendar for the next year!
Clap Outs Keep Coming!
REACH Team thanks for applying your skill and efforts to ensure that your students walk through the testing season strong and confident. In addition, your caring generosity does not go unnoticed as you showered our students with goodies giving them an additional boost.
Substitute Teachers Ms. Ballard, Mr. Brewer, and Mrs. Brewer-- Thanks for your service this week to our school building.
Mrs. Chedville your testing support and guidance is beyond appreciated. I am thrilled that we are currently at 100% participation! Part of making that happen is you.
Re-Check on Expectations
- Arrival Time--8am
- Cell Phone Use--ONLY during non-instructional time
- Attendance--Essential to learning and will lead to immediate attendance make-up dates with accrued absences
- Commons--Open for use prior to period one and for special events. Breakfast and Lunch periods are to be housed only in our cafeteria.
- Bathroom Policy--One student at a time.
- Door Access--Under no circumstances are students to open any interior or exterior doors for a classmate or adult, including a CISD employee.
Our Bulletin Board at the Administration Building
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Seeing Our Norms Come to Life
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Fundraiser at CISD
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Remaining Connected Is Key
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Student and Family Info Hub
Student Senior Events
Grads to Work
Bullying Prevention Is A Priority at CISD!
Senate Bill 179, David's Law, amends the Education Code to revise provisions relating to school district bullying prevention policies and procedures to provide protections against cyberbullying.
Castleberry ISD, in accordance with these laws, is providing an anonymous online form to report bullying.
You can also download the Quick Tip app on the Apple iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store. Once you have downloaded and opened the app use the location code "CastleberryISD" to access our district's form. Use the links provided below or search for "School Messenger Quick Tip" to find the app. Click here for more information.
Give a Tip to Crime Stoppers
Tarrant County Crime Stoppers allows for concerned citizens who witness a crime or suspicious behavior to reach out to law enforcement without fear of retaliation or having to appear in court. Crime Stoppers is set up to be completely anonymous and confidential.
To contact Crime Stoppers over the phone you can call locally at 817-469-8477 or toll-free at 877-469-8477. You can also download the P3 Tips mobile app or submit a tip online on the Crime Stoppers website. For more information on our district website click here.
Attendance is essential!
What? Why? When?
The next cycle of testing will be in May.