Parent Newsletter - Issue #243 - May 13, 2019
This Week in Tiger Land
Monday, May 13
Senior Exemption Cards distributed in Advisory
Senior Exam Reviews distributed to all seniors
AP Testing - Biology, Physics C
Graduation TIcket Distribution - THS Commons (5:00pm - 7:00pm)
Tuesday, May 14
Underclassmen Exemption Cards distributed in Advisory
Underclassmen Exam Reviews distributed
AP Testing - Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Art History, Human Geography
Spring Play (6:00pm)
Science National Honor Society Induction (6:00pm)
FFA Banquet (5:45pm)
ProGrad Meeting (7:00pm)
Wednesday, May 15
College Wear Wednesday
AP Testing - English Language, Macroeconomics
Cap & Gown Delivery by Jostens (all lunches)
Senior Exemption Cards due to 12th Grade Office by 3:00pm
Spring Play (6:00pm)
Spring Athletic Banquet (6:30pm)
Thursday, May 16
Faculty vs. Seniors Basketball Game - Activity Bell Schedule
AP Testing - World History, Statistics
Belles Spring BBQ Meal Pick-Up (5:00pm)
THS Fine Arts Showcase (6:00pm)
Spring Football Game (6:30pm)
Friday, May 17
Fridays We Wear RED!!!
Deadline for students to clean out lockers!
Deadline for Seniors to turn in Textbooks!
AP Testing - Microeconomics, Music Theory, Computer Science, Latin
SENIORS ONLY - 7th period exam (12:45pm-2:45pm)
Underclassmen Exemption Cards due to grade-level AP office by 3:00pm
Percussion Ensemble Concert (7:00pm)
Bell Schedule for Friday 05/17/19
9th – 11th Grade
Friday, May 17
7:30 - 8:25 – 1st Period
8:30 – 9:30 – 2nd Period
9:35 - 10:20 – 3rd Period
10:25 –11:10 – 4th Period
11:15 - 12:40 – 5th Period and Lunch – attend regularly scheduled lunch
12:45 – 1:35 – 6th Period
1:40 - 2:45 – 7th Period
Friday, May 17
7:30 – 8:25 – 1st Period
8:30 - 9:30 – 2nd Period
9:35 -10:20 – 3rd Period
10:2 5- 11:10 - 4th Period
11:15 -12:40 – 5th Period and Lunch – attend reg. lunch
12:45 - 2:45 – 7th Period Exam for non-exempt students– all testing students report to small gym
12:45 - 1:35 – 6th Period Class for Exempt (from 7th)
1:40 - 2:45 – 7th Period Class for Exempt Students
Textbooks are due by Friday, May 17th for Seniors and Wednesday, May 22nd for 9th-11th grade students! The book room in the I hallway will be open before school and during lunches for textbook collection!
Students that were unable to complete their STAAR Tests last week due to the weather delay and cancellation will be tested this week online. If you have questions, please contact our Campus Assessment Coordinator, Dena Garcia.
Spring Exam Exemptions - ALL Grades
Graduation Ticket Pick-Up...
Travis High School Class of 2019 Graduation Ceremony Information
Graduation Parking Information
Original Credit/ AP/ Pre-AP Summer School Registration
Fort Bend ISD 2019 Summer School Information:
Registration Process for High School
Original Credit/AP/Pre-AP ONLY:
- Students taking original credit courses will print the appropriate registration form from online, or pick up a copy of the form from Ms. Gibson in the counselor's office.
- Complete the form with the appropriate course requests and take it to your counselor for approval. Once approved, the counselor will notify the registrar to enroll the student into the summer school entity. This process will take a minimum of 24 hours. You will not be enrolled in courses at this time.
- The student/parent will go online and select the appropriate course(s) approved by the counselor and pay the fee online for the course(s). This enrolls the student into the course. Remember you must pay at least 24 hours after registering online. The preferred payment method is online via credit or debit card. If assistance is needed with the method of payment, please see your school counselor.
- Students may be dropped from the course if payment has not been made at least 24 hours after registering online.
For additional information please follw this link: https://www.fortbendisd.com/site/Default.aspx?PageID=1058
Pay Fines Now!
Summer Basketball Camp at Travis
The 4th Annual Travis Boys Basketball Camp of Champions will be held May 28 - 30, from 8:30 - 11:30 am. The camp is for boys grades 4-9 (Fall 2019). The cost of the camp is $80. Click the links below for additional information and the sign-up page for the camp:
Exciting Opportunity for current SOPHOMORES:
The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees offers an exciting and dynamic two-year leadership development program for high school students, called Leadership 101/102. Sophomore students interested in leadership development during their junior and senior years are invited to apply to participate in the district’s 2019-2020 Leadership 101 program. Three students per high school are selected through a competitive application process. During their junior year, the program explores leadership skills through topics such as youth advocacy, service and volunteerism, local government in action, business, and health care through monthly seminars and site visits. During their senior year, the entire cohort moves together and participates in Leadership 102, by working with non-profit agencies in the community. It is Fort Bend ISD’s goal to develop leadership at all levels and to positively impact the climate and culture of our schools and community through the leadership of our students and staff.
The Leadership 101 application is live and can be found at https://secure.fortbendisd.com/StudentLeadership
Applications are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 15, 2019.
Need a Verification Of Enrollment?
Students needing a Verification of Enrollment or VOE for driving permits or licenses will need to submit their request on the VOE clipboard located at the Registrar’s Office. Students may sign-up for their VOE before school, in between classes, during lunch, or after school. Once they sign-up for their VOE, it will be ready the following day after 7th period for pick up in the black box at the Registrar’s Office.
Please plan accordingly to ensure your VOE will be ready in time for any appointments you may have.
Final Chance to Submit YES Hours!
The last day to turn in YES forms for this school year will be Tuesday, May 14, at the YES table during all lunches. Students may check hour totals on the Travis website under the YES program. If you believe you are missing hours (before April) come to room D-109 after school to pick up denied paperwork.
Tiger Pride Points are the "currency" we use to reward students for good behavior and/or participation in events and initiatives on our campus. Students must have their student ID to receive points.
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