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Itasca ISD May 2022
May 2 Middle School Band Concert and Elementary Art Show
May 3 EOC Alg 1
May 4 EOC Biology
May 5 EOC US History and 8th STAAR Science
May 6 8th STAAR Social Studies
May 9 High School Band Concert and Board Meeting 7pm
May 10 10am High School Awards SEC/4th, 5th, 6th, 7th STAAR Math
May 11 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th STAAR Reading
May 12 Athletic Banquet/3rd STAAR Math, 5th STAAR Science
May 13 3rd STAAR Reading
May 14 Prom
May 17 MS Awards Ceremony
May 18 Elem Awards Ceremony/8th STAAR Math
May 19 8th STAAR Reading/HS Senior Awards Recognition Night
May 20 AG banquet
May 23 GT Student Showcase
May 27 Graduation
Itasca ISD Welcomes New Athletic Director
Coach Ricky Torres is excited to be beginning his 1st year as head coach and 13th year total. Prior to joining Itasca he was the Offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Marlin High School and Mount Pleasant High School. While at Marlin their football team won seven more games than the previous year and was a state quarter finalist in football. A graduate of Waco High School in 2001. While there he was selected to the All District and Super Centex teams. He attended the University of Mary Hardin Baylor where he played football and earned his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Sports Administration. He and his lovely wife Ana have two beautiful children Austin (11) and Ascher (7 months).
Itasca ISD Students to Take PASS Survey
We are writing to inform you of your student’s participation in a brief survey to assist us in uncovering and addressing the social and emotional well-being of our students. With a continued commitment to addressing barriers to learning, we are asking that all students enrolled in our school complete the Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) survey. Developed by a team of educational psychologists from multiple universities, PASS provides teachers with highly reliable and valid information about how they feel about themselves as learners and how they feel about school. Available in twenty languages, PASS allows schools to detect possible barriers to student learning, including issues around confidence, resilience, motivation, and concentration. The PASS survey will allow our school to proactively address non-academic barriers to learning, which can compromise our students' well-being and academic success. The PASS survey will be administered this spring in May. Please be assured that student confidentiality will be strictly protected. Please contact your student's campus for more information.
One of our goals is to keep our school community informed and involved in Itasca ISD. We have several ways for you to stay connected.
- Download the Itasca ISD App from your device app store. You can get push notifications as they are sent.
- Keep your contact information up to date in the campus office so that you receive campus/district call-out information.
- Check out our website frequently.