Mustang Parent Involvement October

North Shore 10th Grade Center Parent Newsletter 2021 - 2022

CREATING AND CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF EXCELLENCE

#MADE4GREATNESS

Mark Your Calendar

October

October 8-11 - Fall Break

October 12 - Student Holiday Staff Development

October 21- Proactive Parenting Meeting

October 29 - 2nd 6 Weeks Grading Period Ends



For more campus Observance Days please see our Campus Calendar.

In an effort to report current data to the state of Texas, please click on the link above to complete a Household Income Survey for your child, by Thursday, October 7, 2021.


School districts are required to collect and report the socioeconomic status of each student to the Texas Education Agency for the purposes of annual state accountability ratings and for federal reporting.

Additionally, this information determines eligibility to receive:

Pandemic EBT Benefits (P-EBT)
Free school meals
Reduced registration fees for AP, SAT, and/or ACT tests
Discounted rates associated with college applications
Discounted rates on internet services

If you have any questions or require assistance please NS10 at 832.386.4880.



CAMPUS OBSERVANCES

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Principal's Open House Video

Kenneth Bryant, Jr.

I am Mr. Kenneth Bryant, your campus principal. I am thrilled to have you join our Mustang family! Here at North Shore 10th Grade Center, we believe you are #Made4Greatness and have devoted ourselves to cultivating a culture of excellence and resilience that will help you in recognizing your potential, accomplishing your goals, and succeeding in your future endeavors.



As a devoted husband and the father of three children, I strongly advocate for academic development and personal growth. I am a native Houstonian and graduate of Elkins High School in Missouri City, Texas. Following high school, I attended and graduated from Texas Southern University where I received my Bachelor of Business Administration degree. I then attended Concordia University Austin and received my Master in Education Degree in Educational Leadership.


I began my educational career in Galena Park ISD as a Business Education teacher in 2007 and have dedicated the past 15 years to our students and surrounding community.


In Galena Park ISD, we are family!


My goal as your principal is to lead, learn and serve you in becoming the best version yourself. Remember, there is no mountain too high to climb. North Shore 10th Grade Center family will be with you through every challenge and victory ahead. That having been said, saddle up Mustangs; it’s going to be a great year!



Go Mustangs!



Sincerely,

Kenneth Bryant, Jr.

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Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept 15- Oct 15) honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans as we celebrate heritage rooted in all Latin American countries. NS10 appreciates Hispanic Heritage and supports local Hispanic communities during this celebratory time.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

North Shore 10th Grade Campus recognizes National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Our faculty and staff support women and men nationwide in gaining access to the education, screening, and support they need to rise up against breast cancer.
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Red Ribbon Week: October 23-31

North Shore 10th Grade Campus recognizes National Red Ribbon Week to encourage students to make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be and living drug-free!
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Galena Park ISD is a Great Place to Be

GPISD A Great Place To Be

Upcoming Events

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Gentle Reminders

See Something, Say Something

In light of recent events in our community, North Shore 10th Grade Campus welcomes open communication from our students, staff, family, and community members. Please report any concerns or suspicious activity to the authorities using our tip line.
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CHROMEBOOKS NEEDED DAILY

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Please have your student bring their charged Chromebooks to school every day.

GPISD Cell Phone Policy

Telecommunication Devices

  • Cell phones must remain turned off, out of sight, and not used during the instructional day, unless permitted by the teacher for instructional purposes.


  • If the use of a cell phone becomes a distraction to the driver or the transportation of students, school disciplinary action may be taken.


  • Students who violate this policy shall be subject to established disciplinary measures.


  • District employees shall confiscate any cell phones visible, heard or used during the instructional day on school property.


  • Cell phones will not be visible during the passing periods.
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Attendance Matters

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Character Trait for October

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