Fighting Tigers Dispatch 10-21-16
Newsletter From The Principal of "Tex" Hill Middle School
Tex Hill Football Takes District Championship!
Congratulations to our boys Football Teams! 8th Grade and 7th Grade are both District Champions!! We will be holding play-off games for bragging rights.
- Tuesday - 10/25/16 at 6:00 p.m - 7th A Team Grade vs. Wood at Comalander Stadium.
- Tuesday - 10/25/16 at 4:30 p.m - 8th B Team Grade vs. White at White Middle School
- Wednesday - 10/26/16 at 5:00 p.m. - 8th A Team vs. White at Comalander Stadium.
- Wednesday - 10/26/16 at 4:30 p.m. - 7th B Team vs. Wood at Hill Middle School
Learning Commons Lowdown Newsletter
The August/September issue of the Learning Commons Lowdown highlights recent activities, instruction, resources and upcoming events. Please click here to read more!
Also, the Learning Commons welcomes PTSA volunteers for various shifts on a weekly basis. Please click this link to explore available time slots and descriptions of volunteering options available.
Red Ribbon Week October 24th - 28th
Red Ribbon Week is a week we reinforce to students to make good choices and not to give into pressure if offered drugs. The week was designated to honor DEA Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who was killed in the line of duty. For more information about him please go to http://www.duila.org/RedRibbonHist.html Please see the attached flyer for the daily themes.
Parking Lot Drop Off and Pick-Up
Thank you to all the parents who are parking and then dropping off or picking up your child(ern). You have made a huge difference in moving the traffic through our school.
I do ask the parents parking under the trees and blocking the drive to please move to a parking spot. Also, those who continue to drop off in the drive on the west end of the parking lot are asked to please set a good example for your child(ern) by complying with our request to park and then drop off. Anyone who wishes to just drive through and drop off their child(ern) may use the designated drop-off lane in the main driveway.
Free Student Flu Shots
Halloween - No Costumes, Masks, or Make-Up
PTSA Life Membership Nominations - Repeated Announcement
Do you know an outstanding PTSA member, Tex Hill Staff Member, or Community member? If so please consider nominating them for a Texas PTA Life Member award. You can fill out the form and send to school or email your nomination to Stacy Husted at email@example.com. The form is attached to the e-mail.
Pink Out Days Oct 25th & 27th - Repeated Announcement
The Tex Hill Girl’s and Boy’s Athletic Program is sponsoring a school wide “Pink Out” day on October 25th for football and October 27th for volleyball in support of the Side-Out Foundation for cancer research. We would like everyone to buy a “Pink Out” shirt for $12.00 from the girls coaches and wear it on October 25th and October 27th to school. Please also wear the shirt to the football and volleyball games as we try to “Pink Out” the field and the gym!!
All monies raised by the Tex Hill Tigers goes directly to Side-Out, which in turn awards grants to medical research organizations and entities dedicated to providing compassionate support to breast cancer patients and their families.
Please Support our Honor Flight World War II Veterans - Repeated Announcement
By Rebecca Engle (8th grade)The Tex Hill Student Council is gearing up for their second annual fundraiser in support of the Honor Flight Network through The Honor Flight San Antonio de Valero. The fundraiser will run October 11 through November 11 with the goal of raising the $1400, the cost of sending one soldier on a flight. The money collected will be used to sponsor a WWII Veteran. It will pay for the visit to Washington D.C. and the memorials dedicated to honor his/her service and sacrifice. All donations are accepted, from spare change offered by student to larger donations from parents, staff and the public. Any checks should be made payable to Tex Hill Middle School. The fundraiser will close with a Veterans Day Celebration on November 11 where the students will hold a dinner honoring the veterans working with the program and announce the name of the selected 2016 Honor Flight recipient. This is a not only great service opportunity; it is a unique learning experience. Students are able to meet with Veterans, listen to their stories and learn about their experiences as service members first hand. If you would like to support the program or learn more about how you can help, visit www.honorflightsanantonio.org or email Mrs. Kickhoefer (Student Council Sponsor) at Lkickh@neisd.net.
If you wish to serve as a Watch D.O.G.S. follow the above link.