The end of the six weeks is Friday, September 25. If your student is planning on returning to school for the start of the 2nd six weeks, please have them at school on Monday, September 28. If your student failed a class for the 1st six weeks and/or did not submit work 90% of the time for each class, you will be contacted by an administrator in order to transition your student back to on campus face-to-face learning. All students choosing remote instruction are required to pass all classes and submit work for each class to meet the 90% attendance rule required by the Texas Education Agency for class credit.
Any student at least 9 years of age and/or in the 3rd grade that is interested in raising and showing an animal at the Rusk County Livestock Show needs to get with Ag Teacher, Mike Retain, on or before September 23. You may call or text him at 903-754-5896 or email him at email@example.com. Students can show a heifer, steer, hog, lamb, goat, rabbits, roaster, or chickens.
Students will have a Virtual Learning Student Holiday on Friday, September 25, which is also the end of the 1st six weeks. Teachers will be working with students in class on how to log into Google Classroom so that they can practice this on Friday, September 25 from home. For students who do not have a computer/internet, paper assignments will be given to them. We just want to practice virtual learning from home so that we are prepared for possible future learning. If you have any questions, please call the high school office at 903-863-5353 or our counselor at 904-863-1216.
Click on title for a tutorial on using Google Classroom
Link on the title for help in submitting work into google classroom.