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REACH High School
"Success is Within REACH"

Responsibility - Employability - Achievement - Citizenship - Harmony

Mission Statement
REACH High School provides a
supportive, individualized learning
experience focused on developing
personal, educational, and professional
skills for a successful future.

   Vision Statement
REACH High School, we are focused on
encouraging students to fulfill graduation
requirements in an accelerated, academic
and technological environment.  This will be
accomplished by students, faculty, staff,
parents and community working together
toward student success. 

                                   CREDIT CELEBRATION

On Friday, November 17  at 12:45 p.m. REACH High School will have a Credit Celebration. Rather than receiving report cards, REACH students are presented with certificates for each class that is completed.  Parents, relatives and friends are encouraged to attend this event.  Students also have early dismissal at 1:30 p.m.  Students will return to school on Monday, November 27th.  Have a Blessed and Safe Thanksgiving Holiday!


                               Cyberbullying Prevention Week

REACH High School participated in the district wide attempt to bring awareness and prevent cyberbulling by recognizing the week of November 13 - November 17 as Cyberbulling Prevention Week.


                  REACH Students accepted into Latinas In Progress

REACH High School staff and students are very proud to announce a huge campus success.  Mitzy G., Autumn N., and Hayley V. have been accepted into the prestigious educational training series called Latinas in Progress sponsored by the Hispanic Women's Network of Texas (Fort Worth Chapter).  These young ladies participated in a highly competitive acceptance process; many girls all over the Fort Worth area applied, but only approximately one hundred are selected.  These girls will dedicate over 25 hours of training which will prepare for their success after high school graduation.  They will study topics such as college application, assertiveness training, the importance of civic engagement and healthy living and important life skills. At successful completion of the program, these ladies will have the opportunity to apply for scholarships to further their educational dreams.  Everyone at REACH High School is proud of these scholars and look forward to all that they will learn and accomplish as a result of this opportunity.


                        Events for the Month of October     

    October 14- 8:00 - 12:00  Saturday School

   

  October 23-27 - Red Ribbon Week
   
    Monday - "Put a Cap on Drugs" - Wear Favorite Hat
    Tuesday - Wear Red
    Wednesday - "Give Drugs the Slip"- Wear Slippers
    Thursday - "Crack is Whack"- Dress in Black
    Friday - "Double Up Against Drugs" - Twin Day 

                           


                       Blood Drive at REACH High School
The first of two blood drives took place on September 14th.  Students and staff donated a total of 26 units of blood, saving approximately 78 lives.  Please mark your calendars for our next blood drive on March 8th, 2018.

 

School Supplies
Please remember to bring the following supplies:
1 pkg. blue or black pens
1 pkg. #2 pencils
2 1 inch binder notebooks
2 boxes tissues

Cell Phones
Please remember the district policy regarding cell phones and any other electronic devices. Anytime one of the items are visible and taken up, a parent/guardian will be required to pick up the device and pay $15 for each occurrence.


Class Schedule
Students will attend school on Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. with mandatory tutorials on Monday and Tuesday until 4:00 p.m. On Fridays, students who have had perfect attendance for the week and no discipline issues will be released at 2:45 p.m. Tutoring is available on Fridays until 4:00 p.m.

Thank you,
Wanda Byther
 


News & Events                                                                            

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Computer Science Education Week

We live in a world surrounded by technology and we know that whatever career field we choose to go into as adults, our ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works. The reality is that technology affects every field of commerce in today's society. In healthcare, computing is part of operating rooms every day. Technology has also enabled breakthroughs like contact lenses that detect insulin levels for people with diabetes. In space and aeronautics we are depending on a generation of robots to explore where humans cannot. In our homes we are automating every day things like our heating and cooling systems. On our roads we depend on navigation systems to get us home and now we are experimenting with bringing self-driving cars into our everyday lives. In entertainment, blockbuster movies depend on computer science to bring new characters to life and provide us new completely animated worlds. The music industry was also forever changed by the rise of the digital age. And every single day this trend is growing across every industry. Yet, only a tiny fraction of us are learning how technology works. Fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. However, in Castleberry ISD we offer computer science to all Pre-K through 5th grade students, all 7th grade students, and as a course in high school for all interested students.

During Computer Science Education week, which is December 4th through 10th, our entire school district is joining more than 100 million students worldwide on the largest learning even in history- The Hour of Code. "The Hour of Code is designed to demystify code, to show that computer science is not rocket-science, and anybody can learn the basics." said Hadi Partovi, founder and CEO of code.org. "It's now on track to be the largest learning event in history, proving that the demand for relevant 21st century computer science education crosses all borders and knows no boundaries." Look for resources to be added to this article starting on Monday, December 4th that will provide self-guided tutorials for students, teachers, and parents to participate in an Hour of Code.

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REACH Highlight Video 2017
At REACH everyone is connected. When REACH High School was highlighted at this month's Board of Education meeting they showcased that unique aspect of their campus culture.  
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REACH Open House and Credit Celebration
Visit REACH High School for an Open House and Credit Celebration on Thursday, March 2 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM: 
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School Board Appreciation Month
Our Castleberry ISD Board Members are a true All-Star Team. They are extraordinary people who voluntarily tackle the enormous job of governing the school district.  
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REACH Students Published in 'A Celebration of Poets'
In December 2015, students of REACH High School submitted their best examples of creative writing as they participated in a national poetry contest.  
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School Board Recognition Month
CISD Board of Education is deeply appreciated 
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Credit Celebration and Award Ceremony
Parents, family, and friends joined together for Credit Celebration 
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REACH High School Poets receive letter from Member of Congress
Students receive letter from Kay Grianger 
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Red Ribbon Week at REACH High School
Red Ribbon Week 
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Latinas in Progress
REACH Celebrates Latinas 
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Student Summit
Team Building For Students 
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REACHing Out Program
Students at REACH mentor CE students 
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News for September
Events for the Month of September 
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Free GED Prep Classes
In partnership with Tarrant County College, Castleberry ISD is offering free GED classes in English and Spanish to our community. 
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Diploma
Free GED Prep Classes
In partnership with Tarrant County College, Castleberry ISD is offering free GED classes in English and Spanish to our community. 
Email Icon
Receive Important Texts and Emails from Castleberry Schools
Castleberry ISD provides a service that enhances communications to our families by allowing the district to send important information via text messaging. The District uses text messaging to provide information that is timely, relevant, and for emergency situations. 
Not in My School
Give a Tip to Crime Stoppers
If you are interested in helping your school, the district, and local Crime Stoppers enforcement keep your school and the surrounding community safe, there is a way you can take personal responsibility. 
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Inclement Weather or Other Emergencies
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 REACH School Hours
Monday - Tuesday   8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday - Friday   8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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"All career and technical education opportunities will be offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, or disability."

 
 Wanda Byther
 
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Email:
bytherw@cisd.net


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