Parents- please take Parent and Community School Climate Survey that is located under the Family Tab.
1 Pack No. 2 pencils (10 pack)
Mission Statement for REACH High School
The mission statement for REACH High School is to provide a positive learning environment that engages, mentors, and motivates students to excel as successful lifelong learners.
REACH High School Open House a Huge Success
Open House was a very exciting time at REACH on Thursday, March 6th with over 80 guests in attendance. It began at 6:30 p.m. with a photographer taking family pictures. Participants will receive a free 8x10 framed portrait. Refreshments were enjoyed as guests had an opportunity to visit the classrooms and spend time with the staff.
A credit celebration ceremony will followed at 7:00 p.m., as students received a certificate for each class that has been completed for the trimester.
Following the credt celebration, at 7:30 p.m., there were three very beneficial break-out sessions and guests were able to choose which one to attend.
One choice is a presentation from Proyecto Imigrate ICS, Inc. which is an Immigration Counseling Service. Information will be shared by Alfonso Franco regarding family visa petitions, adjustment of status, citizenship, consular processing, waivers, renewal of residence card, employment authorization application renewal as well as other services the agency offers.
A second choice was Community Action Partners. Debby Gray, Human Services Coordinator, presented information on available programs including: food pantry, school supply distribution program, bread ministry, "Happy Heads" family lice removal and many others. She will also share information on direct assistance and referrals for utility assistance as well as job referrals.
The third choice involved choices for after graduation. Previous graduates from CISD were on hand and shared with guests each of their chosen paths since graduation from high school.
Thank you everyone who participated and made open house a very successful and rewarding event!
Reaching Out Program
This past Friday, January 17th REACH High School students began their "Reaching Out Program" in conjunction with students at Castleberry Elementary. The younger students were assisted by the high school students in Art, Music, PE, Study Hall, and in the Library. The program takes place every other week and will continue throughout the remainder of this school year. Already, administrators, faculty, and the students at both schools thoroughly enjoy this valuable mentorship program.
Important School Climate Survey
Community Members and parents are invited to participate in the surveys for Cyberbully Prevention and Safe School under the family tab. The surveys are at the bottom of the page in both english and spanish. Thank you for your input.
REACH School Hours
Monday - Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
School Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Breakfast - $1.00 Reduced .30
Lunch - $2.25 Reduced .40
Texas NCLB Report Cards
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Report Cards for the state, the district and each of the district's campuses are now available. If you would like to view the Texas NCLB Report Cards, please click here. Information on these report cards include:
• Assessment results for the LEA and campuses.
• Graduation rates for secondary school students.
• Performance of school district and campuses on adequate yearly progress (AYP) measures.
• Number and names of Title I schools identified as in need of improvement.
• Professional qualifications of teachers in the LEA and campuses.
"All career and technical education opportunities will be offered without regard to race, color, national orgin, sex, or disability."
REACH High School registration is on-going during student interviews.
Applications are available in the main office at REACH.
School supplies for REACH students:
2 boxes - facial tissue
Blue or Black ballpoint pens ( 10 count)
2-3 Ring binders (1 inch)