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Northwest YMCA Future Leaders Program
On October 24th, nine REACH students attended the first of seven sessions in the Northwest YMCA Future Leaders Program. Melany A., George C., Cody D. Elyssia E., Samuel G., Jesus G., Angel H., Elizabeth R., and Anna T. spent the day at orientation and team building at YMCA Camp Carter.

In addition to REACH HS, there were students in attendance from Boswell HS, Saginaw HS, Chisholm Trail HS, Lake Worth HS, and Azle HS. Melany shared, “It was really good because I got to meet new people and learn how to interact with other people from other schools.” Cody also agreed, “The best part of the trip was the people. Meeting someone new was great.”

George expressed, “It was an amazing experience. Everyone was getting together to figure out the activities, but not everything was games. They taught us how to succeed in life and they walked us through some career options that might fit with our personalities.”

“Today at the YMCA Future Leadership Program, we got broken up into different groups with other high schools. It was interesting meeting new people and finding out what we have in common. During the introduction to other high schools, we played different leadership skills games,” explained Elyssia. Samuel continued, “The groups taught us to work together at different tasks. Also to learn about jobs and what we like.”

Jesus learned, “How to be respectful and helpful to others. I also learned that there is always a way out when you are stuck.” Elizabeth learned, “That sometimes we over think the little things.” REACH students appreciated being exposed to career options that were new to them. Anna, “I learned about more careers I had no clue about. I also learned many values in order to be a leader such as respect and confidence.”

Angel enjoyed all of the team leadership games but one in particular was her favorite. “You had to jump over someone and there had to be one standing left.”

The students will attend session 2 on November 7th at UNT- TCC C.E.A.T.L Campus. 
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Cyberbullying Prevention Week at REACH
Next week is Cyberbullying Prevention Week at REACH! On Friday, our students made posters for us to hang up later in the week in anticipation of the week to come.  
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CHS Librarian visits REACH
Heather Lamb, Librarian at Castleberry High School, visited REACH High School on September 21,2018. 
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The Few, The Proud
When a student enrolls in REACH High School, not only is there an immediate focus on the goal of graduation, but there is also an immediate focus on a successful life beyond graduation. For this reason, guest speakers are invited to speak with our students in many various capacities. This year, in addition to colleges, trade schools, and such, each branch of the military will be presenting information to our students. 
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REACH students create new vision statement
Students and staff gathered in the Commons Area on September 6th to reexamine the school’s current vision statement. Mrs. Byther led the students and staff in a process which began with the definition of a vision statement and continuing with a vision writing session. 
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Public Meeting to Discuss Campus Performance
Please join us for a public meeting on Thursday, September 13th at 6:30 p.m.  
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Nadine Mihalicz was recognized as Secondary Teacher of the Year
We are very proud that our English teacher, Nadine Mihalicz, was recognized as secondary teacher of the year on the last day of school in May. 
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Reach High School Awarded Transformation Fund Grant
REACH High School has received the tremendous honor of being designated a preliminary awardee of the 2018-2020 School Transformation Fund Grant from TEA. 
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New Backpack Information
Dear Parents and Guardians, Recently, you should have received a message regarding the 2018-2019 school year changes as it relates to school backpacks in order to enhance safety and security at Castleberry ISD.  
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School Board Month 2018
The Alternative Learning Center recognized Mr. Dewey Taliaferro on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Mr. Taliaferro enjoyed breakfast with the staff and was honored with gifts and cards from the students and staff. 
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Computer Science Education Week
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. For more information click read more. 
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Credit Celebration
On Friday, November 17 at 12:45 p.m. REACH High School will have a Credit Celebration. 
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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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Red Ribbon Week 2017
The following activities will be happening at REACH during Red Ribbon Week. 
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2017 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). 
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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.