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Week of April 22 - 26, 2019

April 22 - 26, 2019

  • Graduating Seniors - Attention seniors that previously attended Charlotte Anderson Elementary. You are invited to a breakfast and clap out on April 26th at the Charlotte Anderson campus. Please check out the Charlotte Anderson Elementary webpage or facebook page for more information. Don't forget to invite your parents too!
  • iPad Pick Up April 29 & 30 - Attention Senior Students, You can turn in your iPads on the designated turn in date or before. The dates are the 29th and the 30th. Come prepared with your device charged and turned on. In order to get your refund your iPad MUST be in good working condition. That means no damage to the device. You need to bring the iPad, school issued case, iPad power brick and lighting cable. The cable must be apple brand standard and the AC adapter needs to be the iPad power brick, NOT the iPhone power brick. If your device is lost\stolen, please report to Mr. Cato IMMEDIATELY. If you have any questions please see Mr. Cato in the library tech office.

  • Open Gym - Attention ALL Volleyball Players: Volleyball Open Gym Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30
  • Art Show Accolades - Congratulations to the following summit artists for their achievements in the MISD district art show. Best in Show: Christina McMahon Pre AP Art 2, Honorbale Mention, Tiffany Yang AP Art 2D, Jordan Chaney AP Art 2D, Keeley Baucom Art III/IV
  • Summer School Registration - Students, Summer School registration is now open. Visit the MISD home page for summer school information and registration. Your counselor can help you by advising you what course you should take during summer school. If you are interested in summer school, it is your responsibility to get registered.  
  • Senior Graduation Slideshow - A Senior Slideshow will be played before you walk the stage...so if you want your senior year memories on the video please turn in your pics to D7 ASAP!!
  • Requesting a final transcript - It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT, In the Counseling Center or Attendance Office, Scan the QR Code labeled: "Senior Final Transcript". The College or University you will be attending in the fall Requires a Complete, Final Transcript. Two Final Transcripts will be mailed to the College or University of your choice, Or to your Home. Congratulations on completing your high school journey!
  • Tennis Team - Attention Summit Tennis Team: Please stop by Coach Bucks room to pick up a Tennis Banquet form. The form needs to be returned to Coach Buck by April 25th, 2019. Coach Buck is located in C-4. Also turn in any Summit Tennis gear to to Coach Buck.
  • Air Force Briefing - On April 25th, the Air Force will be conducting a briefing in the Lecture Hall from 10:00 – 11:00 in reference to career and educational opportunities in the Air Force. Anyone wanting to attend please come to the Lecture Hall during that time.
  • TCC US History - Attention TCC students that are scheduled to take the US History EOC exam. You will be scheduled to take your US History EOC exam at an alternate time. You will attend your TCC classes on Monday May 6th. If you have questions please see Mr. Peters.
  • Free Audiobooks - A free program, called SYNC, is giving away 2 audiobooks per week from April 25 - August 1, 2019.  To find out more about these free books, you can talk to Mrs. Tahaney in the library or visit http://www.audiobooksync.com/ 

Week of Apr 15-19, 2019

April 15 - 19, 2019

  • Graduating Seniors - Attention seniors that previously attended Charlotte Anderson Elementary. You are invited to a breakfast and clap out on April 26th at the Charlotte Anderson campus. Please check out the Charlotte Anderson Elementary webpage or facebook page for more information. Don't forget to invite your parents too!
  • Track Accolades - The JV boys finished 5th overall in the district track meet. Jacoby Jackson & Avery Davis placed 1st & 2nd in the Shot put, & James Simmons placed 2nd in the Triple Jump. The Varsity boys are runner -up District champs in district 7-6A. The following are district champions. Tyler Hanes in the Shot Put, Zach Mitchell in the 3200m, Quenten Jones in the 100m, Calvion Porter in the 300H, Jackson Cichon in the 1600m.We placed 2nd in the 4x1 relay & 4x2 relay, 110, & 200m.We also placed 3rd in the 110H ,3200m & 1600m. We also placed 4th in the Discus & 3200. All of these young men will advance to the Area track meet. Special note the two relays teams of Smith, Rock, Jones & Jones set new school records in both the 4x1 & 4x2 Relays.
  • Debate Accolades - On Friday and Saturday, John Weaver competed at UIL Regional competition in LD Debate. He placed 4th overall and is the alternate for State competition. Congratulations!
  • Prom Nominations - Attention Seniors...Prom Nominations will be this Thursday, April 18th, during Advisory. Nominations will be tallied at 3pm on Thursday!!
  • Volleyball - Volleyball Open Gym Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30
  • 2019-20 Course Requests - The courses you requested for the 19-20 school year are available in Skyward for review. Any changes to the list of courses you selected must be done in writing on the Corrections Form by April 18, 2019. Correction Forms can be picked up in the Counselor's office.
  • Senior iPad Return April 29 & 30- Attention Senior Students, You can turn in your iPads on the designated turn in date or before. The dates are the 29th and the 30th Come prepared with your device charged and turned on. In order to get your refund your iPad MUST be in good working condition. That means no damage to the device. You need to bring the iPad, school issued case, iPad power brick and lighting cable. The cable must be apple brand standard and the AC adapter needs to be the iPad power brick, NOT the iPhone power brick. If your device is lost\stolen, please report to Mr. Cato IMMEDIATELY. If you have any questions please see Mr. Cato in the library tech office.
  • AP Exam Registration - All junior and senior students who will be taking an AP exam this year will be called to meet in the cafeteria, this Thursday, at the beginning of 2nd block. We will meet briefly to pre-register you for the AP exams. Make sure you report to 2nd block and wait for the announcement to be dismissed. Teachers, you will receive a list of the students who need to attend this pre-registration.
  • UIL Spelling Accolades - On Saturday, Mrs. Waneck's spelling UIL team competed at regional competition at the University of Texas Arlington. We won 2nd place team overall in the region!!! Team members are: Emma Suleman, Kelsey Ohene-Gheni, Tristen Brinlee Trotter and Sophia Pham. The spelling UIL team is advancing to State in Austin!! Congrats spellers!
  • Summer School Registration - Students, Summer School registration is now open. Visit the MISD home page for summer school information and registration. Your counselor can help you by advising you what course you should take during summer school. If you are interested in summer school, it is your responsibility to get registered.
  • Seniors Slide Show - A Senior Slideshow will be played before you walk the stage...so if you want your senior year memories on the video please turn in your pics to D7 ASAP!!
  • Principles of Education class - those who are interested in BEING a teacher, counselor, coach, or working with children after high school, make sure you change your schedule to Principles of Education and Training..

Week of Apr 8 - 12, 2019

April 8 - 12, 2019

Prom tickets Info - on sale today, Monday, April 8th, for $80.00 a ticket.  Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches. Please note that Cash or Check are the only acceptable forms of payment for prom tickets.  Online payments with cards will NOT be accepted. 

Course Schedule for 2019-20 - Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors-The courses that you all requested for the 19-20 school year are now available in Skyward for review. How do you see the courses you chose? Log into Skyward, click on "schedule" and then click "request courses for the 19-20 school year". Any changes to the list of courses students selected must be done in writing on a corrections form by April 18, 2019. Copies of the instructions to view your courses as well as a copy of the corrections form were mailed home to your parents.There are also copies of the corrections form available in the counseling office which you may come by to pick up between classes or during your lunch. All schedule change requests must be made in writing on the form provided by no later than April 18, 2019.

Band Accolades -Last Thursday, the Summit HS Wind Symphony competed at the Region 5 Concert and Sight-Reading evaluation. They received straight 1's from all judges on stage and in sight-reading, earning a Sweepstakes Award. Congratulations to the Summit Wind Symphony, and to the Summit Band program at large for having all 3 concert bands earn Sweepstakes Awards this year!

FCA Cancels Meeting - FCA will not meet this week. Our meeting next week will be Thursday as we will be out of school next Next Friday.

Yoga Club Cancels Meeting - No Yoga Club this week. We will resume our usual yoga practice again next Wednesday.  Namaste.

Seniors who attended Charlotte Anderson Elementary - Charlotte Anderson would like to invite our 2019 Seniors and parents to our Senior Breakfast and Clap Out on Friday, April 26th from 7:15am to 8:45 am in the Charlotte Anderson Library. The clap out will start at 8:15am. Come enjoy breakfast with our current and former faculty and staff and let our CAE choir celebrate you with a performance. We would love for you to bring some old photos to display, along with items from your college of choice and awards you may have received during your high school career.  Please wear your cap and gown, honor cords and stoles for the walk and photos!

Library March Madness - This week is the championship round.  Choose Night or The Hate U Give.  Go by the library this week to vote.

STAAR Testing - EOC English I testing is on Tuesday this week.  English II is on Thursday.  Good luck to all of our students taking one or both tests.

Week of Apr 1- 5, 2019

April 1 - 5, 2019

  • Prom tickets Info -  are now on sale through the end of this week for $80.00 a ticket.  Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches.  Sales end on Friday April 5th and on that day, tickets will be sold BEFORE SCHOOL ONLY. Please come by the finance office to purchase your tickets. Please note that Cash or Check are the only acceptable forms of payment for prom tickets.  Online payments with cards will NOT be accepted. 
  • Summer TCC Classes - Students who are interested in taking a summer school course at TCC for the Summer session should come to the counseling office during your lunch today, April 1st. Someone from TCC is here registering students for summer classes on April 1st. If you do not register today, you will not be able to take TCC summer courses.
  • Library Closed - The library is closed all week as we continue to host the English I boot camp. We will be open before and after school for those who need to check out a book or use a computer.
  • Boys Golf Accolades - Congratulations to the summit boys golf team for winning the bricklayer open this past Friday’s Saturday at the old brick yard golf course in Ferris. The golf team was lead by junior Caleb Romero who finished first overall. Also contributing to the 1st place finish were junior Lalo Tovar and sophomore jack Baker who tied for second individually. Great job summit golf. The golf team concludes its season this Thursday and Friday at the district tournament. Good luck summit golf.
  • UIL Speech & Debate Accolades - On Saturday, the UIL Speech/Debate team competed in district competition at Mansfield High School. Devine Nwoyoke placed 4th in Poetry and is the alternate for regionals, Bryan Machani placed 4th in Informative Speaking and is the alternate for regionals, and John Weaver placed first in Lincoln Douglas Debate and we will be advancing to regionals at UTA.
  • Boys Volleyball Tournament - Attention ALL Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program will be running our Michael Purgason Boy's 4 vs 4 Tournament on April 11th after school starting at 3:00pm! If you are interested and want more details, please contact Coach Alfaro or a volleyball player.
  • Open Gym - Attention ALL Volleyball Players: Volleyball Open Gym Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30.
  • New NHS Members - Attention Newly Selected NHS members: Many have not signed up on for the Remind listed on your acceptance letter. Remind is the primary communication method for NHS. Text S H S N H S 19 20 to 81010. Remember there is a new member meeting after school on April 11 in the Lecture hall. Induction on April 18
  • UIL Spelling Accolades - This past Saturday, UIL spelling dominated the district competition. 1st place was Kelsey Ohene-Gheni, 2nd place was Emma Suleman, 3rd place was Tristan Brinlee-Trotter and 5th place was Sophia Pham. The entire Spelling team advanced to regional competition for UIL!!! Congratulations to the Summit UIL spelling team!
  • Join Student Council - Do want to make your school a better place? Do you want to represent your peers in our community? Then a student leadership position is for you! If you are interested in running for a student body officer or class officer position you will need to attend a mandatory informational meeting during advisory either this Friday April 5th or Monday April 8th. The informational meeting will be held in room F5. Please see Ms. Shaffer for any questions.
  • Band Accolades - On Tuesday, the Summit HS Symphonic Band competed at the Region 5 Concert and Sight-Reading Evaluation at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts. The band earned a 1st division rating on stage and in sight-reading, earning them a Sweepstakes award. Congratulations to the Summit Symphonic Band!
  • Softball Accolades - Congratulation to both softball teams on their victories last night over Cedar Hill. The Varsity won 16-5 and the JV won 7-4. It was a great team effort in both games. Both teams will be in action Friday night, at home, against SGP starting with the JV at 5:15 and the varsity to following at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there!!
  • March Madness in the Library - The Library's March Madness is down to the Final 4. Will it be The Great Gatsby or Night? Will it be The Help or The Hate U Give? Your vote decides. See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details.
  • Visit the Go Center - Juniors--SAT and ACT signup deadlines are approaching! You have until April 6th to sign up for the May SAT, and May 3rd to sign up for the June ACT. Come visit the GO Center in the library to receive help with your signups! Open 5 days a week!

Week of Mar 25-29, 2019

March 25 - 29, 2019

  • Prom tickets - are now on sale through Friday March 29th for $70. Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches. The price goes up to $80 starting Monday April 1st through April 4th. Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches. Sales end on Friday April 5th and will be sold BEFORE SCHOOL ONLY.  Please note that Cash or Check are the only acceptable forms of payment for prom tickets. Online payments with cards will NOT be accepted. come by the finance office to purchase your tickets.

  • TAFE Fundraiser - Hello Summit! Monday and Tuesday, TAFE will be selling fresh popcorn in the cafeteria during all lunches for only $1. Please come support us and enjoy a tasty snack.

  • Powerlifting Accolades - This weekend Xavier Tolliver represented Summit High School at the State Powerlifting meet in Abilene. Going into the meet, he was ranked 20th in his weight division. On Saturday, he broke every Summit high school record for his weight division and finished the meet with a medal for 5th place in the state. Congratulations to Xavier Tolliver and the rest of the Summit boys powerlifting team for a great season!

  • Track Accolades - The JV boys finished 3rd overall at the Jaguar relays. They placed 1st in the Triple jump, 400m, & Shot Put. They also placed 2nd in the Discus, and 3rd in the 3200m, Pole Vault,4 x 1 relay, 800m, 110h, 300mH, & the 1600m.  The varsity boys finished 1st overall at the Jaguar relays. Zach Mitchell placed 1st in the 1600m, & 3200m. Calvion Porter placed 1st in both 110 Hurdles, & 300m Hurdles. Will Jones placed 1st in the 200m. The 4x2 relay team of Baker, Jones, Smith, Jones placed 1st. Tyler Hanes placed 1st in the Shot Put. We also placed 2nd in the 3200m,4x1 relay 800m,100m, & 1600m. & 200m.
  • Library Closed - The library will be closed all day today, tomorrow and Friday as we host an English I boot camp. We will continue to be open before and after school for those who need to check out a book or use a computer.
  • Yoga Club - It's Yoga Day! Yay! Join us in I-2 for a rejuvenating yoga practice Wednesday after school from 3:00 to 4:30. See you on your mat!
  • NHS Members - Attention Newly selected NHS members. Please join the remind listed at the bottom of the acceptance letter. It will be used to communicate information about Induction and will be used next year for all NHS items. Also, don't forget about the response notification needed for Induction.

  • Library Contest - The library's March Madness is down to the Elite 8. Visit the library either before or after school this week to vote for your favorites to advance to the next round. See Ms. Tahaney for details.

Week of Mar 18-22, 2019

March 18-22, 2019

  • Prom tickets Info -  are now on sale through Friday March 29th for $70.  Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches. The price goes up to $80 starting Monday April 1st through April 4th.  Tickets will be sold before school and during all lunches. sales end on Friday April 5th and will be sold BEFORE SCHOOL ONLY. Please come by the finance office to purchase your tickets. Please note that Cash or Check are the only acceptable forms of payment for prom tickets.  Online payments with cards will NOT be accepted.  come by the finance office to purchase your tickets.
  • Book Festival - The North Texas Teen Book Festival is this Saturday, March 23rd. All permission forms need to be returned to the library on Wendesday, March 20th. See Mrs. Tahaney for details about this field trip.
  • World Down Syndrome Day - TAFE invites all Students and Staff to Bring Out your MisMatched SOCKS on Thursday to support "World Down Syndrome Awareness Day" Because Our Differences are what Make US GREAT. Tweet your socks using@misdsummitjags.
  • Prom Fashion Show - Due to a lack of ticket sales the Prom fashion show has been canceled. If you have any questions please stop by room D7 and speak with Mrs. Johnson.
  • Senior T-shirts - If you pre-ordered a senior shirt please stop by room D7 to pick it up!! Also if you have not yet ordered a senior shirt there are still some available...just stop by room D7 to purchase one!!
  • March Madness in the Library - The SHS Library's version of March Madness is here. Vote each week to watch your favorite books advance in the tournament. See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details.
  • FCA Meeting - Please come join FCA this Friday morning at 7:00 in the lecture hall. We will have a guest speaker that you will not want to miss.
  • Attention all teachers - Thank you to everyone who filled out the google form from Mr. Peters. If you have not already filled out the form please have it completed by the end of the day on Thursday. If you have any questions please email Mr. Peters.
  • TAFE Fundraiser - Hello Summit! On Monday, March 25, and Tuesday, March 26, TAFE will be selling fresh popcorn in the cafeteria during all lunches for just $1 per bag. Please come support us and enjoy a tasty snack.
  • Sophomore Fundraiser - Any sophomore that has not returned their candy fundraiser money needs to do so to Mrs.Trevino in room G2 immediately or there will be a fine in your name.

Week of Mar 4-8, 2019

March 4 - 8, 2019

  •  Senior Diploma - Seniors, please scan the QR code that is in the Jag Room or in the hallways of J & K hall. This is to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma.
  • French Club Meeting - Bonjour to all the Frenchies! French club meets Monday after school in G4. It's Mardi Gras! Lehssay lay boh toh roolay! Let the good times roll!
  • Senior T-shirts - Seniors...this is your LAST CHANCE to purchase a Summit High School Senior t-shirt. Please bring your money and order form to room D7 TODAY if you want to secure a t-shirt. Long sleeve shirts are available.
  • Models Wanted - Seniors...We need male and female models of all sizes and heights to model prom attire for our prom fashion show March 20th. If you want to strut your stuff on the runway please come by room D7 to sign up!!
  • Senior Panoramic Picture - Seniors...Class picture day is Thursday March 21st during advisory. Picture price is $25 and will be available for purchase that day during ALL lunches. Be sure to purchase your Summit Senior Shirt and wear it on that day!!
  • NHS Applications Due - Attention Prospective NHS members: Applications are due no later than March 8. You must have teacher recommendations as well, make sure you have passed those out. Applications will not be accepted after Friday.
  • Prom Tickets - Prom tickets will be on sale starting Monday March 18th - Friday March 29th for $70. The price goes up to $80 starting Monday April 1st and sale ends Friday April 12th. Please come by the finance office to purchase your tickets.
  • Yoga Club Meeting - Yoga Wednesday! Come to room I-2 after school on Wednesday for our usual Deep Yoga practice. The last 20 minutes we will practice Yoga Nidra, a deep, guided meditation. Studies have shown that 15 minutes of Yoga Nidra is equal to one hour of REM sleep, and regular Yoga Nidra practice will help you sleep better at night. See you on your mat!
  • Prom Fashion Show - Attention Seniors our Prom Fashion Show will be Wednesday March 20th at 6:30pm in the commons!!! Tickets are only $2 and can be purchased from Mrs. Johnson in room D7
  • Senior Cap & Gown Info - If you did not get your cap and gown from Jostens in the Cafeteria, please come by Mr. Peters office by Friday to pick it up.
  • Book Festival - The North Texas Teen Book Festival is coming on Saturday, March 23rd. If you are interested in going to this FREE event, see Mrs. Tahaney in the library as soon as possible. Permission forms are due Wednesday, March 20th.
  • SEC College Panel - Students all across the DFW area are choosing to call universities within the Southeast home. We understand that the choice to go to college can be a stressful one, but we want to provide you a chance to ask questions and get answers about SEC schools. Many schools located in the Southeast will be participating in a panel-like discussion and we would love for you to join us! The event will be held Monday March 18th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the Mansfield ISD Center for Performing Arts.

Week of Feb 25 - Mar 1, 2019

February 25 - March 1, 2019

 

  • FROG Week - Get Ready for FROG Week! March 1st-March 8th our school will start a week long fundraising event called FROG week to help grant a wish of a child with health impairments in our community. FROG stands for Friends Reaching Out and Giving. The first opportunity for you to get involved will be March 2nd which is our annual Frost Frog Fun Run. Our goal is to have as many participants as possible, so bring your family and pets to run, jog or walk to help us kick off our week of fundraising at our school. By signing up you will receive a Frosty Frog shirt and a goody bag full of coupons! Scan one of the QR codes on posters around the school to get signed up. Let’s make a difference together!

  • Freshmen Course Selection - You will be meeting with your counselor this week to go over your course selections for next year. Your social studies teacher will bring you to the computer lab for registration. Make sure you bring your course selection sheet to the computer lab with you. It should be filled out before you arrive.

  • Summit Cheer Clinic - The Summit cheerleaders will be hosting a skills clinic for those preparing to try out for high school cheer. The clinic is free of charge. It will be held in the cheer room (J14) on the following dates: Monday, Feb 25 3-4:15; Thursday, Feb 28 4:45-5:45; Monday, March 4 3-4:15; Thursday, March 7 3:45-5:15’ Monday, March 18 3-4:16; and Thursday, March 21 3:45-5:15 Visit the Summit High School cheer website for further information.

  • Prom Dress Boutique - Senior ladies--is prom getting expensive? The woman's club of Ft. Worth is sponsoring a Prom Dress Boutique March 22nd and 23rd in Ft. Worth. The event allows you to get one dress per student with a completed info form and your student ID. Come by the counseling office for more info.
  • NHS Announcement - Attention prospective NHS members: This is a reminder that applications to join NHS are due by the end of next week. Make sure you have passed out your teacher evaluations.
  • Library Contest - Don't forget to participate in the library's contest "Celebrating Black Authors." This is the last week. There are prizes involved. See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details.
  • Boys Track Accolades -  The JV boys finished 1st overall at the Red Oak Relays. Aiden Armstrong placed 1st in the 200m & Martin Nguyen placed 1st in the 1600m. Marquis Sanders also placed 2nd in the 110 H, & Martin Nguyen placed 2nd in the 3200m along with Joshua Rico in the 800m. We also placed 3rd in the 4 x 200 relay, & 800m, 3200m.

    The varsity boys finished 1st overall at the Red Oak relays. We placed 1st in both the 4 x100 & 4 x 200 relays the teams of Smith, Rock, Jones, Jones & Baker. Jackson Cichon placed 1st in the 3200 m & 1600m, & 3rd in the 800m.Ty’Rik Merriweather placed 1st in the 800m. Zach Mitchell placed 2nd in the 3200m, & 800m, & 3rd in the 1600m. Jalon Rock placed 2nd in the 100m. Will Jones placed 1st in the 200m. & Calvion Porter placed 3rd in the 300 H & Anaiah Matthews placed 3rd in the 110.

  • Summit Talent Show - Don't forget, Y'all! Summit's Got Talent is this Friday, March 1 at 7pm in the commons! Come out to support these fine performers and get ready to vote for the winner! Tickets are now on sale in the choir room during advisory and all lunches for $5. Please come to J7 to get yours! Tickets will be available at the door for $7 and there will also be yummy concessions to purchase during the show. Please come to J7 if you have any questions!

  • Colorguard Accolades - This weekend, the Summit Colorguard performed at the NTCA Colorguard Contest. The JV Guard earned 4th place in their class, and our Varsity Guard earned 1st place, winning their class and was promoted to the next classification. Congratulations to our Summit Colorguard students on two outstanding performances!

  • Black History Month Celebration - Summit High School will have their First Annual All Day Black History Month and Cultural Diversity Awareness Program on Thursday February 28th in our very own PAC. Props to our Social Studies teachers who helped to make it happen through their classes. The program will present 4 dynamic speakers, one each block, with assorted sprinkles of Black history and cultural diversity.

  • Sons of Summit Meeting - Attention Sons of Summit, we will meet Tuesday in room C10.5 and STEP Team we will practice today in the Jag Room from 3:15 to 5:00 PM. Be on time! Come correct.

  • Cultural Diversity Week - We are observing our Cultural Diversity this week. Today, on stage, you'll see a map, post a dot on the map for where you are from - your culture and heritage. In addition, Seniors may post a STAR to indicate where they are going - school, trade, or military; Lastly, on Thursday the 28th, we're asking students to wear their cultural attire; clothing that represents your culture!

  • SEC College Panel - Attention Juniors and Seniors: Students all across the DFW area are choosing to call universities within the Southeast home. We understand that the choice to go to college can be a stressful one, but we want to provide you a chance to ask questions and get answers about SEC schools. Many schools located in the Southeast will be participating in a panel-like discussion and we would love for you to join us! The event will be held Monday March 18th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the Mansfield ISD Center for Performing Arts.

  • UIL Math Meeting - the Summit UIL Math team would like to meet you! We are having a short meeting in Mr. Fox’s room (H-14) after school on Wednesday Feb. 27 at 3:00 to discuss the Number Sense, Calculator, and Mathematic events and to find out which of these groups you would like to be a part of. We look forward to meeting with you!

Week of Feb 19-22, 2019

February 19 - 22, 2019

  • Freshman Course Selection -  Just a reminder that you will be meeting with your counselor next week, Feb. 28th-March 1st, for your course selections for next year. Make sure you fill out your course sheet and bring it with you to your social studies class next week.

  • FROG Week - Get Ready for FROG Week! March 1st-March 8th our school will start a week long fundraising event called FROG week to help grant a wish of a child with health impairments in our community. FROG stands for Friends Reaching Out and Giving. The first opportunity for you to get involved will be March 2nd which is our annual Frost Frog Fun Run. Our goal is to have as many participants as possible, so bring your family and pets to run, jog or walk to help us kick off our week of fundraising at our school. By signing up you will receive a Frosty Frog shirt and a goody bag full of coupons! Scan one of the QR codes on posters around the school to get signed up. Let’s make a difference together!

  • Track Accolades - The JV Boys finished 8th overall at the Bronco relays this past weekend. The Varsity boys finished 3rd overall at the Bronco relays. The 4 x 100 relay team of Smith, Jones, Rock, & Jones, placed 1st. The 4 x 200 relay team of Awotoye, Jones, Travis, & Smith, placed 2nd. Ty’Rik Merriweather placed 3rd in the 800m, Will Jones placed 2nd in the 200m, and Quenten Jones placed 3rd in the 100 m.

  • New Library Contest - The library has a new contest to celebrate Black History Month. Match the author to the book he/she wrote. The contest begins today and lasts through the end of the month. See Mrs. Tahaney if you are ready to play.
  • Powerlifting Accolades - The Summit Boys Powerlifting team hosted an 8 team meet last Thursday. Summit finished 1st place in the meet. The following received medals in their weight division: Micah Roberson - 2nd place, Calvion Porter - 2nd place, Kufre Upkong - 2nd place, Avary Davis - 2nd place,  Billy Fielder - 1st place,  Joseph Cartez - 1st place,  Xavier Tolliver - 1st place,  and Charles Ezenagu - 1st place.

  • Speech & Debate Accolades - The speech and debate team competed in a UIL tournament at Grandview High School on Saturday and the following students won awards: John Weaver placed 1st in LD Debate, Hayden Hartrick placed 4th in Prose, Bryan Machani placed 5th in Informative Speaking, and Devine Nwoyoke placed 6th in Persuasive Speaking. Congratulations to these students!

  • Destination Success Info - Join us this Saturday February 23rd from 8:30-12:30 at the MISD Center for Performing Arts for Destination Success!  This half-day of FREE College planning events, activities, and presentation is open to all MISD High School students in grades 9-12 and their parents.

  • Dual Credit Students - DCA is looking for volunteers to assist with MISD and AISD orientations for incoming dual credit students being held at TCC this May. If you are interested in being a voice for dual credit, please join us for the DCA meeting today from 3-4 in T-2 or speak to Professor Lail. Also, we are now signing up for a volunteer opportunity with Habitat for Humanity and stayed turned for more information on the upcoming Dual Credit Student Appreciation dress up week.

  • Cheerleading clinic - The Summit cheerleaders will be hosting a skills clinic for those preparing to try out for high school cheer. The clinic is free of charge. It will be held in the cheer room (J14) on the following dates: Monday, Feb 25 3-4:15; Thursday, Feb 28 4:45-5:45; Monday, March 4 3-4:15; Thursday, March 7 3:45-5:15’ Monday, March 18 3-4:16; and Thursday, March 21 3:45-5:15. Visit the Summit High School cheer website for further information.

Week of Feb 11-15, 2019

 February 11 - 15, 2019

  • AcaDec Accolades - This weekend your Summit Jaguar Academic Decathlon Team became regional champs by winning the regional Academic Decathlon Meet at Martin High School.  The team also placed 1st in the Additional Event of Super Quiz with a score of 31 points out of a possible 39. With the win Summit has Qualified for the state competition in March.  Summit will enter the Competition as the 12th place Large School out of the 40 that were selected.
  • Course Registration - Students, remember that Course Registration is going on this week. Juniors, you will be meeting with your counselor this week through your history classes. Freshman, you will be meeting with your counselor the week of Feb. 28th-March 1st. Remember to bring your course selection sheet with you to the computer lab.

  • Senior Graduation Info - Seniors, please scan the QR code that is in the Jag room or hallway intersection of J & K halls. This is to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma. Please do this as soon as possible. Thanks.

  • UIL Speech & Debate Accolades - The speech and debate team competed in a UIL practice tournament at Mansfield High School over the weekend and won the following awards: Jad Zeitouny- 1st in Persuasive Speaking, Bryan Machani- 1st in Informative Speaking, John Weaver- Top Speaker in LD, Patricia Rojas- 4th in Informative Speaking, Chelsea Angwenyi- 5th in Informative Speaking. Congratulations to these students!

  • SHS Library News - Come to the library this week for a "Blind Date with a Book." Are you interested? See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details. And . . . Don't forget to participate in our "Romantic Couples" contest. Last day is Feb. 13.

  • UIL Writing Accolades - The Ready Writing Team proudly represented Summit this weekend at the UIL Mansfield Meet of the Minds! Marcela Estrada took 6th place and Truth Hippman took 9th. Way to go Ready Writers!

  • FROG Week Info - Get Ready for FROG Week! March 1st-March 8th our school will start a week long fundraising event called FROG week to help grant a wish of a child with health impairments in our community. FROG stands for Friends Reaching Out and Giving. The first opportunity for you to get involved will be March 2nd which is our annual Frost Frog Fun Run. Our goal is to have as many participants as possible, so bring your family and pets to run, jog or walk to help us kick off our week of fundraising at our school. By signing up you will receive a Frosty Frog shirt and a goody bag full of coupons! Scan one of the QR codes on posters around the school to get signed up. Let’s make a difference together.

  • Yoga Club - Yoga Club will be meeting on Wednesday in Mrs. Guthrie's room, I-2. See you on your mat!

  • Summit New Podcast - Students and Faculty, don't miss the Summit News Podcast this week! The Jagwire staff sat down to interview assistant principal Mr. Pouncy about everything from off-campus lunch to his favorite movie. Go to mysummitnews.com to check it out!

  • Step Team Practice - STEP Team practice on Thursday. Be prepared to work as we are getting prepped for our performances next week. Also, your field trip permission slips are due next Tuesday.

  • Scholarship Info - Would you LOVE to earn a scholarship? Would you LOVE some free money? We would LOVE to see you earn some! So, on this day that celebrates LOVE, the counseling office wants to remind you that we would LOVE for you to sign up for the MISD multi-scholarship. The deadline is February 22nd and we would LOVE for you to complete this application during the LOVELY four day weekend we're all about to enjoy! Come by the counseling office and see the LOVELY Ms. Clark to get the QR code to sign up!

  • Girls Powerlifting Accolades - The Summit Girls Powerlifting team hosted a 7 team meet last night. Summit finished in 1st place in the meet.

 

Week of Feb 4-8, 2019

February 4-8, 2019

  • 2019-20 Course Registration Info - Students just a reminder that Course Registration is going on this week. Sophomores will be meeting with counselors this week during their history classes. Juniors will be meeting with counselors next week, Feb. 11-14th. Freshmen will be meeting with counselors Feb. 25th -March 1st. TCC US History A Day students will be meeting with their counselor on Friday, Feb. 8th.
  • UIL Math Meeting - We are having a short meeting in Mrs. Taylor’s room (H-8) after school on Wednesday Feb. 6 at 3:00 to discuss the Number Sense, Calculator, and Mathematic events and to find out which of these groups you would like to be a part of. We look forward to meeting with you!”
  • CTE Classes - If you are interested in careers such an EDUCATION, COUNSELING, FASHION DESIGN, BUSINESS, CULINARY please stop by PE2, J3, J4 to get information on your course selection before you register.
  • Summit Talent Show Info - Summit's Got Talent auditions will be after school Wednesday Feb 6 from 3-:30-5p in the SHS choir room-J7. Please come see Ms Ferrier to sign up to audition for this fun talent-filled tradition! Whether you are a singer, dancer, you play an instrument, or you have some mad magic trick skills, we REALLY want to showcase your talent! Remember, the auditions are Feb 6 from 3:30-5p in J7! Come see us and if you have any questions, please come on down and ask! The finals for Summit's Got Talent will be on March 1 in the SHS commons at 7p. Advanced tickets will be $5 and $7 at the door.
  • Library Contest - Students who check out a book on Monday or Tuesday of this week will take home a winter treat. The "Romantic Book Couples" contest doesn't end until Feb. 13. Go to the library and see what's going on!
  • Graduation Info - Seniors, please scan the QR code that is in the Jag room or hallway intersection of J & K halls. This is to verify the spelling of your name for your diploma. Please do this as soon as possible. Thanks.
  • AP Exams - Attention all students taking an AP exam. Payment for your AP exam will be due no later than March 1st. Please make payments to the bookkeeper during your lunch. If you are paying by check make the check out to Summit High School. If you have any questions please see Mr. Peters.
  • Yoga Club Meeting - Wednesday is Yoga Day! See you on your mat in Guthrie's room, I-2, after school!
  • DCA Meeting - Join DCA tomorrow, Thursday February 7th,  for a social networking event at ABC Coffee at 5:30. It is a chance to meet dual credit students from other Mansfield High School campuses and to generate ideas for the dual credit program. Get your voice heard! Also, don't forget that we have a DCA meeting today from 3-4 in T-2. Please see Professor Lail for details and with any questions.

Week of Jan 28 - Feb 1, 2019

January 28 - February 1, 2019

  • Senior Scholarship Opportunity - the MISD Multi-scholarship is open for you to apply. Come by the counseling center and scan the QR code if you need help finding the application. The deadline is February 22nd. Last year over 120 students received scholarships through this program. Apply today!
  • Ready Writing Meeting - Important Ready Writing Meeting on Tuesday, January 29 from 3:15-4:00 in Ms. Guthrie's room. Please attend if you are a Ready Writer or if you are interested in Ready Writing. Tuesday after school - Guthrie's room - I-2
  • Parent meeting for Drill team Tryouts - Are you interested in trying out for the 2019-2020 Sapphires Drill Team? If so, tonight is the last informational meeting located at the MISD Center for Performing Arts at 7:00pm. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in the Dance Room, Room J-14.
  • TCC US History - Please stop by the counseling office this week to pick up a Course Selection Sheet for 2019-2020. If you have TCC US History during 5th or 8th period, you will meet with your counselors this Friday, Feb. 1st in lab C5. If you have TCC US History during 4th period, you will meet with your counselor Friday, Feb. 8th in lab C5.**Remember TCC US History Students: stop by the counseling office this week to pick up your Course Selection Sheet.
  • 2019-20 Course Registration - Students it is almost time for 2019-2020 Course Registration. Counselors will be visiting the social studies classrooms this week and handing out course selection sheets. Sophomores will be meeting with their counselor the week of Feb. 4-8th to register for next year's courses. Juniors will be meeting with their counselors the week of Feb. 11-14th to register for next year's courses. Freshmen will be meeting with their counselors the week of Feb. 25-March 1st to register for next year's courses. If you are not sure about what level classes to take next year, ask your core teachers for their advice.
  • UIL Spelling Accolades - At the Flower Mound UIL tournament this past Saturday, Summit UIL spelling was victorious again, placing 4th for Emma Suleman, 5th for Kelsey Ohene-Gheni and 2nd place overall team. Congratulations Summit UIL spelling!!
  • Summit Powerlifting Accolades - the powerlifting team competed last week in a meet. The Summit girls finished 2nd place overall. The following girls won medals in their weight division: Kimberly Lai - 3rd place,  Chimdiadi Ezebingaya - 2nd place, Kelsey Ohene - 2nd place, Dominique Dinkin - 1st place, Hillary Massoh - 1st place, Joy Duru - 1st place
  • FCA Meeting -  FCA will be meeting Friday at 7:00 a.m. in the Lecture Hall.
  • Key Club Fundraiser - Come get your game on every lunch period this week by playing Ultimate Super Smash Brothers. Only $1.00 to play. Winner stays until beaten. Game on sponsored by Summit Key Club.
  • Summit UIL Math - the UIL Math  team would like to meet you! We are having a short meeting in Mrs. Taylor’s room (H-8) after school on Wednesday Feb. 6 at 3:00 to discuss the Number Sense, Calculator, and Mathematic events and to find out which of these groups you would like to be a part of. We look forward to meeting with you!”
  • Jag Swimming Info - Today and tomorrow, our 12 Jaguar swimmers and two divers will be participating at the 2019 UIL Region 1-6A Championships in Lubbock. We wish them the best at this tough competition. GO JAGS!!!

Week of Jan 21-25, 2019

January 21 - 25, 2019

  • College Fair - The Summit AVID Program will host a college fair here at Summit, after school today January 22nd. We will have 30 colleges, universities and vocational/specialty schools represented. They will be located in the commons and the halls around the cafeteria. This College Fair will allow for you to interact with admission representatives from a wide range of colleges. Again, the college fair will be here at Summit, on Tuesday, January 22nd, from 3pm-5pm. If you have any questions see Profe Diaz in T5.
  • Boys Basketball Accolades - The Varsity Boys Basketball team went to Lake Ridge Friday night and took down the 15th ranked Eagles 43-40 to keep themselves in play-off contention. Round two of district starts tonight at Mansfield High School. We need all of you there to support! Varsity girls start at 6:00 and Varsity boys play at 7:30. Be there and be loud!
  • Jag Swimming Accolades - Congratulations to our Jaguar swimmers and divers for their performances at last Saturday's UIL District 4-6A Championships!! Our Jaguar swimmers ended 3rd overall with a total of 12 regional qualifiers, 4 out of 6 relays on the top 3, 7 individual swimming events, two runner-up Divers and a new school record by Grace Mutterer in her 50 freestyle. Our next stop will be next week as we travel to Lubbock Texas to compete at the Region 1-6A Meet. Great Job Jaguar Swimmers and Divers and best of Luck!!!
  • Boys Basketball Accolades - Varsity basketball went to Mansfield last night and grinded out a 55-53 triple-overtime victory. The Jags have won crucial back-to-back games on the road, but we need all of Jag Nation out Friday night when we take on Grand Prairie here at 7:30. Plan to be here and be loud!
  • FCA Meeting - Friday at 7:00 a.m. in the Lecture Hall.
  • Yoga Meeting - Wednesday is Yoga Day! Meet in Guthrie's room, I-2, from 3:15-4:30. Cookies will be served after yoga practice. See you on your mat!
  • Dual Credit Ambassadors Meeting - Spring season is the best season to join Dual Credit Ambassadors. DCA is a student led organization that was designed for the specific needs of dual credit students. DCA members are responsible for leading summer sessions of MISD and AISD dual credit orientations. Last year we were able to work with 1300 incoming dual credit students and TCC has asked us to assist them again this year! In the meantime, we are currently planning for our annual celebration ceremony on April 8 in the ballroom of the TCC SE campus. Meetings are on Wednesday afternoons in room T-2. Please see Dual Credit Instructor Jamie Lail, also in T-2 for information. Join us!
  • Library Contest - The library has a new contest starting January 28th. . . Famous romantic couples in literature. There are prizes for both students and faculty members who participate. Pick up your contest paper next week, and see if you can name all the books for our fictitious couples. See Mrs. Tahaney for details.
  • Spring Tennis Workouts - Attention Tennis Players. If you are interested in playing tennis this Spring, after school workouts for tennis will start next Tuesday, January 29th. You must have a current physical on file to workout. If you have any questions see Coach McDonald in D11 or Coach Buck in C3.

Week of Jan 14-18, 2019

 January 14 - 18, 2019

  • Baseball Tryouts - Interested in trying out for baseball? There will be a meeting on January 16th in B1 for any and all wanting to tryout. If you cannot make the meeting, please see Coach Lyell in H11 during advisory.
  • Paying for TCC Classes - Attention all TCC students. Payment for your TCC classes are due on Friday, January 18th. Payment will be received at the bookkeeper's window before school or during lunch. You may pay by cash or check. If you pay by check please make the check out to Summit High School. If you have any questions about payments please speak with Mrs. Musselman or Mr. Peters.
  • Upcoming College Fair - The Summit AVID Program will host a college fair here at Summit, after school on January 22nd. We will have 30 colleges, universities and vocational/specialty schools represented. They will be located in the commons and the halls around the cafeteria. This College Fair will allow for you to interact with admission representatives from a wide range of colleges. Again, the college fair will be here at Summit, on Tuesday, January 22nd, from 3pm-5pm. If you have any questions see Profe Diaz in T5.
  • Final Exams for Last Semester - Attention students, if you have not taken your semester final you will need to do so by January 31st. Please make arrangements with your teachers to set up a time that will work for both of you. If you have questions please speak with the teacher/teachers whose final you will need to make up.
  • Yoga Club - It's the beginning of a new year. Take time to do something good for your mind, body, and and spirit. Yoga Club will begin meet regularly starting this Wednesday from 3:15-4:30 in the Dance Room. Cookies will be served after practice. See you there!
  • Choir Accolades - On Saturday, 3 Summit Choir students auditioned in the 4th & final round of the 2018-19 Texas Music Educators Association All -State Choir auditions. Over 20 THOUSAND students all over the state began this process back in September. Earning a spot in one of the TMEA ALL STATE ensembles is the highest honor a high school musician can achieve. We are so thrilled and incredibly proud of ALL THREE of our candidates as each one was named a 2018-19 TMEA All State Singer! Please congratulate these amazing musicians when you have a chance! Chandler Webb, Senior-Bass 2 Chair 8 TMEA ALL STATE TENOR/BASS CHOIR Marcela Estrada, Sophomore-Alto 1 Chair 5 TMEA ALL STATE TREBLE CHOIR Angel Reeve, Senior Soprano 2-Chair 2. Angel is now a THREE TIME ALL STATE MIXED CHOIR MEMBER!! What an INCREDIBLE ACHIEVEMENT FOR THIS ASTOUNDINGLY TALENTED YOUNG SINGER!
  • Band Accolades - This weekend, the Summit Band had 25 students compete at the Area B Auditions at Coppell High School. Of those 25 students, 8 earned the honor of being named a Texas All-State Musician. Those students are as follows: Stephanie Nguyen on Piccolo, Courtney Truong on Flute, Donovan Neal on Bassoon, Justin Lymburner on Trumpet, Ben Nia-coon-di, Isabella Garcia on French Horn, Adam Pham on Euphonium, and Cynai Hayes on Tuba. The Summit Band also had the most All-State Musicians in our District, Region, and entire Area! A huge congratulations to these students on this incredible achievement!
  • UIL Writing Team - It's UIL Competition Season, and Ready Writing is looking for more writers! We meet on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:00 and no experience is necessary. We're a friendly group. Join us if you would like to improve your expository writing.
  • UIL Spelling Team Accolades - Mrs. Waneck's UIL spelling team dominated again this weekend at the Joshua High School UIL tournament. In 2nd place was Emma Suleman, 3rd place was Kelsey Ohene-Gheni, 4th place was Tristen Brinlee Trotter, and 6th place was Sophia Pham. The spelling team also won 1st place overall for team. Congratulations UIL spelling!!
  • Step Team Meeting - STEP Team will meet Monday at 3:15 in room C 10.5 for their first official agenda meeting. It is a meeting for entire team, not just Leadership.
  • Sons of Summit Meeting - Sons Of Summit will meet on Tuesday, January 15 at 3:15 - 4:15 in room F6. The Sons will begin to mentor the Kenneth Davis MOD Squad in February, so the meeting will outline the who, what, when and how. Any former Davis MOD Squaders that are Freshmen are invited to attend.
  • Cultural Diversity Celebration Committee - If you are interested in being on the Summit Black History Month and Cultural Diversity Celebration Committee, please join us on Thursday, January 17th at 3:15 to 4:15 in room C 10.5 to discuss ideas and events to present and celebrate during the month of February.
  • Cheer Parent Meeting - There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to tryout for cheer or mascot for the 2019/20 school year Thursday 1/10 or Tuesday 1/15 at 7pm at the Center for performing arts. A parent must attend one of these 2 meetings.
  • Summer Job Opportunity - A Six Flags representative will be at Summit on Wednesday, January 16 during all three lunches to recruit students for their 2019 Job Fair.
  • Senior Prom - Seniors, Prom theme voting starts Wednesday during Advisory. Teachers please display the QR code sent to you by email so that your seniors can vote for the theme they like the best!!
  • Summit Love Committee Meeting -  Attn: Teachers and Sponsors of Clubs, Teams & Organizations: Mark your calendar to attend our 1st planning meeting for Summit Love In Action Day 2019. Last year’s SLIA was a great success, and one on which we want to build. We will meet on Wednesday, January 16 at 3:15pm in the Lecture Hall. If Wednesday afternoon is the normal meeting time for your club, and there is more than one sponsor, please ensure that at least one sponsor is present for the meeting. Please bring a friend and a leader/captain of your organization/club and come prepared with ideas on how we can beautify our campus and community. Thank you in advance.
  • Lady Jag Basketball Accolades - Congratulations to all three Lady Jag basketball teams for defeating Waxahachie on last night. Freshman score 57-18, JV score 46-36 and Varsity score 65-51. Way to go Lady Jags
  • FCA Meeting - FCA will be meeting Friday at 7:00 a.m. in the Lecture Hall
  • Swimming Accolades - Congratulations to our Jaguar Divers Christine Pham and Ben Nguyen for winning silver medal at the 2019 UIL District 4-6A competition!! Both divers earned a qualification for the Region 1-6A Championships in Lubbock Texas in 2 weeks!!Great Job!!
  • No School Jan 21 - Both faculty and students will not come to school on Jan 21 in observance of the MLK Holiday.

Week of Dec 17 - 20, 2018

December 17 - 20, 2018

  • Track Info - Attention Boys and Girls Interested in Summit Track. A meeting will be held on December 18, at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall for those interested in trying out for the track team.  This is the official track sign up meeting. Please bring a device to the meeting as you will need it to sign up.
  • French Club Meeting - Bonjour! The French club Christmas gathering is Monday after school in G 4. You don't want to miss the traditional French Christmas cake. "Ah bee-yen toe!"
  • Lost and Found - All items in Lost and Found will be cleaned out on 12/18/18. If you've lost anything, stop by the Counseling office to see if it's there.  Lost and Found is located in the Counseling Office.
  • Cheerleader Tryouts/Mandatory Parent Meeting - There will be a mandatory informational parent meeting for anyone wishing to tryout for cheer or mascot for the 2019-20 school year on Thursday January 10 or Tuesday January 15 at 7pm at the district's Center for Performing Arts building. A parent must attend one of these two meetings.
  • PSAT Scores are In - Attention Students: Your PSAT scores are currently available in College Board. You may log on to your College Board account to view your scores and see feedback from your PSAT test. If you would like to have your PSAT test booklet returned to you, please stop by the counseling office and scan the QR code. The booklet will be returned to your English teacher. Again, log on to your College Board account to access your scores. And stop by the counseling office to request your PSAT booklet. Thank you
  • Softball Tryouts - Attention all females that are interested in trying out for softball, but are not currently enrolled in the softball class...... Please come by H-15 (that's Coach Hale's room) during advisory this Tuesday or Wednesday to pick up tryout information so that you can get a physical and fill out paperwork during the Christmas Break.
  • Senior Quotes for Yearbook - Seniors, the Summit yearbook staff would love to have your senior quote for the yearbook! Please come by room J9 this week to give your quote!
  • TCC student text books -- Please turn in your issued book for your TCC class to the K Hall Office.
  • UIL Spelling Accolades - On Saturday, the UIL spelling team traveled to Ennis High school. They dominated the competition again, placing 1st place team for Spelling. Also, the 2nd place medal went to Emma Suleman, the 5th place medal went to Tristen Trotter, and the 6th place medal went to Kelsey Ohene-Gheni! Congratulations UIL spelling!
  • Baseball Tryouts - For those interested in trying out for baseball, please see Coach Lyell in H11 during advisory this week.
  • FCA Meeting - FCA will meet Thursday morning this week in the lecture hall at 7:00 a.m.

Week of Jan 7-11, 2019

January 7-11, 2019

  • Mandatory Cheer Meeting - There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to tryout for cheer or mascot for the 2019/20 school year Thursday 1/10 or Tuesday 1/15 at 7pm at the Center for performing arts. A parent must attend one of these 2 meetings.
  • Boys Basketball Accolades - The Varsity boys basketball team took down Cedar Hill last Friday night with a decisive 65-45 victory. We are back in action tonight at home against SGP- Varsity Girls at 6:00 and Varsity Boys at 7:30. Come cheer both teams on to victories.
  • TCC Classes - TCC classes will report to the library this week. Don't be late. Attendance will be taken.
  • Athletics Accolades - Congratulations to Ms. Traci for the recognition of the TSATA Region 4 Spotlight Recipient! Summit is Blessed to have an amazing an athletic trainer.
  • Scuba Club -  If you have ever thought about trying something new, here is your chance. Come check out the Summit Scuba Club. January 16th at 3pm in Rm I-16. Again, Summit Scuba Club will be having an informational meeting on January 16th in Rm I-16 at 3pm. See you there.
  • Girls Basketball Accolades - Congratulations to the Lady Jags varsity and freshman basketball teams. Varsity defeated South Grand Prairie 53-47 and the freshman defeated SGP 50-29. The Lady Jags next home games are Tuesday, Jan. 15th starting with varsity at 6:00. Please come out and support your lady jags

Week of Dec 10 - 14, 2018

December 10 - 14, 2018

Library Books - Students who check out a library book this week will also take home a treat. You can pick out a new book or renew one you already have.

Library Scavenger Hunt - The 12 Days of Christmas Library scavenger hunt starts today. Don't forget to pick up yours in the library. All students who complete a scavenger hunt by Dec. 20th will receive a prize. See Mrs. Tahaney for details.

Summit Track Info - Attention Boys and Girls Interested in Summit Track. A meeting will be held on December 18, at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall for those interested in trying out for the track team.  This is the official track sign up meeting. Please bring a device to the meeting as you will need it to sign up.

Yearbook Retake Pictures - will be on December 11th and 12th in the library. Faculty pictures will also be in the library on Wednesday, December 12th. To have your picture taken for the yearbook, please come to the library during your lunch or conference period on those days. Thank you!

Final Exam Exemptions - This is an announcement from the office of Mr. Peters. Exemptions will be made available for pick up on Dec. 10, during lunches, from your AP's office. If Mr. Pouncy is your AP you will pick up your exemptions from Mr. Peters' office. If you have Ben Barber PM you may pick up your exemptions before you leave for Ben Barber today. Exemptions are available to be picked up all week, but Monday, Dec. 10 will be the only day you may pick them up during your lunch. If you are unable to pick them up during your lunch on Dec. 10, you may pick them up during passing periods for the rest of the week.

Jag Swimming Accolades - Congratulations to our Jaguar swimmers for their performances at last weekend's AT THE TOUGHEST SWIM MEET OF THE YEAR, Mansfield Invitational!! Ashley Lien, Nina Lien, Andrea Alvarado, Helen Crosthwait, Grace Mutterer, Jad Zeitouny, Nick Nguyen, Nasim Muhammad, Mark Gonzalez and Nathan Chugito were the proud finalists. Lady Jaguars ended 10th out of 24 teams and our boys jaguars placed 7th overall out of 24 teams!!

TCC Classes Next Week - This is the final week of TCC classes.  All TCC  students will need to report to the library next week, Dec. 17 - 20, during their scheduled TCC class time.  Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each block.  Please plan accordingly.

Week of Dec. 3-7, 2018

December 3-7

EOC Make Up Testing - This week Summit students who have previously failed one or more EOC exam are scheduled to take those exams this week during class.  The tests are English I, English II, Biology, Algebra I and US History.  See Mr. Adams for more details.

TCC Classes for next year  - Any Student who is interested in taking TCC courses for the 2019-2020 school year please scan the QR code and fill out the interest survey. QR codes can be found in numerous places throughout the school.

Second Semester Schedules are Available - A preview of your second semester schedule will be available in Skyward Family Access beginning Friday, November 30th through Friday, December 7th. Please logon to your account during this time to review your second semester schedule. If you find an error or are requesting to apply for a level change, please pick up a schedule change form available in the counseling office on Friday, November 30th. These forms will be due by 3:00 pm on Friday, December 7th.  

Power Lifting Season has begun - Mandatory meeting next Thursday December 6th in the field house at 3:30. If you are interested in participating this year please make plans to attend. Also be sure to have an up to date physical on file or in hand when you attend as well as all online paper work. If you have any questions please see Coach Laborte in room C-8 during the first half of the school, or Coach Calhoun, Go JAGS!

Summit Volleyball Banquet: Our Volleyball Banquet is Wednesday December 12th at 6:30. Please turn in banquet form to Coach Alfaro by Thursday December 6th.

SHS Library - Celebrate with the library by participating in the 12 Days of Christmas scavenger hunt,  Starting on Monday, Dec. 10, you can pick up the scavenger hunt and the directions in the library.  All completed scavenger hunts will earn a prize, but you have to turn them into the library before you leave for the Holiday Break.

Week of Nov. 26 - 30, 2018

November 26 - 30 

  • AP Exams - Attention AP students. If you are planning on taking an AP exam for a class that you will not be enrolled in this year you will need to stop by Mr. Peters' office to sign up for that exam. Students will be responsible for the full cost of AP exams if they are not or will not be enrolled in the class this year. You will need to sign up for these exams by December 3rd.

  • AVID College Fair - AVID will host a second college fair, here at Summit, on Tuesday, November 27th during all lunches. This will be a great time for you to familiarize yourself with the college application process, talk to college recruiters and find great resources on your search for the perfect college. If you have any questions, please see or come by Prof. Diaz room, T5.

  • MISD Multi-scholarship Application - Seniors--Applications for the MISD Multi-scholarship are now open. A link was sent via the Counseling office's REMIND account. You can also find information on the MISD Website or come to the counseling office for more information. Last year 120 scholarships were awarded to MISD students through just this one application. Don't miss this one! 

  • Scholarship Challenge - Class of 2019--The Scholarship Challenge is underway. You have just a few days left to apply for five scholarships in the month of November and supply proof to the Go Center Reps in order to earn your prize grab bag! Get your applications in today! You can't win scholarships unless you apply. Set yourself a goal to apply for 1-2 scholarships each week. If you need ideas for scholarships, go to the Go Center or the Counseling Office website. 

  • TCC Courses - Any Student who is interested in taking TCC courses for the 2019-2010 school year please scan the QR code and fill out the interest survey. QR codes can be found in numerous places throughout the school.

  • Second Semester Preview - A preview of your second semester schedule will be available in Skyward Family Access beginning Friday, November 30th through Friday, December 7th. Please logon to your account during this time to review your second semester schedule. If you find an error or are requesting to apply for a level change, please pick up a schedule change form available in the counseling office on Friday, November 30th. These forms will be due by 3:00 pm on Friday, December 7th. 

  • FCA Meeting - FCA will be meeting this Friday in the lecture hall at 7:00 a.m.

  • Powerlifting Meeting - Power Lifting Season is upon us, and with that being said we will have our Mandatory meeting next Thursday December 6th in the field house at 3:30. If you are interested in participating this year please make plans to attend. Also be sure to have an up to date physical on file or in hand when you attend as well as all online paper work. If you have any questions please see Coach Laborte in room C-8 during the first half of the school, or Coach Calhoun, Go JAGS!

Week of Nov. 12 - 16, 2018

November 12-16

  • Food Delivery - Please be aware that students are not allowed to order food from ANY delivery service. If you wish to have food delivered please have your parents bring the food and they’ll have to bring it during your lunches or passing periods only. Parent must communicate with the student when they arrive. Front office will not send a pass to have the student taken out of class to pick up the food, the goal is to not disturb the lecture in class. Also, parents cannot drop off the food at the front office for the student, communication must be made between student and parent. STUDENTS please remember that you are not to walk out of the building to pick up the food. Please have parent come inside to deliver your food.

  • Girls Soccer Interest - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer this year, you must attend a meeting on Wednesday, November 14 in G11 at 3:00.

  • UIL Tournament - At the Bowie UIL tournament on Saturday, Mrs. Waneck's Spelling team swept the competition, placing 1st place: Emma Suleman, 2nd place: Kelsey Ohene-Gheni, 3rd place: Sophia Pham, 4th place: Tristen Brinlee-Trotter, and 6th place: Chelsea Angwenyi. We also won 1st place team since we dominated all of the scores! Congrats Summit Spelling!

  • Congrats Jaguar Swimmers - Congratulations to our Jaguar swimmers for their performances at the TISCA Non-Q swim meet last Saturday. Our lady Jaguars finished 5th out of 15 teams and our boys swimmers finished 8th out of 19 teams. Our Jaguar swimmers of the meet are Caitlin Hooks and Nathan Chugito. Great job Jaguar swimmers!!

  • FCA Meeting - FCA will be meeting this Friday in the lecture hall at 7:00 a.m.

  • Special Yoga Practice - This Wednesday we will have a special Thanksgiving Yoga Practice in the dance room at 3:15. We will have our usual 45 minutes of Deep Yoga for strength followed by 15 minutes of Yin for stretching, and then will have a special Yoga Nidra Practice for relaxation and stress relief. Many researchers believe that 15 minutes of Yoga Nidra equals one hour of REM sleep. It is a restorative practice that leaves you feeling rested and refreshed. Please join us and begin the holiday season relaxed! See you on your mat Wednesday at 3:15.

  • Prairie View A&M University Interest - Are you a senior planning on attending Prairie View A & M next fall? Then this scholarship is for you!  Prairie View A & M University has partnered with MISD and is offering multiple scholarships to MISD students. The scholarship is a one time non-renewable $5000 scholarship. See the counseling office or the Go Center for an application. The deadline to apply is December 5th.
     
  • AP Exams - Attention AP students. If you are planning on taking an AP exam for a class that you will not be enrolled in this year you will need to stop by Mr. Peters' office to sign up for that exam. Students will be responsible for the full cost of AP exams if they are not or will not be enrolled in the class this year. You will need to sign up for these exams by December 3rd.

  • Toys for Tots Reminder - Don't forget to bring in Toys for the Toys for Tots drive!!! The first round of pick up will be this Friday - November, 16th! Our goal is 2000 toys! BRING TOYS THIS WEEK!!!!!!

  • Recycling Day - There will be recycling today! Teachers don't forget to put out your green bins - Jags if you need community service hours or just love to help out, come to E1 after school today and help with recycling! Make the world a better place!

Week of Nov 5-9, 2018

November 5 - 9, 2018

Boys Soccer - If you are a 9th or 10th grader and would like to try out for the boys soccer team you must come see coach Bravo in room G11 before school by the end of this week. You must have not failed any classes or have had discipline referrals.

Girls Soccer - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer this year, you must attend a meeting on Wednesday, November 14 in G11 at 3:00

Yoga Club - The Yoga club will not be meeting this week. Join us next week in the dance room at 3:15 for a special Thanksgiving yoga practice. We will practice our usual deep yoga but will practice yoga nidra the last 15 minutes. Yoga nidra is a restorative, meditative practice that relaxes the body and mind and relieves stress. It is widely believed that 15 minutes of yoga nidra equals one hour of REM sleep. So come get some much needed stress relief and rest with us on Wednesday, November 14!

Theater Arts - This week, Summit Theatre presents the slapstick comedy, "Noises Off".  Come join us this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 7PM in the Summit PAC.  Tickets are $5 at the door. See you there!

FCA Meeting - FCA will be meeting this Friday in the lecture hall at 7:00 a.m.

Veterans Day Lunch - Our Veteran's Day Luncheon will be on Friday, November 9th, from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM - all three lunches. A catered lunch will be provided free of charge for all veterans. We will also perform an oath of office. So, if you are a staff member that is a veteran or have a family member that is active duty or a veteran, please stop by C10.5 to provide that information to Dr. McCombs so that he may send an official invitation.

Summit Girls Rock Club - Attention Attention Summit Girls Rock Will Meet Today, Wednesday, November 7 In Room D15-A From 3:00 - 4:00 pm. See You There.  

Boys Basketball - Freshmen tryouts for boys basketball will be held on Saturday, November 10 at 8 am. All participants must be cleared by the athletic trainer and passed all their classes the 2nd six weeks. Students will need to bring their report card to verify they are eligible.

Boys Basketball Game - Come out to support your Boys Basketball team, this Saturday, November 10 as they play at home at 6 pm. There will be a full day of games beginning at 10 am, with your Summit Jaguars being the headliner matching up against the state ranked, South Oak Cliff Golden Bears. Come out and be loud for the boys basketball season opener on Saturday at 6 pm.

Volleyball Awards - Congratulation to the following volleyball team members for receiving 7-6A All-District volleyball honors:

  • Anna George (1st Team All-District),
  • Chi Chi Egbe (2nd Team All-District),
  • Haley Harvey & Sara Dyl (Honorable Mention),
  • KeKe Brooks, Sara Dyl, Anna George, Haley Harvey, Misrah Memon, Kylie Miles, Zoe Najar, Peyton Sursa, Mi'Kayla Woodard (All District All Academic)

Week of Oct 29 - Nov 2, 2018

October 29 - November 2, 2018

Senior Dress Up Week - Remember Tuesday is Squad Day so make sure you Rep your Crew; Wednesday come dressed in 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 8i0, 90’s, or 2000’s attire; Thursday is Senior Citizen Day.  So dress like your grandparents. Remember to wear your senior t-shirt on Friday!!

French Club Meeting - Did you know that you can still go to the Moulin Rouge in Paris and see Vegas-style dance shows? Come check out French club after school Monday in G4.

MISD's College and Career Night will be held on Monday, October 29th at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.  High school students and their parents are encouraged to attend. Almost 200 college, technical school and military representatives will be available to answer questions about their respective programs and campuses. Register online at www.GoToCollegeFairs.com . All teachers also have registration info. If you have any questions please come to the counseling center. Register today! 

Outside Food and Drinks - STUDENTS:  Please be aware that students are not allowed to order food from ANY delivery service. If you wish to have food delivered please have your parents bring the food and they’ll have to bring it during your lunches or passing periods only. Parent must communicate with the student when they arrive. Front office will not send a pass to have the student taken out of class to pick up the food, the goal is to not disturb the lecture in class.  Also, parents cannot drop off the food at the front office for the student, communication must be made between student and parent. STUDENTS please remember that you are not to walk out of the building to pick up the food. Please have parent come inside to deliver your food.

Student Parking - Senior Parking Spot Painting Make-up day is this Saturday at 10am...come early to get the spot you want. First come first serve. If you haven’t paid yet spots are $50each. Bring your payment and design to Mrs. Johnson in room D7 by Friday November 2nd. 

College and Career Sign up - Teachers....Please allow your advisory classes to have 5 minutes to sign-up for College & Career night. Check you email from Mrs. Lange sent this morning and open the attached flyer on your screen. Allow students to scan the QR code. The registration directions are to the left of the QR code. Please instruct students to "screen shot" their bar code for the event. They will need to present this bar code at the event. Thank you! 

Yearbook Photos - Students, school pictures are scheduled for November 12th and November 13th. If you're interested in purchasing school pictures, you can go to the library or the front offices and pick up an order form. 

ACT Practice Cancelled - Attention students, there will be no ACT practice after school on Wednesday. ACT practices will resume next week on Wednesdays right after school in room F3

Summit’s Great Pumpkin Contest Winners:

  • 1st Place: “Scream!” from Mr. Ramon and the Art Department
  • 2nd Place: “Mummified Pumpkin” from the Ms. Sandoval and the Attendance Office
  • 3rd Place: “Cyclops Pumpkin” from Victoria Henderson

   Congratulations to all of the winners, and a big THANK YOU to all who participated!  HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!

Dual Credit Opportunities - Would you like to earn college credit in high school or take specialty courses that can enhance your career? Come join us Monday November 5th at the MISD Center for performing arts as we explore the multiple dual credit opportunities and two new specialty courses we offer in Mansfield ISD! We will discuss the programs offered, the registration process, and equip you with the information needed to successfully enroll in the program that's right for you.  We will have a general session starting at 6:30 followed by a breakout session geared to special interests.

   Breakout session will be 7:15-8:00 and include the following options:

  • Option #1- Early College High School
  • Option #2- iStart Academy & Parent Q & A
  • Option#3- Education Academy
  • Option #4- CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
  • Option #5- EduDrone

   If you're planning to take the December 1st SAT exam you need to register by the deadline which is this Friday, November 2nd. Sign up TODAY! If you qualify for a fee waiver be sure to come request that in the counseling office.  

Multi-Cultural Club -  will meet in room J4 during advisory on Thursday.

FCA Meeting - FCA will be meeting this Friday in the lecture hall at 7:00 a.m.

December SAT information - If you're planning to take the December 1st SAT exam you need to register by the deadline which is this Friday, November 2nd. Sign up TODAY! If you qualify for a fee waiver be sure to come request that in the counseling office.  

LEGO Club - will meet on Monday from 3-4 in the library.  See you there!

Week of Oct. 22-26, 2018

October 22 - 26, 2018

Senior Cap & Gown Info:  Jostens will be on campus taking your announcement and cap and gown orders on Wednesday & Thursday Oct 24th & 25th.  They will be set up on the stage inside the cafeteria during all lunches.  You will need to bring your first payment of $100.00 to place your order.  Extra packets are in the main office, if you need one.  Seniors, if you have not yet purchased your class ring, you can order your ring at this time as well.  Design your ring at www.jostens.com print your order form and bring it with your other forms

AVID College Fair: Next Wednesday, the Summit AVID Program will host a college fair here at Summit, during all 3 lunches. We will have 30 colleges, universities and vocational/specialty schools represented. They will be located in the library and the halls around the cafeteria. This College Fair will allow for  you, the student, to interact with admission representatives from a wide range of postseconday institutions. Again, the college fair will be here at Summit, next Wednesday during all lunches. If you have any questions see Mr. Diaz in T5.

UIL Prose Meeting: IF you are interested in UIL Prose, please come to G-9 after school on Thursday for more information.

Yoga Club: Feeling stressed? Want to build muscle while increasing flexibility and improving balance? Let's do some yoga together in the Dance Room on Wednesdays from 3:15-4:30. Cookies provided after yoga practice.

Choir Honors: Yesterday, 22 SHS 9th and 10th grade choir students auditioned for the TMEA Region 5 Honor Choir which will perform in concert on Saturday Nov 17 at 5pm at the MISD Center for Performing Arts. Please congratulate these 10 singers  for a job well-done! We are so proud of you!!

  • ASHLEY GRANDIA, SOPRANO CHAIR 8
  • KYLIN KALMOE, SOPRANO CHAIR 4
  • ANYSSA MCDONALD, ALTO CHAIR 4
  • MARILU MARQUEZ, ALTO CHAIR 11
  • MONIQUE GONZALES ALTO CHAIR 6
  • ISAAC DENOVA, TENOR CHAIR 6
  • JUSTIN JEFFERIES, TENOR CHAIR 9
  • CRISTIAN GONZALEZ, TENOR CHAIR 10
  • HAYDEN WRIGHT, TENOR CHAIR 16
  • AMIR GHAZNAVI, BASS CHAIR 6

Senior Dress Days next Week: Remember senior week dress up days are next week.  Monday is middle school monday, so dust off your best middle school outfits.

French Club: Did you know that in France, the Mona Lisa is called "Lah Jokond"? Come check out French club after school on Monday, Oct. 29 in G4.

FAFSA Information: Seniors, if you still need assistance with either FAFSA or ApplyTexas, AVID will be available during the parent conference times today and tomorrow in the C2 computer lab. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Diaz in T5. 

Parent conferences are Thursday from 4:30-7:30pm and again on Friday from 7 - 10:30am.  There will be no school for students on Friday, Oct. 26th.

Week of Oct 15-19, 2018

October 15 - 19

Summit Choir Accolades - On Saturday, 9 summit HS Choir students auditioned for one of 3 TMEA region 5 Honor Choirs and ALL 9 singers made the All-Region HOnro Choir, which is the top honor choir in Region 5!!  We are so proud of you!!  Please congratulate these hard-working, talented, kind, loyal, and dedicated choir students for their incredible achievement and for representing Summit HS and the MISD so very well!

  •  Angel Reeve, Chair 1 Soprano 2
  • Bible Nwabuokei, Chair 15 Soprano 2
  • Marcela Estrada, Chair 7 Alto 1
  • Veronica Lindsey, Chair 7 Alto 2
  • Ashley Webb, Chair 17, 1st Alternate to Round 3
  • Justin Jolly, Chair 5 Tenor 1
  • Jarrail Stevens, Chair 9, Tenor 2
  • Chandler Webb, Chair 11 Bass 2

 LEGO Club - The LEGO club will meet today and every Monday from 3-4 in the library.  All students are invited to join the fun!

Volleyball Accolades - Congrats to our 9th grade A volleyball team for defeating Cedar Hill Friday Night!  Way to go girls!  Our next match is at Mansfield on Tuesday October 16th.  Varsity starts at 5:30, while JV and 9th grade A teams start at 6:30.  Our next HOME match is Friday October 19th against South Grand Prairie.  Again Varsity starts at 5:30 while JV and 9th grade A teams start at 6:30.

Multi-Cultural Meeting - The Multi-Cultural committee will meet Wednesday during Advisory, in J4.  

Senior SAT Info -  If you have scored at least a 1250 on SAT or a 26 on the ACT, you are eligible to attend an exclusive invitation-only event at the University of Texas at Arlington.  The event, called the SEnior Academic Excellence Day, is held three times throughout the year and the next one is Friday, November 9th.  If you are qualified, come to the counseling center and see Ms. Atkinson for an invitation.

Southern University on campus - Any seniors interested in attending Southern University are invited to attend an informational meeting this Wednesday October 17th from 6:30-8:30 at Hamilton Park United Methodist Church in DAllas.  The evening will be full of information about admissions, financial aid, scholarships, and application fee waivers.  To attend or for more information, come by the counseling office and ask for a Southern Invitation.

AP Testing Info -   This is your final reminder that AP Opt-out forms are due to Mr. Peter’s office on Monday, October 15th by 3 pm.  If forms are not received by this time it is assumed that you plan on taking all AP tests for every corresponding AP class.  There will be a spring AP test enrollment for those AP classes that are offered next semester.  If you would like to sign up for an AP test but you are not enrolled in the corresponding class, you may see Mr. Peter’s after October 15th.

Swimming Accolades - Congratulations to our Summit Swimmers for their performances at Saturday’s Arlington Invitational.  Congratulations to our swimmers for the meet Charles Bryant and Isabel Moreno.  Special congratulations to our freshman diver Benedict Nguyen who placed 1st and achieved an All-American qualifying score at the 2018 Dick Wilson Diving INvitational this weekend.  Great Job!!!

K-Pop Club - Do you like kpop and want to learn the choreography from your favorite performers?  Then come join the Kpop club every Tuesday after school from 3:05 to 4:00 in Room J-14.  We will teach you step by step moves to cover any song from popular groups and soloists.  For more information, see Mrs. Wilson in room H-1.

Sons of Summit -  will meet Tuesday from 3-4 pm in room F-6

Summit Fundraiser - Golden Chick on Turner Warnell has a Summit Thang Fundraiser, Tuesday, from 5-8 pm.  All purchases come with free ice cream.  Stop by!

Seniors with Acceptance Letters - Seniors if you have an acceptance letter to college or a trade school or are joining the military once you leave Summit, look for the QR code in the cafeteria or Jag Room to fill out your information!

UT at Arlington Event - Attention Seniors: If you have scored at least a 1250 on SAT or a 26 on the ACT, you are eligible to attend an exclusive invitation-only event at the University of Texas at Arlington.  The event, called the SEnior Academic Excellence Day, is held three times throughout the year and the next one is Friday, November 9th.  If you are qualified, come to the counseling center and see Ms. Atkinson for an invitation.

Girls Basketball Tryouts - Summit Lady Jag Basketball Try-outs will begin Wednesday, October 17th at 6:30 am.  In order to try-out you must have a current physical, have passed the first six weeks and not have any behavior referrals.  Please see Coach Gillum, Coach Thomas, Coach Denning, or Cach Parker if you are interested.

Great Pumpkin Contest - It’s that time of the year for Summit’s Great Pumpkin Contest!!  Individuals and groups are encouraged to enter a decorated pumpkin into this year’s contest.  Pumpkins are not to be carved, but can be decorated, painted, and accessorized! For complete rules check out the flyers posted in the commons, jag room, stairwells, and department bulletin boards.  Pumpkins are due for judging Tuesday, October 23rd at 11:00 am on the Commons Stage. Please see Mrs. Taylor- Jenkins if you have any questions. We can’t wait to see those gorgeous gourds!

Senior Picture Retake Days - Attention Seniors: Thursday and Friday have been designated as Senior Picture Days.  Any senior who did not come during the summer to take their yearbook photos can come to the library during their designated lunchtime this Thursday or Friday to have their picture made.


Week of Oct 8 - 12, 2018

October 8 - 12

Green Team Club - Recycling will NOT be taken out this week due to the impending weather.  Please keep everything until next Tuesday.

Freshman Planning Meeting - Freshman!!! Do you want to get involved? Come to a Freshman planning meeting Thursday after school in E1! We need your help for HOMECOMING! The meeting will be brief!

National Honor Society - will meet on Thursday in F1 after school.  Please plan to attend. You need to message or email Mr. Schrodt before the meeting if you can not make it. 

Seniors with Acceptance Letters - Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or a university, Mr. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter. Please bring it to T5 as soon as you can!

AVID College Fair - AVID will host a COLLEGE FAIR here at Summit High School, during all lunches, on Wednesday, October 24th. We will have 32 different types of colleges, universities and vocational schools in the library and surrounding areas in the cafeteria. See Mr. Diaz in T5 if you have any questions.

FAFSA/Apply Texas Info - During the week of October 9th through the 11th, AVID will Host: FAFSA and ApplyTexas NIghts from 3pm - 5pm in the C-Hall Computer Labs.  This event is open to all Summit Seniors.  On October 11th 2018, at 4:00 pm, AVID will Host a FAFSA & FAFSA Verification Workshop with Miss Shannon Shaver, our UTA Admissions Counselor.  THis event is open to all Summit Seniors.  Again BOTH events are open to all Summit Seniors.  See Mr. Diaz in T-5 for more information!

School-wide Testing - Wednesday, October 10, is the MISD Day of testing for all high school students.  Seniors will take the ASVAB which is used for career exploration for high school and college students.  Students will also be given an interest inventory that is designed to help them consider a college major and learn more about their personality.  No MISD student is required to speak with an armed services recruiter.  If you are not interested in taking the ASVAB, absences will count against your exemption status.  However, arranging a college visit and returning with the required documentation would not impact your exemption status.

AP Exam Info - Attention students enrolled in any AP classes--All students enrolled in an AP class will be automatically signed up for the corresponding AP exam for that class.  The cost of each exam is $25.  For students on free or reduced lunch the cost will be $12.  These fees will be automatically charged to your Skyward account unless you opt out of taking the exams.  To opt out ask your AP teacher for an opt out form, fill it out with a parent signature, and return it to Mr. Peters’ office before October 15th.  If you don’t opt out, you’ll be signed up for the test and will need to plan to take the test.  Any student who doesn’t opt out and doesn’t take the exam will be charged the full fee for the exam which is $94 plus a $15 test return fee.  Again, this is only for AP students.  If you have any questions, please ask your AP teachers or see Mr. Peters. 

TAFE Club - ALL TAFE (taffy) Members who have not returned unsold tickets or money by This Friday (October 12) will be responsible for the full cost. PLEASE come see Ms. Hollinger in PE 2 before the bell rings Friday.

TAFE Fundraiser - Find a TAFE (taffy) MEMBER today through Friday to purchase your Apple bee's Breakfast Ticket for THIS SATURDAY Oct. 13 from 8 to 10 AM in Mansfield.. We CAN't Wait to see  you all there... 

Girls Basketball Tryout Info - Summit Lady Jag Basketball Try-outs will begin Wednesday, October 17th at 6:30 a.m. In order to try-out you must have a current physical, have passed the first six weeks and not have any behavior referrals. Please see Coach Gillum, Coach Thomas, Coach Denning or Coach Parker if you are interested.

Pink-Out Day - Hey Students!  Friday is Pink-out at Summit HS.  Fill the hallways with the color PINK to support Cancer awareness and our Football team as they play Cedar Hill.

Step Team Info - This is the last call for joining the STEP Team ranks. We practice on Monday & Wednesday, from 3:15 – 5 PM. Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for practice. We’ll see you MONDAY.

Student Leader Ambassadors – Clubs and organization sponsors are asked to provide student leaders / officer names to Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor-Jenkins through email. Our Ambassador meetings will begin Wednesday, October 17th in the lecture hall, during Advisory.

Sons Of Summit – Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 16h from 3 – 4 PM in Room F6

Week of Oct 1 - 5 , 2018

October 1 - 5 

  • Summit Counseling Corner - The Summit Counseling office would love to celebrate your college admissions and scholarship wins!  Please follow us on Twitter at @jagcounseling.  When you win a scholarship or get admitted to a college, we’d love to know and celebrate you on Twitter.  Tweet us, stop by the counseling center, or email Mrs. Atkinson at melanieatkinson@misdmail.org.  We’ll come take a picture and tweet it out so we can all celebrate the great stuff happening with the Class of 2019.
  • Volleyball Accolades - Congrats to ALL our volleyball teams for sweeping Grand Prairie High School Friday night!  Way to go girls!  Next Match is today at HOME against DeSoto for our Pink OUt and MIddle School Match!  Hope to see you there!  Varsity and 9th grade B teams start at 5:30, and JV and 9th grade A teams start at 6:30.
  • UT at Arlington Event - Attention Students: If you’re a high-achieving senior who is interested in attending UT Arlington, you may want to sign up for one of the Senior Academic Excellence Days coming this fall.  IF you have scored at least a 1250 on your SAT you can attend.  Why go to this event?  There is a nice lunch, student panel, mock college class and free stuff.  And who doesn’t like free stuff?  If you are interested in attending, see Mrs. Atkinson in the counseling center.
  • Pride Club Meeting - Pride club will meet from 3-4 this Wednesday in G-9.  We will be discussing LGBTQ characters in books, movies, tv shows, music, and other media.  Bring information about your favorite one and join in the fun!
  • Step Team - There is practice this week, Monday and Wednesday, from 3:15-5 pm in the Jag Room.  Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for practice.
  • Pink-Out Shirts Available - Attention all Summit Jags!  PInk out shirts are now available for pre-order!  Shirts come in short sleeve for $15 and long sleeve for $17.  You can complete your order by turning in your money to Ms. Shaffer in F-5.  Deadline for pre-order of shirts is this Thursday October 4th.
  • FCA Meeting - FCA will meet Friday morning at 7 am in the lecture hall.  Senior DJun Taylor will be speaking.
  • Seniors with Acceptance Letters - Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or a university, Mr. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T5 as soon as you can!
  • FAFSA/Apply Texas Info - During the week of October 9th through the 11th, AVID will Host: FAFSA and ApplyTexas NIghts from 3pm - 5pm in the C-Hall Computer Labs.  This event is open to all Summit Seniors.  On October 11th 2018, at 4:00 pm, AVID will Host a FAFSA & FAFSA Verification Workshop with Miss Shannon Shaver, our UTA Admissions Counselor.  THis event is open to all Summit Seniors.  Again BOTH events are open to all Summit Seniors.  See Mr. Diaz in T-5 for more information!
  • Swim Team Meet - What Time Is IT??  It’s Swim Time!! Today our Jaguar swimmers will begin their swim meet seasons as they face Arlington Seguin!  Come and Cheer for our team!!!  Competition will start at 6:30 pm at the MISD Natatorium right behind Newsom Football Stadium.  GO JAGS!!!!
  • STUCO Challenge - Attention all Summit Students and Teachers! It is time for a class war! The Nation’s homeless population is constantly at risk of serious foot disease and during winter months are in severe danger posed by the cold weather. Join STUCO as we participate in Socktober where we will be collecting new socks of all sizes, colors, and patterns to donate to homeless shelters starting Tuesday October 9th through the end of October. Donation bins will be on the stage and ready for collection during all lunches. The class who collects the most socks by the end of October will win a Pajama Dress Up Day! Let’s prove that Jag Nation can make a difference and help our community.
  • LEGO Club - Don’t forget!  The LEGO club meets on Mondays from 3-4 in the library.  Hope to see you there.
  • TAFE - will meet Friday October 5th during ADvisory in room PE-3 to discuss upcoming service activities and opportunities to compete December 1 at the TAFE Regional Conference.  Come by PE-2 or see Ms. Hollinger by Friday morning to pick up your pass.
  • Library Contest - The library has a new family literacy contest.  It’s a library scavenger hunt.  Go by the library and pick up your scavenger hunt today.  You and your family have to complete the activities by November 2nd in order to collect your prize.  For questions, see Mrs. Tahaney.

Week of Sept 24 - 28, 2018

September 24 - 28, 2018

The LEGO club -  meets every Monday from 3-4pm in the library.  See you there!

Prairie View A&M Info - Are you a junior or senior interested in attending Prairie View A&M University?  Come learn about all the wonderful things Prairie View A&M as to offer!  Panther Pride informational night will be Wednesday September 26th at 6:30 at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts.  Register using the code sent out via the link sent out through the counseling office Senior Remind.  If you haven’t signed up for the counseling office senior remind, text @summit2019 to the number 81010.  If you have any other questions, stop by the counseling office.

TCC Biology Info - Attention TCC Biology students: TCC Biology Lab Manuals can be picked up in the K-Hall Office.

Pre-AP and AP Info - Attention students: Level change request forms are now available in the counselor’s office.  If you are wanting to move from an on level class to a Pre-AP/AP class or you are wanting to move from a Pre-AP/AP class to an on-level class, please stop by the counselor’s office and pick up a form.  This form must be completed in its entirety and returned by October 1st.

Library Contest - This is the last week to participate in the Family BINGO contest.  Bring your completed BINGO card to the library on Thursday, Sept 27th to claim your prize.

UIL Science -  needs a team of Bright minded students to compete in UIL Academic competitions.  If you are interested in science UIL, please come see Mrs. Bhatti in room F-3.  The UIL practice sessions will be held every Tuesday after school.  Hope to see you there!

UIL Ready Writing -  will meet on Tuesday in Mrs. Guthrie's room, I-2, at 3:15. Join us to improve your writing skills, possibly earn scholarships, and have some fun! Oreos are provided while we write.

Yoga Club -  will meet on Wednesday in the dance room from 3:15-4:30. Yoga is wonderful for everyone as it helps relieve stress, builds strength, and improves balance and flexibility. Mats are provided and we eat cookies after class.

Club Fair Info - Students: This Wednesday, September 26th Summit High School is hosting its 2nd Annual Club Fair from 10:30 to 10:55 in the morning. During the Club Fair students will be able to pick-up information about Clubs that are offered at Summit HS throughout the building. Our Clubs want YOU!

Student Holiday - Students will not come to school on Friday, September 28th.  Friday is a student holiday and a faculty/staff professional development day. 

Week of Sept 17-21, 2018

September 17 - 21, 2018

Outside Food Not Permitted - Attention Students:  Effective Immediately the school will no longer receive food items for students.  They will not send passes for students to come and get food during instructional time. If parents are dropping off food for their child, it must be given directly to the student during lunch.  The receptionist will not accept or hold food for students.  Thank you.

Tutoring Info - Attention all students:  Please remember every Tuesday and Thursday we will be offering Jag Overtime in the subjects of English, Math, and Science.  What is Jag Overtime you ask?  Great question!  Jag Overtime is an after school tutorial program where a teacher in English, Math, and Science is available from 3-5pm.  You can stay until 5pm or you can leave once you have received the help you need.  Transportation is available for those students who are still being tutored until 5pm and need a ride home.  Jag Overtime will take place at the following locations: English – E3, Math – E2, and Science – the library.  Can’t wait to see you there.

UIL Ready Writing -  will begin on Tuesday in Mrs. Guthrie’s room, I-2, at 3:15. Join us to improve your writing skills, possibly earn scholarships, and have some fun! Oreos are provided while we write.

Yoga Club - Yoga is back! We will meet on Wednesday beginning this week in the dance room from 3:1-4:30. Yoga is wonderful for everyone as it helps relieve stress, builds strength, and improves balance and flexibility. Mats are provided and we eat cookies after class.

AVID Fundraiser - Come and Support Summit High School AVID on September 20, 2018, from 3-9 pm at Panda Express, on Walnut Creek and 287 in Mansfield.  Come and eat or take it to go.  AVID will get a portion of all sales.  Flyers will be passed out at the restaurant.

The Muslim student association -  is hosting a potluck in room F-4 on Tuesday, September 18!  Bring a snack to share and discuss important MSA information!

FCA Meeting - FCA will meet Friday morning in the lecture hall at 7 am.  You don’t have to be an athlete to attend.

Faculty Winners - Attention Staff members: The VIP Press Box Winners for tonight’s game are Coach Prichett and Ms. Wozniak!!!!!

UIL Science -  needs a team of Bright minded students to compete in UIL Academic competitions.  If you are interested in science UIL, please come see Mrs. Bhatti in room F-3.  The UIL practice sessions will be held every Tuesday after school.  Hope to see you there!

Week of Sept 10-14, 2018

September 10-14, 2018

Josten's Senior Ring Info - Attention Juniors:  Jostens will be on campus taking your ring orders on Thursday & Friday, September 13th & 14th.  You need your first payment of at least $75.00 and your order form to place your order.  Remember you can print off your order form online at www.jostens.com to speed up the ordering process here at school.

Pride club - will meet in G-9 from 3-4 pm today, Wednesday, September 12th.  Come join the fun!

Canned Food Drive - Attention students and staff: The Top Cat Can Food Drive is this week!  Bring your cans to beat Mansfield and see an administrator get pied in the face.  5000 cans and Mr. Taylor gets pied too!! ONLY 2 days left!!

Pajama Day - Attention Students and Staff: On Thursday of this week, September 13th, will be pajama day, so make sure you wear your favorite pair of PJ’s!  Please remember that dress code rules still apply so make sure your outfit is school appropriate.

UIL Literary Criticism Info - Attention Future Champions: The UIL Literary Criticism team is forming for the 2018-2019 year.  If you would like to earn a varsity letter and a scholarship for college, then come to Coach Santanello’s room in I-1 on September 19th after school.  It’s time for you to take your place as a warrior in academic battle!

Senior Scholarship Info - Seniors looking for scholarship info should check out the scholarship board outside the principal’s office or go to the Summit Scholarship website.  Each time a new scholarship is added, the counseling center will send a Remind text out.  If you haven’t joined the Remind for seniors, please text @summit2019 to the number 81010.  The Go center is also open all day Monday and Wednesday, as well as Friday from 8-12 to help you with scholarship, applications, financial aid, or other questions you might have about what comes next after graduating from Summit.  This week our counselors are calling seniors down for our “senior chats” to go over graduation requirements and resources available to graduating seniors.  If you have questions, we have answers….just ask for help!  See the Go Center, ask your counselor during a senior chat, or check the website.  We are here to assist you however we can!!  Don't forget to check out the scholarship page on the SHS website.  There are lots of opportunities to earn the big bucks you need to go to college.  From the main website, hover over Resources, and go to the Counseling Center page.  Then click on "scholarship information." https://www.mansfieldisd.org/page.cfm?p=6233 

Tennis Team Accolades - Coach McDonald and Coach Buck would like to congratulate the Summit varsity tennis team on their win yesterday versus South Grand Prairie High School.  The Jaguars took an early 5-2 lead during the doubles part of the match and then closed out the contest during the singles part of the match winning 9 out of the 12 singles matches played.  It was an all-around team effort to secure the victory.  The Jaguars varsity tennis team is 2-2 in district play.  Great job tennis team and keep up the good work.

TAFE Fundraiser - Do you like pancakes?   TAFE (taffy) members are selling tickets to our First Annual Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebees on October 13, 2018 from 8-10 am. WE would greatly appreciate your support by purchasing a ticket or tickets from a Summit TAFE (taffy) member by October 5th. For more information please contact Ms. Hollinger in PE 2 

Go Center - Did you know that if you are interested in International Issues, you could have a career as a Consultant, diplomat, Interpreter, sociologist, or a trade show coordinator?  Check out the possibilities in the GO center, located in our library, or in the Family and Student Support office in C-Hall.

Week of Sept 3-7, 2018

September 3 - 7, 2018

FCA Meeting  - The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting this Friday morning at 7:00 in the lecture hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend.  Come as Mr. McCombs will be challenging you on how to make this a great year.

Library Reading Contest - Attention staff and students: The first reading contest of the year is Family Reading BINGO.  See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for your BINGO board and directions on how to play.  Deadline to turn in your finished BINGO card is at the end of the 6 weeks, Sept 27.

LEGO Club - Attention Students: The first LEGO club of the year will meet on Monday, September 10th from 3-4 pm in the library.  This club is for anyone interested in building with LEGOs.  No experience necessary.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Tahaney in the library.

Passes for the Library - Attention Students:  Students who want to use the library during the school day must have a current school ID and a pass.  If a student wants to use the library during lunch, they need to stop by the library before school or between classes and ask for a lunch pass.  No time to pick up a pass from the library?  Ask your teacher to write you a pass instead.

Volleyball Accolades - Congrats to our JV and 9th A volleyball teams for defeating Timberview last night.  Great Job Girls!!!!  Keep up the hard work.

Karaoke Club - Hey, you!  Do you LOVE to sing?  Well, come on down to J-7 where you can join the SUmmit Karaoke Club!  Meetings will be the first Monday of the month from 3-4 pm.  Meetings begin on Sept. 10.  Come get your sing on with us.

Tutoring Info - Beginning September 11th, we will be offering Jag Overtime in the subjects of English, Math, and Science every Tuesday and Thursday.  What is Jag Overtime you ask?  Great question!  Jag Overtime is an after school tutorial program where a teacher in English, Math, and Science is available from 3-5 pm.  YOu can stay until 5 pm or you can leave once you have received the help you need.  Transportation is available for those students who are still being tutored until 5 pm and need a ride home.  Jag Overtime will take place at the following locations:

  • English - in room E3
  • Math - in room E2
  • Science - in the library. 

SAT & ACT Info - Attention all Juniors and Seniors: The next SAT and ACT test dates are fast approaching.  The next SAT will be administered on October 6th.  Regular registration is September 7th and late registration is September 26th.  The next ACT test will be administered on October 27th.  Regular registration for this exam is September 28th and late registration is October 14th.  The test dates for all SAT and ACT exams for this school year can be found on our school’s website.

TCC Student Info - Attention TCC students: TCC students taking the statistics class please come by K-Hall office to get new book codes.

Show Choir Info - If you love to sing and dance and be on stage and would like to be a music ambassador, please sign up for show choir, Shades of Blue! SHADES OF BLUE NEEDS YOU! Auditions for show choir will be on Tuesday September 18 from 3-5p in J7. You do NOT need to be currently enrolled in choir to be eligible to audition. If you are chosen for this ELITE group, you will need to dedicate yourself to each and every Monday from 5p-7p. PLEASE COME TO J7 FOR AUDITION INFO. QR CODES AND INFO WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNSELING CENTER AS WELL AS AROUND THE BUILDING! SHADES OF BLUE NEED YOU!

Week of Aug 27 - 30, 2018

August 27 - 30, 2018

Student ID Info - The last day the library will make student IDs during social studies classes is today Aug 28th.   All students should have an ID starting on August 29th.

Check out Library Books - Wednesday, August 29th is the first day you can come to the library to check out books.  Students will need their current ID and a pass to visit the library during the day.  No passess needed before or after school.  Come by the library on Wednesday or Thursday, check out a book and get a treat.

Fantasy Football Club - Are you Ready for Some Football??  The Summit Total Ultimate Fantasy Football (STUFFF) Club is open to anyone interested in discussing and learning more about NFL fantasy football.  We will have FREE fantasy football leagues for interested students to compete in against their friends and classmates.  No gambling is allowed and no prizes are involved- this is for bragging rights only.  Come by Mr. Fox’s room in H-14 on or before Tue. Aug 28 to pick up a permission slip.  You must bring the signed permission slip with you to the STUFFF club meeting on Wed. Aug 29 in order to be able to participate in the draft that day.  Meetings after the draft will occur on the first and third Wednesday each month from September to December at 3:00 pm in H-14.

Board Game Club - Dice? Cards? Boards and Games? Where would one find all of these items and so much more?  “Why, in Summit’s Board Game Club of course!  Fun and exciting games take place every Monday after school from 3-5 pm in room D-5!  Bring your competitive attitude and board games!  We can’t wait to see you there!

TCC Textbook Info - Attention TCC Biology students: You need to come to K-Hall office to get your books as soon as you can.

The Muslim Student Association - will have its first meeting after school on September 4th in F4. Please see Esra Ghanim or Mohammed Alnatour for more information.

Tacky Tourist Day - Tomorrow is a DRESS-UP day at Summit HS to support our Football team who plays in Tulsa Oklahoma on Friday against Sand Springs, who are the “Sandites”  The Theme is “Sand out the Sandites”....show your support for our football team by wearing your Tacky Tourist clothes tomorrow. 

No School - This Friday is a Student Holiday….so students there is NO school for you!  However, teachers Friday is a workday for you!  Everyone gets next Monday, September 3rd,  off because it is the National Holiday known as Labor Day. 

Week of Aug 20 - 24, 2018

August 20 - 24, 2018

Freshman Class Officer Info - Attention Freshman: Do you want to get involved more on our campus?  Do you want to be a leader for your Freshman Class?  Then a Freshman Class Officer position is for you!  Freshman students are eligible for the following officer positions:  Freshman Class President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Applications for candidacy for an officer position can be picked up in room F-5 from Ms. Shaffer.  You must officially declare your candidacy by turning in your completed election packet to Ms. Shaffer in F-5 y 3:00 pm Thursday, August 30th.  Absolutely no election packet will be accepted after this deadline. If you have any questions please see Ms. Shaffer in F-5.

National Honor Society - has its first meeting today at 3:05 pm in F1.  Please make arrangements to attend.  If you have a legitimate excuse for missing the meeting please message Mr. Schrodt before today’s meeting.

JROTC Info - Attention students: It’s not too late to join JROTC.  We have openings in all our classes.  Let us help you with the challenges of High School.  We are a family, come join us.  We are in J-8.  Contact Major Ellington or CSM Moody.

Summer TCC Students -  If you have not done so already, please go by K-Hall office and return your summer TCC textbooks as soon as possible. Students currently enrolled in TCC classes that have not returned summer books, will not be able to check out fall TCC books. Students who have not returned their summer TCC books will be placed on the fines list until they are turned in. Thank you.

TCC Statistics Class -  If you take TCC Statistics first block, your class begins at 7 am.  Again, if you take TCC Statistics first block your class begins at 7 am and ends at 8:25 am.  It begins early because students from other campuses will be a part of that class and must time to get back to their home campus in time for second block.

TCC Payment Due - Current TCC Students: Payment for your Fall 2018 TCC class or classes is due to the Summit Bookkeeper by this Friday, August 24th. Classes are $65.00 per class, unless you are on free or reduced lunch.

TCC Independent Field Trip Form - Attention all TCC students: If you have not already done so please stop by Mr. Peters’ office to pick up your “Independent Field Trip Form”.  You and your parent will need to sign this form before you can be approved to take your independent field trips on Fridays.  If you would like to begin your field trips this Friday please turn in a signed copy to Mr. Peters’ office by Wednesday (August 22nd).  If you have any questions please see Mr. Peters.

Spring 2018 Final Exam Info - Attention Students: If you did not take one or more of your spring finals last year you will need to set up a time with Mr. Peters to take your exams.  The last day you will be able to take your finals will be August 30th.  You will need to let Mr. Peters know by August 27th that you plan on taking your finals.  Once the August 31st deadline has passed, students will not be permitted to make up any finals from last semester and your grade will remain as currently listed on your transcript.  If you have any questions please stop by Mr. Peters’ office during your lunch time.

Blue Crew Info - Hey Jags! Do you like to run?  Do you like cheering on our Summit Jaguar football team?  Then the SHS Blue Crew is for you!  Come to our first meeting on Thursday, 8/23 after school at 3:05 in room H-9.  You must have signed paperwork and Mrs. Crosthwait’s permission to participate in our first game on 9/7!  GO JAGS!!

Student or Faculty DRIVER Info -  Permits are required to park your vehicle in the Summit parking lots.  Individuals who fail to obtain a permit will be ticketed for the violation. Permits can be purchased at the MISD Police Department located at 1522 N Walnut Creek Dr, Mansfield, 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Requirements to purchase a permit are: a current DL and insurance for the vehicle with the intended drivers name listed on the proof of insurance.  All faculty permits are FREE. Student parking is marked by the white lined spaces; staff parking is the Yellow lined spaces; and visitors spots are marked VISITOR on the curd.  Also, vehicles cannot be backed into a parking place or pulled through a space.  Doing so will result in a ticket. ALL rules for parking can be found in the MISD PD section of the MISD website or ask Officer Beasley or St. Clair.

Week of Aug 15-17, 2018

August 15 - 17, 2018

Summer TCC Students - If you haven’t done so already, please go by K-Hall office and return your summer TCC textbooks as soon as possible. Students currently enrolled in TCC classes that have not returned summer books, will not be able to check out fall TCC books. Students who have not returned their summer TCC books will be placed on the fines list until they are turned in. Thank you.

Student ID Info - Students will receive their IDs during their Social Studies classes this week or next week.  Teachers consult your schedule emailed to you by Mrs. Tahaney.

Volleyball Info - Students and Staff: Home Volleyball Match Tonight!  Please come out and support our JV & 9th grade volleyball teams.  9th A match will start at 5:30 and 9th B & JV matches start at 6:30.  Hope to see you there.

Summit Hallways Named - Attention Summit Students: If you are new or feeling lost around campus, the AVID program has labeled the various hallways with college signs to help you out.  Each hallway has a sign representing a college sharing the same first letter as that hallway.  Here is the list of hallways and colleges.

  •  A-Hall: A&M, Texas
  • B-Hall: Baylor
  • C-Hall: Columbia University
  • D-Hall: Duke
  • E-Hall: Emory
  • F-Hall: Florida A&M
  • G-Hall: Grambling
  • H-Hall: Harvard
  • I-Hall: Indiana
  • J-Hall: Juliard
  • K-Hall: Kentucky

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