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November 12 - 16, 2018

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.

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.

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!

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

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.

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.  

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.

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!!!!!!

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!

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November 5 - 9, 2018

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.

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 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!

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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)

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October 29 - November 2, 2018

Seniors: Remember Tuesday is Squad Day so make sure you Rep your Crew!

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! 

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.

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. 

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!

Seniors: Remember tomorrow is way back Wednesday so come dressed in 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 8i0, 90’s, or 2000’s attire.

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. 

Seniors:  Thursday is Senior Citizen Day.  So dress like your grandparents.

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!!

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

Seniors: Remember to wear your senior t-shirt on Friday!!

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

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.  

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

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October 22 - 26, 2018

Attention Seniors:  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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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October 15 - 19, 2018

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

 

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

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.

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

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.

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.

Attention all AP Students:  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.

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!!!

“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

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 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!

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.

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.

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!

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.

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October 8 - 12, 2018 

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

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. 

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 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.

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!

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.

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. 

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.

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... 

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.

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.

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

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October 1-5, 2018

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.

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.

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 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!

Attention 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.

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 will meet Friday morning at 7 am in the lecture hall.  Senior DJun Taylor will be speaking.

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!

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!

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!!!!

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.

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.

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.

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September 24 - 28, 2018

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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

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September 17 - 21, 2018

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.

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 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.

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

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!

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September 10-14, 2018

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!

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!!

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.

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!

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!!

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.

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 

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.

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 

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September 3 - 7, 2018

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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. 

Can’t wait to see you there.

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.

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

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August 27 - 30, 2018

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.

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.

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.

Attention Students:  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!

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.

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. 

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. 

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 August 20 - 24, 2018

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.

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.

Attention TCC Students: 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.

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.

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.

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.

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!!

Attention ALL Student or Faculty DRIVERS: 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.

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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.

  • 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.
  • 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.

  • 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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May 21-23

  • Attention Tennis Players - If you plan on playing tennis in the fall or spring next year, you must come by B1 and see Coach McDonald before you leave for summer. Whether you are a current player or someone who wants to try out for tennis, come by B1 and pick up the summer information flyer

  • Attention TCC Students: Please turn in your TCC Books to the K-Hall office ASAP!  You are now on the fines list if you have not turned them in!

  • Attention Summer TCC Students: You may begin picking up your summer textbooks during lunch today.  You may pick them up Tuesday and Wednesday before and after school and during lunch.  You may not come down during class time.  Thursday will be the last day to pick them up.  You may come between the hours of 7-11:30 and 1:00-3:00 pm.  There will not be anyone to check out your books on campus after Thursday

  • Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

  • Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT, In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript. Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

  • Enjoy your summer!

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May 14-18

  • Summer School registration is now open.  You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page.  All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th.  The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester.  Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.
  • Attention all Students: All library books need to be returned to the library as soon as possible.  It’s time to look under your bed, in your backpack, or maybe the car.  Find those books and bring them back to the library.

  • Attention ALL TCC Students: Your TCC books are due TODAY!.  You will be placed on the fines list tomorrow if they are not turned in to the K-Hall office TODAY.

  • Attention All students: If you need a VOE form this summer, please come by your AP’s office to request one.  The last day to request one is Monday, May 21.  They need to be picked up by Tuesday, May 22.

  • Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

  • Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm today, Wednesday, May 16th
  • Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

  • Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT, In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript. Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

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May 7-11

  • Attention Students: Summer School registration is now open. You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page. All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th. The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester. Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.

  • Attention Summer TCC Students: Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

  • Attention all seniors who take TCC English IV: Mr. Ponce will meet with you in the library on May 11th at the beginning of 2nd block to make sure that he pronounces your name correctly for graduation.  Please make sure you are on campus tomorrow during 2nd block to meet with him.

  • Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

  • "Attention Seniors!  Mrs. Reed needs your pictures for the senior slideshow at graduation!  Please email photos of you and your friends participating in Summit High School activities to krystareed@misdmail.org by Friday, May 11 at 3:00 pm.  Thank you!"

  • Attention All boys & girls: Track runners that wish to attend the track banquet on May 17th will need to see coach Utley & coach Roberson to pick up a form, the deadline for all forms to be turn in May 10th

  • “Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th.”
  • Attention Seniors:Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

  • Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT, In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript. Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

  • Attention students needing a VOE form for obtaining your driver’s license. Any student needing a VOE Form over the summer, you need to request them now, so they will be ready by the last day of school. Your VOE Form will then be good for the entire summer. Summit HS will be closed the week of July 2-6

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April 30- May 4

 

April 30

Attention Summer TCC Students, Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer.  Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Students: You may now review your 2018-2019 Course Selections on Skyward. If you find any discrepanices, please fill out the “Course Request Discrepancy/Correction” form. The form may be picked up in the counseling office by May 4, 2018. May 4th is the FINAL DEADLINE for corrections to be made.

Attention Seniors:

It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT,

 In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.

Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm.

 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!

May 1

Attention Students: Summer School registration is now open.  You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page.  All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th.  The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester.  Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.

Attention Summer TCC Students, Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

Attention all seniors who take TCC English IV: Mr. Ponce will meet with you in the library on May 11th (Friday) at the beginning of  2nd block to make sure that he pronounces your name correctly for graduation.  Please make sure you are on campus May 11th (2nd block) to meet with him.

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer.  Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Students: You may now review your 2018-2019 Course Selections on Skyward. If you find any discrepanices, please fill out the “Course Request Discrepancy/Correction” form. The form may be picked up in the counseling office by May 4, 2018. May 4th is the FINAL DEADLINE for corrections to be made.


May 2

Attention Students: Summer School registration is now open.  You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page.  All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th.  The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester.  Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.

Attention Summer TCC Students, Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

Attention all seniors who take TCC English IV: Mr. Ponce will meet with you in the library on May 11th (Friday) at the beginning of  2nd block to make sure that he pronounces your name correctly for graduation.  Please make sure you are on campus May 11th (2nd block) to meet with him.

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer.  Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Students: You may now review your 2018-2019 Course Selections on Skyward. If you find any discrepanices, please fill out the “Course Request Discrepancy/Correction” form. The form may be picked up in the counseling office by May 4, 2018. May 4th is the FINAL DEADLINE for corrections to be made.

Attention Seniors:

It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT,

 In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.

Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm.

 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!


May 3

Attention Students: Summer School registration is now open.  You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page.  All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th.  The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester.  Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.

Attention Summer TCC Students, Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

Attention all seniors who take TCC English IV: Mr. Ponce will meet with you in the library on May 11th (Friday) at the beginning of  2nd block to make sure that he pronounces your name correctly for graduation.  Please make sure you are on campus May 11th (2nd block) to meet with him.

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer.  Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Students: You may now review your 2018-2019 Course Selections on Skyward. If you find any discrepanices, please fill out the “Course Request Discrepancy/Correction” form. The form may be picked up in the counseling office by May 4, 2018. May 4th is the FINAL DEADLINE for corrections to be made.


May 4

Attention Students: Summer School registration is now open.  You may register by going to the MISD home page or by visiting the link on our school web page.  All registration should be completed on your own by May 18th.  The price of summer school is $150.00 per semester.  Please visit with your counselor if you feel you are in need of summer school.

Attention Summer TCC Students, Payment for TCC summer classes are due to the bookkeeper by May 14, 2018.  Please stop by and make your payment ASAP.

Attention all seniors who take TCC English IV: Mr. Ponce will meet with you in the library on May 11th (Friday) at the beginning of  2nd block to make sure that he pronounces your name correctly for graduation.  Please make sure you are on campus May 11th (2nd block) to meet with him.

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm.  This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer.  Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Students: You may now review your 2018-2019 Course Selections on Skyward. If you find any discrepanices, please fill out the “Course Request Discrepancy/Correction” form. The form may be picked up in the counseling office by May 4, 2018. May 4th is the FINAL DEADLINE for corrections to be made.

Attention Seniors:

It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT,

 In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.

Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm.

 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!


_________________________________________________________

April 23-27

 

April 23

TAFE is selling Summit Love decals for 3.00 in PE 2 or a TAFE (taffy) member. They can be placed on your car, iPad, phone, Yetis and you can even Personalize them... Support TAFE and Show Some Summit Love

SENIORS! Seniors! Seniors! if you have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, military and you have your acceptance letter then you are invited to the 2nd Annual National Senior Signing Day.. 

  • When: April 27th 
  • Time: 10:00 to 10:40 
  • Please see your senior teacher to complete the QR Code to receive a pass to attend.. Look forward to CELEBRATING You

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer. Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.  Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

April 24

TAFE is selling Summit Love decals for 3.00 in PE 2 or a TAFE (taffy) member. They can be placed on your car, Ipad, phone, Yetis and you can even Personalize them... Support TAFE and Show Some Summit Love

SENIORS! Seniors! Seniors! if you have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, military and you have your acceptance letter then you are invited to the 2nd Annual National Senior Signing Day.. 

  • When: April 27th 
  • Time: 10:00 to 10:40 
  • Please see your senior teacher to complete the QR Code to receive a pass to attend.. Look forward to CELEBRATING You
Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer. Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.
Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

April 25

TAFE is selling Summit Love decals for 3.00 in PE 2 or a TAFE (taffy) member. They can be placed on your car, Ipad, phone, Yetis and you can even Personalize them... Support TAFE and Show Some Summit Love

SENIORS! Seniors! Seniors! if you have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, military and you have your acceptance letter then you are invited to the 2nd Annual National Senior Signing Day.. 

  • When: April 27th 
  • Time: 10:00 to 10:40 
  • Please see your senior teacher to complete the QR Code to receive a pass to attend.. Look forward to CELEBRATING You
Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer. Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.
Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.  Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

April 26

TAFE is selling Summit Love decals for 3.00 in PE 2 or a TAFE (taffy) member. They can be placed on your car, Ipad, phone, Yetis and you can even Personalize them... Support TAFE and Show Some Summit Love

SENIORS! Seniors! Seniors! if you have been accepted into a college, university, trade school, military and you have your acceptance letter then you are invited to the 2nd Annual National Senior Signing Day.. 

  • When: April 27th 
  • Time: 10:00 to 10:40 
  • Please see your senior teacher to complete the QR Code to receive a pass to attend.. Look forward to CELEBRATING You
Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer. Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.
Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

April 27

TAFE is selling Summit Love decals for 3.00 in PE 2 or a TAFE (taffy) member. They can be placed on your car, Ipad, phone, Yetis and you can even Personalize them... Support TAFE and Show Some Summit Love

Attention juniors:  This is a great opportunity for you this summer. Mansfield ISD and Prairie View A & M University have combined efforts to prepare you for the college search process during your senior year.  We have created a Rising Senior Camp which will be an overnight, interactive experience held July 18th-July 19th at PVAMU. Transportation will be provided.  This camp is full of valuable information about the college search process, college application tips, financial aid and more.  While the event is held at PVAMU the information provided is not specific to PVAMU so regardless of where you are thinking about attending college, PVAMU Rising Senior Camp can help you.  Camp is free you will only need money for food for two meals.  All other meals are provided.  Space is limited so apply now.  The link can be found on the SHS webpage or in the counseling center.  The deadline is May11th

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

 Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger. We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in. Thank you.

Attention Seniors: It is time to Request your FINAL TRANSCRIPT In the Counseling Center, Scan the QR Code labeled:  ‘Senior Final Transcript.  Sign up hours are every school day from 7am– 3pm. 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!

____________________________________________________________

April 16-20, 2018

 

April 16

Attention ALL Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program are hosting the Michael Purgason 4vs4 Boy’s Volleyball Tournament this Thursday April 19th from 3pm-5pm in our gyms.  If you are interested in playing and you don’t have a team to play on, please contact Coach Alfaro ASAP.  Also, those that are on a team already…please turn in permission forms and $ by Wednesday.

Attention ALL Volleyball Players: Volleyball open gym is on Tuesday from 3:00-4:15 in the JV gym.  You must have workout gear on to participate (t-shirt, spandex/shorts, knee pads, socks, court shoes).

This past weekend Key Club went to their District Convention in Dallas. Out of the 238 key clubs in all of Texas and Oklahoma, our Summit Key Club was ranked the 6th best club in the Texas-Oklahoma District! No other club in MISD or any surrounding school districts were ranked higher.  There were also some individual awards: Brianna Dao won Vice President of the Year and Patricia Rojas won Editor of the Year.  Our Summit Key Club ALSO won awards for 1st Place traditional scrapbook, 1st Place newsletter, and 1st Place distinguished website.  In addition to these accomplishments, Arantza Zamudio, Anna Tran and Alice Nguyen each won a scholarship of over $1000 to be used next year for college.  From Mr. Reese and Mrs. Berwise, we are so proud of y'all and the hard work y'all put in toward serving others!

The LEGO club will meet in the library today from 3-4pm.  They meet every Monday from now to the end of the year.  Consider joining the LEGO club today.

The Library edition of March Madness is officially over with the Harry Potter series as the 2018 champion.  The top 3 faculty winners are Ms. Silvas with 12 of 16 books predicted in the bracket, Ms. Atkinson with 10 of 16 books predicted, and Mr. Shiel also with 10 of 16 books predicted.  The top 3 student winners are Elizabeth Schnitz with 13 of 16 books predicted in the bracket, Ariel Rainey also with 13 of 16 books predicted, and Ahmad Sheikh with 12 of 16 books predicted.  If you heard your name, please come to the library sometime this week to claim your prize.  Thank you to everyone who participated and voted during our March Madness campaign.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, T

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

The JV boys finished 4th overall in the district meet. Eric Espinal is the district champion in the 3200 & 1600. Negil Brobby placed 2nd in the Discus, Sean Smith placed 2nd in the 200m.Jalon Rock placed 3rd in the 100m, and the 4x100 relay team of Smith, Awotoye, Travis, Rock placed 3rd.

The Varsity boys finished 3rd overall in district. Matt Anderson is the district champion in the 1600m, Will Jones placed 2nd in the Triple Jump, and the 200m setting a new school record. Charles Ayena placed 2nd in the Pole Vault, while Cinceir Holmes also placed 2nd in the 100m.Chris Obaguedo placed 3rd in the 110 h. All these guys qualified for the Area meet along with the 4x100 & 4x200 & 4x400 relays, Discus ,300 hurdles, 200m, & 800m

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger.  We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in.  Thank you.

April 17

Attention ALL Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program are hosting the Michael Purgason 4vs4 Boy’s Volleyball Tournament this Thursday April 19th from 3pm-5pm in our gyms.  If you are interested in playing and you don’t have a team to play on, please contact Coach Alfaro ASAP.  Also, those that are on a team already…please turn in permission forms and $ by Wednesday.

Attention ALL Volleyball Players: Volleyball open gym is today from 3:00-4:15 in the JV gym.  You must have workout gear on to participate (t-shirt, spandex/shorts, knee pads, socks, court shoes).

The Library edition of March Madness is officially over with the Harry Potter series as the 2018 champion.  The top 3 faculty winners are Ms. Silvas with 12 of 16 books predicted in the bracket, Ms. Atkinson with 10 of 16 books predicted, and Mr. Shiel also with 10 of 16 books predicted.  The top 3 student winners are Elizabeth Schnitz with 13 of 16 books predicted in the bracket, Ariel Rainey also with 13 of 16 books predicted, and Ahmad Sheikh with 12 of 16 books predicted.  If you heard your name, please come to the library sometime this week to claim your prize.  Thank you to everyone who participated and voted during our March Madness campaign.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, T

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

.Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Last week the Girls Track teams competed in the District Meet.  The JV Girls finished 4th overall with 3 District Champions.  Hannah Martin is the JV District Champion in the Pole Vault, Candice Jones in JV Discus, and the 4x100 Relay of Ti-Yanna Broyard, Kennedy Steele, Pa’Jie Griffin, and Ede Akhidenor also took gold.  The Varsity Girls finished 3rd overall and made improvements in several events.  Jordan Kinsel is the 10-5A District Champion in the Pole Vault and Elizabeth Adeoye is the 10-5A Champion in the 300 Hurdles and finished 3rd in the 100 Hurdles.  Camryn Aldridge finished as District Runner in the Pole Vault and Tamia Smith is the District Runner-up in the Shot Put and finished 3rd in the Discus.  Bryanna Houser won bronze in the Discus and finished 4th in the Shot.  Lindsey Claude is the District Runner-Up in the 800M and won bronze in the 1600M.  All of these Varsity athletes move on to compete this week at the Area Meet in Joshua on Thursday.

Movie Club will meet in H-14 on Thursday, 4/19 at 3:00.  Please join us for a family friendly movie.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger.  We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in.  Thank you.

April 18

Attention ALL Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program are hosting the Michael Purgason 4vs4 Boy’s Volleyball Tournament this Thursday April 19th from 3pm-5pm in our gyms.  If you are interested in playing and you don’t have a team to play on, please contact Coach Alfaro ASAP.  Also, those that are on a team already…please turn in permission forms and $ by Wednesday.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, T

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Movie Club will meet in H-14 today, 4/19 at 3:00.  Please join us for a family friendly movie.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger.  We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in.  Thank you.

April 19

Attention ALL Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program are hosting the Michael Purgason 4vs4 Boy’s Volleyball Tournament today from 3pm-5pm in our gyms.  If you are interested in playing and you don’t have a team to play on, please contact Coach Alfaro ASAP.  Also, those that are on a team already…please turn in permission forms and $ by Wednesday.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, T

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Movie Club will meet in H-14 on Thursday, 4/19 at 3:00.  Please join us for a family friendly movie.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger.  We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in.  Thank you.

April 20

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, T

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention Seniors!  Senior Survival has started after school in computer lab C6.  The days are Monday through Thursday from 3:05 – 5pm.  All work must be completed by 5pm on Wednesday; May 16th

Attention Seniors: Every Thursday from now until the end of school, you need to bring your iPad and Charger.  We will be sending passes throughout those days to have you bring your iPad and charger down to the library to turn in.  Thank you.

____________________________________________________________________________________

April 9-13, 2018

 

April 9

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

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention new NHS Members: We have a new member meeting on Thursday April 12 in G1 right after school.  Please make sure you are in attendance.

The LEGO club meets today from 3-4 in the library.

March Madness Update: It's down to the championship round.  Harry Potter vs The Fault in our Stars.  Who will win?  Your vote decides.

April 10

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

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention new NHS Members: We have a new member meeting on Thursday April 12 in G1 right after school.  Please make sure you are in attendance.

March Madness Update: It's down to the championship round.  Harry Potter vs The Fault in our Stars.  Who will win?  Your vote decides.

April 11

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

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention new NHS Members: We have a new member meeting today in G1 right after school.  Please make sure you are in attendance.

Attention Teachers:  The Staff Dessert Social is in the library today at 3pm.  Stop by this afternoon for a sugar break and to visit with your colleagues.

April 12

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

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

Attention new NHS Members: We have a new member meeting on Thursday April 12 in G1 right after school.  Please make sure you are in attendance.

April 13

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

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-11 = $60.00
  • April 12-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Prom Tickets may be purchased before school (6:45-7:15) or during lunch (10:30-1:30) Tickets will not be sold after 1:30 pm

Attention Seniors: Graduation Rehearsal will take place May 24, 2018 at 1:30 pm. This is the day after the last day of school so please mark your calendars now so that you can attend.

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April 2-6, 2018

 

April 2

Library March Madness update.  We are down to the final 4 books.  They are The Fault in our Stars vs The Immortals series and on the other side of the bracket is To Kill a Mockingbird vs. the Harry Potter series.  Go to the library all week to vote for your favorites

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: If you are interested in participating in this year’s Every 15 Minute Program, which is part of the Put It Down Save A Life week of April 23 to 27, please stop by F-1, Mrs. Lewis’s classroom, or the F-Hall office, Coach Mutt’s office, to pick-up an application.  All applications are due to Ms. Lewis or Coach Mutt by April 10th.

Key Club is hosting a Tie Dye Social this Wednesday, after school in the Lecture Hall. It costs $3 to dye your own shirt, but we will have free pizza for everyone! So, don’t forget to join us this Wednesday, after school in the lecture hall!

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

April 3

Library March Madness update.  We are down to the final 4 books.  They are The Fault in our Stars vs The Immortals series and on the other side of the bracket is To Kill a Mockingbird vs. the Harry Potter series.  Go to the library all week to vote for your favorites

Volleyball open gym Today from 3:00-4:15.  you need to have volleyball gear to participate (t-shirt, court shoes, socks, knee pads and spandex/shorts).  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Alfaro

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: If you are interested in participating in this year’s Every 15 Minute Program, which is part of the Put It Down Save A Life week of April 23 to 27, please stop by F-1, Mrs. Lewis’s classroom, or the F-Hall office, Coach Mutt’s office, to pick-up an application.  All applications are due to Ms. Lewis or Coach Mutt by April 10th.

Attention All Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program will be hosting The Michael Purgason Boy’s 4 vs 4 volleyball tournament on April 19th from 3pm-6pm as a fundraiser.  If you are interested in playing, please find a Summit Volleyball Player or Coach Alfaro for more information

Key Club is hosting a Tie Dye Social this Wednesday, after school in the Lecture Hall. It costs $3 to dye your own shirt, but we will have free pizza for everyone! So, don’t forget to join us this Wednesday, after school in the lecture hall!

The AMBASSADORS Student Leadership group will meet in the Lecture hall, tomorrow, Wednesday, April 4th, after announcements. Your badges will be delivered during 6th period.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

April 4

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: If you are interested in participating in this year’s Every 15 Minute Program, which is part of the Put It Down Save A Life week of April 23 to 27, please stop by F-1, Mrs. Lewis’s classroom, or the F-Hall office, Coach Mutt’s office, to pick-up an application.  All applications are due to Ms. Lewis or Coach Mutt by April 10th.

Attention All Guys: Our Summit Volleyball Program will be hosting The Michael Purgason Boy’s 4 vs 4 volleyball tournament on April 19th from 3pm-6pm as a fundraiser.  If you are interested in playing, please find a Summit Volleyball Player or Coach Alfaro for more information

Key Club is hosting a Tie Dye Social this Wednesday, after school in the Lecture Hall. It costs $3 to dye your own shirt, but we will have free pizza for everyone! So, don’t forget to join us this Wednesday, after school in the lecture hall!

The AMBASSADORS Student Leadership group will meet in the Lecture hall, today, Wednesday, April 4th, after announcements. Your badges will be delivered during 6th period.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

April 5

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: If you are interested in participating in this year’s Every 15 Minute Program, which is part of the Put It Down Save A Life week of April 23 to 27, please stop by F-1, Mrs. Lewis’s classroom, or the F-Hall office, Coach Mutt’s office, to pick-up an application.  All applications are due to Ms. Lewis or Coach Mutt by April 10th.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

April 6

Attention Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: If you are interested in participating in this year’s Every 15 Minute Program, which is part of the Put It Down Save A Life week of April 23 to 27, please stop by F-1, Mrs. Lewis’s classroom, or the F-Hall office, Coach Mutt’s office, to pick-up an application.  All applications are due to Ms. Lewis or Coach Mutt by April 10th.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Due to possible thunderstorms, we are switching the JV/Varsity game times tonight here at Summit. The Varsity will start @ 5:15 and the JV will follow.  Come out and support the JAGS as they take on Lancaster.

This Saturday, April 7th, Summit  will be hosting AP Review sessions for AP Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, French, English III, and English IV.  There is no cost to attend these sessions. There will be a morning and afternoon session for each of the classes listed.  You can choose whichever session best works for you.  The morning session begins at 8 am and the afternoon session begins at 12 pm.  If you have any questions please speak with your AP teacher.

Students: Next week is English 1 and 2 EOC testing. The English 1 test is on Tuesday, April 10th and English 2 is Thursday, April 12th. These tests are required for graduation, so please make every effort to be here on these days if you are testing. If you are testing those days, you will be eating lunch late so please make sure you eat a good breakfast that morning. To find out where you are testing please check the salmon colored paper lists around the building. They are located on the I-Hall and H-Hall 1st floor doors, the glass windows by the counseling center, the library windows, and the jag room windows. The lists will also be displayed on the TV’s in the cafeteria next Monday. If you don’t see your name on the list and think you should, tell your English teacher and they will communicate that information to Mr. Adams.

 

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March 26-30, 2018

 

March 26

If you signed up to take the practice PSAT, please meet in room H-14 at 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. The test will take a little over 3 hours, so please let your ride know that you will be done around 6:15 p.m.

There will be a STUCO meeting during all lunches on Wednesday 3/28.Also if you want to run for student council or class office next year stop by the STUCO room during 7th block or F1 or D7 to pick up a campaign packet. All packets are due next Friday April 6th.

Attention All Volleyball Players: We will start Open Gyms this Tuesday from 3:00-4:15.  You have to have volleyball gear to participate (Volleyball Shoes, Knee Pads, T-Shirt, Spandex and Socks).  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Alfaro.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

 

March 27

If you signed up to take the practice PSAT, please meet in room H-14 at 3:00 this afternoon. The test will take a little over 3 hours, so please let your ride know that you will be done around 6:15 p.m.

The library’s March Madness is still going strong.  We are down to the Elite 8.  To see what books have made it so far and to vote for the next round, come by the library this week.  Voting ends Thursday afternoon.  See Mrs. Tahaney if you have questions.

This week the library is celebrating Spring by giving away a surprise to any student who checks out a book.

Are you planning to take Pre-AP English II, AP Language or AP Literature next year?  Do you want to order your summer reading book at a 20% discount?  Do you want that book delivered to you before the end of the year? If the answer is yes to these questions, stop by the library to pick up your English order form today.  This sale will last until Wednesday, April 11th.  After that, you will have to make a trip to the book store on your own to purchase your summer reading book. 

There will be a STUCO meeting during all lunches on Wednesday 3/28.Also if you want to run for student council or class office next year stop by the STUCO room during 7th block or F1 or D7 to pick up a campaign packet. All packets are due next Friday April 6th.

Attention All Volleyball Players: We will start Open Gyms this Tuesday from 3:00-4:15.  You have to have volleyball gear to participate (Volleyball Shoes, Knee Pads, T-Shirt, Spandex and Socks).  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Alfaro.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

March 28

The library’s March Madness is still going strong.  We are down to the Elite 8.  To see what books have made it so far and to vote for the next round, come by the library this week.  Voting ends Thursday afternoon.  See Mrs. Tahaney if you have questions.

This week the library is celebrating Spring by giving away a surprise to any student who checks out a book.

Are you planning to take Pre-AP English II, AP Language or AP Literature next year?  Do you want to order your summer reading book at a 20% discount?  Do you want that book delivered to you before the end of the year? If the answer is yes to these questions, stop by the library to pick up your English order form today.  This sale will last until Wednesday, April 11th.  After that, you will have to make a trip to the book store on your own to purchase your summer reading book. 

There will be a STUCO meeting during all lunches on Wednesday 3/28.Also if you want to run for student council or class office next year stop by the STUCO room during 7th block or F1 or D7 to pick up a campaign packet. All packets are due next Friday April 6th.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Attention FCA members.  We will be meeting tomorrow for our weekly FCA meeting since there is no school on Friday.  We will begin at our normal starting time of 7.

March 29

Are you planning to take Pre-AP English II, AP Language or AP Literature next year?  Do you want to order your summer reading book at a 20% discount?  Do you want that book delivered to you before the end of the year? If the answer is yes to these questions, stop by the library to pick up your English order form today.  This sale will last until Wednesday, April 11th.  After that, you will have to make a trip to the book store on your own to purchase your summer reading book. 

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM!  PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

  • Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets
  • Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

March 30

No school today - No announcements today

 

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March 19 - 23, 2018

 

March 19

"Jaguars!! Every Tuesday, 3:15-4:15, an opportunity to learn more about what you believe and to grow is open to YOU!  "AWAKEN" is a Christian-based Club that encourages believers to "Be Bold" and to learn how to love and serve others! We will meet in Room G-9. THERE WILL BE SNACKS! Make plans NOW to join us TUESDAY after school! See YOU there!!"

Attention Summit Students: Come on and show your Summit spirit by getting your very own Summit Spirit Shirt.  T-shirts are $12, Long-Sleeved T’s are $15, and hoodies are $20.  The deadline to order is Tuesday March 20th.  Don’t Delay, Stop by Seniora Harvey’s room, G-10, to order yours today!!!

Movie club will meet this Thursday to watch “The Sword and the Stone”. Please come join us in room H-14 at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

There’s a new club in town.  All students who enjoy building with LEGO’s are invited to the “Lego Maniacs” club. The first meeting is on Monday, march 26th from 3-4 pm in the library.  For more information, see Mrs. Tahaney in the library.

Library March Madness update:  This week we are voting to bring the Sweet 16 down to the Elite 8.  Voting forms are in the library and the commons area under the TV monitor.  Vote for your favorite books today!

PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

April 2-6 = $60.00

April 9-13 = $70.00

April 16-20 = $80.00

No tickets will be sold after April 20th

March 20

Movie club will meet this Thursday to watch “The Sword and the Stone”. Please come join us in room H-14 at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

There’s a new club in town.  All students who enjoy building with LEGO’s are invited to the “Lego Maniacs” club. The first meeting is on Monday, march 26th from 3-4 pm in the library.  For more information, see Mrs. Tahaney in the library.

Library March Madness update:  This week we are voting to bring the Sweet 16 down to the Elite 8.  Voting forms are in the library and the commons area under the TV monitor.  Vote for your favorite books today!

PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

 

Students! If you received a National Honor Society application envelope, they are due by 3:00 pm this Friday. Please complete and return with the envelope if you are interested in joining NHS

This past Friday Tamia Smith competed at the UIL State Power Lifting Championship.  You will be glad to know that she represented Summit High very well. Tamia competed in the 198 pound weight class and lifted a total of 980 pounds on her 3 lifts.  With that combined total Tamia was able to place 3rd in the State of Texas.  Please be sure to Congratulate Tamia when you see her!!!

March 21

Movie club will meet this Thursday to watch “The Sword and the Stone”. Please come join us in room H-14 at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th
Students! If you received a National Honor Society application envelope, they are due by 3:00 pm this Friday. Please complete and return with the envelope if you are interested in joining NHS

March 22

Movie club will meet today to watch “The Sword and the Stone”. Please come join us in room H-14 at 3 p.m.

PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Students! If you received a National Honor Society application envelope, they are due by 3:00 pm this Friday. Please complete and return with the envelope if you are interested in joining NHS

March 23

PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets

Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

  • April 2-6 = $60.00
  • April 9-13 = $70.00
  • April 16-20 = $80.00
  • No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Students! If you received a National Honor Society application envelope, they are due by 3:00 pm this Friday. Please complete and return with the envelope if you are interested in joining NHS

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March 12-16, 2018

Spring Break - no announcements

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March 5-9, 2018

 

March 5

Don’t forget to support frog week today by purchasing Henna today at lunch, playing Just Dance at lunch for $1, or donating money towards your “favorite” AP to get a pie to the face.

Tomorrow’s activities include: Dress up day is Hat day.  This costs $1, so see Mrs. Lewis in F-1 for more details.  Also there is a spirit night at Zaxby’s tomorrow to help support frog week.

It’s time to predict the book bracket in the library version of March Madness.  Go to the library to pick one up this week, or grab one from the commons area under the TV monitor.  All brackets are due this Friday so that the voting can commence.

The Varsity boys placed 2ndt overall this past week at the Corsicana relays. Will Jones placed 1st in the long Jump, 200m, &2nd in the Triple jump. Matt Anderson placed 1st in the 3200m & 1600m, placing 2nd was Chris Obaguedo in the 110h, Tyrik Merriweather in the 3200, 800m, and the 4x200 relay team of Gainus, Baker, Hines, Will Jones. 3rd placed finishers were Charles Ayena in the Pole Vault, and the 4x100 relay team of Porter, Jones, Hines, Gainu.

The JV boys finished 3rd overall. 1st place finishers were Jackson Cichon in the 3200m, & 1600m. Jalon Rock in the 100m, and the 4x100 relay team of Rock, Awotoye, Travis, & Smith. Eric Espinal finished 2nd in the 3200m.

Sophomores if you checked out a candy box from Mrs. Trevino please turn in money and any unsold candy by Tuesday March 6th, or you will have a fine in your name. 

The Summit Art department is proud to announce the results of our Region 11 South Visual Art Scholastic Event. We had 23 pieces of artwork compete and 18 medaled at the regional event with two earning area medals. The Area medal winners were Trinitee Allsman and Amanda Perry.  They will represent Summit at the State Event in April. 

Students: Our district superintendent Dr. Vaszuaskas will be here at 7:45 am on Wednesday to speak to a group of students about school safety and security.  He wants to listen to concerns you may have.  If you would like to be a part of this discussion, please go to Mr. Taylor’s office during your lunch TODAY to sign up.  There are a limited number of seats available for this meeting.  If you are selected to attend, your name will be placed on a list sent out to our teachers and you will be given a pass to be dismissed from your 5th block class at 7:35 on Wednesday March 6.


March 6

It’s time to predict the book bracket in the library version of March Madness.  Go to the library to pick one up this week, or grab one from the commons area under the TV monitor.  All brackets are due this Friday so that the voting can commence.

Students: Our district superintendent Dr. Vaszuaskas will be here at 7:45 am on Wednesday to speak to a group of students about school safety and security.  He wants to listen to concerns you may have.  If you would like to be a part of this discussion, please go to Mr. Taylor’s office during your lunch TODAY to sign up.  There are a limited number of seats available for this meeting.  If you are selected to attend, your name will be placed on a list sent out to our teachers and you will be given a pass to be dismissed from your 5th block class at 7:35 on Wednesday March 6.

Please help us in congratulating Jake Weaver on being named a National Merit Finalist.  Last semester Jake was named a National Merit Semifinalist but has since been named- a National Merit Finalist.  So, if you see Jake in the hallway or in class please congratulate him.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM! PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX. Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

April 2-6 = $60.00

April 9-13 = $70.00

April 16-20 = $80.00

No tickets will be sold after April 20th

March 7

Please help us in congratulating Jake Weaver on being named a National Merit Finalist.  Last semester Jake was named a National Merit Semifinalist but has since been named- a National Merit Finalist.  So, if you see Jake in the hallway or in class please congratulate him.

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM! PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX. Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

April 2-6 = $60.00

April 9-13 = $70.00

April 16-20 = $80.00

No tickets will be sold after April 20th

Don’t forget to support frog week today by purchasing Henna, starting at $5 at lunch, as well as playing video games on Stage for $1. Also, keep donating towards the Principal you want to see get pied in the face. In addition to these things, we will have Bagels, Truffles, and Chick-Fil-A at lunch and after school today.

Tomorrow’s FROG activities include: Dress up day is sunglasses. To wear sunglasses you will need to purchase a pass for $1 from your first block teacher.  There is a spirit night tomorrow, Thursday, at the Chick-Fil-A on Cooper, so come out and support us.  Also, the Mr. SHS Pageant will be held from 6-9 pm at Summit High School in the cafeteria.  Admission is $5 and can be purchased at the spot or at the door. 

March 8

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM! PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX. Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

April 2-6 = $60.00

April 9-13 = $70.00

April 16-20 = $80.00

No tickets will be sold after April 20th

March 9

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING PROM! PROM WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH AT THE RUTHE JACKSON CENTER IN GRAND PRAIRIE, TX. Students MUST clear all fines BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. If you are bringing a guest that does NOT attend Summit HS, then you will need to complete the Guest Approval Form BEFORE purchasing prom tickets. Information regarding prom and Guest Approval Forms can be located outside the Finance Office

 Prom Ticket Sales and Prices are as follows: PRICES WILL INCREASE EACH WEEK

April 2-6 = $60.00

April 9-13 = $70.00

April 16-20 = $80.00

No tickets will be sold after April 20th

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February 26 - March 2, 2018

 

February 26

For those students wanting to make changes to their 2018-2019 courses:  Please be advised that if you desire to change the courses you selected for next year, there will be a window of time to make those changes.  The window of time for those changes will be April 2-April 16.  Again, the window of time to make changes to next year’s course selection is April 2 through April 16.  

Students: The Frog Week Dodgeball Game is next Friday, March 2nd during 4th period. It costs $5 to participate in the Dodgeball Game and $1 to attend the game. So, if you want to leave class early AND hit people with dodgeballs come by room D7 or F1 to get a permission slip. Money to participate is due by Wednesday February 27th. Money to attend the Dodgeball Game is due the day of the game, March 2nd.

Last Saturday Student Council officers attended their district spring convention. They received recognition in the areas of Energy and Environment, Pride and Patriotism, Drug Alcohol Safety and Health, Community Service, and Outstanding Student Council. These accomplishments won them a Sweepstakes award for the 2017-2018 school year!

This weekend the Summit Acadec team traveled to Frisco for state competition.  The team posted their highest team score ever at 48,374 and finished third in the state amongst 5A schools.  The team also earned a silver medal in the super quiz relay competition. Team members are:  Jake Weaver, Vivian Nguyen, Brandon Martin, Sarah Omar, Sali Bekir, Sara Rahesh, Jacob Shotkoski, Ariana Lozano, and Ben Cubbage.  Alternates traveling to state this weekend were Marjorie Fuller, Johnathan Truong, and Arantza Zamudio. Each member of the team earns a $500 scholarship for finishing third in the state of Texas. 

 Additionally, the team earned 20 individual medals. 

Jake Weaver earned gold medals in math, literature, and top team honors and silver medals in music, economics, social science, and essay

Vivian Nguyen earned a bronze medal in literature.

Brandon Martin earned a silver medal in math and a gold medal in interview with a perfect score.

Sali Bekir earned a bronze medal in Social Science.

Sara Rahesh earned a gold medal for team top scholastic.

Jacob Shotkoski earned gold medals in science, essay, interview, and top team varsity, and a silver medal in art

Ariana Lozano earned a gold medal and a perfect score for her speech.

 Additionally, Jacob Shotkoski finished second overall in the varsity division earning a $2500 scholarship, and Jake Weaver finished first overall in the honors division with a team record high 9,271 points earning a $3500 scholarship. All in all over $10,000 in scholarships were handed out across the Summit AcaDec team this weekend.

Congratulations to the Summit Lady Jaguar basketball team on making it to the Regional Finals over the weekend!  The Lady Jags defeated Frisco Liberty on Friday 50-27 before falling to #1 ranked Timberview on Saturday.  The team finished the season 26-13 overall, 11-3 in distrtict, and just 2 games away from a state championship.  If you see these young ladies walking the halls today, please congratulate them on a job well done!

This weekend the Sapphires Drill Team attending the MA Dance Competition in Frisco, TX. The officers received a Technique Award in their Novelty Routine, a Choreography Award in their Lyrical, Modern, and Novelty Routines,  and received a Super Sweepstakes Award. The team received a Choreography Award in their Novelty, Pom, and Modern Routines, High Point in their Modern and Novelty Routines, and Super Sweepstakes. Congratulations on a fantastic competition season!

The Student Leadership Club, The AMBASSADORS, will meet in the Lecture hall, Wednesday, during Advisory.

This week begins the Summit High School Cultural Celebration week. Today is DECLARE your culture; DECLARE your culture: post your ancestry location on the world map in the cafeteria on the big world map on stage– place a dot on map to represent where you are from; Wednesday is SHARE during your lunch time by coming thru J3, Mrs. Boykin’s classroom, for tasting different cultural dishes and Friday is WEAR day, WEAR your ancestral or cultural dress and share some of its rich origin and history with others.

Do you want to display your school and Texas pride?  Order forms for Summit T-shirts are available in G-10!

February 27

For those students wanting to make changes to their 2018-2019 courses:  Please be advised that if you desire to change the courses you selected for next year, there will be a window of time to make those changes.  The window of time for those changes will be April 2-April 16.  Again, the window of time to make changes to next year’s course selection is April 2 through April 16.  

Students: The Frog Week Dodgeball Game is next Friday, March 2nd during 4th period. It costs $5 to participate in the Dodgeball Game and $1 to attend the game. So, if you want to leave class early AND hit people with dodgeballs come by room D7 or F1 to get a permission slip. Money to participate is due by Wednesday February 27th. Money to attend the Dodgeball Game is due the day of the game, March 2nd.

Last Saturday Student Council officers attended their district spring convention. They received recognition in the areas of Energy and Environment, Pride and Patriotism, Drug Alcohol Safety and Health, Community Service, and Outstanding Student Council. These accomplishments won them a Sweepstakes award for the 2017-2018 school year!

Mr. SHS pageant will be held Thursday, March 8th at Summit High School. If you wish to compete for a great cause please see Mrs. Lewis in F1 or Student Council during 7th block. If you would like to come watch our talented students put on a great show see us for tickets!

Congratulation to the following TAFE (taffy) members who competed at the STATE TAFE conference :First Place Blue Ribbons awarded to: Haylee Morrison and Misbah Sayiad in Project Visualize Dennika Jackson - High School Bulletin Board Joceyln Rodriguez - Middle School Bulletin BoardWhite Ribbon was awarded to Anna Padilla in Creative lecture 

The Student Leadership Club, The AMBASSADORS, will meet in the Lecture hall, Wednesday, during Advisory.

March Madness is here. This week we are setting up the book bracket. Go to the library or the Commons Area (under the TV Monitor) to vote for your 3 favorite books. The library needs your votes by Thursday, March 1st.

February 28

For those students wanting to make changes to their 2018-2019 courses:  Please be advised that if you desire to change the courses you selected for next year, there will be a window of time to make those changes.  The window of time for those changes will be April 2-April 16.  Again, the window of time to make changes to next year’s course selection is April 2 through April 16.  

Students: The Frog Week Dodgeball Game is next Friday, March 2nd during 4th period. It costs $5 to participate in the Dodgeball Game and $1 to attend the game. So, if you want to leave class early AND hit people with dodgeballs come by room D7 or F1 to get a permission slip. Money to participate is due by Wednesday February 27th. Money to attend the Dodgeball Game is due the day of the game, March 2nd.

Today is SHARE day of our Celebrating Cultural Diversity week. During your lunch time stop thru J3, Mrs. Boykin’s classroom, for tasting different cultural dishes.

FROG week begins this Friday! Stay tuned for more information and fundraising opportunities! See Student Council during 7th block for information.

Last Saturday Student Council officers attended their district spring convention. They received recognition in the areas of Energy and Environment, Pride and Patriotism, Drug Alcohol Safety and Health, Community Service, and Outstanding Student Council. These accomplishments won them a Sweepstakes award for the 2017-2018 school year!

Mr. SHS pageant will be held Thursday, March 8th at Summit High School. If you wish to compete for a great cause please see Mrs. Lewis in F1 or Student Council during 7th block. If you would like to come watch our talented students put on a great show see us for tickets!

Congratulation to the following TAFE (taffy) members who competed at the STATE TAFE conference :First Place Blue Ribbons awarded to: Haylee Morrison and Misbah Sayiad in Project Visualize Dennika Jackson - High School Bulletin Board Joceyln Rodriguez - Middle School Bulletin BoardWhite Ribbon was awarded to Anna Padilla in Creative lecture 

March Madness is here. This week we are setting up the book bracket. Go to the library or the Commons Area (under the TV Monitor) to vote for your 3 favorite books. The library needs your votes by Thursday, March 1st.

March 1

Students: The Frog Week Dodgeball Game is next Friday, March 2nd during 4th period. It costs $5 to participate in the Dodgeball Game and $1 to attend the game. So, if you want to leave class early AND hit people with dodgeballs come by room D7 or F1 to get a permission slip. Money to participate is due by Wednesday February 27th. Money to attend the Dodgeball Game is due the day of the game, March 2nd.

FROG week begins this Friday! Stay tuned for more information and fundraising opportunities! See Student Council during 7th block for information.

Mr. SHS pageant will be held Thursday, March 8th at Summit High School. If you wish to compete for a great cause please see Mrs. Lewis in F1 or Student Council during 7th block. If you would like to come watch our talented students put on a great show see us for tickets!

March 2

Mr. SHS pageant will be held Thursday, March 8th at Summit High School. If you wish to compete for a great cause please see Mrs. Lewis in F1 or Student Council during 7th block. If you would like to come watch our talented students put on a great show see us for tickets!

Students: The Frog Week Dodgeball Game is today, March 2nd during 4th period. It costs $5 to participate in the Dodgeball Game and $1 to attend the game. So, if you want to leave class early AND hit people with dodgeballs come by room D7 or F1 to get a permission slip. Money to participate is due by Wednesday February 27th. Money to attend the Dodgeball Game is due the day of the game, March 2nd.

 


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February 19 - 23, 2018

February 19

No School - President's Day

February 20

Sophomores: If you would like to help raise money for your senior prom, come by Mrs. Trevino’s room G2 to check out a candy box.

Attn Class of 2018: SENIOR NIGHT is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 6:00pm – 8:30pm right here at Summit. We’ll share information about grants and scholarships, finding the right school for you, and exploring different career options. Don’t miss this opportunity to finalize post-graduation plans!

On Thursday the Varsity and JV Girls Track teams competed at the Duncanville Relays.  The Varsity Girls placed 4th as a team. Camryn Aldridge placed 1st in the Pole Vault clearing 10’6” followed by Jordan Kinsel in 2nd clearing 10’00.  Elizabeth Adeoye finished 2nd in the 100 Hurdles and 1st in the 300 Hurdles with a 44.63, currently the 2nd fastest time in the state of Texas.  Congratulations to these girls – wish them luck as they head to Red Oak on Thursday!

February 21

Sophomores: If you would like to help raise money for your senior prom, come by Mrs. Trevino’s room G2 to check out a candy box.

Attn Class of 2018: SENIOR NIGHT is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 6:00pm – 8:30pm right here at Summit. We’ll share information about grants and scholarships, finding the right school for you, and exploring different career options. Don’t miss this opportunity to finalize post-graduation plans!

On Thursday the Varsity and JV Girls Track teams competed at the Duncanville Relays.  The Varsity Girls placed 4th as a team. Camryn Aldridge placed 1st in the Pole Vault clearing 10’6” followed by Jordan Kinsel in 2nd clearing 10’00.  Elizabeth Adeoye finished 2nd in the 100 Hurdles and 1st in the 300 Hurdles with a 44.63, currently the 2nd fastest time in the state of Texas.  Congratulations to these girls – wish them luck as they head to Red Oak on Thursday!

February 22

Sophomores: If you would like to help raise money for your senior prom, come by Mrs. Trevino’s room G2 to check out a candy box.

The Library has a new contest ... March Madness.  No, it's not about basketball.  It's all about the books.  The contest starts next week.  See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details.

February 23

Sophomores: If you would like to help raise money for your senior prom, come by Mrs. Trevino’s room G2 to check out a candy box.

The Library has a new contest ... March Madness.  No, it's not about basketball.  It's all about the books.  The contest starts next week.  See Mrs. Tahaney in the library for details.

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February 12 - 16, 2018

 

February 12

Attention Students: Representatives from Hurricane Harbor will be on the Commons stage during all three lunch periods on Thursday, February 15. If you are looking for employment, this may be a good fit for you! 

Seniors, just a reminder that February 15th is Panoramic Picture Day for the Class of 2018.  Senior students will be called out of class via announcements and will need to report to the JV gym.  Reminder for A day morning Ben Barber students:  you will need to report to the JV gym by 10:10 am to be included in the picture.  All students must be in dress code to participate in the picture.  Purchasing information will be distributed after the photo is taken.  Please see Mrs. Reed in C8 if you have questions

Students who check out a library book this week will receive an extra Valentine surprise.

Students: Please remember that the front office cannot and will not be accepting Valentine’s Day Deliveries.  Thank You!

February 13

Attention Students: Representatives from Hurricane Harbor will be on the Commons stage during all three lunch periods on Thursday, February 15. If you are looking for employment, this may be a good fit for you!

Seniors, just a reminder that February 15th is Panoramic Picture Day for the Class of 2018.  Senior students will be called out of class via announcements and will need to report to the JV gym.  Reminder for A day morning Ben Barber students:  you will need to report to the JV gym by 10:10 am to be included in the picture.  All students must be in dress code to participate in the picture.  Purchasing information will be distributed after the photo is taken.  Please see Mrs. Reed in C8 if you have questions

Today is the last day to turn in your February Library Contest form.  Winners will be announced tomorrow.

Students who check out a library book this week will receive an extra Valentine surprise.

This weekend, the Summit JV and Varsity Winter Guards competed at the NTCA Colorguard Contest at Berkner High School. The JV group, which was promoted to a higher classification at the last contest, earned 5th place in their new division. The Varsity group earned 2nd place in their division. Congratulations to the Summit Winter Guard on an outstanding contest!

Students: Please remember that the front office cannot and will not be accepting Valentine’s Day Deliveries.  Thank You!

February 14

Attention Students: Representatives from Hurricane Harbor will be on the Commons stage during all three lunch periods on Thursday, February 15. If you are looking for employment, this may be a good fit for you!

Seniors, just a reminder that tomorrow is Panoramic Picture Day for the Class of 2018.  Senior students will be called out of class via announcements and will need to report to the JV gym.  Reminder for A day morning Ben Barber students:  you will need to report to the JV gym by 10:10 am to be included in the picture.  All students must be in dress code to participate in the picture.  Purchasing information will be distributed after the photo is taken.  Please see Mrs. Reed in C8 if you have questions

The student winner of the February Library Contest is Madison Williams and the staff winner of the February Library Contest is Nishani Grigsby.

Students who check out a library book this week will receive an extra Valentine surprise.

This weekend, the Summit JV and Varsity Winter Guards competed at the NTCA Colorguard Contest at Berkner High School. The JV group, which was promoted to a higher classification at the last contest, earned 5th place in their new division. The Varsity group earned 2nd place in their division. Congratulations to the Summit Winter Guard on an outstanding contest!

AP Teachers: By the end of the day today AP Bulletins will be placed in your box.  Please pass out bulletins to your AP classes on Thursday and Friday.  An email will be sent out today with a script to share with your students as you pass out those bulletins.  If you teach Juniors or Seniors please ask them if they have already received a bulletin and only pass out bulletins to those students who have not already received one.

Students: Please remember that the front office cannot and will not be accepting Valentine’s Day Deliveries.  Thank You!

February 15

Attention Students: Representatives from Hurricane Harbor will be on the Commons stage during all three lunch periods on Thursday, February 15. If you are looking for employment, this may be a good fit for you!

Seniors, just a reminder that today is Panoramic Picture Day for the Class of 2018.  Senior students will be called out of class via announcements and will need to report to the JV gym.  Reminder for A day morning Ben Barber students:  you will need to report to the JV gym by 10:10 am to be included in the picture.  All students must be in dress code to participate in the picture.  Purchasing information will be distributed after the photo is taken.  Please see Mrs. Reed in C8 if you have questions

Attention TCC students: We still have some students who have NOT paid for their TCC classes.  If this is you, please do so as soon as possible.  Students who have an outstanding balance will be added to the fines list for payment.  

AP Teachers: AP Bulletins will be placed in your box.  Please pass out bulletins to your AP classes on Thursday and Friday.  An email will be sent out today with a script to share with your students as you pass out those bulletins.  If you teach Juniors or Seniors please ask them if they have already received a bulletin and only pass out bulletins to those students who have not already received one.

February 16

Attention TCC students: We still have some students who have NOT paid for their TCC classes.  If this is you, please do so as soon as possible.  Students who have an outstanding balance will be added to the fines list for payment.

AP Teachers: AP Bulletins will be placed in your box.  Please pass out bulletins to your AP classes on Thursday and Friday.  An email will be sent out today with a script to share with your students as you pass out those bulletins.  If you teach Juniors or Seniors please ask them if they have already received a bulletin and only pass out bulletins to those students who have not already received one.

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February 5 - 9, 2018

February 5

Congratulations to our Summit Swim Team for their great performances at last weekend’s UIL Region 2-5A Swimming and Diving Championships. Summit Swimmers were able to have all 3 Lady Jaguar relays and 2 boys relays at finals, Andrea Alvarado, Grace Mutterer, Ashley Lien, Helen Crosthwait, Jad Zeitouny, Nick Nguyen Tanner Tills and Mark Gonzalez competed as top 8-A finalists and Uyen Nguyen, Caitlin Hooks, Marcela Estrada and Eliana Andonov  were Top 16-B finalists. Our Lady Jaguar Diver Christine Pham was also a top 4 winner. A good number of new School records were broken as well. Special congratulations to our school record holder and  Jaguar State qualifier in 500 freestyle, sophomore Mark Gonzalez.  Great work Jaguar Swimmers and Divers!!! 

Congrats to the Jaguar STEP Team who participated in their first competition.  The “Taking the Throne” themed competition was held at Lake Ridge High School on Saturday, and nine teams competed.  The JAGUAR theme was “From Captivity To Liberty!”  The Team brought home the Trophy for 2nd place in the Small Team, Coed Division. Next big presentation is at the district Multi-Cultural celebration, March 3rd at the PAC.

We will have our 3rd Summit Love In Action meeting this Wednesday, February 7th at 3:15 in the Library. Come out and be a part of deciding what we will do to improve & beautify our campus and community!

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

Attention Potential TCC Students: You will be receiving a purple pass TODAY that will allow you to take the TSI on Feb 7, 2018.  If you do not receive a pass, please be patient as we have two other test dates; March 1 & 2.  The only students that will be allowed to test for the TSI are those who have watched the PAA, completed the Active Apply process, and received a TCC ID number.  You may stop by the counselors office starting Tuesday to see if you are on the March 1st  or 2nd testing date.  If you have previously taken the TSI and did not pass, you will have to go directly to TCC to retest.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

February 6

We will have our 3rd Summit Love In Action meeting this Wednesday, February 7th at 3:15 in the Library. Come out and be a part of deciding what we will do to improve & beautify our campus and community!

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

Attention Potential TCC Students: You will be receiving a purple pass TODAY that will allow you to take the TSI on Feb 7, 2018.  If you do not receive a pass, please be patient as we have two other test dates; March 1 & 2.  The only students that will be allowed to test for the TSI are those who have watched the PAA, completed the Active Apply process, and received a TCC ID number.  You may stop by the counselors office starting Tuesday to see if you are on the March 1st  or 2nd testing date.  If you have previously taken the TSI and did not pass, you will have to go directly to TCC to retest.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

February 7

We will have our 3rd Summit Love In Action meeting this Wednesday, February 7th at 3:15 in the Library. Come out and be a part of deciding what we will do to improve & beautify our campus and community!

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

French club meets on Monday Feb. 12 after school in G4.  Come learn about Mardi Gras.  Lehssay lay bon tom roolay. (Laissez les bons temps roulez.)

"Are you still interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year, but were not able to attend the informational meetings? If so, make sure that you stop by room J-14 and see Mrs. Sheets to get a copy of the informational packet and drill team tryout application. Remember, that all drill team applications are due to the MISD Performing Arts Center by this Friday, February 9th  - no later than 4:30pm, to be eligible to tryout. Again, if you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We would love to have you!"

February 8

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

French club meets on Monday Feb. 12 after school in G4.  Come learn about Mardi Gras.  Lehssay lay bon tom roolay. (Laissez les bons temps roulez.)

Are you still interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year, but were not able to attend the informational meetings? If so, make sure that you stop by room J-14 and see Mrs. Sheets to get a copy of the informational packet and drill team tryout application. Remember, that all drill team applications are due to the MISD Performing Arts Center by this Friday, February 9th  - no later than 4:30pm, to be eligible to tryout. Again, if you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We would love to have you!

Due to the ending of the six weeks, Movie club will meet on Thursday 2/22.  Join us in H-14 to finish OZ: The Great and Powerful and start another exciting movie!

February 9

French club meets on Monday Feb. 12 after school in G4.  Come learn about Mardi Gras.  Lehssay lay bon tom roolay. (Laissez les bons temps roulez.)

Are you still interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year, but were not able to attend the informational meetings? If so, make sure that you stop by room J-14 and see Mrs. Sheets to get a copy of the informational packet and drill team tryout application. Remember, that all drill team applications are due to the MISD Performing Arts Center by this Friday, February 9th  - no later than 4:30pm, to be eligible to tryout. Again, if you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We would love to have you!

Seniors-the 2018 Prom Theme ballot is open and ready for you to vote.  Teachers, please open the email from Mrs. Reed with the QR code and allow all senior students to vote.  If there are concerns with voting, please see Mrs. Reed today.  Each senior may vote one time.  Thank you!

Due to the ending of the six weeks, Movie club will meet on Thursday 2/22.  Join us in H-14 to finish OZ: The Great and Powerful and start another exciting movie!

Teachers: If you have seniors in your advisory please make sure that you have tem vote for this year’s Prom Theme.  An email was sent out by Mrs. Reed earlier with the QR Code attached.

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January 29 - February 2, 2018

January 29

Please come out to the Summit Cafeteria Wednesday, January 31, from 5:30-8:00 PM for the Spring Creek BBQ Emma Strong Fundraiser to show the Mutterer Family the Summit Love! Adults are $12, Children $6. 100% of the money will go to Emma and the Mutterer Family. Activities will also include performances by Summit’s own band and choir! Tickets are only sold that night as you enter the front of Summit HS. 

TCC Students: If you have not paid for your Spring TCC Classes, the payments are due now.  Please pay the Bookkeeper as soon as possible. 

Black Student Union has a meeting this Wednesday after school in room C-12 at 3:15 pm.  Be there or be square.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Students: We continue to ask you to please remove hats, beanies, and hoods while in the school building

Students: You must have and show your school issued ID in order to get your lunch. If there are any questions or issues about ID’s, please find the nearest AP on duty in the cafeteria.

January 30

Please come out to the Summit Cafeteria Wednesday, January 31, from 5:30-8:00 PM for the Spring Creek BBQ Emma Strong Fundraiser to show the Mutterer Family the Summit Love! Adults are $12, Children $6. 100% of the money will go to Emma and the Mutterer Family. Activities will also include performances by Summit’s own band and choir! Tickets are only sold that night as you enter the front of Summit HS. 

Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T-5 as soon as you can!

TCC Students: If you have not paid for your Spring TCC Classes, the payments are due now.  Please pay the Bookkeeper as soon as possible.

This week our student council will be sharing information about Human Trafficking. Look out for posters around school and facts, information, and ways to help sent out on the STUCO remind.

Black Student Union has a meeting this Wednesday after school in room C-12 at 3:15 pm.  Be there or be square.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Students: We continue to ask you to please remove hats, beanies, and hoods while in the school building

Students: You must have and show your school issued ID in order to get your lunch. If there are any questions or issues about ID’s, please find the nearest AP on duty in the cafeteria.

January 31

Please come out to the Summit Cafeteria Wednesday, January 31, from 5:30-8:00 PM for the Spring Creek BBQ Emma Strong Fundraiser to show the Mutterer Family the Summit Love! Adults are $12, Children $6. 100% of the money will go to Emma and the Mutterer Family. Activities will also include performances by Summit’s own band and choir! Tickets are only sold that night as you enter the front of Summit HS. 

Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T-5 as soon as you can!

TCC Students: If you have not paid for your Spring TCC Classes, the payments are due now.  Please pay the Bookkeeper as soon as possible.

This week our student council will be sharing information about Human Trafficking. Look out for posters around school and facts, information, and ways to help sent out on the STUCO remind.

Black Student Union has a meeting this Wednesday after school in room C-12 at 3:15 pm.  Be there or be square.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Students: We continue to ask you to please remove hats, beanies, and hoods while in the school building

Students: You must have and show your school issued ID in order to get your lunch. If there are any questions or issues about ID’s, please find the nearest AP on duty in the cafeteria.

February 1

Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T-5 as soon as you can!

TCC Students: If you have not paid for your Spring TCC Classes, the payments are due now.  Please pay the Bookkeeper as soon as possible.

This week our student council will be sharing information about Human Trafficking. Look out for posters around school and facts, information, and ways to help sent out on the STUCO remind.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Students: We continue to ask you to please remove hats, beanies, and hoods while in the school building

Students: You must have and show your school issued ID in order to get your lunch. If there are any questions or issues about ID’s, please find the nearest AP on duty in the cafeteria.

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

 February 2

Attention All Seniors: If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T-5 as soon as you can!

TCC Students: If you have not paid for your Spring TCC Classes, the payments are due now.  Please pay the Bookkeeper as soon as possible.

This week our student council will be sharing information about Human Trafficking. Look out for posters around school and facts, information, and ways to help sent out on the STUCO remind.

Attention Current 10th graders: You will be meeting with your counselors this week to pick next year’s classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet to your World History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History, you will be coming to the computer lab (C1 and C2) this Friday, February 2nd during 5th period.  Current 9th graders, your registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Students: We continue to ask you to please remove hats, beanies, and hoods while in the school building

Students: You must have and show your school issued ID in order to get your lunch. If there are any questions or issues about ID’s, please find the nearest AP on duty in the cafeteria.

The library has a new contest for the month of February for both staff and students.  It is called “Quotes of Love by Famous African-American Authors.”  To learn more about this contest, including the prize you could win, go to the library and ask.  The contest starts on February 1st and the last day to turn in your contest form is February 13th.  For more information, go to the library.

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January 22-26, 2018

January 22

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Performing Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Movie Club will meet Thursday afternoon, January 25th, in room H-14 to watch “Oz: The Great and Powerful.”  Come join us.

Students, if you are a leader of a team, club or organization you have been adopted into the AMBASSSADORS Club. We will meet Wednesday during advisory, immediately announcements, in the Lecture Hall. Teachers have an updated email list of student leaders as submitted by their sponsors.

Summit will celebrate African American history, HBCU’s and cultural diversity during February. If you are a student that fluently speaks a language other than English, and would like to participate in announcements during February, see Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor Jenkins in the K Hall Office

STEP Team, Featuring S.O.N.G. will participate in a STEP competition, February 3rd, at Lake Ridge High School.

January 23

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention all student council members: Our student council will be focusing this week on “energy and environment” and ways to inform the student body on this subject.  On Thursday January 25th, student council will have a table on the stage during lunch where students can engage and learn more about the environment.

Students:  It is time for 0218-2019 Course Registration process.  The current 11th graders will be meeting with their counselors this week to pick next years classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet with you to your US History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History will be coming to the computer lab on Feb. 2nd during 5th period.  Current 10th graders, your registration window is January 30th through Feb. 6th.  Current 9th Graders registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Movie Club will meet Thursday afternoon, January 25th, in room H-14 to watch “Oz: The Great and Powerful.”  Come join us.

TCC’s Dual Credit Ambassadors is having its first general meeting this Wednesday, January 24th. Stop by to learn about upcoming events such as bowling at Main Event on Sunday, February 18th and the Celebration Ceremony for active members. We are a widespread organization across all MISD high schools and are open to new members! Find out what you can do to make a difference for your fellow TCC Dual Credit Students and how your influence goes beyond MISD by participating in community service, retreats, fundraising, and more! To learn more, be sure to attend our first general meeting of the year this Wednesday, January 24th from 3-4 in T-2

Students, if you are a leader of a team, club or organization you have been adopted into the AMBASSSADORS Club. We will meet Wednesday during advisory, immediately announcements, in the Lecture Hall. Teachers have an updated email list of student leaders as submitted by their sponsors.

Summit will celebrate African American history, HBCU’s and cultural diversity during February. If you are a student that fluently speaks a language other than English, and would like to participate in announcements during February, see Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor Jenkins in the K Hall Office

STEP Team, Featuring S.O.N.G. will participate in a STEP competition, February 3rd, at Lake Ridge High School.

January 24

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention all student council members: Our student council will be focusing this week on “energy and environment” and ways to inform the student body on this subject.  On Thursday January 25th, student council will have a table on the stage during lunch where students can engage and learn more about the environment.

Students:  It is time for 0218-2019 Course Registration process.  The current 11th graders will be meeting with their counselors this week to pick next years classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet with you to your US History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History will be coming to the computer lab on Feb. 2nd during 5th period.  Current 10th graders, your registration window is January 30th through Feb. 6th.  Current 9th Graders registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Movie Club will meet Thursday afternoon, January 25th, in room H-14 to watch “Oz: The Great and Powerful.”  Come join us.

TCC’s Dual Credit Ambassadors is having its first general meeting this Wednesday, January 24th. Stop by to learn about upcoming events such as bowling at Main Event on Sunday, February 18th and the Celebration Ceremony for active members. We are a widespread organization across all MISD high schools and are open to new members! Find out what you can do to make a difference for your fellow TCC Dual Credit Students and how your influence goes beyond MISD by participating in community service, retreats, fundraising, and more! To learn more, be sure to attend our first general meeting of the year this Wednesday, January 24th from 3-4 in T-2

Students, if you are a leader of a team, club or organization you have been adopted into the AMBASSSADORS Club. We will meet Wednesday during advisory, immediately announcements, in the Lecture Hall. Teachers have an updated email list of student leaders as submitted by their sponsors.

Summit will celebrate African American history, HBCU’s and cultural diversity during February. If you are a student that fluently speaks a language other than English, and would like to participate in announcements during February, see Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor Jenkins in the K Hall Office

STEP Team, Featuring S.O.N.G. will participate in a STEP competition, February 3rd, at Lake Ridge High School.

January 25

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention all student council members: Our student council will be focusing this week on “energy and environment” and ways to inform the student body on this subject.  On Thursday January 25th, student council will have a table on the stage during lunch where students can engage and learn more about the environment.

Students:  It is time for 0218-2019 Course Registration process.  The current 11th graders will be meeting with their counselors this week to pick next years classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet with you to your US History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History will be coming to the computer lab on Feb. 2nd during 5th period.  Current 10th graders, your registration window is January 30th through Feb. 6th.  Current 9th Graders registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

Movie Club will meet Thursday afternoon, January 25th, in room H-14 to watch “Oz: The Great and Powerful.”  Come join us.

January 26

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Students:  It is time for 0218-2019 Course Registration process.  The current 11th graders will be meeting with their counselors this week to pick next years classes.  Make sure you bring your Course Planning Sheet with you to your US History Class.  Those of you taking TCC US History will be coming to the computer lab on Feb. 2nd during 5th period.  Current 10th graders, your registration window is January 30th through Feb. 6th.  Current 9th Graders registration window is February 8th through February 16th.

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January 15-19, 2018

January 15

No School - MLK Jr. Day

January 16

FCA will be meeting Friday morning in the lecture hall at 7:00 am.

Movie Club will meet this Thursday (1/18) in room H-14. Come join us!

"Are you interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year? If so, make sure that you and/or your parent attends one of the two informational meetings regarding tryouts. You can attend Monday, January 22 or Thursday, January 25. Both meetings will begin at 7:00pm at the Mansfield ISD Performing Arts Center located behind Ben Barber. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We hope to see you there!"

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention TCC students: You may begin making payments to the bookkeeper for your spring classes.

January 17

FCA will be meeting Friday morning in the lecture hall at 7:00 am.

Movie Club will meet this Thursday (1/18) in room H-14. Come join us!

"Are you interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year? If so, make sure that you and/or your parent attends one of the two informational meetings regarding tryouts. You can attend Monday, January 22 or Thursday, January 25. Both meetings will begin at 7:00pm at the Mansfield ISD Performing Arts Center located behind Ben Barber. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We hope to see you there!"

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention TCC students: You may begin making payments to the bookkeeper for your spring classes.

January 18

FCA will be meeting Friday morning in the lecture hall at 7:00 am.

Movie Club will meet this Thursday (1/18) in room H-14. Come join us!

"Are you interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year? If so, make sure that you and/or your parent attends one of the two informational meetings regarding tryouts. You can attend Monday, January 22 or Thursday, January 25. Both meetings will begin at 7:00pm at the Mansfield ISD Performing Arts Center located behind Ben Barber. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We hope to see you there!"

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention TCC students: You may begin making payments to the bookkeeper for your spring classes.

January 19

"Are you interested in being a part of the award-winning Sapphires Drill Team next year? If so, make sure that you and/or your parent attends one of the two informational meetings regarding tryouts. You can attend Monday, January 22 or Thursday, January 25. Both meetings will begin at 7:00pm at the Mansfield ISD Performing Arts Center located behind Ben Barber. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheets in room J-14. We hope to see you there!"

Attention anyone wanting to try out for Summit Cheerleader or mascot must turn in a proof of residency form to the fine arts secretary at the Center for Preforming Arts no later than 4:30pm January 26 in order to be eligible to for try outs.  If you were unable to attend the parent meeting, the form can be located on the MISD website under fine arts.

Attention TCC students: You may begin making payments to the bookkeeper for your spring classes.

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January 9-12, 2018

January 9

Attention TCC students: Please turn in your fall TCC books to the K-Hall office ASAP.  You may not pick up your spring books until your fall books are turned in.

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

January 10

Attention TCC students: Please turn in your fall TCC books to the K-Hall office ASAP.  You may not pick up your spring books until your fall books are turned in.

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

Attention Freshmen & Sophomores: Do you want to travel to college campuses across Texas?  Do you want to learn skills for college and career readiness?   Are you interested in joining AVID?  If you are, please see Professor Diaz in T5 for more information or to pick up an application?  Remember, you can only join AVID either your freshmen or sophomore year, don’t let this opportunity pass!

If you were in AVID before (like in 8th, 9th, or 10th grade) and would like to re-join AVID, please see Prof. Diaz in T5 to get you back into AVID!!

January 11

Attention TCC students: Please turn in your fall TCC books to the K-Hall office ASAP.  You may not pick up your spring books until your fall books are turned in.

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

Attention Freshmen & Sophomores: Do you want to travel to college campuses across Texas?  Do you want to learn skills for college and career readiness?   Are you interested in joining AVID?  If you are, please see Professor Diaz in T5 for more information or to pick up an application?  Remember, you can only join AVID either your freshmen or sophomore year, don’t let this opportunity pass!

If you were in AVID before (like in 8th, 9th, or 10th grade) and would like to re-join AVID, please see Prof. Diaz in T5 to get you back into AVID!!

The Summit Movie Club will meet today in room H-14.  Join us for Boss Baby.  Hope to see you there.

Attention TCC students: TCC Payments can be made to Mrs. Sanguinetti, our bookkeeper starting next Tuesday, January 16th.  The cost is $65 per class unless you are on the free and reduced lunch program.  Stop by the bookkeeper starting Tuesday January 16th, so that you can take care of your tuition for your spring TCC classes. 

Yoga Club is back in action!  Join us as we get in shape for the new year.  We will resume yoga in the dance room beginning Tuesday from 3:15-4:15.  Snacks will be provided.  Hope to see you on your mat.

Ready Writing will meet on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 in Mrs. Guthrie’s room, I-2.  New members are welcome to attend.  Snacks will be provided.  Join us to improve your expository writing skills and to have the opportunity to compete in UIL competitions.

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, Brandon Martin competed in the 5A UIL Student Congress State Competition in Austin.  After twelve hours of competition, Brandon ranked 3rd out of all the speakers in division 5A, and received the award for top Presiding Officer.  Congratulation!

January 12

Attention TCC students: TCC Payments can be made to Mrs. Sanguinetti, our bookkeeper starting next Tuesday, January 16th.  The cost is $65 per class unless you are on the free and reduced lunch program.  Stop by the bookkeeper starting Tuesday January 16th, so that you can take care of your tuition for your spring TCC classes. 

Yoga Club is back in action!  Join us as we get in shape for the new year.  We will resume yoga in the dance room beginning Tuesday from 3:15-4:15.  Snacks will be provided.  Hope to see you on your mat.

Ready Writing will meet on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 in Mrs. Guthrie’s room, I-2.  New members are welcome to attend.  Snacks will be provided.  Join us to improve your expository writing skills and to have the opportunity to compete in UIL competitions.

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, Brandon Martin competed in the 5A UIL Student Congress State Competition in Austin.  After twelve hours of competition, Brandon ranked 3rd out of all the speakers in division 5A, and received the award for top Presiding Officer.  Congratulation!

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December 18 - 21, 2017

 

December 18

Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor -Jenkins are requesting two (2) names of student leaders from each of your clubs / groups, organization or athletics.  This organization will form the Ambassadors Club.  If possible, we need the student names, along with the organization they represent, before we leave for the Christmas break.  Feel free to respond to this email, or text or drop a note by the office. We are following the Athletics department’s formula to form a composite group of student leaders to assist school staff in passing pertinent campus information through student channels.  These students will communicate, coordinate and disseminate information from other groups ventures through their own organization.  They will assist in leading the charge of bringing alignment to our campus activities and, hopefully, greater student awareness and attendance to our sports event and activities.

A reminder tomorrow, Tuesday, is a B-day, you will take your B-day Finals tomorrow.  Wednesday, December 20th is an A-day, you will do you’re a-day reviews on Wednesday.  Finally, Thursday, December 21st in an A-day, you will take your A-day Finals on Thursday.

A reminder there in no Jag Overtime or Attendance school this week.

Attention students interested in running track: There will be a meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 19th at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall. This meeting is the official track sign up meeting. So anyone that wish to try out for the track teams must attend this meeting. The meeting itself will only last a few minutes. You will receive important information concerning the track tryouts.  What to bring: you will need to bring a device to sign up on line.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th. 

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

December 19

Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor -Jenkins are requesting two (2) names of student leaders from each of your clubs / groups, organization or athletics.  This organization will form the Ambassadors Club.  If possible, we need the student names, along with the organization they represent, before we leave for the Christmas break.  Feel free to respond to this email, or text or drop a note by the office. We are following the Athletics department’s formula to form a composite group of student leaders to assist school staff in passing pertinent campus information through student channels.  These students will communicate, coordinate and disseminate information from other groups ventures through their own organization.  They will assist in leading the charge of bringing alignment to our campus activities and, hopefully, greater student awareness and attendance to our sports event and activities.

Today you are taking your B-day Finals.  Tomorrow, December 20th is an A-day, you will do you’re a-day reviews on Wednesday.  Thursday, December 21st in an A-day, you will take your A-day Finals on Thursday.

A reminder there in no Jag Overtime or Attendance school this week.

Attention students interested in running track: There will be a meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 19th at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall. This meeting is the official track sign up meeting. So anyone that wish to try out for the track teams must attend this meeting. The meeting itself will only last a few minutes. You will receive important information concerning the track tryouts.  What to bring: you will need to bring a device to sign up on line.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th. 

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

December 20

Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor -Jenkins are requesting two (2) names of student leaders from each of your clubs / groups, organization or athletics.  This organization will form the Ambassadors Club.  If possible, we need the student names, along with the organization they represent, before we leave for the Christmas break.  Feel free to respond to this email, or text or drop a note by the office. We are following the Athletics department’s formula to form a composite group of student leaders to assist school staff in passing pertinent campus information through student channels.  These students will communicate, coordinate and disseminate information from other groups ventures through their own organization.  They will assist in leading the charge of bringing alignment to our campus activities and, hopefully, greater student awareness and attendance to our sports event and activities.

Today is an A-day, and you will review for tomorrow's A-day finals.  Tomorrow, December 21st in an A-day, you will take your A-day Finals then.

A reminder there in no Jag Overtime or Attendance school this week.

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

December 21

Dr. McCombs or Mrs. Taylor -Jenkins are requesting two (2) names of student leaders from each of your clubs / groups, organization or athletics.  This organization will form the Ambassadors Club.  If possible, we need the student names, along with the organization they represent, before we leave for the Christmas break.  Feel free to respond to this email, or text or drop a note by the office. We are following the Athletics department’s formula to form a composite group of student leaders to assist school staff in passing pertinent campus information through student channels.  These students will communicate, coordinate and disseminate information from other groups ventures through their own organization.  They will assist in leading the charge of bringing alignment to our campus activities and, hopefully, greater student awareness and attendance to our sports event and activities.

Today is an A-Day, and you are taking your A-day finals today.  Good Luck!

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

 

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December 11 - 15, 2017

 

December 11

Attention all TCC students.  Beginning Monday, December 18th, you will need to report to the library during your assigned TCC block.  Attendance will be taken each block beginning Monday.  There will be no Independent Field Trips next week.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th.

December 12

Attention all TCC students.  Beginning Monday, December 18th, you will need to report to the library during your assigned TCC block.  Attendance will be taken each block beginning Monday.  There will be no Independent Field Trips next week.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th.

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

December 13

Attention all TCC students.  Beginning Monday, December 18th, you will need to report to the library during your assigned TCC block.  Attendance will be taken each block beginning Monday.  There will be no Independent Field Trips next week.

Congratulations to Coach Alfaro for winning a grant provided by the MISD Education Foundation.  The grant funds will be used to purchase DrumFit kits for our Partners in PE classes.

Summit Jaguar Baseball team will have a meeting this afternoon in C9 after school for any player interested in trying out. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Peacock or Coach Lyell this week or next.

There will be a meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 19th at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall. This meeting is the official track sign up meeting. So anyone that wish to try out for the track teams must attend this meeting. The meeting itself will only last a few minutes. You will receive important information concerning the track tryouts. What to bring: you will need to bring a device to sign up on line.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th.

Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Lady Jaguar basketball teams for defeating Legacy last night in their district opener!  Great job to both teams!  Next game is Friday at Timberview.  9th and JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00…come out and support your Lady Jags!

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

December 14

Attention all TCC students.  Beginning Monday, December 18th, you will need to report to the library during your assigned TCC block.  Attendance will be taken each block beginning Monday.  There will be no Independent Field Trips next week.

Summit Jaguar Baseball team will have a meeting this afternoon in C9 after school for any player interested in trying out. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Peacock or Coach Lyell this week or next.

There will be a meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 19th at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall. This meeting is the official track sign up meeting. So anyone that wish to try out for the track teams must attend this meeting. The meeting itself will only last a few minutes. You will receive important information concerning the track tryouts. What to bring: you will need to bring a device to sign up on line.

If you are interested in volunteering at the Arlington Animal Shelter please stop by at pick up a permission slip from room D7. Permission slips MUST returned to either Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Johnson by January 9th.

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

Today is the last day for "Jag Overtime" tutorials for this semester.  Tutorials will resume in 2018.

December 15 

Attention all TCC students.  Beginning Monday, December 18th, you will need to report to the library during your assigned TCC block.  Attendance will be taken each block beginning Monday.  There will be no Independent Field Trips next week.

Summit Jaguar Baseball team will have a meeting this afternoon in C9 after school for any player interested in trying out. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Peacock or Coach Lyell this week or next.

There will be a meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 19th at 3:05 in the Lecture Hall. This meeting is the official track sign up meeting. So anyone that wish to try out for the track teams must attend this meeting. The meeting itself will only last a few minutes. You will receive important information concerning the track tryouts. What to bring: you will need to bring a device to sign up on line.

There will be a mandatory parent meeting for anyone wanting to try out for Summit cheerleader or mascot for the 2018-19 school year on January 9th or 11th at The Center for Performing Arts.  The meeting will begin at 7pm.  A parent or guardian must attend one of the 2 meetings. 

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December 4 - 8, 2017

There are no morning announcements due to EOC testing this week.

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November 27 - December 1, 2017

 

November 27

 The library is hosting a district AcaDec event tomorrow.  Therefore, the library will be closed all day today.  Make plans accordingly.  Also the library welcomes the Anime club on Wednesday after school during their regular club meeting for a comic and manga book reveal.

November 28

The library is hosting a district AcaDec event today.  Therefore, the library is closed all day today.  Make plans accordingly.  Also the library welcomes the Anime club on Wednesday after school during their regular club meeting for a comic and manga book reveal.

Sorry Yogis, but there will be no Yoga Club today. We will resume our usual schedule next Tuesday. Namaste.

 November 29

Yesterday Summit’s AcaDec team won another district title at the Mansfield district meet yesterday.  Summit has never lost this title in its 10 years of existence.  Summit’s team posted a score of 29,350 points, which was 5,770 points more than second place. The following students won awards yesterday:

 In the Honors Division:

 Jake Weaver: 1st place in Math, Music, Art, and Social Science; 2nd place Economics and Science; 1st place Individual Overall and had the highest score of anyone in the district.

Don Nguyen: 2nd place Math

Brandon Martin: 1st place Economics, 3rd place Math and Music; 4th place Individual Overall.

Johnathan Truong: 1st place Language and Literature, 2nd place Social Science, and 3rd place Math; 2nd place Overall Individual.

Vivian Nguyen: 2nd place Music and Language and Literature, 3rd place Economics, Science, Art, and Social Science; 3rd place Overall Individual.

Arantza Zamudio: 3rd place Language and Literature

 In the Scholastic Division:

 Sali Bekir: 1st place in Music, Science, Social Science; 3rd place in Art; 2nd place Overall Individual.

Marjorie Fuller: 2nd place in Music and Science; 4th place Overall Individual.

Sarah Omar: 1st place in Language and Literature; 2nd place in Science, Art, and Social Science; 3rd place in Music; 1st place Overall Individual.

Sara Rahesh:  1st place in Art; 3rd place in Language and Literature and Social Science; 3rd place Overall Individual.

 In the Varsity Division:

 Jacob Shotkoski: 1st place in Math, Music, Language and Literature, Art, Science, Social Science; 2nd place in Economics; 1st place Overall Individual.

Ben Cubbage: 3rd plae in Math and Language and Literature; 4th place Overall individual.

Kevin Le: 2nd place in Science; 3rd place in Music and Art; 2nd place Overall Individual.

Yauncee Yeager: 2nd place in Art; 3rd place in Science

 November 30

MISD’s Toys for Tots Community Event is a week from today!  If you have yet to bring a new, unwrapped toy for Summit’s collection, IT’S NOT TOO LATE!  Bring all collected toys to Ms. Taylor-Jenkins’ office in K-Hall.  We will collect toys through next Wednesday.  Let’s make someone’s holiday extra special this year!

Our volleyball banquet is December 7th in the commons at 6pm.  If you have not received a banquet form, please contact one of the volleyball coaches to receive one.  Deadline for banquet forms and money is December 1st.  Please turn in form and money to Coach Alfaro

December 1

MISD’s Toys for Tots Community Event is a week from today!  If you have yet to bring a new, unwrapped toy for Summit’s collection, IT’S NOT TOO LATE!  Bring all collected toys to Ms. Taylor-Jenkins’ office in K-Hall.  We will collect toys through next Wednesday.  Let’s make someone’s holiday extra special this year!

Our volleyball banquet is December 7th in the commons at 6 pm.  If you have not received a banquet form, please contact one of the volleyball coaches to receive one.  Deadline for banquet forms and money is December 1st.  Please turn in form and money to Coach Alfaro.

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November 13 - 17, 2017

November 13

On Monday, three of our students competed in the Region 11, 5A Student Congress competition- Brandon Martin, Sebastian Stewart-Johnson, and Sara Rahesh.  All three students advanced to the final round of competition and placed in the top 10 overall speakers.  Summit was the only 5A school that had all three of their competitors place in the top 10.  A special congratulations to Brandon Martin for placing 1st overall and receiving the award for top Presiding Officer.  Brandon will be competing at State competition in January.

Are you a girl interested in trying out for soccer? Please go by room G-11 and pick up an information sheet and sign up.  There will be a brief meeting in G-11 on Tuesday, November 16th, after school to answer any questions.  If you do not attend the meeting or sign up, you CANNOT try out.

French club is tomorrow!!  Come to the Foods Lab in J-Hall after school for crepes!

The football coaches would like to thank the staff and students for all their support this year!  Your love and energy was felt on the field Friday vs. Timberview as your Summit jags punched their playoff ticket.  Let’s keep the good vibes rolling this Friday at 7:30 pm vs. Crowley.  The game will be played at Clark Stadium in Fort Worth.  Summit is the home team so bring all of your SUMMIT LOVE!!

Mansfield Summit’s Black Student Union is hosting a can food drive!  We are going to donate all the cans we receive to Mission Arlington to help with the limited amount of food they currently have.  Any student can bring cans to Room C-12 anytime up until November 17th which is the last day we can take them.  For all clubs please get a minimum of 100 cans.  If we all bring cans we can make a huge impact!  Thank you.

November 14

On Monday, three of our students competed in the Region 11, 5A Student Congress competition- Brandon Martin, Sebastian Stewart-Johnson, and Sara Rahesh.  All three students advanced to the final round of competition and placed in the top 10 overall speakers.  Summit was the only 5A school that had all three of their competitors place in the top 10.  A special congratulations to Brandon Martin for placing 1st overall and receiving the award for top Presiding Officer.  Brandon will be competing at State competition in January.

Attention ALL Summit Volleyball Players: Our Banquet is scheduled for December 7th.  Please mark your calendar.  Thank you!

Are you a girl interested in trying out for soccer? Please go by room G-11 and pick up an information sheet and sign up.  There will be a brief meeting in G-11 on Tuesday, November 16th, after school to answer any questions.  If you do not attend the meeting or sign up, you CANNOT try out.

French club is today!!  Come to the Foods Lab in J-Hall after school for crepes!

The Summit Movie Club will be meeting Thursday afternoon, 11/16, to watch Pirates of the Caribbean:  Dead Men Tell No Tales.  Come join us!

The football coaches would like to thank the staff and students for all their support this year!  Your love and energy was felt on the field Friday vs. Timberview as your Summit jags punched their playoff ticket.  Let’s keep the good vibes rolling this Friday at 7:30 pm vs. Crowley.  The game will be played at Clark Stadium in Fort Worth.  Summit is the home team so bring all of your SUMMIT LOVE!!

Mansfield Summit’s Black Student Union is hosting a can food drive!  We are going to donate all the cans we receive to Mission Arlington to help with the limited amount of food they currently have.  Any student can bring cans to Room C-12 anytime up until November 17th which is the last day we can take them.  For all clubs please get a minimum of 100 cans.  If we all bring cans we can make a huge impact!  Thank you.

Sons of Summit Meeting today in F-6 from 3:15-4:15.

November 15

Attention ALL Summit Volleyball Players: Our Banquet is scheduled for December 7th.  Please mark your calendar.  Thank you!

Are you a girl interested in trying out for soccer? Please go by room G-11 and pick up an information sheet and sign up.  There will be a brief meeting in G-11 on Tuesday, November 16th, after school to answer any questions.  If you do not attend the meeting or sign up, you CANNOT try out.

The Summit Movie Club will be meeting Thursday afternoon, 11/16, to watch Pirates of the Caribbean:  Dead Men Tell No Tales.  Come join us!

The football coaches would like to thank the staff and students for all their support this year!  Your love and energy was felt on the field Friday vs. Timberview as your Summit jags punched their playoff ticket.  Let’s keep the good vibes rolling this Friday at 7:30 pm vs. Crowley.  The game will be played at Clark Stadium in Fort Worth.  Summit is the home team so bring all of your SUMMIT LOVE!!

Mansfield Summit’s Black Student Union is hosting a can food drive!  We are going to donate all the cans we receive to Mission Arlington to help with the limited amount of food they currently have.  Any student can bring cans to Room C-12 anytime up until November 17th which is the last day we can take them.  For all clubs please get a minimum of 100 cans.  If we all bring cans we can make a huge impact!  Thank you.

Powder Puff Football will resume after the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up this month’s reading challenge.  This is a double month challenge.  So your completed form is not due until Dec. 21st.

Students: This is just a reminder that you will need either the library pass or a teacher pass to come to the library during lunch.  The library gives out passes before school starts, or your teacher can write one for you before you leave for lunch.  Be prepared.  Come to the library with a pass.

November 16

Are you a girl interested in trying out for soccer? Please go by room G-11 and pick up an information sheet and sign up.  There will be a brief meeting in G-11 on Tuesday, November 16th, after school to answer any questions.  If you do not attend the meeting or sign up, you CANNOT try out.

The Summit Movie Club will be meeting Thursday afternoon, 11/16, to watch Pirates of the Caribbean:  Dead Men Tell No Tales.  Come join us!

The football coaches would like to thank the staff and students for all their support this year!  Your love and energy was felt on the field Friday vs. Timberview as your Summit jags punched their playoff ticket.  Let’s keep the good vibes rolling this Friday at 7:30 pm vs. Crowley.  The game will be played at Clark Stadium in Fort Worth.  Summit is the home team so bring all of your SUMMIT LOVE!!

Mansfield Summit’s Black Student Union is hosting a can food drive!  We are going to donate all the cans we receive to Mission Arlington to help with the limited amount of food they currently have.  Any student can bring cans to Room C-12 anytime up until November 17th which is the last day we can take them.  For all clubs please get a minimum of 100 cans.  If we all bring cans we can make a huge impact!  Thank you.

Powder Puff Football will resume after the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up this month’s reading challenge.  This is a double month challenge.  So your completed form is not due until Dec. 21st.

Students: This is just a reminder that you will need either the library pass or a teacher pass to come to the library during lunch.  The library gives out passes before school starts, or your teacher can write one for you before you leave for lunch.  Be prepared.  Come to the library with a pass.

November 17

Powder Puff Football will resume after the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up this month’s reading challenge.  This is a double month challenge.  So your completed form is not due until Dec. 21st.

Students: This is just a reminder that you will need either the library pass or a teacher pass to come to the library during lunch.  The library gives out passes before school starts, or your teacher can write one for you before you leave for lunch.  Be prepared.  Come to the library with a pass.

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November 6 - 10, 2017

November 6

There will be a brief UIL Science meeting for all interested students from 3:00-3:30 pm on Thursday, Nov 9th in room H-14.  We will discuss study materials and upcoming meets.  If you cannot attend, please stop by and get the Goole Classroom Code for the materials.  Thank you.

From now until December 6th, Summit HS will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots.  We ask that all clubs and organizations help us collect as many toys as possible.  We will have a competition amongst all the departments across Summit.  Make sure to bring toys to your club/organization sponsor so that they can keep count and have our friendly competition!  Whichever department brings the most toys per person will win a prize.

Seniors: Please make sure that you check the spelling of your name for graduation.  We have the QR code in the counseling office you can use to submit the correct spelling of your name.  We need everyone who hasn’t done this already to do so.  Thanks.

November 7

There will be a brief UIL Science meeting for all interested students from 3:00-3:30 pm on Thursday, Nov 9th in room H-14.  We will discuss study materials and upcoming meets.  If you cannot attend, please stop by and get the Goole Classroom Code for the materials.  Thank you.

From now until December 6th, Summit HS will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots.  We ask that all clubs and organizations help us collect as many toys as possible.  We will have a competition amongst all the departments across Summit.  Make sure to bring toys to your club/organization sponsor so that they can keep count and have our friendly competition!  Whichever department brings the most toys per person will win a prize.

Seniors: Please make sure that you check the spelling of your name for graduation.  We have the QR code in the counseling office you can use to submit the correct spelling of your name.  We need everyone who hasn’t done this already to do so.  Thanks.

November 8

There will be a brief UIL Science meeting for all interested students from 3:00-3:30 pm on Thursday, Nov 9th in room H-14.  We will discuss study materials and upcoming meets.  If you cannot attend, please stop by and get the Goole Classroom Code for the materials.  Thank you.

From now until December 6th, Summit HS will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots.  We ask that all clubs and organizations help us collect as many toys as possible.  We will have a competition amongst all the departments across Summit.  Make sure to bring toys to your club/organization sponsor so that they can keep count and have our friendly competition!  Whichever department brings the most toys per person will win a prize.

Seniors: Please make sure that you check the spelling of your name for graduation.  We have the QR code in the counseling office you can use to submit the correct spelling of your name.  We need everyone who hasn’t done this already to do so.  Thanks.

Friday is senior night at Newsom Stadium.  Support your Summit Jag Seniors by wearing black on Friday

TAFE would like to thank all who supported the popcorn sales the past 2 days.  We are “Popping” with appreciation….

November 9

There will be a brief UIL Science meeting for all interested students from 3:00-3:30 pm today, Nov 9th in room H-14.  We will discuss study materials and upcoming meets.  If you cannot attend, please stop by and get the Goole Classroom Code for the materials.  Thank you.

From now until December 6th, Summit HS will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots.  We ask that all clubs and organizations help us collect as many toys as possible.  We will have a competition amongst all the departments across Summit.  Make sure to bring toys to your club/organization sponsor so that they can keep count and have our friendly competition!  Whichever department brings the most toys per person will win a prize.

Seniors: Please make sure that you check the spelling of your name for graduation.  We have the QR code in the counseling office you can use to submit the correct spelling of your name.  We need everyone who hasn’t done this already to do so.  Thanks.

Friday is senior night at Newsom Stadium.  Support your Summit Jag Seniors by wearing black on Friday

November 10

From now until December 6th, Summit HS will be collecting donations for Toys for Tots.  We ask that all clubs and organizations help us collect as many toys as possible.  We will have a competition amongst all the departments across Summit.  Make sure to bring toys to your club/organization sponsor so that they can keep count and have our friendly competition!  Whichever department brings the most toys per person will win a prize.

Seniors: Please make sure that you check the spelling of your name for graduation.  We have the QR code in the counseling office you can use to submit the correct spelling of your name.  We need everyone who hasn’t done this already to do so.  Thanks.

Friday is senior night at Newsom Stadium.  Support your Summit Jag Seniors by wearing black on Friday

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October 30 - November 3, 2017

October 30

There will be a red ribbon week poster contest with prizes for the top three posters submitted.  The deadline to turn in your poster is Friday.  See Student Council for more info.

Yoga Club will not be meeting on Halloween.  We will resume our regular schedule next Tuesday, November 7.  Happy Halloween!

If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to him as soon as you can!

October 31

There will be a red ribbon week poster contest with prizes for the top three posters submitted.  The deadline to turn in your poster is Friday.  See Student Council for more info.

If you are interested in learning about scholarship opportunities, and how your credits may transfer to your college of choice, please join DCA, this Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 in T2 with guest speaker Dr. Jerry Coats, Dean of Liberal Arts at TCC Southeast.  He will be providing scholarship information and please see Ms. Lail in T-2 for additional information.

Tomorrow, November 1st, the Black Student Union is hosting a potluck cookout!  All are invited to come, bring food, eat and have a lot of fun!  You can bring all foods, ranging from chips, cookies, to cooked food!  This event will take place in C-12 at 3:15 pm!!  We look forward to seeing everyone there.

Yoga Club will not be meeting on Halloween.  We will resume our regular schedule next Tuesday, November 7.  Happy Halloween!

If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to him as soon as you can!

Please help us raise awareness against drugs by participating in our dress up days.

  • Wednesday is “Too Smart for Drugs” – Dress like a Nerd
  • Thursday is “Team up against Drugs” – Wear your favorite Jersey
  • Friday is “Turn your back on drugs” – Wear your best 90’s outfit

November 1

There will be a red ribbon week poster contest with prizes for the top three posters submitted.  The deadline to turn in your poster is Friday.  See Student Council for more info.

If you have been accepted to college or university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to him as soon as you can!

Please help us raise awareness against drugs by participating in our dress up days.

  • Thursday is “Team up against Drugs” – Wear your favorite Jersey
  • Friday is “Turn your back on drugs” – Wear your best 90’s outfit

November 2

There will be a red ribbon week poster contest with prizes for the top three posters submitted.  The deadline to turn in your poster is Friday.  See Student Council for more info.

Please help us raise awareness against drugs by participating in our dress up days.

  • Thursday is “Team up against Drugs” – Wear your favorite Jersey
  • Friday is “Turn your back on drugs” – Wear your best 90’s outfit
Have you ever had something break or stop working and wished you knew how to fix it?  Well, join Mr. Soules and Mr. Vogel in the Repair Club on November 6th at 3 pm in J-2.  We will demonstrate how to repair items around the house.  If you have a broken item, bring it and maybe we can show you how to fix it.
TAFE is selling Summit Love T-shirts for  $10.00 or $15.00 for long sleeve through Nov. 7th.  Your support is appreciated, and you can see an example of the shirts in the counselors. Order yours TODAY!
All TCC Students who have not completed the online registrations process for Spring courses, please come to C-1 tomorrow between 7:30 and noon.
Make sure you are using MISD WIFI Login on your iPads.  If not, do a reset network settings and login to wifi again.  Mandatory iPads checks will occur the whole year.  Please bring your iPads to school to do this.
Call all freshmen boys that are interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  If this is you and you are not currently playing football, come see Coach Prichett in the JV gym after school to register.  You will need to have a valid physical and all of your online paperwork completed.  You will also need to be passing all of your classes.  If you are currently playing football and plan to try out for basketball please speak with Coach Lyell so he can put your name on the list.

November 3

Have you ever had something break or stop working and wished you knew how to fix it?  Well, join Mr. Soules and Mr. Vogel in the Repair Club on November 6th at 3 pm in J-2.  We will demonstrate how to repair items around the house.  If you have a broken item, bring it and maybe we can show you how to fix it.

TAFE is selling Summit Love T-shirts for  $10.00 or $15.00 for long sleeve through Nov. 7th.  Your support is appreciated, and you can see an example of the shirts in the counselors. Order yours TODAY!

All TCC Students who have not completed the online registrations process for Spring courses, please come to C-1 tomorrow between 7:30 and noon.

Make sure you are using MISD WIFI Login on your iPads.  If not, do a reset network settings and login to wifi again.  Mandatory iPads checks will occur the whole year.  Please bring your iPads to school to do this.

Call all freshmen boys that are interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  If this is you and you are not currently playing football, come see Coach Prichett in the JV gym after school to register.  You will need to have a valid physical and all of your online paperwork completed.  You will also need to be passing all of your classes.  If you are currently playing football and plan to try out for basketball please speak with Coach Lyell so he can put your name on the list.

 

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October 23 - 27, 2017

October 23

There will be a UIL Science Team meeting on Thursday (10/26) at 3 pm in room H-14.  If you are interested in competing in UIL Science, please come by and get some information.  First meet is November 4th.

This week is Homecoming week.  Help us celebrate by participating in our dress up days

If you’re not playing football, and is interested in trying out for the boys basketball team, please see Coach Prichett during advisory in the varsity gym Monday October 23rd or Tuesday October 24th.  You must have a valid physical and your online paperwork done in order to tryout.  Again, this is only for boys currently not playing football in grades 10th – 12th.  Freshmen and students playing football will have an opportunity to tryout for the team at a later date.

We are hitting a busy time in the semester; ad yoga is the perfect way to relieve some of that stress!  Join us for Yoga Club on Tuesday in the dance room from 3:15-4:15.  We will have snacks after practice.  Hope to see you on your mat!

October 24

There will be a UIL Science Team meeting on Thursday (10/26) at 3 pm in room H-14.  If you are interested in competing in UIL Science, please come by and get some information.  First meet is November 4th.

This week is Homecoming week.  Help us celebrate by participating in our dress up days

If you’re not playing football, and is interested in trying out for the boys basketball team, please see Coach Prichett during advisory in the varsity gym Monday October 23rd or Tuesday October 24th.  You must have a valid physical and your online paperwork done in order to tryout.  Again, this is only for boys currently not playing football in grades 10th – 12th.  Freshmen and students playing football will have an opportunity to tryout for the team at a later date.

We are hitting a busy time in the semester; ad yoga is the perfect way to relieve some of that stress!  Join us for Yoga Club on Tuesday in the dance room from 3:15-4:15.  We will have snacks after practice.  Hope to see you on your mat!

Sophomores who are interested in helping with homecoming decorations come to Mrs. Trevino’s room, G-2, Wednesday after school.

Come out and kick off basketball season with the Lady Jags and Jags at our annual Midnight Madness (Not at Midnight), Thursday at 9:30 pm in the Varsity gym!!

Next Wednesday, November 1st, the Black Student Union is hosting a potluck cookout!  Everyone is invited to come, bring food, eat, and have a lot of fun!  You can bring all foods, ranging from chips, cookies, to cooked food!  This event will take place in C-12 at 3:15 pm.  We look forward to seeing everyone there!

October 25

There will be a UIL Science Team meeting on Thursday (10/26) at 3 pm in room H-14.  If you are interested in competing in UIL Science, please come by and get some information.  First meet is November 4th.

This week is Homecoming week.  Help us celebrate by participating in our dress up days.

Sophomores who are interested in helping with homecoming decorations come to Mrs. Trevino’s room, G-2, Wednesday after school.

The deadline for the October Reading Challenge is upon us.  Please turn in your information by Oct 31 to claim your prize.  If you have questions, visit the library.  Also, there are free books in the library.  This offer is good for both students and staff.  There will be different books each week from now until Christmas.  These are older books that need a good home.  You are only limited by the number you can carry.  See you in the library.

Come out and kick off basketball season with the Lady Jags and Jags at our annual Midnight Madness (Not at Midnight), Thursday at 9:30 pm in the Varsity gym!!

Detention/Attendance school, jag overtime will be cancelled on Thursday, Oct 26th due to parent teacher conferences in the evening.

There is no, I repeat, NO Step team practice today.

Next Wednesday, November 1st, the Black Student Union is hosting a potluck cookout!  Everyone is invited to come, bring food, eat, and have a lot of fun!  You can bring all foods, ranging from chips, cookies, to cooked food!  This event will take place in C-12 at 3:15 pm.  We look forward to seeing everyone there!

October 26

There will be a UIL Science Team meeting on Thursday (10/26) at 3 pm in room H-14.  If you are interested in competing in UIL Science, please come by and get some information.  First meet is November 4th.

This week is Homecoming week.  Help us celebrate by participating in our dress up days.

The deadline for the October Reading Challenge is upon us.  Please turn in your information by Oct 31 to claim your prize.  If you have questions, visit the library.  Also, there are free books in the library.  This offer is good for both students and staff.  There will be different books each week from now until Christmas.  These are older books that need a good home.  You are only limited by the number you can carry.  See you in the library.

Detention/Attendance school, jag overtime will be cancelled on Thursday, Oct 26th due to parent teacher conferences in the evening.

Next Wednesday, November 1st, the Black Student Union is hosting a potluck cookout!  Everyone is invited to come, bring food, eat, and have a lot of fun!  You can bring all foods, ranging from chips, cookies, to cooked food!  This event will take place in C-12 at 3:15 pm.  We look forward to seeing everyone there!

October 27

No school today, parent conferences from 7-11 am.

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October 16 - 20, 2017

October 16

On Saturday, the Summit Choir Department hosted Round 2 of the Texas Music Educators Association’s All State Choir auditions for Region 5. Of the 15 Summit Choir students who auditioned, 13 have been chosen to represent MISD and Summit in one of Region Five’s honor Choirs! Please congratulate the following students for their unwavering dedication and diligent perseverance of this high honor!  We are so proud of everyone who helped with the audition and all of our honor choir members.  You can see these choirs perform on Saturday November 11 @5pm at the MISD Center for Perfirming Arts.

 9/10 Honor Choir:

Kaleb Jarmon, Tenor 1

Jarrail Stevens, Tenor 1

Nick Leissler, Bass 1


All-District Honor Treble Choir:

Carsen Pool, Soprano 2

Anaka Devorshak, Alto 1


All-Region Choir Advancing to Round 3 All State auditions:

Mackenzie Rieter, Chair 1 Soprano 1

Angel Reeve, Chair 2 Soprano 2

Veronica Lindsey, Chair 3 Alto 2

Freddie Tigner, Chair 17 Tenor 1

Justin Jolly, Chair 17 Tenor 2

Jake Hanes, Chair 8 Bass 1

Chandler Webb, Chair 10 Bass 2

 

"Jaguars!! Every Tuesday, 3:10-4:10, a new opportunity for some students to learn more about what they believe and others to grow is back for a new year! "AWAKEN" is a Christian-based Club that encourages believers to Be Bold and to learn how to love and serve others! We will meet in Room G-9. THERE WILL BE SNACKS! Make plans NOW to join us TUESDAY! See YOU there!!"

This weekend, the Summit Marching Band competed at the Wylie Marching Contest. They earned 3rd place in their division in prelims, placing them 5th overall. They had an outstanding run in finals which allowed them to move up 2 places and earn 3rd place overall at the contest. Congratulations to the Summit Band!

Congratulations to our Jaguar swimmers for their performances at last weekend’s Arlington Invitational!!! Our swimmers achieved lots of seasonal best times and competed at a great level!! Our Swimmers of the meet were Helen Crosthwait and Bailey Thomason!!  Great Job!!!

Our next stop will be this Thursday afternoon as we will be swimming vs  Burleson Centennial High School. The meet starts at 6:30pm at our LISD Natatorium. 

MSA will meet at 3pm tomorrow, Tuesday Oct. 17th, in F-4.

October 17

Calling all movie lovers! Join us for “Rogue One” after school on Thursday, 10/19 in room H-14. Come prepared to pick a movie for November as well. See you there!

"Jaguars!! Every Tuesday, 3:10-4:10, a new opportunity for some students to learn more about what they believe and others to grow is back for a new year! "AWAKEN" is a Christian-based Club that encourages believers to Be Bold and to learn how to love and serve others! We will meet in Room G-9. THERE WILL BE SNACKS! Make plans NOW to join us TUESDAY! See YOU there!!"

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting next Monday night at 6:30 pm.  This will be the first of what we hope will be a once a month night meeting.  Please join us in the Jag room where we will have food, and a guest speaker.  The guest speaker is Christian Brown from Koinonia Church. 

Attention Seniors: If you have been accepted to college university, Prof. Diaz would love a copy of your acceptance letter.  Please bring it to T5 as soon as you can!

MSA will meet at 3pm today, Tuesday Oct. 17th, in F-4.


October 18

Veterans Day Luncheon is coming on November 10th, in our cafeteria.  Veteran family members will have lunch provided for them.  Students, as the date draws near, advise your veteran family member of your lunch time because this is the only time you will be allowed to sit and eat with them.  

If you have applied to Prairie View A&M or you are thinking about applying please listen up.  Please stop by the Counselor’s office to fill out an application for a $5000 district scholarship.  The deadline to fill out this application is 3:00 pm October 25th.

The Summit Chess Club meets in room A2 after school every Thursday, everyone is welcome whatever your skill level! See you there

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting next Monday night at 6:30 pm.  This will be the first of what we hope will be a once a month night meeting.  Please join us in the Jag room where we will have food, and a guest speaker.  The guest speaker is Christian Brown from Koinonia Church. 

 If you’re still looking to join our male leadership group but need an alternative time other than Tuesday after school, then look no further.  We will also meet every Tuesday, during each lunch block, beginning in November.  See Dr. McCombs in K-Hall office for more details.

There is an NHS meeting tomorrow at 3:05 in G1.  Email Mr. Schrodt if you cannot attend.

October 19

Veterans Day Luncheon is coming on November 10th, in our cafeteria.  Veteran family members will have lunch provided for them.  Students, as the date draws near, advise your veteran family member of your lunch time because this is the only time you will be allowed to sit and eat with them.  

If you have applied to Prairie View A&M or you are thinking about applying please listen up.  Please stop by the Counselor’s office to fill out an application for a $5000 district scholarship.  The deadline to fill out this application is 3:00 pm October 25th.

The Summit Chess Club meets in room A2 after school every Thursday, everyone is welcome whatever your skill level! See you there

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting next Monday night at 6:30 pm.  This will be the first of what we hope will be a once a month night meeting.  Please join us in the Jag room where we will have food, and a guest speaker.  The guest speaker is Christian Brown from Koinonia Church. 

 If you’re still looking to join our male leadership group but need an alternative time other than Tuesday after school, then look no further.  We will also meet every Tuesday, during each lunch block, beginning in November.  See Dr. McCombs in K-Hall office for more details.

There is an NHS meeting today at 3:05 in G1.  Email Mr. Schrodt if you cannot attend.

 October 20

Veterans Day Luncheon is coming on November 10th, in our cafeteria.  Veteran family members will have lunch provided for them.  Students, as the date draws near, advise your veteran family member of your lunch time because this is the only time you will be allowed to sit and eat with them.  

If you have applied to Prairie View A&M or you are thinking about applying please listen up.  Please stop by the Counselor’s office to fill out an application for a $5000 district scholarship.  The deadline to fill out this application is 3:00 pm October 25th.

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be meeting next Monday night at 6:30 pm.  This will be the first of what we hope will be a once a month night meeting.  Please join us in the Jag room where we will have food, and a guest speaker.  The guest speaker is Christian Brown from Koinonia Church. 

 If you’re still looking to join our male leadership group but need an alternative time other than Tuesday after school, then look no further.  We will also meet every Tuesday, during each lunch block, beginning in November.  See Dr. McCombs in K-Hall office for more details.


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October 9-13, 2017


October 10

STEP Team & S.O.N.G:  Upon pep rally release, promptly meet Mrs. Taylor-Jenkins & Dr. McCombs at K-Hall office.  Teachers have a list of members.

Sons of Summit:   Meeting today in F6, 3:15 – 4:15 today.

Attention Summit Bowlers:  There will be a bowling meeting Tuesday, October 10 at 6 pm at Alley Cats.

Attention Dual Credit Students:  DCA members will be meeting this Saturday, October 14th, for some fun in the sun at Stovall Park.  The park is located at 2800 W. Sublett Rd, 76001.  We will be there from 2-5 pm.  We hope to see you there!   Please see ms. Lail in T-2 in the portables for more information.

This week is cancer awareness week.  Today's color is Pink in support of those with breast cancer.  Tomorrow wear orange to honor JuJu. #doitforjuju

October 11

This week is cancer awareness week.  Today's color is orange in honor of JuJu.  Tomorrow's color is black to honor the staff member who had melanoma.

Due to the PSAT and ASVAB testing today, we will be on an altered bell schedule.  That schedule has been emailed to your teachers.

Sophomore assembly for Frontier Academy is today at 2:00 in the gym.

October 12

This week is cancer awareness week. Today' color is black to honor the staff member who had melanoma.  Tomorrow's color is neon to honor those who are closest to you.

For those seniors who visited a college campus on Wednesday, bring your excused note to your assistant principal.

The October Reading Challenge is underway.  Go to the library to pick yours up today.  You have until Oct. 31st to turn in your completed form.

October 13

This week is cancer awareness week. Today' color is black to honor the staff member who had melanoma.  Tomorrow's color is neon to honor those who are closest to you.

For those seniors who visited a college campus on Wednesday, bring your excused note to your assistant principal.

The October Reading Challenge is underway.  Go to the library to pick yours up today.  You have until Oct. 31st to turn in your completed form.

Free books in the library.  Swing by and pick up a few for your personal collection.

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October 2-6, 2017

 

10/2

The African Student Association plans to meet on Monday in room H-13 from 3:05-3:45.

9/27

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10/4

Are you a junior or senior interested in attending Prairie View A&M University?  Then join us for Panther Pride Night at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts.  Panther Pride Night will be held on October 4th, at 6:30 PM.

9/29

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10/2

Bonjour!  French club meets after school on Monday October 2 in G-4.  Did you know camouflage is a French word?  The French army was the first to develop the use of camouflage during World War I.

10/2

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10/5

Attention all students:

 

Students if you no longer have Airwatch and see iMessage on your iPads, Please come see Mrs. Lujan in the library before your iPad is taken up for Non Compliance.

 

 

10/3

10/4
10/12

10/13

10/18

10/19

10/24

10/25

Attention Students:

 

If you have applied to Prairie View A&M or you are thinking about applying please listen up.  Please stop by the Counselor’s office to fill out an application for a $5000 district scholarship.  The deadline to fill out this application is 3:00 pm October 25th.

9/27

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10/5

Attention Seniors:

 

The FAFSA Application will open October 1st.  If you would like hands on assistance completing the FAFSA, please join us Thursday evening, October 5th.  Representatives from the TCC Financial Aid office will be available at the MISD Center for the Performing Arts in the computer labs the evening of October 5th to assist all senior students and their families.  We will have one session from 6:30-7:15 and a second session from 7:15-8:00.  If you would like to reserve your spot, then register for the session of your choice using the QR codes posted around and in the counseling center.

10/2

Attention Students:

 

The Black Student Union is a new club that’s being started here at Summit High School for any and all students interested in learning about rich African American Culture.  The club will feature many different service projects, fun lessons, and of course food.  The club will meet in C-12 every other Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15 pm.  For more information talk to Melanie Hollis or Sebastian Stewart Johnson for more information.

10/2

The Muslim Student Association will be meeting at 3pm on October 3 in

F-4.

10/2

Attention all LGBTQ students of Summit High School.  We will be having our first meeting for the Pride Club in G-9 after school from 3-4 pm.  We hope to see you there!

9/28

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10/4

Attention Stuco members:

 

STUCO student body meeting will be Wednesday October 4, during all lunches in the STUCO room.  Please make sure you bring your completed point sheet.

9/29

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10/2

The Texas Association for Future Educators will hold a meeting during Advisory on Oct. 3rd.  Any student interested in learning more, will need to go by PE-2 and pick up a pass to be released.  Love-Teach-Rock N Roll.

 

 

 

 

 

 And for today’s random facts:

 

On this day in 1836 The British naturalist Charles Darwin returns to England, aboard the HMS Beagle.  His return marked the end of the five-year surveying expedition of the southern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. 

 

Also….Did you know that the United States has more cars than any other country in the world, at 300 million.  China comes in a distant second, at 78 million.

 

September 25 - 29, 2017

 

 

 

9/26

Attention Freshmen class:

 

Here are your freshmen election results…..(drumroll)

 

President: Meghan Morris

Vice President:  Sara Mora

Secretary: Esra Ghanim

Treasurer: Stefanie Otwori

9/26

Powederpuff Football will meet this Wednesday, Sept 27 at 3:05 at the entrance of F-Hall.  Please see Mr. Whitney in D-1 with any questions.

9/25

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9/27

Attention Summit Students and Staff:

 

Meals on Wheels need your help!  JROTC is collaborating with Meals on Wheels to collect bagged pet food.  Your donations should weigh at a maximum of 10lb.  We will begin taking in pet food on Sept. 25th through Oct 15th.  We will be collecting pet food in bins at the commons, in J Hall, By the Jaguar statue, and in front of the library.  Thank you.

 

9/25

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9/28

THE UIL Academic teams will have an informational meeting in I-11 on Thursday, 9/28 from 3-4pm.  We will have information regarding practices and competitions for a variety of events which include:  Speech and Debate, Spelling, Journalism, Ready Writing, Literary Criticism, Social Studies, Current Events, Math, Science, and Computer Applications.  Light refreshments will be served!

9/26

Attention Sons of Summit:

 

Meeting Today in F6, 3:15-4:15.  Bring signed Creeds.  This is the last week to join for newcomers.

9/26

Calling ALL Jags! Join AWAKEN today to learn more about what you believe, to be Bold in that belief, and to learn how to better love and serve others! The AWAKEN group is a Christian-based Club that encourages all believers and seekers. We meet in Room G-9 every Tuesday, including today! Make plans NOW to join us THIS AFTERNOON! See YOU there!!”

 

9/26

The Muslim Student Association has its 1st meeting today, Sept. 26, in F-4 at 3:05 pm.

 

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!!



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