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Sign up now! Clubs begin September 16th


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Clubs begin September 16th!


FREE CLUBS FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED IN AFTER SCHOOL CARE!!

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2019 TEA Campus Report

Dear Falcon Community,
As a result of providing meaningful & challenging academic curriculum and ongoing positive school culture with character development efforts, we got A rating in state accountability rating and earned all possible distinction designations.

SEVEN EARNED DISTINCTION DESIGNAGTIONS

* ELA/Reading
* Mathematics
* Science
* Social Studies
* Compartive Academic Growth
* Postsecondary Readiness
* Comparative Closing the Gaps
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SST New Attendance Policy 2019 - 2020

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SST Tardy to School Policy

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Title I Parent & Family Engagement Meeting @ SST District Office

Dear Parents and community,

You are invited to attend and participate in our Title I District Parent Parental and Family Engagement meeting.

Location: 5300 Wurzbach Road Suite 800, San Antonio, TX 78238

Date: 09/25/2019

Time: 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

*******Light refreshments and child care will be provided.

Therefore, please give a response, that you will attend by filling out this google survey by Sept. 20, 2019 midnight by clicking on this link Parent Survey on Attending District Title I Part A Parental and Family Engagement Meeting 9/25/2019 due 9/20/2019 it will close.

We hope to see you there, us know if you will attend so we can prepare the conference room. Thank you all for your support and efforts to improve our Districts as we grow.

Please find the meeting information in several languages as an attachment. read more . . .


Dress Code Policy

Dear Parents:
Attached is the student dress code policy for all SST student. Please review. Dress code policy is mandatory. read more . . .


GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) Announcement!

GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) Announcement!
 

School of Science and Technology-Advancement is now accepting gifted and talented nominations for all SST enrolled students in grades K-8 for gifted and talented screening process. If your student is enrolled in the 2019-20 school year and would like to be considered for GT testing, please fill out the nomination form located in the front office or on the school website. Forms must be returned to the front office no later than Otober 1st.
You must wait 1 full year in order to be retested

For more information about the screening and identification process, please contact your school's GT Coach pwoo@ssttx.org


FOR PARENTS GT NOMINATION FORM ENGLISH

FOR PARENTS GT NOMINATION FORM SPANISH

FOR TEACHERS GT NOMINATION FORM


TitIe 1 Parental & Family Engagement Meeting /Título 1 Padres

DEAR PARENTS:

You are Cordially Invited to Attend

School of Science and Technology Advancement

TitIe 1 Parental & Family Engagement Meeting

QUERIDOS PADRES:

Están cordialmente invitados a asistir a la

Escuela de Ciencia y Tecnología Advancement

Título 1 Padres

Reunión de Compromiso de la Familia

WHERE: September 5, 2019

WHEN: SST Advancement Cafeteria

Goal/Purpose: Review, evaluate and update/develop Written Parent and Family Engagement (PFE) Policy and the School-Parent Compact, evaluation, Review 19-20 CIP, Review 19-20 campus budget, & Review 18-19 Campus Program

Agenda Items:

Title I Program Presentation

Review and evaluate last year’s PFE Policy and School-Parent Compact

Jointly develop Parent and Family Engagement Policy and Compact for current year

Review Campus Program Evaluation of 19-20 School year

2019-2020 Campus Improvement plan (CIP) goals

2019-2020 budget

2018-2019 Campus Review

Comments, Q&A


Falcon Parental Portal

Dear Falcon Community

You will be able to find a supply list, student handbook, academic calendar, parent volunteer information, after school care information, parent compacts, campus improvement plan, etc.

The school constantly update this portal. If you need anything about our school, we encourage you to check this folder first.
Please click here to access our Parent Portal

Thank you for your cooperation. read more . . .


2019-2020 Bell Schedule


SST-ADVANCEMENT FALCON CARE PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM

We take great pride in providing a safe and engaging environment for your child after school each day. FALCON care will start on August 21, 2019. The program will run from 3:20 pm. to either 4:30 pm (half day option) or until 6:00 pm. (full day option). (See the payment Details)

Here will be our Activity Rotations: (varies daily by grade level).
* Snack *Homework * Art * Technology *Soccer Field / Playground * Free Play
Please click here to register and get more information online!


Homevisit Drive

Dear Caring Falcon Parents / Guardians,

Our dedicated teachers would like to make a home visit for positive school culture and climate among the school community. The benefits of school home visit program:
Strengthening parent-teacher relationships.
Increasing overall student achievement.
Decreasing student behavioral problem.
Increasing student attendance and homework return rate.
Feeling of trust, mutual respect, empowerment, and accountability by parents, students, and staff.
Homevisit Drive Dates : Saturdays August 10th and 17th

Click here to acess the Form


Parent Access to STAAR Student Portal

Dear Falcon Parents,

SST-Advancement proudly announces our results and congratulate you and your child for the great achievement on STAAR tests. Your cooperation, our students’ hard work and our teachers’ dedication and caring are paid off with great success on state tests. We have

100% success on 5th grade Math and Science,
100% success on 8th grade Reading and Social Studies STAAR tests.
90% or above success on 3rd, 5th, 7th Grade Reading,
90% or above success on 8th Grade Science and 7th grade Math!

Kudos to all stakeholders-our teachers, students and parents!

You may also check online using your child’s unique access code on the report anytime from TEA website.


Click here if you already have your child's unique code


Click here to get your child's unique code

Please keep supporting your child and us to continue in this joyful journey.


Thank you for your commitment and continuous support.


The Resolution Received from honorable Texas State Senator Borris Miles.

The Resolution received from honorable Texas State Senator Borris Miles. Diana Waters from the senator's office brought and presented the resolution to our campus.

“SST-Advancement’s motto is “Better Education, Better Future” where we prepare students with the 21st century skills and character for a lifetime of success. I am honored to receive this national designation on be behalf of our dedicated students, parents, staff, and community members. Earning the “National School of Character” designation was truly a team effort, and we appreciate the support of our stakeholders, parents, teachers, and most importantly our students.” says school Principal, Matt Dilli.
SST-Advancement is 1 of 14 Texas schools given this distinction. The school worked with the community to determine the core values they wanted to cultivate in students and incorporated them throughout every aspect of the school, from their logo to their curriculum focus and
programming efforts. After designated as State School of Character in February, 2019, SST Advancement continued to its journey to receive designation in Nationwide. Each year, Character.org certifies schools and districts at the state and national level that demonstrate a dedicated focus on character development, which has a positive effect on academic achievement, student behavior, and school climate. Criteria for the award selection are based on how schools and districts embody Character.org’s 11 Principles of Character, which include providing students with opportunities for moral action, fostering shared leadership, and engaging families and communities as partners in the
character-building effort.
Click here to see the resolution.


Volunteer, Make A Difference!

Volunteer, Make A Difference

Dear Parents, Guardians please fill out the volunteer form in order to participate school's activities.
You may search from a variety of opportunities to volunteer and make a lasting impact!
Cick here for registration read more . . .


SST ADVANCEMENT CORE VALUES CIRCLE!

Dear Respected SST Falcon Community,

These are the SST Advancement's ethical core vaules based on all stakeholders inputs.


CARING (Moral Value)

INTEGRITY (Moral Value)

RESPONSIBILITY (Performance Value)

CITIZENSHIP (Moral Value)

LEADERSHIP (Performance Value)

EVERYBODY


New Mission Statement!

SST schools Mission Statement:

SST drives academic and socio-emotional development through a rigorous college preparatory, STEM-based learning model.

SST’s model is anchored on 21st century skills, embraced by a character building approach, and delivered in an enriching, safe,
and student centered learning environment.

And we strongly recommend you to watch the video for being a school of character Enjoy watching the video…


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SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - ADVANCEMENT
It is the policy of SST not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended;
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator
at 210 530 8366 located at 4241 Woodcock Dr. #206, San Antonio, TX 78228.

SST Child Find Policy

Non-discrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs