Dear Falcon Community, Council Member Knox is looking forward to presenting the School of Science and Technology Advancement State School of Character Day Proclamation, Tuesday, March 26th at Council Session. City Council Session is held every Tuesday at City Hall (901 Bagby St., 2nd Floor). We ask that you arrive at 1:00PM, proclamation presentations start at 1:30PM. Please extend an invitation to whom you would like to attend (Chamber holds 150 guest). Note, all guest must clear security (Photo or TX ID’s required for 18 and above). Once cleared, please make your way to the 2nd Floor of City Hall. METERED PARKING: Metered parking is available immediately behind the City Hall Annex building, Entrance # 3 (900 Bagby St., 77002). You are also able to park in the Theater District Parking garage at 511 Rusk St. (Green entrance #2) at the Southwest corner of Walker and Bagby. Metered street parking is also available on Walker St. and McKinney St. Address: City Hall Annex 900 Bagby Street, 1st Floor Houston, TX 77002
Falcon Family, we are now a Texas State School of Character!!! Thank you, YOUR efforts made this possible!!! Becoming a State School of Character is only the beginning of our Character Journey. Our goal is to become a National School of Character. Please join us, Monday, April 1, 2019 from 7:15AM- 1:00PM, as we kick-start our journey to becoming a National School of Character.
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 . . .
Building Stronger School-Family Partnerships
The Right Question School-Family Partnership Strategy is a pathway for educators and parents to work more effectively with each other – to improve communication, increase parental participation, nurture engagement, and engender better partnerships.
February Parent Trainings & Webinars
Parent Trainings & Webinars. Some of them are online and free!
XXII MATH KANGAROO COMPETITION
for GRADES 1 ST -12 TH
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019
* 75-minute-multiple-choice-test. * 24 questions (grades 1 - 4), 30 questions (grades 5 - 12). * Most questions are word problems chosen by the International Math Kangaroo Committee annually. * Any student qualifies who can read and work independently at one's school grade level. * Each registered student has FREE access to online video solutions for questions from previous years. * Each participant receives a t-shirt, a certificate, and a gift on the test day. * Top awards include all-expense-paid international summer camps and college grants. Registration online in Fall 2018 ONLY! Check our website and Cick here for registration
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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)
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…
2018 - 2019 Instructional Software Guidelines
Dear Falcon Family, SST Advancement provides many curriculum and supporting software programs to help our students enrich their learning and master their skills. To assist your child and follow up their assignments, please use this guide.
A new school year begins, and we can think of no better way to begin the year than to share an amazing announcement made by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) on August 15, 2018. On that date TEA released the accountability ratings for traditional school districts and charter districts. Of more than 1200 Texas districts only 153 received the top rating under the new A-F assessment system. Both SST districts, which includes all SST campuses, received the top rating of A.
TEA Commission Mike Morath commended high performing districts and said, ““Achieving an A rating reflects the hard work and commitment of everyone within a school district, starting with our classroom teachers. We should all celebrate the outstanding work of these dedicated educators.” Commissioner Morath went on to say, “Districts with high levels of poverty who attain this high level of performance are proof positive that poverty is not destiny. With strong instruction and curriculum, all students can succeed.”
Certainly, we commend our teachers and each one of our staff who contributed to this high achievement, and we commend you and all SST parents. It takes all of us working together to achieve such outstanding results. SST parents have worked alongside us to create a positive and accelerated learning environment to prepare students for the demands of the 21st century.
As we look forward to the 2018-2019 school year, we celebrate the A rating of SST by TEA, and we look ahead to the challenges. To meet those challenges and ensure the best education possible, educators, students and parents must continue to work together as an SST family. It’s been true each and every year at SST, and this school year will be no different. We thank you for your commitment to your children as well as to SST educators and staff.
By working together, there is nothing our students cannot achieve. read more . . .
SST IT Request
School Database Login
School Lunch Login
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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.