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You're Invited! SST-CC International Art and Literacy Night

We are excited to announce our International Art and Literacy Night happening on March 27, 2020!

If you would like to participate in the open mic (original and recitations welcome!), perform a cultural musical piece or dance, display your art, or host a table representing your cultural art and literacy, please email Mrs. Sigler (Moff) at amoff@ssttx.org to sign up!


NWEA Map Testing - Middle School and High School

NWEA MAP Testing is set to begin our Spring sessions from January 27th-Feb 7th! Middle School will test the last week of January and High School will test the first week of February.

What is MAP and what does it measure? You may be familiar with paper and pencil tests where all students are asked the same questions and spend a fixed amount of time taking the test. MAP is different. MAP is a computer adaptive test, which means every student gets a unique set of test questions based on responses to previous questions. As the student answers correctly, questions get harder. If the student answers incorrectly, the questions get easier. By the end of the test, most students will answer about half the questions correctly.MAP can follow students wherever they are starting from, regardless of the grade they are in. For instance, if a third grader is actually reading like a fifth grader, MAP will be able to identify that. Or, if a fifth grader is doing math like a third grader, MAP will identify that. Both things are incredibly important for a teacher to know, so that they can plan instruction efficiently. MAP covers reading, language usage, and math. Some schools also use the MAP Science test to measure student achievement and growth in science.

Below you will find a Q&A on MAP testing directly from the NWEA website.

Answers to the Top 6 Questions Parents Ask About MAP Test


2020 Census Fact of the Week




We have 85 Days until Census Day, April 1, 2020! To help educate our students, parents, and community we will be hosting a Census Fact of the Week on our social media to distribute information and helpful tools! Here is a really cool video that explains what the census is and what it does for our community:

2020 Census Informational Video


VOLY PROGRAM

We love our volunteers!

In order to join us as a volunteer you need to join Voly.

Click Here to sign up to our MS/HS Volunteer Program

This process will take less than 10 minutes and will bring you hours of joy.


Gifted and Talented Nomination

School of Science and Technology Corpus Christi is now accepting gifted and talented nominations for Kindergarten and Newly Enrolled Students in grades 1-12 for gifted and talented screening process. If your student was enrolled for the 2019-2020 school year and would like to be considered for GT testing, please fill out the nomination form located in the front office no later than September 30th, 2019.


For more information about the screening and identification process, please contact your school's GT Coach/teacher Kimberly Flores at kflores@ssttx.org.



SST- Parent Nomination Form - English
SST- Parent Nomination Form - Spanish
SST- Teacher Nomination Form


Coffee with Principal


After School Student Pickup Traffic Flow


BELL SCHEDULE

2019/2020 School Year Bell Schedule


SST-CC Middle/High Library

SST-CC Middle/High Library


SST Corpus Christi named National School of Character

Character.org has been certifying Schools of Character for 20+ years based on their implementation of The 11 Principles of Character. In that time, Character.org has certified more than 500 National Schools of Character, State Schools of Character, Districts of Character and Mexico Schools of Character. More than 3 million educators, students, parents and other community members have improved their lives and the lives of those around them by fostering character development through Character.org’s Schools of Character and resources.


2019-2020 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

2019 - 2020 School Year Calendar







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SST Child Find Policy

Non-discrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs