McCormick Middle School

TIGERS: Hear Us R.O.A.R.!

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  •  2020-2021 Bell Schedule (Sept 25, 2020) 


     

    Hays County COVID-19 Resources

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    Counselor's Corner

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    Food deliveries from any delivery service are prohibited on campus. We can only accept food from parents/family members for their student only. Parents are not allowed to bring food for other students. 


    Please take a moment to review our policy for students riding home on a bus with another student:

    • A note is needed from both parties; the student that is going home with a friend AND a note from the friend's parent.
    • Both notes must have a parent signature and a phone number.
    • The campus will contact both parties for verification. Notes can be provided ahead of time for verification.
    • Students will not be allowed to go home with their friend on the bus if we have not had verbal confirmation from both parties.

    If you are unable to receive phone calls at work, please email Beatrice.Garcia@hayscisd.net (front office receptionist) and/or myself James.Cruz@hayscisd.net. You can also text me at 512-698-7007.

    I appreciate everyone’s understanding with this policy. Please let me know if you have any questions, I will be happy to assist you. 


    For a brief introduction to SRP (Standard Response Protocol) in English click here

    For a brief introduction to SRP (Standard Response Protocol) in Spanish click here

    To learn more detailed information about SRP and the iloveuguys foundation, please visit www.iloveuguys.org

    SRP Parent Handout  

    SRP Directives


     

    This year we are using a system called HERO this year that will keep track of tardy/no id/cell phone violations. We also use this system for Tiger Tickets and positive behavior. Parents are able to keep track of their students tardy/no id violations as well as how many tiger tickets they have earned. Here are the directions: 

    1. You must create an account on the computer first before downloading the ap. Please go to https://herok12.com/. Click on sign in (top right corner)
    2. After clicking sign in, click on the picture that says parents
    3. Click on create an account
    4. Hit submit after filling out the information
    5. Click add a student
    6. Click “no” when the message ask if you have a code
    7. Fill out your child information
    • After you have followed these steps, you can download the AP.
    • Type in your search “HeroK12”. Download the HERO AP that is a blue color (it will say students).

    Please let me know if you need any assistance.


    Updated Cell Phone Policy

    Parents: Our district has adopted a new 2018-2019 cell phone policy. 

    Please visit the link below to review the policy.

    Cell Phone Policy 


     

TIGER NEWS

DISTRICT NEWS

  • No Cost Meals Beginning September 28, 2020

    We are happy to announce that the district has been awarded a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) block grant that will allow Hays CISD to provide breakfast and lunch to all students, districtwide, at no cost to the students or their families. Starting Monday, September 28, 2020, all in-person meals (breakfast and lunch) served on a Hays CISD campus will be free to students who are 18-years-old and under. Additionally, the district will continue its curbside grab-and-go meals service at select campuses at no cost to students or families. We anticipate that the block grant will allow the district to offer no cost meal service to students through the end of December. Please click headline for more information and to view the flyer!

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  • Hays CISD Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

    Hays CISD is proud to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month! Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the contributions Americans tracing their roots to Spain, Mexico, Central America, South American and the Spanish-speaking nations of the Caribbean have made to American society and culture. The observance was born in 1968 when Congress authorized the president to issue an annual proclamation designating National Hispanic Heritage Week. Just two decades later, lawmakers expanded it to a monthlong celebration, stretching from September 15 to October 15.

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  • Nominees Sought for Hays CISD District Leadership Team (DLT)

    Hays CISD’s District Leadership Team (DLT) serves as an advisory committee to provide input to the superintendent throughout the school year. The committee is comprised of teachers, non-teaching professionals, parents, and business and community members as outlined in board policy. Committee members serve staggered terms. The committee is currently seeking nominations from the following categories for 2020-2021: three parents (one from each high school feeder pattern), two business members, and two community members (community members are residents that do not have children enrolled in Hays CISD schools).

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  • Statement Regarding Arrest of DMS Teacher Townsend

    On July 27, 2020, Hays CISD was notified by the Kyle Police Department that it was investigating Dahlstrom Middle School Assistant Band Director Tyler Townsend for possible criminal activity involving possession or promotion of child pornography. Townsend was immediately placed on administrative leave the same day. (full statement continues using the 'Read More' button)

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  • Board Sends Letter to State Officials Regarding COVID-19

    Our teachers and campus staff are the heart of our community. Our teachers, staff and administrators would like nothing more than to welcome every one of our over 21,000 students back to school; but when staff, many of whom have children in the District, are afraid to come back for in-person instruction due to an increase in the number of positive COVID cases, we have a problem that needs to be addressed. As conditions worsen and doubling rates increase, how can we honestly justify putting educators and their students in peril. At some point, when this health crisis levels off, it may be safe to bring everyone back into the classroom, but, as it stands right now, local school districts need the flexibility to make decisions based on a measured response to local conditions and data. As educators, we know that one size does not fit all.

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