Topic outline

  • Class of 2018 Dates and Information

    This Moodle Class is designed for the STEM Class of 2018.  We will update the page with relevant information throughout the year.

    Upcoming Dates:

    Senior Advisory—Students only

    5/1/2018

    STEM Senior Awards and Dance

    5/4/2018

    7:00 p.m. - Piper Bass

     Lee Senior Track and Field Day 5/8/2018   

    Senior Advisory—Students only

    5/22/2018

    STEM Field Day

    5/25/2018

    Soccer Zone
     Lee Senior Awards 5/29/2018   7:00 p.m. - Blossom Athletic Center

    Graduation Rehearsal

    6/6/2018

    11:00 a.m. - Freeman Coliseum

    Senior Breakfast

    6/7/2018

    8:45 a.m. - Piper Bass

    Graduation

    6/10/2018

    2:30 p.m. - Freeman Coliseum

  • Innovation and Invention Information - PBL

    This topic has useful information for the Innovation and Invention PBL.

  • Parent Volunteers

    The Volunteer Program is the bridge between our community and the best interests of the students in the North East Independent School District . Our goal is to help students gain the academic skills and the self-confidence necessary to become successful learners, while reaching their fullest potential in the community.

    Our department acts as a point of contact for volunteers and mentors. We work with our schools and other education support groups to identify those practices that benefit students the most, and then marshal resources to pilot and expand successful programs.

    The Volunteer Program will automatically resubmit active volunteer applications every 2 years for a criminal history background. There is no need for you to reapply. If you do not volunteer within a twelve month period, your account may be inactivated. Call the Volunteer Program to update it.

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  • Senior Class Remind

    Stay up-to-date: Join the STEM Senior Class Remind

    https://www.remind.com/join/stemseni

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  • College Visitation Verification Form

    State Law now in place permits a student, classified as a junior or senior, to be excused from attending school to visit an institution of higher education accredited by a generally recognized accrediting organization for the purpose of determining the student’s interest in attending the institution of higher education.  The student may not be excused for more than a total of two (2) days each school year for this purpose. 

     

    The law requires a verification of the student’s visitation to the institution of higher education.  This form (see file below for form) must be completed, signed and dated by an appropriate official from the institution of higher education visited by the student.  The completed form must be submitted to the student’s high school upon return to classes following the visit.  Incomplete forms, including the dates of the visitation or the signature of the school official will result in the student being unexcused for the days of the visitation.


    Files: 16
  • Letter of Recommendation Forms

    Print and Fill out form and give to recommencing Teacher.

    Files: 19
  • Transcript Request

    This booklet contains suggestions to help prepare you for life after high school.  Whether you are planning to start a full-time job, join the military, or attend a college or trade school, there is information to meet your specific needs.

    In today's world, the better prepared and more skilled you are the greater your chances are of reaching your goals of getting a job or being accepted into the college of your choice.

    Files: 2
  • Distinguished Achievement Graduate vs. Recommended

    To qualify as a Distinguished Grad.

    In addition to 3 years of the same foreign language, 4 advanced measures are required which can be a combination of the following:

    • AP exam scores of 3 or higher
    • Dual credit courses
    • PSAT score that recognizes student as a commended scholar or higher by National Merit Scholarship Corp.


    File: 1
  • Distinguished Achievement Graduate vs. Recommended

    To qualify as a Distinguished Grad.

    In addition to 3 years of the same foreign language, 4 advanced measures are required which can be a combination of the following:

    • AP exam scores of 3 or higher
    • Dual credit courses
    • PSAT score that recognizes student as a commended scholar or higher by National Merit Scholarship Corp.


  • College Visitation Verification Form

    State Law now in place permits a student, classified as a junior or senior, to be excused from attending school to visit an institution of higher education accredited by a generally recognized accrediting organization for the purpose of determining the student’s interest in attending the institution of higher education.  The student may not be excused for more than a total of two (2) days each school year for this purpose. 

     

    The law requires a verification of the student’s visitation to the institution of higher education.  This form (see file below for form) must be completed, signed and dated by an appropriate official from the institution of higher education visited by the student.  The completed form must be submitted to the student’s high school upon return to classes following the visit.  Incomplete forms, including the dates of the visitation or the signature of the school official will result in the student being unexcused for the days of the visitation.


    File: 1
  • UIW Professional Schools Field Trip

    Field Trip 
    November 16th 2016

    Seniors will tour the UIW Professional and Graduate schools. 

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  • Senior Videos

    Assignment: 1
  • STEM Hunt

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  • Senior Transition Booklet 2017-18

    This booklet contains suggestions to help prepare you for life after high school.  Whether you are planning to start a full-time job, join the military, or attend a college or trade school, there is information to meet your specific needs.

    In today's world, the better prepared and more skilled you are the greater your chances are of reaching your goals of getting a job or being accepted into the college of your choice.

    File: 1
  • Field Day

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