|ERATE 23 24-port switches|
|ERATE-24 pt switches|
|Highly Qualified Public Report|
NCLB requires each LEA to publicly report progress of the LEA and its campuses toward meeting the HQ teacher requirements as defined by the state’s measurable highly qualified teacher objectives.
Congratulations to the Drum Line!!
The Drumline competed in Lamar's Gulf Coast Classic Drumline competition this last weekend. They swept the 2A Division by winning Best Over All Group, Best Snare, Tenor, Bass, and Cymbal lines. Pictured, in order, are Matthew Cruz, Micaela Hundley, Justin Bartlett, Marissa Trousdale, Allen McAdams, Colby Crawford, Hailee Sampson, and Tristan Groves. Not pictured are Faith Miller and Wade Nolen.
3rd Grade Arrays
Third grade used the month and the day they were born to make a multiplication array.
Congratulations to the Cross Country Team!
Way to go Bobcat Cross County Team! Caleb Debarge-9th (varsity boys); Marissa Trousdale-8th, Catherine Fuller-18th (varsity girls); Gabby Levine-9th (jh girls); Chris Debarge-1st , Cody Roeling-2nd (jh boys). Caleb and Marissa have advanced to regionals on Nov. 1st and Chris is the JH DISTRICT CHAMP!!
Welcome Baby Stella Ryan Godare!!!!
Band Competes in Marching Contest
The band competed at the Hardin Invitational Marching Contest this past Saturday. They were the only 2A at the contest and they received a 1st Division (Superior Rating) on their marching performance. The band will be competing at the Region 10 UIL Marching Contest this Saturday, October 18th, at 9:30. Everyone is welcome to watch and we'd love to have your support!
Jr. High Football Game Change
Hull-Daisetta Jr. High football game vs. St. Ann on Tuesday, Sept. 30th has changed to Thursday, Oct. 2nd with a start time of 5:00 p.m. at Hull-Daisetta High School.
|The Athletics Department Home Page for HD|
By posting this hyperlink, we are entered for a chance to will a $1,000.00 grant!
The Band is Already Hard at Work, Too!
|Results of School Wellness Policy Assessment of Implementation|
Varsity Cheerleaders Hard at Work!
|District Goals 2014-2015|
The board adopted district goals for the upcoming school year at last night's meeting.
Please check out the new insurance information. It is located under the "Administration" tab."
Congratulations to HD High School!!!
Congratulations to Hull-Daisetta High School students, faculty and staff. HDISD has been named a "High-Progress" school by TEA. We are one of 2 high schools in Region 5 to receive this recognition. A high-progress school is identified as Title I school in the top 25% in annual improvement and/or schools in the top 25% of those demonstrating ability to close performance gaps based on system safeguards.Schools are identified for the top 25% in annual improvement by achieving the top quartile (top 25%) of performance on the STAAR progress measure in relation to a comparison group of similar schools. Each school is compared to a unique group of 40 other public schools (throughout the state) that closely matches that school on the following characteristics: campus type, campus size, percent economically disadvantaged students, mobility rates (based on cumulative attendance), and percent of English language learners. Schools that achieve the top 25% in annual improvement have outperformed their peers in terms of growth in student achievement from the prior school year.
|FREE Breakfast and LUNCH to ALL students next year!!|
We are pleased to inform you that Hull-Daisetta ISD will be implementing the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) under the in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs for School Year 2014-2015. In CEP schools, applications are no longer required. ALL STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO EAT FREE!!!
|2014-2015 Elementary School Supply List|
|Parental Involvement Newsletter|
Save a Life-Information from TABC
Attached is important information for parents from the Texas Department of Transportation regarding underage drinking and "social hosting". Please take a moment to read this information. Save a life!!
|Students! Be Careful What You Post!|
Guide to protect your online reputation while searching for colleges.
|Complete Directory of Online Colleges and Universities in Texas|
Parents and students, the above link is a comprehensive and informative resource that ranks each university in America by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission rates, graduation rates, and retention rates.
|Click here to access The Vindicator|
Parents! Check out this website for Fun Math Games Your Student Can Play at Home
These games are fun and offer a great opportunity to extend our math learning at home!
|High School Students!!! Click here to log onto the Texas College and Career website.|
You will register yourself as a student at Hull-Daisetta High School and create a username and password. This website allows you to track your classes as you go through high school helping you to make sure you have taken the required courses as well as preparing you for college entrance exams and requirements. There are college search engines built into the website as well as tips to financial aid questions and needs. It helps you to organize and keep track of your awards, honors, test scores, and achievements as you go progress each year so that when you are a senior and you are trying to remember what your past honors were, they will already be organized and ready to upload into a college application. Best of all, it is absolutely FREE to use. If you have any questions about this website or how it can benefit you, simply logon and check it out for yourself or stop by the counselor's office and see Mr. Stephens.
|Access to community message system.|
HDISD now has access to a community message system called Nixle. We urge everyone to sign up to receive text messages and e-mail from the district. To view the directions, follow the link below. Be sure to put in the school's address to ensure successful delivery of messages.
|Online Substitute Teacher Training now being offered through Region 4. Click here to view the flyer.|
Region 4 is offering an online substitute teacher training for only $25.00. If you are interested, please register through the Region 4 website: www.learningis4me.com
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