The cost is $30.
Palacios Junior High is now selling the spirit shirt below. Please send all order forms and money to the Junior High campus. Deadline to order is September 28th. Thank you! Use the following link to order t-shirts: https://bit.ly/3lGBNO6
Palacios High School Registration Orientation In preparation for next school year, Palacios High School will be having registration orientation for all students in 8th grade. During orientation, we will discuss registration and courses offered. Registration packets will be given to all students. Information and materials will be explained to students in detail. There will be a Parent Orientation for 8th grade Parents on Wednesday, February 12th at 4:30-5:30 pm in the PHS LRC. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend this informational meeting. There will be a Parent Orientation in Spanish for 8th grade Parents on Wednesday, February 12th at 6:00 pm in the PHS LRC. Registration Schedule: On the following days, Counselor Garcia will be in their Science classroom and will individually assist students in filling out their registration forms and graduation plans. Parent signatures are required on the all forms. The schedule is as follows: Freshmen Registration for Current 8th graders in Science Classroom: All Day February 10th- February 12th February 13th – February 14th as needed
During Holocaust Remembrance Week, 6th Grade Art students completed a photo study. This photo activity has students examine photographs from the Holocaust which may or may not be familiar to them. By examining the photographs, first without a caption and then with a caption, students see the behaviors of ordinary individuals and think about the pressures and motives that might have shaped the behaviors. During the lesson in the link below, the students gathered a unique understanding of why and how the Holocaust occurred.
The faculty and staff of Palacios Junior High have selected (l-r) John Brown, Annie Tyler, Ava Bowers, Brode Doege, Jocelyn Munoz and JoseLuis Cisneros as Outstanding Students of Character for the first six weeks. The students were chosen for this honor based on attributes of their character. The character trait for the six week was Responsibility. These students met the demands of duty, were accountable, pursued excellence and exercised self-control.
We are pleased to invite 4th 5th, and 6th grade students to participate in the Texas Water Utilities Association. Public Education Committee, Poster and Essay Contest for 2020. This program v/as developed In an effort to educate the public about the water utilities industry. As you are aware, water is one of our most vital and precious natural resources. Curriculum could include: the Impact of flooding on our communities and environment; agricultural impact in times of flooding or drought (too much or too little water); hydroelectricity: the importance of clean water to human health; or maybe a class/ school-wide look at reduction in consumption and the environmental impact of such action. The possibilities are endless. For more information and contest rules, click here.