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Campus Spotlight | Miller Jordan Middle School
Miller Jordan Middle School principal Jo Ann Fernandez describes the school that opened its doors to about 300 students in 1956 as one that’s full of character and rich history. Today, there are a little over 850 students that proudly call themselves MJMS Cougars!Uploaded Feb 18, 2019
Among the many programs available are a jiujitsu class through the After School Program and an Adopt a Highway initiative through the Leadership Officer Training Corps (LOTC) program. Campus initiatives include an Academic Advisory (AA) period that encompasses a mentoring component and the Targeted Academic Grouping (TAG) that helps ensure that all students reach their maximum potential. Technologically, MJMS is a “one to one” campus, and Epson projectors and interactive whiteboards further facilitate learning in the classrooms.
Super Talks | February 2019
In the first installment of “Super Talks” for 2019, SBCISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nate Carman shares a candid and informative overview of the proposed District of Innovation (DOI) plan for the 2019-2020 school year. The four areas of consideration are the following: district calendar, probationary contracts (for newly hired teachers), class size ratio, and teacher certifications.Uploaded Feb 08, 2019
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Cosmetology interview with Channel 4 News
Cosmetology interview with Channel 4 NewsUploaded Feb 05, 2019
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Early College Academy | Campus Sptlight
Early College Academy (ECA) administrator Amy Rodriguez-Lopez explains how the district’s “school within a school” is a dual enrollment partnership with Texas A&M University - Kingsville (TAMUK). Essentially, ECA students are both San Benito High School Greyhounds and TAMUK Javelinas!Uploaded Jan 30, 2019
The ECA offers high school students an opportunity to graduate having earned up to 41 college credit hours – an approximate savings of $14,000 in tuition! Taught by TAMUK professors, the courses currently offered are Art History, College Algebra, Communications, Psychology, and College Spanish.
2019 Spelling Bee
The district’s traditional spelling competition provides elementary and middle school students with an opportunity to learn new words, sharpen their spelling and vocabulary skills, and vie for the title of the school district’s top speller.Uploaded Jan 30, 2019
This year's top spellers are Champion – Eduardo Delgado, Dr. C.M. Cash Elementary; Second Place – Lindsey Montemayor, Berta Cabaza Middle School; and, Third Place – Kaitlynn McNutt, Dr. C.M. Cash Elementary.