Please get plenty of sleep the night before, eat a good breakfast, and BE ON TIME the day of the test. Tardy bell rings at 8:15!
Snacks will be provided so students do not need to bring anything. If you would like a water bottle, you may bring that.
Do not bring blankets, pillows, or other things that might be distractions. They are not needed and could possibly be taken up.
Cell phones and other electronic devices will not be allowed during testing days. It is suggested that you leave these items at home if possible. If you do bring them to school, they will need to be powered off and given to your testing teacher during testing time, or locked in your locker.
After the test students are only allowed to read or lay their head down so remember to bring a good book!
If you currently have doctors/dentist appointments scheduled, PLEASE see about re-scheduling, or at least making them as late in the day as possible.
Monday, April 20 - 8th Grade Math
Tuesday, April 21 - 8th Grade Social Studies; 7th Grade Math
Wednesday, April 22 - 8th Grade Science; 7th Grade Reading
Orientation Period for Incoming 7th-Grade Athletes The UIL Legislative Council recently approved a three-day evaluation period for 6th-graders entering into 7th-grade middle school athletics. MISD Athletics is referring to this period as an “orientation period” for our 6th-g...
Uniform fitting has been scheduled for April 3 at 3:45 in the gym. Please make arrangements to be at these two important events! 8th Grade Cheerleaders 2015-2016 Ileana Aguilar Asia Clark Monica Davila Cecilia G...
On Tuesday, March 17th the Agnew chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 21 new members. Congratulations to these students! We are proud of your hard work and look forward to your leadership on our campus! ...
NJHS members met on Wednesday afternoon to put together 'treat' bags for the residents of the Mesquite Tree Nursing Home. After filling the bags with socks, gloves, scarves, blankets, crossword puzzle books, etc...the students walked over to the nursing home to deliver the bags. &nb...