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Jasper High School is dedicated to providing a unified,
caring environment where each student will be
prepared to succeed in a diverse and challenging world.

For a list of the accomplishments at Jasper High School please click here

School Pictures

Pictures will be taken September 1st for 10th graders and September 2nd for 9th graders. Pictures will be taken through each student's English class. This year, ID's will not be given the day pictures are taken, they will be delivered within a few days. To go ahead and make your purchases, go to http://mylifetouch.com and enter this picture id: DO205026Q0. You can begin ordering now!

Campus Accountability Results

What an amazing first week of school! Things are off to a fast start. We have some exciting news to share with everyone. TEA recently released campus accountability results and we would like to share that information with our community. Each campus is eligible for “Met Standard” or “Not Met Standard” and a 9-10 campus is also eligible for 6 distinctions. To earn a distinction, a campus has to rank in the top 25% of an identified group of 40 similar campuses in 33% or more of the eligible indicators. Jasper’s results are below:

  • Met Standard
  • Earned All 6 Eligible Distinctions for Academic Achievement
  • Math
  • Reading/ELA
  • Science
  • Postsecondary Readiness
  • Student Progress
  • Closing Performance Gaps

As a special note, not only did Jasper receive all 6 eligible distinctions, we met 100% of the eligible indicators! That means we ranked in the top 25% of our 40 similar campus group in all indicators spread out across the 6 eligible distinctions. That is such a testament to the value of education in this incredible community! However, we all know that this is not the only thing we pride ourselves on here in the Jasper community or in Plano ISD. These test results are one piece of measuring the real work happening at Jasper High School on a daily basis. We also take pride in our extracurricular involvement and successes as well as our student citizenship, pride, entrepreneurial creativity, and service. We are proud of our the entire Jasper learning community’s effort to educate the whole student!

For more information, please visit the TEA website:http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2015/

Block Lunch Information

To view a video about the upcoming block lunch, please click here: http://viewpure.com/L_nNSBNszMY

Parents:

If you are picking up your student during block lunch (12:32 – 1:36), please adhere to the following procedures to expedite this process:

  • You must still check-in at the front office and come to the attendance window to sign them out.
    Have your student turn in a note to the attendance office the morning of.
    Have your student wait in the foyer for you at the appropriate time.
    We encourage you to text (if possible) your student during this time to communicate your arrival.

We realize that emergency and in prompt to situations will arise. In these cases, feel free to call Mrs. Brown in the attendance office to notify her. We will also utilize the overhead speaker system to locate your student if the above measures are not timely and effective.

Schedule Change Requests

Counselors will begin taking schedule change requests for course level and performance based changes on Wednesday, September 2. There will be no elective changes granted due to class space. Students can stop by the Counseling office to pick up a schedule change form. The last day to turn in a schedule change request is Tuesday, September 8th. Forms require parent and teacher signatures.

Students who wish to drop the level of a course will be able to make changes to these classes until the end of the 1st six weeks.

PTSA Meeting and Meet the Principal

What is "block lunch"? What is "homework free Thursday"?

Thursday, September 10 at 11:30, Jasper HS principal, Dr. Matthew Endsley, will answer those questions and more! Join us at the first Jasper PTSA General Meeting of the year in Room 1100. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Join PTSA

There is still time to join the Jasper PTSA.

Single family memberships are $15.50, additional family members are $8.50. Students who are members in both 9th and 10th grades are eligible for a senior scholarship.

How do we use those funds? Last year, the Jasper PTSA was able to support the school by purchasing items such as: science dissection specimens, math supplies, band sound equipment, and orchestra uniforms. We give away 2 Senior Scholarships per year. We support the band, orchestra, choir, theater, athletics, drill team, and other clubs. We support the teachers by purchasing things from their wish lists for their classrooms, providing lunch, and treats throughout the year. We pay for guest speakers for student assemblies. We provide speakers for College Night, Driver's License Eduction Night, and other programs. We fund the materials needed for spirit week. We orchestrate JagFest lunches, so the students and teachers can enjoy a school-wide outdoor lunch.

Please join today, at jasperptsa.org, so we can continue to support your student's learning and activities at Jasper.

Student drop off and pick up

Please be aware that all student drop off and pick up should be in the south parking lot or circle drive. No student pick up or drop off should occur in the north teacher parking lot.

Yearbook Orders

Yearbooks are available to be purchased online beginning August 1. These may be purchased with a credit card at www.jostensyearbooks.com . 

National Honor Society Information

Attention Interested SOPHOMORES ONLY! Jasper High School’s National Honor Society will have its first meeting on Tuesday, September 8, in Room 1100 at both 8:20 a.m. and 4:20 p.m. so everyone has a chance to attend one of the informational gatherings. Mrs. Radebaugh and Ms. Diers will be there to distribute information packets and answer questions about eligibility. The most important criterion for candidacy include: Sophomorestanding, a GPA 3.6 or higher (cumulative), and the ability to complete 12 hours of community service during each semester in the 2015-2016 school year (24 hours total).

Students who meet the above criteria become candidates. You are not a member of NHS until you have completed all of the necessary requirements for membership. Candidates who successfully complete requirements will receive notification of membership induction which will occur in mid-May.

NHS membership is not a right guaranteed to all students; it is an honor granted by the faculty to students who uphold the four ideals of National Honor Society: scholarship, leadership, character, and service.

If you believe that you qualify for candidacy for membership in Jasper’s NHS chapter, be sure to come to one of the meetings listed above on September 8! We’ll be looking for you!

Campus Ratings
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Jasper High School Exemplary Campus
2010 Reports


TAPR (Texas Academic Performance Reports)
 

**For results of athletic events, please click here on scoreboard.

**For a summary of the 2013-2014 accomplishments, please click here.

 


 


 

 

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