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environment where each student will be
prepared to succeed in a diverse and challenging world.
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Spirit Week Information
- Daily announcements about drug free living will occur each day in the announcements
- After the announcements each day, teachers will be asked to show a video advertising the dress up theme for the next day.
- Each day has a theme for dressing up. The themes are:
- Monday- Mismatch
- Tuesday-Country vs Country Club
- Wednesday-Dynamic Duo
- Thursday-Jasper Spirit
- Friday-Hero vs Villain
- During study hall each week, educational lessons/ videos will be shown for red ribbon week.
- Music will be played during the passing period that pertains to each days them.
After announcements, STUCO will show a video about the Jasper rep for the PWSH Homecoming Court. Students will be voting Wednesday through Friday in lunches.
There will be an alternative schedule. Please click here for the schedule bell schedule for Thursday.
- There will be a pep rally during 2nd period. Students will either go to class or be in the pep rally. We will have two pep rallies.
- At the end of the day, we will have our annual parade. This will take place during 7th period.
- At 6 pm, we will have our Annual Westside Shootout Tailgate. It will take place right outside the gates of Clark Stadium. Free food (for Jasper staff and students) and fun are promised for all!!!
- 7 pm will be the big game! Our tenth grade football team will take on Shepton. This year we are adding a trophy that the winning school will be able to keep for the year. The band, drill team, and cheerleaders will be in attendance and performing as well!
Jagfest will continue to live on, it will just look a little different. Due to Federal Law changes Jasper will not be able to sell food. Students will continue to have an hour for lunch. Students will need to remember to bring their lunch or bring money to purchase food from the cafeteria. Students will be able to go outside in the circle bus drive and enjoy an hour for lunch.
Upcoming testing information
Wednesday, October 15th – Students will be taking the following tests: CogAT [9th graders] and PSAT [10th graders].
If possible, please avoid scheduling appointments on this test day. Testing will occur in the morning, beginning at 9 a.m. and ending around 1:15 p.m. There are no make-up days for these tests. Regular attendance is expected for all students.
Students involved in off-campus physical education or Plano West athletics in the morning during 1st period should report directly to Jasper by 8:50 a.m. on testing days. Plano West coaches are aware that athletes from Jasper will be on their home campus on the mornings that CogAT and PSAT are administered.
Jasper 9th grade students will be taking the CogAT. The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) measures students’ learned reasoning abilities in the three areas most linked to academic success in school: Verbal, Quantitative and Nonverbal. For more information on CogAT, please visit http://www.riversidepublishing.com/products/cogAt/details.html
Jasper 10th grade students will be taking the PSAT. PSAT is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT. The 10th grade PSAT is not part of the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. PISD students take the PSAT in 10th grade and have the option of taking the test again in 11th grade as part of the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). The 10th grade PSAT is not part of the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. For more information on PSAT, please visit the CollegeBoard website at www.collegeboard.com.
Please note students taking the PSAT can bring a 4-function, scientific, or graphing calculator to the test. Students are not allowed to share calculators during the test. A calculator is not required by CollegeBoard for testing and will not be provided by the school for testing.
Japser Theatre Presents:
Jasper Cheerleading Mini Camp
“Attention Mini-Jaguars! The Jasper Jaguar Cheerleaders will be hosting a Mini-Jag cheer clinic for up and coming cheerleaders ages 3-11. Come for cheers, jumps, yells, and fun – a t-shirt is also included!
The clinic will be held at the Jasper High School Gym on Saturday, October 11th 8:30 – 11:00 a.m. Make checks in the amount of $25 payable to Jasper Cheer and mail or bring by the school, 6800 Archgate, Plano, 75024.
A printable application is attached.”
For a flyer for the event, please click here.
Free and Reduced Lunch Information
This message is from the Plano Independent School District Food & Nutritional Services. Please be advised that free and reduced price meal benefits that carried over from last year will expire as of October 7th, 2014. You must reapply to continue receiving free or reduced benefits before the expiration date. It is suggested to reapply by September 22nd to ensure enough time to process the application before October 7th. Applications are available online by visiting the Plano ISD home page and then by following the “Parents and Nutrition links”.
You can also find the online application by visiting your family PISD Parent Portal. Alternately, paper applications are available by request from your student’s school.
If you have already applied for free or reduced priced meals this year, there is no need to reapply. If you do not need to apply for meal benefits, you are not required to complete a free or reduced meal application.
Schedule changes from honors to regular
Please find a letter from Dr. Endsley detailing all the information and deadlines that are important to keep in mind when considering a change of schedule from honors/ AP to a regular class. Click Here
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