STAAR—8th Grade Retests Only 4th Nine-Week Exams
Tuesday—May 14th Grade 8 Math Retest (2nd Administration) Monday—May 20th Electives and Physical Education
Wednesday—May 15th Grade 8 Reading Retest (2nd Administration) Tuesday—May 21st Science and Social Studies
Thursday—May 16th STAAR EOC Algebra I Wednesday—May 22nd ELAR
Thursday—May 23rd Math
Friday—May 24th Make-Up Exams
All students will be receiving a “Certificate of Completion” for their grade level. We will also be recognizing students who are recipients of awards nominated by their teachers. Award Ceremonies will be held during school hours in our gym. We ask that you do not bring balloon arrangements or any type of noise makers. All Award Ceremonies are dignified ceremonies, so we want the ceremonies to be a great experience for all. We ask that student attire be their Sunday best. No jeans allowed. If a student does not want to wear Sunday best, he/she may wear his/her uniform.
Tuesday—May 28th 6th Grade 9:00 A.M.-10:30 P.M. Ensor Gym
Tuesday—May 28th 7th Grade 1:30 P.M.-3:00 P.M. Ensor Gym
Wednesday—May 29th 8th Grade 9:00 A.M.-11:00 A.M. Ensor Gym
Wednesday—May 29th 8th Grade Dance 5:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. Ensor Cafeteria
Tuesday—May 28th 8th grade Field Trip Contact Victoria Ballesteros for more information.
Wednesday—May 29th 7th grade Field Trip Contact Genevie Garcia for more information.
Thursday—May 30th 6th grade Field Trip Contact Anna Munoz for more information.
Eligibility for Field Trips:
In order to be eligible to participate in the grade level field trips, students must be in compliance with all school and district policies outlined in the Campus Student Handbook as well as the District Student Code of Conduct. Students must be passing all classes and be up to date on all assignments. A student must not be in violation of any of the following listed below or he/she will not be allowed to attend the trip. Please reference notice of field trip information sent home with your child for particulars.
(1) Dress Code Violations; (2) Classroom Infractions; (3) Office Referrals; (4) SAC; (5) Suspension
Col. John O. Ensor Middle’s motto is “One Voice—One Heart—One Team.” We are true to our motto and will do whatever it takes to help a child in need. Therefore, we are holding a Uniform Donation Drive. This is open to all students of every grade level. The first 100 students who bring in 3 uniform polos (white, navy, or red) and 3 uniform pants or shorts (white, navy, or red) to the counselors on May 20th and 21st will receive a bracelet. Each student who wears the bracelet will be allowed free dress on May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. Free dress means that the student may wear whatever he/she desires as long as he/she is following the SISD Dress Code Policy as stated in the SISD Student Code of Conduct.
Donated uniforms must be in good condition and already washed. Ensor Middle School has grades 6, 7, and 8. Our students range from ages 11-14. We are looking for uniforms that will fit this age group. Please call our counselors if you have any questions. Mary Acevedo (A-L) can be reached at 937-6013. Diana Aguirre (M-Z) can be reached at 937-6014.
On April 29th, registration packets for the 2013-2014 school year were sent home. We are asking you to complete and return the paperwork to register your child for the 2013-2014 school year. If all paperwork is filled out completely and correctly, your child will receive a schedule in the mail and will not have to report to registration in July. Your son/daughter can simply report to school on the first day of classes! Incomplete packets will not be processed. Please return complete packets in the envelope to your son/daughter’s English teacher by Friday—May 10th. Please call Lupe Galvan at 937-6009 if you have any questions.