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Football Booster 2015 Join us at the 1st Annual Crockett Football Burger Fest!

Bring the family and join the 2015 Crockett Football Team. All proceeds will go to the Crockett Football Booster Club. Music, Food, Drinks (Fresh Hamburgers, Fresh Cut Fries and a Drink) and a Silent Auction Meet the team, Everyone is invited! Wear all your Cougar gear! Friday, September 25th 10pm (after the game) $5 is the Suggested Donation Located at Crockett High School (by the gym) **More info on Facebook “Crockett Football Booster" Let’s be a winning team!

Crockett High School Named by MarylandCan as one of Nation's Best Schools

From the MaylandCan Report: (page 26)

Public high schools elsewhere have proven that it’s possible for our students to perform at higher levels. Across the country, there are non-entrance criteria public high schools proving that poverty doesn’t have to dictate outcomes. There’s so much we can learn from these success stories.

To drive this conversation, we set out to find high schools that are successfully serving large percentages of low-income students by breaking the link between poverty and low academic achievement. We sought out and accessed as much data as we could about high schools from around the country with high rates and that take the SAT has their primary test. We were only able to find 10 schools that serve similiar populations and do not have an entrance criteria. Among those, 9 of the 10 turned out to be charter schools. We examined the data, spoke to their leaders, and listened to their stories. At these schools, SAT scores are higher than they are at any non-entrance criteria high schools in Baltimore. College matriculation rates are higher. All these schools are getting so many things right. We can learn from their efforts, adapt and replicate what they do, and make Baltimore’s high schools as worthy of praise and accolades as those featured here. What follows are profiles of 10 schools that are beating the odds for kids from backgrounds similar to those of our students.

CONGRATULATIONS CROCKETT!!!! The comprehensive non-charter on the list!
The attached report highlights Crockett's SEL, Grading and Culture as major reasons for its success.

Evelyn Galindo Interviewed by Statesman

Ms. Galindo was highlighted by the Statesman!

Crockett Entrepreneurship Program Needs Coaches and Mentors

Crockett's new program needs small business owners to assist our students with their start-up businesses. There are so many ways to help. If you are interested, please complete click on the link below and we will be happy to talk to you!

Crockett Art Students Tour Europe

Crockett Art Students Tour Europe

Crockett students toured Madrid, Barcelona, Zaragoza, and Paris. It was such a great trip! While in Barcelona, Crockett students were able to participate in a community mural project that will be displayed for one year!

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Upcoming Events

Volleyball vs. LBJ - Parent Appreciation Night
Date: 10/9/2015, 5:30 PM 9:30 PM
Location: Gym
Football Coaches Meeting
Date: 10/10/2015, 9 AM 11 AM
Location: Cafeteria
No School - Student Holiday
Date: 10/12/2015
District Tennis Tournament
Date: 10/13/2015
Location: ATC
Construction Technology Building Groundbreaking Ceremony
Date: 10/13/2015, 9:30 AM 11 AM
Location: Construction trades building

Student Cougar Spotlight

Evelyn Galindo Interviewed by Statesman

Ms. Galindo was highlighted by the Statesman!

Crockett's Courier Newspaper Named Distinguished at UIL

Our print newspaper, The Courier, earned UIL Distinguished Merit, this is the top honor given to print newspapers.

The following students earned UIL medals for their individual achievements in journalism at the statewide Interscholastic League Press Contest:

Editorial Writing
1st Place: Beka Pierron
3rd place: Beka Pierron
Sports News Story
3rd Place: Phillip Johns
Feature Writing
2nd Place: Vanesa Calderon
Entertainment Review
3rd Place: Hanna McGuinness
Personal Opinion Column
1st Place: Hanna McGuinness
Student Art
2nd Place: Nathan Stiverson
3rd Place: Nathan Stiverson
Comic Strips
3rd Place: Nathan Stiverson
Entertainment Page/Spread Design
1st Place: Hanna McGuinness & Keifer Willie

24 Crockett Band Members Advance to State

2015 Crockett HS Band Students who advanced to the Texas State Solo/Ensemble Contest:

Euphonium Solo Paul Faz
Marimba Solo Jose Linares-Bermudez
Marimba Solo Kayla Molina
Flute Trio Sebastian Godinez
Gabriella Rico
Alexa Stackhouse
Saxophone Quartet- Jasmin Blue
Angel Elias
Sarah Espitia-Cabrera
Madeleine Rico
Trumpet Quartet- Marco DeLa Vega
Vicente Posada
Aaron Servantez
Alvaro Villalobos
Brass Sextet- Jacob Burnette
Marco DeLa Vega
Paul Faz
Josiah Guerrero
Abraham Perez
Alvaro Villalobos
Percussion Ensemble Brianna Acuna
Rachel Gonzalez
Aylin Martinez
Alejandro Ramirez

Six Crockett Seniors Named as Dell Scholarship Semifinalists

​​Please Congratulate the following Crockett Seniors on becoming Dell Scholarship Semi-Finalists!

Saul Basurto
Dominga Leon
Abel Landin
Sebastian Godinez
Mohammed Hossain
Cesar De La Torre

Three Hundred Dell Scholarships (which includes $20,000, a Dell laptop, textbook credits, and on-going support from a Dell mentor) are awarded annually by the Michael and Susan Dell foundation. These five seniors have made the first cut and have additional documents to submit before March 10th. Finalists will be announced in mid-April.

Ethan Price Wins Best In Show

Ethan Price Wins Best In Show

Ethan Price earned beginners Best of Show for his entry in the Association of Texas Photography Instructors Fall Contest! 81 Schools competed and out of 6,706 entries and 616 winners only one earns Best of Show for beginners and one for advanced.

David Pena Receives Award from The South Austin Civic Club

Teacher-selected student representatives, chosen from social studies, government, economics, speech and debate classes at Akins, Austin, Bowie, and Crocket High Schools will serve as panelists for this review of the City of Austin Council Races in Districts 2, 3, 5, & 8. The student panelists, many of whom have registered to vote for the first time, were asked to research current issues from which they developed questions to ask the candidates.

Crockett’s Miller sets AISD rushing mark

Crockett senior Justin Miller set the Austin school district’s career rushing record during a 189-yard performance against Bastrop on Thursday night. Miller trailed Anderson’s Paul Mosley by 140 yards at the beginning of the evening, but he eclipsed Mosley’s career mark of 4,054 yards during the third quarter of the Cougars’ 51-28 loss. The Crockett coaching staff will need to verify Miller’s stats from the game, but the third-year letterman had 3,914 rushing yards on his resume prior to the battle with the Bears.

Hanna McGuinness earned 2nd Place (Excellence in reporting) in the Review Writing category at the statewide Texas Association of Journalism Educators convention/competition this weekend!

To put this accomplishment in perspective:

​This is a statewide competition including schools from Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Waco, Austin (including Bowie, McCallum, Westlake, LASA, Akins, Ann Richards and Anderson) as well as dozens of rural and private schools.
There are no 1A,2A,3A,4A,5A,6A classifications. Competitors are not grouped by grade or skill level. It is a straight-up writing competition and submissions are anonymous until awards are distributed.
Students receive a one hour lecture, interview or presentation then they have two hours to write, edit and submit their entry.
Roughly 100 students competed in this particular writing competition.

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