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Katy Independent School District

Katy Junior High

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Mrs. David- 7th Grade Counselor

Mrs. Gonzalez- 8th Grade Counselor

Mrs. Partee- 6th Grade Counselor

Mrs. Brown- Registrar and Counselors’ Secretary ​



College & Career Night


What: College & Career Night

When: Wednesday, October 3, 2018           

Where: Merrell Center from 5-8PM

Specifics: Click here



Legacy Parent Academy​

The Legacy Parent Academy is a new initiative designed to support Strategic Plan Goal 8, which focuses on supporting the emotional well-being of all learners. The Academy is intended to provide parents with information on current topics that impact students and schools district-wide. Academy sessions are supplemental to campus-based programs and initiatives, selected based on expressed need, in response to concerns that we see on our campuses and in our community. The first session, “Emotional Well-being and Referral Processes,” is scheduled for Wednesday, September 12, 2018, at Legacy Stadium from 6:00PM-8:00PM, with capacity for 325 attendees. This is the first of eleven Legacy Parent Academy sessions planned for the 2018-2019 school year. Five of the academy sessions focus on social-emotional learning topics and six focus on academic topics. The Legacy Parent Academy webpage, which includes session descriptions and a link to register for the first session is accessible at:
 
Contact Christy Maeker at christyhmaeker@katyisd.org​ or 281-237-2744 with any questions.​




Safety Net Forms-KJH

The forms for students to use to fill out a safety net when they have a concern is attached. Counselor Page- Safety Net Form.pdf


Gifted and Talented Information:

Visit the GT and Advanced Academics website to learn more.

 

Safety Net

Katy ISD has implemented a plan called Safety Net. 

  • What is the Katy ISD Safety Net?
    This plan is a proactive response to prevent student action related to school violence, suicide, gang involvement, and drug or alcohol use.  Safety Net gives students an opportunity to anonymously report a possible concern or ‘tip’—about either himself or herself, or another student.  Students may submit reports in two ways—in writing at the campus level or by calling the Crimestoppers’ Hotline at 713-222-TIPS or www.crime-stoppers.org to make an anonymous report.

  • How do students make an anonymous tip?
    Students fill out a written form and turn it in to a teacher, counselor or administrator. Also, there are drop boxes located throughout the building. These forms are readily available in all classrooms and in central locations such as the library, counselors’ or principals’ offices.  Students may leave the filled out form on a teacher’s desk or place it in a drop box on the campus.

  • Will parents be able to turn in anonymous tips?
    Yes, Safety Net forms will be included in campus newsletters, providing an opportunity for parents and community members to submit concerns or tips.

  • What happens when a tip is turned in?
    All reports are taken seriously and are thoroughly checked out by a campus administrator or counselor.  Parents will be notified when their student is identified as needing assistance or is the subject of an anonymous concern.  Appropriate action by campus administrators will be taken with consideration to the situation and the age/maturity of the student.  Disciplinary infractions will be handled in accordance with the Katy ISD Discipline Management Code.


STAAR Testing Reminders

KJH Parents or Guardians,
We want to remind you that your child will be taking the STAAR test in the Spring. To avoid interruptions during testing, student deliveries will not be made until the afternoon. We also ask that you do not schedule appointments for your child during the test. Remember to have your child get plenty of rest the night before, eat a well-balanced breakfast, and bring a snack the day of the test. Though we will not be providing snacks, we will have bottled water for the students.

Off-campus PE forms

For a student to be considered for a waiver to earn credit for physical education through this program, an application must be completed and returned to the counselor.   Applications are due in the counselor’s office by the end of the first week of the semester for which a waiver is being requested. ​​​​

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in its educational programs and/or activities, including career and technology programs, nor in its employment practices
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