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Do you or anybody in your household have gently used jeans that aren’t worn anymore? If so, the STP Recycling Club is collecting your unused jeans and donating them to our local serving center. Look for drop off boxes in the Library and the Front Office. The collection drive will run from January 27 to February 19, and every 5 pair of jeans you donate is 1 hour of Tigers In-Service.

Site-Based Committee Meeting
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Stony Point Lecture Hall
4:45 pm – 5: 30 pm
**All are welcome to attend**

The purpose of the Stony Point High School Site-Based Advisory Committee is to ensure coordination off-site needs, measure and report progress, and facilitate special interest committees for student achievement and campus enrichment. According to the Texas Education Code, each campus must have a planning and decision-making committee.

The committee serves exclusively in an advisory role except that each committee shall approve campus staff development. In Round Rock ISD, these committees are called site-based advisory committees.

The site-based advisory committee focuses discussions on topics in the following areas: planning, budgeting, curriculum, staffing patterns, staff development, school organization and other topics as suggested by the principal.

RRISD School Board Policy outlines the role of the site-based committee:
-Implement planning processes and site-based decision-making in accordance with Board policy.
-Serve in an advisory role.
-Approve staff development of a campus nature.
-Obtain broad-based community, parent and staff input, and provide information to those patrons on a systematic basis.

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College preview days are special events colleges host for students to learn more about their campus. They provide high school students the chance to find out if a school a good fit and to learn more about admissions, academics, housing, etc. Junior and Senior students are allowed to miss two school days in 11th grade and two school days in 12th grade for college visits. In order to do this, you must pick up the Pre-Approval College Visit Form in the main office and get the appropriate signatures BEFORE you go. In order to attend preview days, you MUST pre-register with the college or university, click  for a listing of Texas colleges and universities with preview dates this year.

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