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Pre-K through 12th Grade
NO COST TO ATTEND
Call Gaylene Reed at
254-754-8000 or 254-855-2397



WEATHER ALERT

We will start school at the normal time.
Be careful on the roads!
We will make allowanecs for students who need to come late due to the weather.

 



Required Parent Orientation Sessions
(choose one per campus)
Elementary: 10:30am Sat July 31 or 6:00pm Mon Aug 9
Middle: 1:00pm Sat July 31 or 7:30pm Mon Aug 9
High: 2:30pm Sat July 31 or 7:00pm Tues Aug 10

 





 

 

 

 

Rapoport Academy Public School

Excellence Beyond the Norm!

 


2014 Accountability Rating

MET STA
NDARD

All campuses Met Standard
11 Distinction Designations earned

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Quinn Middle School
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Staff 2014-2015


Master Teacher: Deb Garton

Dean of Students: Dr. Corsi Crews-Smith

Front Office: Donna Williams

[A complete list of campus and district staff and their credentials is posted in the front office.]

 
Program

The academic program at Quinn Middle School is designed both to extend and reinforce the curriculum students receive at Rapoport Elementary and to prepare students for advanced academic work at Meyer High School. Rapoport Academy employs a vertically-aligned K-8 scope and sequence, developed by our master teachers, that incorporates the Core Knowledge curriculum with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Each grade level develops one or more business proposals and operates a class business using real money--an extension of the entrepreneurship program that begins in 1st grade.

In preparation for high school, we begin our STEM program at the middle school level. STEM activities are designed to introduce students to concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through integrated, hands-on learning. This year, Clay Springer will coordinate our STEM program, which includes robotics, engineering, entrepreneurship, and environmental studies. Students can take Algebra I and foreign languages for high school credit, giving them a wider range of course options once they reach Meyer High.

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