Monday, October 15, 2018

TAG Referral Window November 12th - December 7th


This is the online registration link, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfAxwXU96clUOVhdjIN6HXx10DZXVYEE7I3npNkx53h43r5kg/viewform , it will not become active until the 12th. If you are unable to fill out online, please contact Mrs. Browning (D1127). At the end of the online form, parents/guardians are required to print the Referral Packet and Permission to Test form (Spanish version of form). This hard copy must be turned into the Mrs. Browning by Dec. 7, 2018 at 4:00pm.  The online form must be completed online AND the Permission to Test form (hard copy) must be completed and turned into Mrs. Browning by Dec. 7, 2018 by 4:00 p.m in order for your child to be tested.


Please visit the RRISD TAG website for more information regarding gifted services and the identification process and procedures. There is also a presentation you might want to read through, click here.



Texas A&M Local Information Night


Monday, October 8, 2018

College Admissions Night, October 10th

Starting at 6pm in the cafeteria, we will have a parent night where we will have a panel of college admission representatives here to give us the ins and outs of college admissions. We have collected frequently asked parent questions that we will have the representatives answer. It will be a unique way to see what college admission officers are looking for. We will have a Texas public school, a Texas private school and a out of state school there. This way we can have different perspectives on all things college admission related. All grade levels are welcome to attend!


*Colleges representatives present will be Texas State University, Baylor University and Rhodes College

Monday, October 1, 2018

Juniors, NASA Seeks 11th Graders in Texas for Free Program

High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) applications are now open! HAS is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Texas high school juniors to explore careers at NASA, learn about what they might want to study in college, and unite with like-minded students across the state. Following a series of online lessons, the highest achieving students will be invited to an all-expenses-paid, week-long visit to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston during the summer. Selected participants will plan a mission to Mars while receiving guidance from NASA scientists and engineers. Both the online and onsite portions are free to participants.

Apply for the program by visiting www.has.aerospacescholars.org. The website includes detailed program information, the student application, important dates, and a brochure with all the details!

·       You can also learn more about the program by viewing the two available videos on our homepage: