Aubrey High School

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    Aubrey ISD Campus and District Summer Hours

     

    7:30-4:30 PM
    Lunch 12:30–1:00 PM


    All offices closed on Fridays

     

     

     


     

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  •  Belding The school board unanimously approved lone finalist Dr. David Belding

    as AISD Superintendent. Welcome, Dr. Belding!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

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  • vote Aubrey ISD planning to generate $500,000 

    in additional state funds

    annually with TRE

     

    The Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees has passed the order to call for a Tax Ratification Election (TRE) on Aug. 27 to take advantage of the state finance formula to restructure the tax rate. If approved, the district would receive $500,000 annually in extra state funding with no increase in the tax rate.

     

     

    The TRE will allow Aubrey ISD to restructure its tax rate by increasing its Maintenance and Operations (M&0) tax rate by 13 cents while reducing the Interest and Sinking (I&S) tax rate by the same 13 cents. Therefore, the tax rate would remain at $1.51 and there would be no tax rate increase.

     

    The district receives more state funding for its M&O tax rate than for its I&S tax rate. Increasing Aubrey ISD’s M&O tax rate brings more state dollars to the district than the I&S tax revenue. This is what is known as a “tax swap”.

     

    In summation the board approved conducting the TRE to increase state funding by $500,000 annually, while keeping the tax rate the same at $1.51.

     

     

    For additional information of the Tax Ratification Election, visit the links below:

     

    TRE Informational Video

     

    Election Schedule and Voting Sites


     

     

     

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  • Little girl  Aubrey ISD Receives 5-Stars from TXSmartSchools


    Using both academic progress and spending levels at Texas' school districts and individual school campuses, each district and campus is assigned a Smart Score of one to five stars, indicating its success in combining cost-effective spending with the achievement of measurable student academic progress compared with their fiscal peers. Five stars reflects the strongest relative progress combined with the lowest relative spending. Aubrey ISD was one of only 44 five-star charter and public school districts in 2016. For more information go to www.TXSmartSchools.org.

     


     

     

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  • Dresign ss Code 2016-2017

    Please note that the dress code was revisited by a committee of parents, teachers, community members and administrators.  This group sent recommendations to the Board of Trustees. A link to the Aubrey ISD Dress Code is below.  The wording in the highlighted areas were adjusted for clarity.  Other than these minor clarifications, the dress code remains the same.  Please call your campus administration if you have any concerns or questions.

    DRESS CODE 2016-2017

     

     


     

     

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    Chaparral Action:  The End of Year Edition 2016

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AHS Announcements


  • Earn 3 Science Credit Hours from the University of Texas for FREE!

    How would 3 semester credit hours (in the area of Science) from the University of Texas sound? How about if those 3 semester credit hours are earned for FREE??

    We are hosting an informational parent meeting to discuss the University of Texas OnRamps Program. Mr. Rouk spent two weeks at the UT campus this summer learning the UT way to help prepare our students for the level and rigor of college coursework. We have a unique opportunity to offer our students 3 credit hours in science (over the course of our whole school year) with the option to drop at any time and earn HS credit only. This class will count as a 4th science credit. The course is Advanced Physics (UT Phys 302K and common course Phys 1301) - with the bonus Grade Point for GPA purposes). This credit WILL transfer as part of the Common Core for Texas Public Colleges and Universities. Feel free contact your child's college or university counselor with the course name as listed above to inquire more about transferability. 

    Who is eligible?

    Students who have already completed Algebra 2 and Physics. 

    What's the point of OnRamps?

    The purpose of this type of course is to help prepare high school students for the rigor of a college course. The content for the course is a one semester physics class from the University of Texas, but the goal is to develop the thinking, attitude, and study skills necessary to succeed at the college level.  

    How it works?

    1. Students are enrolled in a yearlong course taught by their high school teacher for high school credit.
    2. During the fall semester, OnRamps students must complete a series of required assignments that are designated by an Instructor of Record at The University of Texas at Austin and earn a grade of 75% or better on the required assignments to be eligible to be dually enrolled in the university course offered during the spring semester.
    3. During the Spring semester, OnRamps students must complete a series of additional required assignments that are designated by the university's Instructor of Record to determine successful completion of the college course.
    4. The university's Instructor of Record will award students the appropriate grade based on their performance for the college course. The high school teacher will separately award credit for the grade earned in the high school course, which may differ from that for the college course.

    When is the meeting?

    Tuesday, August 2, 2016, at 7PM in the AHS Library (the front doors will unlock at 6:30PM).

    Who is required to attend the meeting?

    Nobody is required to attend. This is an informational/ Q&A session to learn more about OnRamps and to give you an opportunity to find out if this course is appropriate for your child. However, a parent and/or student are encouraged to attend. Please Dr. Saylor know if you cannot attend but would like your student to be considered for the class roster and/or would like to hear more at an alternate time. 

    What is the fee?

    All materials, tuition, etc......is provided for FREE!!!! There are no hidden costs. The OnRamps program is currently funded through a grant. There may be a fee for our students for 2017-18....but currently....it's FREE!! Did I mention that it's FREE?? The only cost may be home Internet. Students may benefit from high speed wireless internet access at home due to the off campus work required, but it's not a necessity. Our campus may have open computer lab times that would accommodate this need.

    We hope to see you next Tuesday!


     

     

     

     

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  • 2016-17 AHS School Supply List

    Click HERE

     


     

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  • AHS Summer Office Hours

    Campus will be OPEN Monday-Thursday from 7:30AM-4:30PM.

    We will be closed for lunch from 12:30PM-1:00PM. 

    AHS will be CLOSED the entire week of July 18, 2016.

     


     

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  • Dual Credit

    2016-17 Dual Credit Information Packet

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

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