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If you have a 5th, 6th, 8th, or 9th grader in the Stony Point Learning Community, you are receiving this survey. Take this five-minute survey and change the world for your student!

Do you know that the level of math that your student completes in high school is one of the best indicators of whether they will go to or graduate from college?

To that end, we’re trying to figure out how to  best meet you and your student’s needs regarding scheduling your student into a math class. Does your student enjoy math? Do they see or know its value to their future? Have they had a positive experience when it comes to math?

The answers to these questions will help us change your student’s experience. We are in the midst of a technological revolution where math serves as the foundation for many careers. We want to make sure that your student is able to take full advantage of all the possibilities that the world has to offer. Thank you in advance for your help!

Student Math survey: To be completed in class the week of Feb. 24th

Parent survey: To be sent out by district on Feb. 22


Link: Hernandez MS – 2018-2019 Registration Information

Campus Registrar: Mrs. Gamas:   512-464-8806

Dads are needed at Hernandez Middle School to be Watch DOGS help out in classrooms, mentor students and keep an eye on our hallways. If you are interested in being a Watch DOG, please call 512-424-8813.

Click Here for our Parent Engagement Policy

General Information:

You can monitor your child’s attendance through the Home Access Center (HAC).
Attendance is taken in every period. Students are accountable for attending all classes.
If students are signed out early, they must bring a note for the periods they missed when they return.
Truancy Letters are mailed home after 3 full or partial-day absences.
Early Pick-up: Please be mindful of the bell schedule and avoid picking up students during the last 15 minutes of the day.

When I am absent:

Notes are due to the attendance clerk within 48 hours of the your student’s return to school.
Calls and emails are appreciated, but students need a note when they are absent.
Doctors excuses must come from a licensed specialist.
If your student will be absent more than three days, please contact the Attendance Specialist

Attendance Specialist:
Marbel Donosso 512-424-8812

Students and Parents,

Are you interested in learning about the National Junior Honor Society at Hernandez MS? Please, see the website link below or contact Lena Dominguez for information.

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