Welcome to B. Garza Middle School

"Our Pride Runs Deep"



Red Ribbon Week

October 27- October 31, 2014



  Description of Activity:




October  27, 2014

R.R.Week  Kick Off -The school will be decorated with red ribbons and anti-drug


Theme: "Team  Up Against Drugs" - Students and staff  will wear their  favorite  team shirt.

Each homeroom will sign a "Pledge To  Be Drug  Free" poster and teachers  will place

it outside  their classroom door.

Presenter:  Knapp  Hospital 9:20 a. m. to 11 :40 a.m.

Students w ill watch a short  video after  morning announcements.



October 28, 2014

Theme:  "My Future is Too  Bright to use drugs"- students and staff may use bright colored  clothing.

Students will watch a short video after morning announcements.





October  29, 2014

Theme: "Tech  It Out: Say  No to Drugs"-students may use their electronics during their lunch hour.

Presenters: Weslaco East High School  Peace Project will be here 2nd and 3rd periods.

Audience: Spanish  I  class/Career Portals/TSDATA classes in the Choir  room. Presenters: Rio Grande Valley Council- 1:30  p.m. to 3:10 p.m. Audience: P. E. Classes.

KATZ news - Students  and staff will watch a video after  the morning a nnouncements.



October  30, 2014

Theme: "Join  the  tight  agai n st drugs!"- Students and staff can wear camouflage clothing with jeans.

KATZ news - Students a nd staff will watch a video after  the morning announcements.



October  31, 2014



Theme:  "Don 't  Fall  for  Drugs; Drugs are  Scary"- students may dress  in a Halloween costume (no gory costumes).

KATZ  news- Students and staff  will watch a video after  the morning a nnouncements.


 Let us remember Special Agent

Enrique "KIKI" Camarena


Beatriz Garza Middle School Vision Statement

The Beatriz Garza Middle School educational community will use its time and resources to implement a project-based learning environment to prepare our students for success in the 21st Century.

 Technology Vision Statement

 Students, parents, and educators will use communication and information technologies to enhance and expand the traditional role of education in Weslaco ISD.  We believe the basic goal of education has not changed, that is to prepare our students for life-long learning and success in a changed society.  However the tools and instructional methods to achieve these goals have advanced dramatically.  Technologies such as computers, networks, and wide area communications offer tremendous opportunities to students and educators as a way to improve life within our community and a link to a world outside of Weslaco ISD.  Beatriz Garza Middle School has the responsibility for developing curriculum and applying instructional methods enriched with technology and ensuring that our students and teachers are proficient users of these new technologies.  Teachers at B. Garza Middle School will include in their lessons HEAT:

*Help students develop Higher-order thinking skills

*Engage students

*Provide Authentic real-world relevance and allow students to apply their learning to a real-world situation

*Technology use is connected to task completion (whenever appropriate)

This technology integration plan will outline our strategies for turning this vision into reality.



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