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  • Red Ribbon Week - Oct. 25-29
    Red Ribbon Week is October 25-29. Please see the Counselor's page more information including a TikTok dance challenge that will coincide with the daily activities!
    Monday - Wear Red "Say No to Drugs"
    Tuesday - Tacky Tourist Day "Get Away From Drugs"
    Wednesday - Twin Day "Stand Together Against Drugs"
    Thursday - Tie Day Day "Don't Get Tied Up in Drugs"
    Friday - Character Day "Scare Away Drugs with Good Character"

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  • Veterans Day Program - November 11
    AMS will host its annual Veterans Day Program on Thursday, November 11, 2021, at 3pm, in the AMS gymnasium. This year, AMS will be creating a special presentation in honor of all local Veterans of the KHA community, both living and those who have gone before us. In order to achieve this, we are asking for the help of the students and community of AMS.  If you would like to honor a veteran, please fill out the google form. If you have any pictures to share, please attach them digitally in the form, or you may send them to: Atascocita Middle School c/o Marie Sanford, Choral Director. All pictures sent will be scanned and returned. For additional information or questions, please contact Marie Sanford at marie.sanford@humbleisd.net or call 281-641-4639.

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  • PSAT 8/9 Test - Nov. 9
    8th grade AMS students will take the PSAT November 9th. Per the College Board (makers of PSAT/SAT), test administrations must be completed on campus, and AMS virtual students are welcome to come to campus to test on November 9thThere will be no retests. Learn more about PSAT 8/9 and how to prepare for test day and/or visit collegeboard.org.

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  • AMS Heart Walk Team
    The 2021 Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk is taking place Saturday, Oct. 30, from 8 a.m. to noon at Lone Star College-Kingwood. Humble ISD has participated in the Heart Walk since 2013. Students that want to run with AMS will be part of a pizza party. To join the AMS team or contribute to the $1,000 goal for AMS visit the Heart Walk Team page.

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  • AMS Annual Fund
    AMS needs your support of the Annual Fund to help fund improvements and enhancements that are not possible through the yearly campus budget. This year we are funding three initiatives and groups:
    (1) Update our Library collection so all students are reading current non-fiction text & the latest fiction books kids love. Check out the October Annual Fund flyer and look for weekly texts regarding the needs of our library.
    (2) Support Fine Arts initiatives for Band, Choir, Orchestra, Theater, and Dance (Nov./Dec.);
    (3) Advance the Learning is Personal Vision (Jan. - Mar.)
    The October goal is 100 donations to fund 250 books for the AMS Library!
    If you are financially able, please make a one-time or monthly gift to the Annual Fund to support the library, fine arts, and the Learning is Personal Vision: Text AtascaTigers to 41444 or Give at the online donation page.

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  • AMS Annual Report 2020-2021
    Please take some time to review the Annual Report for 2020 - 2021, a document that is an end-of-year summary report for parents, staff, and students.

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AMS Highlights

  • UIL A+ Academics Invitational

    Congratulations to the following 6th and 7th grade Tigers on their outstanding performance at the UIL A+ Academics Invitational: Math - D. Brown 1st Chess - G. Hannsz 2nd Number Sense - G. Hannsz 3rd Social Studies - E. Soper 3rd Impromptu Speaking - N. Scott 2nd, A. Irvin-Smith 3rd Oral Reading - L. Soriano 1st, P. Kees 3rd Modern Oratory - J. Huckaby 1st, E. Patterson 3rd

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  • Battle of the Books

    AMS had two teams compete at the district-wide Battle of the Books competition. Books Anomaly (Abby Schwer, Ally Wengenroth, Kynzi Martinez, and Adelyn Rusli) made it to Round 2 and won Best Team Name. Expecto Patronum (Camryn Parrott, Jonathan Hark, and Aubrie MacDonald) were the Runners Up.

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  • AVID Site of Distinction

    AMS is one of five Humble ISD campuses named as AVID Schoolwide Sites of Distinction, a designation earned by only 7% of the AVID secondary campuses nationwide! Schoolwide Site of Distinction is the highest certification level earned by AVID campuses.

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FACTS & FIGURES

90+

sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.

45,000

Students

6,500

Employees

44

Campuses

11

Average years of experience for teachers

16:1

Student/Teacher Ratio

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