September 4, 2017
Thank you to everyone who has provided input into scheduling options while Kingwood High School and Summer Creek High School share a campus. Your comments, concerns, and vision for students matter. All community input has been taken seriously.
- Provides a Monday-Friday school week for both Kingwood High School and Summer Creek High School.
- Provides instructional periods of an hour or more each day.
- Offers a bell schedule of four class periods on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and three class periods on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is similar to many higher education schedules with shorter Monday/Wednesday/Frida
y classes and longer Tuesday/Thursday classe s.
- Provides classes for Summer Creek High School students in the morning.
- Provides classes for Kingwood High School students in the afternoon.
- Keeps the cafeteria open for extended hours at lunch.
- Maintains extracurricular and athletic opportunities for all students. Kingwood High School students practice before their classes begin. Summer Creek High School classes practice after their classes end.
Please check your email in the afternoon on Wednesday, September 6, for additional information. We will continue to provide information as details are finalized.
KHS BUS TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM SCHS INTEREST SURVEY
Please complete this form to indicate interest if your Kingwood High School student(s) will want bus transportation to and/or from SCHS. You are not required to sign up here. However, the District would appreciate your response for planning purposes.
OPEN HOUSE FOR KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL FAMILIES
Kingwood High School Families are invited to an Open House from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at Summer Creek High School, 14000 Weckford Boulevard, Houston TX 77044. Come see the campus!
Total responses 4,966
Option A Preferred: 46 percent
Option B Preferred: 54 percent
Theme of Comments:
- 34 minute class periods are too short.
- School on Saturday is problematic for some families.
Because of this feedback, the district made modifications to address these concerns.