It is time for the fall administration of the BrightBytes survey. The goal is to gather data on technology access, skills, and the technology environment, in order to understand the connection between technology use and student achievement.
The data collection window is set to run until October 22nd.
Each school is assigned a unique questionnaire URL.
Your questionnaire links are listed below:
Parents & Guardians www.BByt.es/BX8CP
Your participation and support are important to us and will make the difference between having a complete understanding of the school’s technology use versus a limited one. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Vision: To create a lerning environment that will develop and nurture artistic talent, creative thinkers, and innovative problem solvers who will change the global landscape for generations to come.
I. M. Terrell High School was a secondary school located in Fort Worth, Texas. The school opened in 1882 as the city's first black school during the era of formal racial segregation in the United States. The high school closed in 1973, although the building reopened as an elementary school in 1998. The school was renamed I.M Terrell High School in 1921, in honor of the former principal. Under the legacy of G. A. Baxter, the music program in the mid-20th century produced many of the prominent jazz and rhythm & blues musicians of that era.
I.M. TERRELL ACADEMY CORE BELIEFS
We believe the I.M. Terrell family will embody:
Pride in ourselves, school, and community;
Apprenticeship with integrity and excellence;
Nurturing the humanity of self and others;
Truth as our compass;
Honoring our history as we write our future;
Engagement in classroom, community and craft; and
Resilience through adversity and challenge.