As part of HISD’s PowerUp program, all students at Sam Houston MSTC will be issued a laptop to use at school and at home. Before students receive their computers, all parents must attend an informational meeting to learn more about PowerUp and the rules and responsibilities regarding the computer.
Join the Cat in the Hat as she takes Jojo on an epic journey of Thinks! Watch as they journey to the Jungle of Nool where Gertrude McFuzz is trying to catch the attention of Horton the Elephant with the not-so-helpful assistance of Mayzie LaBird. Meanwhile, the Sour Kangaroo is taking matters into her own hands--Horton is talking to a dust speck, and that just isn’t right! Meanwhile on Who, Jojo's parents have decided that the best course of action is to send him to military school with the dreaded General Genghis Khan Schmitz! What's a poor Who to do?! Throw in some Wickersham Brothers, Bird Girls, and a whole cast of other zany characters and this is one musical extravaganza you don't want to miss!
Plus, Sam Houston has been chosen to be part of the annual Tommy Tune Awards hosted by Theatre Under the Stars at the Hobby Center--so this production might very well be award-winning!
The show runs for two nights only! Thursday, January 23rd and Friday, January 24th at 7:00pm in the Sam Houston MSTC auditorium. Don’t miss it!
Sam Houston MSTC Mission, Vision & Values
Vision Statement: To create students to become educated and responsible participants and leaders in a democratic society, by taking part in mainstream activities of the school and completing a rigorous college preparation program.
Mission Statement: Sam Houston Math, Science and Technology Center is committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment in which all learners can develop their teamwork efforts, instill integrity, know the power of generosity, be fully engaged in their creative potential in preparation to learn and be rigorous in the learning process and ensure lifelong success.
Beginning on October 18th, high schools will shift into overdrive by garnering online safe driving commitments from everyone 14 years of age and older to help their high school win either a $100,000 or $25,000 grant. Two high schools will win a concert by Grammy Award winning artist Kelly Clarkson. The more commitments made by Sam Houston, the greater our school’s chances of winning (we’re a big school – we CAN do it)!
Sam Houston is already registered in the system…all students have to do is sign up!
Also, students can share special Celebrate My Drive related moments on www.facebook.com/celebratemydrive