Alton Memorial Jr. High School

MCISD Vision Statement..."I will graduate from high school equipped to excel in the college and career of my choice, dominate 21st century skills in leadership, knowledge, language, and technology to compete in a global economy and serve as a successful citizen in my community."

Upcoming Events

Family Engagement Conference/only 3 parents assigned
Date: 2/21/2017
Location: Region One
Battle of the Bluebonnet Books

Date: 2/21/2017, 8 AM 11 AM
Location: KWJH
Parent Class
Date: 2/22/2017, 9 AM 11:30 AM
Location: Alton Memorial
United in Safety Event
Date: 2/25/2017, 8:30 AM 10:30 AM
Location: Alton Memorial
ESL Class
Date: 2/28/2017, 1 PM 3 PM
Location: Alton Memorial
Spring Break

Date: 3/13/2017

Alton Memorial Yearbook

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Principal's Message

As a new year starts, excitement is in the air! Alton Memorial Junior High School is preparing to begin the Year of the Falcon. In prior years, we have had great success stories; but, this is the year that Falcons will truly soar high above everyone else. We challenge our students to excel in academics, sports, band, UIL, etc. Our expectation is for all students to excel in their classes and to master the STAAR exams. Students at Alton Memorial Jr. High need to be positive role models by participating in extracurricular activities throughout the year. Falcons will need to be well-disciplined and be ready to meet the academic challenge. Are you ready for the challenge! Go Falcons!

Ms. S. Garcia

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Teacher of the Year 2015-2016

Teacher of the Year 2015-2016

Congratulations to Mrs. Cecilia Villarreal-Rodriguez for being selected Alton Memorial’s Campus Teacher of the Year! AND SECONDARY DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR!! It is an honor to be nominated and chosen by your colleagues.
Mrs. Villarreal-Rodriguez truly is an excellent teacher and team player. She has done so much for our students in and out of the classroom. In addition to curriculum writing, she has helped plan and organize writing and reading academies, she gives so much of her time and money for our UIL students and Invitational meets, she volunteers for dances, she helps our Robotics teams, she has helped prepare our students for Science Bowl, etc., etc. I know I left out many other ways Mrs. V-R helps us, so please excuse me.
Thank you for all your do Mrs. Cecilia Villarreal-Rodriguez and congratulations on a very deserving honor! I am very proud to work with such an outstanding teacher and individual as yourself.
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Preparing Students for College, Careers and Life

Hour of Code 2016
Junior Officers Recognized by MCISD School Board
Junior Officers CPR Training
Mock Elections @ AMJHS 2016
Bus Evacuation Training 2016
It's Never Out of Style to be Drug Free!
District Champs 2016
    Teaming Up Against Drugs
Robo-Rangers @ HESTEC

News and Announcements

Red Ribbon Week 2016

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Red Ribbon Week commemorates the ultimate sacrifice made by DEA Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who died at the hands of drug traffikers in Mexico while fighting the battle against illegal drugs to keep our country and children safe.
Oct. 21 - Oct. 28

Robo-Rangers @ HESTEC

We are very proud to announce that we are "Unlocking Dreams" here at Alton Memorial Jr. High. Yesterday we competed at the annual UTRGV - Hispanic Engineering, Science, and Technology (HESTEC) Robotics Day Competition at the Texas Southmost College Campus - Jacob Brown Auditorium in Brownsville, TX. We are excited to announce that our Alton Memorial Jr. High Green ROBO-RANGERS were crowned the 2016 HESTEC Robotics Day - "Grand Champions." This was another stellar performance and was four years in the making after a 2013 - Final Four finish, 2014 - 3rd Place Overall finish, and in 2015 - 3rd Place Overall finish.

Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) releases accountability ratings for schools and districts, as well as some additional honors that schools can earn called Distinctions.

Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) releases accountability ratings for schools and districts, as well as some additional honors that schools can earn called Distinctions.
Junior high schools can earn a total of 7 distinctions in: academic achievement in Reading/ELA, academic achievement in Math, academic achievement in Science, academic achievement in Social Studies, top 25% student progress, top 25% closing performance gaps, and postsecondary readiness.
Our school, AMJHS, received 4 distinctions.
-Craig Verley

Robo Rangers and their Coaches

Congratulations on another successful year of robotics at Alton Memorial Junior High School, and for your inspiration and vision to bridge teams into Mission High School! You, your coaches and teams have really put Mission CISD on the map in robotics.

Hour of Code @ AMJH 2015

Mission, Texas- Last school year, Mission CISD (Consolidated Independent School District) schools led the way in participation in the Code the Town project headed by the Mission EDC. This year, Mission CISD plans to build on the growing interest by focusing on computer coding once again during Computer Science Education week (December 7-13) by participating in the global Hour of Code movement, The Hour of Code is designed to give students a one-hour introduction to computer sciences and to demystify computer coding by showing that anyone can learn the basics. Another resource being used for the Hour of Code is

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