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Fort Settlement Middle School Named ‘A School to Watch’

(FORT BEND ISD)– Fort Settlement Middle School has again been designated a School to Watch by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals and the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform.


This honor has been given to only about 50 schools statewide.


Schools are selected based on an application process, observation and interviews with administrators, teachers, students and parents. Campuses that receive re-designations are also tasked with showing how they have made continuous improvement toward specific goals.


“We congratulate Principal Jennifer Williams and her staff, students and parents for being a campus that does great things for all of their students,” State Director for Schools to Watch and TASSP Director for Middle-Level Services Leticia Menchaca said. “Fort Settlement Middle School has strong leadership, teachers who work together to improve curriculum and instruction, and a commitment to assessment and accountability that results in continuous improvement.”


Fort Settlement Middle School was recognized at TASSP’s Making Middle School Matter Symposium this month and will be honored nationally at the National Forum Schools to Watch Conference in Washington, D.C. in June.


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