Summer is almost over and the school year is just around the corner. It’s amazing how quickly time passes. We have an exciting year approaching and it’s definitely time for us to focus on our Commitment to Puma Excellence (CPE).
Hello, my name is John Picklesimer, most commonly known as Mr. ‘P’, and I am the new principal here at Plummer Middle School. I am excited to have this opportunity to serve you and work with you as together we all focus on providing your children with the best possible education they can receive.
In Aldine our goal is to Produce the Nation’s Best. We need our students to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and responsible and productive citizens. At Plummer we pride ourselves in making the students’ needs our priority. We are represented well in all the different facets of a strong school experience including Academics, Athletics, Fine Arts and the Performing Arts.
Our purpose is to see your children succeed. We need your help for, if the children are to succeed, we must have a partnership between our campus and your home. We need your support to help develop your child into the best that they can be. If you are interested in participating in campus decisions, in VISA, in assisting in school activities, or in helping tutor our students, please let us know and we will begin the process of getting you engaged in our campus life.
I look forward to seeing those of you who will be attending our Orientation for 7th Grade on August 21st from 6:30pm – 7:30pm and I also look forward to meeting all 8th grade parents as the year progresses. In the mean time please feel free to contact our office if we can be of any assistance to you. We are partners working together for our children to be successful.
Our thought for the year is this: “The past cannot be changed; the future is still in your power.” With this in mind, let’s all look forward to a bright and productive 2012-2013 school year.
Willman J. Plummer Middle School
Plummer Middle School believes in empowering students to become life-long learners and productive citizens through respect, dedication, and integrity.
Aldine Independent School District
Core Beliefs and Commitments 1. We believe each student can learn at or above grade level and will have equal opportunity to do so. We will provide equal access to a quality education regardless of ethnicity, family income, gender, native language, special needs or area of residence. We will allocate resources to ensure equity for each student to reach his/her full potential. 2. We believe Aldine ISD can achieve higher levels of performance through clearly defined goals that set high expectations for student achievement. We will eliminate the achievement gaps between and within student groups. 3. We believe in the value of parents as the first and best teachers and that the community must actively participate in the development of all children. We will improve educational outcomes for our students by garnering support from parents, grandparents, caregivers, businesses, elected and appointed officials, civic and faith-based organizations, institutions of higher education, medical and social service agencies, along with the district leaders, staff and students. 4. We believe in the value of each employee, in his/her personal and professional growth, and in empowering each one to be accountable to make decisions aligned with the vision of the school district. We will treat each employee with fairness, empower each employee to focus on high performance, and hold each employee accountable for results that contribute to student achievement. 5. We believe all environments should be supportive, safe, and secure. We will ensure that the learning and work environments are safe and secure so that each student and staff member will achieve high levels of performance.
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Aldine Independent School District does not discriminate against persons because of race, creed, national origin, age, sex, disabilities, economic status or language disability in employment, promotion or educational programming. Any complaints or grievances which cannot be solved at campus level through the principal may be submitted in writing to Dr. Archie Blanson, Deputy Superintendent, 14910 Aldine Westfield Rd., Houston, TX 77032.