• The SMS Student Center is proud to present the first A.I.R. Bud award for the 2022-2023 school year. The A.I.R. Bud award recipient exemplifies the qualities of Accountability, Integrity and Respect. The September A.I.R. Bud winner is 6th grader, Ammar S.! Ammar helps classmates without being prompted, respects differences, and lets his moral compass guide his decisions. Congratulations, Ammar!

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  • The level change window is August 29- October 28.  Level change is for students wanting to move from an on-level class to an advanced class OR move from an AAC class to on-level.

    Students can pick up a form in the Student Center.  All criteria must be met for a student to be considered for a level change.

    Requests to level down will be considered after the first three weeks of school and only if space is available in the new class. Prior to requesting a change in level, the student and parent must have met with the teacher and put in place a plan for success. If the teacher and student feel the plan has been followed, and the student has completed all assignments, a request for a conference to discuss removal can be made. Success in an AAC class is defined as having a grade of 75 or above. For class using Standards Based Grading, students with a progressing (PG) and above for most competencies, they are passing/successful.

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    Students are now able to begin requesting schedule changes. Students requesting a change may get a Schedule Change Request Form located in the Student Center any time during the day, except during class time. If a student requests a schedule change, they must meet the requirements below.


    • Did not receive any of the four (4) elective choices selected during course selection (for 7th and 8th grade) or one (1) of their three (3) elective choices selected during course selection (for 6th grade).
    • In the incorrect level course that was requested during course selection (i.e. requested AAC courses but received on-level courses)
    • Missing a required class
    • Has two of the same class


    For students that received two (2) of their top four (4) elective classes (7th and 8th grade) or one (1) of their top three (3) elective choices (6th grade), they will not be granted a schedule change and their elective choices will remain the same, as they have been awarded the courses they have requested.



    Schedule changes are contingent upon availability of the course as well as space in the course. There is no guarantee that a student will receive a schedule change because they have filled out a form. All schedule change request forms need to be returned to The Student Center and not sent via email and must be filled out completely with signatures indicated or it will be returned to the student.



    The last day for students to turn in a schedule change request form is Monday, August 22 at 4:15pm. NO EXCEPTIONS!



    • Professional School Counselors are available at Sartartia Middle School to provide a Comprehensive Developmental Guidance Program and services for all students in the areas of:

      • Guidance Curriculum - In an effort to help students develop competence in essential life skills
      • Responsive Services - Provide intervention for immediate personal/social/emotional concerns
      • Individual Planning - Provide guidance to help students plan, monitor, and manage their personal, educational and career goals, and facilitate transition activities for post-secondary education and/or training
      • System Support - Support campus staff, parents, and community to promote the educational, career, personal, and social development of students, as well as the Developmental Guidance Program






  • 8th Grade PSAT/Khan Academy Information

    For more PSAT information, please access the PSAT tab on the left hand side of this page.

    Understanding your PSAT scores

    Using your scores for college prep

    How to connect to Khan Academy


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  • Fort Bend ISD Off-Campus PE Application Now Available

    Kim Taylor, Coordinator of PE & Health and Safe & Drug Free Schools

    Fort Bend ISD plans to offer the opportunity for students to participate in Off Campus PE during the 2020-21 school year. Due to the uncertainty, surrounding what school will look like during the 2020-21, there may have to be changes made to the program. Any changes will posted to the Fort Bend ISD Off Campus PE Webpage and be communicated to all programs, parents, and students that apply to participate in Off Campus PE.

    The window to apply for next semester is open. 


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  • FBISD COVID-19 Updates


    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are reimagining education in FBISD and have compiled a webpage of your frequently asked questions. Thank you to all for submitting your questions, comments and concerns!

    View our FAQ: https://bit.ly/2ZVSSLv


    This has been a challenging few months for all of us and we probably have experienced a range of emotions during this time. Learn what you and your family can do to help each other out by watching this video. MH Video.


     Estos han sido unos meses difíciles para todos nosotros y probablemente hemos experimentado muchos tipos de emociones durante este tiempo. Aprenda lo que usted y su familia pueden hacer para ayudarse viendo este video. MH Video- Spanish.


    Internet Discount Program for District Parents

    Information Technology Division will use all means of communication to address a discount program that the FCC is promoting.  For any parent in the district, that is eligible, a credit can help them have discounted or free internet access at home.  If any employee who knows a family that qualifies for the program, please pass on the information.  More information on the Lifeline Program is here (https://www.lifelinesupport.org/Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet. Eligible customers will get up to $9.25 toward their bill.


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