PARENTS

STAY INVOLVED

Parents, we hope you will be actively involved with your student’s school and activities. We have many ways to include your participation to positively impact the success of your student and Brackenridge High School. Get involved with Teachers, the PTA, Student Organizations, Volunteering and Mentoring.

PROGRESS REPORTS AND REPORT CARDS

  • Progress Reports will be given to your child every 3 weeks
  • Report Cards will be given to your child every 9 weeks

High school students can now log into MyChild to view their student information. High school students will use their full S.A.I.S.D. email address as the username and their email password to logon. Example: johnd1000@live.saisd.net

I-Data/MySAISD – Parents Instructions (English)/Parents Instructions (Spanish)

PBIS – Positive Behavior Interventions and Support

Math Homework Resources – Click here

GRADUATION AND COLLEGE

Contact our counselor Annie Aguayo for graduation and visit the Senior/Gear Up page for College resources.

RESOURCES FOR PARENTS

SEEK ASSISTANCE FROM SOCIAL AGENCIES.
Do not hesitate to ask for assistance from professionals in counseling, alcohol abuse, parenting classes, psychological, psychiatric services and child placement facilities. Resources are available free of charge and some on a sliding scale/payment plan according to the family’s income.

Counseling (individual/family/group):Baptist Family and Children Services
7404 W US-90, San Antonio, TX 78227
(210) 677-8877, www.bcfs.net
STAR (Services to At-Risk Youth) Program
210-283-5183 – call for the location nearest you.

Family Service Association
702 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212
210-299-2400; www.family-service.org;

3014 Rivas St., San Antonio, TX 78228
(210) 431-7500; www.family-service.org;

Catholic Charities
Children and Family Services
Guadalupe Community Center
1801 W. Durango Blvd.
(210) 226-6178
202 W. French Place
San Antonio, Texas 78207
(210) 222-1294 www.ccaosa.org

University of Texas at San Antonio
Counseling Department – Downtown

501 W. Durango, 3rd floor
Durango Building, Room # 3.304, San Antonio, Texas 78207
(210) 458-2055

The Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas
205 W. Olmos Drive
San Antonio TX 78212
210.736.4847 ext. 227
Fax 210.832.8919; www.cbcst.org

 

Alcohol and Substance Abuse:

Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc.
7911 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas 78209
(210) 475-9426, www.fvps.org

Palmer Drug Abuse Program
Ironside Center
House of Prayer Lutheran Church
10226 Ironside, San Antonio, TX 78230
210-697-9766

Woodhull Center
Next to San Jose Mission off Roosevelt
122 Woodhull, San Antonio, TX 78214
210-927-4644

Selena Center
401 S. Main, Se. 217, San Antonio, TX 78204
(210) 223-4004, (210) 270-8575

 

Youth Programs:

Big Brothers Big Sisters
202 Baltimore Ave, San Antonio, TX
(210) 382-8671, www.bigmentor.org

Boys and Girls Club
Teen Center
,
2626 Perez St. (West)
Westside – 434-4383
Eastside 227-2642
Southside – 359-7822

City Year – San Antonio
109-N. San Saba, San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 247-4427, www.cityyear.org

YWCA
503 Castroville Road, San Antonio, TX 78237, (210) 433-9922

314 N. Hackberry, Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78202, 210-228-9922

 

Psychological-Psychiatric Services (crisis intervention):Clarity Child Guidance Center
(Inpatient and Outpatient Services)
8535 Tom Slick, San Antonio, Texas 78229
(210) 616-0300, Fax: (210) 616-0417
Toll Free: (877) 676-KIDS

(Outpatient Services)
2135 Babcock Road, San Antonio, Texas 78229
(210) 614-7070, Fax: (210) 615-0249

Center for Health Care Services
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Care Program
711 E. Josephine, San Antonio, TX 78208
(210) 299-8139
Intake: (210) 223-4061, Crisis: (210) 223-7233
www.chcsbc.org

 

Children Shelters:

Boys Town of San Antonio
503 Urban Loop, San Antonio, TX 78204
(210) 271-1010

Youth Alternatives
3103 West Ave, San Antonio, TX 78213
(210) 340-7971

St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home
919 Mission Road, San Antonio, TX 78210
(210) 533-1203

 

Parenting Skills:

Family Service Association (see contact information above).

Mexican American Unity Council, Inc.
2300 W. Commerce, Suite 200, San Antonio, TX  78207
(210) 978-0504; www.mauc.org

Boys Town of Texas (see contact information above.)

Catholic Charities (see contact information )
202 W. French Place
San Antonio, Texas 78212
210 222-1294; www.ccaosa.org

 

Food, Water, Electric Assistance:

San Antonio Food Bank
5200 Old Highway 90 West
San Antonio, Texas 78227
210-431-8326, 1-800-246-9121; www.safoodbank.org

City of San Antonio
Department of Human Services
Center for Working Families
San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 207-7830; www.sanantonio.gov

 

Other Helpful Numbers:

City of San Antonio 311
City of San Antonio Runaway and Missing Persons, 207-7662
United Way, 227-4357 (211 Texas)
Child Protective Services 1-800-252-5400, www.dfps.state.tx.us

 

Other Websites:Turnltln.com
The worldwide standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin helps educators and students take full advantage of the internet’s educational potential. http://turnitin.com


Parents.com

Expert advice about pregnancy, your kids, your life, and family time from the editors of Parents magazine. http://www.parents.com


ParentSmart.com

The best search engine for parents, teachers, and counselors – finding important articles to help children succeed in school. http://www.parentsmart.com


Café College and San Antonio Education Partnership
College admission assistance, financial aid, career exploration, advising, SAT/ACT preparation.

Eyra Perez and Herminia Saldivar
131 El Paso St , San Antonio, TX 78204
(210) 207-4528
eperez@saedpartnership.org, hsaldivar@saedpartnership.org;
Rachel Maldonado, SAEP College Access and Success Advisor for Lanier; rmontalvo@saedpartnership.org;
www.cafecollege.org