Home of the Bassett Hounds
Our Academic Success:
State Recognized 2010-2011
State Acceptable for 2011-2012
- Writing 90%: Exemplary
- Reading 80%: Recognized
- Social Studies 88%: Recognized
- Mathematics 79.3% Acceptable (Needed 79.5% for Recognized)
- Science 74%: Acceptable
No State Accountability for 2012-2013 for the new STAAR Testing
Federal Accountability Results:
- Failed to meet Federal Accountability Rating for 2012-2013 in Math and Reading based on a Bridge Study which compared TAKS to STAAR
Bassett Hounds have partnered with Region 19 to incorporate PBIS, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. The goal of PBIS is to enhance the capacity of schools to educate all students, especially students with challenging behaviors, by adopting a sustained, positive, preventative, and effective instructional approach to school-wide discipline and behavior management. This approach focuses on teaching and encouraging positive school-wide behavioral expectations and increasing school capacity to support sustained use of empirically validated practices.
What Is TBSI - Texas Behavior Support Initiative?
The Texas Behavior Support Initiative (TBSI) is designed to build capacity in Texas schools for the provision of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to all students. The TBSI training modules assist campus teams in developing and implementing a wide range of behavior strategies and prevention-based interventions. These skills have helped educators establish school-wide, classroom, and individual student-level systems of support.
The cafeteria is open at 6:45am for breakfast.
The 1st bell rings at 7:45 am.
The school day starts at 7:50 am.
School is dismissed at 2:50 pm
School buses leave 7 minutes after dismissal
Bassett Middle School Fight Song
(Sung to: Norte Dame Fight Song Tune)
Bassett is brave and Bassett is Bold
Bassett’s the team that no team can hold.
When we fight we fight to win,
‘cause Bassett you know just won’t give in.
When the last play is run through with ease,
Just for the fans of Bassett to please.
We will sing with all our might
The song of maroon and white:
“Fight! Fight! Fight!”
(Bassett’s colors use to be maroon and white)