The faculty and staff at McMath Middle School has boundless energy toward our young teen students because we have high expectations for every student to succeed. We help students to set goals for their future and we encourage them to believe in themselves. McMath was the first school in the District to establish a special GOAL program – Guys Operating As Leaders – to help male students develop leadership skills.
McMath students, family and staff believe we are “known by the tracks they leave” so our mission is to leave an imprint in academics, social clubs and extra-curricular activities. Students at McMath can enroll in gifted and talented courses, career and technology courses, study a foreign language, or prepare for a career in engineering.
Denton Independent School District’s online student registration system, infosnap, will re-launch July 24 for students who will be returning for the 2014-15 school year. Infosnap allows parents/guardians to complete student registration via the web.
Watching your child fail makes you feel helpless, angry and sad. You worry about everything from your child’s self-esteem and social development to their future success. James Lehman explains that while it’s natural for parents to worry about failure, there are times when it can be productive for kids—and a chance for them to change. Read the full article by James Lehman, MSW