- Student Registration Information
- District Parent Involvement Policy
- School Based Health Center Consent Form
- AES Student Handbook 2012-13
- AES Discipline Handbook
- AMS Student Handbook 2012-13
- AHS Student Handbook 2012-13
- Athletic Handbook 2012-2013
- AES Parent Involvement Policy (English & español)
- AES Compact (English & español)
- AMS Parent Involvement Policy (English & español)
- AMS Compact (English & español)
- AHS Parent Involvement Policy (English & español)
- AHS Compact (English & español)
- UIL Eligibility Calendar
- AISD Procedures for Reporting Allegations of Bullying
- Parent Involvement Newletters
- Student Code of Conduct
- Lines of Communication
- Fundraising Form
- Fundraising Procedures for Club Sponsors and School Principals
- Anahuac ISD Staff Directory
- Texas Education Agency
- H1N1 Flu Information
- TAKS Testing Calendars
Character Education and Drug and Violence Education
'Talk About It®'
Anahuac ISD is committed to fostering a safe and comfortable learning environment for students and faculty. To help us achieve this goal we are proud to introduce a new program called ‘Talk About It’.
'Talk About It®' is a web-based communication system developed by AnComm. 'Talk About It ®' is the nation's first and only anonymous online and text based reporting and emergency notification service for schools. This program is a preventative solution to foster a safer, more comfortable learning environment and help ensure a safe and threat-free school environment.
Geared for upper elementary, middle, and high school the program allows students to anonymously send texts or emails about problems at school. The ‘Talk About It’ service has been used by schools nationwide to address such topics as abuse, bullying, cyber-bullying, pregnancy, runaway, self injury/cutting, stress, sexual harassment, suicide, violence, weapons in school, date rape, eating disorders, peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse and depression.
AnComm believes that schools must put communication at the core of school safety plans. Administrators need to give students a way to reach out to counselors and faculty without fear of retribution or embarrassment. Students should be able to seek help or notify those who can help when there are problems inside schools that require attention. The goal of the program is to break the “code of silence” and get students to ‘Talk About It®’.
‘Talk About It’ gives those students who do not feel comfortable discussing issues face to-face a way to communicate when the issue is potentially embarrassing or when making a face-to face report could result in retaliation from another student. Students utilizing ‘Talk About It’ often initiate contact using this anonymous vehicle and end up meeting face to face with a counselor or teacher about their concerns at a time and place of their choosing which reduces the student's fear of being seen getting help for a problem or making a report about dangerous or illegal activity.
As a web-based service, all communications take place over the Internet via any web-connected computer or cell phone using text messaging. When the school official (counselor or teacher, for example) receives a message, he or she may respond to the student to find out more, or to discuss the problem. The student and school official may engage in an ongoing message dialogue. With ‘Talk About It®,’ the entire thread of conversation is conducted confidentially unless the student wishes to disclose his or her name.
Anahuac ISD is excited about this new program. Contact the principal or counselor at any campus to find out more or visit http://www.ancomm.com/ to learn more.
The URL to Anahuac ISD login page is https://login.ancomm.com/anahuac/
Quik Links for Character Education & Drug and Violence Prevention
- 'Talk About It®' reporting https://login.ancomm.com/anahuac/
- 'Talk About It®' website http://www.ancomm.com/
- Connect with Kids website
- Drug and Violence Education (DAVE)
- Coole School
- Coole School Parent resources
- Keystone (ES) and Teen Leadership (MS & HS) http://www.flippengroup.com/education/educuric.html