Fallbrook Academy

Fallbrook Academy

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AMAZON PRIME DAYS ARE HERE: Don't forget to use our Amazon link to make your purchases. Our campus will receive a donation of 4-10% of your purchase. Thank you!
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So grateful our school is giving the option to continue remote learning for the 2020/2021 school year 🥰Thanks for putting our kids and Teachers health and safety first .
#OURKIDSHEALTHMATTER
#greatschool
Young Rembrandts drawing classes are starting this week at YOUR school! Sign up NOW!
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Join Us for our second session at Fallbrook Academy starting November 13th!

8 weeks, once a week, different drawings EACH time!
Enroll soon!
Young Rembrandts drawing class is still open for enrollment!

Every week is a DIFFERENT and COMPLETE project: Join at any time!!
Can someone tell me how the uniforms fit for boys?
My son is tall and thin? He was in size 12 traditional uniform pants last year. Any advice is greatly appreciated 🙂
I got a letter. Is the campus open to visits? If so, how can I schedule a visit?
Our experience with Fallbrook Academy is absolutely progressing in the right direction! The teachers are caring and the curriculum is challenging for both of my children ages 7 and 12. There are good activities like basketball, student council and a great boys club...Young Gents. I am very pleased with the school...meeting our expectations!
that is why you can have star that are not true because you are alternating the comments posted on this page. delete me please if you dont like the information i share.
you dont want parents to tell the truth about the school because you want to place an image of the school as it is during what it should and it is not. those uniforms are a violation to us as a title I school. and i will contact tea about this issue

Fallbrook Academy offers a tuition-free classical education in the liberal arts and sciences, cultivating intellectual excellence, wisdom, and virtue.

Classical Academies operates more than 20 tuition-free charter schools across Texas.

Fallbrook Academy is a tuition-free public charter school.

Operating as usual

[08/13/21]   We are off to an amazing week two of the 2021-2022 school year. Here are a few reminders~
Breakfast starts at 7:15 am
Instruction begins at 8:00 am
Scholars are tardy at 8:10 am
Uniforms are required daily....no hoodies
We do not have water fountains. Students should bring a water bottle everyday.
It is very important to make sure that everyone performs a health screening at home each morning.
All scholars will be sent home if the student is ill or has symptoms.
If your child is experiencing ANY of the following symptoms, your child may need to stay home:
headache
cough
sore throat
loss of taste/smell
difficulty breathing
shortness of breath
chills
diarrhea
nausea or vomiting
If there is a positive COVID-19 case in your home OR your child has been exposed to someone with COVID-19, your child may need to stay home from school if they have symptoms above.
Please help us in keeping our students and staff safe during this time.
We truly appreciate your cooperation and support during this time.
If you have questions please call the school office at (281) 880-1360.

08/13/2021
08/13/2021
Timeline Photos 08/06/2021

Tax-Free Weekend begins today and ends at midnight Sunday, Aug. 8! Families won't pay sales tax on many back-to-school supplies including most clothing, footwear, school supplies, and backpacks, provided that no item is more than $100. For more information, visit https://fal.cn/3hhrU.

Tax-Free Weekend begins today and ends at midnight Sunday, Aug. 8! Families won't pay sales tax on many back-to-school supplies including most clothing, footwear, school supplies, and backpacks, provided that no item is more than $100. For more information, visit https://fal.cn/3hhrU.

06/16/2021

Houston, you can visit our campus at the ResponsiveEd North Houston Local School Choice Showcase! Your one-stop-shop for information about multiple academic options in your area TOMORROW, June 17: https://bit.ly/3iMs5e5.

Houston, you can visit our campus at the ResponsiveEd North Houston Local School Choice Showcase! Your one-stop-shop for information about multiple academic options in your area TOMORROW, June 17: https://bit.ly/3iMs5e5.

Timeline Photos 06/04/2021

In response to Governor Abbott's executive order prohibiting school districts from requiring or mandating mask-wearing, our campus will be 'Masks Optional'. Thank you for your understanding.

In response to Governor Abbott's executive order prohibiting school districts from requiring or mandating mask-wearing, our campus will be 'Masks Optional'. Thank you for your understanding.

Timeline Photos 05/28/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/31-6/4): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/31-6/4): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 05/21/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/24-5/28): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/24-5/28): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 05/14/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/17-5/21): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/17-5/21): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/10-5/14): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/10-5/14): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

[05/06/21]   The Dyslexia Specialist will conduct the dyslexia intervention program for all dyslexia students. In addition to these duties, the Dyslexia Teacher will serve the student population as a formative phonetics resource to students struggling in the areas of reading fluency and early phonetic comprehension.

Qualifications:
Education/Certification

Must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited College or University, preferably in the area of Special Education.
Valid grade level (EC-6 or 4-8 Generalist) or content area certification required for select positions.
Dyslexia Certification (preferred)
CALT (Certified Academic Language Therapist) (preferred)
Experience
2+ years of Dyslexia teaching experience in a Public School (preferred)

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

A passion for students, especially students with reading disorders
Ability and patience to work interactively with students
Advanced knowledge of and compliance with federal and state dyslexia and reading disorder laws.
Working knowledge of and compliance with individualized services for students
Knowledge of the development and implementation of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) process
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Strong computer skills to implement multiple and diverse programs
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Learn and implement teaching curriculum software programs and instruct students on utilization.
Communicate effectively with all levels of students, parents, administrative staff, and Campus Directors.
Ability to effectively interpret policy, procedures, and student data such as diagnostic test results, state assessments scoring, transcripts, and grade point average
Must have the ability to transition with the district, campus, and/or department changes
Must have the ability to communicate effectively with and receive guidance from supervisors
Must have the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively

Responsibilities and Duties:

Apply knowledge of the interrelated components of reading across all developmental stages of oral and written language and has expertise in reading instruction at the levels of early childhood through grade 12.
Use expertise in implementing, modeling, and providing integrated literacy assessment and instruction by utilizing appropriate methods and resources to address the varied learning needs of all students.
Recognize how the differing strengths and needs of individual students influence their literacy development, applies knowledge of primary and second language acquisition to promote literacy, and applies knowledge of reading difficulties, dyslexia, and reading disabilities to promote literacy.
Understand the theoretical foundations of literacy; plans and implements a developmentally appropriate, research-based reading/literacy curriculum for all students; collaborates and communicates with educational stakeholders; and participates and takes a leadership role in designing, implementing, and evaluating professional development programs.
Collaborate with general education teachers and administrators to provide dyslexia accommodations and services to dyslexia students.
Ensure student individualized education programs (IEPs) are appropriately written and implemented.
Ensure that student progress is evaluated on a regular basis and that the findings are used to make dyslexia services more effective.
Plan the necessary time, resources, and materials to support general education teachers in accomplishing educational goals of students receiving dyslexia services.
Assist the campus administrator with the Response to the Intervention process.
Demonstrate support for the campus' student management policies and assist with behavior management strategies as they relate to students with dyslexia.
Establish and maintain open lines of communication by conducting conferences with parents, students, teachers, and administrators.
Recommend sound policies to improve dyslexia program.
Perform special projects, during and after normal business hours, and other duties as assigned. Travel as required.

Equipment Used:

All equipment required to perform jobs duties and task previously described.


Physical / Environmental Factors:

The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Responsive Education Solutions considers applicants for all positions without regards to race, color, national origin, age, religion, s*x, marital status, veteran or military status, disability, or any other legally protected status. ResponsiveEd is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Salary: Please use the link to find more information on ResponsiveEd Teacher Salary https://responsiveed.com/careers/teacher-salary/

[05/06/21]   Position Summary:
The campus Title I Instructional Aide assists school staff with accelerated student instruction in such a way to facilitate the achievement of the school’s goals.

Qualifications:
Education/Certification and Experience

High School Diploma or GED
Valid Texas Paraprofessional Certificate or ability to obtain upon hire
Must meet 1 of the 2 following criteria: Associate's degree, OR 60 credit hours from an accredited institution of higher learning

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

Ability to work well with children, parents, and school staff
Ability to use/learn basic computer applications
Knowledge of general office equipment
Effective communication skills (written and verbal) in English
Ability to speak Spanish (preferred)


Responsibilities and Duties:

Work with individual students or small groups to conduct instructional activities as assigned.
Maintain confidentiality of information.
Assist in maintaining a neat and orderly work environment.
Assist in supervising students throughout the school day as needed.
Assist in the maintenance of administrative records and preparation of reports as required.
Assist in inventory, care, and maintenance of equipment as assigned.
Assist in preparing materials/displays for instruction or campus operations.
Participate in staff development programs, faculty meetings, and special events, as required.
Other duties as assigned.


Equipment Used:

Regular use of complex machines and equipment (desktop/laptop computer and software, presentation equipment, copy machines, etc.)
Intermediate skill in Data Entry, Database, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Word Processing/Typing
Google suite of applications
Video conferencing technology


Physical / Environmental Factors:

Must maintain emotional control and exercise reasoning and problem-solving skills while under stress. Must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written).

Occasional prolonged and irregular hours. May occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds

Perform all duties in a safe and responsible manner. Observe all safety precautions.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Responsive Education Solutions considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, s*x, marital status, veteran or military status, disability, or any other legally protected status. ResponsiveEd is an Equal Opportunity Employer

[05/06/21]   Position Summary:

The campus Title I Instructional Aide assists school staff with accelerated student instruction in such a way to facilitate the achievement of the school’s goals.

Qualifications:
Education/Certification and Experience

High School Diploma or GED
Valid Texas Paraprofessional Certificate or ability to obtain upon hire
Must meet 1 of the 2 following criteria: Associate's degree, OR 60 credit hours from an accredited institution of higher learning

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

Ability to work well with children, parents, and school staff
Ability to use/learn basic computer applications
Knowledge of general office equipment
Effective communication skills (written and verbal) in English
Ability to speak Spanish (preferred)


Responsibilities and Duties:

Work with individual students or small groups to conduct instructional activities as assigned.
Maintain confidentiality of information.
Assist in maintaining a neat and orderly work environment.
Assist in supervising students throughout the school day as needed.
Assist in the maintenance of administrative records and preparation of reports as required.
Assist in inventory, care, and maintenance of equipment as assigned.
Assist in preparing materials/displays for instruction or campus operations.
Participate in staff development programs, faculty meetings, and special events, as required.
Other duties as assigned.


Equipment Used:

Regular use of complex machines and equipment (desktop/laptop computer and software, presentation equipment, copy machines, etc.)
Intermediate skill in Data Entry, Database, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Word Processing/Typing
Google suite of applications
Video conferencing technology


Physical / Environmental Factors:

Must maintain emotional control and exercise reasoning and problem-solving skills while under stress. Must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written).

Occasional prolonged and irregular hours. May occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds

Perform all duties in a safe and responsible manner. Observe all safety precautions.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Responsive Education Solutions considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, s*x, marital status, veteran or military status, disability, or any other legally protected status. ResponsiveEd is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Our Story

Fallbrook Academy is a part of ResponsiveEd family of schools with its mission to provide hope for students through educational options that promote a free society and cultivate moral and academic excellence.

Founded in 2007, Classical Academies centers on the belief that successful students become successful adults. Our interest is to provide hope to inquisitive minds, while instilling knowledge and values that will serve both the student and our society for years to come.

We are public charter schools providing an innovative educational choice to families and students, free of charge. Our schools are focused on individual attention. Our program is academically successful and character-based. We endeavor to provide a well-rounded education that is distinctively classical, that pursues knowledge, promotes virtue, and prepares students for prosperous lives in a free society.

The Fallbrook Academy Mission:

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12512 Walters Rd., Ste. 100
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