Longhorn Corner

   

Attention Seniors!  

It's time to order your announcements, invitations, and cap and gown.  Balfour packets are available from homeroom teachers or the AP office.  #Classof2022 #DobiePride

Balfour Parent Night will be Tuesday, 12/7, from 5-7 p.m. in the Dobie foyer.  Balfour will also be on campus during Mega Lunch on 12/8 and 12/9.

SKYWARD Family Access Instructions


DRESS CODE DO'S AND DON'TS

Dress Code Do'sDress Code Do's
Dress Code No's

Student Information

Welcome back Longhorns!

Pasadena ISD is providing information below as optional student device coverage, starting on 8/17/2021.

Coverage is provided by School Device Coverage, part of U-PIC Insurance Services for $35 per school year. 

Coverage provides protection for:

  • Accidental Damage
  • Cracked Screen
  • Liquid Submersion
  • Fire
  • Flood
  • Loss
  • Theft

Coverage must be purchased per student and includes unlimited claims per year, with no deductible. Coverage also transfers when a student exchanges a device. 

The Technical Services department will process claims for broken devices. 
Here is an example of how the process would work: 

1. Student is issued a device 
2. Student and\or guardian accesses https://schooldevicecoverage.com/signup, sets up an account, then purchases coverage for the student. The device’s Pasadena ISD bar code must be provided when coverage is purchased
3. If the student experiences a covered incident (such as a cracked screen), the student brings the device to their school’s Campus Support Technician. 
4. The Campus Support Technician confirms that the student is covered, then issues the student a replacement device. 
5. The Campus Support Technician processes the claim and updates the newly issued device bar code in the insurance system. 

Please note that you must have the device bar code before coverage can be purchased.  The location of the barcode is shown below.

Device Barcode

Mail-in Option Available
Pasadena ISD English Flyer SY21-22
Pasadena ISD Spanish Flyer SY21-22

Transcripts

Current Dobie Students please use this link or QR code to request an Official transcript for Scholarships or College Admissions.

https://tinyurl.com/dobietranscript2122

All former students must contact Student Services 713-740-0000 for an official transcript to be sent.

  

Free/Reduced Lunch


Children need healthy meals to learn. Pasadena Independent School District Nutrition Services offers healthy meals every school day.  

Information about free and reduced lunch can be found here

 


Application for Free/Reduced Lunch 

http://www.nlappscloud.com

News

 

 


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Accountability Reports

College Now

Dobie's College Now Program has a new website.
Visit us HERE for more information. 

 

Spotlight on Safety


We are currently translating this video to Spanish and will provide you that link as soon as it is ready.

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About Us

Administration

Principal
Mr. Moses

Dobie 9 Principal
Mr. Van Essen

Dobie Early College Dean
Mr. Peel

Assistant Principals
Ms. Calderaro
Mr. Cannon
Mr. Sink
Ms. Poullard
Ms. Noise
Mr. Cervantes
Ms. Griffin
Mr. Hopper
Ms. Alexander
Mr. Brownlee
Ms. Robinson

Mission Statement

We shall provide a relevant and rigorous learning environment in which all students shall have the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential in a changing global society. We are dedicated to the fundamental idea that every person, regardless of race, sex, religion, or national origin, will be regarded worthy of sincere interest and respect.


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