Anahuac ISD would like to locate all of our students who were and remain out of your home due to Tropical Storm Imelda. If you, at any time, were displaced by the storm, and have been or remain in a shelter, hotel, a RV, or doubled-up with family or friends, please let us know.

You may contact Cindy Bertrand, school liaison, via email or phone to provide the information. Mrs. Bertrand or another school employee will contact you for further information. The information provided will be kept confidential.


Phone: 409-267-2018

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Homecoming Festivities

Homecoming Parade is October 9th, 2019 at 6:00 pm Line up is at 5:30 pm. The lineup will take place on the north side of the high school and will traverse the same route as last year. Any participants can throw candy from their floats/vehicles, etc.

Each parade entry is $10 to AHS STUCO. The deadline for entries is October 8th, 2019 at 4:00 pm. We will take payments at the High School front office.

The theme for Homecoming Week at the high school is Movies. If any float wants to come up with something in regards to movies, we highly encourage your creativity!!

The Homecoming Coronation is at 6:50 pm at the Kyle White Football field Friday October 11th.

Sensory Integration Presentation

On Tuesday, October 29th from 5:30-7:00, Charlotte Greineisen, Ed. S. will be presenting, “Behavior Just Doesn't Happen: It's How We Perceive the World in Which We Live,” in the AES cafeteria.

Mrs. G has over 30 years of experience and also has a son with Sensory Integration struggles. Sensory intake happens consistently throughout our day in everything we do. She will share practical everyday activities that can easily be done at home, school, and the community to help students with autism or ADHD calm their central nervous system when feeling overwhelmed by sights, sounds, olfactory and tactile activities. These shared activities will help you as a parent, caregiver, or teacher to better prepare your child for the unpredictable world in which they live. If you attended last year, please come again, as she has added new materials/research to this presentation.

Ms. Amanda Way and the LEO Club will be providing childcare and the Autism/Special Needs Support Group will be providing refreshments.

Hope to see you there!

Reserved Stadium Seating

Reserved stadium seating passes may be purchased at the administration office located at 804 Mikhael Ricks Drive during regular business hours. Reserved stadium seats will sell for $32.00 each which covers the four Friday night home games ($8.00 each, only $2.00 more than general admission). For questions, please call 409-267-2005.