SMSD strives to energize and integrate all aspects of its diverse community, businesses and parents into full support and implementation of its mission and objectives. The district was founded on the principle that an active partnership of its schools and community is essential to the realization of each and every student’s potential.
How To Get Involved
How can you get involved and make a positive difference for a student and your community? Contact our campus principals at the email addresses below.
Stafford MSD uses the Peachjar eflyer system to distribute flyers from non-profit organizations. If your flyer meets the criteria below, please visit www.peachjar.com for instructions on How to Get Started and Creating a Peachjar Account. (charges may apply)
Flyers must be uploaded to Peachjar by noon Thursday. Approved flyers will be sent out every Friday (except on holidays). Criteria and Guidelines
The following criteria must be met before flyers will be approved and distributed to campuses.
The flyer must have the following disclaimer: This organization and its activities are not related to or sponsored by Stafford Municipal School District.
Flyers that promote events/activities that compete or conflict with existing District events/activities will not be distributed
The flyer must clearly indicate this is an activity for students.
The material on the flyer must be age and/or developmentally appropriate for students.
The group distributing the flyer must be identified by the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501(c)(3) or 501(c)4 organization, and a copy of the 501(c)(3) or 501(c)4 IRS letter MUST accompany this request.
The flyer must not cause disruption to the operation and discipline of the school.
If the flyer is advertising an event and location, it must include the name of the event’s location as well as the address.
If at any time it is determined that previous non-school related literature presented for approval contained false information or did not accurately represent the intent of the program, the approval of future material submitted by the requesting organization may be jeopardized. ·
Our campuses will be closed on Friday, June 26 and re-open on Monday, July 13. We will continue to seek guidance from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and local officials as we welcome students back to campus in 2020-2021. The week of our re-open, we will share our safety protocols and learning plans, especially as we prepare to become a 1:1 campus of students to devices.
It's important for you to know, as we move forward, providing a safe environment and quality education are essential to us and will remain our first priority.