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TJHS Mission Statement

The mission of Thomas Jefferson High School is to provide an inclusive, relevant, comprehensive education within a principled diverse community.  We are committed to inspire in each Mustang a love of learning and an affinity for risk, empowering them to persevere as balanced and thoughtful global citizens.

Second Semester

7:40AM- Doors open to cafeteria and breakfast served

8:15AM- Arcade parking lot will be closed off, drop off on Donaldson Ave.

8:20AM- Door #5 (by cafeteria door) is only open door for entry. Be sure to pick up your tardy pass before getting to class. 

Students who are tardy to mascot time will be held in the cafeteria until the 9:05 bell. 

Dress Code:

Mask mandate has been lifted, it is currently OPTIONAL for our district. 



Starting Monday 5/15/2023, we are going to stadium rules for bags for the remainder of the school year. Be sure you use this week to clean out your lockers.
You still need to bring your Chromebook and charger.


If you need information for the school bus, contact our transportation department at 210-354-9320. Website


Each student has a homeroom assigned to their schedule they will report to daily Monday- Thursday. 

Bell Schedule:

Please click here to view our bell schedule (same as 2021-2022 school year) CLICK HERE


Updated flyer of clarification of information about High School Attendance. (CLICK HERE)  Spanish (CLICK HERE)

Want to win a car or other awesome prizes? Click here to learn more!

Where do I park?

Students (who park on campus) and Employees are the only people who need a parking permit, parents/visitors (pick up/drop off) will not need a parking pass.

Employees will pick their parking tag up  upon completing the information sheet.

Students must purchase a parking tag from Ms. Parker after completing the information form. Forms can be picked up in the main office or with Ms. Parker. Must include: Drivers license, Insurance verification, car information, license plate information, and five dollars.


       Cell Phones:       

In an effort to maximize academic instructional time, students will be asked to put their cell phones in a designated area of the classroom and remove their ear buds as they enter class. Students will be able to retrieve their phones back at the end of the period. 

We anticipate that our students will be receptive and cooperate with their teachers. If students decide to make the choice to not turn in their phone or are caught with their phone during instructional time (classroom or hallway), the following steps will be taken:

1st/2nd Infraction- Students will be referred to their assigned administrator for consultation and phone call home. Students' phones will be kept in a secure area for the remainder of the school day. (Students may pick up phone at the end of the school day)

3rd and subsequent infractions-  Students will be referred to their assigned administrator for consultation and phone call home. Students' phones will be kept in a secure area for the remainder of the school day. (Parent will be asked to pick up the phone at the end of the school day)

If after visiting with the administrator and calling home to the parent, the student refuses to turn in their phone, they will be assigned OCI (Students in OCI are required to turn their phones in). 

**If a student makes the choice not to go to OCI, they will be asked to call their parent/guardian to come pick them up.

Administrators/campus staff are not responsible for lost or stolen items. 

Student Bill of Rights Code of Conduct Page 41-42 CLICK HERE


Future Mustangs:

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Jennifer Love


IB Middle Years Programme Coordinator (9-10 graders)


Yareli Melendez


IB Diploma Programme coordinator (11-12 graders) 37066

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June 1 @9AM- Graduation practice @ ACC/Alamo Stadium

June 1 @6pm- Baccalaureate Service with Ring Blessing/Misa de Bachillerato y Bendicion del Anillo Reception to follow/Recepcion a seguir.     St. Paul's Community Center, 1201 Donaldson Ave   * Please RSVP HERE

June 13th, 2023 (Tuesday) GRADUATION @ 8PM- Alamo Stadium (must be at ACC by 6:45 PM)

Graduation Dress Code & Day of Information:

Students may decorate caps as long as the decorations are flat on the top of the mortarboard with nothing sticking up in the air
or hanging down over the side of the cap.
Language or images that are vulgar, have profanity, or are inflammatory is prohibited.

Must be approved prior to Graduation. 

It is not possible to walk on
the stadium turf in spike heels and students could be injured. The heel will sink completely
into the ground.
Cords or stoles are up to the Head of School for approval.
Flowers and small gifts will be available for sale by district volunteers outside of the gates on the home side of Alamo Stadium.
The same will be sold outside of the Alamo Convocation Center.
NO BALLOONS ALLOWED! Balloons are prohibited in the stadium or ACC. If brought, the family will be able to leave them with district staff in a central
location and the family can retrieve them after the event.
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Drinking water update:

Subject: Drinking Water Test Results Within Threshold

Dear Families and Staff,

We are writing to provide an update on our participation in lead testing through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s (TCEQ) Lead Testing in School and Child Care Program (LTSCC). We are happy to report that our school recently completed testing, and all results were within the normal threshold. The testing we implemented is a voluntary statewide program that offers free training and guidance on how to reduce exposure to lead in drinking water in facilities where children are under care. Financial support is made possible by the TCEQ and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Lead is a heavy metal, and some drinking water pipes, taps, solder, and other plumbing materials contain lead. For more information about the sources of lead and health effects of lead please visit the EPA’s “Basic Information about Lead in Drinking Water” web page at:  

A full list of results is available on TCEQ’s LTSCC Program webpage at For more information about the LTSCC Program, you can visit the program webpage, email, or call the helpline at (737) 276-1987. 

Mike Eaton
Chief Operations & Building Security Officer
San Antonio ISD
Tema: Los resultados de la prueba del agua potable dentro del umbral establecido

Estimadas familias y personal:

Estamos escribiendo para proporcionar una actualización sobre nuestra participación en las pruebas de detección de plomo a través del Programa de Pruebas de Detección de Plomo en las Instalaciones Escolares y de Cuidado Infantil (LTSCC) de la Comisión de Texas para la Calidad Ambiental (TCEQ). Es un placer reportar que nuestra escuela recientemente completó la prueba de detección de plomo y todos los resultados estuvieron dentro del umbral normal establecido. Las pruebas que implementamos forman parte de un programa estatal voluntario que ofrece capacitación y guía gratuita sobe cómo reducir la exposición al plomo en el agua potable de las instalaciones donde están los niños bajo cuidado. El apoyo financiero está disponible por parte de TCEQ y la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA) de los EE. UU. El plomo es un metal pesado, y algunas tuberías de agua potable, llaves, soldadura y otros materiales de plomería podrían contener plomo. Para más información sobre las fuentes de plomo y los efectos del plomo en la salud por favor visite la página web de la EPA de “Información básica sobre el plomo en el agua potable” en:  

Una lista completa de resultados está disponible en la página web del Programa LTSCC de TCEQ en Para más información sobre el Programa LTSCC, puede visitar la página web del programa, enviar un correo electrónico a o llamar a la línea de ayuda al (737) 276-1987. 

Mike Eaton
Director General de Operaciones y de Seguridad de Instalaciones
San Antonio ISD

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