School Marshal Jacquez
Hello everyone my name is Jorge Jácquez School Marshal here at Sloan Creek. A little bit on myself. I'm in my 5th year in public education, while serving that time as a School Marshal. I have served in the U.S. Army for 10 years as a Military Police Officer, and currently an Active Duty National Guardsman for the U.S. Army. I have also worked for the Juvenile Justice Department as a Detention Officer. I currently hold an active School Marshal license from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
Down below are the Morning Drop Off and Pick up Maps.
If you need anything throughout the year don't hesitate in contacting me or anybody in the school. We will be more than glad to help and answer your questions.
December Safety Tips
1. Sharing the Road with School Buses. In all 50 states, it’s illegal to pass a school bus that has its stop arm out and red flashing lights on. Everyone plays a role in ensuring students get to school safety, so please use caution, and maintain a safe following distance.
2. Bundle Up. When bundling up your child in the morning, make sure your student still has an adequate line of sight and can hear traffic and other noises. Make sure your student can put his arms down.
3. Put Down the Phone. When on snow- or ice-covered surfaces, watch where you are walking, and driving as they might be ice that you can’t see.
4. Just a Little Patience. School bus drivers are very well trained on driving in inclement weather; however, snow and icy roads can slow down even the most experienced driver.
5. Pay Attention to Weather Alerts and School Messages. As hectic as mornings can be, parents should be aware of weather alerts and school cancellations or delays. Bad weather also can lead to early dismissals or a change in bus routes. Make sure to check your school website or local media when inclement weather is expected.