Gordon A. Bailey Middle School

4020 Lost Oasis Hollow

Austin, TX 78739

512 414-4990

Counselors

*Please visit our new Bailey Counseling Website at http://baileycounseling.weebly.com/
 
 
The Bailey counseling department is dedicated to helping each and every student be successful at Bailey Middle School.
 
We encourage every student to develop good study habits and become involved in Bailey extracurricular activities. We also urge parents to become closely involved in their child’s education through communication with their child’s teachers. 

School Tips for parents - starting off the 2016/17 school year!

 

A new schedule can cause anxiety even for kids and parents who have been through it many times! Extra support may be needed in the first few weeks.

Here are a few hints to help along the way:

 

Reassurance

  • Be available in the mornings and evenings for support
  • Open and consistent communication is key
 

Connectivity

  • Schedule an activity for your child and a few of their schoolmates to reconnect
  • Check school websites for 'good to know' info
  • Monitor social media for appropriate interactions
  • Study with your child for upcoming quizzes and tests

 

Prepare Ahead of Time

  • Adjust your sleep schedule, starting tonight!
  • Arrange for a place in the house to do homework and gather necessary materials there

 

Plan for Emergencies

  • Make a plan for potential conflict at school. Where will your child go and who can they talk with? Fitting in, tough classes and adjusting to the routine are all potential anxiety producers. 

 

 

The most important thing for both you and your child: Stay Positive and Have Fun!


 

Graduation Plans and Endorsement Information

 

Visit the AISD website at www.austinisd.org/graduationplans

 

or

 

Visit the Bowie website to view the Endorsement Declaration / 4 Year Plan PowerPoint.

 

or

 

Visit the Akins website 

 

 

 
 

We will begin accepting applications for the 2016 - 2017 school year in May.

Fall applications are due by midnight on the first day of school.

  

Purpose of the Off Campus Physical Education (OCPE) Program

The purpose of the OCPE Program is to accommodate students who are making a serious effort to develop higher-level skills in a specific activity that exceed what the school district can offer through the general physical education program. The OCPE Program allows students in 7th through 12th grades to earn credits that meet the district and state physical education requirements. Students will be expected to be physically educated, along with being physically active. They will be expected to show accountability of skill development, learned physical activity and health concepts and social development through participation in their selected physical activity and written and tested assignments that are based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Physical Education.

Students cannot participate in OCPE if:

1) They take PE at their school

2) They take Athletics at their school

3) They are a high school student on their school's athletics team-this compromises UIL eligibility

Please see “2016 – 2017 OCPE Student Information and Application Packet” for more information on the OCPE program and participation requirements.

2016 - 2017 OCPE Student Information and Application Packet

OCPE Approved Agencies *2016 - 2017 list will be updated in June  

2016 - 2017 OCPE Attendance and Grading Policy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Austin area agencies interested in applying to be an AISD-OCPE provider:  

Our agency list is currently full.  Please call our office at 512-414-4903 to inquire about joining our wait list.  

 

 

Thank you for your interest in the AISD OCPE program.