Cinco Ranch HS PTSA

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Students interested in volunteering will now be able to sign-up to receive email alerts from the CRHS PTSA with volunteer opportunities that arise throughout the summer and into the next school year. Students can also select whether they would like to be notified of leadership opportunities that they can later include in their college application. Students can select one specific area to volunteer in, such as Environmental or as many as they like. Sign-up today!

Become a Member

Parents and Community Members $12

Students and Staff $8

Student Directory $7

Reflections- What is Your Story?

Entries Due: Thursday, October 27th
to the CRHS main office or 9th grade office.

• Forms available from your teacher
• Entries due Thursday, Oct 27
• Must have one member of family join the PTSA
• Submit entries to 9th grade office or main office
• Questions? Ask Mrs. Smalley room 2018 281.237.7098
Entry forms and Rules
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Two Programs - One Cause

Coping with Stress flyer

Training for Continuing Education Credits for CRHS Teachers and Clinicians

Dr. Eric Stice developed a brief depression prevention program for adolescents and young adults. He has evaluated it in four trials with high school and college students in Austin Texas and in Eugene Oregon. Participants who complete this prevention program have showed significant reductions in depressive symptoms and a 50% reduction in future depression onset over 2-3 year follow-ups relative to control participants. These effects compare or exceed those produced by more intensive depression prevention programs.

More than 20 interventions have been developed to prevent depression in adolescents and children, and more than 70 studies have evaluated their efficacy and effectiveness, with cognitive–behavioral (CB) prevention interventions for adolescents having the largest evidence base.

Dr. Eric Stice, a Tenured Professor from the University of Texas at Austin and Senior Research Scientist at the University of Texas at Austin and Oregon Research Institute will also be at CRHS on November 9th to provide a four hour training for teachers and clinicians  that would be interested to learn how to deliver the cognitive behavioral depression prevention program developed by Dr. Stice, to groups of students.  Trainees will be provided an intervention script that facilitates delivery to review. This is in addition to the evening talk that is open to ALL Katy ISD students and parents. If you have any questions, please email Sofia Peruzzi at