Crockett Middle School
19001 Beechnut | Richmond | TX | 77407
Phone: 281-634-6380 | Fax: 281-327-6380
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Care, Commitment, Trust

Where we are changing lives, respecting differences and growing leaders.

Our Belief & Mission

Inside the Learning Community of David Crockett Middle School, everything that we do as a Staff will contribute to our Students' learning, achievement, and personal development.
What we desire for our Students is:
* That they reach their potentials
* That they demonstrate self-confidence
*That they demonstrate respect for themselves & others
*That they demonstrate a respect for their community
*That they demonstrate a willingness to embrace and welcome diversity

Dress Code

Please assist your children in following our campus dress code. You will also find this information in your handbook and on the district website.
The following items are unacceptable and not permitted:
„« Hats and Caps
„« Dresses, skirts, shorts shorter than 3¨ above the knee, including slits
„« Excessively baggy garments/sagging pants (Pants must be worn at the waist with a belt.)
„« Frayed hems, ripped/torn clothing
„« Clothing that shows a bare midriff
„« Low-cut or see-through tops (worn alone or with tank tops) or backless dresses or tops
„« Clothing with improper advertising, pictures, or slogans
„« Chains attached to wallets and/or clothing
„« Spiked jewelry
„« Clothing that advertises drugs, alcoholic beverages or tobacco
„« Clothing that advertises any unauthorized group
„« Tight fitting clothing
„« Designs cut or shaved into the hair/Mohawk hair styles
„« Distracting hair dyes
„« No facial hair for male students, i.e. mustaches, beards or goatees
„« The only body piercing acceptable will be earrings in the ears. Due to safety issues, only a stud earring is permissible for male students. No jewelry that displays drugs or weapons is permissible.
„« Tattoos, icons and any other markings on the body that cannot be removed shall be covered at all times in an unobtrusive manner that is not disruptive to the educational process.

David Crockett Middle School

David Crockett Middle School opened its doors or the first time August 27, 2007. DCMS is the thirteenth middle school in the Fort Bend Independent School District.
David Crockett Middle School was named after Alamo hero, David Crockett, a native of Tennessee who came to Texas and fought for the freedom of the Republic of Texas.
“Davy Crockett (1786-1836), American frontier hero and political leader whose death at The Alamo made him a national hero. Crockett was an expert scout, a crack rifleman, and a noted hunter. By his own account he killed 105 bears in about nine months. He was good-natured and always willing to joke about himself, even about his worst misfortunes, and he became known as a witty narrator of tall tales. David Crockett was born in Greene County, Tennessee, on August 17, 1786. He spent much of his youth as a backwoods hunter, and his character was formed by the pioneer hardships on the Tennessee frontier.
In Congress Crockett became known for the coonskin cap he wore and for his rustic wit and native shrewdness. A courageous legislator, he was dedicated to the defense of his squatter constituents against land speculators and planter aristocrats. His political career was dominated by his determination to pass a bill granting land to people living as squatters in western Tennessee. These efforts involved him in political conflict with such powerful leaders as Jackson and James Polk, later 11th president of the United States.
Crockett’s heroic death at The Alamo established him as a national hero. On the strength of this fame, his son John Wesley Crockett went to Congress in 1839 and 1841, where he succeeded in securing passage of the Tennessee Vacant Land Bill for which his father had fought so desperately.” ("Davy Crockett," Microsoft® Encarta® Online Encyclopedia 2009 © 1997-2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.)
The David Crockett Middle School mascot is the ‘MAVERICK’ a wild, untamed, independent of spirit horse or mustang!

DCMS Administrative & Counselor Team

Thomas Graham, Principal
Sunday Johnson, Associate Principal, 6th Grade (Alpha A-Gam)
David Orlin, Assistant Principal, 7th Grade (Alpha Gar-N)
Dr. Kellie Yoh, Assistant Principal, 8th Grade (Alpha O-Z)

Jennifer Ohanaja, Counselor- 6th
Clayton Daniels, Counselor - 7th
Trenise Duckens, Counselor -8th

2014-2015 Middle School Supply List


1- 3" white binder
5 - pocket folders
5 - 70 sheet spiral notebooks
5 - tab dividers
1 - pencil pouch
1 - package of colored pencils
1 - yellow highlighter
1 - package of pens
1 - package of pencils

General Supply List for 7th & 8th grade subjects:
Tissues (to be given to first period teacher)
Pencils (4)
Pens (blue or black) (4)
Notebook paper (4 packages-should be replenished throughout the year)
Colored Pencils (1 box)
Glue Stick (1 three pack)
Washable markers (1 box)
Highlighters (1)
Scotch tape (for use in Science and Social Studies)
Index cards (3x5 lined 3 packs of 100)
Organizational supply information (the type of binders, spirals, pocket folders each course requires) will be distributed the first week of school.