Campus Behavior Coordinator

  • We believe in fostering a safe and respectful learning environment for all our high school students. To ensure this, we have appointed a dedicated Campus Behavior Coordinator who plays a pivotal role in maintaining discipline and upholding the guidelines established in Subchapter A, Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code.


    At Veterans Memorial High School, our top priority is creating a positive and secure environment for learning and personal growth. Our Campus Behavior Coordinator, in alignment with Texas law, is entrusted with the responsibility of overseeing student discipline and implementing the regulations outlined in the Texas Education Code.

    What is the role of Campus Behavior Coordinator?

    The Campus Behavior Coordinator is a designated individual at our high school who holds a key role in promoting respectful behavior and supporting the overall well-being of our students. The coordinator's primary duty is to ensure that our campus remains a place of mutual respect and responsible conduct, conducive to effective learning.


    As mandated by the Texas Education Code (Sec. 37.0012), the Campus Behavior Coordinator's responsibilities encompass:

    • Overseeing student discipline, ensuring fairness and consistency.
    • Carrying out duties formerly assigned to campus principals or administrators under this subchapter.
    • Exercising the authority granted to campus principals or administrators as needed for maintaining discipline.

    Parental Notification

    Sec. 37.0012(d) highlights the importance of transparent communication between the school and parents or guardians. If a student is subjected to disciplinary actions such as in-school or out-of-school suspension, placement in alternative education programs, expulsion, or involvement with law enforcement, our Campus Behavior Coordinator will:

    1. Promptly communicate with parents or guardians either in person or via telephone.
    2. Make a sincere effort to provide written notice of the disciplinary action to the student on the same day the action is taken, ensuring parents or guardians are informed.

    If, by the first business day after the disciplinary action, parents or guardians haven't been reached by telephone or in person, written notice will be mailed to their last known address.

    Contact Information

    Ms. Sherri Harris-Stokes
    Campus Behavior Coordinator
    210-619-0220 Ext 18002

    Thank you for your collaboration in maintaining a safe and respectful educational environment for our high school students. If you need further assistance or information, don't hesitate to contact our Campus Behavior Coordinator or the school administration.