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Hello Manor Mustangs!

Welcome to our Manor High School Freshman, Class of 2020!

I am looking forward to a great 2016-2017 school year. Your support, patience and communication is greatly appreciated throughout this school year. Manor High School is a rich educational environment with opportunity designed for success for all students. Our commitment to you is to provide that opportunity for all. I encourage you to be involved and join in your child’s academic, cultural and extra-curricular progress. My message to everyone is for US, collectively to work together in the vision of truly developing a strong and productive Manor High School community. There are basic expectations that must be set in place for the improvement of all stakeholders.

1. Safety - Everyone should expect and work towards a safe learning environment. This is the basis of providing and being able to educate.
2. Respect - Everyone must be obligated towards the development of a mutually respectful environment
3. Good Education - All students shall be afforded a sound, quality education that will help them to continue the progress after graduating from Manor High School.

Let us work together in improving the lives of the children we serve, in building better relationships with one another and improving all programs at Manor High School.
Go Mustangs!
Jesse Perez
Manor High School- Ninth-Grade Academic Center Assistant Principal
"Growth Through Innovation"!
"Right Here, Right Now!"

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Mr. Jesse Perez

Perez brings with him 14 years of secondary experience in education, including 8 years as a classroom teacher and a coach in Victoria ISD in Victoria, Texas. This school year is his 5th year at Manor High School and his 2nd year as the Ninth-Grade Academic Center Principal. While his time at Manor High School, Perez has worked as an assistant principal for all grade levels where he has increased the student completion rate, provided administrative support to instructional programs, assisted with the implementation of a campus wide attendance committee and policies/procedures, increased student participation and supervized the Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at Manor High School. He included several student certifications programs, and served as an advocate during student transition from other educational programs into Manor High School. Returning to the Central Texas Area during the 2010-2012 school years, Perez served at Del Valle ISD in Del Valle, Texas in the Student Support Services Department. 

Perez earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine and in Education. He also holds a master’s degree in education administration from Concordia University- Austin