30 GUNS IN 30 DAYS RULES
We are attempting to sell 2000 raffle tickets.
From June 1,2015 to June 30,2015 there will be one drawing per day.
There will be only one winner per day.
Purchasing one Ashford Academy 30 Guns In 30 Days raffle ticket constitutes one entry in the contest.
Winners will be notified by phone.
Winners will be posted on the schools website.
A winning ticket will not be re-entered into future drawings.
Ashford Academy is committed to excellence in education with a strong emphasis on values, respect and responsibility. We strive to maintain an orderly environment in which all students may develop to their full potential.
Ashford Academy maintains high academic standards which challenge students to develop the skills, character and confidence they need in order to become productive adults.
The HOUSTON PRIVATE SCHOOL FOUNDATION, INC. d/b/a Ashford Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, or other school administered programs.
It shall be the policy of Ashford Academy not to discriminate against any individual on the basis of a disability, and no one will be denied the opportunity to participate in or benefit from the services and facilities to Ashford Academy on the basis of a disability. Ashford Academy shall take steps as may be necessary to ensure that no individual with a disability is excluded, denied services, or segregated or otherwise treated differently than other individuals.
The Ashford Academy Board of Directors recognizes fully the constitutional rights of students enrolled in its school. The board recognizes equally, however, its obligation to establish policy to student behavior and discipline which assures that a proper atmosphere for learning will be maintained at school.
All students at Ashford Academy are charged with the responsibility to conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to good citizenship. Student conduct shall be founded on the basic concept of respect, consideration for the rights of others, and applicable laws.
The Board believes that the kind of discipline preferable in a democratic society is that typified by self-discipline. It considers self-discipline as a learning process whereby the individual progressively learns to develop habits of self-control and recognizes his own responsibilities to society. Behavior and discipline policies shall, therefore, demonstrate recognition both of individual student constitutional rights and of the paramount needed for maintaining a proper atmosphere for learning within each school.
To be a student at Ashford Academy is an honor and a responsibility. I make the following commitment to uphold and protect the legacy of my family, myself, and my school by upholding the standards of the Falcon Way.
F - FIRST WIN IN THE CLASSROOM - Academics are my first priority. I will maintain excellence and honesty in all academic work.
A - ATTITUDE - I will maintain a positive attitude while giving 110% to get the most out of my God-given talent. I will be there to help classmates when they need me.
L - LEADERSHIP - I will be a leader in and out of the classroom. I will seek to achieve my personal best while helping my friends and classmates do the same. Quitting when the going gets tough will not be an option for me.
C - COURAGE - I will have the courage to do the right thing regardless of peer pressure. My courage will not allow me to stand idly by while others do the wrong thing.
O - ON THE TEAM FIRST - I will make my personal connection to my God, faith, friends and family priority in my life. I will present a positive image of .Ashford Academy at all times. My school spirit will be obvious.
N - NOW IS THE TIME FOR INTEGRITY - I am personally accountable for everything I say or do. I will abstain from bullying, put-downs, and any form of disrespect toward others.
As I begin each day I realize that I represent my family, my school, and myself I know that each day I represent the integrity our school was founded upon. I pledge that after I graduate I will be remembered for the character and leadership I showed.