September SPLASH

September News and Notes

Dear Hairgrove Families,

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! I am thrilled to be welcoming your children back to school! Our continued commitment to fostering our 8 Keys Of Excellence (Integrity, Failure Leads to Success, Speak With Good Purpose, This Is It, Commitment, Ownership, Flexibility, and Balance) will undoubtedly continue to help our students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

Our team will continue to embed critical thinking and collaboration across all content areas. We will also continue working diligently to meet the diverse needs of our students through small group instruction across all grade levels and emphasize meaningful, timely feedback to help students work towards academic mastery. All students in grades PK-5 will participate in Dive Into Learning which is an intervention time during the school day that is designed to meet their academic needs.

One of the greatest characteristics of the Hairgrove community is the genuine care and compassion shared between staff, students, and parents. Hairgrove Elementary is a place where staff and families come together to ensure that the children entrusted into our care grow to be productive, confident, compassionate, members of a global society.

I look forward to an amazing year!


Michelle Lee

Hairgrove Car Rider Procedures 2021-2022

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Art Notes

Hello Hairgrove families! It is going to be a great year in our NEW ART STUDIO!! I am excited to see all of our Hairgrove Artists show their creative talents as we learn and discover fun ways to express ourselves visually.

Ms. Bell

Music Notes

Choir starts rehearsals Wednesday, September 15 from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. We will be working diligently learning songs for our performance December 2. Students need to be picked up at the back of school on choir days. See Ms. Bassi for permission forms. They must be turned in before September 15.


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  • December 1

Our performances are on Thursday, December 2 at 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. I’m excited about starting another great year with fantastic music and students.

Third graders are also working diligently on their program music, America. They will be performing it on Tuesday, November 9 @ 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

I’m very excited to see all my students and make great music in class!

Library News

Hi Dolphin Families,

I'm Mrs. Anderson, your Hairgrove Librarian. We're putting the finishing touches on our brand-new library space! Students come to the library the same day each week for read alouds, check out, and fun maker activities. We have many brand new books in our library and students have been learning about book care so they know how to take care of the books they borrow. Ask your dolphin to share their library book with you and enjoy a fun storytime at home.

Happy Reading!

Mrs. Anderson

PE News

Hello Dolphins and Dolphin parents! It is a new school year filled with beautiful and exciting changes to our beloved Hairgrove campus! The gym has been renovated and is now in full working order. Just a few more adjustments and it will be finished. We also welcome our new Dolphin Coach Foster to our team!

Currently in PE classes, we are getting used to our new space and reviewing our classroom procedures. However, it is important that you are sending your student to school with a bottle of water or a container for water. Also, their PE days are on certain days every week. So please be aware of the days they need to wear gym shoes.

PE is a very fast paced and fun class. However, please talk to your student about the importance of staying in their own space and using listening ears while in large group. The classes are combined so there are more classmates in one space, and that can be challenging.

I am looking forward to a great new year in our beautiful new gym space. The kids are excited and delighted! It will be our best year yet!

Coach Dyson


The Coronavirus is still among us and cases are rising. The Delta variant is currently the predominant strain of COVID in the United States. This variant is highly contagious. Some data suggests that the variant might cause more severe illness than the other strains in unvaccinated persons. The greatest risk of transmission is among unvaccinated people. Fully vaccinated people can get breakthrough infections, either symptomatic or asymptomatic, and can transmit it to others. Even with breakthrough infections, vaccines are highly effective at preventing severe disease and death. In order to maximize protection from the variant and prevent the possibility of spreading it to others, it is recommended to wear a mask.


  • Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms
    • Symptoms include:

      • Cough

      • Shortness of breath

      • Loss of taste/smell

      • Nasal congestion

      • Sore throat

      • Headache

      • Fever at or above 100°F

      • Vomiting/diarrhea

  • Please send extra clothes with your child if they are in Pre-K or Kindergarten. Accidents happen and we want to ensure the students have clean clothes to change into if an accident does occur.

Health services link:

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

Ana Haley, BSN, RN


Technology Resources for Parents & Students

  • All guardians MUST complete the electronic release located in SchoolCash for student devices for the 2021-22 school year. Be sure to sign one for each student with a device. It will appear as though you are going to make a purchase, but the total will be $0.00. For more information, please access the resources below.

  • Students must report lost, stolen, or damaged devices in HappyFox. It is important that these reports are written in the students' words and are as detailed as possible. For more information, please access the resources below.

CFISD Code of Conduct

Please review the green Hairgrove information packet that was sent home with your child on the first day. It includes important information about notes to the campus, transportation procedures, dress code, homework, visitation, etc. We hope that having this information will answer any questions you may have, but if not, please feel free to contact the front office. Thank you for supporting the policies of our campus and assisting with a safe and learning-filled environment.

Parents may view the CFISD Student Code of Conduct here:

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