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Going for GOLD at Reynolds

Week of January 17

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Congratulations to our Spelling Bee Winners-1st Place Sedrick Davis & Runner-Up Laila Johnson

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If You Missed the State Testing Presentation... See Below!!!

Reynolds Elementary Parent State Testing Presentation

How To Use Education Galaxy for Specific Skills for STAAR....video below!

Parent Lunch Update Postponed Until Further Notice

Parents due to the sharp uptick in COVID cases we are postponing parent lunches until further notice. As soon as we see trend of few cases we will reinstate lunches with parents.

Reynolds Save the Dates!

Monday, January 17- MLK Holiday No School

Monday, January 24- Spring Pictures Free Dress

Wednesday, January 26th- 100th Day of School

February 2nd World Read Aloud Day

February 11th- Half Day with Parent Conferences

February 21st President's Day Holiday

February 22nd -- 2's Day --- 2/22/22

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Middle of Year Testing Continues this Week!

This week our scholars will begin their Middle of Year testing. K-5 grade students with take Math MAP. 3-5 graders will take MAP Reading. All K-2 graders will be administered the mClass reading assessment. PK students will begin their Circle assessments.

These assessments are crucial for us to gauge our scholars progress and identify any needs that must be addressed over the coming weeks.

In an effort to encourage our students on their MAP exam- we will be giving prizes for our students during our MAP Store event for students who meet the following criteria:

* Increase RIT score on MAP by 10 pts

* Meet At or Above Grade Level on MAP

*Meet Benchmark on mClass

*On Target for all domains on Circle

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Parents ! We need your HELP and Support!

Parents as I am sure you are aware we have experienced a sharp uptick in COVID cases. We are asking for your support in the following ways:

1. Mask wearing remains required and now more than ever we need to encourage proper mask wearing (covering the nose and mouth) at all times. Please send students to school with a mask as we have limited supply of masks.

2. Monitor students for symptoms, fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, loss of taste and/or smell. Keep your child home if they are sick. Test is needed. Spring ISD has testing available click here for more info.

Spring ISD Steps to Follow If Your Student Becomes Ill:

  1. Should your student show any symptoms of COVID-19, please consider getting them tested. Click here to register for a free test at a site near you, or refer to the list above for Spring ISD-specific sites.
  2. If your child tests negative, they can return to school as long as they’ve been fever-free for 24 hours without any medication.
  3. If your child tests positive, you need to contact your campus and report the case to the school nurse, who will alert the campus principal and our Emergency Management and School Safety team.
  4. We also recommend testing for the entire family of any student who tests positive. Unvaccinated siblings/parents/household members should quarantine at home for five days because they are considered close contacts per CDC guidelines. Vaccinated siblings/parents/household members do not need to quarantine, but should watch for symptoms and wear a mask.
  5. Vaccinated siblings may come to school, as long as they are fever free, have no symptoms and wear a mask.
  6. Your COVID-19 positive student will not be able to return to school until at least 5 days have passed since the positive test was taken and the student is fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications (fever is a temperature of 100° F or higher), and other symptoms have improved.
  7. After 5 days from the date that the student took the COVID test that yielded a positive result, the student may return to campus on the 6th day, but should report first to the nurse for a temperature check or to present a doctor’s note/release.
  8. If your COVID-19 positive student is well enough, they may do and submit make-up work assigned by their teachers.
  9. Close contact students quarantining at home also have the option of completing and submitting make-up work to keep up with school assignments.

Enrichment Reading: Who was Martin Luther King Jr.??

Martin's Big Words: The Life of Martin Luther King Jr.

District January Dates

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January is School Board Appreciation Month!

Thank You Kelly Hodges!

Campus Lunch Schedule

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Our Online Programs are up and RUNNING!!!

We have some amazing aligned programs that we are beginning to launch. We know parents are asking what can we do at home to support our scholars.. these programs included below are not only amazing and aligned they are engaging and fun. Students will need to log into their MySpring ISD account and click on the instructional tab to access the apps for these programs. Below are some pictures to help navigate you but please reach out if you need any assistance.

Amplify Reading All Grades K-5

Amplify Reading is our new curriculum and with this amazing new curriculum we have the Texas read program. This is an engaging adaptive program that targets areas of need in the 7 strands of reading. Students will begin working in this program and if able to log in at home would be a great help. Reports will be sent to parents on their progress towards mastering the yearly goals!

ST Math All Grades PK-5

ST Math is a fun interactive Math program that is strictly conceptual. It isolates the math skill in order for students to be critical thinkers. Students will have so much fun helping JIJI the penguin navigate the puzzles!!

MyON Digital Library ALL students

This is a digital library that contains thousands of titles! Get lost in a book or enjoy family reading time with this amazing program.

Education Galaxy - Students Grades 1-5

This is a TEK aligned program that includes fun games and practice in Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies. Teachers will begin using this program during Intervention time and stations but students are encouraged to log in when able.

Join our PTO Today!!

Come join our amazing Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) ! This amazing group helps provide many fun activities for our scholars throughout the year. Link to sign up is below.
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School Procedures

We are so excited to welcome our scholars back on August 11th for an amazing year. Don't forget we are on a different bell schedule this year. Doors open at 7:35 am with instruction beginning promptly at 8:05 am. Dismissal is at 3:25 pm.

Building Operations:

Our building opens at 7:35AM and students will not be allowed to arrive on campus prior to our opening. Students may not exit their vehicles or be left unattended prior to that time.

KOALA Kare: If the later start time has you in a bind we have a solution that can help. Koala Kare is quality child care held on campus and taught by certified teachers and school staff. The hours are 6:30 am to 6:00 pm. Please visit http://www.koalakare-llc.com for more information.

Dress Code: We will continue with the same dress code as in previous years-

Collared Shirts/Blouses- Red, White or Navy Blue

Short or Long Sleeve

No Logo or Designs

Pants, Jumpers, Skirts or Knee Length Shorts: Khaki, Black Navy Blue, Black Blue Denim(Plain-No Designs)

Leggings, Jeggings or Pajama-jeans are NOT Allowed.

Parent Lunches: Parent lunches will be held on Fridays ONLY this year. We plan on deep cleaning the cafeterias on Friday evenings to mitigate the exposure with bringing visitors for lunch with their student. Parents don't forget to bring your ID to come for Parent Lunch!

Early Dismissal: If for some reason you should need to pick your child up early from school you may do so by bringing an ID to the front office. We will not dismiss students after 2:30 PM due to safety concerns.

Change in Transportation: Changes in transportation can only be done in writing and must be sent to the front office prior to 3:00 PM daily.

School Supplies:

Please click these links to access our Supply Lists!





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