Redhawk Reader

February 8, 2019

Upcoming Dates to Remember

  • Thursday, February 14 - Valentine's Day
  • Monday, February 18 - President's Day - No School

Valentines Day

We will not be having a Valentine's Party at school, however, we will have time set aside at the end of the school day on February 14 for students to exchange Valentines with each other. If you choose to send your child with Valentines for their classmates, we ask that you send enough for every student in the homeroom and label them all "To: My Friend, From: (Your child's name)". This will aid in passing cards out quickly and easily. A small store bought and individually packaged candy or food item may be included, but nothing large or home-made. We will not be eating any candy or treats at school. All Valentines will go home with your student so that you can make the best decision of what and how much your child eats.

Lost and Found

Do any of these items look familiar? Have your child check the gym for their lost jackets.
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Superintendent's Fun Run

The sixth annual CFISD Superintendent’s Fun Run and Festival is set for March 2, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Berry Center (8877 Barker Cypress Road) and the Towne Lake community.

Underwritten by Memorial Hermann Cypress, the fun-filled community event will include a *5K run and a family-friendly **1-mile. New courses include a 5K run through Towne Lake, Lone Star College CyFair and a family path through CFFCU stadium. The fun run will feature booth vendors, food trucks, entertainment and activities for children.

Proceeds from the Superintendent’s Fun Run benefit the Cy-Fair Educational Foundation (CFEF), which awards student scholarships and staff development grants.

The Fifth Annual Superintendent’s Fun Run and Festival held on March 24, 2018 generated $100,000 to the Cy-Fair Educational Foundation (CFEF).

To register to participate or even donate by purchasing a "Sleep in Pass" please click the link below!

Early Registrations ends February 13. Let's have a great turn out from Rennell!

Akers' All-Stars

Students are nominated for this Principal’s recognition award by their peers or staff members for going above and beyond our school expectations - those who exhibit leadership, kindness, and extraordinary character!

We are so proud to announce this week's Akers' All-Stars pictured below:

Elliette Flippo

Hannah Eappen

Isabel Kajita

Joel Nguyen

Cameron Chukudebelu

Jayen Rauniyar

Nakul Sampangirama

London Thomas

Tai Ngo

Jha'layla Babineaux

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Parent Feedback

We would love if you would take the time to fill out our Parent Feedback Survey to help us continue to grow and improve as a campus:

School Report Card

The State of Texas 2017-18 School Report Card for Rennell has been publically released and is now posted on our campus website.

This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. It is to be sent to the parent or guardian of every child enrolled in a Texas public school. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures.

The School Report Cards can be found online at:

About Us

School Ratings

Select Campus Name

Select 2017-18

Click Filter

Click 2017-18 State School Report Card

If you do not have access to the internet to view the School Report Card online, please call the front office at 281-213-1550 to request the School Report Card be sent home with your child. You may also visit the main office and request to view or have a copy of the School Report Card provided to you.

Please feel free to contact Meredith Akers at 281-213-1550 if you have any questions regarding the School Report Card.

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Saving Energy

Our Rennell Watt Watchers have been diligently patrolling the school! They are very serious about saving the district money and conserving energy! We have seen a decrease in wasted energy at Rennell! This is great news! Each month a report is submitted to the district and they calculate how much energy the district is saving. What’s great about this is that we can see how other campuses are doing in comparison to Rennell. We are saving energy each month, but we can do more! Each area is patrolled 3 times a week. We want to recognize areas that are being proactive and conscious of turning off their lights, computers, lamps, and making sure electricity is not on when not in use. The area that that does the best for the month of February will get a Watt Watcher surprise! So let’s all work together and make sure that we are conserving our resources and we beat the other campuses in energy conservation! Our Watt Watcher team won first place for our video, so let’s win again with energy conservation! Remember: Think, Act, Save- Be Polite and Turn off the Light!

Dance Team News

The Dance Teams have been learning their new dances for their upcoming performance. Both Dance Teams will be performing on Saturday, March 2nd at The Superintendent Fun Run.

REDS Dance Team (1st and 2nd Grade)

What: CFISD Superintendent Fun Run

Place: The Berry Center

Date: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Time: 7:45 am arrival and performance at 8:20 am

Redhawk Dance Team (3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade)

What: CFISD Superintendent Fun Run

Place: The Berry Center

Date: Saturday, March 2, 2019

Time: 8:00 am arrival and performance at 8:30 am

Superintendent Fun Run Permission Slips will be going home on Monday. Please read, sign, cut permission slip and send the bottom portion only. Permission slips will have all of the details in regards to attire, hair, parking, chaperones, etc..

February Practices:

REDS DT: Tuesdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26

Redhawk DT: Fridays, February 1, 8, 15, 22 and March 1st* (had left this date off on last email)

Library News!

This past weekend, 998 Elementary students from districts around the area were delighted with the authors at the Bookworm Book Festival! Author David Shannon mesmerized a packed auditorium at Jersey Village High School as the keynote speaker! Many thanks to all those families who attended our district book festival and made it a great success! Stay tuned for more district reading news!

Author Barbara O'Connor helped Third thru Fifth Grade students this past week learn how to "show not tell" in their writing. We are so grateful to those families who purchased books for her to sign and for the amazing behavior of all the Redhawk spectators! She said she was amazed at the students' awesome behavior and the friendliness of everyone who came to see her performance!

Remember when you read... you succeed!

Redhawks Care Club

Redhawks Care Club members in Grades K-5 showed they cared this past week! We created Valentine cards for seniors in nearby nursing homes! Inside the cards were messages like, "You are loved!" and "You are special just the way you are!". Thanks to our great Redhawks Care Club kids! We are so proud of the way you "chose kind"!

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Yearbooks are on Sale!

To Purchase your 2018-2019 Yearbook please go to:

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