October 18, 2021
Message From Your Principal
Thank you Dalmatians for another great week in Dalmatian Nation. We have successfully completed our first nine weeks. Great job to our students and amazing teachers. Our teachers have been working hard to collect data on our Dalmatians to determine areas of need. Students will continue to show ownership of their learning and behavior through the use of checklists, rubrics, and the co-creation of success criteria. Thank you parents for taking an active role in your students' education and asking them about their learning each day. Please also encourage our Dalmatians to read for at least 20 minutes a day. Research shows that students who read 20 minutes a day will be more successful in their learning, as well as career and college readiness. We are proud of our Dalmatians for exhibiting such leadership traits!
Please read our SMORE in its entirety. Scroll down until you reach...ASE students will Learn… Inspire… and Lead…We are ASE!
Health and Safety Protocols
Reporting Child Illness
Parents/Guardians can now use their FBISD Skyward Family Access login credentials to login and complete the FBISD Wellness Screener to report their child(ren) testing positive for COVID-19.
Profile of a Graduate
Congratulations to our October Profile of a Graduate Leaders at ASE!
These students were nominated based on the following characteristics:
- Consistently helping other classmates
- Setting great examples to other students and peers.
- Showing kindness and respect towards others
- Being a great listener and always attentive to classroom dynamics
- Always having a positive attitude in school
- Starting each day off being prepared and ready to learn
- Enjoys learning new things and participates in the activities
Congratulations to our Staff members as well:
Ms. Goudy, Special Education paraprofessional
Ms. Toledo, Kindergarten teacher
Special Education Parent Advisory Committee
The Fort Bend ISD Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) is made up of parents of children with special needs representing all FBISD campuses. The purpose of the SEPAC is to facilitate understanding, respect, and appropriate education for all children while supporting families and educators who are also striving for this goal.
The 2021-2022 SEPAC representative for Anne Sullivan Elementary is Kathy Lee.
Ms. Lee has agreed to serve as the liaison between Sullivan parents/families of children with special needs and district special education representatives. She will provide input to and receive information directly from the Special Education Department.
Kathy, a former pediatrician for the Army, has 2 boys at Sullivan. Her younger 7yo warrior son is the reason for her desire to join SEPAC. Through his diagnosis of bone marrow failure, hearing loss, ASD and ADHD, Kathy had been exposed to many programs provided by FBISD. These include PPCD, RDSPD, Homebound, Resource and multiple therapy services. She is looking forward to helping ASE’s admin build a supportive community among its SPED parents and caregivers.
To contact Ms. Lee directly, please use the following email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FBISD protects the confidentiality of all personally identifiable information in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and other applicable federal and state laws, and regulations. Please note that your SEPAC Campus Representative does not have your name or contact information. If you would like to receive information from Ms. Lee regarding information shared at SEPAC meetings and upcoming events, please contact her directly.
The SEPAC encourages open communication, understanding, and mutual respect among all students, parents, and district educators. We appreciate your support as we work to fulfill the district’s mission of inspiring and equipping all students to pursue a future beyond what they can imagine.
International Travel and Covid expectations
If you are traveling with your ASE child out of the country, the following guidelines must be followed upon your child's return.
* If they get a negative Covid test on Day #3 AFTER returning to the US, then they can return to school after 7 days.
If you have any questions about your child returning to school after a trip outside the USA, please see Nurse Thomey.
Christ Church Sugar Land is collecting Halloween candy again this year for the children in Reynosa, Mexico.
See the attached flyer with all the usual informationF. Uneaten candy will be collected starting Friday October 29th and emptied daily until Wednesday November 10th. We thank you for your generosity for those in need.
Book Fair is Coming
PTA Dalmatian Nation Drive Kick-off: New video every week!
Support ASE by donating to our annual PTA DND Fall Fundraiser. See the video above and access the documents below. Your generous contributions to our school are very much appreciated!
Please reference the October topic below.
5th grade: Samhita Suresh
5th grade: Kento Hotta
4th grade: Maya Reddy
3rd grade: Nishtha Shah
3rd grade: Kartik Rajaya
3rd grade: Mina Liu
3rd grade: Ryuki Hotta
2nd grade: Nikhil Ganesh
2nd grade: Anushka Kakkar
2nd grade: Saikrishna Gadiyaram
2nd grasde: Edison McNeely
1st grade: Mathieu Duhon
1st grade: Mason Duhon
1st grade: Naoki Hotta
Kindergarten: Natasha Laiduc
ASE PTA is looking for volunteers ready to serve our community! We have few positions available for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. It’s rewarding and fulfilling to work behind the scenes with amazing parent volunteers. If you have any questions please reach out to Nehal Dave, PTA President 2021-2022 - email@example.com.
Assistant Principal: Stefanie Roach
Assistant Principal: Anagha Machado
Executive Assistant: Teresa Kiser
Registrar: Leila Haas
Front Office receptionist: Donna Allotta
Counselors: Kimberly Omanukwue (K, 1st, 5th) and Jessica Trahan(2nd, 3rd, 4th)
Campus Compliance Coordinator (Special Education, 504, STAAR): Vanessa Browning