Make Good Things Happen- October 5th, 2017
Picture Day is coming soon. Carlisle students will be photographed on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017. You may purchase photos that day or pre-order online at: mylifetouch.com.
Have you completed your background check for 2017-18?
In an effort to create and maintain a safe place for your children, Plano ISD completes criminal background checks on all volunteers. You may volunteer at Carlisle once your name has come back as cleared through the district.
All volunteer records are inactivated June 30 of each year and volunteers must reapply after July 1st to be considered for volunteer opportunities the following school year.
If you would like to volunteer with us and have not completed your application yet, please click on the link below to be guided through the application process.
Thank you. We love our volunteers!
October 9, 2017
Columbus Day - Student/Teacher holiday
Oct. 9-13 - Fire Prevention Week
October 10, 2017
Student Holiday/Teacher Workday
Parent/Teacher Conference Day
October 11, 2017
Fire Prevention Posters Due
October 16, 2017
Parenting Class 8:15-9 am
October 18, 2017
October 19, 2017
- Last Day for Yearbook Cover Contest Entries
5th Grade Camp Parent Information Night/6:00pm in the Library
October 20, 2017
End of 1st Nine Weeks
October 23, 2017
Oct. 23-27- Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Assembly K-2/9:15am
Red Ribbon Assembly 3-5/1:30pm
October 27, 2017
- Report Cards go home for the first nine weeks
October 30, 2017
- Parenting class 8:15-9am
October 31, 2017
- PTA Board Meeting 9:15-10:30am
A New Face at Carlisle... Meet your new secretary, Tammy Davis!
I am a happily married wife of 32 years. I married my high school sweetheart. I am MOM to four AMAZING kids, two boys and two girls, a loyal friend, and follower of Jesus. I love Coca Cola, Snoopy, and coloring. I also love college football and support the Baylor Bears and Oklahoma Sooners. I was born in Lawton, Oklahoma but have been in Texas for over 40 years and call it HOME! I grew up in the Richardson area and graduated from Berkner High School. Soccer was a huge part of my life growing up. I played competitively, and coached competitively. I still love soccer to this day. I adore my family and spend most of my free time with them, however, I do love to go to Canton, and enjoy an occasional ladies night. If you want to know more about me, come bye and introduce yourself. I am thrilled to be joining all of you at Carlisle. My older two children attended all of their elementary years at Harrington Elementary before we relocated to Frisco. I look forward to being an integral part of PISD and the Carlisle community.
Notes from the Nurse...
Backpack Basics – Lesson 1
Come to Carlisle any morning or afternoon and you will see almost every child is carrying a backpack. They suit their purpose in carrying all of their essential items from home to school and back and they are a reflection of each child’s unique personality. However, carrying an overloaded or poorly fitting backpack can cause problems such as:
- Muscle Fatigue
- Poor Posture
- Painful Shoulders
- Back and Neck Pain Injuries from Tripping / Falling
The proper backpack is:
- No wider than the user’s chest
- Worn no higher than the base of the neck
- Worn no lower than 2-4 inches below the waist
- Supported by a waist or chest strap
- Made of lightweight material
- A padded back
- Several compartments
- Side compression Straps
- Two wide, padded shoulder straps
How does your child’s backpack measure up? Stay tuned for information on backpack safety next week.
Lost and Found
The lost and found is slowly growing. Please find a way to put your child’s name or initials on all items such as water bottles and lunch bags. As the weather changes to cool mornings and warm afternoons the number of sweaters, jackets, fleeces and hoodies will explode. Items get left on the playground and in the gym after PE. Please discuss responsibility for these items with your children.
Our Week in Pictures...
Clark Cougarettes greeted us on Monday Morning as students arrived for school.
Masterpieces being created during 4th grade art classes with Mrs. Miller.
Mrs. P. even had a lesson!
4th graders did an amazing job as teachers- patiently explaining the process for transferring a painted design from the glass on the table onto paper.