Pleasanton Primary Mission Statement
Pleasanton Primary Vision Statement
Grade Level Student Goals for September
Students will be able to follow a visual schedule, classroom procedures and learn characteristics of the Fall season.
ECH- Students will be able to recognize that letters make sounds, words and names. Students will begin working on expressing emotions, and identifying attributes such as color, texture, taste, smell and sounds.
Math- Students will be able to identify 1 number, count a set of 1 item and count to 1 by rote.
Math- Students will identify and write numbers 0-10 and count to at least 25 by 1's.
Math- Students will be able to add and subtract numbers to 20 using math tools.
September 2-Stinky Feet Friday
September 16-Mix Match Shoe Day
September 30- Wear a Hat day
Important Dates to Remember
September 16- Progress Reports go home
September 22- PK Family Night
September 28- Fall Pictures
Save the Date! Pleasanton Police Department's Annual National Night Out
2022-2023 Lunch and Learn
Log in from any desktop or mobile device and join us for Lunch and Learning. This fast-paced, virtual training features 15 to 20 minutes of very useful nuggets of information you can implement right away. Stick around for 10 minutes of Q&A…or just be on your way! All virtual trainings will be held online at 12:15 pm.
September 19, 2022
Know your Rights
This session will highlight five important features of the Notice of Procedural Safeguards that every parent needs to know.
Counseling Corner With Mrs. Andrada
We are very excited that Pleasanton ISD has adopted the 7 Mindsets curriculum to help students improve their social-emotional development. Children’s social and emotional health affects their overall development and learning. Research indicates that children who are mentally healthy tend to be happier, show greater motivation to learn, have a more positive attitude toward school, more eagerly participate in class activities, and demonstrate higher academic performance than less mentally healthy peers (Hyson 2004; Kostelnik et al. 2015).
Our mindset for the month of September is Anything is Possible! Please read the attached information to learn more about the lessons students will be learning this month. It also offers parents some do's and don'ts at home. As always, thank you for all your support, it definitely takes a team!
Students of the Month
Kindergarten Family Night
Look at our Students Shine!
Summer Reading Log Winners
If you or someone you know are concerned that your child may have a disability, your child may be eligible for an evaluation. For children who are not yet in school, parents can contact the Atascosa McMullen Cooperative (830 569-1355) to talk about evaluation. For children who are already in school, please contact the campus directly for more information. The milestone checklist in the link below shows how most children develop between ages 2-5.
Amazing Primary Team!
We are the Eagles!
The soaring, soaring Eagles!
From Pleasanton Primary School!
We are Safe,
We are Obedient,
We are Accountable,
We are Respectful!
S-O-A-R --S-O-A-R-- S-O-A-R --SOAR!