Spring Hill Primary

November 8, 2019

Flu Season

Spring Hill Parents,

FLU season has arrived!

Common signs and symptoms of the flu are fever greater than 100F, coughing/sneezing,

headache, body aches and extreme fatigue.

Please help us minimize the spread of the flu by keeping your student home if they have a fever

greater than 100F. Your student must also be fever free for a full 24 hours WITHOUT the use of

fever reducing medications like Tylenol or Ibuprofen before they can return to school.

Good handwashing, staying home when running fever and exhibiting flu symptoms and yearly

flu vaccines are the best way to protect your family and reduce the spread of the flu.

Thank you for helping us keep our Spring Hill students healthy!


Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser for Spring Hill Primary

Nov. 11-22

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Food Drive at Spring Hill Primary-Nov. 8-22

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Storybook Pumpkins

November 8, 2019
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Costume Day at Spring Hill Primary

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Tailgate Luncheon

PTA Membership Ice Cream Parties

Just a reminder for Parent Pick Ups…

Please display your child’s number on your rear view mirror EVERYDAY.


Don't forget that you MUST show all pick up tags if you are picking up more than one child. The ladies who are taking numbers will only release students for the numbers displayed. If you have more than one tag, feel free to tape them together!


**For your child’s safety, if you do not have your car tag, you will be asked to park and go in to the office to check out your child.**

Upcoming Dates

November 8-22-Food Drive

November 11-22-Texas Roadhouse Giftcard Fundraiser

November 14-Progress Reports

November 25-29 Thanksgiving Break

Tips for Parents...

Tip #3

Make a special reading spot.

Designating a special reading spot for children to read with their parents guardians is not only fun, but is also a great way to create a distraction-free zone where children can concentrate. The reading spot should be rid of any extraneous noise, toys, etc. Putting some pillows or a comfy chair in the corner of a living room and surrounding the area with books is a great way to go.(Source: Readingpartners.org)