Letter From The Principal
This is the last week before students and staff are off for the Thanksgiving holidays. This a great time to reflect on all the good things in your life. While off, it is important to stay safe by continuing to follow the safety guidelines by the local, state, and federal health organizations. Keep you families and friends safe these holidays.
Our teachers are planning on sending home all student supplies and resources as a precautionary measure. In the event that schools shut down, we want our students to be ready for continued learning. Please do not use any homework packets that may go home from teachers, unless instructed to do so.
These are unpredictable days. We are merely attempting to stay ahead of any emergencies.
We will keep all families updated.
On another note, thank you to all the families calling Nurse Scott for advice on whether or not to bring their children to school when they are in doubt. These conceivably small acts are huge when it comes to safety for all at our school. BIG, BIG THANK YOU!!!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
If you have any questions or concerns, please email or call at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (512) 268-8505.
Yvette Soliz, Principal
Need a bed for your children?
The Austin Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace makes beds for kids that do not have beds. There is an application process, but once that is reviewed, the beds are brought out to the home and assembled there.
This is a link to our chapter website: https://www.shpbeds.org/chapter/tx-austin
Thanksgiving meals will be available at Café & Curbside locations on November 19th for Elementary Schools and November 20th for Middle & High Schools.
Adult meals will ONLY be available for pick up at the PAC Center on November 19th & 20th from 11 AM - 1 PM.
PAC Address: 979 Kohlers Crossing, Kyle, TX 78640
*Campus staff may purchase meals on-site from Cafeteria*
Adult Thanksgiving Meal Menu:
Herb Roasted Turkey with Gravy
Warm Whole Grain Roll
Seasoned Green Beans
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Spiced Pumpkin Cake
Parents & community members over 18 wishing to purchase a meal must purchase their tickets by 11:59 PM, Tuesday, November 17, 2020 through the Revtrak link below:
SCHOOLOGY PARENT ONLINE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY:
SCHOOLOGY PARENT ONLINE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY:
Thursday, November 19 - Parent Account Overview/Using Google with Schoology
9:00 AM (English)
10:00 AM (Spanish)
6:00 PM (Spanish)
7:00 PM (English)
Art Lessons (Virtual learners)
Please ensure that students are completing weekly lesson. If you are having difficulty or need support, please contact Erin Barnett @ Erin.email@example.com.
This is the start of a new 9-weeks. Keep your child ahead of the lesson by completing lesson weekly, and avoiding waiting until there are too many lessons to complete in a short amount of time.
The G/T referral period is open from November 2 - 30. Please click on THIS LINK to view information.
Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Write: "Birthday Wishes" on the subject line.
Out door PE. Coach Zen keeps students safe. The high number of students returning prompts some students to get PE outside while others stay in the gym. Students enjoy PE either way!
Mrs. Trupia's 4th grade class
Outdoor learning with Mrs. Trupia. Read aloud outside. It's a beautiful day!
November Calendar of Events
Nov. 9: Asynchronous Learning
Nov. 12: CLT (Campus-Based Leadership Team) via Zoom
Nov. 19: Thanksgiving Luncheon (for students)
Nov. 19 & 20: Luncheon for Parents: Look for more information from the district.
Nov. 23-27: Thanksgiving Holiday
· New students who enroll or parents of currently enrolled students who request transportation after 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 3rd will not receive a bus until November 10th.
· New students who enroll or parents of currently enrolled students who request transportation after 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 10th will not receive a bus until Tuesday, November 17th.
· New students who enroll or parents of currently enrolled students who request transportation after 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 17th will not receive a bus until Monday, November 30th.
Camino Real Elementary
Mission and Beliefs
The mission of Camino Real Elementary, a community that embraces a culture of learning for all, is to cultivate confident, innovative thinkers who contribute to a global society by fostering diverse experiences, developing positive relationships, and maintaining high expectations in an intellectually stimulating environment. Beep Beep!
- We believe all students have the ability to learn.
- We will maintain high expectations for all.
- We will build relationships to foster learning.
- We will promote higher-order thinking.
- We have a responsibility to teach and learn.