Eagle Eye

August 27, 2019

School Hours

First Bell: 7:50

Tardy Bell: 8:00

Attendance Time: 9:20

Dismissal: 3:20

All check outs must be completed by 2:50.

School Calendar

Check out what's going on at ESE!

GT Referral and Testing

GT Referral Window is August 26th - September 27th. During this time parents may refer a student by going to the Advanced Academics website.(https://www.humbleisd.net/Page/48458) All referrals will be online this year. Testing for 1st - 5th grade will take place on our campus during a window between September 30th - December 20th, 2019. The Building Selection Committee will determine placement in the G/T program by January 31, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Elain Dabney, Extended Learning Teacher, at 281-641-3121 or elain.dabney@humbleisd.net. You may also go to Mrs. Dabney’s website for more information on testing and the assessment calendar.

All parents and students are invited to attend our "Community Connections" information seminars aimed at enhancing one's knowledge and awareness of key issues related to advanced academics and post-secondary preparation. We hope that you'll be able to join us!


GT: “Should I Refer?

August 29, 2019 - 6 pm at

Eggers Instructional Support Center (ISC)

Learn more about the characteristics of gifted children and the Humble ISD identification process. This session is ideal for parents/guardians of students in grades K-11.

Order Your Yearbook Now!

Yearbooks are on sale now and cost $28. On September 1 the price will go up to $30. Don't wait! Order your yearbook online now!

After School Spanish Classes

Language Kids offers Spanish classes after school on Tuesdays at ESE. Please check out the flyer below for more information and details on how to register your child.

Boo to the Flu!

Eagle Springs Elem 3rd annual BOO TO THE FLU CONTEST. Get your flu shot and make sure you turn in your proof of your flu shot to Nurse Amanda or Nurse Stephanie for a special prize and the class with the most flu shot records turned in will get a party.

Counselor's Corner: Growth Mindset

Humble ISD works to develop the whole child so that each individual is healthy, safe, supported, challenged and engaged. Learning and practicing the Great 8 Super Powers for Daily Life helps our students create and connect to their own successful future story. The Great 8 Super Power for Guidance Cycle One is Optimistic Thinking. I will be visiting classrooms over the next few weeks. During this time, students will participate in challenges and other activities that promote confidence, hopefulness, and positive thinking Please join us on our journey as we explore growth mindset and optimistic thinking.

Mrs. Lilly

Arrival and Dismissal Reminders

Please make sure to note our policies regarding drop off and pick up. We are fortunate to have 2 car rider lines but the front of the school is not one of them. We do have over 700 students to dismiss so please be patient. Car rider lines are on the playground and cafeteria sides of the school. Front Lane (Will Clayton Pkwy) is for Buses, Daycares and Special Needs classes only, Parents may not park their cars and walk up to the school to retrieve students at dismissal. All students going home by car must be in a car rider line. This guideline will ensure the safety of all students. Please refer to our Traffic Flow Diagrams to ensure an efficient and safe arrival and dismissal for our students. Thank you for your cooperation.

Playground Arrival and Dismissal

Cafeteria Arrival and Cafeteria Dismissal

Adding Contacts In HAC

Contacts allowed to pick up students must be in HAC (Home Access Center.) If you need to add someone that was not added during annual update, you will need to make a request. All requests must be sent via email to Shannon.Wild@humbleisd.net from the Parent/Guardian’s email address. Please include: student name; name/phone number of the person to be added to emergency contacts.

Full Day and Early Release Dates

We will have 4 FULL DAY releases and 2 HALF DAY releases this year. Please mark the following dates on your calendar:

September 23, November 1, February 17, March 16

Students will NOT attend school on these dates.

We will have early release on December 20 and May 29. All students will be released at NOON on these dates.

Water Bottles

Nurse Amanda, Nurse Stephanie and Coach K would like to remind you to please make sure you bring a water bottle everyday. It is very hot out side and while outside we take frequent water breaks to prevent any type of dehydration and heat exhaustion. Please make sure that water bottles are labeled. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Nurse Amanda or Nurse Stephanie at 281-641-3105
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Eagle Shout Out

Would you like to send a special Shout Out to your student or a staff member at ESE? Shout Outs can be purchased for $5 with all money going to the ESE technology department and will be featured on the Eagle Student News. Shout Outs are great for birthdays, thank you notes, good luck, special wishes, congratulations, etc… The new is recorded in advance so make sure to submit your Shout Out Form and money at least one week in advance to ensure that it will air on the correct date. Please contact Kasey Davis with any questions.

We Love Our Volunteers

We LOVE our volunteers but we are serious about keeping our kiddos safe. District policy states that all those who wish to volunteer must fill out an application every year. Start your application today!

Bring Your ID

The safety of our students is a top priority! Anyone visiting campus must present a valid ID. Also, please be sure that when doing your annual update you list any emergency contacts that you give permission to pick up your student. We will no longer use the enrollment cards as in the past and will only use the information you provide in the update.
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