Lone Star Elementary News & Notes 8

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Lone Star Elementary

Catherine Bartlett, Ed.D. Principal

Melissa Freeman Assistant Principal

Kelly Lout Assistant Principal

Elisa Krug Counselor

For Your Calendar:

Monday, October 3, National Stomp out Bullying Day - wear BLUE shirts
Wednesday, October 5 - Coffee with the Counselor, 9:30-10:30

Thursday, October 6 - Open House "Come & Go", 5:00-6:30

Friday, October 7 - GT Parent Referral Deadline

Monday, October 10 - Student Holiday

Wednesday, October 12 - Wear white shirts in honor of Visual Impairment

Wednesday, October 12 - Garden Day for 1st Grade

Thursday, October 13 - PTA Meeting, 8:45 am

Friday, October 14 - End of 1st Grading Period

Friday, October 14 - 2nd Grade Field Trip to P-6 Farm

Monday, October 17 - Beginning of 2nd Quarter

Wednesday, October 19 - Unity Day (Wear Orange)

Thursday, October 20 - Vision screening

Friday, October 21 - Wear gray shirts in honor of Learning Disability Awareness

Tuesday, October 25 - Town Hall meeting w/ Dr. Rees, re: attendance boundaries

October 24-28 - Red Ribbon Week

LSE Open House 16

We are Musicians!

Meet Mrs. Gauthier



Welcome to Music! I firmly believe that music is a universal language that anyone can learn to speak, read, write, and perform. My goal is for students to develop the skills to read, write, analyze and perform music from a variety of genres and styles. My hope is to help them create lifelong memories and a deeper appreciation for music.


Each month, students will learn about a new composer and experience some of their musical compositions. They will also work on existing music skills and continue to learn new skills to build a solid musical foundation.


In the month of September students learned about the 20th century composer, Fisher Tull, who was a native Texan (from Waco) and spent nearly 20 years as the Music Department Chair at Sam Houston State University. I thought it was important for students to learn that composers didn’t just live 300 years ago in a far away place. He was local, modern, influential and well respected. You may have heard stories about Tripod the dog and the inspiration for one of Tull’s compositions. Each grade level is off to a great start in music and I’m looking forward to see how much more they learn this year!

WHAT IF.... dinosuars hadn't gone extinct?

Our district is posting a WHAT IF question each Monday to connect with local and global answers. We will share this picture on Instagram and Twitter on Monday morning (10/3). If you want to share your child's answers please tag @lse_montgomery and #MISDWhatIf

Temper Tamers

On October 5, at 9:30 am Mrs. Krug will host Coffee with the Counselor and give parents some tips on taming tempers! Please use the link below to sign up online:


http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d44a9ab2ea2fb6-temper


We had great feedback from last year's Coffee with the Counselor sessions and are looking forward to providing these again!

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