Robison Elementary Rocket Register

October 24, 2022

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Library News

Name That Book

READ! READ! READ! Robison Elementary 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade students will be participating in the Name That Book Program. The mission of the Name That Book (NTB) Program is to foster a life-long love of reading in all 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. A list of books encompassing a wide variety of genres is provided, and students are encouraged to read as many as possible. This program culminates annually with a series of contests to celebrate the students’ comprehensive knowledge of the books. CFISD librarians chose the 100 books for the students to read. In November, students will form teams within their grade levels. At this time, they need to be reading the 100 books on the Name That Book List. READ! READ! READ! You may go to the School’s Library Home Page and find the list of books under the Name That Book link, handouts are also available at the library. Forms are due by Friday, November 11th. They will be asked to give up one recess a week!

Scholastic Book Fair

Scholastic Book Fair was a success! Thank you for your support and if you did not have an opportunity to shop this Fall we will have another the week of April 14th to April 21st.

Pumpkin Extravaganza

The Pumpkin Extravaganza was amazing. Thank you for submitting a record-breaking 150 pumpkins, they were all incredible. Please have your child pick theirs up if they have not already.

Veterans Day

We are continuing our tradition of recognizing our veterans in the Robison community. We'll begin with a car parade and follow this with a program performed by our Robison choir. The forms shown below were sent home with all students on Friday. The files are also attached if you need to print them.

Take a look at the video of this event from last year:

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Watch D.O.G.S.

All father-figures who want to sign up as Watch D.O.G.S. volunteers may do so by clicking on the link in the presentation. The link to purchase a shirt is also in the slides below.
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Important Dates (October)

Tuesday, October 25

  • We are too BRIGHT to do drugs! Wear neon and sunglasses!

Wednesday, October 26

  • From head to toe, we're drug-free! Wear crazy hair and/or socks!
  • We reached our Boosterthon goal!! Mrs. Gerletti camps out on the stage during lunches.

Thursday, October 27

  • Be true to yourself and stay drug free! Wear your FAVORITE color or colors.

Friday, October 28

  • Our future is too bright to do drugs. Wear a college shirt.
  • PTO Boo Bingo (6 pm at CyWoods HS)
  • RISE Rallies (Student assemblies to recognize RISE behavior)

Monday, October 31

  • Report Cards

Important Dates (November)

Tuesday, November 1
  • Student Council Officers Meeting (7:45 am)
  • Garden Day (3rd)

Friday, November 4

  • Fan Shirt Friday
  • Boosterthon Prize: Outdoor games day for all students during their large group time!
  • Wreaths Across America sales begin (sponsored by PTO)

Sunday, November 6

  • Daylight Savings Time Ends (Fall Back 1 hour)

Monday, November 7


Tuesday, November 8


  • Election Day

Wednesday, November 9

  • Student Council Meeting (7:45 am)

Friday, November 11

  • Veterans Day: Wear Red, White, and Blue. Guests should RSVP using the forms included. Car parade for guests begins at 9:20 am. Program will follow immediately after the parade.

Monday, November 14

  • Robison Spirit Day
  • Author Ross Burach (PK-2)
  • PTO Board Meeting (9:30 am)
  • Gringo's Spirit Night
  • CFISD Board Meeting (6 pm)

Thursday, November 17

  • Garden Day (2nd)

Friday, November 18

  • Super Citizens Day (1st)


Monday, November 28

  • Robison Spirit Day
  • PTO Holiday Shop Opens

Tuesday, November 29

  • PTO Holiday Shop
  • Family Night @ PTO Holiday Shop (4:30-7:00 pm)

Wednesday, November 30

  • PTO Holiday Shop

Wreaths Across America

If you would like to participate in "Wreaths Across America", please follow this link:
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Student Birthdays

Student birthdays are recognized on our daily announcement slides.

If you'd like to have your child's birthday celebrated at school, we offer parents the opportunity to purchase ice cream ($1.00) or cookies ($.50) from the cafeteria to be distributed to their child's class during lunch. In order for our cafeteria to prepare for this, you must give at least one week's notice. You may email if you are interested.

We are unable to allow students to hand out birthday invitations at school, or to hand out birthday treats in the classrooms.

Breakfast and Lunch Information

If you would like to apply for your child to receive free or reduced meals, please complete the application.

Meals are no longer free for all students.

The menu link is below.

What's cooking?

Click here for the breakfast and lunch menus

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