Scouting Report Newsletter
Week of September October 17 - October 21
Quote of the Week
The Weeks in Review
See if you can find the hidden students in the picture below. Also, be sure to ask your child about the creatures they created with their special adaptations!
In Social Studies we finished Texas Regions and your child created a travel brochure for the region of their choosing. Those turned out great! Check some of them out below! We have also began studying the Native American tribes of Texas. We will finish that next week before moving into explorers of early Texas.
NUT FREE SNACKS PLEASE
Due to food allergies across the grade level, we are asking that any snack that is brought to school please be nut free. This is not to be confused with lunches that are brought from home as well. Since we eat snacks in our classrooms, we need to maintain the standard across classroom and over the grade level. Please help us maintain a safe learning environment for ALL by cooperating with this request. We sincerely appreciate it.
Forgotten Lunch Table
Dates for Your Calendar
October 24 - 28 - Red Ribbon Week (see below for days)
Monday, October 24th- “It’s Crazy to do Drugs.” - Get out your crazy clothes, crazy, mixed up shoes and socks, and crazy hair, for a crazy day! **We will participate in a schoolwide neighborhood walk this morning to kick off Red Ribbon Week.
Tuesday, October 25th- “We Mustache You to be Drug Free.” - Students and teachers may wear “mustache” apparel to support being drug free.
Wednesday, October 26th- “Stay Strong Against Drugs.” - It’s camo/army day! Let’s cover ourselves in camo and “Stay Strong Against Drugs.”
Thursday, October 27th- “Save the Day From Drugs.” - Superheroes to the rescue! Wear your superhero attire to help “Save the Day From Drugs.”
Friday, October 28th- “Team Up Against Drugs.” - As Team Austin, let’s work together to stay away from drugs! Wear your team jersey (baseball, soccer, football, cheer, dance, etc.) or your Austin spirit gear.
At Austin Elementary, we are driven to unlock the passion and cultivate the uniqueness inherent in every learner.