Weekly Rangers Newsletter

Week of February 1st-5th


-Thank you to Heather Knox & Rebecca Cox for tutoring our 5th grade Special Education students in the morning throughout the week!

-Thank you to the following Lighthouse team members for volunteering their time at the Leader in Me Conference. By doing so, they saved our campus $4,000! Great example of thinking win-win!

* Cheri Wilson

* Jennifer Gearhart-Case

* Nycole Brooks

* Shelley Howard

* Rosie Toma

* Katina Wright

* Veronica Medina

-Thank you to Kathryn, Pam, Carol, Lisa, and Donna for synergizing while we attended the conference. Thank you very much ladies!

Current Events

Monday, 2/1:

-First day of Counselors' week

-Leadership Meeting, 8:00

Tuesday, 2/2:

-Happy Birthday Sarah Whitley

-New 3rd teacher grade Math training

-Council of Counselors Meeting, 7:00-11:30, K. Schwab

-PTA meeting, 6:00 p.m., 3rd grade performance

-ARD Day

Wednesday, 2/3:

-New 2nd grade teacher Math training

-100th day of school

- Faculty meeting after school in the library

- College T-shirt Day

Thursday, 2/4:

-Additional ARD Day

-Pierette Partridge on campus - Sped team meeting, 3:00

Friday, 2/5:

-3 week progress report distributed

-K-2nd data coaching sessions, conference time

-Robotics, 2:30-4:00

-Keith Graves Visit:

8:00-8:45 Kinder & 3rd Grade

9:00-9:45 5th Grade

10:00-10:45 2nd & 1st Grade

12:45-1:30 4th Grade


-Please remind your students that the Read to Succeed program ends on February 16th. As you receive the forms you can put them in my box. So far eight of our teachers are getting free Six Flags passes, whoo hoo! (1/29 email from A. Jewell)

-Teachers, please make sure to turn in any money that comes back to you from our Journey Picture money fundraiser every day. Deadline for our families is on the 8th.

-Make sure to cast your vote for Teacher of the Year! Voting closes on Tuesday.

- Faculty & staff, for the month of February, if it is 50 degrees or below by 5:30 AM, you may wear jeans.

-- Please start thinking of the Young Masters’ Art Show. The show is the last week of March, and usually each teacher can submit four or five pieces of art. The NEISD art page, under elementary art has some great art lessons you may want to use. (Taken from J. Perez's email dated on 1/2/16). REPEAT

Upcoming Events



Happy Birthday Bernadette Flynn!


-Librarian's meeting, 1:30-5:00, K. Wright

-deadline to turn in Journey picture money (families)


-CTC training, 2-4, K. Schwab


-Auxiliary Committee meetings after school

-Leadership Synergizing Meeting, 8:00

-College T-Shirt Day


-ARD Day


-Early Dismissal Day


-Student Holiday, Staff development 7:30-3:30


-ARD Day


-Leadership Synergizing Meeting, 8:00

-College T-shirt Day


-Counselor Staff Development Day, 7:00-12:00

-Class/Group Picture Day


-Happy Birthday Ana Maria Petzold!

-Rodeo Day

-Robotics, 2:30-4:00


-Citywide Spelling Bee


-Book Fair


-Book Fair

-Bookkeeper's Meeting, 7:30-9:30, C. Mayfield

-Early Dismissal

-Leadership Synergizing Meeting, 8:00

-College T-Shirt Day

-Book Fair

-Early Dismissal

-Happy Birthday Julie Nall!

-Book Fair

-Book Fair

-PTA Spirit Shop

-K, 2, 3 - Mobile Dairy Classroom, 8:00-10:30

-GT Meeting, 1-4, S. Sauter


Growth Mindset Video-Learning from our mistakes.

Thank you again to Deissy Soto for sharing this video with me. Please feel free to show it your students to illustrate how learning from our mistakes helps our brains grow & develop.
Big Ideas for the classroom: Growth Mindset - Episode 2/5