F.L. Moffett Primary

"Where the Adventure Begins" October 2021

FLM Parents & Guardians:

Our theme for FLM this year is "Where the Adventure Begins"! We chose this theme because we believe that as a primary campus, we have the responsibility of establishing the foundation and love of learning for our students at Center ISD. It is with great joy that we get to spend each day with your children, and we appreciate you allowing our faculty and staff the opportunity to help them learn and grow with us this year. Thank you for supporting us from home by reinforcing skills that focus on developing the social, emotional, and academic skills of our students. Learning is an adventure best traveled together, and we are looking forward to working with you to help our students reach their fullest potential!

Purple Up,

Brandy Bennefield, Principal

Upcoming Events:

  • Fall Break-October 11th-15th
  • Mask Parade-October 27th (PK4)
  • Alphabet Parade-October 27th (PK3)
  • 50th Day of School Sock Hop-October 28th
  • Vocabulary Parade -October 29th (K-2nd)
  • GT Nominations Accepted for 1st & 2nd Grades
  • Red Ribbon Week-October 25th-29th


  • Thanksgiving Break-November 22nd-26th


  • Christmas Break-December 20th-January 3rd
  • Early Release Day: December 17th @ 12:35

It's A Great Day....To Learn Something New!

Character Education:

Students are learning about the 7 Habits of Happy Kids in Power UP and counseling time with Mrs. Meeks.

Habits are things that we do without even noticing because they are ingrained in our daily routines. We want to focus on developing positive habits that help us become successful and happy!

So far this year, we have reviewed the following habits:

  • Habit 1: Be Proactive-You are in charge of you!

  • Habit 2: Begin with the End in MInd-Have a plan!

  • Habit 3: Put First Things First-Work first, and then play!

  • Habit 4: Think Win-Win!-Everyone can win when we work together!

Behavior Reward Incentive: 1st-9 Weeks Glow Party

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School-Home Connection: How You Can Help at Home!

PreK- Check, initial, & clean out folders daily, practice fine motor skills at home:

  • holding a pencil, scissor skills, pushing Lego blocks together (and pulling them apart), manipulating play dough, getting dressed with belts, buttons, zippers and snaps, using silverware while eating, opening food packages

Kinder-Check folders daily, look for high frequency words coming soon, practice naming letters and number recognition/counting

1st-Read 10-15 minutes daily, practice high frequency words (each student has an individualized list), counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and counting from 1 to 100 with fluency, and practice addition facts up to 10

2nd- Read each night for 15-20 mins, practice math facts, and money concepts like counting coins, Book-It Begins Oct. 8th

Questions to Ask Your Child Instead of Asking: "How Was Your Day?"

  • What made you laugh today?
  • What is something you heard that surprised you?
  • Did you get better at anything today?
  • What was something that really made you think?
  • What was the best part of your day?
  • Tell me about a time when you felt proud of yourself?
  • What is something that didn't go as well as you would have liked today?

Moffett Roughriders......PURPLE UP!

Prepared-Have everything you need to do your best!

Understanding-Understanding of the differences of others.

Respectful-Showing respect for our teachers, classmates, and ourselves.

Proud-Rider Pride campus wide!

Listening-Active listening means keeping eyes on the speaker at all times.

Engaged-Participating and being attentive to the task at hand.

Unique-Each created to be one of a kind. (We aren't weird, we are Unique!)

Purposeful-Every action and activity is designed for a purpose to help us grow and learn.