November 8, 2019
Denae Wilker, Principal
Candace Mathis, Assistant Principal
Kristi Tabor, Counselor
Through the collaborative efforts of all who pass through our door, we provide a safe learning community that develops lifelong learners and responsible citizens.
A Note from the Nurse.........
We are seeing some strep, stomach viruses, coughing, and students that are just not feeling well. When you want your child to have medicine at school, please follow the CISD policy for transporting medicine located in the student handbook and in the weekly Gazette. For the safety of all children, medication (yes, even cough drops) may NOT be transported by students. Medications are to be brought to school by an adult. There is a form you will fill out giving permission for the medicine to be administered to your child.
If your child is ill, please let them recover at home. If your student has a temperature of 100 or above, they cannot come or return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medicine. If your child at school has a temperature of 100 or above, vomiting, having diarrhea or unable to function well at school, they will be sent home.
Also, please remind your child to wash their hands frequently. Let's keep everyone healthy and happy.
Elaine Rambaud, RN
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Generation TEXAS Week
November 18th-November 22th
Generation Texas Week teaches students about being successful in school, learning about the schools in their future, and continuing education like college and technical schools. Throughout this week, we will discuss the importance of education. We emphasize the opportunities that a good education allows, including colleges and careers. This week is devoted to teaching about the next steps after graduation and our students’ futures. Dressing up is optional, but please adhere to the school dress code if you choose to allow your child to participate. Below are the highlights that we will focus on throughout the week, and please help us celebrate our future with the following themes:
Monday, November 18: CAREER DAY (dress for the career that you would like to pursue) Teachers will help students explore job opportunities. “When I grow up, I want to be…”
Tuesday, November 19: BACK TO YOUR FUTURE DAY (wear your favorite college shirt) Teachers will share information about colleges and answer questions about the college experience.
Wednesday, November 20: THE ROAD TO COLLEGE (wear a Mitchell Intermediate, McCullough Jr. High, or The Woodlands High School shirt) Teachers will talk about schools that students attend after Galatas.
Thursday, November 21: OPTIONS OTHER THAN A FOUR YEAR COLLEGE (dress in red, white, and blue to symbolize our freedom to choose careers and higher education) Teachers will explore opportunities for students other than 4 year colleges.
Friday, November 22: CELEBRATE EDUCATION (wear your Galatas shirt to celebrate our school) Teachers will discuss how rewarding it is to do your best every day in school.
Nominations for Gifted and Talented Testing
Third grade students learned about bone structure.
Fourth graders looked at the characteristics of different animal skeletons.
First grade students enjoyed learning about bone excavation.
11 No School: Veteran's Day
12 PTO General Meeting– 9:00 a.m.
15 Movie Night- 6:30
22 Thanksgiving Festivities, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
25-29 No School: Thanksgiving Break
5 Holiday Market- 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Activity Room
9-13 Hour of Code
10 PTO General Meeting-9:00 a.m.
13 4th Grade Choir Program-8:30 a.m.
16 Holiday Parties- 2nd (10:30 a.m.) & Kinder (1:15 p.m.)
17 Holiday Parties- 4th (8:30 a.m.) & 1st (2:00 p.m.)
18 Holiday Rotation-3rd (10:00 a.m.) & Special Programs Class Party (1:45 p.m.)
19 Polar Express Day (Students wear p.j.’s)
19 Early Release Day, End of Nine Weeks– 12:10 p.m.
December 23-January 7 Winter Break
8 Classes Resume