Hunt Elementary Weekly Staff News

Week of September 7, 2015

Calendar of Events

Monday, September 7

  • No School!

Tuesday, September 8

  • District-Wide Momentum Meeting in Boardroom at 8:30 a.m. (Cerny)
  • SHAC Meeting at 12:15 in Boardroom (Cerny, Rickman, Villarreal)
  • Mix-Match Day

Wednesday, September 9

  • Grade Level Planning Meetings/WTW Rotations 8:30-10:30 3rd Grade; 10:30-12:30 2nd Grade; 1:00-3:00 1st Grade
  • Camo Day
  • ARD Meeting at 10:00 a.m. (Cerny, Hajovsky)

Thursday, September 10

  • Twin Day
  • Walk Across Texas Kick-Off
  • 504 Meetings in Mrs. Wagner's room as follows: 8:30 a.m. (Riojaz, Cerny, Wagner); 9:00 a.m. (Bauer, Patek, Wagner); 9:30 a.m. (Cerny, Jones, Wagner); 10:00 a.m. (Winkler, Cerny, Wagner); 10:15 a.m. (Cerny, Carson, Wagner)

Friday, September 11

  • Ceremony to Honor First Responders 8:15 a.m. at FlagPole
  • Color Wars (1st Grade=Red, 2nd Grade=White, 3rd Grade=Blue)
  • Weekly GRIT Awards
  • Weekly CATCH Awards
  • Attendance Celebration
  • 3rd Grade Book Club Forms Due
  • Friday Night Football at Gobbler Stadium (Smithville) 7:30 p.m. HOMECOMING

Looking Ahead:

9/14-PBIS Pep Rally at 2:30 p.m. on Playground; Faculty Meeting at 3:45 in Library--Student Services to present; Fall Into Math Event 5:30-6:30 p.m./PTO Little Ceasar Pizza Fundraiser Kick-Off

9/15-Boy Scouts to visit campus at 2:30 p.m.; Part I of Teacher Section of PDAS due in Eduphoria

9/16-CPOC Meeting at 3:45 p.m. in Library--AgriLife Extension and Master Gardener Reps to present; CIP Review

9/17-HEB Grand Opening


-Part I of PDAS Due in Eduphoria by Sept. 15, 2015

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We've Got GRIT, Yes We Do!

Thank you to the students pictured above for demonstrating their Gobbler GRIT!

Avery Acevedo in Ms. Anderle's Class, Sawyer Fuchs in Mrs. Jones's Class, and Alivia Hilscher in Mrs. Cantu's Class follow our PBIS expectations and dress for success while being RESPONSIBLE in doing their very best on their assignments.

From Your Principal...

This next week is Homecoming Week. Homecoming is an annual tradition among many high schools and colleges throughout the nation. There are often celebrations that go along with Homecoming football games such as dress up days, dances, parades, Homecoming Queens and Kings, mums, is definitely an action-packed time of year!

When I think about Homecoming I feel a great sense of pride...Cuero is my hometown and I couldn't have asked for a better community in which to grow! Being able to serve as a school leader in the town that "raised" me is rewarding beyond words!

Take a few moments this next week and reflect upon what your hometown means to you. Think of how the experiences and people there shaped your life and helped you become the person you are today. Then think about the impact you are making on our Young Gobblers within their hometown of Cuero. What memories do you want to help create for them? How do you want them to remember their school-aged days? You are each a part of the future "homecomings" of your students...make each moment count!

~Bridgette Cerny

Hunt Elementary School

Weekly Enrollment:

1st Grade=156 2nd Grade=154 3rd Grade=146 Total=456