Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Bennett Batons . . .
All interested twirlers and their parents meet in the Learning Commons for a beginning of the year meeting on Monday, August 27, at 3:30PM. Twirlers must be in grades 3 through 5. The only costs are for the student’s baton and baton t-shirt (approx. $15).
August 27 - Kinder Red Day; Bennett Batons Interest Meeting for Parents/Students in 3rd, 4th, 5th grade in the Learning Commons 3:30PM
August 28 - Kinder White Day
August 29 - Kinder Yellow Day
August 30 - Kinder Green Day
August 31 - Kinder Blue Day; Safety Patrol Meeting 7:30AM
September 4 - Kinder Orange Day, Visitors, Volunteers, Lunch guests welcome beginning today
September 5 - Kinder Black Day
September 6 - Kinder Purple Day
September 7 - Kinder Pink Day, "Grand" Lunch - grandparents or grand people welcome for lunch!
September 11 - Patriot Day; wear Red, White and/or Blue
September 18 - Picture Day
September 28 - Friday Live 2:15PM; wear spirit wear or team attire
August Staff Birthdays!!!
15th Bonnie Taylor – LSSP
21st Hailey Gore – 3rd Grade Teacher
23rd Mildred Bennett – our school’s namesake – 103 YEARS OLD
24th Jennifer Blazek – 3rd Grade Teacher
28th Rachel Androlowicz – STC Aide
Moments with Mrs. Parks . . .
Manner of the Week
August 20 – Greet others with “Good Morning” each day.
August 27 – Be sure to make eye contact when talking to adults or other students.
MISD Recess Guidelines . . .
2018-2019 Specials Schedule . . .
Visitor Safety Procedures
School Safety . . .
A critical ingredient in the safe school recipe is the uniform classroom response to any incident. Weather events, fires, accidents, intruders and other threats to student safety are scenarios that are planned and trained for by all McKinney ISD schools and District Administration and staff. Historically, schools have taken this scenario-based approach to respond to hazards and threats. Each McKinney ISD classroom is furnished with the Standard Response Protocol poster that provides teachers with readily accessible response procedures and provides information during a crisis event. The attached handout explains Standard Response Protocol that is taught to students, faculty and staff.
Please click the link below to view the Standard Response Protocol parent handout.