Shout - Out from Schupmann

For the Week of September 18, 2017

GAMES : Goals And Motivation Equal Success: "The Game isn’t Over Unless You Quit"

ROISD Graduate Profile Talon 1 is that students: Exhibits Academic Readiness

  • Getting 1% better every day
  • Loving Tough

What does Loving Tough mean and look like for students. Loving Tough means that students hold themselves and their classmates accountable for doing the right thing all the time. This includes in our school work and our behavior.

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School Namesake - Russell P. Schupmann

Russ' 25 year career with Red Oak ISD began in 1989. He served as Principal of the intermediate school, junior high and high school. Later he became the Assistant Superintendent of Campus Operations before retiring in the Summer of 2014.

Dates To Remember

September 18th - 23rd: Celebrate Freedom Week

September 18th - 29th: Education Foundation Coin Drive

September 20th: College Shirt and Jean Day

September 18th - 29th: Education Foundation Coin Drive

September 25th - 29th: Fall Book Fair open 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

September 25 - Reading Under the Stars Family Night 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Book Fair Open from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

September 29th: Schupmann Success Monthly Assembly

PreK - 2nd Grade @ 8:00 a.m.

3rd - 5th @ 2:30 p.m.

End of First Six Weeks

October 2nd: Fair Day

October 6th: Report Cards for First Six Weeks available online.

Wednesday the 20th is the last day to order your PTA shirt

REACH Rubric - Cafe

Have you read in your welcome back information this year that we are using one of the 4 Talons of the ROISD Graduate Profile as the foundation for our School-Wide Behavior Expectations. That Talon reads: Demonstrates Fair, Respectful and Well-Rounded Characteristics. It's best symbolized by Respect.. Encourage.. Appreciate.. Communicate.. Honor (REACH). Each week we will share what that looks like at Schupmann. This week we will focus on what it looks like in the Cafe:
Respect: Be kind to all adults and students

Encourage: Show others how to remain seated and raise your hand.

Appreciate: Clean up your own area/trash

Communicate: Voice level 2 with kind words

Honor: Keep food to yourself.

Russell P. Schupmann Parent Handbook is on the wedsite @

Some of the Topics/Information you will find in the Parent Handbook

  • Dates for Parent/Teacher Conferences in November
  • School Wide Expectations: REACH Expectations Rubric
  • School Wide Behavior Management Plan
  • Homework Policy
  • Respect and Honor Code

Progress Reports and Report Cards

This year we will be printing Progress Reports and Report Cards for only the students who are receiving 75 or below on the report. For everyone else, they will be available online through Skyward grade book. If you do not have access, please call Ms. Nancy or Ms. Nicole in the front office, and they will be able to assist you. We will put reminders in the Shout - Out each week that they are available and there will also be reminders via social media, our school website, and we will send an email the day they are made available. They were made available on Skyward on Friday 9/15/17. If your child had a 75 or below in any subject a hard copy was sent home that day as well.