Lloyd and Dolly Bentsen Elementary

Parent Newsletter December 2022

Calendar of Events

12/1/2022: Wear your favorite Grinch Attire

12/2/2022: 3rd Progress Report

  • Wear you favorite Christmas Socks

12/5/22: Benchmarks 3rd -6th grade Reading, Math & Science

  • Santa Day: Dress like an Elf
12/6/2022: Spirit of the Season: Wear Red & Green

12/7/22: Wear Your comfy slippers

12/8/2022: Tree Topper: Wear Your Favorite Hat, Headband or Tree topper

12/9/2022: Dress up as your favorite Reindeer

12/10/2022: UIL Meet

12/12/2022: Wear your Candy Cane colors

12/13/2022: Wear your Favorite Flannel or Plaid Shirts

12/14/2022: K - 2nd DPAs

  • Wear Jingle bells

12/15/2022: Wear your Pajamas to School

12/16/2002: Benchmarks 3rd -6th grade Reading, Math & Science

  • National Ugly Sweater Day: Wear those Ugly or Tacky Sweaters
12/19/2022: Cowboy Christmas - Wear your favorite Western wear or cowboy hats

12/20/2022: Snowman Day - Wear you favorite Frosty or Olaf attire

12/21/2022: Early Release - Wear any comfy Christmas clothes

12/22/2022 - 01/09/2023 Christmas and New Year Break


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Counselor's Corner

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Counselor's Corner - Ms. Bermudez - Gonzalez and Ms. Saenz

The month of December's lesson is focused on Responsibility

This month, we’re challenging your students to reflect on

their experiences and take responsibility for how they

choose to learn and grow from these experiences. We are

partnering with you to grow and develop your child’s sense

of responsibility. As you reflect as a family, celebrate your

accomplishments, identify areas you may want to improve,

and consider new ways to serve others in the days ahead.

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Librarian: Mr. J. Guerrero

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Nurse's Page

Our School Nurse: Ms. Erika Soto

When To Keep Your Child Home

Your child should be kept at home with these symptoms:

  • Elevated temperature (100 or greater)
    until fever free for 24 hours (without fever reducing medication)
  • Persistent cough
  • Vomiting, nausea, or severe abdominal pain
  • Repeated diarrhea
  • Red, inflamed or discharging eyes (conjunctivitis/"pink eye")
  • Suspected scabies, impetigo, acute skin rashes, eruptions, any skin lesion in the weeping stage, or any other infectious childhood condition
  • Lethargic behavior

There will be times when it is difficult to tell when your child is too ill to go to school. Like adults, children have different tolerances for discomfort and illness. Even with a common cold, some are able to function fine while others are miserable. If your child is coughing continuously, he or she may not be able to concentrate, and may disrupt others in the class. A day of rest at home combined with lots of fluids speeds recovery. If you decide to send your child to school when he or she is on the “borderline” of being ill, it is a good idea to call the school nurse or send a note to the teacher. Be sure to let the school know where you can be contacted in case your child’s condition worsens.

If your child complains of headaches, stomachaches or frequently does not feel well, it is advisable to consult your physician.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your campus nurse for assistance.

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