Letter From The Principal

30/April/2021

Dear Families,

Happy Sunday Roadrunners!


Happy Mother's Day to all our Camino Real mother's! Many great wishes that your day was filled with lots of joyful memories.


This newsletter contains many invitations to camps brought to you by our high schools, as well as girl scouting from local troops.


Enclosed in this newsletter is information about device pick up from all Camino Real students. I attached the letter from our Media Specialist, Gina Fiaschetti. More information will be going out very soon.


Morning drop has not changed. Parents CANNOT park on Las Brisas Boulevard and walk their children to the cross walk. This protocol was part of the this year's Covid safety procedure. Parents must drive through the front curb and drop off their child. If we want to make this process quicker, it is imperative that your child is ready to get off the car. They must have their backpacks and lunches ready to go.


Remember to take your child's temperature. Keep your child home if they are sick. If anyone at home has tested Covid positive, your child must quarantine. They cannot come to school, even if they are not sick. Call Nurse Scott if you have questions or concerns about your child's illness. If you are not sure if you should send your child to school or keep them home, Nurse Scott can help.


Have a terrific week!


If you have any questions or concerns, please email or call at yvette.soliz@hayscisd.net, or (512) 268-8505.


Sincerely,

Yvette Soliz, Principal

Student of the Month of February

Students of the Month of March

Student of the Month for April

Asynchronous Day: May 14

This is a friendly that May 14 is Asynchronous Day, students learn from home.

Congratulations!!

Congratulations to the winners of the Camp Invention Scholarship!

Mariela Lopez

Zeandra Mata

Allyson Barrera

These students will be attending Barton MS STEM Camp Invention. The scholarship was granted by CAMP INVENTION YAGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Great job Roadrunners!

Device Collection

Dear Roadrunner Families,

On Friday, May 21, 2021 we will be collecting school-issued devices and chargers from our in-person students. It is important for us to get these devices and chargers back so they can be tested, cleaned, updated and ready for the 2021-2022 school year. Please make sure to send your student to school with the device AND the charger. Click the link below for a list of charges if the device or charger is lost or damaged.

For virtual learners, device collection will be on Friday, May 28, 2021 between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.

11:00-12:00: 4th and 5th Grades

12:00-1:00: 2nd and 3rd Grades

1:00-2:00: EE, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade

If these times do not work for your family, please call to schedule an appointment to drop off the device and charger. Call 512-268-8505 and ask for Ms. Fiaschetti or Ms. Delgado to set up a time.

Thank you in advance for your help in getting our devices and chargers back to CRES!


Device Repair Fees (link to device fees)

Interested in Joining the Girls Scouts: Popsicles and S'Mores

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End of Year Celebrations

The End of Celebrations are being planned by grade-level teachers. Per district protocol, no parents or visitors allowed in the building. Teachers will update you, so you are informed.

Attendance Awards Incentives

Let's finish the year strong!

We have attendance incentives for students to show up to school everyday, unless Nurse Scott says, "stay home", your child should be in school.

We are rewarding students to attend school everyday for the next 25 days. In-Person students must be at school every day, unless otherwise advise. Virtual learners must log-on daily, participate, and turn in daily assignments to be counted present.


Perfect attendance means no tardies, no early pick-ups, at school everyday and on time. For virtual learners, prefect attendance means, logging on time, participating and turning in daily assignments.

2021 JOHNSON JUNIOR JAGS FOOTBALL CAMP

Camp Dates: May 17th-May 20th

The camp will run Monday through Thursday at Johnson High School.

TIME: 6:00PM-8:00PM (3rd graders-6th graders)

Location: Johnson High School Football Field Price: $50.00

Make Checks Payable To: Johnson High School Athletics

Items: Tennis Shoes, cleats, sun screen, water bottle.

For More Information Contact:

Steve Hoffman by email: Stephen.Hoffman@hayscisd.net Kasey Pruett by email: Kasey.Pruett@hayscisd.net
Will Compton by email: William.Compton@hayscisd.net Joey Rivera by email: Joey.Rivera@hayscisd.net

Return Completed First Day of Camp
BEFORE AN ATHLETE CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE CAMP HE/SHE MUST:

Fill out the Registration and Sign the Waiver for the Athlete and Parent or Guardian

Treats, Outside Food and Cupcakes

No outside food is allowed in the building.

Birthday cupcakes are not allowed, unless the cupcakes are for the Nutrition Department.

No Morning Walk Ups

All students should be dropped off in the front of the school. No one is allowed to park on the curb by the marquess, and walk their children to the crosswalk. We will ask you to get back into your car and drive to the front.

Hays HS Theater Department Presents: Beauty and the Beast

Hays Legacy Players presents Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr. May 13 & 14, 2021 at 7pm at the Hays Performing Arts Center. All tickets must be purchased in advance and none will be sold at the door. COVID safety guidelines will be in effect. For tickets and info please go to: www.HaysLegacyPlayers.com

LOBOS: Kids Theater

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Boy Scouts Videos

The enclosed links are provided by the Boy Scouts. Your child will enjoy doing these activities at home. Watch and Enjoy the activities with your children.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCasQ6solfFfS7T6GO1a6sog/videos.

Covid Positive

If anyone in the family has tested Covid Positive, please call Nurse Scott before returning to school. He will guide you on return dates and safe practices.

Stay safe and positive vibes for a quick recovery.

Community In Schools (CIS) Food Pantry

Our CIS food pantry is available for pick-up at the school on Thursdays from 7:30am-9:00am and from 2:30pm-4:00pm

The protocol is as follows:

Text or call (512) 766-9905 the day before to set up a pick up time.

Drive up to the portables.

Stay in your car.

Call or text (512) 766-9905.

They will bring out the groceries.

Birthday Wishes

Would you like to wish your child a happy birthday in our S'Mores Parent Newsletter? Send me a picture with the birth date and a small message.


Send it to yvette.soliz@hayscisd.net

Write: "Birthday Wishes" on the subject line.

Customer Service

Use the link below to help us serve you better.


https://forms.gle/ZWyPYVMgduuGvD1a6

May Calendar of Events

May 11- STAAR Math 3rd-5th

May 12- STAAR Reading 3rd-5th

May 13-STAAR Science-5th

May 14-Asychronous-Students Learn from Home

May 15-Tax Day

May 20-Campus Leadership Team Meeting

May 28-Last Day of School

NURSE SCOTT

NURSE SCOTT

If you have concerns about your child's health? Call Nurse Scott, our nurse at (512) 268-8505 #2. He wants to help and guide our families to make good health decisions.

If there is anything else that you would like for me to add, please email me.

My email is yvette.soliz@hayscisd.net


Please write Newsletter Suggestion on the subject line.

Schoology Toolbox and other Resources for Parents

Daily Bell Schedule

7:00-Doors Open

7:25-Warning Bell

7:30-Tardy Bell

3:15-Dismissal Bell

Camino Real Elementary






Mission and Beliefs

MISSION:

The mission of Camino Real Elementary, a community that embraces a culture of learning for all, is to cultivate confident, innovative thinkers who contribute to a global society by fostering diverse experiences, developing positive relationships, and maintaining high expectations in an intellectually stimulating environment. Beep Beep!


Belief Statements:

  • We believe all students have the ability to learn.
  • We will maintain high expectations for all.
  • We will build relationships to foster learning.
  • We will promote higher-order thinking.
  • We have a responsibility to teach and learn.