CES Parent Update

Week of October 25, 2021

Dear Families,

Thank you for joining us for our Howl celebration on Friday and to all of those that donated to make the event a great success. A special shout out to our PTO and parent volunteers who worked tirelessly to ensure our event ran smoothly. They perfected every last detail!

As I walked around with my own family, I couldn't stop thinking about how lucky we are to be a part of such a special community and I'm so grateful that we get to make memories and engage in annual traditions with our son and all of you. While we always have room to grow and improve as an organization, there is comfort in knowing we are in it together, all working towards the same goal- happy and healthy children learning at high levels.

Grateful for you all,

~Allyson Jordan, Principal


  • There is NO parking along the side of the road during arrival or drop-off. This is becoming a safety risk and we cannot take the chance of having an accident with our students. Please take an extra few minutes to follow our procedures to keep everyone safe and model integrity for your children.

  • Please participate in the Panorama survey if you receive it. We currently have 12% participation rate. We want to hear your feedback so we can make CES the very best for all our students and families!


Parent-teacher conference month

Health Screenings (see below)

25-29- Red Ribbon Week

25- Picture Re-take Day PREPAY HERE & More Info Below

25- Scooters Coffee Spirit Day 5:30am-8:00pm

25- Follow your dreams, not Drugs and bad choices. Wear your PJs to school. (Remember to bring a change of clothes if you are re-taking your picture.)

26-28 Drama Club Auditions

26- Say “peace out” to drugs and bad choices. Wear Tie Dye/neon/Peace Signs.

27- Yearbook Art Cover Due from 4th & 5th Grade (participation optional)

27- Our Future is Bright. Wear college t-shirts & sunglasses.

28- Rally in Red. Wear all RED to send a message that you say NO to drugs and bad choices.

29- Show great character. Dress as your favorite storybook character.

29- Creekview PTO Connect Meeting (For new Creekview Families) 9:30am


2- Student holiday- NO SCHOOL, Election Day- exercise your right to vote!

3- Sonic Spirit Night 5pm-7pm

4- PTO Meeting 9am

8-12- Book Fair (Volunteer Opportunities will be posted in next weeks' newsletter)

15- Tomball Police Department motto entries due

22-26- Staff & Student holiday- NO SCHOOL

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Picture Re-take Day

Portrait RETAKES and absentees will be taken for CES on Monday, October 25th.

You may visit https://www.prepayorders.com/school/ce8983 to prepay for your package online. Please have your student dressed in their best for their Fall photo.

If you previously purchased a package, and would like your photo retaken,

ALL purchased items must be returned to the photographer the day of pictures. We can then exchange the old photos and place a new order for your child’s retake photo at no additional cost.

Everyone who didn’t purchase should have received a 2nd chance flyer with your child’s proof on it. If you haven’t, please email the below information to provinehouston@gmail.com. We can then send you a link to view & order your photos.

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2020-2021 Yearbook LAST YEAR'S YEARBOOK

We have a handful of the 2020-2021 Yearbook on stock.

If you would like to purchase LAST YEAR'S YEARBOOK, please email Mrs. Hitt (susanhitt@tomballisd.net) to request a payment link.

Thank you, Kindergarten!

A special THANK YOU to Mrs. Leonard's Kindergarten Class from Camp Hope.
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Creekview Clubs

We know you have been anxiously awaiting the reintroduction of Creekview Clubs and are excited to share they will be starting up again in November. Please visit our school website for specific sign up information. Remember to read commitment requirements carefully before signing your child up.

Lunch Visitors & Volunteers

As a result of this drastic decrease in COVID-positive staff and student cases, we feel confident we can move into Phase 2 of our school volunteer reopening plan starting Monday, October 4th.

We will welcome parents back on campus to enjoy lunch with their children on assigned days to avoid overcrowding in the cafeteria and to ensure an enjoyable lunch experience with your child(ren). We are also going to welcome back classroom volunteers as needed. Lunch visitors will be seated along the back wall of windows separate from the class. Due to limited space, please refrain from bringing multiple family members to allow seating for all students and their special visitor. If space is full, students will be given seating priority. Remember that all school visitors must have their driver's license available upon entry and all school volunteers must complete a volunteer application.

Assigned lunch visitors are divided over 4 days, Monday through Thursday, with Fridays rotating each month for an assigned alpha. You may join your child on his/her birthday regardless of the day assigned. Assigned alpha days are as follows:

Monday: Last Name= A thru D

Tuesday: Last Name= E thru K

Wednesday: Last Name= L thru Q

Thursday: Last Name= R thru Z

FRIDAY Rotation

October- Last Name= A thru D

November- Last Name= E thru K

December- Last Name= L thru Q

January- Last Name= R thru Z

Each class is staggered, so please check with your child's teacher for their specific start time.

10:30-11:09 Kindergarten

11:00-11:39 First

11:30-12:09 Second

1:00-1:39 Third

12:00-12:39 Fourth

12:30-1:09 Fifth

As always, staff and student safety is our number one priority and our mitigation practices remain a fluid situation. We will continue to seek guidance from our state and local healthcare providers and closely monitor COVID-positive cases in our District and respond accordingly. We thank you for your patience, cooperation and understanding throughout this school year. We look forward to seeing you on campus!

Panorama Parent Survey

Panorama provides districts and campuses with actionable data and insight about the whole district and whole school, and brings together social-emotional learning, multi-tiered system of supports, response to intervention, school climate, and student voice—all in one platform. The survey opens Monday and will be sent only to a sample of families. If you receive a link to the survey, please provide your honest feedback. We want to know what we're doing well and the areas in which we can improve.
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Our WatchDog program consists of Dads or Father Figures of Great Students who volunteer at their children's school. They will perform a variety of tasks including assisting with carline, office deliveries, monitoring the building and much more. Please be aware that at this time parents cannot be in the classrooms or cafeteria but we have plenty of areas around the school that need your help.

There are 2 volunteer slots each day: Morning (8am-12:30pm) & Afternoon (12pm-4:30pm).

Please click HERE to sign up for ONE SLOT ONLY

ALL volunteers must pass a background check through Tomball ISD before participating!

Please click HERE to complete the Background Check.

We look forward to your participation and hope to see many dads at Creekview Elementary!

Please contact caraagundez@tomballisd.net with any questions.

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Thank You Creekside Park Village Association for Supporting CES!

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Thank you for your spirit wear orders! All items ordered will be delivered to your child's homeroom teacher once they arrive at the school. We will send out a follow-up message to let you know to check your child's backpack for their order.

We can't wait to see everyone in their new SPIRIT gear! And, don't forget, FRIDAYS are SPIRIT DAYS so show your COUGAR PRIDE!

Have questions, please contact spiritwear@creekviewwoodlandspto.org.

Thank you to our AMAZING sponsors!

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Creekview Elementary School Staff Mission and Vision

Promising GREAT learning for ALL

The professional learning community of Creekview Elementary School promises learning for ALL in a nurturing, collaborative culture. (August, 2018)

Week of October 25, 2021