Also, in the afternoon, if your child is a walker, they will not be allowed to walk across the cross walk to meet you. You will need to cross over to meet them.
Walker dismissal is for students who walk home or are bikers. Our car line moves quickly. We start at 3:15 and are done around 3:33 almost every day. If your child does not walk home or ride a bike, please consider letting them be a car rider.
September 20-Fundraiser packets due
September 26-Picture Day
September 27-International Night-6:00-7:30
October 1-Dine out to Donate
October 2-Watch D.O.G.S. Launch
October 2-Wear your college shirt to school
October 12-Early Release
October 15-Student Holiday
October 22-26-Book Fair
October 22-26-Red Ribbon Week
October 25-Donuts with Dad(A-L) 7:30-8:10
October 26-Donuts with Dad(M-Z) 7:30-8:10
October 26-School Dance
Word of the Month-Respect
As a result of the District’s safety committee’s recommendations, we will be starting the Watch D.O.G.S. program at North Pointe this school year. The Watch D.O.G.S. program’s goals are to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important and to provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying. Watch D.O.G.S are fathers, grandfathers, uncles and other father figures who volunteer for at least one day each year. Watch D.O.G.S. dads and volunteers perform a variety of tasks during their volunteer day including monitoring the school entrance, assisting with unloading and loading of buses and cars, monitoring the lunch room, or helping around the building. We hope that student will have one person volunteer to help make sure North Pointe is a safe place for our students. Please join us on October 2nd for our Watch D.O.G.S. launch!
Please join PTA if you have not done so already!! http://www.joinpta.org/
Dine Out To Donate-October 1
Dine Out to Donate
CCEF invites YOU to "Dine Out to Donate" on Monday, October 1st to support education! This year, 64 area restaurants will donate a portion of their October 1st revenue to CCEF which will benefit the students and teachers of the Clear Creek Independent School District.
*The top three Elementary, Intermediate and High School campuses with the highest percentage of participation based on student population will win $1,000, $500 and $250 respectively!
Simply sign up at the restaurant on October 1st when you Dine Out to
Donate by filling out the form on the printable flier and putting it in the designated box!
Picture Day-September 26th
Please read the below cafeteria information sheet. It has all the information you will need about the food service program at CCISD. Please be sure to make sure your child has money in their lunch account. We loaned out $930 last year to students who did not have money in their account. We received about $550 back from the students who borrowed from us. We started this program so that our students didn’t have to return their tray when they didn’t have money and get a cheese sandwich and milk. We are grateful to PTA and to some of our parents who donated to this account. We are starting this year with zero money in our account. If you would like to donate to our account, we would be grateful! We really want to continue this program. We will make some changes this year. Each student may only borrow three times without repayment. Students are free to borrow as many times as needed if they repay the amount borrowed. If a student comes to the office to borrow, they will be given a note and an envelope in which to send in the money. Please help us continue to offer this service by sending back the money borrowed. We appreciate your help with this!