Mini Pack Update 12/18/2015
A Few IMPORTANT Reminders...
Lost and Found is located in the front entry way. Please come by and collect anything that may belong to your child. All remaining items will be donated over the winter break.
Winter class parties are Friday, December 18 and there's still time to make a contribution Every bit helps room parents pull together a great end of the year party for your kiddo and their classmates.
First Grade Spelling Bee
Dear Scott Family,
Whether you believe in resolutions or not, the concept of being able to reflect and remember is great. As we are looking forward to 2016 and the second semester of our second year together, let's celebrate the wonderful things we have accomplished thus far. Here is our list: partnering together with this amazing community, our first Scott parade, Meet the Teacher Night, the first day of school, working the kinks out at carpool, Curriculum Night, Music programs, Scott Trot, Book Fair, and the list goes on. Through all these events, we don't want to lose site of the wonderful culture we are building with our families and students. We are looking forward to what the New Year as in store for us as we partner together.
We hope that you have safe travels and make precious memories with your children, family, and friends.
Please join me and the Scott faculty as we take time to rest and enjoy our families over the winter holiday break. We will see each of you in 2016.
Paige and Leanne
Shout Out to Roach Middle School for the Band, Orchestra, and Choir Program at Scott!
Scott Choir Holiday Musical!
Fan Favorites at our Musical: Cayman, Zachary, and Megan enjoying the fun!
Scott Shout Outs!
- A HUGE Shout out to the Veal family! We appreciate the popcorn for the office staff!
- Thank you to Moms in Prayer for the cookies and yummies!
- We appreciate Janice Scott for the holiday cake!
- Shout Out to Abbie Rich for bringing cookies!
- Braedon Atha brought a foot long twix as well!
- A HUGE Shout out to the Scott Choir! They presented a wonderful holiday program!
- Our AMAZING Scott Families! We appreciate you sharing your children with us each day!
SCOTT PTA UPDATES
Helping Hands Wanted
We're giving thanks to all those who have volunteered and are asking for some helping hands to fill up our volunteer calendar throughout the school year. If your hands are full, don't forget about the teacher workroom where faculty projects can even be fulfilled at home. Learn how to sign up here.
Pick up your produce with you pick up your kiddo. Order fresh goods from GROW and they'll deliver your produce to Scott and save you a trip. learn more about GROW here.
Wanted: Box Tops and Labels for Education
We're far from the end of the month, but with the holiday's just around the corner, don't forget to bring in those Box Tops and Labels. Learn more and see which products qualify: Scott Box Tops and Labels
We Need You!
Looking for ways to get more involved? There's a slot for everyone and every busy schedule. Scott PTA Volunteers
Scott Spirit Store
Show your Scott Pride. Purchase Scott spirit items here. Scott hoodies will be on sale soon! Be watching for them - you won't want to miss it!
Link your Kroger and Target Card to Scott
Yes...it's free and it supports our school and students. Find out how to do this.
Stay Connected to Scott
Updates and Reminders
Parking on Campus: Please do not park in the fire lanes at anytime including lunch or Celebrate Scott.
Texting/Calls: Please refrain from texting in/around the school. We are responsible for getting 650 students safely to and from school. Please help by keeping your eyes on the road and not looking at your phone.
Bikes on Campus: Parents, please talk to your child about not riding his/her bike or scooter on campus grounds. We also will be talking to all our students. We have had some near misses with student safety because of bike riders nearly running into other students or failing to stop at the crosswalk. Again, your child's safety is always our #1 concern.
All FISD Community Workshops are held at the FISD Administration Building.
February 16: Strategies for Raising a Healthy Child
- 6:00-7:00 pm
Elementary students may only bring items for distribution to classmates on the three party days: Winter Party, Valentine’s Day and end of year celebration.
In addition, students issuing invitations to individual birthday parties or other celebrations may only do so at school if all students in the homeroom class are invited. These birthday invitations must be passed out at the end of the day with permission from the teacher.