April 14, 2020
Eagle Student News
ESE Online/Continued Learning April 13 - 17
Learning Opportunities for all ESE students will be posted by grade level each Monday on the ESE website. You can access them by going to ESE's Online/Continued Learning web page. In addition to grade level opportunities, you will find links for Fine Arts and our Counselor.
For PK-2, teachers will use Seesaw as the teaching and communication platform. For 3-5, the platform being used is Google Classroom. Please contact your child's teacher or Kasey Davis (email@example.com) directly with any log in concerns.
Eagle Challenge April 13-17
April 14 TUESDAY'S EAGLE CHALLENGE: Tuesday is predicted to be the windiest day this week, so let’s fly kites!!! You can fly a kite you have OR take the challenge to MAKE a kite that will fly! Directions are attached!
April 16 THURSDAY EAGLE SPIRIT DAY: Show us your ESE Eagle Spirit!!! Wear RED & BLACK, draw/make an eagle, sing our school song! Show us your school spirit!
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Humble ISD offers free meals to students
Free Carry-Out Meals for Humble ISD Students from Tuesday, April 14 through Friday, April 17
Humble ISD will continue providing meals to our Humble ISD students while our school buildings are closed. Gathering food supplies is considered an essential activity, as stated in the Harris County “Stay Home, Work Safe” order.
Free breakfast and lunch food will be distributed from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., Tuesday, April 14, through Friday, April 17, 2020 at six sites: at Elm Grove Elementary School, Oaks Elementary School, Ridge Creek Elementary School, River Pines Elementary School, Humble Middle School, or Ross Sterling Middle School.
Families are invited to pick up one day of breakfast and lunch food April 14 - April 16. On Friday, April 17, families may pick up two days of breakfast and lunch food.
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Read To Succeed Coronavirus Update
Your students can still receive their free Six Flags tickets, regardless of your classroom situation.
We understand that teachers participating in Read to Succeed are facing unique classroom situations this year.
There are multiple ways your students can complete the program, regardless of whether or not students will be in the classroom or at home by the end of the school year.
HAVE PARENTS REGISTER AT HOME
One option is to have all of your student's parents register at home. This way they can log their own child's reading, and once they hit six hours we will be able to deliver their child's ticket directly to their email.
To allow parents to register directly, tell them follow these instructions:
- Register child at sixflags.com/books using code 1U147
- By April 17, complete the online reading log for your child.
- We will email parents their Six Flags Over Texas directly in May.
If you have any questions please contact Heather Beach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Box Tops for Education
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