Celebrating 10 Years of Tiger Traditions
Tuscany Heights Elementary
"We, THE Tigers, will be inspired to LEAD, HONOR, and EXCEL today!"
It has been a busy week at Tuscany! We have:
transitioned our schedules to add a sixth 5th Grade Teacher to help reduce class sizes,
hired a full time Pre-K Assistant, and
hosted the BEST Grandparents in the world. Thank you for sharing your loved ones with us.
We appreciate our staff, student leaders, and PTA Volunteers for making Breakfast with Grandparents a success. Our line did get backed up, and we quickly worked to troubleshoot. Thank you to Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Staples for helping me cover breakfast for our visitors! We were able to get the line moving a bit faster for all that attended. Having so many visitors is certainly a wonderful thing, and we welcome them any time!
We are still working to streamline drop off and afternoon car rider pick-up. Thank you for taking time to look over these safety tips and procedures:
pulling all the way down so that as many cars can load/unload closest to the front of the school,
asking your children to be prepared to hop out of the car as soon as it stops in the car line,
seating your children on the passenger side of the car, closest to the curb, where we can safely have them exit the car on the sidewalk,
stay in line until all cars move forward,
use the crosswalk where our crossing guards are locating to avoid accidents,
at the intersection ensure you do not block Wilderness Oak,
ensure you do not turn from the non-turn lanes (there is only one left turn and one right turn lane), and
avoid cell phone use as it is prohibited in a school zone.
We appreciate your help in following these safety guidelines as do the parents in the line behind you!
For cars turning in to the back of the school for VIP drop-off, as well as buses, please ensure that you do not block the left turn lane on Wilderness Oak while waiting in the front car rider line. We do have buses, daycare vanes, and special program parents that need to access the back. Again, we appreciate your help in streamlining our arrival and dismissal procedures.
We are exciting for the 4th week at Tuscany Heights!
Every Tuesday in September & October- Raising Highly Capable Kids @7:45-9:45am
PreK, Kinder, First, Third, and Fifth Grade Screenings (See the following forms/pics):
Tuesday, September 10th: Vision and Spinal
Thursday, September 12th: Hearing and Acanthosis
Tuesday, September 19th: Pre-K/Kinder & Makeups
Monday, September 16th- Library Volunteers Orientation @10am
Wednesday, September 18th- Individual Picture Day
Tuesday, September 24th- Eat for a Cause- Chickfila @ 5:30-8:30pm
Box Tops until September 30th - Try the Box Tops for Education App
Tuesday, October 1st- Tuscany PTA Lunch n' Learn @ Time TBD
Angst Presentation for Parents @ Reagan High School @6:30pm
Friday, October 4th- Bike Rodeo
Friday, October 11th- Early Release/Dismissal @12:40pm
Monday, October 14th- Professional Development for Staff/ No School for Students
Mrs. Leon returns!
Friday, October 18th- Reflections Entries Due (See flyer below)
My name is Roxanne Alvarez and I am the Family Specialist at Las Lomas and Tuscany Heights Elementary. I am a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary studies. Prior to becoming a family specialist with NEISD, I served as an After School Program Site Coordinator for six years. I believe in the positive correlation between parent involvement and student achievement, and I am determined to empower the families of our community by providing resources and educational workshops. I am passionate about the work that I do, and I am thrilled to serve as your family specialist. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I look forward to seeing you in our upcoming family sessions, and to serving the families of Las Lomas and Tuscany Heights Elementary.
Below you will find my first workshop, Raising Highly Capable Kids. It will start soon! I hope that you can join us at Tuscany Heights Elementary! Email/RSVP at email@example.com
Reaching New Heights, Tuscany Heights PTA
We excited to announce the theme for this year’s Reflections Art Contest is "Look Within." You can pick up a flyer and entry form at the main office or in the Library. All entries must be turned in by Friday October 18th.
UPCOMING PTA EVENTS
9/16 at 10 am Library Volunteer Orientation in the library. Please join us to get info on volunteering.
9/18 Picture day - We need volunteers! Email LorrieGarza@gmail.com or go to our website to sign up!
9/24 Eat for a Cause at Chick-fil-A 5:30-8:30 pm
10/1 Lunch and Learn PTA Meeting
10/4 BIKE RODEO!
Please Support Your Child Through PTA on our website Tuscany HeightsPTA.org. There you can:
Join T.H.E.· PTA- Membership is $5.50. Let your voice be heard. No volunteering time is required.
Spirit Store is Open - Buy this year’s spirit wear for your child to wear on Friday Spirit days
while supplies last! “Vintage” shirts will be available for a discounted price at the September 3rd PTA meeting.
- We encourage every family to make a Greenback Donation - every dollar counts! This is our only fundraiser where 100% of the money goes straight to programs for the kids like field trips and educational assemblies.
- Download the new app, Box Tops for Education! Buy Box Top items! Take a photo of your receipt in the app! 12x credit at Sams and 10x credit at Costco till 9/30/19!
Shop at Amazon using our custom link- http:/tinyurl.com/Amazon-THE-PTA
year. Opportunities can be to help from home or at school with single events or recurring needs. You choose if you have time to volunteer for each as your time allows.
⭐ Room Reps ⭐ Watch DOGS ⭐ Serve on PTA Board ⭐ Serve on a Sub Committee under a Board member ⭐ Workroom ⭐ Lunchroom ⭐ Library
Raising Awareness Around Anxiety
Please join the Reagan Cluster on Tuesday, October 1 at 6:30 in the Reagan High School auditorium in viewing an Original documentary that explores anxiety—its causes, effects, and what we can do about it. The film features World Champion Swimmer Michael Phelps and interviews young kids and adults who suffer from anxiety. We welcome the community to join us and talk about this important issue, as well as learn about resources and tools that can help.
This is an effort to bring all schools that feed into Reagan together to understand how we can continue to understand students of all ages. This documentary is for parents with students of all ages.
Dancing Happily After- Reagan High School
The new school year has started and the Reagan Dance Clinic is just around the corner. Students grades Kinder-10th are invited to participate. Come dance with Diamond Dancers and Silver Stars on October 19 and perform at the Reagan vs. Roosevelt football game!
Click here to register.