January 6, 2023
- Tuesday, January 10 - Math Family Night - 5:30-6:30 pm; Grades 2-5
- Friday, January 13 - Teacher Work Day (Student Holiday)
- Monday, January 16 - Holiday/No School
- Tuesday, January 17 - Marco's Spirit Night - 2nd Grade
- Tuesday, January 24 - Literacy Family Night - 5:30-6:30 pm; Grades 2-5
- Wednesday, January 25 - McDonald's McTeacher Night - PK, 1, 3, 5
Students are nominated for this Principal’s recognition award for going above and beyond our school expectations - those who exhibit leadership, kindness, and extraordinary character!
We are so proud to announce this week's Akers' All-Stars:
- Makayla Farino
- Oliver Andrews
- Shareen Javed
- Theo Bui
- Leah Bello
- Jade Adeshina
- Kamilah Alexander
Pictures from our week!
Electric Device Reminders
As you’re coming back from the holidays and students may have received new electronics as gifts, please keep the following reminders in mind.
This letter is a friendly reminder that electronic messaging devices including cell phones and smart watches, are not permitted throughout the instructional day. Please see the following information provided by the Cypress Fairbanks Code of Conduct:
Students may not possess items at school that school personnel deem to be a distraction to the general learning environment or the student’s own learning environment.
Except as noted in this section, during the school day, students are generally prohibited from using all telecommunication devices such as, but not limited to, cellular phones. Such devices must not be visible and must remain turned off during the school day. Placing the cell phone into silent/vibrate mode and text messaging is not considered "turned off" and is prohibited.
Using any device that permits recording the voice or photographing or videoing the image of another without permission, or in any way invades the person’s privacy, casts the person in a negative or embarrassing light, or that disrupts the educational environment, is prohibited
Please know that if your child brings a cell phone device or smart watch and is using it to message, play games, video, or record during the instructional day or on the bus, it will be confiscated for the parent to pick up. If the student continues to use the electronic device, it will be confiscated and a fine of $15 will be issued before it is released to the parent.
Students are also not allowed to use the Rennell school logo or any other school branding to create fake accounts on any media outlet. Students must refrain from videoing students at school as well as on the bus. Videoing and taking pictures of students or staff is prohibited at all times while students are attending any Cy-Fair campus.
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