Robison Elementary Rocket Register

January 2020

Message from Mrs. Gerletti

Dear Parents,

Happy New Year! A new year is always a great time to reflect on why we are grateful and for setting goals. I wanted to let you know that I returned to Robison this week! I am grateful that I've been released to be at work doing what I love. As I continue to receive treatment, I will have some occasional absences, but I will be available most days. The students and staff have given me such a warm welcome, and I'm eager to see you as well! Thanks to our amazing staff and administrators, as well as Mrs. Thompson, everything ran as smoothly as possible during my absence. I look forward to getting to know our new students and their families this semester.

I've told the students that I am being extra cautious about staying healthy, and with it being flu season, I'm being careful to steer clear of the clinic. :) To keep everyone healthy, please remember to keep your student(s) home if they are running a fever or if they are contagious in any way. This might be a great time to wash backpacks given the number of students who were ill before the holidays. We certainly want our students at school learning, but we also want them to take time to heal from any illnesses.

I am wishing you all a healthy and happy 2020!

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We Appreciate Our School Board!

January is School Board Appreciation Month! We appreciate our school board members and all they do to support our school community.
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2nd Grade Program Information

Second Grade Parents,

The second grade program, “Best Friends Forever”, will be Tuesday, February 11th. We are having two performances that night. Groups A and B will perform at 6:00 p.m. and they need to be in the music room at 5:45 p.m. Groups C and D will perform at 7:00 p.m. and they will need to be in the music room at 6:45 p.m.

Each child will need to wear blue jeans, tennis shoes and a solid red, white or pink t-shirt. We are trying to avoid shirts with words or patterns on them. Hobby Lobby sells solid colored shirts for about $3.00. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thanks for your kind support.

Holiday Adoption Program

Our holiday adoption program was a success once again because of the generosity of our Robison families! This project made the holidays brighter for 50 students from another CFISD school. The gift of giving is something that our students have learned so well. Thank you for your generosity to make this tradition possible.
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Multicultural Festival

Our 3rd annual Multicultural Night has been rescheduled to Tuesday, February 25. We are hoping to have more families participate, so please consider being a part of this fantastic event! The evening will consist of food tasting, learning about the cultures of our families, and there will also be a fashion show for those interested. Come on out and bring your family to this fun event!

From Our Library

Read to succeed is still happening. Please go online and register your student

Visit: Code: FGUKT

Free Six Flags Fiesta Texas tickets will be delivered in May 2020.

Access Library Digital Resources from the library homepage:

Tumble Books (eBooks) World Book Encyclopedia

Teaching Books NBC Learn

PebbleGo!-Animals,Dinosaurs, Science, Biographies,Social Studies

And many more, all at the tips of your fingers.

Students are encouraged to participate in the Houston Rockets Reading Challenge. Students are asked to read for 28 days and participate in a variety of reading activities, parents initial the activities have been met, complete the sheet and turn it in for a chance to win one of ten great prizes! Let’s keep reading Robison!

Bookworm Festival is Saturday, February 1st at Jersey Village High School

7600 Solomon St. Starts at 10 am featuring 12 amazing authors!

What's cooking in January?

Click here for the breakfast and lunch menu for January.

Important Dates


Monday, January 13

Spirit Day

Junior Achievement Training for new volunteers (Cafeteria 9:00-10:15 am)

Tuesday, January 14

Multicultural Night RESCHEDULED to February 25

Thursday, January 16

Student Council Meeting (7:45 am)

Friday, January 17

End of Grading Period

Cultural Celebrations Day (2nd)

Garden Day (4th)

Monday, January 20


Tuesday, January 21

Spirit Day

Friday, January 24

Report Cards go home

Monday, January 27

Spirit Day

Willie's Spirit Night (4:00 pm to close)

Friday, January 31

College Spirit Day

Community Helpers Day (Kindergarten)

Garden Day (2nd)


Pennies for Patients (Feb. 3-14)

Monday, February 3

Robison Spirit Day

PTO Board Meeting (9:30 am)

Tuesday, February 4

Grade Level Name That Book Competitions

5th grade: 8:45-9:30

3rd grade: 9:40-10:35

4th grade: 10:40-11:35

Wednesday, February 5

100th Day of School

Junior Achievement Training for new volunteers (Cafeteria 9:00-10:15 am)

District Spelling Bee

Marco's Night (2nd)

Thursday, February 6

Student Council Officers' Meeting (7:45 am)

Math DPM (1st)

Friday, February 7

Spring Pictures

Math DPM (1st)

Monday, February 10

Robison Spirit Day

Kindergarten Math DPM (thru 2/14)

Tuesday, February 11

Robison Name That Book Final Competition (9:00 am)

2nd Grade Program: Groups A & B at 6:00 pm (arrive at 5:45 pm); Groups C & D at 7:00 pm (arrive at 6:45 pm)

Wednesday, February 12

Community GT Showcase at Cy-Woods HS (6:30-7:30 pm)

Thursday, February 13

K.I.S.S. Lunches (K, 1st & 4th)-Visitors for these grade levels only

Kinder @ 10:40 am

1st @ 11:35 am

4th @ 12:35 pm

Friday, February 14

Valentine's Day--Students will have a class-only party near the end of the day to open and share valentines. Candy may be included with their valentines. The school will provide a small treat to enjoy during this time. This is a special time for students only.

K.I.S.S. Lunches (Pre-K, PPCD, 2nd, 3rd & 5th)-Visitors for these grade levels only

PPCD, Pre-K, & 2nd @ 11:05 am

3rd @ 1:05 pm

5th @ 12:05 pm

Monday, February 17

HOLIDAY for students

Tuesday, February 18--Due to benchmark testing, we are unable to accommodate visitors on this day

Writing Benchmark (4th)

Math Benchmark (5th)

Robison Spirit Day

Wednesday, February 19--Due to benchmark testing, we are unable to accommodate visitors on this day

Reading Benchmark (5th)

Progress Reports go home

Friday, February 21

Spirit Shop during lunches

Spillane and Goodson visit 5th grade during large group

Garden Day (5th)

Monday, February 24

Robison Spirit Day

Tuesday, February 25

Multicultural Festival (6:00-7:30 pm)

Gringo's Spirit Night

Friday, February 28

Texas Day (4th)

Garden Day (2nd)

Saturday, February 29

Father/Daughter Dance: "Boots and Beauties", 6:00-8:00 pm at Goodson Middle School. Ticket information is shown in flyer above.

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WATCH D.O.G.S. Sign-up

If you would like to volunteer, the link to the sign-up genius is here:

Thank You to Our December Watch D.O.G.S.!


We want to be sure that you are kept in the loop with all that is happening at Robison. Please take a moment to review the "Quick Guide" shown above for ways to stay connected with Robison.

Join Us on Twitter

We are excited that all of our teachers will be launching classroom twitter accounts! Our permanent hashtag for RES will be #robisonspirit. Our 2018-2019 hashtag that we'll also use is #successatRES. We are looking forward to sharing the story of Robison Elementary with you!
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Child Find Information

The Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District Special Education Department provides educational services to an estimated 8,000 students with special needs.

Teachers, instructional aides, speech pathologists and related service personnel provide instruction and related services to students who have a disability. Students are eligible for special education services from the age of 3 through 21. Students who have hearing and vision disabilities may receive services from birth.

To be eligible for special education services, students must meet eligibility requirements as a student with an orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, auditory impairment, visual impairment, diagnosis of deaf/blind, intellectual disabilities, emotional disturbance, learning disability, speech impairment, multiple disabilities, autism, non-categorical early childhood, or traumatic brain injury.

Cypress Fairbanks ISD instructional arrangements for elementary school-aged students include in-class support, resource classes and speech/language therapy. Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities (PPCD), adaptive behavior, and LIFE Skills classes are offered as cluster services at the elementary level.

In-class support, resource classes, LIFE Skills, adaptive behavior and speech/language services are available at all secondary level campuses.

Related services may include psychological services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, orientation and mobility training, school health services, adaptive equipment and special transportation.

Other special education service options include the Dorothy Carlton Center, the Adaptive Behavior Center, homebound, adaptive physical education, itinerant and on-site services to the visually impaired.

As part of the Northwest Harris County Cooperative for the Hearing Impaired, services for students who have auditory impairments are offered at Birkes Elementary, Hancock Elementary, Spillane Middle School and Cy-Ridge High School. In addition to receiving instruction at the on-site campuses, students may be served by itinerant teachers, speech pathologists, and/or an audiologist at their home campus.

Are you the parent of a pre-school (3-5 years) or school-aged child and have concerns regarding your child’s physical, speech, and/or emotional development? Is your child experiencing academic problems which could interfere significantly with educational success? If so, contact the Special Education Department at 281-897-6400 to discuss your concerns and learn more about the referral process.

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