Longhorn Stampede

2018-19: Leading the Herd (1)

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Welcome Back, Longhorns!

Lone Star Families,
Please read all the way through to the end of this newsletter. It contains an exciting piece of information just for you!

We can't wait to see your smiling faces at Meet the Teacher this week! Remember that if you will be walking your child to class on the first day, you will want to drop your license off so we can run your V-soft sticker while you walk around. Pick up your tag on the way out, and you will be able to skip the long line on Day 1!

Walking your children back:
Any/Every Day - All parents may walk to the Hug&Kiss zone in the foyer, and children will continue past the hallway doors on their own (We always have staff in the hallways to help!)
Day 1 (August 21) - All grades; parents must have visitor sticker
Days 1-3 (August 21, 22, 23) PK and Kdg; parents must check in at front desk and get visitor sticker
Days 1-5 (August 21, 22, 23, 24, 27) PK; parents must check in at front desk and get visitor sticker

Thank you! This helps us ensure that staff attention is focused on children and safe protocols are in practice.

Meet Your 3rd Grade Homeroom Teacher: Mrs. Winn, room 309

Hi! My name is Mrs. Winn, and I am going to be your third grade teacher! This will be my fifth year at Lone Star Elementary, but my tenth year teaching. I graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture Business with a minor in Accounting. Before joining the education world, I was an accountant for the Houston Texans. What a cool job, right? Not near as awesome as being your teacher! I can’t wait to help you become a better reader and expose you to lots of new reading adventures! My husband, Eddie and I enjoy living in Montgomery with our three daughters, Shelby (13), Morgan (9), and Blaine (5). We stay busy playing softball, showing livestock, and cheering on the Texans and the Astros. I can’t wait to spend the next year learning and growing with you!

Parents, please feel free to email a picture of your child and a few sentences about them to your child's teacher in response.