FLC Pirate Paper
Weekly Parent News - October 24th-28th Edition
FLC Pirate Admin Team
Misty Del Angel, Assistant Principal Grade 5 & 3 M-Z
Jennifer McCall, Assistant Principal Grade 4 & 3 A-L
Counselor Monah Gisler
Dates to Remember:
Reminder: School begins at 7:30 am & students are tardy after 7:35 am.
**There is no adult supervision for drop-offs until 7am when we open the doors, so please do not drop your students off before that time."
Book Fair & Red Ribbon Week!
See dress up days below
10/24- Book Fair starts
10/25-Parent's Night @ Book Fair
10/31 - 🦇👻🎃Halloween!! 🎃👻🦇
Note: Parents are welcome to attend lunches (Must bring ID) See lunch times below.
Students of the Week:
Hello FLC Pirate Parents!
Parents please remember that all attendance notes must be submitted to the school within 3 school days after the absence. Parent notes and Doctor notes can be submitted to the school several different ways. You or your student can turn them into the front desk or the student’s teacher, attendance notes can be submitted online at https://flc.acisd.org/apps/form/form.ARACISD-FULC.sD34Le4.Ah or you can email the attendance clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Checks will be done by 8:30am; please be aware of District policies.
● Holes above the knee that show skin are prohibited at all campuses.
● Shorts must be worn under dresses for outdoor or PE activities.
● Shorts, skirts, tunics and dresses with hemlines shorter than fingertip length are prohibited.
● Tights and legging are allowed as long as the shirt, skirt, or dress follow the finger tip guideline
● Sleeveless tops with at least 2 inches covering the shoulder as outerwear are allowed for all students.
Our pirate students rotate to see counselors one time every week. We want students to feel supported and have time to work on developing their individual character traits.
FLC Choir and Piano
Attention Pirate Parents of FLC-
If you want your child to join the FLC Choir, please email Ms. McCauley at email@example.com. So far, the Choir has about 20 students and we could take a few more! We also have a couple more spots in our piano class. Choir meets on Wednesdays from 3:30 - 4:30, and Piano meets on Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30.
Recruitment Materials for Parent Autism Training from Texas A&M University
The Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University would like to offer training at no cost to Texas parents and caregivers of children up to age 22 with core features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Parents and caregivers will learn how to improve their child's communication skills. This service is provided by a grant project entitled Coach to Communicate (C2C), sponsored by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The training includes a 1-hour self-paced webinar that teaches behavioral strategies to increase communication use in children with ASD. Once complete, parents can choose to be paired with a coach for a more intensive 12-week training specific to their child’s communication needs (again, at no cost to parents). Coaching is offered in English and Spanish.
Educators and service providers are also invited to complete free modules, including Coach to Communicate, to learn evidence-based strategies for autism and behavior. We currently offer webinars for over 30 different training topics. To see training modules available, enroll at https://prep.catalog.instructure.com.
We have had great experience in working with service providers and would like to develop a partnership with ISDs, schools, parent support groups, and ASD service providers to reach as many families as possible. Thank you for sharing our recruitment materials with parents, service providers, or teachers in your institution or school district. I have enclosed our recruitment materials in English and Spanish for your review. If you need hard copies of the recruitment materials or have any questions, please feel free to contact us at TAMUAuParent@tamu.edu.
For questions or more information, please contact the project coordinator, Sanikan Wattanawongwan at TAMUAuParent@tamu.edu.
FLC Pirate Car Rider Line - Drop Off & Pickup
Car Rider Line Directions
Off of Hwy.35 take Cactus Street
Turn left on N. 5th Street
Turn left on Chaparral Street
Turn right into school parking lot
Car Rider Rules
Students are not allowed to be picked up or dropped off ANYWHERE but the car rider line.
Enter the car rider line on Cactus Street so no cutting in line takes place.
Make sure your car rider sign is visible with your student’s name and grade level.
ACE parents will park and walk inside to pick up their child.
NOTE: If you did not receive a car rider sign at "Meet The Teacher", a sign will be sent home on the first days of school (Blue is 3rd grade, Yellow is 4th grade, & Green is 5th grade)
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Thank you for your Pirate spirit, your smiling faces, & all the Pirate hooks and eye patches! We are proud & honored to be educating your Pirate student.