Hailey Parent Update

April 8, 2022

Important Dates

  • 11 Schenk Shop at recess
  • 13 For the Sake of our Youth presentation @ McCullough Junior High @ 6:30pm
  • 14 Hailey Field Day
  • 14 4th graders visit @ 9:45 a.m.
  • 15 School Holiday
  • 18 School Holiday
  • 19-22 Book Fair Week at Hailey
  • 21 Family Night at the Book Fair 5:00-7:00pm
  • 21 PTA Meeting @ 5:30pm in art room
  • 21 Hailey Fine Arts Night 6:00-7:00pm
  • 25 Schenk Shop at recess
  • 27 Progress Reports go home
  • 2 Teacher Appreciation Meeting
  • 6 Hailey Talent Show Auditions Grade 1-4
  • 10 STAAR Math - Grades 3 & 4
  • 11 STAAR Reading - Grades 3 & 4
  • 13 Hailey Talent Show during grade level specials
  • Hailey PTA Spirit Night every Wednesday @ Raising Cane's located at 1501 Research Forest
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Congratulations to our Ambassador Award Recipients

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Summer School Registration Link

Please click her for CISD Academic Enrichment Summer School at Hailey Elementary!

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Rising 5th Grader Elective Information

Greetings Future Wildcats!

It's that time of year when 4th graders visit Wilkerson's campus and pick their elective for Intermediate School. Please take the time to read through the attached document detailing our fine arts electives. Each student must be enrolled in one (1) fine arts elective for 5th grade. They will attend that one fine arts and P.E. daily.

Some important dates to remember:

  • April 14 - Hailey 4th graders visit @ 9:45 a.m.
  • April 26 - Parent Information Night @ Wilkerson Cafeteria for Rising 5th Grader Parents
  • April 27 - Orchestra Parent Information Zoom Meeting @ 6 p.m. (see attached brochure for zoom details)
  • April 28 - Orchestra Parent Information Zoom Meeting @ 5 p.m. (see attached brochure for zoom details)
  • April 29 - Deadline for entering fine arts elective: Fine Arts Elective Choice
  • April 30 - Band instrument Fitting Day @ Wilkerson Cafeteria from 9 am - 2 pm
  • April 30 - Orchestra Instrument Fitting Day @ Collins Intermediate School Gym - 9 am - 2:30 pm
  • July 15 - Deadline for registering for Choir Camp
  • July 25 - 27 - Choir Camp @ Collins Intermediate School from 9 am - 1 pm

Families returning to Hailey: SAVE YOUR DISMISSAL BARCODE TAG!

Hailey Talent Show!

Grades 1-4 have the opportunity to audition for the Spring "Hailey's Got Talent!" Auditions are May 6 and student will know on the same day if they will be participating in the Talent Show May 13. The talent show for each grade will be held during grade level specials time.
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Book Fair Volunteers Needed

The Spring Book Fair will take place from April 19-22, and we need volunteers to make this event a success. If you like making kids smile, this is the place for you! Volunteers help set up the book fair, help students shop for books and make wish lists, and help ring up sales. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up using the link below. All volunteers must have completed the CISD Volunteer Application.


Rising 5th Grader Parent Information Meeting @ Wilkerson Intermediate

Tuesday, April 26 is our Rising 5th Grader Parent Information Meeting. We will meet in the cafeteria from 6:00 to 7:00. Principal, Josh Hughes, will be sharing detailed information about Wilkerson and what to expect at the Intermediate School level. The target audience is for parents/guardians and not students. We highly recommend you park in the back of the school, taking the Conroe ISD Access Road off of Sawdust Road.
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Summer GT Testing

If you are interested in having your child tested for GT qualification over the summer, please request an application by April 30. You may request an application through your child's homeroom teacher.

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Ways to Engage in Your Child’s School to Support Student Health and Learning

Information for Parents and Families

Research shows that when parents and school staff work together, students are healthier and more successful in school.

As a parent, you want your child to do well in school. You also want your child to be healthy and avoid behaviors that are risky or harmful. Through your guidance and support, you can have great influence on your child’s health and learning. One way you can show your support is by being involved in your child’s school.

What is parent engagement in schools?

Parent engagement in schools is defined as parents and school staff working together to support and improve the learning, development, and health of children and adolescents. (For this discussion of parent engagement, “parent” refers to the adult primary caregiver(s) of a child’s basic needs [e.g., feeding, safety]. Adult primary caregivers include biological parents; other biological relatives such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, or siblings; and nonbiological parents such as adoptive, foster, or stepparents.)

Why is it important for you to engage in your child’s school?

Studies have shown that students who have parents engaged in their school lives are more likely to have

  • Higher grades and test scores.
  • Better student behavior.
  • Enhanced social skills.

What can you do to be more engaged in your child’s school health activities?

Here are some actions that you can take, at home and at school, to be more involved in your child’s school health activities.

Action 1: Advocate for your school to support parent engagement.

  • Ask the school if there is a vision and mission statement or an action plan for parent engagement.
  • Talk with teachers and staff to suggest simple changes that can make the school a more pleasant and welcoming place for parents.

Action 2: Take advantage of the support schools provide to parents.

  • Ask whether your child’s school or school district provides—or could offer—programs or classes to help you become more involved in your child’s academic and school life.
  • Suggest topics for classes the school or school district might offer, such as the following:
    • Understanding child and adolescent development.
    • Praising and rewarding desirable health behaviors.
    • Talking with children about health-related risks and behaviors.

Action 3: Communicate consistently with the school and read the information it provides to you.

  • Read school newsletters, attend parent-teacher-student conferences, and check out the school’s Web site to learn what is going on at the school, and encourage your child to participate.
  • Meet regularly with your child’s teachers to discuss his or her grades, behavior, and accomplishments.
  • Offer to share important aspects of your culture with your child’s class.
  • If your first language is not English, ask for materials that are translated into the language you speak at home, and ask for interpreters to help you at school events.

Action 4: Take time to volunteer at your child’s school.

  • As your schedule allows, help in your child’s classroom, attend after-school events, or participate in a school committee, such as a health team or parent organization.
  • Ask the school if you can help with lunch-time walks, weekend games, or after-school exercise programs in dance, cheerleading, karate, aerobics, yoga, or other activities.

Action 5: Support learning about health in your home.

  • Involve your child in cooking meals, shopping for healthy foods, and reading labels on over-the-counter medicines.
  • Ask your child to share with you health and safety behaviors learned in school.

Action 6: Be involved in the health decisions at the school.

  • Ask to be involved in parent organizations—such as the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), school health councils, or school action teams—to help improve the health and well-being of students.
  • Get involved with your child’s school to help
    • develop school health policies, emergency and safety plans, and health and safety messages;
    • select health-related curricula or foods and beverages for school breakfasts and lunches;
    • establish health services, referral procedures, or other plans and programs that support students’ health.

Action 7: Know what community services are supported by the school.

  • Learn whether dental services, health screenings, childcare, or health promotion programs are offered at school.
  • If health services or programs are not supported by the school, ask your child’s school or the school district to offer them.

CISD is hiring!

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Hailey PTA Website & PTA Membership

We are so excited about the 2021-2022 school year. Please visit the Hailey PTA website at the link above. Once you have an account, you can find volunteering opportunities, and buy special Comet spirit wear!

Lunch Applications are much more than just meals....

The Meal Application guides our campus with providing resources for families. These resources include holiday assistance, family needs, clothing, school supplies, and much more. The lunch application provides more resources than just a meal!

Hailey Counselor Assistance Form 2021- 2022

This form will help guide Mrs. Dumlao, the Hailey in creating group counseling along with providing families with resources that they need.

Parent Access Center

Parent Access Center is available to all CISD parents that allows viewing of helpful info about student attendance, report cards, progress reports, grades, state test results, discipline and lunch money. Parents must have a valid email address.

Volunteering @ Hailey

CISD values contributions made by volunteers who work to support our students & teachers. Our goal is to provide a safe environment for our students & visitors. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Volunteer Application.

The Woodlands Farmer's Market @ Grogan's Mill

The Woodlands Farmer's Market at Grogan's Mill is a weekly community event sponsored by the Grogan's Mill Village Association. The Market is open Saturdays from 9 am - noon at the Grogan's Mill Center.

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Hailey 2021-2022 Theme

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Sam K. Hailey Elementary

12051 Sawmill Road The Woodlands, TX 77380

Office: 832-663-4100 Fax: 832-663-4199 Bus Barn: 832-592-8800

The Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding these non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator, 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936)-709-7700 and the Section 504/ADA Coordinator, 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7670.