August 31, 2021-Updates
A Message from Mrs. Haymark
Dear Vogel Texans Families,
We have wrapped another great week of learning here at Vogel! It is such a joy to interact with the students daily and have the opportunity to see, firsthand, their diligence to grow and achieve success! I am elated and blessed to serve this community and we thank you for entrusting us with your children everyday!
I know this year has brought about many uncertainties and several changes. We greatly appreciate your flexibility and all your support. While we face many challenges, one thing that has been constant is our commitment to serve you and your children. Please let us know if we can do anything to better support you.
Thank you for your continued support,
Christa Haymark, Principal
Car Rider Line
Car Rider vs. Walker
Student Check Out and Dismissal
Parent Information Night
The most frequently asked question we get at the beginning of the year is how can I help my child be successful in intermediate school. The transition to intermediate can be challenging for some kiddos. The best thing a parent can do to support their child is to help them build organizational systems. Some students have trouble juggling the increased number of teachers and assignments. Help your child get into the routine of checking for work inside their flexi-folder every night. Look at graded assignments that are sent home to see if there are concepts your child is struggling to master. And sign up for a Parent Access account to monitor your child's grades. If you see zeros or "Z"s in the gradebook, it means that your child has not turned in their assignment. Encourage them to complete the work and turn it in. It's never too late to turn work in or too early to start building good study habits. If you don't have a Parent Access account CLICK HERE to register. Your involvement in their education is important. If you have questions on how else you can support your child, please reach out to your child's teacher or one of our school counselors.
Temporary Closed Campus
While this is tremendously unfortunate, due to the increased number of Covid-19 cases in our community, our campus is temporarily closed to visitors. We will go back to the procedures that kept our students safe last school year. All visitors will be asked to call the building (832-663-4300) upon arrival and wait for assistance. No parents will be allowed inside for lunch or to volunteer in our classes. Parents will be asked to implement contactless drop off for things students will need to navigate their day. There is a blue table inside the front doors for parents to leave forgotten lunches, instruments for specials, or any other pertinent materials students may require while at school. There will be communication sent when this temporary closure is lifted, and it is safe for visitors to return. Thank you for your understanding while we work through procedures to keep your children safe.
Updated COVID Protocols
The biggest mitigation strategy we can put into place this school year is to encourage students, parents, and staff to stay home when they are sick. It's going to take all of us to ensure our kiddos are safe while inside our building. Please do not send your child to school if they are feeling under the weather. Reach out to your child's teacher, our nurse, or our counselor with questions or specific needs. Beginning this week, we will be implementing additional protocols to those already in place to continue to keep students and staff safe. Please see below for the updates.
Masks: While masks are not required, we do encourage students and staff to wear them during this time of increasing Covid-19 spread in our community. We will have masks in the front office for students and staff who wish to wear one, but forgot them at home. If you have specific questions about masks, please let your child's teachers know. They are happy to help!
Classrooms: Students will continue to practice good hand hygiene with teachers sanitizing each student’s hands before and after class change. Teachers will also sanitize desks and student’s workstations before and after class change. All classrooms and common areas will be e-misted on a nightly basis after each student has left for the day.
Cafeteria: We have five lunches to limit the number of students in our cafeteria at one time. Your child's lunch time may be early or late depending. All students are allowed to bring a snack with them to eat during the day. Students will be spread out as much as possible during all lunches. They will be provided an ID badge with a bar code used to purchase lunches to avoid using a keypad. Hand sanitizer will be provided in cafeteria and student will wash/sanitize before and after lunch.
Transitions: Students will maintain a safe distance when transitioning between classes, specials, and lunch.
Water Bottles: Vogel has three no-touch water bottle refilling stations in all schools. We are asking for all students to bring a refillable water bottle to school with them. Please clearly write your child's first and last name on their water bottle with permanent marker. Students will be allowed to bring their water bottles to all their classes, fine arts, PE, and lunch.
COVID Notices and Contact Tracing: If a student in our building reports a positive test result, classroom and general notifications will continue to be sent out. Specific contact tracing and mandatory quarantines will not take place this school year. If you have specific questions about your child's risks, please contact our school nurse, Susan Coyne @ email@example.com or 832-663-4309.
School Leveling System: The district is working on a leveling system based on positive cases. This will help guide administration on implementing additional protocols to help ensure all of our students are safe while they are in our building.
Oak Ridge Youth Basketball League
Free Covid Tests
2021-2022 School Calendar
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The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.
For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, TX 77304; (936) 709-7752.