April 4-Kinder Field Trip
April 9-4th grade writing STAAR/5th grade Math STAAR
April 10-5th grade reading STAAR
Texas Roadhouse Spirit Night
April 11-1st grade field trip
April 14-Fun Run
April 16- 5th grade Science Benchmark
April 17-2nd grade Egg Drop
April 18-Field Day
April 19-No school
April 22-26-Book Fair
April 25-Muffins with Mom(A-L)
5th grade field trip Space Center Houston
Choir Concert-7:00 pm
April 26-Muffins with Mom(M-Z)
Choir Concert-8:30 a.m.
Early Release 12:15 pm
Next week, students in grades 4th and 5th grade will take STAAR tests according to the following schedule:
April 9: 4th grade Writing and 5th grade Math
April 10: 5th grade Reading
April 11-12: Make-up Tests
Our campus will be closed to all visitors and volunteers April 9-11. Please do not make plans to eat lunch with your child, as the Rocket Café will be closed. These procedures are in place to provide an optimal testing environment for all students.
Breakfast will be served, free of charge, to all students on testing days.
If your child is testing, encourage an early bedtime and make every effort to ensure arrival at school by 7:55 am. Students have four hours to complete each assessment. Please avoid scheduling appointments on testing days.
1st-96.7%/96.8%-exceeded our goal
5th-97.1%/96.6-exceeded our goal
Please remember how important it is to be at school every day! It is also important to be on time. School starts at 8:10 a.m. We need our students to be at school on time.
Texas Roadhouse Spirit Night
Wednesday, April 10th, 5pm
18194 Gulf Freeway
Free Breakfast for STAAR
Save the Dates
PK & K online registration begins April 15, 2019.
PK & K registration window will be April 29th – May 3rd, 2019. All elementary campuses will be open from 8:30 – 11:30 each morning to assist parents with registration.
Parents of returning students and new students (applications dated April 15 – July 31) may verify online information beginning August 1, 2019.
August 15, 2019 – Class lists posted after 3:00 pm
August 16, 2019 – Meet the teacher/Lemonade Social 4:00-5:00 pm.
Yankee Candle Fundraiser-March 25-April 5
DreamBox Learning is a K-8 digital math program that independent studies have found to raise student achievement and better prepare children for future success. Powered by the brilliance of each child, DreamBox combines a fun and engaging learning environment with a rigorous, standards-based, math curriculum. DreamBox promotes active learning and independent critical thinking by responding to each student’s strategies and decisions in the moment. Because DreamBox adapts lessons and recommendations based on the needs of each learner, children always have just the right level of support when and where it’s needed.
Healthy Habits for Success in Dreambox
Try every problem: Persist even when it is hard.
Finish every lesson: Persevere instead of choosing another lesson.
Utilize in-lesson support: The feedback, hints, and help are created to assist you.
Use headphones with volume on: Listen to the directions, assistance, and feedback.
Work Independently: Don’t let others do your work for you.