Crockett Roos News

Week of September 9, 2019

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Calling All Volunteers!!!

Have you thought about volunteering, getting connected, and making a difference in your child's school? Well, here's your chance! PTA will be hosting a volunteer meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 5:30 in the cafeteria. Come to find out how you can be more involved at Crockett. Light snacks will be provided. We can't wait to see you then!


To volunteer in any capacity at Crockett, you must submit a background check. Please click the link below to get started.


https://appgarden6.app-garden.com/VolTrackTX184903.nsf

School Dismissal Manager***UPDATE***

Our staff has been hard at work setting every students' default. You should be receiving your number card in the next day or two. Remember, the only thing this changes for you is that you will use the SDM app to make dismissal changes (cutoff time 2:30) rather than calling the front office. The process will be much safer and run more efficiently if you remain in your car.

Class Dojo Message

Clear, consistent communication is an important part of making parents part of our team. We will be using the Class Dojo app, campus wide, to communicate with you this year. Please download the app so your child's teacher can make you aware of important events happening at Crockett this year.

Please Remember...

Please remember that all students should be dropped off on the south side (by the flagpole) of the building. Only students arriving to school on the bus will be dropped off at the main entrance.

Lunch Schedule

Kindergarten: 10:30-11:00

First Grade: 10:50-11:20

Second Grade: 11:30-12:00

Third Grade: 11:45-12:15

Fourth Grade: 12:10-12:40

Fifth Grade: 12:40-1:10

What is Kanga Care?

Kanga Care is a partnership between Weatherford ISD and Parker County Hospital District Outreach Program to provide medical care onsite at each campus. Through the use of telemedicine and the MedPod Medical Cart, the healthcare needs of both staff and students can be met in a convenient setting with each campus nurse.

Kanga Care is a minor care center.

We treat minor issues that include but are not limited to:

Fever

Sore throat

Rashes

Allergies

Ear pain

Eye infections (pink eye)

Flu-like illnesses


Diagnostic laboratory procedures available include:

blood glucose level

streptococcal pharyngitis

mononucleosis

influenza A and B


All students enrolled at WISD are eligible for treatment at Kanga Care. There is no charge for Kanga Care.

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Dates to Remember

September 11- PTA Volunteer/General Assembly Meeting

September 24- First Day of Beach Club

September 30- Picture Day

October 11- Fall Carnival