Avirett & Torres 18-19

Week of 4/15/19

Support Summer Reading for All

Join us Monday April 15th from (6:00 -8:00 p.m.) at Half Price Books Anderson Mill to celebrate literacy and raise money for Leander ISD's Summer Reading For All Program. Make sure you mention the “LISD Summer Reading for All Program” when you make a purchase at that store.

Can't make it Monday night?

Half Price Books 1890 Ranch Shopping Center (1335 E. Whitestone Blvd. in Cedar Park) and Half Price Books Anderson Mill (13492 US Hwy 183 N in Austin) are offering to donate a portion of their sales from April 13 – April 29. Make sure you mention the “LISD Summer Reading for All Program” when you make a purchase at that store.

Have books at home your children have outgrown?

Why not donate them at the RPE school library until April 26. All levels of books, new and gently-used, will be accepted and all genres are needed (chapter books, picture books, non-fiction, fiction); however, the greatest need is for books appropriate for students in grades 6th through 12th.

Click here for more information about Summer Reading for All

The Book Fair is Coming!

The Spring Book Fair is Wednesday, April 17th and Thursday, April 18th


Important information:

1: Students may use an eWallet instead of cash by setting up an account in advance

2: Online book fair is open April 10 to 23. See link in letter


Book Fair Letter

Important Dates


4/17 Talent Show 6 p.m.

4/17 4th grade Rock and Roll Forever performance @ 8 - Parent Performance

4/18 4th grade Rock and Roll Forever performance @ 7:45 during Titan Time

4/17-18 Book Fair

4/19 Student and Staff Holiday No School

4/22 Bad Weather Make-up Day No School

4/24 Spring Pictures

4/24 - 4/25 Pre-K and Kinder Registration Check out this link for campus schedules and Pre-K registration information.

4/27 RPE IGNITE Gala

Our Learning Targets

Math: We can compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators. We can generate equivalent fractions using a variety of strategies.

Science: We can observe and identify slow changes to the Earth's surface.

Reading: We can identify and describe the structural elements in persuasive texts.

Writing: We can write a persuasive essay defending a position with supporting details.

Social Studies: We can apply geographic tools and translate geographic data while comparing maps of Texas and the United States prior to and after the Mexican-American War.

Second Step

Taking Responsibility for Your Actions


Taking responsibility for your actions is the respectful thing to do.


We can:

Demonstrate the ability to use the Problem-Solving Steps to handle scenarios in which someone has been wronged

Demonstrate acknowledging mistakes

Demonstrate making an apology and offering to make amends


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This week's spelling words

No spelling this week (4/15)


Spelling Words:

Bonus Words:

New Transportation Form from the Office

We are excited to pilot a Transportation Form you can fill out online. This is in an effort to streamline the transportation change process for parents as well as our office. To access the form, go to our home page and look under "Quick Links" and click on the "Transportation Change Request" link. The link will be closed at 1 pm every day and will be reopened at 3 pm for the next day. We will be accepting changes by phone as well, but we would prefer everyone to try to use the link.
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