Stuber Spark

April 18, 2021

A Message From Dr. Hinson

Hello Stuber Families,

It has been a great week of learning and growing at Stuber! We are seeing students meet goals, make new friends, care for others, and so much more! Children have been so excited as they visited the library to pick out their wish list for the book fair. Please remember to send your student with their money next week or order online with them!

We are excited to begin end of the year activities so make sure you don't miss a thing by reading this newsletter and following our school's Facebook page.

Your Proud Principal,

Dr. Hinson

Kids Heart Challenge Results

During the month of February, our students participated in the Kids Heart Challenge. They learned about ways to have a healthy heart all throughout the week and raised money. We are proud to report that our school raised..... $12,134.25!!!

Thank you to Coach Jones, Knowles, and Gabriel for leading such a great cause!

Attendance Matters

Please be mindful of absences and tardies. The accrual leads to missed instruction, stress on students to make up work as well as teachers to ensure understanding, and overall difficulties with forming habits necessary for success in secondary grades. Additionally, students who receive special services like speech or dyslexia miss needed services to close learning gaps. If you need strategies to help build better habits, please reach out to administration or our school counselor, Mrs. Clawson.

  • School starts at 7:45. This means students should be in their classroom at that time-not pulling up to the front door of the school.
  • ALL early dismissals must be completed by 2:15.
  • All absences should be reported to our attendance line.


Every Monday is a celebration at Stuber. One way we celebrate is wearing our House shirts and/or colors. We are so proud of our March House Winner - Fomento! We look forward to seeing who will be the April winner on April 26th. Make plans to tune in via Facebook Live that morning to experience all the fun! Also head over to our Facebook page to watch the House Assembly. The reveal is always so much fun!!!

This week we focus on Essential 20: Show Self-Control.

Parent Picnics Have Been So Much Fun!

Our last week of parent picnics is this week. We appreciate everyone who has joined us on campus. April 19th- 23rd: 3rd Grade (12 -12:30) & 5th Grade (1:20-1:50)

Cafeteria Information Click Here

Details about cost, my school bucks, as well as pre-ordering your child's lunch are included!

Stuber Spring Book Fair Information

  • Students previewed the book fair this past week!
  • Students will shop the fair during their specific class visits April 19-23. With only one class in at a time and only those with payment shopping for books, we will be able to keep it a safe shopping environment.
  • All forms of payment accepted. Encouraged if allowing student to select- send money in a marked envelope with student name and dollar amount.
  • There will still be a virtual companion to the fair. You can allow student to preview and pick out materials and purchase online at home during the week of the book fair.


We will have our 1st annual Stuber field day this coming April 29th and 30th. Field day fun for K-2 will be April 29 starting in the morning. Activities for 3rd-5th graders will be April 30th. Field day activities will include: Ball hopper racing, Black Belt Academy, Spoon egg challenge, Obstacle course, Giant cup stack relay, Sack Races, Snow cone rest station, tug of war, and finally frog toss. Activities will start promptly at 815am. Students will rotate through the activities by their grade level and class. See below for the schedule

April 29th

Time Grade level

815-10:00 Second Grade

10:25-12:10 Kindergarten

1235-220 First

Time Grade level

815-10:00 5th

10:25-12:10 4th

1235-220 3rd

Virtual learners wishing to participate will be welcome to join other virtual students in person for the field day fun. They will rotate in person with their virtual teacher and enjoy the activities offered. We will also be offering a virtual field day for our distance learners who choose not to join us in person for our field day event. It will be in much the same format as the field day of last year. A virtual field day link will be sent out as we approach the date. We look forward to an awesome 1st annual field day event. Field day is always a highlight of the school year. We are excited to offer this event for students!

Virtual Students please let us know you are coming by clicking on the link below!


Please let us know if your virtual learner will be on campus for field day!

End of Year Information

Final House Assembly: May 17th Outdoors 3rd-5th 8:00-8:30 & K-2nd from 8:45-9:15 Will be broadcast via Facebook Live for Parents

Grade Level Assemblies: Outdoor Assembly located at the bus loop. Parents of students who will be receiving an award are invited to attend and will be contacted by teacher.

Kindergarten: May 17th @ 9:30AM

1st Grade: May 18th @ 9:30 AM **time change since last newsletter

2nd Grade: May 18th @ 8:30AM**time change since last newsletter

3rd Grade: May 19th @ 10:30 AM

4th Grade: May 19th @ 8:30 AM

5th Grade: May 21st after last walk @ ~ 8:30AM

Virtual Talent Show: May 20th 8:15-9:15

End of Year Parties:

On May 20th each grade level (K-4) will celebrate the end of the school year with a fun dance party outside at the bus loop. Parties will begin at 9:30 with grade levels rotating through. Virtual students are welcome to join us as well. Parents are welcome to come grab some pictures and visit with the class outside.

9:30-10:15: 4th Grade

10:30-11:15: 2nd Grade

11:30-12:15: Kindergarten

12:30-1:15: 3rd Grade

1:30-2:15: 1st Grade

5th Grade Activities:

May 17th: Frontier Park from 9-1

Activities throughout the week within classrooms/grade level

May 21st: Final Walk & Assembly 8:15 AM

5th Grade will take their final walk on campus outside rather than through the building. Parents will line the front carline area on both sides with posters and/or words of congratulations for students as they walk through heading to the bus loop for their final assembly. All awards will be given at this event.

Talent Show

Mark your calendar! The new date for our Stuber Talent Show is May 20th at 8:15-9:15 a.m.

A link will be sent to virtual students and parents the morning of the show.

Prosper ISD School Board Election

Our Prosper ISD school board serves our school community in profound ways. Make sure your voice is heard regarding the upcoming election. Absentee voting begins Monday, April 19th. Election Day is May 1st!

Denton County Voter Eligibility & Polling Information

Collin County Voter Eligibility & Polling Information


April 19th: Prosper Board Meeting/ Early Voting Begins

April 29th: K-2 Field Day

April 30th: 3-5 Field Day

May 3rd: Professional Learning Day/ No School for Students/ Eager Eaglets for New Kinder Students

May 3rd-7th: Teacher Appreciation Week

May 10th-14th: STAAR Testing for Grades 3-5

May 17th: Last House Assembly/Kinder Outdoor Honors Assembly @ 9:30 AM/ 5th Grade Picnic @ Frontier Park 9AM-1PM (Info coming soon)

May 18th: 1st Grade Outdoor Honors Assembly @ 8:30 AM/ 2nd Grade @ 9:30 AM

May 19th: 4th Grade Outdoor Honors Assembly @ 8:30/ PHS Senior Walk @ 9:30AM/ 3rd Grade Outdoor Honors Assembly @ 10:30

May 20th: Virtual Talent Show/ EOY Parties (Info Coming Soon)

May 21st: 8: 15AM 5th Grade Final Walk (Parents Line Front Loop for students to walk through towards bus loop for assembly) Outdoor Honors Assembly to follow

May 21st: 9:30 AM- Virtual K-4 Classroom Celebrations

***Please be aware that larger events are subject to change based on a variety of factors including COVID 19.

1 to 1 Chromebook Next Year

Prosper ISD will implement a 1:1 Chromebook initiative next year. Click here to learn more!

Kinder Connection- Welcoming New Kinder Friends to Prosper ISD

Each year Prosper ISD hosts Eager Eaglets (Kinder Connection) to welcome newly Prosper ISD Kindergarten students. This year, the event will tentatively take place on May 3rd. There will be three time slots available for parents to register for the event. Only families who have formally registered as a Kindergarten student for the 21-22 school year will receive information to sign up. The event includes an opportunity to tour the building, hear about life as a Kindergarten student, meet key people including the nurse/SRO officer/administration, read a book in the library, and more! Be sure to pass this information along to your friends who will be new to Stuber! Registration for the 21-22 school year is now open!

*** Please be aware that this event is subject to change due to COVID 19.