School Picture Online Ordering Info
Picture day was Wednesday, 10/6. Every student had their pictures taken, regardless if pictures were purchased or not.
If you did not send your student with a picture order form, you can still order online at https://vando.imagequix.com/P9M6G96?keyword=PTPUC&code=PTPUC . If you are prompted to put in a code, it is PTPUC . Click October, then scroll all the way down to Reno ES (Springtown ISD) Fall 2021 October 6th, 2021. You will be prompted to enter in your email address and then packages will display.
There will be a picture retakes at a later date. We will also have individual and class pictures in the Spring as well.
Springtown ISD Bond Information
EARLY VOTING in the upcoming election begins in less than two weeks (October 18th)! The November ballot will include an opportunity to vote "FOR" or "AGAINST" Springtown ISD's $41M bond proposal designed to fund a new elementary campus, a new welding shop/CTE classrooms at SHS, and additional classrooms and bathrooms at both SIS and SMS.
Less than 1,300 voters participated in last year's bond election. Please help spread the word about this year's election by sharing the link below and encouraging a high level of participation by informed voters.
Mark Your Calendars
Link to Pre-Register for Grandparents' Day
It is important for teachers and parents to discuss a child's progress and with the first 9 weeks coming to an end, October is the perfect time for parent/teacher conferences.
Your child's teacher will be reaching out to schedule a time to conference with you regarding the progress your child is making this school year.
We look forward to meeting with you soon!
Thursday Orange Folders
- Upcoming events
- Graded papers
- Progress Reports (every 5th week of the 9 weeks). This will let you know the progress your student is making before the report card is sent home the 9th week of school.
- Report Cards every nine weeks. Report cards for the first nine weeks will be sent home October 22nd.
- Other important school announcements
1) At the elementary level, students are considered absent if they come to school 20 minutes after the start of the school day or if they are checked out from school 20 minutes before the end of the school day.
-Upon returning to school after being absent, late to school, leaving early from school, or sent home, the student must bring a note that is signed by the parent/guardian that describes the reason for the absence
-When a student incurs three or more unexcused absences within a four-week period, the law requires the school to send notice to the parent. The notice will:
- Remind the parent of his or her duty to monitor the student’s attendance and require the student to attend school;
- Request a conference between school administrators and the parent; and
- Inform the parent that the district will initiate truancy prevention measures.
A court of law may impose penalties against the parent if a school-aged student is deliberately not attending school. The district may file a complaint against the parent if the student incurs ten or more unexcused absences within a six-month period in the same school year.
2) Attendance for Credit or Final Grade (All Grade Levels) To receive credit or a final grade in a class, a student must attend the class at least 90 percent of the days it is offered. A student who attends fewer than 90 percent of the days the class is offered will be referred to the attendance review committee. The committee will determine whether there are extenuating circumstances for the absences and how the student can regain credit or a final grade.
*Please note students who are positive for COVID (with appropriate documentation) do NOT incur unexcused absences, therefore the above attendance laws do NOT pertain. Students who are electively quarantined (with appropriate documentation) will be excused absences as well.
Student Absence Notifications
Parents can now enter a future absence through Family Access. *Please note that an absence note still has to be sent to the office via paper or email.
To enter future absences in family access, go to absence requests. This will notify the school that the student will be absent.
*Any time your child is absent, please send a note to school so the absence can be coded accordingly.
Parents and students can access their bus stop location, route, and pick up time on the Traversa Ride 360™ mobile app. The app uses GPS geolocation to show bus arrivals each day, drastically reducing support calls.
Access to real-time data ensures that students are at the right place at the right time.
- See stop location, assigned route, and scheduled pick up time
- GPS geolocation shows when to expect the bus each day
- Consistent and up to date with routes set in Traversa
- Mobile, Easy to Use
Traversa Ride 360 can be accessed via the web or mobile app.
Please use the following link to register for Springtown ISD Ride 360 app. Reminder you may also download the app using any Smart phone. Springtown ISD Transportation department will be utilizing the Traversa Ride 360 applications throughout the year to notify parents of any changes to the route or times.
Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Students do have the option to purchase items such as chips and/or ice cream with a note that states the have parent permission to purchase these items. This note will be kept on file all year.
Ice Cream and Chips are $1 each.
K-4th Lunch Menu
Pre-K Lunch Menu
Family Access is a website that allows you to keep up with your child's grades. If you do not have Family Access and would like to sign up, return this form to Joann Reyna @firstname.lastname@example.org