Eagle Eye

September 3, 2019

School Hours

First Bell: 7:50

Tardy Bell: 8:00

Attendance Time: 9:20

Dismissal: 3:20

All check outs must be completed by 2:50.

School Calendar

Check out what's going on at ESE!

Reporting an Absence

Please report all student absences to our Attendance line: 281-641-3103. You may also send a written excuse note, Doctor's note, or an email to your student's teacher or the registrar at shannon.wild@humbleisd.net. Please include your student's full name, teacher, reason for the absence, and dates of absence in any phone call or correspondence to the school. Any unreported student absences will be listed as "Unexcused" until proper documentation is received by the front office.

Picking Up Students in Front Office

Any person picking a student up in the front office must present an ID and be listed as a contact on the student's contact list. Requests for any additions or changes to a student's contact information may be submitted to the registrar via written request or emailed to shannon.wild@humbleisd.net. Thank you for your cooperation and helping keep our students safe!

We Love Our Volunteers

We LOVE our volunteers but we are serious about keeping our kiddos safe. District policy states that all those who wish to volunteer must fill out an application every year. Start your application today! Volunteer activities may include Room Parent, field trip chaperone, Mystery Reader, Workroom or Library helper, etc. Thanks for your cooperation in helping keep our school a safe place.

Students Eating Breakfast

Students eating breakfast at school should arrive early enough to eat and be in class no later than 8:00. Students still eating breakfast in the cafeteria at 8:00 or later will be counted Tardy.

No School September 23

Elementary students will have a FULL DAY release on September 23.

Fall Picture Day September 24

Get those outfits ready for Fall Picture Day on Tuesday, September 24th. Keep an eye on your child's folder for more information.

Meet Ashlyn

Dear Friends of Eagle Springs Elementary,

My name is Ashlyn Singleton and I will be attending third grade this year. I am very excited for a great school year! I look forward to seeing my friends and making new ones. My mom and dad want you to know that I am very unique. I was born with a rare condition called Achondroplasia. This causes me to be short in size because my bones grow at a slow rate. I am much smaller than my classmates, but I am a regular kid that can do anything anyone else can do. My parents tell me that no two people are the same and we should celebrate our differences. I’m just small, that’s all. If you would like to know more about my short stature, feel free to visit the Understanding Dwarfism website at www.udprogram.com.

Here are some facts my parents would like to share about Achondroplasia:

· Dwarfism occurs in all races and ethnicities.

· Over 80% of Little People are born to average height parents.

· It is very rare to have any type of mental impairment with dwarfism.

· People with dwarfism are Little People and should only be referred to by their name. The word “midget” is considered highly offensive as is any racial or ethic slur.

If you have any questions, my parents are open to answering them.

Thank you for taking the time to read about me and I look forward to seeing you at school!

Your schoolmate,

Ashlyn

Spirit Night at Marble Slab

It is time for our first Spirit Night! Spirit night will be at Marble Slab/ Great American Cookie company - All day on Tuesday, Sept 10. Be sure to stop by for some ice cream and a cookie and help support our school!

Gold Fight Win

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Because we believe that TOGETHER we can find a cure for this awful disease, three LOCAL non profit organizations, Addi's Faith Foundation, L3 and Mother's Against Cancer have joined forces with Humble ISD to Go Gold!

Join us on Friday, September 13th at 7pm for the Atascocita VS Kingwood football game at Turner Stadium. Wear your GOLD and help us light up the stadium in honor of those children battling cancer. We encourage all of our ESE students to wear gold to school on Friday September 13.

GT Referral and Testing

GT Referral Window is August 26th - September 27th. During this time parents may refer a student by going to the Advanced Academics website.(https://www.humbleisd.net/Page/48458) All referrals will be online this year. Testing for 1st - 5th grade will take place on our campus during a window between September 30th - December 20th, 2019. The Building Selection Committee will determine placement in the G/T program by January 31, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact Elain Dabney, Extended Learning Teacher, at 281-641-3121 or elain.dabney@humbleisd.net. You may also go to Mrs. Dabney’s website for more information on testing and the assessment calendar.


All parents and students are invited to attend our "Community Connections" information seminars aimed at enhancing one's knowledge and awareness of key issues related to advanced academics and post-secondary preparation. We hope that you'll be able to join us!

bit.ly/GTcommunity

GT: “Should I Refer?

August 29, 2019 - 6 pm at

Eggers Instructional Support Center (ISC)

Learn more about the characteristics of gifted children and the Humble ISD identification process. This session is ideal for parents/guardians of students in grades K-11.

Order Your Yearbook Now!

Yearbooks are on sale now and cost $30. Don't wait! Order your yearbook online now!

After School Spanish Classes

Language Kids offers Spanish classes after school on Tuesdays at ESE. Please check out the flyer below for more information and details on how to register your child.

Boo to the Flu!

Eagle Springs Elem 3rd annual BOO TO THE FLU CONTEST. Get your flu shot and make sure you turn in your proof of your flu shot to Nurse Amanda or Nurse Stephanie for a special prize and the class with the most flu shot records turned in will get a party.

Don't Forget Your Water Bottle!

It is still extremely hot outside!!

Nurse Amanda, Nurse Stephanie and Coach K would like to remind you to please make sure you bring a water bottle everyday. It is very hot and we take frequent water breaks to prevent any type of dehydration and heat exhaustion. Please make sure that water bottles are labeled. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Nurse Amanda or Nurse Stephanie at 281-641-3105

Eagle Shout Out

Would you like to send a special Shout Out to your student or a staff member at ESE? Shout Outs can be purchased for $5 with all money going to the ESE technology department and will be featured on the Eagle Student News. Shout Outs are great for birthdays, thank you notes, good luck, special wishes, congratulations, etc… The news is recorded in advance so make sure to submit your Shout Out Form and money at least one week in advance to ensure that it will air on the correct date. Please contact Kasey Davis with any questions.
Eagle Points for Parents

Everything you need to know about going to school at ESE.

ESE PTO

Visit the PTO website for Spirit Shop items, membership dues, party fund, volunteer opportunities and more!