Hailey Parent Update
- 20-24 Thanksgiving Holiday
- 29 Grinch Day - Wear green!
- 30 3rd Grade Field Trip to Houston Zoo
- 1 Jingle Bell Run - information to come (weather day Dec 8)
- 1-9 Hailey PTA Candy Grams on sale during lunch $1
- 5-12 1st Grade Polar Express (each class has assigned day - wear pajamas)
- 9 Hailey PTA Pancakes with Santa
- 14 Hailey PTA Meeting @ 5:30pm
- 14 3rd Grade program @ 6:00pm
- 15 Hailey Holiday Sing-A-Long
- 15 Grade Level Holiday Parties
- 15 Early Release @ 12:10pm
- Dec 18-January 2 Winter Break
- 3 Students return
- 12 Spelling Bee
- 12 Report Cards go home
- MLK Day Holiday
Thank You Mr. Stabach & 2nd grade
for celebrating our Veterans!
Thank You Center Court Pizza for donating
the delicious pizza for our Best Buddy Program!
School Calendar Process
The Conroe ISD District Level Planning and Decision Making Committee is open to receiving calendar scenarios from our community. Please look at the overview on the website below to ensure your submission meets all the requirements. Once your calendar is complete, you can upload your calendar.
Thank you CMI for the generous turkey donations!
Hailey Watch DOGS!
WATCH D.O.G.S.® (Dads Of Great Students) is a family and community engagement educational initiative. There are 2 primary goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program:
1. To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.
2. To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
We believe that all of us want the same things for our kids and these values unite us. This program serves to bring communities closer together based on these values-based goals. Ultimately, our purpose is to change the country for the better by doing our small part to provide support to our educators and encouragement to our children.
Follow the steps below to get started!
Door Dash deliveries for student lunches are not accepted at school.
CISD GT Application Window
October 1st marks the opening of the GT REFERRAL WINDOW. Parents, teachers, counselors, and administration can refer any student for GT testing. We will be collecting referral forms from October 2 - December 15, 2023. Please ask your child's teacher for a GT referral form.
Become a Library Volunteer!
The library is in need of parent volunteers to work one shift a week or one shift every other week. Library volunteers help check out books to students, return books to the shelves, and work on specials projects. Volunteering in the library is a great way to meet other parents and get involved with the school.
Morning Volunteer Shift
8:20 - 10:50 Classes include Grades 1-3.
Afternoon Volunteer Shift
1:10 - 2:50 Classes include Kindergarten and 4th grade.
Pre-K volunteers work on an as needed basis.
Lunch Visitor Schedule
- PK, 2nd, and 4th grade lunch visits are on Monday and Wednesday.
- Kindergarten, 1st, and 3rd grade lunch visits on Tuesday and Thursday.
- Fridays are for working parents.
Lunch Visitor Policy
Safety is a top priority in CISD and at Hailey Elementary School. All lunch visitors must be listed as an Emergency Contact or accompanied by a parent. If a visitor arrives who is not on the Emergency Card they will not be allowed to have lunch with the student. Please be aware of this policy.
Hailey staff will monitor the number of visitors to several grade levels. Due to space issues, lunches for several grades may become sign up only.
CP Cheer is going to Nationals!
At College Park High School we work very hard to control costs and offer fundraising opportunities for our teams, but each cheerleader will be responsible for more than $2,000.00 in expenses over the next 6 months. In an effort to avoid charging individuals for all needed items, we conduct fundraising to offset the cost. We never want cost to be the reason that keeps our athletes from participating in the activity they love.
Now's your chance to join the winning team and support our cheerleaders! Grab your raffle tickets today for a chance to win big while helping us spread cheer and spirit!
From the clinic:
From the clinic:
Snack Time at Home
Kids always seem to be hungry! Whether school being out for the next 10 days for our Thanksgiving break or when they come bounding through the door after school, empty bellies abound! Their minds and bodies have been busy all day, and while you don’t want to spoil their appetites for dinner, they need something to tide them over. Don’t miss the chance to make that “something” as nutritious as possible! There’s nothing wrong with the occasional plate of freshly baked cookies as a special treat, but getting kids used to reaching for an apple instead will give them the energy they need for sports and homework, while also setting them up for healthy habits down the road.
After-School (and Anytime) Snack Ideas
The first thing you can do to help your kiddos create healthy snack habits is to set yourself up for success. Limit the amount of junk food you have in the house, and stock the fridge and pantry with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat or fat-free dairy products. Bonus: If only (or almost only) healthy options are available, you don’t have to be the bad guy by always saying no.
Below are some of our favorite nutritious snack ideas – for after school, or anytime – organized by how quickly you can pull them off. Because, let’s be honest, some days, removing the packaging is about all that’s possible.
On the Fly
- Low-fat string cheese and a piece of fruit
- Low-fat cottage cheese with fruit
- Whole-grain crackers topped with low-fat cheese slices
- Sliced apples topped with low-fat cheese slices
- Graham crackers with nut butter
- Sliced apples, bananas or other fruit with nut butter
- Whole-grain rice cakes topped with nut butter and sliced bananas or other fruit
- Baked tortilla chips with salsa or bean dip
- Low-sodium sliced turkey wrapped around slices of cucumber, bell peppers or carrots
- Ready-to-go or pre-cut veggies (think baby carrots, sugar snap peas, cherry tomatoes and broccoli) served with a healthy dip like hummus, honey mustard, salsa or bean dip
Requires a Little Forethought
- Frozen grapes or bananas: Pop them in the freezer the night before for a cold, healthy treat that makes fruit more fun.
- Baked apple chips: Thinly slice an apple (use a mandolin if you have it) and place slices on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake at 200 degrees for two hours.
- Fruit-and-cheese kabobs: Everything’s more fun on a stick! Just skewer diced fruit and cubes of low-fat cheese on a popsicle stick for an easy snack.
- Seasoned popcorn: Move aside, butter and salt. Give plain popcorn some personality with salt-free, store-bought spices like chipotle powder, lemon pepper, or pumpkin pie spice, or try fancier combos like freshly grated parmesan and chopped rosemary, or chili powder and the zest and juice of a lime.
- Trail mix: Let the kids create their own trail mix blends with ingredients like nuts (almonds, pistachios), seeds (pumpkin, sunflower), dried fruit (cranberries, apricots), grains (pretzels, popcorn, whole-grain cereal) and sweets (coconut flakes, mini chocolate or peanut butter chips).
- Mini sandwiches: Make a few full-size sandwiches (try nut butter and banana slices, or low-sodium turkey and low-fat cheese) and cut them into fun shapes with cookie cutters.
- Smoothies or slushies: Only in this category because of the cleanup! Blend ice with fresh or frozen fruit, nuts, and some yogurt, low-fat milk or almond milk for a delicious and nutritious snack. Try adding a different veggie (think carrots, beets, spinach and kale) each time, and have your kids guess the mystery ingredient.
- Health(ier) baked goods: Bake a loaf of banana or zucchini bread for the week, or add fruits (bananas, berries) or veggies (shredded carrots, zucchini) to muffins or other baked goods your family already loves. Experiment with swapping applesauce for oil and yogurt for buttermilk or sour cream for some extra nutrition.
- Edible Art: From a strawberry octopus to a veggie train made of hollowed-out bell peppers, carrot-stick cargo and cucumber wheels, Pinterest is the limit when it comes to creative snacking. Better yet, set out a variety of healthy ingredients and let your kids’ imaginations run wild.
Do you have a PAC account for your child?
Fun Fact: Out of the 622 students enrolled in Hailey, only 432 families have a PAC account! A PAC (Parent Access Center) allows parent access to school information about their child. By logging into Parent Access, you can check your child's grades, assignments, and attendance.
To access your child’s information online you must register for an account.
Please go to the following link and follow the directions below:
Click the “Student/Parent” tab
Click on “Parent Access Center”
Sam K. Hailey Elementary
12051 Sawmill Road The Woodlands, TX 77380
Office: 832-663-4100 Fax: 832-663-4199 Bus Barn: 832-592-8800
The Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding these non-discrimination policies: Title IX Coordinator, 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936)-709-7700 and the Section 504/ADA Coordinator, 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7670.