Nance News

October 21, 2016

It's Carnival Time!

Please join us tomorrow, October 22 for the PTA Fall Carnival from 2:00-6:00! There will be lots of fun, bounce houses, food, and games! In-N-Out will be here to serve delicious burgers ($5). It will be the final day to vote for sliming the teachers! Who will earn the most money and be slimed?


There are some amazing silent auction baskets to bid on, as well! Saturday is also the last day for the Book Fair! Join us tomorrow from 2:00-6:00!

Socktober Celebration!!

Student Council would like to thank you for your month long Socktober Sock it to Drugs support. The drive was a huge success with an amazing collection of 1,211 socks overall for the Community Store House. Third grade collected 297 pairs of socks, the highest number of socks overall, and gets to have a Crazy Hair AND Sock Day on Tuesday the 25th.


It was a lot of fun watching the students keeping an eye on all the boxes each morning as they entered the building. Our goal is to teach students empathy and that they can make a difference in the lives of other children and families. These small gestures show them that they do matter and can make a difference in our community.


Thank you again for your support!

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Sign up for Text Messages from Nance Elementary

If you don't receive text message from Nance, please do so. It is the best way to stay informed! Mrs. Bowles sent out a text message this afternoon about fundraiser pickup and the fall carnival, if you didn't get the text, please check your settings in eSchool to enroll or you can opt in. in eSchool settings, you must have a cell text in the eSchool category. Or you can opt in by texting 'Y' to 67587 to get text messages.



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Red Ribbon Week October 24-28

Red Ribbon Week

We are joining teens, parents, teachers, and other citizens across America in celebrating Red Ribbon Week (October 23-31), the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation. Please see attached for the daily student activities.


Monday, October 24- Wear your blue "On the Trail to Success" t-shirt

Tuesday, October 25- Crazy hair day

Wednesday, October 26- Hat day

Thursday, October 27- Pajamas and slippers (don't forget your athletic shoes for PE)

Friday, October 28- Story book Character Day- see additional information in this newsletter about Story book Character Day rules.

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Storybook Character Day: October 28

Due to the recent clown hysteria, Northwest ISD is limiting the Storybook Character Parade Day that many campuses host to the following restrictions for the costumes: There cannot be any of the following: face paint, head gear or head wear, no face masks, weapons, no scary character costumes. If you are not sure if the storybook character is appropriate for school, then it's probably not! Students should wear their school clothes under their storybook character costume. They will take their costumes off after the sing-a-long.

News from Coach Renteria

Watch D.O.G.S. Wanted!

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It's not too late to be a Watch Dog. Please complete the volunteer background check found on the Northwest ISD website and email Mrs. Welch when you receive your confirmation.

awelch@nisdtx.org

Deep Dish Discussions with Dr. Warren

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NISD to host Deep Dish Discussions

Northwest ISD and the Northwest ISD Council of PTAs will host Deep Dish Discussions with Superintendent Ryder Warren this fall, where community members can learn about the current state and future of the school district.

Join Dr. Warren and district leaders for the inside scoop on Northwest ISD’s academic future, growth projections and details on the Texas Legislature’s upcoming session. Collaborate on issues facing public education and Northwest ISD and enjoy a dish of ice cream at one of three meetings:

  • Oct. 26 – Byron Nelson High School
  • Nov. 2 – Eaton High School
  • Dec. 6 – Northwest High School

All meetings will take place 6-7 p.m. in the host school’s student union. Community feedback from the meeting will be used to help Northwest ISD prepare for the future.

Reminders:

Career Day Speakers Wanted

Mrs. Welch, our counselor, is looking for parent volunteers who would like to come speak to our students about their careers. Mrs. Welch is scheduling speakers for January- May. If you are interested and/or want more information, please contact her at awelch@nisdtx.org

or 817-698-1950.

Lunch Time Changes

We have made some adjustments to our schedule during the school day. This has impacted lunch times for most grade levels. The new lunch schedule beginning Tuesday, October 11, will be:

Pre-K – 10:45

K – 10:50

1st – 11:30

2nd – 12:00

3rd – 12:10

4th – 11:00

5th – 12:35

Important Events


October 22- Fall Carnival 2:00-6:00

October 22- Book Fair is open 2:00-6:00

October 25- Birthday Jamie Robinson

October 24- 28- Red Ribbon Week

October 28- Storybook Character Parade Day and Sing-a-Long

October 31- Teacher Slime Day

November 1- Extended PLC Day 1

November 2- Extended PLC Day 2

November 4- End of 2nd Six Weeks

November 4- K-1 Awards Assembly 8:00

November 9- Thanksgiving luncheon- all grade levels

November 11- Veteran's Day Program 8:15

November 14- 2-3 Awards Ceremony 8:00

November 16- 4-5 Awards 8:00

November 19-27- Thanksgiving Break

November 28- School Resumes

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