On Wings of Excellence
Dear Andrews Family
Thank you to everyone for being so flexible and respectful of the testing that took place this week. While we normally enjoy having parent volunteers and after-school programs, we needed to make this adjustment in order to provide a secure testing environment. We immensely appreciated your help!
Please read below for information about a plethora of upcoming events and activities. We hope that you and your family have a wonderful weekend!
Joy Lovell, Principal
Monday, May 16th - 20th
- Educational Bosses Week
Monday, May 16th
- Jasper HS student performance for K-2 from 10:00 - 11:00
Tuesday, May 17th
- Senior Reception in the library from 4:45 - 6:00
- EOY party for 4th and 5th grade choirs
Thursday, May 19th
- KG Outdoor Learning Center Field Trip
- 5th Grade tour of PWSH - 10:00 - 2:00
Friday, May 20th
- OLYMPIC DAY!!!!
Tuesday, May 24th
- KG to Fire Safety Town - Rezaie and Eubanks
Wednesday, May 25th
- KG to Fire Safety Town - Durgee and Varnau
Thursday, May 26th
- WATER Day!!!
Friday, May 27th
- Teacher Work Day - no school for students
Monday, May 30th
- No School for teachers or students - Memorial Day Holiday
Hawaiian Falls Tickets
Hawaiian Falls Ticket Sales Have Begun
Celebrate the end of school with a fun outing to Hawaiian Falls, The Colony, on Saturday, June 4. Andrews families will have private use of the park from 6-8:30 p.m., but you may enter the park any time after 10:30 a.m. Unlimited drinks all day. If you’re not able to attend that day, the $20 tickets (with unlimited drinks) are good to use on any regular operating day for the 2016 season. Plan ahead for the summer and purchase as many as you need.
Please remember to stop by the clinic to pick-up your child’s medication on or before the last day of school. Medication cannot be sent home with the student. According to PISD guidelines, all medication that is not picked-up by the last day of school will be destroyed.
If you are planning to bring medication to school for next year, please remember to bring the medication in its original packaging, including the pharmacy prescription label if appropriate. Also, make sure the medication has a current expiration date.
The week before school starts, August 15th – 19th, is a good time to drop off medications, forms, and supplies.
Summer Enrichment Program
Plano Enrichment Program (PEP) Summer School
Registration is currently underway for the Plano Enrichment Program.
PEP is housed at Skaggs Elementary and Rice Middle School.
The PEP program offers a variety of enrichment, as well as, review courses for Kindergarteners to Fifth Graders in a safe, caring and fun environment.
We offer something for everyone!
The program dates are June 8- June 30, Monday-Friday.
Tuition is $150 for 1, two- hour course; or $300 for our half-day program consisting of two courses.
PEP Program hours are 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
We’ll do the driving for you. Free PISD school bus transportation is offered to and from your home school campus to our PEP summer school site.
For more information please visit us our website: www.pisd.edu/summerschool
Come join the fun at PEP!
PLANO WEST WOLFPACK SOCCER CLINIC 2016
Senior Reception Set for May 17
Do you have a graduating senior who previously attended Andrews? They are invited to a special senior reception to celebrate with former Andrews classmates and teachers on Tuesday, May 17, from 4:45-6 p.m. at Andrews. A $500 scholarship also is available to one senior. Deadline to apply is May 3. Click here for more information.
Plano West Tennis Camp
There will be 2 tennis camps held at Plano West this summer for kids 8-14years old. The dates are June 6-10, and August 1-5. To sign up go to Highpointtennis.com , click on the “Classes” tab at the top, then select “Junior Camps”, then scroll down to find your best option for registration. For more information contact Morgen Walker at Morgen.email@example.com.
Plano Senior HS Kitty Camp
The Plano Senior HS Wildcat Theatre department is offering the third annual summer theatre workshop for elementary students June 6-9, 2016. Students having just completed Grades 2nd through 5th are encouraged to attend. Theatre subjects such as acting, mime, mask making, make-up, improvisation, musical theatre and production will be taught by high school theatre students under the direction of professional theatre personnel Lance Morse and Cassidy McQuiston. Classes will be taught in the Doyle Dean Performing Arts Center on the PSHS campus. This year’s hours have been extended to 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., to better serve parents’ schedules. We hope to see lots of young performers! www.pshstheatre.com