Family Newsletter April 23-27
Camp Grady Spruce
Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive
Safety Drills For April
This month, we will be practicing two safety drills. We will practice how to evacuate the building in case of fire, and a shelter drill to practice for in the event of a tornado. These drills help us teach students the processes needed to be successful during a possible emergency and ensure that we are prepared in case of an emergency.
A Dollop of Dyslexia
Expect less written work
A person with dyslexia may be verbally bright but struggle to put ideas into writing.
Allow more time for reading, listening and understanding.
Prepare a printout of homework and stick it in their book
Provide numbered steps, e.g. 1. Do this. 2. Do that etc.
Please consider clicking on the link provided below and join our Seguin's Family Communication Remind 101 class. We are excited to announce that we will use this app to communicate with you. This app is also available in Spanish. We will use this to deliver emergency information, inclement weather, and campus information. Please let us know if you have any questions!
Free and Reduced Lunch
Please take the time to fill out the free and reduced meal application. Whether you qualify or not, filing out this application will help the success of our students through federal programs.
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After School Traffic Patterns
Every minute Counts!
· School Starts at 7:40am and the final bell rings at 7:50am.
· Your student’s attendance directly affects their success and we want them to SUCCEED!
· 3 Parent Notes for excused absences will be accepted for each student per year.
· If your student has 10+ unexcused absences in a 6 month period, your case will be referred to attendance court.
· If your student has 18+ total absences, excused or unexcused, the attendance committee will review absences and create a program for credit recovery in order to prevent retention.