Foussat Weekly Happenings

Friday, May 27, 2022

Good Evening Foussat Families,

I'm happy to say that we had a great turnout for our Open House on Wednesday. I was able to visit almost every classroom and see all of the great things on display for parents to see. This was also the first time in two year that we were able to host Open House and I have to say that it was heartwarming to have parents back on campus. The news and updates for the week are:

  • Our students had a great time learning about college and careers this week. We have a future doctor, dancer, baker and business woman in the works right now!
  • On June 2nd the office will be open from 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM for anyone who needs help registering for the 22/23 school year. Please stop by if you need help!
  • The Talent Show is scheduled for June 2 at 6:00 PM. Everyone is welcome to watch our talented performers!
  • Our book fair was also a great success - we had many parents and students stopping by it at Open House. I think there's going to be some fun reading adventures this summer!
  • Fifth grade promotion is scheduled Wednesday, June 8 at 9:00 AM.
  • Kinder promotion will be on Thursday, June 9 at 9:00
  • Looking ahead Wednesday, June 8 and Thursday June 9 will be minimum days. All students will be dismissed at 1:05.


Some information for you to keep in mind...

  • A reminder for next year...every 5 years, as required by board policy, elementary school schedules change. Beginning in the fall of 22/23 school year, grades 1 - 5 will be in school from 8:15 AM - 2:55 PM, minimum day will be 8:15 AM - 12:25 PM. TK and kinder students will attend from 8:15 AM to 2:10 PM. Minimum days will be from 8:15 AM - 12:25 PM.
  • We've had some new kinder students register since last week. The window for kinder registration is now open - if you have an incoming kinder student or know someone that does, make sure to get an early start on registration.


As you know, this week we heard once again about the tragic killing of elementary school students in Texas. It's something that is hard to understand and defies reasoning. If you or your student are experiencing any kind of trauma from this incident, please do not hesitate to contact us so that we can help you in any way that we can. Please keep the families of these children in your thoughts and prayers throughout the week.

That's all for now, have a safe weekend and ... don't forget to tell you children how much you love them and appreciate them. And of course, take time to read as a family every night!

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