Williams Elementary - November 2021
November 2 No School, Election Day
November 6 12th Annual Flags For Our Heroes
November 6 Girls On The Run 5K Marathon
November 8-18 Student Council Food Drive
November 8 Last Day to Order Student Square One Art Work
November 9 3rd & 4th Math Interim Testing
November 11 3rd & 4th Reading Interim Testing
November 11 Breakfast for Veterans
November 13 Flag Retrieval for Flags For Our Heroes
November 19 Student Book Character Parade (More Info Coming)
November 22-26 Thanksgiving Holidays
December 15 Last Day to Order Yearbooks
Meet Our New PTO Board
Co-President Kaiyln Correa
Co-President Michelle Salvatierra
Vice President Samantha Johnson
Secretary Sarah Satterwhite
Treasurer Lauren Estrada
Communications Secretary Rebecca Schrimsher
Volunteer Coordinator Kayla Midkiff
Parent Liaison Vanessa Marquez (campus staff)
Congratulations to our new PTO Board members! We know that they have lots of ideas and ways to help make Williams even more amazing!
Use the QR code above to follow them on Facebook!
Williams Fall Book Character Pumpkin Contest
1st Place - Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse, Mrs. Kurten's 2nd Grade Class
2nd Place - The Greedy Triangle, Mrs. Lott's 2nd Grade Class
3rd Place - Popcorn, Mrs. Stringer's Kindergarten Class
Williams Student of the Month
Car Rider Line
Cars will continue to enter one way through the driveway closest to Jack in the Box. All cars will exit through the driveway that is closest to the gym fence/church. Staff members will receive students outside until 8:25. After this time, students will need to enter by the main office doors, next to the flagpole. No student drop off will be allowed in the bus drive prior to 8:25. Instruction begins at 8:30.
Lunch With Your Child Is Back!
I want to take this opportunity to give our student council a shout out for all they do for our school. They helped coordinate our Red Ribbon Week, they assist with lost and found, and this month they are helping with a school wide food drive from
November 8-18 for our community.
We are grateful for our student council!
What are you grateful for?
What We Are Learning in November:
Attitude of Gratitude: Elevate Your Perspective
Evaluate why challenges are beneficial to our success. Assess why it is important to find the positives in a challenging situation.
We can elevate our perspective when we show an Attitude of Gratitude!
Skills for Life:
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns at email@example.com or 281-356-6866 ext. 3407.
Counsel. Educate. Advocate. Empower.
All transportation changes must be made by 2:45 pm every day so that we can ensure that your child's teacher receives the notification on time and that we can follow through with your request. No changes will be accepted after this time. All changes must be made by sending a note or calling the front office at (281) 356-6866. Changes can not be made through your child's teacher.
Early Student Pick Up
Early student check outs must be done by 3:00 pm.
Drop off times
Doors on the Buddy Riley side of the building are open for regular drop off from 7:45 am until 8:25 am. Students dropped off after 8:25 am will need to enter through the front doors by the flag pole.
If you would like to send your child's class cupcakes or cookies, they must be ordered through the MISD Nutrition Department. At this time, outside food is not allowed. Forms to order cupcakes and cookies are at the front desk.
If you are new to Williams Elementary or if you did not fill out the free and reduced lunch form last year, please click here to fill it out.
Dream It, Believe It, Achieve It
Empowering learners and leaders who will create a
better present and future.
Williams Elementary is committed to providing a safe and positive learning environment where everyone feels valued and empowered. We are a community of learners who continuously develop relationships, seek relevance, and embrace rigorous challenges.