Operation Gratitude & Student Council Book Drive

Operation Gratitude:

Our School would like to do something to help and honor those military personnel still serving and Veterans.   Please see the list of items that we are collecting below.  If you would like to donate please send the items to school with your child or you may drop them by the office on or before Thursday, November 15th.  If you have any questions about this program, please contact Mrs. Amy Osteen (P.E. coach).  Thank you for your help.

Student Council Book Drive
Student Council is hosting a book drive on campus to collect children’s books for students attending other Round Rock ISD elementary schools as well as other students in our community.  The Book Drive will be from Monday, Nov. 5th to Thursday, Nov. 15th. Please drop off new or gently used children’s books to Mrs.Macre’s office. Thank you!

Red Ribbon Week


T-Shirts & Upcoming Field Trip


An order form went home last Thursday asking you to please complete and turn in along with $5.00 for your child so they can wear their class shirt on field trips, field day and assemblies.  They can also wear it on Fridays to show Sommer Pride.  The deadline to turn in money is on Thursday, September 13. 

Our first field trip is scheduled for Thursday, October 25 at Crowe's Nest Farm.  A field trip permission form will be sent very soon.  There will be an option for you to send a sack lunch or you can buy a sack lunch already made from the cafeteria.  Also, if you would like to volunteer and attend the trip, please go to Volunteer @ Round Rock ISD and submit an online form.  Please note this is also required if you are interested in volunteering in the classroom.  

Thank you and have a great day!

Great First Week!

Dear Families,  We had a SUPER first 2 days of school.  We have been learning about the rules in the different areas of the school: cafeteria, playground, hallway & classroom.  We will continue to discuss the rules next week & do some fun things to help us learn about each other. Upcoming Events: Tues, Aug. 21 - Parent Information Night 6:00-7:15 Please plan to attend this important presentation.  We will be sharing curriculum information, the class discipline plan and other important things about our school.
Mon., Sept. 3rd- No School Thanks for all your help and support the first two days.  I also appreciate all the donations that were sent this week.  I hope you all have a great weekend.  Looking forward to another great week!

Summer Time!

Dear Parents,

We had a tremendous year of learning, growth and FUN. It is hard to believe that this year is coming to a close. Your child has made a great deal of progress this year and in an effort to keep that momentum going, I have included a list of suggestions for things to work on over the summer. Remember, learning should be fun!  
Writing: Practice, Practice, Practice! -Work on personal narratives, writing a how-to, lists, poetry, non-fiction writing. -Focus on handwriting. Letters should be formed by starting at the top. -Practice conventions of writing (appropriate capitalization, punctuation, etc.) -Practice writing sight words correctly.

Reading: Daily reading both fiction and non-fiction on their reading level. Discuss comprehension questions both during and after reading. Focus on questions that are found in the text that they can prove (Ex: Who are the characters, setting, etc.) as well as questions that require them to make inferences and connections. Your child can also …