2 Elisha M. Pease Communication & Technology Academy Mission Statement: To provide a learning environment where high standards of academic performance is the expectation for all students at Elisha M. Pease Communication & Technology Academy. A balanced instructional program designed to meet the needs of each student will provide the support system for his/her success and every effort will be made to assure that success is enhanced by a safe and pleasant learning environment. The staff will target the whole child which includes his/her academic and emotional well being. The unique features of Communication and Technology will help broaden the opportunities for students so that their fullest academic potential can be realized. PEASE ACADEMY: WHERE THERE ARE NO LIMITS TO SUCCESS. School Mascot: School Uniform: Pease Student Schedule: Teacher Schedule: The Cyber Tiger Colors: Orange, Black, or White Polo Shirts (the only Logo on the shirts are the Logo) - Khaki or Black pants or skirts (there will be NO baggy, cargo, or side pocket pants etc.). If there are belt loops, belts are required either black or brown. All shirts must be tucked in. 8:00 A.M. (students are to be in their seats ready to work) - 3:45 P.M. 4:00-5:00 P.M. - After School Programs 7:40 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. The School s Special Features Production Lab Computer Lab ipad Lab TMNS TV Station FLES Program (Foreign Language in Elementary Schools) Piano Lab After School Programs (to be supervised by after school staff) You can contact the Cyndye C. Blair ~Counselor & Program Coordinator, if you have any questions related to the after school program or
3 PEASE TIGER FACTS & QUESTIONS What time can I drop my child off at school in the morning? School hours are from 8:00-3:45. The school building is open for student drop off at 7:00 a.m. Where can I park when I take my child to school or pick them up after school? The drop off/pick up lanes run east and west on Magnolia Street. What if I can t pick up my child from school and want to change the usual arrangements? Try to take care of this before the school day begins. Calling during the day to leave a message for your child tends to disrupt the learning process. Be sure to also inform the teacher or office of the change. Any changes in your child s pick up arrangements need to be made before noon. What if my child takes medication or if I want to send medicine to school with him/her? Medication must be provided by the parent, along with a written request, and be in the original, properly labeled, container. Please consult with the school nurse regarding medication (prescription and nonprescription). How do I know what clothing my child is allowed to wear to school? Pease Academy is a uniform campus: khaki or black pants, shorts, skirts, jumpers; orange, black or white polo shirts with a collar; orange, black or white sweaters or sweatshirts with collared shirts worn underneath. Fridays are Spirit Days and students are allowed to wear school spirit shirts purchased from the PTA and worn with uniform bottoms. *Garments with belt loops must be worn with a black or brown leather or leather-like belt. What happens if I need to pick up my child early from school? We understand that emergencies come into our lives, but we ask that you make doctor, dentist, etc. appointments for after 3:45 when the instructional day ends. When you check your child out early you cause them to miss out on valuable instructional time. If a trend is noted that you are picking up your child prior to the end of the school day you may be filed on for breach of the attendance guidelines that are required for student s attendance.
4 Polo shirt in orange, black or white Khaki or Black pants, shorts, skorts, jumpers (shorts, etc. 3 above the knee no shorter) CARGO PANTS OR POCKETS DOWN THE LEG ARE NOT ALLOWED Brown or Black belt with belt-loop pants or shorts 1. Students may wear the orange, black or white polo shirt with the Pease logo; however, polo shirts in orange, black or white may be worn without the logo. 2. When the weather is cold or cool, students may wear an orange, black or white turtle neck top with long sleeves or a round v-neck long sleeve top under the short sleeve polo. They must wear these items with a short sleeve polo. A fleece or heavier long sleeve top with a hood attached will be acceptable during winter months as long as tops are in standard school colors of orange, black or white and void of any writing, brand name, trim or art work. IMPORTANT!!! Hoods must be removed from the head while students are inside the school building. 3. Sweaters (pull over or cardigan) worn as a top garment must be in standard colors without a name brand or art work, etc. 4. Coats worn to school can be any color, BUT they must be removed while students are inside the building. Extra large, oversized coats with numerous pockets ARE NOT acceptable and if worn to school, they could be subject to scrutiny. Students might be required to leave them in the office until they depart for home. 5. Pants, skirts, shorts, jumpers, etc. must be of khaki or black color. Type of fabric such as corduroy, wool, etc. is allowable as long as it adherers to the uniform guidelines. The skirts, shorts, jumpers must not be shorter than 3 inches above the knee. 6. Students may not tie sweaters around the waist. 7. Belts, black or brown, are required when belt loops are on pants, shorts or skirts. 8. Bandanas or other head scarves are unacceptable and will not be worn while students are in school. 9. It is important that parents understand that certain sandal and slip on shoes are not safe and often cause injuries or accidents; particularly in PE in the gym and outdoors on the playground. We request that students wear shoes that are appropriate for running, playing volleyball or basket ball. Students who wear sandals or slip on shoes have difficulty participating in these activities.
5 PEASE ACADEMY STAFF ROSTER PRINCIPAL ASST. PRIN. COUNSELOR / PROG. COORD. SECRETARY OFFICE CLERK NURSE Michael Lloyd James Lewallen Cyndye C. Blair Socorro Corrales Amy Bradley, RN GRADE NAME ROOM PRE-K Kathy Beran 110 KINDER Robin Gamboa 101 Shawnna Upshaw 102 Marnie Putnam 103 BIL. K Corina Flores 109 1ST GRADE Wendy Power 104 Lindsey Sargent 105 April Dunn 106 BIL. 1 Margaret Aguirre 107 2ND GRADE Lisa Dominguez 111 Tonya Young 112 Lidra Xiong 113 BIL.2 Linda Clary 106 3RD GRADE Cindy Gilbreath 205 Katie Hooper PB 74 Stacee Burns 207 BIL. 3 Ana Bailey 206 4TH GRADE Melissa Johnson 404 Mary Browning 401 Caitlin Vansteel 403 BIL. 4 Jonathan Castilla 402 5TH GRADE Teresa Gonzalez PB 60 Juan Adame PB 83 Shelia Chambers PB 82 6TH GRADE Emma Gomez PB 52 Francisco Torres PB 3 Jennifer Sublett PB 88
6 PEASE ACADEMY STAFF ROSTER COMPUTER TECH. 201 PRODUCTION LAB Dennis Burns 203 SCIENCE LAB PB6 TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANT Barbara Randolph 201 PROJECT THINK Delia Marquez 214 READING SPECIALIST Marilyn Cunningham 210 READ 180 Marilyn Cunningham / Mark Burkett 204 FINE ARTS Martha Fentem 215 STRINGS Bill DeLavan PB27 P.E. Kristy Hickey Gym FLES Elizabeth Mateus 313 Aracely Salinas 406 RESOURCE Mark Burkett 208 AUTISM SPECIALIST Kristin Bandy SPEECH Kristina Markell 212 DYSLEXIA/ALPHA PH. Gale Holcomb 209 LIBRARIAN Carol James Library LIBRARY ASSISTANT Sherry Stanley Library CUSTODIANS Denison Henry Isaac Cephus CAFETERIA MANAGER CAFETERIA WORKERS Elaine Davis Felicia Goosby Roxana Huerta Nilda Katchmazenski
7 Tiger University Procedures and Information Our program is designed as enrichment for the school day. Many of the classes begin projects and have on going lessons so it is important that your student be in class every day. School rules apply to the after school program and attendance is recorded. Classes are from 4:00-4:45 and students must be picked up by 5:15. If students are picked up after 5:15 more than 2 times during a 6 week period they will be removed from the program for the remainder of that six week period. However, if a parent agrees to have the student ride the bus everyday they will be allowed to continue the program. So that our program can run as efficiently and effectively as possible, the following guidelines for participation in the after school program have been implemented. ***When students are scheduled to attend after school classes, but are picked up before the 5:00 dismissal, parents will need to sign out the students, detailing the reason for the early pick-up. If this happens six times during any twelve week period without a doctor s excuse, the child will be excluded for the rest of the twelve weeks. ***If students are picked up after 5:15 three times during a 12 week session, they will be excluded from the program for the remainder of the twelve week session. The only exception will be if the parent agrees to have students ride the bus every day for the remainder of the 12 week session. ***If students are scheduled to be picked up at 3:45 but are not picked up by 4:00, they will be placed in study hall. The parent will need to park, come into the building, and sign the child out. Consequences will be discussed individually with parents if this happens repeatedly. Students may not wait to be picked up in the office after 4:00 on a regular basis.
8 Dear Pease Tiger Parents, We would like to welcome you to Pease Academy. This year, we will continue to use our C.A.T. behavior incentive plan. The program is designed to promote excellent behavior for our Pease Tigers. The program is named C.A.T. It is an acronym for Cool, Awesome Tiger. It is intended to recognize the students who are consistently following rules and behaving appropriately. It also encourages those who may have trouble following rules to do the right thing. The system consists of a set of guidelines set forth by our campus. These rules are needed to insure student success. Each class will have a notebook that will be used in the classroom. The notebook will also travel with the class to all special places on campus (i.e. P.E., Music, Computer labs, etc.). The notebook is designed to keep a record of student behavior. When a student is being responsible and following the rules, no action will be taken. If a student is having a hard time following the rules, appropriate warnings will be given. If the student chooses not to follow the rules, a check will be placed in the C.A.T. notebook. Every grade level has six (6) checks that are permitted in a six weeks period. If students do not exceed the number of checks, they will become C.A.T.s for the six weeks period. If a student exceeds the number of allowable checks, they will not be a C.A.T. for the six weeks, but will have an opportunity to try again the next six weeks. At the end of each six weeks period, there will be a recognition/reward time for all students who are C.A.T.s. The reward may take place during their P.E./Fine Arts time or at another arranged time and place. There are 2 ways to lose the privilege of attending the C.A.T. party: 1. An office referral. 2. If current C.A.T.s receive more than the six (6) checks during a six weeks period, they will no longer be a C.A.T. They will then try again the next six weeks. We know this program will assist us in creating a fun, safe and orderly campus. It will also recognize those who choose to follow the rules of our campus. Sincerely, Pease Academy Staff
9 MIDLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ELISHA M. PEASE COMMUNICATION & TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY 1700 East Magnolia Street fax: Principal: Michael Lloyd C.A.T. Policy This letter is the protocol for C.A.T., our school wide discipline program. You will receive some form of communication from your child s teacher when your child has a C.A.T. check. It may be a note home, a note in the planner, , phone call, text, or a face to face meeting. We also have uniform standards for contact for the amount of C.A.T. checks your child receives that are listed below: 3rd Cat Check - Parent Phone Call 6th Cat Check - Parent Phone Call 7th Cat Check - Student is out of C.A.T. 8th Cat Check - Parent Conference 10th Cat Check- Discipline Referral 11th Cat Check- Parent Conference 12th Cat Check- Office Referral CAT is also attached to your child s citizenship grade, and it is determined below. E- 0-2 C.A.T. checks S C.A.T. checks N- 7-9 C.A.T. checks U- 10 or more C.A.T.checks Positive Reinforcers In addition to consequences we realize there s a great need for recognition and re-teaching of character traits and social skills. We ve implemented the 2 activities listed below. Fun Friday Every Friday all students that have 0 to 1 CAT checks for the week will get to participate in Fun Friday in the gym. All students with 2 or more CAT checks for that week will meet with Ms. Blair for a character class (Respect Rewind) where she will teach them about the importance of respect. Character Café Every day each teacher will choose one student to go up on the stage to have lunch. The old T.V. from the library has been placed up there and a table will be there to serve 8 students. Any student can receive the Character Cafe award for the day regardless of the number of CAT checks. We are pleased to offer more opportunities for student recognition and reward, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Michael Lloyd Principal Pease Academy
10 TIGER PARENT CAFE Due to legislation, parents may only bring lunch for their student. Tiger Parent Cafe is reserved for parents to eat with their child only. If you are late and not at Pease at the time your child has lunch, 10 minutes into the lunch period, your child will be sent through the lunch line. Student lunch: You may choose to pay in advance by sending the money to your child s teacher or going online to pay at New for / NO FEE charged to use PAYPAMS. LUNCH SCHEDULE Pre-K 10:30-11:00 Kindergarten 11:00-11:30 1st 11:15-11:45 2nd 11:30-12:00 3rd 11:45-12:15 4th 12:15-1:00 5th 12:30-1:00 6th 1:00-1:30
11 Important Parent Visitation Information All parents, visitors, and volunteers are required to enter the building through the main entrance and sign-in at the office. A driver s license is required to obtain a visitor pass between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. A visitor tag must be visibly worn during the entire visit. We appreciate your cooperation! Morning Procedures for Students The cafeteria is open a 7:00 A.M. for students waiting for school to begin. Breakfast: All students are provided breakfast each morning in their classroom free of charge from 7:40 A.M 8:00 A.M. Teacher & Parent Communication Teachers will send progress notes home at three week intervals listing the student s needs in order to maintain class standing. Phone calls may also be made to the parent concerning student progress both academically and socially. All notes sent home need to be returned to the school with parent s signature. Parents may contact the school by calling the office and leaving a message. Teachers are available to meet with parents during the teacher s conference periods and/or by appointment. The staff and principal feel success in school occurs when there is communication between home and school. Feel free to call us We are here to help your child succeed in school.
12 PEASE TIGER RECOGNITIONS We will have two Awards Ceremonies to celebrate the success of our students; January & May. The criteria for recognition and awards is as follows: ~A²~ ACADEMICS: K-2nd straight A average (or E); exclude Handwriting. 3rd-6th A s in all subjects, including FLES; E s in P.E. and Music ATTITUDE: K-6th- children who demonstrate the Nine Core Character Traits consistently **( E s in citizenship) ~SCHOLARLY PERFORMANCE~ K-1st: children who have A or B (E or S) average; scholarly attitude (hard working to their potential) 2nd-6th: children who have (in all basic subjects); scholarly attitude (hard working to their potential) ~PERFECT ATTENDANCE~ Here at Pease we will recognize the students that have a perfect attendance record; no tardies or absences (excused or unexcused). If you feel that an error has occurred, please contact the school office as soon as you receive your student s report card so corrections can be made. ~SUPER C.A.T.~ During the May Awards Ceremony, a medal for Super C.A.T. will be awarded to students that have 2 or less C.A.T. checks for the entire year!
13 615 W. Missouri Midland, Texas ATTENDANCE Si quiere más información o una traducción de cualquier parte de esta publicación, favor de llamar al Regular school attendance is essential for the student to make the most of his or her education, to benefit from teacher-led activities, to build each day s learning on that of the previous day, and to grow as an individual. Attendance is the responsibility of students and their parents. Absences from class may result in serious disruption of a student s mastery of skills and concepts; therefore, the student and parent should make every effort to avoid unnecessary absences. Two state laws, one dealing with compulsory attendance, the other with attendance for course credit, are of special interest to students and parents. Compulsory Attendance The state compulsory attendance law requires that a student who is between the ages of 6 and 18 must attend school and district-required tutorial sessions unless the student is otherwise legally exempted or excused. A student who voluntarily attends or enrolls after his or her eighteenth birthday is required to attend each school day. However, if a student 18 or older has more than five unexcused absences in a semester, the district may revoke the student s enrollment. The student s presence on school property is then unauthorized and may be considered trespass. Students enrolled in prekindergarten or kindergarten are required to attend school. Exemptions to Compulsory Attendance State law allows exemptions to the compulsory attendance requirements for several types of absences. These include the following activities and events: Religious holy days; Required court appearances; Activities related to obtaining United States citizenship; Service as an election clerk; and Documented health-care appointments, including absences for recognized services for students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Excused Absences NOT Included in Handbook ( Added to TEC 25 after MISD printed handbook.)
14 615 W. Missouri Midland, Texas High school junior or senior visits to institution of higher education, limited to two days. Sounding Taps at a military honors funeral, students in grades Appearance at government office to apply for citizenship or to participate in naturalization ceremony. Failure to Comply with Compulsory Attendance School employees must investigate and report violations of the state compulsory attendance law. A student absent from school without permission from school; from any class; from required special programs, such as additional special instruction; or from required tutorials will be considered in violation of the compulsory attendance law and subject to disciplinary action. Nonattendance may also result in assessment of penalties by a court of law against both the student and parents. A complaint against the parent may be filed in the appropriate court if the student: Is absent from school ten or more days or parts of days within a six month period in the same school year, or Is absent on three or more days or parts of days within a four-week period. Any student absent from school without good reason and parental consent communicated to the school shall be considered truant. Parental consent shall be communicated to the school by: A pre-filed, parent-signed, UIL participation form or field trip permission form; A verifiable, documented telephone call from a parent to the school office indicating consent and stating the reason for the absence; or Upon return to school, a note signed by the parent indicating consent to, and stating the reason for, the absence. When a student must be absent from school, the parent must call in or send a note with the student that has been signed by the parent, or provide the school with a note from a doctor within three days after the student has returned to school that describes the reason for the absence. A note signed by the student, even with the parent s permission, will not be accepted unless the student is at least 18 or the student is an emancipated minor. For students 18 and over who reside with a parent, the school may request parental confirmation of an absence. In courses taken for high school credit, any unexcused absence that is not cleared by the student s parent within three days of the student s return to school shall be classified as truancy. The school shall document all incoming telephone calls regarding attendance. Errors in record keeping at the school shall place no penalty on the student.
15 Parent Student-Teacher Compact The Elisha M. Pease Communication & Technology Academy and the parents of the students participating in activities, services, and programs funded by Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) (participating children), agree that this compact outlines how the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State s high standards. Student: I will Respect myself, others and school rules. Organize myself and be prepared to learn. Attend school as scheduled. Reinforce positive choices and daily learning. X Teachers & Principal: We will Respect students, families and staff. Organize lessons and activities to promote success. Attend to the needs of all students. Reinforce prior learning and positive choices. X Parent(s) & or Guardians: We will Respect all students, families and staff. Organize a schedule to promote student learning. Attend school functions and parent conferences. Reinforce classroom learning. X
16 Elisha M. Pease Communication & Technology Academy Parent Involvement Policy The Title I Parent Involvement section of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requires each Title I school to jointly develop with and distribute to parents of participating children, a written parental involvement policy. The purpose of Title I is to provide activities and services which support students in meeting the state's academic standards. Parental involvement means the participation of parent in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities to include : (A) that parents play an integral role in assisting their child s learning (B) that parents are encouraged to be actively involved in their child s education at school Schools receiving Title I, Part A funds must implement programs and activities for the involvement of parents. In order to build a dynamic home-school partnership, Elisha M. Pease Communication & Technology Academy will implement the following parental involvement activities: Purpose To include parents as full partners in their children s education and are included, as appropriate, in decision-making and on advisory committees to assist in the education of their children. To inform parents about academic achievement standards, the school curriculum and instructional practices; school programs, extracurricular activities, attendance, and student s academic performance. To provide materials and training to help parents work with their children to improve their children s academic achievement such as literacy training, and using technology, as appropriate, to foster parental involvement. To assist parents with parenting skills and foster home conditions that supports their children s learning and social development. To involve families and community members as volunteers and audiences at the school or in other locations to support students and school programs. Activities 1. Campus Parental Involvement Committee 6. General PTA Meeting 2. Written-School Parent Compact 7. Pease Academy Recognition Program 3. Parent Survey 8. Parent Involvement on school projects 4. Pease Academy Open House 5. PTA Board Meetings on Campus 1. Title I Annual Parent Meeting 8. Grade Level Parent Meetings 2. Parent Teacher Conferences 9. Monthly calendar of events 3. Student Handbook 4. Grade Level Newsletters 5. Online Grade book 6. Grade Level Meetings 7. SSI 5th Grade Letter and Pamphlet 1. On-line Parent Institute 2. Computers available to parents in the Library 3. Counselor s Monthly Newsletters 4. Parent Information Kiosk 5. Information and Resources given at PTA meetings 6. Parent Toolkit 1. Counselor Open Door Policy 2. Parent Meetings 3. Family Connections on Pease website 4. Parent Information Kiosk 1. West Texas National Bank Friday 7. Donuts for Dads 2. International Studies Tours 8. Utilize Parent Link 3. STAAR Rally Days and Patriot s Day 9. Parent Suggestion Box 4. Grandparent s Day and Santa Pictures & on-line survey 5. Muffins for Moms 10. Family Math Night 6. Friday Spirit Day Student Signature: Parent Signature: Date:
17 Compacto de Padre Estudiante Maestro(a) La Academia de Comunicación y Tecnología Elisha M. Pease y los padres de los estudiantes que participan en actividades, servicios y programas financiados por Title I, Part A, del Acto de Educación Elementaria y Secundaria (ESEA) están de acuerdo de que este compacto explica como los padres, los empleados, y los estudiantes comparten la responsabilidad para mejorar el éxito académico de los estudiantes y la manera en que la escuela y los padres van a construir y desarrollar una asociación que les ayudará a los niños alcanzar las metas elevadas del estado. Estudiante: Yo Respetaré a mí mismo, a los demas y a las reglas de la escuela. Organizaré a mí mismo y estaré preparado para aprender. Asistiré a la escuela cuando debo de estar ahí. Reforzaré selecciones positivas en la enseñanza diaria. X Maestra(o) y Directora: Nosotros Respetaremos a los estudiantes, a las familias, y los otros empleados. Organizaremos lecciones y actividades para promover éxito. Atenderé a las necesidades de todos los estudiantes. Reforzaré enseñanza anterior y selecciones positivas. X Padres: Nosotros Respetaremos a todos los estudiantes, las familias, y a los maestros(os). Organizaré un horario que promove el enseñamiento del estudiante. Asistiré a las funciones escolares y a atenderé a las necesidades del estudiante. Reforzaré la enseñanza del salon de clase. X
18 Academia de Comunicación y Tecnología Elisha M. Pease Póliza de Envolvimiento de Padres La sección de colaboración de padres del programa de Title I NCLB requiere que cada escuela de Title I desarrolle y distribuya a los padres de los niños participantes una póliza de colaboración de padres escrita. El fin del programa de Title I es proveer actividades y servicios que apoyen a los estudiantes para que tengan éxito en las normas académicas del estado Colaboración de padres significa que los padres participen activamente y se informen de acuerdo a los estudios académicos y otras actividades de la escuela incluyendo las siguientes: que los padres tomen parte en el desarrollo académico de sus niños que los padres participen activamente en la educación de sus niños Escuelas que reciben fondos de Title I, Part A, deben tener programas y actividades para la colaboración de los padres. En orden de establecer una colaboración dinámica entre el hogar y la escuela, la Academia de Comunicación y Tecnología Elisha M. Pease pondrá en práctica las siguientes actividades de participación para los padres de familia: Motivo Con el fin de incluir a los padres como socios, y para que participen cuando sea apropiado, en tomar decisiones en la educación de sus niños, y envolverlos en comités de asesores. Actividades *Comité de Colaboración de Padres *Contrato Escrito de Escuela y Padres *Encuesta de Padres *Academia Pease Abierta al Público *Juntas Generales del PTA *Programa de Reconocimientos (Diplomas) Para informar a los padres según las normas de éxito académico, el plan de estudio, prácticas de instrucción, programas escolares, actividades extracurriculares, asistencia a la escuela, y el progreso académico de los estudiantes. *Junta Anual de Title I *Juntas de Padres y Maestros *Manual del Estudiante *Noticiero del salón de clase *Calificaciones en la red *Juntas con las maestras de su nivel Para proveer materiales y entrenamiento que les ayude a los padres a trabajar con sus niños para mejorar su éxito académico usando entrenamiento sobre alfabetismo y usando tecnología. Para ayudar a los padres a obtener destreza en la crianza de los hijos y establecer un ambiente casero que refuerza la enseñanza y el desarrollo social de los niños. Para involucrar las familias y la comunidad como voluntarios y participantes en la escuela y en otros lugares para apoyar a los estudiantes y los programas escolares. *Instituto para los Padres en la red *Computadoras para su uso en la biblioteca *Noticiero Mensual de la consejera *Puesto de Información para los padres *Información repartida en las juntas del PTA *Juego de Herramientas para los Padres *Política de Puertas Abiertas de la Consejera *Juntas con los padres citadas *Conexiones Familiares en la red *Puesto de Información para los padres *Viernes de West Texas National Bank *Programa Voluntario Going the Extra Mile *Gira y exhibición de los Estudios Internacionales *Mitin de TAKS y El Día Patriota *Día de Los Abuelos y Fotos con Santa *Muffins con Mamá y Donuts con Papá *Día de Espíritu Festivo Firma del estudiante: Firma del padre: Fecha:
19 FALL 2012 Conference Room Blair Counselor Mateus K-3 FLES Gamboa Upshaw Putnam Power Sargent Dunn Kinder Kinder Kinder 1st 1st 1st Beran Flores Clary Aguirre Pre-K K Bil. Bil. 2nd Bil. 1st L. Dominguez 2nd Young Xiong Fentem 2nd 2nd Music D. Burns Gilbreath Bailey Comp. Lab Storage Prod. Lab Read 180 3rd 3rd Bil. Project Think Bookroom Cunningham ~Dyslexia Burkett Burns ipad Lab Resource 3rd ~Speech Browning Salinas 4th-6th FLES K. Hickey 4th Diagnostician PB 74 3rd Hooper Castilla Vansteel Johnson PB 60 5th Chambers 4th Bil. 4th 4th PB 82 5th Gonzalez PB 3 6th PB 52 6th Gomez PB 88 6th Sublett PB 6 Science Lab PB 83 5th Adame PB 27 Piano Lab
20 August 27, 2012 Dear Parent: Important information has been distributed to your student. We would like to have all forms listed below returned by Wednesday, August 29 th. Student Enrollment Cards. Please review the information on your student s preprinted student enrollment card. If it is not correct, please cross out the wrong information and insert the correct information. Please sign and return the enrollment card to your child s teacher. Medical Cards. Please fill out completely and return to your child s teacher. Student Residency Questionnaire. The information on this form is required to comply with the law known as the McKinney-Vento Act. If you have questions about this form please contact Ms. Blair at MISD Student/Parent Handbook Forms. Student /Parent Acknowledgement Video Taping and Audio Taping of Students Acceptable Computer Use Agreement Student Information Release Form only if you want to restrict any of your student s directory information. Thank you for getting these forms to your student s teacher by Wednesday, August 29 th. If you have any questions, please call the school office at Pease Office Staff SI QUIERE MAS INFORMACION O UNA TRADUCCION DE CUALQUIER PARTE DE ESTA PUBLICA- CION, FAVOR DE LLAMAR AL PEASE ACADEMY AL
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