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Eagle Eye Newsletter - September 2023

Eagle Eye Newsletter - September 2023

Eagle Eye Newsletter - September 2023

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September 1-30 GT Student Referral window.
Contact your child's teacher or our counselor,
Mrs. Turk, if you have questions.
September 4: Labor Day -no school
September 5: Cub Scouts & Pizza, (Mahaffey
Elem), 7-8 pm
September 8: PTO Movie night in cafeteria (6:30
pm food trucks; 7 pm movie begins)
September 10: Happy Grandparent's Day
September 12: Progress reports posted to
Skyward Family Access; Girl Scout Rally, 7 pm
September 14 - Bilingual Parent meeting (online).
More info will be sent home


Parents/guardians may have lunch with their
child at the “parent table” on designated days of
the week:
PreK and Kindergarten - Mondays
1st grade - Tuesdays
2nd grade - Wednesdays
3rd grade - Thursdays
4th grade & 5th grade - Fridays
We reserve the right to limit the number of visitors on one day due to a lack of extra
seating. The cafeteria will be closed to all visitors for state testing days and during the
entire month of May.


Early dismissals are discouraged because they disrupt instructional time.
Our school dayruns from 8:10 a. m. to 3:25 p.m.
Instructional time is lost with constant disruption of pullingchildren early from class.
These disruptions have an effect on the learning environment forall students.
If an early dismissal is absolutely necessary, the parent/guardian must come tothe front office, complete the request for early dismissal form (new this year), and provide thereason for the early dismissal.
ID will be checked and your child will be called to the office.For the safety of all our students, parents are not permitted to go to the classroom to pick upa child as this can cause more disruption.
In addition, we are not able to honor any transportation changes after 2:45 pm daily. Thankyou for your cooperation as we protect our instructional day and maintain safety on our campus.


What is PTO?
A parent teacher organization (PTO) that gives parents and teachers the opportunity to work together to supplement and enrich the educational experience at Schultz Elementary.
How much time is involved if I want to help out?
As little or as much as you can give. Parents help by mentoring a child once a week, putting a teacher's bulletin board together, work at a field day station, cut out laminating for a teacher, work in the library, and much more!
How do I join?
When/where is the next PTO meeting?
In the PTO room across from the front office.
Check in when you arrive and get a badge.
We cannot wait to see you!


As of August 2021, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires implementation of Positive Character TEKS in grades K-12. Klein ISD has developed the
Essential 5 Behavior Standards
which align with the state TEKS and drive our campus character and behavior education programs taught throughout the year.
Parents, w
e want you to be informed of the topics we are covering at school as we work together to help all of our Eagles SOAR.
Each month, you can check out the Counselor Corner
section of the Eagle Eye News letter for information about what character traits or positive behavior skills we are focusing on for that month.
We start the year off learning our SOAR Core Values and campus expectations. Throughout September we will focus on the characteristics of a Schultz Learner. These are character traits we feel are important for students to develop a growth mindset and become lifelong learners, or what we refer to as, forever learners.

Want to track your child as he/she comes home on the bus each day?
Sign up for ALERTS
Klein ISD Transportation Department: 832.249.4566.

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