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Campus Updates: April 9 – April 15

Broadway Elementary
At Broadway Elementary School, the following students received a Principal High Five award: Victoria Garza, Caleb Kahoalii Kg, Aaron Torres, Anthony Ortiz, Jack Thompson, Allie Ramsey, Alexander, LAiken Mathews, Evan Gomez, Taiwo Adesina, Kayleigh Dowd, John Holman, Jack Talent, Haylee Shriver, Emma Price, Wyatt Villareal, Kay Aranda, Blake Singetary, Avery McShane, Izzy Harris, Everett Gartin, Meagan Bristow, Brianna Downey, Hallee Payne, Hallee Payne, Parker Grabowski and Pierce Picklo.


Friday April 6 our second grade students will be presenting a program called “It’s a Hit!” It will be performed during the day for our students and then again that evening at 6 p.m.


Then on Friday, April 7, is our annual Movin’ and Groovin’ with Mom at 7 a.m.

Buckalew Elementary
Happy Camper Book Fair sales will be April 10 – 13. The Book Fair is open to parents, friends and family. Don’t forget the Book Fair Bunny Baskets. Simply fill out an order form emailed by your child’s room mother for a customized basket filled with the best new titles and fun trinkets.


Each week students have the opportunity to be nominated as a “Student of the Week” when they demonstrate any of the 7 Keys to Success we teach at Buckalew. Students nominated receive a special certificate to take home. They are then entered into a weekly drawing. The Winners are on the announcements and are presented a “Principal’s Medallion”. One student per grade level is drawn weekly. Congratulations to the following students: Campbell Seely, Abby Millard, Ryder Luneau, Chloe Calhoun, and McKenna Syer.

Bush Elementary
Congratulations to our Paws for Pride winners for the month of March. These Bobcats showed Courage, which was the character trait for the month. They are: Saffi Ouzounian, Iris Duckworth, Connor Pternitis, Maggie Ware, Kendall Peterson, Dominic Lara, Madelyn Oman, Evie Fridley, Katherine Boggan, Olivia Geunyoung Bang, Elizabeth Ray, Natalia Belvin, Eladio Tuano, Nate Frazier, Gavin Stein, Alyssa Gomez, Claire Tidwell, Caroline Tierney, Gabriel Frazao, Amy Pugh, Kate Worthington, Molly Carruthers, Natalie Forsberg, Mia Brown, Stephen Bruner, Avi Berger, Skylar Gonzalez, Brennan Jacoby, Josh Rubio, Lachlan Hollister, Fallon Daniels, Lorelei Hoff, Racquel Nickson, Dayanarra Vera and Preston Bishop.


Congratulations to Jennifer Bruno, voted Teacher of the Year and Brenda Hooker, voted Humanitarian of the Year. Also, congratulations to Sarra Darce, who was selected as this year’s Friend of Education.


On April 13, our kindergarten and first graders will participate in an Egg Hunt.


April 14 is a school Holiday.

Collins Intermediate
Congratulations to Bailey Reeves! Her art work will be displayed in Governor Abbott’s office for the next year.


Cobra Council will be collecting peanut butter to help stock the food pantry for the summer. Please feel free to drop off your peanut butter donation at the front office during normal school hours.

Cox Intermediate
Timberwolf teachers are Recognizing Our Committed Kids. Teachers are keeping their eyes out for students who are making great choices in behavior. Congratulations to the following students who rock: Antonella Lopez, Skylar French, Olivia Terry, Abigail McPheeters, Amber Beskoon, Isabelle Bray, Abigail Green, Ivan Polotko, Sawyer Thurmond, Daniel Flaischer, Clayton West, James Quigley, Aaidan Inuss, Jayden Hooper, Heaven Herrera, Raul Canales, Britney Garcia, Madison Atkisson, Alani Owens, Mallory Salinas, Faith Hypolite, Rebecca Owusu, Kade Mertins, Michael Conejo, Kali Davis, Gabby Vargas, Lilly Laney, Lucas Hoke, Jenna Mendez, Christian Ramos, Maximilian Rainey-Ramirez, Tahari Ortiz, Alice DiMauro, Alexa Miner, Kori Chambers, Isaac Smith, Kylie Meade, Jamie Lynn Lu, Zoe Hall, Ansley Gorman, Lauren Dill, Carson Hughes, Wayne Brooks, Jack Shields, Lillie Wentreck, Marion Beerman, Haley Mosenteen, Lexi Broesche, Hunter Dodge, Laly Perez, Claire Fithen, and Mia Ortiz.

David Elementary
David Elementary would like to congratulate the Dynamite Dolphins for the month of March. These students were selected for demonstrating the characteristic of loyalty: Claire Guinn, Charlie Robertson, Clara Bonelli, Gavin Langille, Sophie Frye, Owen Hadley, Victoria Bednarski, Jack Arias, Nicolas Gonzalez-Hoffman, Kooper Pistler, Behgol Fahimi, Cooper DeVerse, Juliet Loftis, Sophie Sears, Mia Nusbaum, Garrett Davenport, Abbie DeLange, Hugo Leijnse, Liana Brinkerhoff, Gavin Arnett, Georgia Jackson, Sebastian Popovici, Brynn Rowe, Carson Rogers, Ellie Lewis, Cristian Rojas, Macy Shoffner, Greyson Langner, Brodie Joiner, Freddy Martinez, Asa Araya, Airah Khan, Karen Hernandez, Major Scott, Abby Veach, Nate Schuyler, Chloe Fenley, and Zann Malik, Addison Willis, Gabriel Desa, Layla Talbot, Ellie Moss, Sadie Duerr, Nate Sain, Fynn Aley, Liam O’Toole, Emilia Fabijanic, Andrea Dong, Rhett Dolezal, and Alex Dornier, Foebe Hu, Jamison Hall, Leah Bartlett, Evan Horner, Emma Lincoln, Dirk Week, Morgan Peuplie, Hayden Varner, Ella Lothringer, J.D. Matthiesen, Alli Mason, Rudy LaBarr, Trinny Sears, and Maddox Canyock.


Giesinger Elementary
In March, two of our fourth graders, Aaron Hadash and Megan Miessner, represented Giesinger at the First Tee event in Humble. Our PE teacher, Mrs. Edgar, was very proud of these students as they demonstrated their golfing skills.


Kona Ice Day is Thursday, April 13. If students would like to purchase a Kona Ice during recess, the cost is $3.00 each.


The Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the library April 17-21. Monday through Thursday the book fair will be open 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday the hours will be 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Houser Elementary
Calling all Happy Campers…the Book Fair is here! Monday and Tuesday, April 10-11, families are welcome to come shop the Book Fair during “Lunch with a Loved One.” The Book Fair will be here through Thursday, April 13.


Tuesday evening, April 11, is the second grade Music Program at 6 p.m.


Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11-12, is Hot Houser Hawk lunches! We are very proud of our students that have earned this special lunch with their teachers.


Friday, April 14 is a student holiday. Enjoy time with your families!


Kaufman Elementary
Students will enjoy spring parties and Easter egg hunts on Thursday, April 13. The times are as follows: fourth grade at 9 a.m., second grade at 10 a.m., first grade at 1 p.m., third grade at 1:30 p.m. and kindergarten at 2 p.m.


The campus will be closed on Friday, April 14 in observance of Good Friday.

Mitchell Intermediate
Sixth Graders will be taking the Math Benchmark on Tuesday, April 11.


The third annual “Mitchell Faculty Follies” is scheduled for Thursday, April 13 at 6 p.m. Several staff members and Mitchell students will “entertain” you for a good cause. Proceeds will benefit the HOPE foundation established to help find a cure for Batten’s Disease which our own Will Herndon has been battling for several years. Please help support this cause and mark the date on your calendar.

Please join the Mitchell staff at the annual Mitchell Volunteer Brunch on Tuesday, April 18 starting at 9 a.m. We would like to take this opportunity to thank so many parents for their time, support, and dedication to helping make Mitchell Intermediate so wonderful.


There will be no school on Friday, April 14.

Oak Ridge High School
Pre-AP English teacher, Hannah Dietrich entered her UIL Spelling and Literary Criticism teams in the Best of Texas online Literary Criticism and Spelling competitions in the 6A division, and had two freshman and two sophomores place. They participated in 3 rounds of competition where they prepared for and took exams over their specialty area. Certificates were awarded to students who earned 1st – 3rd place in each of the grades during each of the rounds with final certificates sent out for the top three per grade across all three exams.
Congratulations to: Alex Staples who earned 2nd place in the Freshman 6A Best of Texas online Literary Criticism competition Overall; Mya Briones who earned 2nd place in the Freshman 6A Best of Texas online Spelling competition Overall; Elizabeth Neman who earned 3rd place in the Sophomore 6A Best of Texas online Literary Criticism competition Overall; Riddhi Ankolekar who earned 1st place in the Sophomore 6A Best of Texas online Literary Criticism competition Overall; and Riddhi Ankolekar also earned 3rd place in the sophomore 6A Best of Texas online Literary Criticism competition Round 3.


Congratulations to Gavin Franklin who finished fourth at the Boys State Powerlifting meet in Abilene on March 25 with a total of 1645 pounds. Gavin competed very well; he needed to pull 620 on deadlift to reach the medal stand, which was a personal record.


Reaves Elementary
Weird Science Night is Thursday, April 6 from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Join us for an evening of Hands-on Science Fun!! All of our students and their families will enjoy wacky demonstrations and hands-on experiments that will amuse, captivate and thrill all who attend.


Pre-kindergarten & Kindergarten Round-up Registration for children who are 4 or 5 years old on or before September 1, 2017 will take place from April 3 – 7. To be eligible for Pre-K, a student must meet eligibility requirements.

Rice Elementary
Tuesday, April 4 kindergarten students will take their graduation pictures.


Specials Night will be held on Thursday, April 5 from 5:30 until 7 p.m.


Friday, April 21 from 5:30 until 8 p.m. Rice will host a Bingo Night.


The second grade Economics Fair will be held on Thursday, April 27.


Friday, April 28 Rice first graders will present their music program at 9 a.m.


Rice Way Pep Rallies will be held Friday, April 28.


Tough Elementary
Once again, Coulson Tough students joined forces with CISD Police Officer Mark Davis to take part in D.A.R.E.’s elementary education program, Keepin’ it REAL. Congratulations to all the graduates who volunteered their time to participate in this amazing program! Fifth grade: Guillermo Abud, Amber Beijers, Daunte Bethley, Brooke Charles, Cayden Clayton, Bryce Cooper, Ava DeAngelo, Abigail Each, Ryan Glynn, Carter Hulings, Logan Hulings, Sarah Kozlewsky, Jack LaTour, Regina Lopez, Renata Lopez, Colin McCabe, Mia McMahon, Matthew Moya, Shivani Mundra, Colin Oakley, Emmanuel Omokwale, Lauren Perks, Jack Pierce, Isabella Quiroz, Kate Schoppe, Vanesa Studebaker, Alina Troshko, Max Welkie, and Anna Zajac. Sixth grade: Caitlyn Carrie, Debbie Chu, Grace Creswell, Emanuel Cruz, Scarlett Foxhoven, Connor Koenig, Jacob Kozlawsky, Kaitlyn Maresca, Juliette Maynard, Nikita Nair, Summer Nowlin, Saahus Paruchuri, Hana Posuk, Niranjana Ramesh Babu, Dorian Reis, Marcelo Ruiz, Justin Schulz, Alyssa Stroud, and Morganne Tison.


Tough is excited to kick off its 2nd annual Race for Awareness. This year’s 5K run/walk will focus on raising funds and awareness for Love Fosters Hope for students and our community. The race will start and end at Coulson Tough’s campus in The Woodlands on Saturday, April 29 starting at 9 a.m. The event is open to all ages and members of the school and community. The registration fee for the run or walk is $25 and includes a Race for Awareness 2017 T-shirt. For more information, visit the Coulson Tough website