MARCH 27-31, 2017
STAAR Testing – 4th grade Writing/5th grade Math
STAAR Testing – 5th grade Reading
Progress Reports GO HOME!
NO SLUDGE/SLIME ALLOWED AT SCHOOL!!!!
STAAR testing is almost upon us, and we cannot stress the importance of attendance enough during this time. Please make sure your student is here during test time. We ask that the students bring a clear bottle of water and a snack like goldfish, pretzels, nuts, granola bar, etc. to have during testing. Also, NO VISTORS will be allowed on campus on STAAR testing days. That does include Lunch. You are welcome to drop off lunch in the office for your student, but we will unfortunately not be able to allow you to stay.
The Spring Talent Show has changed back to the original date, April 11th @ 7pm in the PAC.
CSHS Baseball Little League Night TONIGHT!!!!
Prizes will be drawn after every inning! Food, Silent Auction & Family Fun. Game time is 7:00 p.m. Attached is a flyer with all of the information.
A silent auction will also be held during the home game against Gatesville. We have collected a lot great items and would like to invite all to come out and support China Spring baseball. The JV will be playing at 4:30 p.m. and Varsity plays at 7:00 p.m. This will also be Little League night as well as the 30-year reunion for the 1987 China Spring state championship baseball team.
Hope to see you there!
Silent auction items include:
CS baseball mom bag
Wood and camo ice chest stand
Guided doe hunt
Electric wax warmer
Salon nail set
CS drawstring bags
And much more…
CS Education Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament
Please see the attached forms to register for the CS Education Foundation Annual Benefit Golf Tournament on Friday, April 28, 2017 at Lake Waco Golf Course. There is a Sponsorship/Donation form; a Player Information/Registration form; and a form to Honor A China Spring Teacher. Hope to see you there!
Box Tops for Education
The year is winding down but, don’t forget your students’ classroom is still collecting Box Tops for the spring!! The money goes directly to the classroom, so keep bringing them in!
March 28 – STAAR 4th grade writing / 5th grade Math
March 29 – STAAR 5th Grade Reading
April 11 – Talent Show
April 13 – End of 5th Six Weeks
April 14 – NO SCHOOL
April 19 – Report Cards GO HOME
April 29 – Spring Food Truck Festival
May 8 – STAAR 4th grade Math / 6th grade Math
May 9 – STAAR 4th grade Reading / 6th grade Reading
May 10 – STAAR 5th grade Science
May 18 – FIELD DAY Summer Fun Water Park
Dress code reminder
Please take note of the few excerpts from the CSI Dress Code pertaining to tank tops, hair, and leggings. Make sure your student is exercising these rules:
“No low-cut, backless, halter, midriff, tank, racer-back, or off-the-shoulder tops or evening outfits.* - The width of clothing on shoulders and all visible straps must be at least 2 inches wide. *A tank top is defined by a top with less than 2” of width on the shoulder not including collar. Two shirts with a width of 2 inches or more do not meet the dress code. One shirt must be the minimum of two inches at the shoulder. A top that does not fall below the waistband of the lower garment or show skin around the waist area is considered a midriff top.”
“Students may not dye hair of any unnatural color. Students may not have strips or patches of different colored hair that create a disruption to the educational environment.* Boy’s hair will be neat and groomed at all times. The length will not extend over the eyebrows, below the earlobe, or past the T-shirt collar. Hair will not be pinned, sprayed, rolled under or flipped up to avoid the true length in question. Any haircut that requires constant pushing away from face is a distraction to the learning process and is out of code.”
“All leggings, stirrup pants, yoga pants, etc., must be worn with blouses/shirts that extend to the upper thigh and completely cover the student’s rear end/bottom. Blouses/Shirts must be the same length in front and back. “Jeggings” are permissible without having to meet blouse/shirt required length as long as they have sewn pockets on the back of the pants.”
WORLD WEAR COLLECTION BIN
This year has been very successful so far for our World Wear Collection Bin. Please continue to think about donating your slightly used clothes, toys, and household items to our World Wear Bin. China Spring Intermediate School receives a money for each pound that is donated. Please keep in mind that furniture is NOT accepted. So please make sure our playground and campus stays neat and clean by not dumping items in front of the bin. Thank you!
LOST & FOUND
Please have your student check the Lost & Found daily. All of our hooks are filled with hoodies, jackets, and coats. We will be donating these items very soon. Thank you.
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