A Big Appreciation Pump: ?! ?!?!
Thank you so much to everyone who helped to make our Tamalada and Cultural Festival a success last week! And a special thanks to Jeniffer Barrera and Daniela Licona for taking the lead on organizing these events. Also to all the tamale makers, cultural table hosts and performers- all your efforts really came together into a fun time for all – you rock! And last but not least, to our Business Sponsors: El Milagro, Ace Mart, Polvos, El Borrego de Oro, & Gueros, THANK YOU for helping to make these events possible.
Looking for Easy Ways to Support THES While Doing your Holiday Shopping?
Be sure to check out the attached flyer for the School Wishlist!
You can also give back when you shop at Amazon by signing up for AmazonSmile (it’s super easy):
- Create an AmazonSmile account linked to your current Amazon account. This unique link will take you directly to the page where you can support Travis Heights Elementary: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/74-6062872
- Or, if you choose to go to smile.amazon.com, be sure to search for “PTA Texas Congress 864 Travis Hts Elementary School” to find our school.
- Remember to start at Smile.Amazon.com when doing your shopping! (You can bookmark the page so you don’t forget!)
Travis Heights will receive 0.5% of your eligible purchases.
Do you know any families who would make a great addition to the Thunderbird community? Encourage them to attend a tour to learn more about our awesome school!
Prospective Family Campus Tours are:
- Tuesday, Dec. 13th, 8am
- Monday, Jan. 9th, 8am
- Monday, Feb. 6th, 8am
Parent Volunteer Training
Missed our earlier volunteer trainings this year? No problem! Our final training of the semester is Dec 13th, at 8am. Volunteer training is required every 2 years and all field trip chaperones must be trained! For more information, contact: Daniela Licona daniela.licona @ austinisd.org
📢 Special Announcement to all budding scientists 📢
This year’s Science Fair is January 19, 20171 and it is optional for all 3rd-5th grade students.
The Science investigation standards will be taught through our regular class curriculum and students who want to enter the Science Fair will still be able to do so but will need to complete their projects at home.
Students’ options include a demonstration or model that includes a report or an experiment or engineering project. We will still have Science Fair night to review all the projects.
3rd-5th grade students will make a QR presentation to allow parents and visitors to see the student present their project. The QR will not be used by the judges. The judging criteria will be included on the FB page and website soon.
Looking forward to our Science Fair with our future Scientists 🔬 !
Did you have a great time at Cultural Festival?
Do you have ideas to make it even better? We are looking for volunteers to join the planning team for next year’s event. We need people to help with organizing cultural tables, lining up performers, managing the Mercado, and more. For more info. please contact email@example.com.
Fundraising Team 💰
Are you interested in supporting the innovative educational programs at Travis Heights? Consider joining the fundraising team. Volunteers are needed to help with the annual PTA fundraiser in February. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This week’s folder items:
Wishlist/How to support with shopping flyer
Tour flyer (PK/Kinder only)
Nothing from July 20, 2018 to July 29, 2018.
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