FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL is MONDAY 8/14 @7:10AM Doors open at 7:10 am Parents drop off at the car line or front door. No visitors for lunch until September. Make sure you have your car tag. School day ends at 3:10 pm Come early and plan –expect traffic. Reminders For safety reasons, parents visitors will […]
Our calendar is the best spot for information about school events, but if paper is your jam, print out this one-page view of the year’s events!
Don’t forget to get your school supplies! Supply lists are available on the AISD school website Drop off supplies during the Ice Cream Social on August 11th from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm @THES or during the first few days of school at your kid’s classroom For convenience families can get supplies via School Tool […]
HAPPY WEDNESDAY THUNDERBIRDS! Can you believe this Friday is our 100th day of school? Check in with your child’s teacher to see how they will be celebrating. There will be a lower grade assembly (PK-1st) on Friday at 7:35. ALSO, Mark your calendar to eat at Home Slice this Monday (2/10)—they will be donating 10% […]
HAPPY WEDNESDAY THUNDERBIRDS! Hopefully, everyone is settling back into the school routine — just in time for another day off on Monday, January 20th for MLK Day! We encourage you to start a conversation with your child about the importance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy on American civil rights. REMINDER — DUAL LANGUAGE […]
Did you know? A kind word and a note of thanks go a long way, but if you’re looking for more ways to show your child’s teachers how much you appreciate all their hard work, take a look in the Teacher/Staff Appreciation Binder in the office. It has everything from their birth date and hobbies […]
Friday, Sept. 28th at 8:00 a.m. Join us for a coffee and light breakfast! Bring your questions for a general Q&A with our new principals and our annual Title I meeting!
Teachers dream of having items for their classrooms that support learning and help children be more comfortable. We are starting an Amazon wish list to make donating really easy. Check out what some teachers are asking for: THES Amazon Wish List
Did you know we have 4th & 5th graders involved in gathering news around the school? We work as a news crew and meet once a week to brainstorm and assign topics. Then, the children write up the news and publish it. You can find examples of their work here: The Thunder News
How does Ms. Isoline do it? We’ve only had one week of school, and she’s already gotten the children to create some beautiful artwork.