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Fall Carnival Volunteers Needed!!!!!

On Friday, October 27th, Travis Heights Elementary will be having our annual Fall Carnival! The Kinder Team has selected 3 booths to sponsor and we need volunteers to help with our booths. We have chosen the Duck Pond, Nail Painting and End of the Rainbow. Please sign up for a time and help us make […]

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Kindergarten October Newsletter

September went by so quickly and we have all done a great job adjusting to our schedule and getting used to our classroom rules and procedures. Along with weekly visits to the Computer Lab, students began using Chrome Books in our classrooms. Students will be working on both Math {DreamBox} and Language Art {iStation} skills. […]

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Our Travis Heights Neighborhood PBL Update

We are still working hard on our project about our Travis Heights neighborhood! Students have written interview questions and are walking to their locations with parent volunteers to interview the people that work there. Students have visited Fire Station #6, Torchy’s Tacos, McDonald’s, Amy’s Ice Cream and Big Stacy Pool.           […]

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January/February News

Happy New Year and welcome back!  We will be very busy during the next two months. In January we will be working on Science Fair projects, reading and math data, and celebrating Martin Luther King. February will be very exciting as we celebrate the 100th day of school, start our PBL project about our Travis […]

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2015-2016 School Year

What’s been happening in Kindergarten? Kindergarten have started on a PBL about our neighborhood.  The children are writing a class book, and HEB and the fire station are two chapters in the book. Everyone went on a scavenger hunt through the neighborhood as a kick-off to get the children exploring and really thinking about their topics.  Check […]

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