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Photos from today's parade of 5th graders! (For privacy, I'm not including any pics of the children. Send me a pm with your name if you want the one I took of your child.) ... See MoreSee Less

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This short video (10 min.) was made by a former THES teacher. With our children spending so much time online, it's important to think about what we share in social media. Maybe take some time today to watch the video with your child?
The Selfie Social Skill with AISD Special Education Behavior Specialist Veronica Arispe
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6 days ago  ·  

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Did you hear? Our amazing second grade teacher was recognized by the district. We are so proud of you, Ms. Bright! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago  ·  

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Save the Date:
Last Day of School/5th Grade Continuation
Virtual Dance Party
May 28, 7-8:30 PM

We had so much fun at our virtual version of the T-Bird Fiesta, we are going to do it again! Our very own DJs Jason and Anais will be hosting a fun dance party online to celebrate our graduating 5th graders and the last day of school! Same plan: We will set up a secure Zoom room where students can dance with each other and chat. The room will be password protected and monitored. Students will be muted, but they can use the text chat function. Last time folks were getting really creative with costumes and lighting—let’s see what great new ideas you can come up with for this party! Please keep an eye on ClassDojo for login information and send song requests ahead of time to: jason.molin+requests@gmail.com
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1 week ago  ·  

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TRACK AND FIELD AT HOME AND INDOORS
The AISD At Home Indoor Track & Field will take place during the last week of school, May 26-28th. During the next Weeks 6-9 of distance learning (April 27th-May 22), we will provide weekly Activity Packets. These will be the exact activities provided by the OPEN National Track and Field Day. (We are unable to host our track and field day at the same time as this organization due to our district learning requirements.) In Week 6 (April 27th) students will receive the first Activity Packet to practice for two weeks. In Week 8 (May 11th), students will receive the second Activity Packet to practice for two weeks. These will be posted on the Learning at Home Calendar on Track and Field Thursday (formerly known as Take a Trip Thursday). In addition, we will provide hard copies of the activities to families who receive mailed work packets and these will go out in Week 9 (May 18).

The Track & Field celebrations will take place during the last week of school, May 26 - May 28. It can look however you want for your campus. The minimum expectation for PE teachers is to direct students to the Track & Field Activity Packet during instruction on Mastery Monday starting Week 6. In addition please post all the Track & Field Activity Packets on the preferred campus platform OR link to the Learning at Home website by May 26th.

The idea is to use the 10 Track and Field Activities in different ways. Maybe students challenge themselves to get a high score. Maybe they challenge a family member in friendly competition. Maybe they challenge a friend through FaceTime, email, or a call. Maybe students challenge a Coach, Teacher or a Principal. One example for the last week of school could be:
May 26 - Students challenge themselves
May 27 - Students challenge a friend through FaceTime, email, or a call
May 28 - PE or classroom teacher records themselves doing one event and posts to the campus’s preferred distance learning platform and students try to beat the teacher.
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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