Anderson Elementary School

Spring Independent School District

Welcome Message

  • Principal Ms. Kristin Falcon - Principal

    Dear Families,

    I am so excited to welcome all of our Anderson Gators back to school for the 2019-2020 school year! This year, we will focus on academic excellence, great character, and of course, finding the leader within all of our students. Anderson is a Leader in Me school, which means our students learn about the Seven Habits of Happy Kids, and how to apply these habits to help them learn personal responsibility, goal setting, and cooperation with others. We look forward to continuing our journey this year.

    As a reminder, our school hours this year are 7:35 – 2:55. Doors will open at 7:10, and breakfast will be served (for free!) to all students in the classrooms. Please help us give your child the very best chance for success by having them here on time every day unless they are truly ill. Last year, our campus attendance rate was 95.8%, and our goal for this year is 97%. It will take some work to accomplish this, but we can do it with your help!

    We look forward to an exciting, productive year. Thank you for your support, and for entrusting us with your amazing children. It is our honor to serve as their school family, and to help them achieve great things. Together, we will make this the best school year ever!


    Kristin Falcon
    Principal, Anderson Elementary

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  • New Food Distribution Site Open Wednesdays from 2 pm-8 pm

    A new food distribution site sponsored by the Houston Food Bank and Cy-Hope will be open every Wednesday from 2 pm to 8 pm or until all food is distributed. Families can pick up food at the IAH Eco Park (16152 JFK Blvd., Houston, TX 77032).

    Neighborhood Super Site

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  • Check Out These Great Lessons & Resources From Our Counselor's Corner!

    Our counselor, Mrs. Oceguera has created a series of videos to help our students continue their social-emotional learning at home. Plese check out the links below for some great lessons on topics such as kindness, self confidence, growth mindset and anxiety coping skills for students in grades pre K-2 and 3-5.

    Kindness (Pre-K - 2nd grade)

    Self Confidence (Pre-K - 2nd grade)

    Growth Mindset (3rd - 5th grade)

    Anxiety Coping Skills (3rd - 5th grade)

    Mistakes Help Us Grow (all grades)

    Celebrating Differences (all grades)

    Becoming a Hope Builder (all grades)

    For more great resources from our "Counselor's Corner," please click here.

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  • Mental & Behavioral Support Guides for Parents During Coronavirus

    Raising children can fill you with joy, but it can also be painfully difficult. Add a global pandemic like COVID-19, and even the best-behaved child can start acting up. The Spring ISD Department of Guidance and Counseling & Mental Health has developed a parent's guide available in both English and Spanish filled with ideas, tips and tools that can help with behavior. It is our hope that this guide can bring some ease to your home.

    For more support, please visit the Mental & Behavioral Support For Parents & Staff during Coronavirus page.

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  • How to Opt In to Receive District Phone Calls & Text Messages

    Spring ISD has an automated messaging system that allows the district to communicate with parents and staff quickly and efficiently via phone call, text/sms message and email. The system is only effective, however, if the district has accurate contact information for those groups.

    Sometimes people choose or accidentally opt out of receiving the callouts and text messages and change their mind later. Spring ISD parents and staff who would like to opt back in to receive phone and text/sms messages may do so by following these instructions:

    Phone calls: Call the Blackboard Phone Hotline at 855-502-7867 from the phone line that has been opted out.

    Text (SMS) messages: Reply START to "60680" from the phone line that has been opted out for non-emergency messages. Reply START to "54968" for emergency messages.

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  • Stay Updated on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

    Spring ISD, in support of city and county measures to combat the spread of COVID-19, will close schools and offices for the remainder of the school year. This closure announcement supports what health experts say is the most important strategy for containing COVID-19 — the practice of social distancing. With this extended school closure in place, Spring ISD will serve students and families through our Empowered Learning at home model.

    Spring ISD remains in contact with local, state and federal health officials to ensure the continued safety of students and staff. Learn more about what the district is doing and how you can help here.

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  • Counseling Services Available Now

    We know that this can be a difficult and stressful time for our Anderson students and families and would like to offer our support. If you or your student are in need of counseling services, please fill out the Counselor Request form and our school counselor, Mrs. Mariana Oceguera, will get back to you within 24 hours.

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