Welcome Back to our 3rd-5th grade students who have chosen to return Face to Face. We are excited to have you back on campus.
As we welcome back so many of our Knights, there are a few safety precautions that we have in place to ensure the safety of all of our Face to Face learners.
The doors will open at 8:05 a.m. NO students are allowed to be dropped off before this time as there is no one on duty to watch the students before 8:05.
Thank you for your support with keeping our knights safe.
Want to see your student’s grades and report cards? Log into HAC!
As we prepare to release progress reports and report cards this fall, we wanted to remind you how to check your child’s grades on the Home Access Center.
The key is to log into the myspringisd portal and into HAC. There you will find a Grades tab. When you click on that, you will see where to locate your child’s progress report (IPR), report cards and more.
Remember, the username and password you use to log into the portal is the same username and password for logging into HAC. Also, parents should log in using their credentials, not their student’s.
Staying connected with your child’s academic progress is a great way to ensure your student’s success in school. By monitoring and encouraging, you can help support your child’s performance.
See the attached handouts in English and Spanish for step-by-step directions.
Download the Spring ISD Mobile App and Stay Informed
The app is available from Google Play or the App Store and allows parents and guardians to easily access important student information, including assignments, classes, grades, lunch balances and attendance. Parents can also update their contact information to ensure they receive important messages from the campus or district. This step-by-step guide will help get you started:
That’s it! You’re ready to use our mobile app, which will help you help your student have a successful year! Questions? Check out: www.springisd.org/mobileapp.
As we prepare for digital learning Parent Webinars we would like to hear from you. To help make sure our webinars are discussing topics that are important to you, please complete the survey below.
Mientras nos preparamos para los seminarios web para padres de aprendizaje digital, nos gustaría saber de usted. Para asegurarse de que nuestros seminarios web son importantes para usted, complete la encuesta a continuación.
For those families who have opted for in-person instruction, we’re excited to start phasing back the return of our students. The district has a lot of information about the plan on their website at www.springisd.org/reopen.
We also wanted to let you know that the district is offering more flexibility for students to move from remote to in-person instruction. Rather than having to wait until the end of a grading period, parents will be able to make the switch at any time, keeping in mind that we may need up to two weeks to adjust staffing and arrange bus transportation. Students always have the option to move from in-person to remote learning.
Student Code of Conduct Updated to Reflect Changes Related to Pandemic
The district’s 2020-21 Student Code of Conduct has been updated to reflect revisions and additions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Specifically, the handbook now includes guidance around how students are expected to behave to promote safety when health conditions permit in-person learning on the campuses, including maintaining social distancing procedures, handwashing, wearing masks and keeping mouth and nose covered while sneezing and/or coughing.
Students could face disciplinary action for purposefully trying to cough or sneeze on another person, refusing to adhere to social distancing standards, and removing personal protective equipment like a mask with the goal of trying to harm or threaten another person with bodily fluids.
Students who show up to school without a mask or refuse to wear one during the school day may also face a dress code violation. The expectation is that all students come to school wearing a face covering, just as they would adhere to dress code. The goal is to keep everyone in our school safe, including students and staff.
To view the entire Code of Conduct, please click here. Parents without ability to download the Code of Conduct may request one in print by emailing Thomas Graham, the director of Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*UPDATE* Starting Monday 9/14 we will be offering curbside pickup daily (Monday-Friday). Please note the new time and location changes. Each child will receive 1 breakfast and 1 lunch meal per day. Visit our website for more information! Spring ISD #StayHealthySpring.
Here are some important details:
Parents/Guardians may pick up meals at any elementary location, regardless of their child’s grade.
Students are not required to be in the vehicle.
Student ID number or ID badge MUST BE presented in order to pick up meals.
Meals are for Spring ISD students only.
Breakfast and lunch are free for all students enrolled in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) schools.
Curbside Meal Serving Times:
4:30p.m. - 6 p.m.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Harris County Announces Free COVID-19 Testing with Shorter Wait Times and Faster Results
Harris County Public Health announced that Harris County’s two stationary COVID-19 test sites in Pasadena and Cy Fair are getting a big boost from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS). The state and federal government are providing thousands of additional test kits and lab capacity, for quicker test results, in 3 to 5 business days.
There is a new and separate website to register for Surge Testing: www.doineedacovid19test.com or call 832-927-7575. To get tested at the surge sites, people must be 13 or older, register and select an appointment time and keep their assigned voucher ID, which is required for testing. They also need to keep the username and password they registered with because they will need that to get their test results, in 3-5 days. Surge Sites are open Monday-Saturday and now have evening hours one day a week at each site: Tuesdays in Cy Fair at Pridgeon Stadium from 4 to 8 p.m. and Thursdays in Pasadena at San Jacinto College Central Campus, also from 4 to 8 p.m.
Visit www.hcphtx.org for COVID-19 updates and resources.
Field Trip Chaperones/ Classroom Volunteers
Parents.. We need you! Would you like to be a volunteer or chaperone on your child’s upcoming field trip this year? All parents must have a background check on file with Spring ISD before you can be a volunteer or chaperone. Please click on the link below to fill out the form and have your background check approved.
Virtual Community Resource Fair for Spring ISD Families Scheduled for Sept. 29
The Family Engagement Department will host a Virtual Community Resource Fair for district parents next Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Held online so everyone can participate safely, the event will feature a range of community agencies sharing information about services they provide for area families.
A partial list of organizations and agencies participating includes:
- The Harris Center
- Houston Food Bank
- Community Health Choice
- San Jacinto Girl Scouts
- Boy Scouts of America
- Northwest Assistance Ministries
- ATHLETE Training and Health
- Family Houston
- Houston Public Library
- Cabo Dental
This will be a little different from past resource fairs, but we know there will be lots of great information available to support our families and students, and we appreciate your patience and flexibility as we utilize this digital gathering format.
To join the resource fair online next Tuesday, log on via Zoom using the meeting ID and passcode below:
Meeting ID: 980 1890 5876
For more information ahead of the event, contact Ysabel Luna, Parent Engagement Specialist at 281-891-6685 or email@example.com.