October 23 - 27 is Red Ribbon Week!
We are pledging to be drug free!
Monday, October 23: Live Like a Star! Dress for the Red Carpet - wear red
Tuesday, October 24: Live Like You're Planning For Your Future! College spirit day, wear your favorite college spirit attire
Wednesday, October 25: Live Like Your Future is Bright! Wear sunglasses
Thursday, October 26: Live Like it's 1999! Pick a decade to wear attire from (70s, 80s, 90s)
Friday, October 27: Live Like an Author! Dress up as your favorite storybook character. Characters such as Clifford, Harry Potter, Junie B. Jones, Cinderella, Blues Clues, the Cat in the Hat, Harry Potter, Pete the Cat, etc.
No Halloween costumes unless it is a storybook character. No make up, masks, or hair coloring.
For more information visit the Red Ribbon Campaign.
Please note that the cafeteria doors will be locked at 7:55am.
After 7:55am, you must sign your child in at the front office.
RAINY DAY PROCEDURES
Smith Elementary will NOT have Rainy day Dismissal this year. If you need to make a transportation change for your child, please send a note to the teacher or fax it to 281-891-8421. All transportation changes must be made by 2:30 pm. In the event that there is lightning, we will hold all walkers/bikers until it is safe for them to walk/bike home. Please assist us by monitoring the weather and sending students with proper attire and umbrellas if needed.
Smith Welcomes New Assistant Principal
Shimona Eason is a LEAD SPRING participant and has spent her 13-year career serving the students and parents in Spring ISD. She began her journey at Thompson Elementary as a teacher and was promoted to instructional coach. She was also worked at Booker Elementary, Claughton Middle School and Jenkins Elementary where she has held the roles of Teacher, Testing Coordinator and Accountability Specialist. This will be her third year as an Assistant Principal. For the past two years she has worked as an Assistant Principal at Burchett Elementary. She received her bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Texas Southern University and a master’s degree in educational administration from Lamar University.