McNabb Elementary School

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    McNabb Morning Announcements from our

    Wonderful Assistant Principal, Mr. Jackson!!

    Announcements: October 23, 2020

    Knightly Newsletter: Week of October 26, 2020

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    No Spring ISD classes Oct. 30 through Nov. 3 for Short Intersession Break

    Spring ISD families and staff: Please be advised that there will be no classes for students on Friday, Oct. 30 through Tuesday, Nov. 3 for a short intersession break and Election Day holiday (except for those staff on a 226-day contract and some other exceptions). Classes will resume on Wednesday, Nov. 4.

     

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  • Big Kahuna Fundraising

     

    Big Kahuna Fundraiser

    We are excited about our Big Kahuna Fundraiser. We would love your support! The money we raise will go towards technology and educational software.

    This is our last week to sell, sell, sell. ALL money will be collected on November 4th and 5th only! Keep earning those prizes!

    If your child sells 15 or more items they will earn this fantastic incentive!!

    Online Sale Site: www.bigkahunaprime.com

    Your school ID to register online is 4135

     

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    Join Us!

    Parents, now’s the time to start talking about middle school with your 5th grade student. From Oct. 26 to Oct. 29, the district is featuring School Choice Awareness Week with special virtual meetings for each of the two middle schools of choice at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. We encourage you to log on and learn more ahead of the application window, which opens on Nov. 2.

    Click on a flyer below for all the details for each of the two options. You can also get more information, including FAQs and videos, at www.springisd.org/choice.

    Roberson Middle School Flyer- English and Spanish

    Spring Leadership Academy- English and Spanish

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    Spring ISD Schools celebrate Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23-31

    Spring ISD is celebrating National Red Ribbon Week from Oct. 23-31. During this week, schools across the nation are encouraged to discuss the importance of making positive, healthy choices and staying drug free.

    This year’s theme is “Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.” Campuses and virtual learners will celebrate the week with special dress days and programs.

    Be sure to use the hashtag #SpringISDRedRibbonWeek to showcase your campus and have the chance to be featured on our social media.

     

    McNabb Red Ribbon Schedule

     Monday, Oct. 26, 2020 “BE YOUR OWN HERO”- wear your best superhero gear.

    Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020 “PUT A CAP ON DRUGS”- wear a hat or a crazy hat.

    Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020 ““ROCK YOUR RED!” – wear as much red as you can!

    Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020 “TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS”- wear your favorite team jersey/shirt.

    Friday, Oct. 30, 2020 NO SCHOOL

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    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.mNO students are allowed to be dropped off before this time as there is no one on duty to watch the students before 8:05.

    • Car Riders-Students must remain in their vehicle until they have been screened and cleared by a staff member.
    • · Walkers should line up on the orange feet in the front of the school to ensure social distancing. Parent/Guardians must remain with the students until they have been screened and cleared by a staff member.
    • Students are considered tardy after 8:35.
    • If a student arrives after 8:35, the parent/guardian must walk the student to the door to be screened. The student must be cleared for entry before the parent/guardian can leave the student.

     Thank you for your support with keeping our knights safe.

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    Welcoming Back our Safety-First In-Person Students

    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.


    Should you wish to make a learning option change, please fill out this form and then give us a call or email us.
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    *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.

     

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    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. 

     

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    2020-2021 Face to Face School Supply List

    2020-2021 Virtual School Supply List

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      Staar Reports

    Student State Assessment History Reports Now Available Online

     

     

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    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. 

    https://web.springisd.org/volunteers/

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  •  Principal- 

    Melissa Warford

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    Assistant Principal-

    Justin Jackson

    School Hours:

    8:35am - 3:40pm

    Attendance is taken at 9:30am.

    Students arriving to school after 9:30 will be counted absent.

    No transportation changes or early student pick-ups will be made after 3:10 pm.

     

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