2018-19 Grade Level School Supply Lists
The school supply lists on the link are ready for you to review. Providing your child(-ren) with the requested supplies will make sure that they are prepared and ready for learning, able to organize their work and materials, and well equipped with the tools they need for their academic success.
21st Century/SAFE Program
More information coming soon!
Salyers School Compact and Family Engagement Policies
Please click on the links below to view the current documents for this year. Thank you for all that you do to help your student and our school be a success!
ATTENTION PARENTS: ALL ADULTS WHO COME TO SALYERS TO PICK-UP A STUDENT EARLY OR FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE MUST HAVE A PICTURE I.D.!
Spring ISD has a new grading policy!
- Major grades are 50% and minor grades are 50%
- Elementary report card cycles are 9 weeks
- Grades are entered weekly
- Students are given advanced notice when there will be an assignment or assessment for a major grade
- Students are given the opportunity to retake an assessment if they failed; however the maximum score they can earn on a retest is 75%
- Pre-kindergarten students receive progress reports every 12 weeks
- Kindergarten through fifth grade students receive progress reports every 4 weeks
A = 90 - 100
B = 80 - 89
C = 75 - 79
D = 70 - 74
F = 69 and below
Koala Kare is a before and after school child care program that operates on elementary school campuses. They hire certified teachers and school staff, provide a daily afternoon snack, and assist the kids with their homework. Would you like to have this program at Salyers? If so, click the link below and complete a very quick survey. Once we determine if Koala Kare would benefit our families, we will let you know!
Bullying Left out, Kindness Soars! Somtimes it's just a conflict, other times it's bullying. Groups were busy classifying the differences.
University of Houston "Coog Explorers" Mechanical Engineering Technical Program
The 21st Century/SAFE program students were all smiles and actively engaged in learning about mchanical engineering. The U of H students did an excellent job of explaining the theory and mechanics of robotics and brought along a model to have the students put the learning into practice.
Our Fall Carnival was a roaring success!
Thanks to all of the families that came out to enjoy a night of fun at our school! Students were able to "pie" the assistant principal, Mr. Livingston, have a scooter race against Ms. Eversole, challenge others to Connect 4, Giant Jenga, musical chairs, and a whole lot more! We look forward to having just as much fun when we host one again. Thanks to all of you for your support!