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Early Release and Vacation

Don't forget Friday, November 16th is an early release day. School will release at approximately 12:30pm. Please make arrangements to pick your students up on time. Next week is our Thanksgiving break and we hope that all of our SST Houston families have a safe and happy holiday!


Enrollment

Enrollment is going on now. Tell your friends to put you down as a referral. 1 referral on an application is one dat of free dress for your children. 5 referrals will be free uniforms next school year and 10 referrals is free school supplies for your child(ren).


SST Houston Spelling Bee

On November 30th we will be having our 3rd annual SST Houston Spelling Bee. Unlike previous years, the spelling bee is open to all students. All students who are interested can sign up in the lobby or let their teacher know. Below is the tentative schedule for the 30th:
9:00 am - Kinder - 2nd grade students compete in cafeteria
9:50 am - 3rd - 5th grade students compete in cafeteria
12:45 pm - 6th - 8th grade students compete in cafeteria
1:45 pm - SCHOOLWIDE BEE (to include winners from contests earlier in the day)
Don't forget to encourage your children to repeat words back before they begin spelling and to ask for definitions. Remember, all students are competing against one another. Even a first grader will be expected to know words from the highest level on the list. For the official word list, click on "read more…" Word lists with definitions are available in the lobby. For questions, email jwrobleski@ssttx.org read more . . .


SST School of Character

At SST Houston, we are dedicated to creating responsible and well-educated citizens. In order to achieve this, we are implementing a school of character program. Each month we will focus on a character trait. We have created a "Tree of Character". Students who exhibit character traits will have their names added as a leaf on the tree. Please encourage your students to embody these traits in their everyday lives both at home and at school. The traits we are focusing this school year include: Accountability, Dedication, Responsibility, Citizenship, Caring, Respectfulness, Honesty, Integrity, Kindness and Leadership.


Measures of Academic Progress tests (MAP)

Our students will be taking Measures of Academic Progress tests (MAP) over the next two weeks. The tests students take are as follows:

- Reading: K-8

- Math: K-8

- Language: 2-8

- Science: 5, 8

Please talk to your child and motivate him/her about the importance of this assessment.

MAP tests measure your child's academic achievement. This testing will provide information on your child’s academic growth by considering previous MAP tests that the student has taken. This testing will also provide a basis to measure your child’s academic growth during the upcoming school year. The MAP tests are customized for each student, and test results are displayed on the computer monitor immediately after each test. You will receive a report on your child's academic progress shortly after the testing period.

We are excited about this assessment program because we are able to provide you more information about your child’s progress more quickly than we have been able to do with traditional standardized testing methods.


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Calendar
 
 November 19, Monday
Thanksgiving Break
 
 
 November 20, Tuesday
Thanksgiving Break
 
 
 November 21, Wednesday
Thanksgiving Break
 
 
 November 22, Thursday
Thanksgiving Break
 
 
 November 23, Friday
Thanksgiving Break
 
 
 November 30, Friday
Class Pictures and individual retakes
SST Houston Spelling Bee
 
 
 December 7, Friday
6th - 8th Science Fair
 
 
 December 14, Friday
3rd - 5th Science Fair
 




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