2018 Christmas Musical Extravaganza 

The deadline to purchase your congratulatory ad for your star(s) is fast approaching.  Please turn in your ad form and payment to the school secretary or log in to your MySchoolBucks account to pay for your ad.  

If you are interested in purchasing an additional ad for your business or place of employment at a deeply discounted rate, please contact Jackie Autman at (281) 458-4334 x 127

Note from The Principal

Greetings Eagles!
It's the most wonderful time of year! Holiday season is finally here. Nothing warms my heart more than seeing staff members and scholars in the giving spirit. One way we can stay in the giving spirit, is by participating in our food drive. Another way to stay in the spirit is by taking your scholar to volunteer at shelters in the community. Exposing your scholar to these events will instill a sense of community and service in them at a young age.
The holiday season is another time that attendance can sometimes be low. Coming to school every day will greatly benefit your scholar. The attendance rate is important because scholars are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It's difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent. In addition to falling behind in academics, scholars who are not in school on a regular basis are more likely to get into trouble at school and within the community. In order to get scholars excited about school we host a perfect attendance party each nine weeks. I hope to see your scholar there.

Happy Holidays! 

Ashley Miller,  M.A., CCC-SLP

Tyra Gary
tgary@rhodesschool. org
Character Trait for December: Self-Discipline
Self-Discipline is defined as  positive self control of ones words, actions, impulses and desires, demonstrating good judgment or courage to do the right thing.
Ideas for Parents
-Identify strategies for practicing self-discipline when in heated situations, such as count to 10 and back, stopping to breathe deeply several times, going for a walk, thinking about the consequences, and trying to identify what the other person is feeling.  
-Discuss the benefits of going to school for 12 or more years. Does it take patience to come to school day after day/ What are the rewards of getting an education?   
Bullying: What it is and what it's not
What Bullying IS:
The definition of bullying: "A person is bullied when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other persons, and he or she has difficulty defending himself or herself".  
This definition includes three important components:
1. Bullying is aggressive behavior that involves unwanted, negative actions
2. Bullying involves a pattern of behavior repeated over time
3. Bullying involves an imbalance of power or strength
What Bullying IS NOT:
1. Not liking someone
2. Being excluded
3. Accidentally bumping into someone
4. Making other kids play or do things a certain way
5. A single act of telling a joke about someone
6. Arguments/Conflict
7. Expressions of unpleasant thoughts or feelings regarding others
8. Isolated acts of harassment, aggressive behavior, intimidation or meanness
We encourage parents to talk with their scholars about these situations and reach out for help when there is a concern. Our scholars understand what these behaviors look like and are encouraged to look out for each other.

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Campus Information 
Text "@TRSCV" to 81010

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Campus Personnel 

Principal: Mrs. Ashley Miller     
Secretary: Ms. Candra Handy
Registrar: Mrs. Jessenia Rocha
Counselor: Mrs. Tyra Gary 

Volunteer Opportunities
KaBoom Volunteers and Food Donations

200 Volunteers are needed December 14,  2018  to assist with building a new playground at the new North Shore Campus located at:

13334 Wallisville Rd. Houston TX.  

Shifts start at  6:30am  and end at  2:00pm.  If you volunteer for two hours or more and you get a free t-shirt. Click  HERE to register.  Church groups, organizations, and companies are welcome!

Food, water, and snack donations are welcome.

For more information, please contact Jackie Autman at 

Campus Information
Campus News
  • 12:30 p.m. is the cut off time for transportation changes.
  • 2:30 p.m. is the cut off time for picking up your scholar early.
  Activity Fees
The 4th and final installment payment is due Friday, January 25, 2019.
Please follow the direction for My School Bucks;
  • Visit
  • Under the meal account tab, add new student.
  • Once student is added, go to top right hand corner and select school store.
  • Browse all items
  • Then select Annual Fees to make payments
Field Experiences 
12.13.18-    Christmas program
12.12.18-    Houston Children's Museum, Pre-Kinder-Kinder

Important Dates

Monday Dec 17th           Ugly Sweater day (Wear your best ugly sweater)
Tuesday Dec 18th          Sweet treats 
Wednesday Dec 19th     Polar Express (Wear pajamas)
Thursday Dec 20th         Christmas Party

Christmas Play 
Fine Art Spotlight 
The Humble students under the instruction of Mrs. Monique Soungie are creating their  own  stained glass through a process called Decoupage. 

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