Note from The Principal

Greetings Eagles!

Rhodes School for the Performing Arts has a rigorous curriculum and an outstanding group of dedicated teachers to provide its scholars with exceptional learning opportunities!
As we prepare for Dr. Seuss Week and our book fair, think of ways you can encourage reading in your home. Reading, and a love for reading, begins at home. Creating literacy activities can develop your child's reading ability, comprehension, and language skills.  It could also improve your child's interest in reading, attitude towards reading, and focus. Below you will find helpful tips to encourage reading at home.
  1. Read to your scholar every night.
  2. Let you scholar see you reading!
  3. Create a reward system for every book your child reads.
  4. Have your scholar earn television/iPad time by reading first.
  5. Take a trip to the library together
Using these helpful tips in your home is a sure way to grow your scholar's interest in reading!

Ashley Miller,  M.A., CCC-SLP
Kerite Hughes
February's character trait is Respect.

Respect can be described as a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. The articleRaising Caring, Respectful, Ethical Children generates several ideas to help cultivate respect in children. Here are some ideas from the article:

1.      Work to develop caring, loving relationships with your kids
Why? Children learn caring and respect when they are treated that way. When our children feel loved, they also become attached to us. That attachment makes them more receptive to our values and teaching.
How? Loving our children takes many forms, such as tending to their physical and emotional needs, providing a stable and secure family environment, showing affection, respecting their individual personalities, taking a genuine interest in their lives, talking about things that matter, and affirming their efforts and achievements.

Try this
1. Regular time together. Plan regular, emotionally intimate time with your children. Some parents and caretakers do this through nightly bedtime reading or other shared activity. Some build one-on-one time with their children into their weekly schedules rather than leaving it to chance. You might, for example, spend one Saturday afternoon a month with each of your children doing something you both enjoy.

2. Meaningful conversation. Whenever you have time with your child, take turns asking each other questions that bring out your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Ask questions such as: * "What was the best part of your day? The hardest part?" Raising Caring, Respectful, Ethical Children 2 * "What did you accomplish today that you feel good about?" * "What's something nice someone did for you today? What's something nice you did?" * "What's something you learned today-in school or outside of school?"
Investing the time to cultivate respect in our children takes time but it is truly worth it.
Remind 101 

Campus Information 
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Campus Personnel 

Principal: Mrs. Ashley Miller     
Secretary: Ms. Candra Handy
Registrar: Mrs. Jessenia Rocha
Counselor: Mrs. Kerite Hughes

Parent and Community Volunteers

We are always looking for parent crew members who are available to lend a helping hand. Please contact Jackie Autman via email at or via phone at (281) 458-4334 ext. 127

100th Day of School  Friday, February 1st 
Father-Daughter Dance Thursday, February 7th
PTO Meeting Thursday, February 21st
Spring Picture Day Thursday, February 21st
(Free Dress)
Book Fair Week February 25th-March 1st
Dr. Seuss Week February 25th-March 1st
Black History Program Thursday, February 28th

Campus Updates
·        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 last Installment Payment was due 1/25.
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
Wednesday, February 6th: Prek- Kinder Children's Museum  (Permission Slips Due Feb 1st)

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