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 
Dear RSPA-NW Families,
Each year, the month of December symbolizes a season of cheerful giving and love. As we experience the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, the academic expectations here, at RSPA-NW, remain constant. 
To support our scholars' academic endeavors, we have made some enhancements to the building. In the interest of safety, we have installed an entrance security system. At the main doors, you will now find a doorbell, a camera, as well as our new capability to unlock the door from the secretary's desk.
While promoting a safe and positive learning environment, we are not only considering the physical components of safety, but also the emotional aspects.
Our staff and scholars understand that the most important feature of learning is growth. As we all know, growing is not always a pleasant activity. Sometimes it is unwanted, uncomfortable or even painful. Self-reflection and difficult decision-making are also a part of growth. Still, the process always results in improvement.
This year, RSPA-NW has adopted a growth mindset model and share this belief with our scholars, daily. Essentially, growth mindset maintains that our most basic talents can be developed. More specifically, scholars can learn more and become smarter if they work hard and persevere. If a child was once a slow reader, he or she doesn't have to remain that way. We encourage scholars to: ask questions; make mistakes; understand why their strategy was incorrect; and TRY AGAIN. Giving up is never an option. Everyone can grow.
This is how you can support our efforts:
  • Please use lots of positive and encouraging words with your children. Help them understand the promise you see as well as your belief in their ability to become a better version of themselves. Each morning, we share affirmations with our scholars. We tell them that they are intelligent, amazing beings...and some of them are beginning to believe it!
  • Bring your scholars to school each day. When scholars are not present, they cannot learn from our teachers. If they are late, please sign in with the office. If your child arrives after 9:45am, you must provide a doctor's note.
  • If your child has been absent from school, please document the excuse and submit it to the office. Excuse notes will not be accepted after the third (3rd) day of the scholar's return.
  • A photo ID is required for all parents and visitors who are responsible for signing scholars in and out of campus.
Thank you for all you do and for entrusting your child's schooling to us.  We appreciate your investment, involvement and support.

Mr. Charles Russell
Interim Principal 

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Campus Personnel 

Principal: Mr. Charles Russell 
Secretary: Mrs. Edwena Windham
Registrar: Ms. VicToria Fisher
Counselor: Mrs. Kerite Hughes
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 Activities 

  • December 3-7: CBA Testing
  • December 13: Christmas Play (10:00am)
  • December 19 & 20: District Christmas Production- Annie Jr. (7:00pm)
  • December 21- January 8: Winter Holiday Break

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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