Our School Day 7: 40 School Starts After 8: 00 a m. –Tardy Parents must walk their child into the building and sign in child in the office After 10 a m.—Absent 2: 45—Dismissal pk 3



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“PAWS” for Great News

Somerset Early Childhood Elementary

News Letter
Date February 2-13, 2015


Our School Day

7:40 School Starts

After 8:00 a.m. –Tardy

Parents must walk their child into the building and

sign in child in the office
After 10 a. m.—Absent

2:45—Dismissal


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PK 3





Week of February 2nd-6th
Theme: Things That Move

Letter: Nn

Color: review – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, brown, white

Shape: review – square, rectangle, circle, oval, triangle, rhombus, star

Number: 7

Science: Motion – difference between fast and slow.

Social Studies: Why is a traffic officer important and how do they help us? Bus safety and rules and why buses are important.

Math: AB patterns review, counting 1-10, number ID

VOCABULARY: driver, passengers, safety, traffic, transportation, travel, vehicle, bus, traffic officer, pattern, needle, necklace

Semana de 2 de Febrero

Tema de la semana: Cosas que se mueven

Letra- Reposo- A,E,I,O,U,M,P,S,L,T,D,R,C,N,F

Numero - 7

Vocabulario- chofer, pasajero, seguro, trafico, transportación, viajar, carro, bus, oficial de tráfico, patrón

Figura: repaso- cuadrado, rectángulo, circulo, ovalo, triangulo, rombo

Ciencia- Investigar sobré Movimiento –lento, rápido

Ciencias Sociales- El Trasporte y las personas del transporté

Matemáticas- Repasar patrones, contar del 1-10, Identificar números del 1 al 10




Week of February 9th-13th
Theme: Going Green

Letter: Oo

Color: review – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, brown, white

Shape: review – square, rectangle, circle, oval, triangle, rhombus, star

Number: 7

Science: recycling (reusing) – Why is it important to recycle?

Social Studies: history of valentines' day

Math: number ID 1-10, number games, review numbers 1-10

VOCABULARY: olive, octopus, ostrich, oyster, recycle, reuse, collage, counting, materials, valentines day, heart, love

Semana del 9 de Febrero

Tema de la semana Una Tierra más Verde

Letra- Bb

Numero 7

Vocabulario reciclar, resusar, contar, materiales, Día de San Valentín, Corazón, amor

Ciencias Reciclando (Reusando)- Por que es importante reciclar?

Ciencias Sociales- Historiad el día de San Valentín

Matemáticas- Identificar números del 1 al 10 Juego con números, repasar los números del 1 al 10


Reminder: Please be sure to read DAILY with your child! (& sign Reading log)

Recordatorios No olvide Firmar el folder de comportamiento todos las días y mandar la libreta de tareas cada jueves.
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PK 4




Week of February 2nd-6th

Theme: Things that move/ groundhog day/ 100s day

Letter: Ii

Color: primary

Shape: octagon

Number:

Sight Word: see

Nursery Rhyme: The Wheels on the Bus

Semana February 2nd-6th

Theme: Objetos que se mueven/ Celebración de 100 días

Letter Jj

Color: Colores primarios

Figura Geométrica: Octágono

numero: repaso

Palabra de alta frecuencia: que

nusery rhyme: A la rueda de San Miguel








Week of February 9th-13th

Theme: Going Green. Valentines

Letter: Hh

Color: secondary

Shape: parallelogram

Sight Word: not

Nursery Rhyme: Pat-a-cake

Semana February 9th-13th

Theme: Reciclar, Dia de San Valentín

Letra: Yy

Colores: Secundarios

Figura geométrica: paralelogramo

Palabra de alta frecuencia: no, si



Cancion: Ahí está la luna




We are asking for donations of newspapers and magazines for upcoming projects.

Estamos pidiendo donaciones de periódicos y revistas que pueda tener en su casa.
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KINDERGARTEN

Week of February 2nd-6th







ELA: Students will identify and describe sequence.

Vocabulary: woodland, nest, vale, hollow, comfortable shadows, sequence

Lectura: Los estudiantes identificaran y describirán la secuencia de un texto.
Vocabulario: combinación de consonantes, oración completa, instrucciones, descripción, secuencia

Science: Students will discuss the objects in the sky

Vocabulary: moon, sun, earth, pattern, repeating, shape, full, new, position

Social Studies: Student’s will identify reasons why voting is important

. Vocabulary: vote


Math: Students will model and compare sets to decide which number is greater than, or less than another

Vocabulary: greater than, less than


Ciencia: Los estudiantes discutirán los objetos en el cielo

Vocabulario: Luna, Sol, Tierra, patrón, repitiendo, forma, llena, nueva, posición
Estudios Sociales: Los estudiantes identificaran el porque el votar es importante.

Vocabulario: voto
Matemáticas: Los estudiantes modelaran y comarcarán grupos para decidir que numero es mayor que o menor que otro.

Vocabulario: mayor que, menor que


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Week of February 9th-13th


ELA: Students will identify and describe the characters of a story.

Vocabulary: bears, porridge, cottage, big, middle sized, small characters
Science: Student will discuss the phases/changes of the moon.

Vocabulary: moon, sun, earth, pattern, repeating, shape, full, new, position
Social Studies: Student will identify historical people and events.

Vocabulary: nation, state, chronology, past, history, before, after, first, last, next
Math: Students will identify a number that is one more and one less than another

Vocabulary: more, less


Lectura: Los estudiantes identificaran y describirán los personajes de un cuento.

Vocabulario: personaje, enunciado, palabra compuesta, autor, lista, volver a contar, ilustrador, cuento folclórico
Ciencia: Los estudiantes discutirán las fases/cambios de la luna

Vocabulario: Luna, Sol, Tierra, patrón, repitiendo, forma, nueva, posición
Estudios Sociales: Los estudiantes i9dentificaran personajes históricos y eventos

Vocabulario: nación, estado, cronología, pasado, historia, antes, después, primero, por último, siguiente


Matemáticas: Los estudiantes identificaran un numero que es uno más y uno menos que otro.

Vocabulario: mas, menos


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February

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Start Carnation Pre-Sale



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PAW PALS meeting 8:00



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100th day of school

La celebración de 100 días de escuela


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Counselor’s Week



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Valentine’s Parties 1:45

Fiesta de San Valentin a la 1:45 pm


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President’s Day

No School


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Choices


9:00a.m. and 5:30 pm at ECE Library

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss Week



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Fatherhood event with Head start 3-4



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Somerset Parent Symposium @ Somerset High School

8:30 – 1:00



Pasta for Pennies Presented by Olive Garden is a service learning, character education and philanthropy program that gives students a unique experience BY making a difference through teamwork—working together to aid thousands of children and adults in the fight against blood cancers like leukemia. How it Works: Students collect money over a three-week period in February. The money can come from friends or relatives or underneath the couch cushions. What's important is that it's collected. The class collecting the most money receives a Pasta Party lunch courtesy of the Olive Garden.

On behalf of Somerset ISD, you are cordially invited to participate in our Parent Symposium for 2015 “There’s no place like home” on February 28, 2015. The purpose of the Parent Symposium is to provide our parents and community information about practical parenting, college awareness and future planning. Additionally, we hope to provide parents with access to additional community resources.

Date: February 28th Time: 8:30 am-1:00PM Place: Somerset High School Cafeteria
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Carnations will be on sale in the front office starting on February 2nd. All carnation orders will be delivered to the students on February 13th. The price will be $2.00 a carnation. Please keep your eye out for more details.

Claveles estarán a la venta en la oficina de partida frente el 2 de febrero. Todos los pedidos de clavel se entregarán a los estudiantes el 13 de febrero. El precio será de $ 2.00 al clavel. Por favor, mantenga su ojo hacia fuera para más detalles.


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Paw Pals

PAW PALS would like to invite you to our meeting on Tuesday, February 3rd at 8:00 am. We will be discussing:

  • Upcoming events

  • Planning for school carnival

  • April fund raiser

  • Teacher appreciation




PALS PAW gustaría invitarle a nuestra reunión el martes 3 de febrero a las 8:00 am. Vamos a discutir:
• Próximos eventos
• Planificación de carnaval de la escuela
• recaudador de fondos de abril
Aprecio del profesor



Somerset ECE will be hosting Career Day. “Career day is great for elementary kids because it shows them early in their academic careers the importance of learning”, according to Casey Doose (2009) of Education World. If you would be willing to present to our students on March 20th 1-2 pm about your career please contact Ms. Stephanie Reyna, Counselor at 866-852-9865 x6503 or email Stephanie.reyna@sisdk12.net
Somerset ECE será el anfitrión de Día de Carrera. "Día de la carrera es ideal para niños de primaria, ya que les muestra al principio de sus carreras académicas la importancia del aprendizaje", según Casey Doose (2009) del Mundial de Educación. Si usted estaría dispuesto a presentar a nuestros estudiantes el 20 de marzo 1-2 pm acerca de su carrera por favor comunicarse con la Sra Stephanie Reyna, Consejero en 866-852-9865 x6503 o correo electrónico Stephanie.reyna@sisdk12.net


Calling all Parents

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If you know anyone going out of town or that lives out of town we need your help. We would like to show our students that there is a big world out there with great adventures to see. Please have post cards sent to:
Si conoce a alguien salir de la ciudad o que vive fuera de la ciudad, necesitamos su ayuda. Queremos mostrar a nuestros alumnos que hay un mundo ahí fuera con grandes aventuras para ver. Por favor, tener tarjetas postales enviadas a:

All ECE Students

Wish You were here.

19930 Touchstone, Somerset TX 78069


We will display all post cards on a map.

Somerset ECE has created a wall of knowledge. If you would like to be part of our college wall of knowledge please send your picture and where you attended college to Ms. Stephanie Reyna. We will proudly display your picture next to the college you attended.

Somerset ECE ha creado un muro de conocimiento. Si a usted le gustaría ser parte de nuestra pared de la universidad de los conocimientos por favor envíe su cuadro y donde asistió a la universidad a la señora Stephanie Reyna. Orgullo Vamos a mostrar su imagen junto a la universidad a la que asistió.


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LIBRARY


Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known to the world as the beloved Dr. Seuss, was born in 1904 on Howard Street in Springfield, Massachusetts.

In each classroom we will be celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday by reading a variety of Dr. Seuss books. We encourage you to also read these humorous books with your child


Theodor Seuss Geisel, más conocido en el mundo como el querido Dr. Seuss, nació en 1904 en la calle Howard en Springfield, Massachusetts.
En cada aula vamos a celebrar el cumpleaños de Dr. Seuss leyendo una variedad de libros de Dr. Seuss. Le animamos a leer también estos libros de humor con su hijo
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Buddy Program


Somerset Early College (ECLA) students will be coming to Somerset ECE every Thursday to read with our students and academic skills.

Somerset Early College (ECLA) vendrán a Somerset ECE todos los jueves a leer con nuestros estudiantes y habilidades académicas.


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Physical Education




In PE we will learn basic basketball skills The proper growth of the child requires motor development. The most crucial time of this development for a person is between the ages of two and seven. Proper motor development requires learning object control skills, loco-motor skills, body awareness skills, spatial awareness skills and non-loco-motor skills.

1) Object Control:

To help a child develop object control skills, you can employ the use of easily manipulated objects such as balloons, beach balls and balls.



2) Loco-motor:

The motor skills that allow a person to move from one place to another are called loco-motor skills. Some basic activities using loco-motor skills are hopping and running.



3) Body Awareness:

Body awareness is the skill of understanding how each body part moves. Activities that utilize balancing can be considered body awareness activities.



4) Spatial Awareness

Understanding the distance and relation between your body and other objects is another essential motor skill. Students can enhance their spatial awareness skills by playing with objects that rely on a good sense of distance.



5) Non-Loco-motor

Movement anchored to one spot by a body part.



En PE vamos a aprender las habilidades básicas de baloncesto El crecimiento adecuado del niño requiere el desarrollo motor. El momento más crucial de este desarrollo para una persona es de entre dos y siete. Desarrollo adecuado del motor requiere habilidades de aprendizaje de control de objetos, habilidades loco-motoras, habilidades de conciencia del cuerpo, habilidades de conciencia espacial y habilidades no-loco-motoras.
1) Control del objeto:
Para ayudar a un niño a desarrollar habilidades de control de objetos, se puede emplear el uso de objetos fácilmente manipulables como globos, pelotas de playa y pelotas.
2) Loco-motor:
Las habilidades motoras que permiten a una persona para moverse de un lugar a otro se llaman habilidades loco-motoras. Algunas actividades básicas utilizando habilidades loco-motoras están saltando y corriendo.
3) Conciencia corporal:
La conciencia del cuerpo es la habilidad de la comprensión de cómo cada parte del cuerpo se mueve. Actividades que utilizan de equilibrio pueden ser consideradas actividades de sensibilización corporal.
4) Conciencia Espacial
La comprensión de la distancia y la relación entre el cuerpo y otros objetos es otra habilidad motor esencial. Los estudiantes pueden mejorar sus habilidades de conciencia espacial por jugar con objetos que dependen de un buen sentido de la distancia.
5) No-Loco-motor
Movimiento anclado a un punto por una parte del cuerpo.



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Free Family Zumba Classes

5:30-6:30 @ MPC Center

Children are welcome to attend the classes

Skill focus

Mystery Letter

Use your index finger to trace a letter on their back. If your child can guess which letter is being traced on his back, he gets a turn to trace a letter on your back.

Use su dedo índice para trazar una carta en su parte posterior. Si su hijo puede adivinar qué carta está siendo rastreado en su espalda, él tiene un turno para trazar una carta boca arriba.

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Character counts

Golden Rule DO: Treat others the way you want to be treated • Respect the dignity, privacy and freedom of all individuals • Value and honor all people, no matter what they can do for you or to you • Respect others’ property — take good care of property you are allowed to use and don’t take or use property without permission • Respect the autonomy of others — tell them what they should know to make good choices about their own lives
DON’T: Use or manipulate others • Abuse, demean, or mistreat anyone

Tolerance and Acceptance DO: Judge others on their character, abilities, and conduct without regard to race, religion, gender, where they live, how they dress, or the amount of money they have • Be tolerant, respectful, and accepting of those who are different from you • Listen to others and try to understand their points of view

Nonviolence DO: Resolve disagreements, respond to insults, and deal with anger peacefully and without violence
DON’T: Use threats or physical force to get what you want or to express anger

Courtesy DO: Use good manners • Be courteous, polite and civil to everyone
DON’T: Use put-downs, insults, yelling, or ridicule to embarrass or hurt another



RESPECT

Treat others the way you want to be treated.

RESPETO
Trata a los demás como quieres ser tratado.

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Nurse news

What parents should know about head lice.

Adult head lice are small, wingless parasitic insects about 2.1-3.3 mm in length. Head lice infest the head and neck and attach their eggs to the base of the hair shaft. Lice move by crawling; they cannot hop or fly. Head lice infestation are spread most commonly by close person-to-person contact. Dogs, cats, and other pets do not play a role in the transmission of human lice.

Female head lice glue their grayish-white to brown eggs (nits) securely to hair shafts . They are most often found in the hair at the back of the neck or behind the ears. . If you try to slide the nits off, they won't budge. The eggs are difficult to remove without a special “nit-comb”.

Head lice will not go away on their own There are several steps you should take right away. Examine all other members of the household for signs of lice. Finally, treat everyone who's infected at the same time. You can find lice-killing treatments over the counter. They are considered safe, but they may not be recommended for young children. These products kill live lice but not nits. Follow instructions on the label carefully for how long the medication should be left on the hair and how it should be washed off. A second treatment may be needed 9 to 10 days later.

It's best to wash the sheets of anyone being treated for lice. Clothing worn in the past 48 hours should also be washed in hot water. If your child sleeps with a favorite plush toy, put it in a hot dryer for 20 minutes.
Fine-toothed combs are another way to get rid of lice. This comb has teeth fine enough to pull out lice and their nits. It worked for the ancient Egyptians -- nit combs have been found in their tombs. The drawback is that it takes time and patience to comb every last nit out of a child's hair. It may be more effective to comb the hair after treating with a medicated shampoo to get rid of any stragglersnit combhead lice and nits in hairside-by-side comparison of head louse and nit


Lo que los padres deben saber sobre los piojos.

Los piojos adultos son pequeños insectos parásitos sin alas unos 2.1 a 3.3 mm de longitud. Piojos de la cabeza infestan la cabeza y el cuello y adjuntar sus huevos a la base del eje del pelo. Los piojos se mueven arrastrándose; ellos no pueden saltar ni volar. Infestación de piojos se transmite generalmente por contacto directo de persona a persona. Perros, gatos y otras mascotas no juegan un papel en la transmisión de piojos humanos.


  Piojos femeninos pegar su color blanco grisáceo a marrón huevos (liendres) de forma segura a los ejes del pelo. Lo más a menudo se encuentran en el cabello en la parte posterior del cuello o detrás de las orejas. . Si intenta deslizar las liendres fuera, no van a ceder. Los huevos son difíciles de eliminar sin un "nit peine" especial.


Los piojos no va a desaparecer por sí solas Hay varios pasos que debe tomar de inmediato. Examinar todos los otros miembros de la familia en busca de signos de piojos. Por último, el tratamiento de todos los que han infectado al mismo tiempo. Puede encontrar tratamientos para matar piojos de venta libre. Ellos se consideran seguros, pero no pueden ser recomendados para los niños pequeños. Estos productos matar piojos pero no liendres vivos. Siga las instrucciones en la etiqueta cuidadosamente por cuánto tiempo la medicación se debe dejar en el cabello y la forma en que debe ser lavada. Puede ser necesario un segundo tratamiento de 9 a 10 días después.
Lo mejor es lavar las hojas de cualquier persona que reciben tratamiento para los piojos. La ropa usada en las últimas 48 horas también se debe lavar en agua caliente. Si su hijo duerme con un juguete de peluche favorito, lo puso en una secadora caliente durante 20 minutos.

Peines de dientes finos son otra manera de deshacerse de los piojos. Este peine tiene dientes lo suficientemente finos para sacar los piojos y sus liendres. Se trabajó para los antiguos egipcios - peines para liendres se han encontrado en sus tumbas. El inconveniente es que se necesita tiempo y paciencia para peinar cada último liendres del cabello de un niño. Puede ser más eficaz para peinar el cabello después de tratar con un champú medicado para deshacerse de cualquier rezagado




Attendance GOAL 97%

January 19-23 94.80%

January 26-30

All students who are counted present everyday from Jan 26 to May 22 will earn a field trip to the San Antonio Zoo.  School begins at 7:40. Currently our campus has 362 tardies. It is very important for students to be at school on time.

Todos los estudiantes que se cuentan presente todos los días de 01 26 hasta mayo 22 ganarán un viaje de campo al zoológico de San Antonio.




PRACTICAL PARENTING

Practical Parenting Course


Choices
Choices focuses on how to develop skills for encouraging responsible decision making in children

Friday, February 20 @ 9:00 a.m. at ECE Library in English and Spanish
Please let Mrs. Reyna know if you would like the session repeated on

Friday, February 20 @ 5:30 p.m. at ECE Library

Thank you for attending What Parenting Style Are You?
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Practical Parenting Quick tips

Accessing Community Resources

“Silence is a second skin for families. We put our best foot forward and draw the curtain in times of trouble.”(Rachel Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out)

One of the greatest mistakes we make is to draw the curtains on the concerns we have about our children.



Know Your Professional Resources

Psychiatrists: Medical doctors who specialize in behavioral and emotional problems; able to prescribe medications and are often covered under medical insurance policies.

Psychologists: Specialists in behavioral and emotional problems; cannot prescribe medication.

Counselors and Social Workers: Specialize in behavioral and emotional problems; cannot prescribe medication; be sure they are licensed by your state.

Diagnosticians: Specialize in testing and diagnosing a particular problem, such as learning differences, speech delays, and vision or hearing deficits.

School Counselors: Specialize in working with school related issues; some are state licensed to work in other areas of expertise, generally outside the school setting.

Non-Profit Agencies: Organizations who run on a not-for-profit basis and are governed by a board of directors; focus can be in a variety of areas; usually offer sliding scale.

State/County Agencies: Organizations who are run by the state or the county; focus can be in a variety of areas; usually offer sliding scale.

Parents should not have to struggle alone when they have concerns about their children. It may be easy to think this is just a phase for the child and it will simply go away. But if problems are serious in

nature, they do not simply go away. They either become worse or they turn inward, creating serious risk for further problems.


El silencio es una segunda piel para las familias. Aplicamos nuestro mejor esfuerzo y cerramos la cortina en momentos de problemas.” (Rachel Simmons, autora de Odd Girl Out [Niña Impar Excluída])

Uno de los mayores errores que podemos cometer como padres cuando estamos preocupados por nuestros hijos es el de cerrar las cortinas. children.



Conozca sus Recursos Profesionales

Psiquiatras: Doctores en medicina quienes se especializan en problemas emocionales y de comportamiento; pueden prescribir medicinas y por lo general están cubiertos por las pólizas de seguro médico.

Psicólogos: Especialistas en problemas emocionales y de comportamiento; no pueden prescribir medicinas.

Consejeros ó Trabajadores Sociales: Se especializan en problemas emocionales y de comportamiento; no pueden prescribir medicinas; asegúrese que tienen licencia de su estado.

Diagnosticadores: Se especializan en examinar y diagnosticar un problema particular, tal como deficiencia en las formas de aprendizaje como lenguaje, visión ó sentido del oir.

Consejeros de la Escuela: Se especializan en trabajar en situaciones relacionadas con la escuela; algunos tienen licencia del estado para trabajar en otras areas, generalmente fuera del ambiente escolar.

Agencias sin Fin Lucrativo: Organizaciones que dan servicios sin fin lucrativo y están governadas por un consejo de directores; se pueden enfocar en una variedad de areas; usualmente ofrecen regla de cálculo.

Agencias del Estado/Condado: Organizaciones sostenida por el estado ó condado; se enfoca en una variedad de areas; generalmente ofrecen

regla de cálculo.

Los padres no tendrían que tener que luchar solos cuando ellos tienen preocupaciones acerca de sus hijos. Puede ser fácil pensar que es sólo una fase por la que el niño/joven está pasando y que simplemente desaparecerá. Perso si los problemas son serios por naturaleza, no desaparecerán. Ellos empeoran, se esconden interiormente



Community Help

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2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral. Whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment.
You can dial 2-1-1, or (877) 541-7905, and find information about resources in your local community.

www.211us.org



2-1-1 ofrece información y referencia gratuito y confidencial. Si usted necesita ayuda para encontrar comida o la vivienda, cuidado de niños, consejería de crisis o tratamiento de abuso de sustancias.

Usted puede llamar al 2-1-1 o (877) 541-7905, y encontrar información acerca de los recursos en su comunidad local.



www.211us.org

Celebrate our successes


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Celebrate how proud we are

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head start

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Fatherhood Event

Please join us on February 24th 3-4 pm for our Fatherhood Event. Some of the special things to expect that day are:


  • Light refreshments

  • Door prizes

  • Event stations

  • Face painting

  • Building activities

  • Photo booth

Reminder- Update immunization records, physicals exams and dental exams with the Head Start Office.

Paternidad Evento

Por favor, únase a nosotros el 24 de febrero de 3-4 pm para nuestro Evento Paternidad. Algunas de las cosas especiales para esperar ese día son:


• refrescos
• Los premios de entrada
• Estaciones de eventos
• Pintura de la cara
• Actividades de construcción
• cabina de fotos

Registros Recordatorio- Actualización vacunaciones, exámenes físicos exámenes y exámenes dentales con la Oficina de Head Start.

Somerset Early Childhood Elementary

866-852-9865

19930 TOUCHSTONE

SOMERSET TX 78069



Principal

Geneva Salinas

Counselor/Parent Liaison

Stephanie Reyna

Master Teacher

Julie Lopez

Secretary

Elizabeth Garcia

Attendance Clerk

Jessica Morales

Nurse

Veronica Reyes

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PK3 Head Start

Teachers Assistants



Jeri Wetterneck Laura Koyoc Jacqueline Yanez

Alecia Guerra GriceldaImming Jessica Arriaga




PK4 Head Start Teacher

Teachers Assistants



Stephanie Harper Jillian Casarez Glenda Bonilla-Santos

Rhiana Martinez Michelle Escamilla Gabriela Telles




PK4 Teacher

Teachers Assistants



Samantha Espinoza Erin Hernandez Reagan Sanchez Roselia Marquez

Daisy Paz Gabriela Rico Sylvia Barrera John Guerra




Kindergarten Teachers

Margarita Castillo John Roblez Gloria Collins Olga Quinonez Alma Gutierrez Terry Ybarra Diego Duran Denise Browning

Roxanna Diaz




PPCD Teacher

Interventionist/RTI Interventionist

Spec Ed


Denise Luna Santiago Linda Aranda Ella Ching

Elanya Morris-Duran Margaret Casarez

Michelle Hilario


Library

Computer


PE

Penny McRae

Vivian Perez



Monica Miller Martha Sandaval


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