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September Clinic News September Clinic News 2014-09-19T16:40:45Z<div class="ExternalClass18735C307A0B4F7F8329AF92D2CF712A"><p>Dear Parents,</p><p>Enrollment cards have a specific place for phone numbers where parents and emergency contacts may be reached. It is vital that numbers are accurate, and please provide an order as to who should be called first, second, third, etc. If your child has a condition, the parent must contact the nurse; please call, 281.237.7125, or come by. </p><p>24 Hour Rule - If your child has fever, vomiting or diarrhea, Katy ISD guidelines state that he or she must stay home for 24 hours. To give your child time to recuperate and to protect classmates and teachers, the child must be symptom free without the aid of medications for one day prior to returning to school. </p><p>Fever- Oral temperature of 100 F with a thermometer. It is okay to keep your child at home if the fever is lower, but your child does not feel well.</p><p>Infectious Diseases - Please contact the nurse if your child has been diagnosed with a contagious condition such as strep throat, chickenpox, pink eye, lice, impetigo, ringworm, flu, or has vomiting and/or diarrhea.</p><p>Medicine - Children may not carry medicine with them while on school grounds; not even cough drops. If your child requires medicine during school hours, send a note completed by a parent and/or the physician, and the medicine in the <em>original container</em>. The parents and student may deliver the medicine to the clinic prior to attending class. Medication given three times a day will not be administered at school; all doses can be given at home. This was determined by Pediatricians in the area and is a District Policy.</p><p>Clothing - Please pack an extra set of clothing, including underwear and socks, in a plastic bag for your little one. Keep it tucked in the backpack. It is comforting to have your own clothes in case of an accident. Flat, closed-toe shoes with Velcro or lace-up are much safer than sandals and flip flops; this helps to prevent injuries.</p><p>Mr. May School Nurse</p></div>
September 12th RAE NewsSeptember 12th RAE News2014-09-19T14:43:18Z<div class="ExternalClass098E19B8FFC840539407DEE40D024254"><p>Good morning stingRAE parents,</p><p>I thought I would begin a new routine of sending out our RAE eNews on Friday so you could use your weekend to prepare for the upcoming week; however, I have found it is difficult to get the eNews out before it is too late to receive on Friday. So I am sending this message on Saturday morning this week but will return to Monday eNews beginning September 22. Not to worry Friday readers - we will always give you two weeks of Dates to Remember so you are able to plan ahead.</p><p>Thank you for all of your support with my first official start to the school year as your RAE principal. I am so gRAEtful to be part of this community!</p><p>This month our core essential trait is responsibility and students have been working hard on displaying this throughout their day. Please help us model responsibility to your children outside of the classroom by getting them to school on time. The tardy bell rings at 8:20 and students are expected to be in their classrooms at this time. This will help to teach your child the importance of being punctual so that everyone is able to do their job successfully. Thank you for all you do at home with your child to help them have a gRAEt year!</p><p>Just in case you are wondering, we are doing better with our on-time arrivals but we still have 5-10 students late daily. We have noticed and appreciate you working as an entire school community to leave just 5 minutes earlier for the benefit of the whole.</p><p>Sincerely,</p><p>Charmaine Hobin</p></div>
September 6th RAE eNewsSeptember 6th RAE eNews2014-09-08T12:40:03Z<div class="ExternalClassD92A94AB922340F1B1E27531F119BB47"><p>​Good morning StingRAE Families,</p><p>Thank you to all of our grandparents who visited our stingRAEs at RAE on Friday! It was great seeing all of you and how happy our students were to spend time with you. Please read the attached newsletter featuring dates to remember, hardtop construction arrival and dismissal adjustments and other gRAEt news. Please note the Read, Deed, Run program is for 4th and 5th graders and the SingRAE Choir is for 5th graders. Also, be sure to check out our PTA News, for upcoming events and how to get your spirit sticks! There's something for everyone. Come be a part of Roosevelt Alexander's PTA.</p><p>Enjoy your weekend. See you at 8:15 on Monday!</p><p>Sincerely,</p><p>Charmaine Hobin</p></div>

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Katy ISD Board Meeting

9/22/2014

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9/23/2014

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9/24/2014

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Roosevelt Alexander Elementary

6161 S. Fry Rd

Katy, TX  77450

Principal: Dr. ​Charmaine M. Hobin

Ph: 281.237.7100    Fax: 281.644.1585

School Hours: 8:20 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.

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