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  • Red Ribbon Week

    Click on the link below to see all the great things we will have to support a Drug Free Enviornment during RED RIBBON WEEK.  

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  • Homework Help

    The Tyler ISD Title I office provided a workshop to help parents put students first. Creating a homework station for your home is very simple.  For more infomration on how to create a homework station please feel free to contact Maribel Guiterrez from Title I Services or our Campus Positive Support Staff, Mrs. Yarbrough. 

    Maribel Guiterrez: maribel.guiterrez@tylerisd.org

    Alicia Yarbrough: alicia.yarbrough@tylerisd.org

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  • October's Featured Code Activity

    Every month we will feature an activity from code.org to increase diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds where they are — at their skill-level, in their schools, and in ways that inspire them to keep learning. This enhances students problem solving abilities and reasoning skills.

     

    Take time to participate in this month's code.org activity: Code Spark with the FOOS

    Click the icon below to start Code Spark!!!

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  • Very Important Notification

    Please review our arrival and dismissal procedures before the first day of school.  If your student is a car rider please make sure to receive your car tag by the first day of school. We want to efficiently ensure your child's safety and respect your time. 

    Click Here: Arrival and Dismissal Procedure


     

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The Ramey Way

  • Every month we will be featuring a webisode on "The Ramey Way" and what it means to Work for the Win. 

    1. We put students first.

    2. We solve problems together. 

    3. We add value. 

     

    This month we are looking at what it means when we say "We solve problems together". Below the video we will also feature a community member who will share their thoughts.

     

     

    We asked Rev. Fritz Hager Jr.: What does it mean to solve problems together?

    Listen to his response below!

     

    October features Fritz Hager Jr. as its community commentator. Fritz Hager, Jr. is the Executive Pastor of Bethel Bible Church in Tyler. Before entering the ministry, he held executive roles at companies in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Mr. Hager served as First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and was awarded a Silver Star for valorous action in a mine field outside of Kuwait City. He earned a master of arts in biblical studies as well as his master of theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. 

    Mr. Hager is currently on the Tyler ISD Bond Oversight Committee, a member of Tyler Proud, a Watchdog Dad at Owens Elementary School and group leader of the Robert E. Lee Dad’s Club. He and his wife Sarina have been married for 22 years and have six children who attend Tyler ISD schools. Thank you Mr. Hager for taking the time to share your thoughts.

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    September 2017

    We put students first. 

     

     

    September featured Mr. Aaron Martinez as our community commentator. Aaron Martinez is a certified grounds manager at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Health System. He is a Tyler ISD Trustee and 6-year Tyler ISD volunteer. Aaron and his wife, Kathryn, have two boys and are active members of multiple campus PTAs.

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    We asked Mr. Martinez: What does it mean to put students first?

    "When I think of putting students first, I think of the dedicated volunteers in our schools every day, from the PTAs to the different churches and community groups. They are proving that our children are our greatest resource and their precious time on campus is an investment into the future of Tyler, Texas. They are building relationships with teachers and students that goes well beyond the classroom environment, consistently reminding our students they DO come first."

    Thank you Mr. Martinez for sharing your thoughts!

     

     

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