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April 1 - 4th STAAR Writing, 5th STAAR Math (No Visitors, Please)**
April 2 - 4th STAAR Writing, 5th STAAR Reading (No Visitors, Please)**
April 7 - Report Cards Posted Online
April 10 - Kinder Spring Program @6:30
April 18 - Holiday - Good Friday
April 22 - 3rd & 4th STAAR Math (No Visitors, Please)**
April 23 - 3rd & 4th STAAR Reading (No Visitors, Please)**
April 29th - May 1 - Kindergarten Round Up @ 8:30-2 (Early Registration for PreK/K)
** No tutoring (AM/PM) the weeks of March 31 & April 21 due to STAAR.
Art and Music Clubs meet every Wednesday from 3:45 - 4:45.
Lego and Robotics Club meets every Tuesday from 3:45 - 5:00.
Explanation of the 2013 Accountability Summary Report
Please click here to read an important message regarding the 2013 Accountability Report.
Campus Accountabilty Summaries
New Morning Policy
Parents and visitors are no longer allowed access to the cafeteria for breakfast time. This is for the safety of all students. Thank you for your cooperation.
New Starting and Ending Times
All Spring ISD elementary schools will begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at 3:15 p.m.
Kroger Delivers Over $41,000 in School Supplies to Spring ISD Students
Spring ISD received $41,075 worth of free school supplies recently thanks to the efforts of KPRC Local 2, Kroger, Coca-Cola and Cox Media Group Houston (The New 93Q, Country Legends 97.1, and The Eagle on 106.9 and 107.5). The organizations teamed up to execute the Stuff the School Bus collection drive, which kicked off July 29 and ended August 19.
Pallets loaded with various supplies were delivered by 18-wheeler truck to the Spring ISD Distribution Center before be divided among 13 Spring ISD elementary schools that had the greatest need.
“These supplies will help students at campuses throughout Spring ISD get off to a good start this school year. The district appreciates the support of the Kroger Co. and their partners in this collection, and is also grateful to our community for supporting this effort,” said Christina Allen-Crowder, director of community relations.
During the three-week program, shoppers had the opportunity to visit any area Kroger store to donate a pre-packaged school supply kit for $7 or make a $1 donation at the checkstand. The collection drive surpassed its initial goal of equipping 25,000 local children with the necessary tools for a successful school year by bringing in a total of $205,376 that was divided among five beneficiary schools - Fort Bend ISD, Humble ISD, KIPP, Pasadena ISD and Spring ISD.
“We are so thankful for shoppers’ generous support of the Stuff the School Bus program,” said Rebecca King, consumer affairs manager for Kroger. “We saw a 404 percent increase in donations this year across the state! As a result, thousands of children around our city will return to school this year prepared and ready to learn.”
Cooper is going GREEN!
Grade reports will be available on-line 7 days following the end of each grading period and 10 days after the semester ends.
Reportes de calificaciones estarán disponibles en línea los 7 días siguientes al final de cada periodo de calificación y 10 días después de finalizar el semestre.
"Spring Independent School District is an equal opportunity employer. The Board of Trustees and its agents, officers and staff members shall not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, disabling condition, age, color, religion, national origin, military status, or any other legally protected status in making decisions regarding staff members or students."
El Distrito Escolar Independiente de Spring ofrece igualdad de oportunidades de empleo. La Mesa Directiva Escolar y sus agentes, oficiales y miembros del personal prohíben la discriminación en razón de sexo, nacionalidad, discapacidad, edad, color de piel, religión, origen nacional, estado militar, o cualquier estatus protegido legalmente en tomar las decisiones acerca de los miembros del personal o los estudiantes.