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Dictionary Donation

Cooper Elementary third grade students were presented with a dictionary that they can call their own.  The donation was made by Champions Breakfast Club. Mr. Tom Kikis and members of the club visited every 3rd Grade class and highlighted the sections in the dictionary that are a great resource.



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Thank you Champions Breakfast Club!



Cooper Spelling Bee

1st Place
Susanna Caballero (pictured on right)
4th Grade

2nd Place
Anthony Amaya (pictured on left)
5th Grade







Cooper Elementary Earns National and State Recognition in Play 60 Challenge

From Spring ISD News Release



HOUSTON — Dec. 3, 2015 – Guadalupe Gonzales, a fifth grader at Cooper Elementary School, earned special recognition from the Houston Texans recently for simply keeping track of how much time she spent being active – 6,395 minutes to be exact.

Over Thanksgiving break, Gonzales was invited onto the field at the Houston Texans vs. the New Orleans Saints game where she was recognized along with nine other students in the state for being the top ten state winners in the Play 60 Challenge sponsored by the Houston Texans and the American Heart Association.

Gonzales wasn’t the only winner in the Play 60 Challenge at Cooper. Her school placed seventh in the nation and third in the state based on the number of active minutes also recorded by her school mates.

“It’s all about movement and recording the minutes they spent doing activities,” said Detrick Jones, Cooper Elementary coach and physical education teacher. “Every fourth and fifth grader had the opportunity to participate in the four-week challenge, and most did a very good job recording their minutes.”

Minutes were based on time spent walking to and from school, recess, PE, extracurricular activities - like dance, soccer and cheerleading - and even chores at home.

Jones said he is always looking for engaging programs that promote healthy physical activity. “It gets us involved in the community and lets them know that we are a health-conscious school,” he said.



Media Contact:

Karen Garrison
Director of Communications
kgarrison@springisd.org
Office: 281-891-6009



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Did you know Cooper has a PTO? We are always looking for new, active members! Contact miltoncooperpto@gmail.com for more information.

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¿Sabía usted Cooper tiene una organizacion para los padres y maestros? 
Siempre estamos buscando nuevos miembros activos! Póngase en contacto con miltoncooperpto@gmail.com para más información.

Encuentre las novedades y próximos eventos en nuestro boletín.
Free Breakfast:
This fall, nearly all Spring ISD students have access to free lunch and breakfast. Students at every campus will be served breakfast free of charge and through the Community Eligibility Program (CEP), the district will be able to offer lunch at no cost to all elementary and middle school students. Dekaney High School students are also eligible. Provided by the USDA, the program is available to schools that meet certain qualifications.

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Este otoño, casi todos los estudiantes de Spring ISD tendrán acceso a desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos. A los estudiantes de cada escuela se les ofrecerá desayunos sin costo alguno y a través del Programa de Elegibilidad Comunitaria (CEP, por sus siglas en inglés), el distrito podrá ofrecer comidas sin costo alguno a todos los estudiantes de las escuelas primarias e intermedias. Estudiantes en la Escuela Secundaria Dekaney también son elegibles. El programa está patrocinado por el Departamento de Agricultura de Los Estados Unidos (USDA, por sus siglas en inglés) y el CEP está disponible a las escuelas que califiquen.

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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.
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