PTA Reflections Form
Access to the form for your child’s submission
Applications are now being accepted for The Green Paw Garden Club. This year we are limiting the number of members to 30, so get registered quickly. All applications are online. Just click on this link. All applications need to be submitted by October 15th.
Be a Literacy Partner at FCE!
Do you have 30 minutes a week to read to two young students at Forest Creek? Literacy Partners are matched with two children(Kdg, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd graders) and teachers can provide the books. The Literacy Partner reads with each student individually for 15 minutes each week for the year. The child will be so excited to read with you and talk to you about books each week and you will be a huge positive influence in the student’s reading and language skills. You will be amazed at the impact your 15 minutes per week will have on the child’s reading skills, confidence, and joy of learning! Can you help?
Go here to register:https://appgarden2.
We will have two clubs, a 2nd/ 3rd grade club and a 4th/ 5th grade club. Each club will meet every other week in the computer lab. The 2nd/ 3rd grade Technology club will begin on Thursday, October 4 and the 4th/5th grade club will meet on Oct.11. This first session of Technology club will meet from October through December 13.
This is an enrichment class is only offered to 5th Graders for the 2018-2019 school year. Students will meet with FCE’s Technology Teacher, during 5th Grade’s Coyote Club time to create daily broadcast. We will meet daily for 20-30 minutes as long as he/she have completed his/her course work for that time. If your child is interested in joining the 2018-2019 FCE Broadcast Team, please complete this Broadcast Interest Survey.
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Forest Creek Office Hours
Monday through Friday 7:20-3:30 pm
For additional info, check out Round Rock Independent School District’s enrollment page
To enroll your child as a student at Forest Creek Elementary, please read and complete the steps outlined below:
- Find your attendance zone using the Round Rock ISD school locator. If your address falls near the District boundaries, please contact the elementary or secondary education departments.
- First, complete the required student information forms online. RRISD New Student Online Registration
Next, visit the office at Forest Creek Elementary. Guardian(s) of new students must present ALL of the following documents to complete enrollment:
- Birth certificate
- Immunizations record [immunization requirements],
- Proof of residence in the school district;
- Please agreement, if renting,
- contract of sale or a tax statement, if purchasing, and
- current utility bill indicating the address and the adult’s name.
- Last report card or withdrawal form from previous school district, and
- Social Security Card (if available).
Got Registration Questions? Call 512-464-5351 to speak with Forest Creek Elementary Office Staff.
- New Parent Orientation Presentation
- Parent Curriculum Night Presentation
- FCE’s Kindergarten Parent Information
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PTA Reflections Form
2018-2019 FCE PTA Board Members
We are pleased to announce the PTA Board for the 2018-2019 school year – the following executive board members were elected at the last PTA meeting on April 9th:
- President: Julie Burton
- President-Elect: Stacy Bowers
- Treasurer: Roxy Wyman
- Secretary: Danielle Martinez
- VP Services: Girlie Luna
- VP Fundraising: Amy O’Grady
- VP Operations: Mandy Hernandez
Join FCE PTA Board
Believe it or not, we’ve already started to plan for next year! We will be naming a nominating committee for the 2018-19 PTA Board at our next meeting in March and the elections will happen at our meeting in April. If you are interested in getting more involved in our PTA, please contact Betsey Snopel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the FCE PTA website for our online directory so that you can connect with other FCE families:
About the Program WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students)
Engage men, inspire children, reduce bullying and enhance the educational environment at your school. WATCH D.O.G.S. is the father involvement initiative of the National Center for Fathering that organizes fathers and father figures in order to provide positive male role models for the students and to enhance school security. Today, more than 2,811 active programs in 46 states participate in the WATCH D.O.G.S. Program. WATCH D.O.G.S. was founded by Jim Moore, a concerned father who chose to take action in response to a 1998 middle-school shooting in Jonesboro, AR. Joined with the National Center for Fathering in 2006, WATCH D.O.G.S. serves to inspire and equip men to be the involved fathers, grandfathers and father-figures their students need. To find out more about this important program, click to visit the Watch Dog Offical Website.
If you are ready to volunteer, just follow these steps:
1. Complete the Round Rock ISD online volunteer application. *** It takes about a week to get clearance, so plan accordingly! You will not be notified by the District once approval has been granted, but you may contact the school’s front office to verify everything is in order before coming.
2. To sign up for a date, go to the Sign-Up Genius FCE Watch DOGS sign-up page. You will need to create an account for the site, but then you will be able to sign up for the date that you want.
FAQs: What time do I need to be at school?
Plan to arrive by 7:30 a.m. You will need to check in at the front office. We would LOVE to have you arrive before school starts so you can begin working with our students and see your WatchD.O.G. Dad video on the KI-O-T News broadcast.
How do I be on the KI-O-T News broadcast?
After you and your children check in at the front office, walk to the Science Lab (Room 404). Our broadcast team will create a short interview to be aired on the morning broadcast show. Please bring your child(ren) with you for the interview.
What type of schedule will I follow?
You will be given a schedule that is flexible and has been designed so that you can spend time with your child at different times of the day.
What about lunch?
The schedule is designed for you to assist in the cafeteria and also have lunch with your child. Adult lunches are $2.85. Cash and checks are accepted. Please keep in mind that you cannot use your child’s cafeteria account to purchase your lunch.
Can I volunteer more than one time?
Absolutely! In fact, we would love for you to volunteer more than once – it makes a difference in your child’s education.
What should I wear on the day I volunteer?
Please wear comfortable clothing. You will be helping out during recess and will also be doing lots of walking.
What are the Watch D.O.G.S. t-shirts?
These are t-shirts that the National Center for Fathering has designed for the use of the Watch D.O.G.S. program. They are the “uniform” that dads wear on the day they volunteer. Please note that you do not have to purchase a t-shirt to participate as a volunteer. To order a shirt, contact email Chris Baca at email@example.com
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