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Dear Las Lomas Lions,
It has been my honor to serve as the 1st Principal of Las Lomas Elementary. When I applied to open our school, I stated I wanted the challenge of opening a school from the ground up. I wanted to build a strong community and establish strong child focused traditions. I wanted a school where home and school work as partners in fostering an outstanding educational experience for all children. I wanted to build a staff of child-focused educators. Of course, I had no idea what other hidden challenges laid in waiting.
I want to thank the parent community for all of your support and patience. I realize this year has posed many challenges for your family, but I hope you feel it was worth the effort. I believe your positive energy has made our school a success. I enjoy working with you as we continue to form our school identity.
I must thank our campus staff for going the extra mile and making sure that our construction challenges did not negatively impact the education they provided to the students. I believe our staff did an outstanding job and I am proud of their accomplishments.
I need to thank our superintendent and central office for their support. Throughout this year, they have positively responded to all of my requests. They have worked hard to organize transportation, security, and moving arrangements. They have provided us the funding for requested educational resources.
Most of all, I must thank our students!! You have raised wonderful children. The leadership, positive behaviors, and work ethics of your children are outstanding. I receive so many complements from visitors, substitute teachers, presenters, and members of our community regarding the wonderful behavior of our students. As the principal, I am very proud of our students! I go home each day with a smile on my face and brag about our school.
I wish you all a wonderful and fun-filled summer break. I look forward to a more traditional opening of school in August. Our “Meet the Teacher Night” is scheduled for Thursday, August 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
Our school hours will change for the 2013-2014 school year.
This is to accommodate transportation needs for our area.
7:00 AM - School Opens
7:40 AM - Tardy Bell – Instruction Begins
2:40 PM – Dismissal
It's school pack time already! Some of you already know how easy it is to have your child's school supplies ready-to-go and packaged for you to pick up at Meet the Teacher Night by using EPI School Packs. For those who are new to this, EPI is a company we use to pre-order school packs for all grade levels. This takes the stress and hassle out of driving to various stores to locate and purchase NEISD required school supplies. All orders must be made online by July 1, 2013. Make your life a little easier and pre-order your school supplies today! Should you have any questions, feel free to contact PTA President, Kristie Doderer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-868-5286.
Click here for a flyer with website information, pricing, and details on how to submit your order »
Las Lomas Elementary is a Leader in Me School which bases our school culture on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. We work to develop the leader in every child. We would like to gather your feedback on this initiative.
Parents, please click here to complete a short questionnaire »
- Registration for the 2013-14 school year is ongoing through June 27th and will re-open on Tuesday, August 6th.
Walk-ins are welcome, however, appointments are recommended. Appointments can be made at 210-356-7001.
Click here to begin registration online »
Documentation required to complete registration:
-an updated immunization record (requirements available here),
- certified copy of the child's birth certificate (copies from hospital will not be accepted),
- social security card of child being registered,
- proof of residency: Home owner -- a current copy of entire water, gas or electric bill showing address, month of bill and bill amount, Leaser/Renter -- current signed lease agreement,
- a parent's valid driver's license
Click here for further requirements »
Visit the NEISD LibGuide for more information about exciting summer reading programs »
Please take advantage of NEISD’s electronic library over the summer. Explore and check out the e-books and audiobooks available. All you need is your child’s ID number, then download the Overdrive Media App, and you are ready to go.
Click here for instructions then vist http://neisd.lib.overdrive.com to start downloading!
Here are some reading programs that your child may like to participate in over the summer:
1. Half Price Books: Feed Your Brain Summer Reading Program:
Earn Bookworm Bucks to use at Half Price books by reading at least 15 minutes each day during the months of June and July. Track your minutes by using the reading log found on their website. Also attend their Biggest Story Time of the Summer on June 2nd. More details on their website.
2. Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Imagination’s Destination:
Read 8 books and write them down in the reading journal. Take completed journal to a Barnes & Noble store between May 21st and September 3rd, 2013 to receive a FREE book!!
3. H –E-Buddy Summer Reading Club:
Read 10 books and receive a prize! Download the reading log from their website.
4. Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge:
Read, Log Minutes, Earn Rewards Log your reading minutes and read around the world this summer. Register for a chance to win cool prizes just by reading!
5. Chuck E. Cheese Reading Reward Calendar:
Download the reading reward calendar. Read everyday for 2 weeks and earn 10 FREE tokens.
*Food purchase is required when redeemed.
6. Pizza Hut Book It Summer Reading Challenge:
Read 5 books between June 15th-August 15th and be eligible to enter for a chance to win a Diary of a Wimpy Kid summer fun prize package. Keep track of your reading minutes online.
7. San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) Summer Reading Program:
Sign up at any branch library or online beginning June 1, 2013.