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|Fifth grade girls participated in a Chicks Only Book Club in the library. Students read and discussed Esperanza Rising. To culminate their study, the girls created yarn dolls.|
|Tigers in Ms. Johnson's class represented Tuscany Heights in NEISD's Special Olympics. Student participants were wished good luck by their peers who brought signs and cheered as our athletes loaded the buses. They competed well, and brought home several ribbons. We are proud of your hard work, olympians!|
|Second Grade students shared their love for reading in our annual Fairy Tale Bowl. After reading a selection of fairy tales in their classes, each homeroom sent a team of students to represent their class at the Fairy Tale Bowl. Student teams competed in a friendly quiz show style event, and crowned Mrs. Blackmon's team the 2015 Fairy Tale Bowl Champions.|
|Tigers celebrated the end of the third nine weeks with our Leadership Awards assembly. Students gathered in the cafeteria to see student led performances by our Showcase and Choir members. Three Tigers shared their thoughts on grades, attendance, and leadership.|
|PE Showcase featured students from across NEISD demonstrating the skills they learn in PE. First graders performed a parachute routine for the audience of parents, teachers, and friends.|
|The fifth annual Run For the Heights was a big success. A cold, wet morning didn't deter our community from participating in the Fun Run, 5K, and Wellness Fair. In addition to being our PTA's primary fund raiser, the Run For the Heights is always a fun, family event. Thanks to all who helped make it possible!|
|First grade students dressed up for their trip to the San Antonio Symphony. Students were treated to a performance of Romeo and Juliet.|
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Gear up for the future, Tiger Class of 2015! Current fifth grade families may access middle school transition information provided by Bush and Tejeda by clicking on the links below.