Thank you to all of our parents and sponsors for participating in our fantastic Trunk or Treat this year! And a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Stars Vipers Katy, the winner of our Best Trunk contest!
This year, PGE will host a school-wide Storybook Character Parade on Friday, October 26th, at 8:30am. Students are encouraged to dress up as their favorite story book characters. Each class will walk in the parade, and parents are welcome to attend. Students may choose any character from a book they enjoy, following the guidelines in this letter. To support students’ feelings of safety and security in our building, violent or frightening costumes are not acceptable. No weapons or dangerous-looking items will be permitted to accompany a costume. Here are some examples of acceptable costume choices, and some examples of unacceptable choices.
Acceptable Examples Unacceptable Examples
Fancy Nancy Characters from Goosebumps
Cinderella, Snow White, etc. Vampires
Greg Heffley (the Wimpy Kid) Grim Reaper
Ramona Characters with guns or weapons
Superman, Spiderman, etc. Ghosts
Ms. Frizzle Horror movie characters
Babymouse Captain Underpants (inappropriate for school)
Junie B. Jones
Nate the Great
Harry Potter, Hermione, Ron, etc.
The parade will take place on the hardtop on the playground. Parents are welcome to stand around the hard top to take pictures – you will not need to sign in through the front desk for this event, unless you plan to sign your child out from school after the parade. PM PreK/PPCD students will have a smaller parade in the afternoon. Please talk with your child about how he or she would like to participate in this event, and mark your calendars! See your child’s teacher for further information.
This September, we will be honoring pediatric cancer warriors and survivors! From September 10-14, Mrs. Harris and our students will be making cards for children undergoing treatment, and on September 14 our campus will GO GOLD!
If your child is a survivor, we would love to honor him or her. Please contact Heather Heather Seymour Wallace for more information: email@example.com
Check out some of our Cougars who got Cubbed by Koda this weekend! Does your family want to get in on the action? Just purchase a PGE Cougar Pride sign, display in your yard, and wait to see if you’re one of the lucky Cougars to get Cubbed!
Signs can be purchased at the School Store or online at www.pgepto.com 💙🐾
Want to get involved at PGE but aren’t sure where to start? A fun way to get started is at School Store! It takes place in the cafeteria during lunch, so you get to see your child and their friends at lunchtime! It’s fun and fast – we’d love to have you sign up!
Have questions? Contact Laura Miller Ann, our amazing School Store Chair! 💙🐾
Sign up here! https://signup.com/mobileweb/2.0/vspot.html…
Our Cub Patrol program has hit the ground running. Our High Five Friday was a HUGE success with the students and staff – thank you to everyone who participated!
Each month we’ll be giving a shout out to one Patroller who has really stood out, and this month it’s William Hadjik! Thank you so much for all you’ve done this month, William!
We would love to give a HUGE shout out to all of the volunteers who stepped up and helped out in getting our school ready for the students this year!
We would like to give a special shout out to our VIPS of the month:
Ladies, we appreciate all of the hard work you put into our Beautification Project this summer. We appreciate you more than we can say!
Community Partners – Serving our Community
Gaining a Servant’s Heart
by Robin McGuire
Community Service is the work that is done without pay to help others. Our goal this year is to teach and grow our children by providing opportunities for them to be hands on and involved in the process of serving our community. In addition, by volunteering, we hope to teach teamwork, leadership, communication, timeliness, and grace. Last, we want them to have a servant’s heart that they can go to middle school, high school, and continue to be a community service leader. Throughout this year, we have several events scheduled that will involve our children at each grade level. All children and parents will be able to sign up and be a part of our mission.
Our first program begins next month with the Cups for Charity Program. We hope that you and your Cougar Cubs will participate in supporting Fort Bend Family Promise. Need more info? Want to get involved? Contact Robin McGuire at firstname.lastname@example.org
We all know how excited you are to find out who your child’s teacher is – we are too! Here is some helpful information regarding this new process. It’s the school’s first year to use Skyward for teacher announcements, so please bear with them. Any questions can be directed to the school’s office – unfortunately the PTO has no insight into Skyward.
In order to find out teacher assignments, you MUST complete the following:
TEACHER NAMES WILL NOT BE VISIBLE TO PARENTS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED THIS PROCESS. Teacher names will not be given over the phone/via email/at the front desk to parents who have not completed this process.
If you need computer access to complete this process in order to view your child’s teacher information, please call the school at 281-634-4800 and we will set an appointment with you to use the computer in the front lobby before August 13th.
PARENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED THIS PROCESS MAY ATTEND THE WELCOME WALK ON AUGUST 13TH 5:30-6:30PM to drop off school supplies and meet the teachers!
**Please note that teacher assignments are subject to change due to class sizes or staffing changes.**
**Also, parent requests to change teacher assignments will not be considered until the week of September 3rd through a scheduled parent/teacher/administrator conference.**
We know you’ve been asking, and now, everything that we know, you do too!!
If you have questions, feel free to message and reach out to us! Just because things have been a certain way in the past, doesn’t guarantee their details are the same this year! So check here first before scheduling your plans! #pgepto #kodascubs