Cub Patroller of the Month

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!

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VIPS of the Month


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:

Rachel Croy

Amanda Polk

Ladies, we appreciate all of the hard work you put into our Beautification Project this summer.  We appreciate you more than we can say!


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Community Partners – Serving Our Community

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.

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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



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Cougar Cub Patrol Plans First Event

Attention Male Role Models!

Summer has blasted by as it usually does and we are fast approaching day 1 of yet another school year.  With the transition to a PTO, we are dropping the branded Watch D.O.G.S. program and setting up our very own Cougar Cub Patrol.  Although we will align ourselves closely with the core values of the WD program, we can’t maintain our fiscal stewardship in the PTO and continue to pay for the associated costs of the WD brand.  Our main goal with the Cougar Cub Patrol will be to ensure our children have active positive role models at home and at school and promote a sense of safety and security as a result of that active participation.
3.  Although we had some great participation last year, we have a ton of room for improvement and in order for that to happen, I am going to need some help from some of the other Dad’s to help organize and operate the new program, so if you are interested in helping me out, please let me know and I will fill you in on the areas we need the most help.
4.  For our first event, we are looking at having as many Dads as we can “High Five” and help out the kiddos during the Car rider line on on Friday, August 17.  If you are interested, please let me know along with your shirt size and I will sign you up and work with the PTO to get you a specially designed Cougar Cub Patrol T-Shirt.  More details to follow.  Reminder:  You must have completed your volunteer paperwork to participate.
5.  On top of that, I am planning on trying to host a social event at one of our local restaurants or “watering holes” in the near future.  Let me know if any of you have any good hook-ups with any of our awesome local establishments and we will see what we can do to set something up.  I can think of a few good places to go, but I want to solicit some ideas from the masses.
Finally…  I want this to be another awesome year for the kiddos and can’t wait to see what we can do to help make that happen.  I know the Boss Lady (Principal Riha), has charged the teachers and staff at PGE to do some great work this year and our PTO ladies are already killing it.  We need to do what we can just to keep up!  Please hit me up with your questions.  I look forward to working with you all!
Very Respectfully
Bif French
(281) 382-7831