Bring your mom, dad, sister, brother, and grandparent to Tuscany to help clean up our campus for our annual Run for the Heights 5K Run/Walk, Kids' Run & Health Fair this Saturday, February 15th from 10-12 PM.
The sun will be shining, so come earn service hours! Meet in the front of the school to help pick up trash, pull weeds, and plant flowers. Trash bags and light refreshments will be provided. Bring your own gloves and gardening tools-all students must have a parent present. Let's synergize, Tigers! Any questions, please contact Juli Campbell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents…Please utilize our front car lane in the mornings when dropping of your students. The buses are still in the back until 7:30. We had some cars pulling in front of buses over the last few weeks. Thank you for helping us keep Tuscany Heights safe!
February 17th - SNOW DAY MAKE-UP (School will be in session!)
- TATU 5th Grade Presentation by Reagan HS Winner’s circle 8:00 a.m.
February 22nd – Run for the Heights 5K/Fun Run
February 25th, 26th, & 27th - Early Dismissal at 12:40 pm for all students-
Please make arrangements asap with your child's teacher for the Student Led Conferences.
March 3rd - Read Across America - Dr. Seuss’ Birthday
March 4th - Tooth Fairy Visits Kinder - 2nd
March 10th - 14th - Spring Break
March 17th - April 3rd - PTA Used Book Sale (More Info to Come)
With recent accidents in our NEISD area, I would like to call your attention to the school zone as well as the areas just behind our school. We have many walkers that travel to/from school. Please be mindful of your speed, use of cell phones (cell phones prohibited in the school zone when light is flashing), and the cross streets. We have crosswalks within our school zone; however, there are some areas our students cross just behind the school zone I wish to ask for you to take extreme caution. For example, corner of Mountain Lodge and Wilderness. We have many students that cross Mountain Lodge to continue along the sidewalk to access their neighbors from Wilderness Oak side, so please be mindful of this intersection and our students. We will discuss walker safety with them, but want to reach out to our parents to help as well! Thank you for taking good care of your children, our students, and our community children.