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  • Tardiness is almost as bad as being absent.  Even a few minutes missed each day can cause a student to miss valuable skills and fall behind in his/her work.  WE NEED THEM HERE AND ON TIME IN ORDER TO TEACH THEM.  WITH THE NEW REQUIREMENTS PLACED ON STUDENTS, A FEW TARDIES/ABSENCES CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROMOTION AND RETENTION.  Parents/Guardians who habitually bring their children after the 8:00 tardy bell will be filed on in Municipal Court.


    Infraction Number & Consequence

    1st Tardy -- Warning
    2nd Tardy -- Parent Contact
    3rd Tardy -- Warning Letter
    4th Tardy -- Lunch D-Hall
    5th Tardy -- Morning D-Hall
    6th Tardy -- Charges Filed

    *Each 6 weeks, the tardy policy will start over.

    Absences-Notes

    1. Always call the office at 940-864-2654 to let us know that your child will be absent.
    2. When your child returns to school, he/she needs to check in with the front office to get an Admit Slip.
    3. Always send a note, signed by a parent or guardian, explaining the absence.
    4. If a note is not provided for 
    an absence within (3) three days, the absences will be UNEXCUSED regardless of the reason.
    5. Always send a medical note when possible; additionally, this is required if absent more than (3) three consecutive days.
    6. Try to schedule doctor’s appointments as late in the afternoon as possible. Upon returning to school from a doctor’s appointment, please remember to bring a doctor’s excuse.

     

     

Thanks to Texas Farm Bureau, First United Methodist Church, and First Baptist Church for honoring the teachers of Haskell CISD with a meal during the week of our staff developments. Also a big thanks to Church of Christ for providing snacks. We appreciate your support and look forward to a new year teaching our kids.

YOU ARE THE BEST!!!

Haskell ElementaryU.I.L. 2020

 

During the week of November 30 - December 4th, Haskell Elementary students in grades 2nd - 5th participated in a virtual UIL academic contest. The results are as follows:

2nd Grade Oral Reading- 2nd place Izzy Gober, participants-MaKynna Widener, Ammarius Maran

3rd Grade Oral Reading- 1st place Carter Webb, 2nd place Boawen Berry, 3rd place Easton LeFevre, participant Jaxton Murphree

4th Grade Oral Reading- 4th place Kason Hodnett, 5th place Jacob Adkins, participant Hayden LeFevre

5th Grade Oral Reading- Teagen Hodgin, Payden Wheat, Gabriella Martinez

4th Grade Art- 3rd place Hayden LeFevre, 4th place Kavan Adams, 5th place Landri Adkins, 2nd place TEAM, participants Jolee Hodgin, Ariana Castorena

5th Grade Art- 6th place Theo Skelton, 2nd place Team, participants Kayden Diaz-Garcia, Colton Crosson, Alt- Alvino Alvarez

3rd Grade Spelling- Participants Boawen Berry, Cadence Payne, and Rory Pittman

4th Grade Spelling- 4th place Koby Caparoon, participants Landri Adkins, Jolee Hodgin, Alt- Kavan Adams

5th Grade Spelling- participants Kayden Diaz-Garcia, AJ Mitchum

5th Grade Maps, Graphs, and Charts- 1st place Carter Wolfe, 2nd place Team, participants Hanna Martinez, Hayden Trevino, Alt- AJ Mitchum

2nd Grade Chess- 5th place Hank Hodnett, participants- Maci Hord, James Cunningham, Alt- Ammarius Maran

3rd Grade Chess- 1st place Jaxton Murphree, 1st place Team, participants Carter Webb, Jaxon Allen, Alt- Kennedy Wolfe

4th Grade Chess- 4th place Kason Hodnett, 5th place Grant Lackey, 1st place Team, participants Koby Caparoon, Alt- Karson Hord

5th Grade Chess- 5th place Heston Tatum, participants Carter Wolfe, Teagen Hodgin, Kadence Addington

2nd Grade Music Memory- 1st place tie Hank Hodnett, 6th place Hadley Lupton, 2nd place Team, participants Izzy Gober, MaKynna Widener

3rd Grade Music Memory- 1st place Boawen Berry, 2nd place Carter Webb, 4th place Easton LeFevre, 2nd place Team, participants Jaxton Murphree, Harper Pinkerton

4th Grade Music Memory- 1st grade Hayden LeFevre, 2nd grade Koby Caparoon, 4th grade Kason Hodnett, 1st place Team, participants Landri Adkins, Ariana Castorena, Alt- Colston Myers

5th Grade Music Memory- Participant Colton Crosson

5th Grade Dictionary- 5th place Theo Skelton, 6th place tie Carter Wolfe, 2nd place Team, participants Hannah Greer, Alt- Teagen Hodgin

5th Grade Listening- 4th place Averie Arriola, 5th place Heavenly Valencia, 2nd place Team, participant Alvino Alvarez

4th Grade Number Sense- participants Landri Adkins, Ariana Castorena, Allison Medina

5th Grade Number Sense- 3rd Hanna Martinez, 4th Colton Crosson, 5th place Theo Skelton, 1st place Team, Alt- Kayden Diaz-Garcia

3rd Grade Ready Writing- 4th place Cadence Payne, participants Emma Meetze, Brenli Martinez, Easton Larned

4th Grade Ready Writing- 3rd place Hayden LeFevre, 4th place Kavan Adams, participants Landri Adkins, Alt- Iassic Pardo

5th Grade Ready Writing - 4th place Gabriella Martinez, Participants Theo Skelton, Layla Solano, Alt- Heavenly Valencia




 

Elementary School
supplies are provided by Haskell CISD.

This includes a take-home folder/pouch that will replace a backpack. 

Backpacks will not be allowed at this time.

Photographing students other than your own is prohibited.

Students are not permitted to receive deliveries (i.e. flowers, gifts) at school.

  • Parents/Guardians are welcome to come eat with your children. When eating with your child, you must sit in the designated grade area. DO NOT share food or purchase ice cream for other students due to food allergies. The price for visitor lunches is $4.00.

    Parent should pre-pay for students lunches. The office will open at 7:45 am to take payments. Lunches are $2.75 for regular and $.40 for reduced. The district has a no charge policy.
Our Mission
The mission of Haskell CISD is to create a safe, nurturing community, empowering all students to reach their full potential and become responsible, productive citizens by providing opportunities for their success.

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