Slocum ISD News


JH Basketball Schedule

posted Aug 6, 2018, 2:13 PM by Joel Parker


School Supply List for 2018-2019

posted Aug 1, 2018, 7:10 AM by Joel Parker

Pre-K

2 box 24 count “Crayola” crayons

1 bottle Elmers glue

1 pkg 9x12 colored paper- girls

1pkg 4-pack of Play-Doh (no Fun Dough by Roseart)

1 box Kleenex

1 box Crayola washable markers

*  1 regular size backpack (no rollers)

*  A towel for nap time-not larger than 50”X28”

(no mats or pillows)

1 box gallon size Ziplock bags - girls

1 box quart size Ziplock bags - boys

1 box baby wipes

1 bag of Skittles

2 pocket folders, no brads, solid color

2 glue sticks

1 roll of paper towels

Boys-pkg. cheap paper plates, non coated

*  $10.00 Activity money

*  Extra change of clothes

*Put name on starred items only


Kindergarten

*1 complete change of clothes

*backpack  (no rollers)

*small nap towel

*small plastic supply box

1 pair Fiskars blunt scissors

1 pkg no. 2 pencils

3 boxes 24 count Crayola crayons

2 sets of washable Crayola markers

5 plastic folders with brads

1 composition book (primary ruled)

1 spiral notebook 70 pages

1 bottle of Elmer's glue

8 glue sticks

1 pack thin dry erase markers

2 boxes of  Kleenex

1 box of baby wipes

1 bottle of hand sanitizer, pump dispenser 12oz

1 4-pack Play-Doh brand playdough

1 box quart Ziploc bags-girls

1 box gallon Ziploc bags-boys

1 pkg skinny markers (Art)

$5.00 for  activity fund *

*name on starred items



1st Grade

1 pkg 9x12 colored construction paper (indiv. Sheets)

1 small supply box

2 large pkgs yellow #2 pencils

2 big pink erasers

2 boxes crayons (24 count)

1 large bottle Elmer’s glue

6 plastic pocket folders with holes (no brads)

2 pocket folder with brads

1 pair Fiskar scissors

3  large boxes Kleenex

2 spiral notebooks (wide ruled)

3 pkg markers (1 is for Art)

1 pkg black fine tip Expo markers

Boys: 1 box gal. Ziploc bags &

1 bottle hand sanitizer (pump dispenser)

Girls: 1 box qt. Ziploc bags &

1 box Baby wipes


2nd Grade

24 yellow #2 pencils

1 pencil sharpener to keep at desk

4 red pencils

2 big pink erasers

2 -24 count crayons

2 pkg markers

2  large white Elmer’s glue (1 is for Art class)

1 pkg map color pencils

1 spiral sketch book

1 pkg wide ruled notebook paper

1 red plastic pocket folder without brads

2 blue HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC pocket folders with brads

Pocket folders with brads: one of each color: red, orange, yellow, green, purple

Scissors (pointed/sharp only)

1 wooden ruler (cm & inches)

2 large boxes of Kleenex

1 large plastic supply box

4 large glue sticks

1 container of disinfecting wipes

1 composition notebook (not spiral)

1 pkg 9X12 colored

1 small hand sanitizer

1 box Sandwich Size Ziploc bags

1 pkg brown paper lunch bags

2 highlighters


3rd Grade

scissors

2 – composition journals

8 paper  folders with brads and pockets

1 pkg wide notebook paper

3 boxes of 24 count crayons

36 - #2 yellow pencils – no mechanical pencils

2 pkg markers (1 is for art)

1 spiral sketch book

8 large glue sticks

2 large boxes of Kleenex

1 bottle of glue

1 pkg index cards

1 box quart size Ziploc bags – girls

1 box gallon Ziploc bags – boys

1 container of disinfecting wipes or  baby wipes

Earbuds/phones

1 pkg of peppermint

$5.00 for Activity fund


4th Grade

12  #2 YELLOW pencils NO MECHANICAL

12 red pens

1 pkg colored map pencils

4 highlighters any color1 pair Fisker pointed-tip

1 pkg of 5 plastic dividers with pockets

1 pointed tip scissors*

2 large glue sticks (art)

2 bottles of Elmer’s White Glue

1 pkg wide-ruled notebook paper

2 boxes Kleenex

5 composition notebooks - Norcom brand*

1 big pink eraser

1 pkg index cards (any color)

1 ruler

1 Art Spiral sketchbook

Earbuds or headphones *

1 -3 ring binder

1 zippered pencil pouch (no boxes)

Additional pencil bag or box for extra supplies*

1 bottle hand sanitizer

Items with * need student’s name on it


5th Grade

Backpack

2 boxes Kleenex

2 pkg notebook paper

3 ring Binder - 1 ½*

1 large pencil bags (3 ring)

12 pens, black or blue

12 pkg red pens

12  #2 pencils, no mechanical

1 pkg of 5 plastic dividers with pockets

Ruler (metric and inches)*

1 pkg colored map pencils

2 bottles of Elmer’s White Glue

2 pkg markers

4 large glue stick

Scissors*

2 folder with pockets and brads (1 blue)

5 composition notebooks - Norcom brand*

Large supply box

4 highlighters*

1 single subject spiral notebook

Spiral sketch pad (approx. 9x11)

1 pkg 12x18 Manila Paper

1 container of disinfecting wipes

Additional pencil bag or box for extra supplies*

Items with * need student’s name on it


6th, 7th, 8th  (Math, Reading & English)

1 3-ring loose leaf binder (2 inch)

2 pkg dividers

Pencils & red grading pens

Notebook  paper

12 inch ruler ( 7th & 8th graders)

Composition notebook (reading)

Pens (blue Or Black)

Kleenex


6th Science

Composition notebook (not spiral)

1” binder

1 box tissue

1 lg. gluestick

1 box small tip markers

Paper, pencils, pens blue or black & red


6th Art

1 spiral bound sketch pad

3 pack Ivory bar soap

1 watercolor paint set


Art I (High School)

1 roll solid color duct tape

1 spiral bound sketch pad

3 pack Ivory bar soap


7th Science

Composition notebook (not spiral)

1 roll of clear mailing tape

1 – 1” binder

1 box colored pencils

1 lg. gluestick

Paper, pens blue or black & red


8th Science

Composition notebook (not spiral)

1 container Clorox wipes

1 lg. gluestick

2 – 1” binders ( 1 black & 1 any color)

1 pair of earbuds

Paper, pens blue or black & red  


UIL Athletic Physicals

posted Jul 25, 2018, 8:40 AM by Joel Parker

Dear Parent/Guardian,


UIL athletic physicals are required for any JH/HS student participating in a UIL athletic sport for the 2018-2019 school year.


Physicals are scheduled for Thursday, 8/2/18 at 1:00 @ Dr Burch's office in Elkhart. Two completed forms are required.  UIL Physical Form AND  the “new” Christus Health Consent Form (signed by parent/guardian). Forms can be picked up at the JH or HS front office.


If you are need  transportation the bus will leave the Jr High gym/parking lot at 12:15pm on 8/2/18.  


We are trying to get the bulk of these physicals done on 8/2/18. We have arranged with the doctors office to have enough staff on hand to get the kids through quickly.


Please note we do not know what time we will return to the Jr High but it will be after the last student is finished. We will have the kids contact you when we get close to the end.


Parent/guardian only may pick up your student directly from Dr Burch’s office.


For the JH basketball guys and others who might miss the first date we will go again on Tuesday 8/14/18 at 1:00 (bus will leave JH at 12:15). We are trying to get the bulk of the athletes to get it done on the first date 8/2/18.


Thank you,


Coach Cockerham

bcockerham@slocumisd.org


Junior High Basketball Camp 2018

posted Jun 29, 2018, 2:09 PM by Joel Parker   [ updated Jun 29, 2018, 2:09 PM ]

Monday July 30 / Tuesday July 31 at High School Gym and Wednesday August 1 / Thursday August 2 at Jr High Gym

Girls 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Boys 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Grades: Incoming 7th/8th grade Boys/Girls
Camp Fee: $50.00

Please find Sign-up form below. These forms need to be turned into either school office before the week of camp.
Forms can also be attained at either school office.

Zika Virus Protection and Prevention

posted Jun 18, 2018, 6:39 AM by Joel Parker

Mosquito activity increases with warmer weather, and so does the threat of these illnesses. Pregnant women are particularly at risk of Zika; the virus can cause birth defects in unborn infants. Following this letter are steps to help prevent mosquito-borne illnesses. We ask that you share this information with students, staff and the public.

Additionally, TexasZika.org has free information and materials in English and Spanish, including fact sheets and posters, that you can download or order in printed form.  The Zika communications toolkit found there has newsletter copy, social media content, and more. We encourage you to use these materials to help educate your communities.

The website also has website banners and other shareable graphics; please post and share these images on your school websites and social media platforms. The same simple steps outlined there to prevent Zika will be effective against all mosquito-borne diseases.

SLOCUM LADY MUSTANG SOFTBALL - BACK TO BACK STATE CHAMPS!I

posted Jun 6, 2018, 9:47 PM by Joel Parker   [ updated Jun 20, 2018, 8:45 AM ]

SLOCUM LADY MUSTANG SOFTBALL - BACK TO BACK STATE CHAMPS!I am so proud of these young ladies and their accomplishments.  I am also proud of the way that they represented Slocum ISD and the Slocum Community this past year in their quest for their second state softball championship.  In addition, I am still in awe of the way that the Slocum Community came out to support the Lady Mustangs at both games and at the amazing tailgate party that was provided for them when they returned home Saturday evening.  It was a great day to be from Slocum, Texas.




THEY DID IT!!!

posted May 28, 2018, 8:03 PM by Joel Parker

Softball and Baseball Teams are both Regional Champs and headed to State! 

Softball will play D’Hanis this Friday, June 1, at 2:00 at Dee Dillon Field at Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton. 

Baseball will play next Wednesday, June 6 at Dell Diamond in Round Rock at either 9:00AM or 12:00.  

Request for Proposal

posted May 16, 2018, 1:26 PM by Joel Parker

TITLE: Metal Roofing Proposal

 

COMPETITIVE SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 10:00 A.M., TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018.

 

RETURN PROPOSALS TO:

Slocum ISD Superintendent

5765 East State Hwy 294

Elkhart, TX  75839

All proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope on the enclosed proposal form and received on or before the time specified above. The proposal envelope must be clearly marked “Metal Roofing Proposal – June 5, 2018”.

 

SCOPE

Slocum ISD is now accepting competitive sealed proposals for a metal roofing replacement project at the PK-8 Campus located at 5765 East State Highway 294, Elkhart, Texas.  The project will cover a total area of approximately 4,650 sq. ft.  Included in the project also will be the replacement of gutters associated with the roofing project. 

 

Alternate 1 includes the complete replacement of the gutter system on an adjacent building (JH Science Building). 

 

The proposal will be a turnkey price which includes labor, materials, and disposal of old roofing.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

·         Commercial grade 26 gauge metal roofing

 

Prospective vendors may inspect the site by contacting Cliff Lasiter at (903) 922-7903.

 

All work must be approved by the above named person prior to commencement.

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

Criteria for selection of vendor will include:

            80% - Purchase Price

            15% - Projected Timeline for Completion of Project

            5% - Reputation of the Vendor and the Vendor’s goods and services

 

CONTRACT

The selected vendor reserves the right to charge any price desired as long as it does not exceed the proposal price.  All invoices will be paid on a net 30 day basis.

 

INVOICES

Invoices must be sent to:

Slocum ISD Business Office

5765 East State Hwy 294

Elkhart, TX  75839

 

The undersigned affirms they have familiarized themselves with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed and have satisfied themselves of matters that may be incidental to the work before submitting a proposal.  The selected vendor must submit their proposals on the attached forms and the forms must be originally signed.

 

Faxed or e-mailed proposals will not be accepted.

 

By submitting and signing the attached proposal forms, each vendor is indicating that he has read and understood the instructions, terms, conditions, specifications, and invitation to proposal and agrees to comply with and be bound by its precepts. Submission of a proposal form shall constitute an offer on such terms that shall remain open and irrevocable until such time as a proposal submitted on same has been accepted by the Slocum ISD.

 

Continuing non-performance of the vendor in terms of specifications shall be basis for termination of the contract by Slocum ISD. Slocum ISD shall not pay for work, equipment, or supplies that are unsatisfactory. Vendors will be given a reasonable opportunity before termination to correct the deficiencies. However, this shall in no way be construed as negating the basis for non-performance termination.

 

Slocum ISD reserves the right to accept and/or reject any and all proposals for any reason whatsoever.

 

APPLICABLE DATES AND TIMES

The proposals will be opened in the Slocum ISD Business Office, 5765 East State Hwy 294, Elkhart, TX 75839, at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 5, 2018.  Proposals are expected to be considered for award on or before June 11, 2018.

 

TITLE

The proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope with the following written on the outside lower left-hand corner of the envelope:

 

“METAL ROOFING PROPOSAL – June 5, 2018”

Send-Off Pictures (Slideshow)

posted Mar 7, 2018, 8:41 AM by Joel Parker

Cyber-bullying

posted Jan 29, 2018, 12:45 PM by Joel Parker

Parents,


It has been brought to our attention that there is a new activity going around social media.  Students are posting highly inappropriate questions and answers about other students.  This is, by definition, cyber-bullying.  Though this activity is currently done on Snapchat, it will not stay isolated there for long.  We also know that this current activity will pass as students lose interest, but a new one will develop just as quickly.


No one has the right to post hurtful, humiliating, or derogatory statements about another person.  New legislation known as “David’s Law” increases the school’s jurisdiction and punishment when dealing with bullying of all types, including cyber-bullying.  


Please check your child’s social media posts and content.  Let’s work together to prevent our students from humiliating and hurting each other.  If you find any negative content, please report it on our school bullying site or by contacting one of our school counselors (Lacie Sloan at elementary/jr high or Kim Tutt at high school.)  We want to stop this behavior, but we also want to ensure that those students involved get the help they need to overcome the effects this may have on them.  


Thank you,

Lacie Sloan

Kim Tutt


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