Prairie Lea ISD

Monday, September 24.           NO SCHOOL TODAY. This is a staff day and a STUDENT HOLIDAY.          HOMECOMING this week: TODAY is "John Cena Monday" (You can't see me - since there is no school on Monday). Tuesday is "Frat Tuesday" (PK-5 is crazy hair day/6-12 is dress as a college frat boy). Wednesday is "Marvel Wednesday" (wear your Marvel super hero T-shirt or costume). Thursday is "Classy Thursday" (out-dress the rest in your fancy clothes!) Friday is "Spirit Friday" (show your pride, bleed black and gold!). There will be a Pep rally at 2:45 pm on Friday. The game is Friday at 7:00 pm.           HS Volleyball Tuesday @ Louise at 5:00 pm.             JH Volleyball Thursday @ Weimar at 5:00 pm.            HS Football Friday at Home vs Bulverde Living Rock at 7:00 pm           The 1st six weeks ends this Friday. Report cards will be sent home Wednesday, October 3.
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  • Attached is the REVISED 2018-2019 School Supply List.  All elementary grade levels are now requesting 6 glue sticks.
 
  • Students in grades 6-12 should be supplied with paper, pens, pencils and one or more notebooks and a binder or organizer.
 
  • Backpacks, rolling backpacks, satchels, and briefcases are allowed. Students are discouraged from overloading these items. Staff, when requested, can assist students in determining what is essential to carry and what can be left in their lockers or at home.
 
  • To ensure the safety of all students and staff, all methods of materials storage (like backpacks) are subject to administrative search where a reasonable suspicion of contraband exists. Anyone objecting to this policy may opt to refrain from bringing storage items to campus.
 
  • No student will be excluded from an academic activity for lack of materials or supplies. However, students who deliberately arrive to class unprepared or abuse school provided materials are subject to disciplinary action.
 
  • Regular supplies are sufficient. Students and parents are actively discouraged from providing and/or bringing materials or supplies that are expensive when a similar item at lesser cost would achieve the same goal. The school is not responsible for lost or stolen items.