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by: Dr. Sylvia Vardell
2016 Accelerated Profieciency Contest Once again we have been fortunate to receive a gift from a very generous business man who is providing an “end of year party,” for the school with the highest proficiency in the Accelerated Reading Program at the end of the fifth six-weeks. The link below is a short video that we would like for you to utilize in promoting the contest and to help motivate your students into improving their proficiency and not concentrate on points. Good luck to all of you!                   see promotional video...  Dia de los Niños “You can't imagine how excited Egly Elementary was yesterday in our celebration of "Dia de los Ninos"  Diversity in Action. Our children performed seven songs and three stories to a large group of Pre- Kinder and Kinder students.  The response to our invitation for this program was overwhelming and the parents were overcome with excitement as they saw their children execute such a beautiful program”                       Carmela Petraitis                      Media Specialist, Egly Elemenatry        Transitions to Digital Media  Are school libraries on the way out?                        read entire article...  (Courtesy of  DA District Administration)  
The Power of Poetry for Learning and Literacy
In the picture from left to right: Ms. Claudia Garcia and Frank Ortiz; from Cromack Elementary, Ms. Maria Isabel Colglazier; from Castaneda Elementary, Ms. Claudia Chirinos and Ms. Obdulia E. Valdez; from Stell Middle School, Ms. Sandra Rathjen and Ms. Jennifer Gonzalez; from Lucio Middle School, Ms. Blanca Holmes; from Skinner Elementary, Ms. Abigail Ochoa; from Palm Grove Elementary, Ms. Pilar Garibay; from Hudson Elementary, Mr. Jose L. Poy and Ms. Jessica Hedrick; from Del Castillo Elementary, and Mr. Adolfo Sierra from Victoria Heights Elementary.  A hearty “Congratulations,” go out to all the Media Specialists and their Administrators for receiving the Laura Bush Foundation Grant of $7000.00 for the purchase of books for their libraries.