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          • Below is your RAE eNews for 5.22.23



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          • Below is your RAE eNews for 5.1.23 

            RAE eNews 5.1.23


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          • Good morning, StingRAE Families.

            If you were early and on time today, thank you. We appreciate you making timeliness important. It makes a difference to how we start the day. 

            Unfortunately, this morning, we had over 60 students arrive late. When this happens, it causes a disruption to many classes. There was a lull in the car rider line from 7:25-7:35 which caused our car rider line to run longer. 

            As a reminder, we let students from the car rider line into the building at 7:25 a.m. This helps us get all students to their classes by 7:50, when the tardy bell rings.

            We must send in our Safety Patrol when the bell rings at 7:50 a.m. as they need to get to their classes. 

            If you arrive after the 7:50 a.m. bell and the sign reads "Oops! You Are Late. Please park and come inside with your child", parents must bring their child into the front office to sign them in. You may not drop your student off late without escorting them in once the sign has turned. 

            Target time is 7:45 a.m. This means that students who are walking or biking should arrive to the east or west gates by 7:45 a.m. and students who are in the car rider line should be entering the building around 7:45 a.m. The target time arrival ensures that students have time to walk to their classes and be in their seats ready to begin by 7:50 a.m. 

            We understand we are all coming off of Spring Break. Please take the time to "reset" with your families so that your children arrive to school early and on time.

            We will be assigning detentions for excessive tardies. While I understand that many elementary students depend on their parents to get them to school, I also believe that our students can help the adults in their lives by preparing their clothes ahead of time, listening to their parents' directions and guidance, and being ready to go. 

            Parents, I am respectfully requesting that you partner with me and our RAE Staff to make this a priority. Learning the value of time and how it impacts others around them and their individual success is important. With over 1,000 students, we need your help. 

            I believe you chose RAE for your child because of our high expectations of our students and each other. Let's work together to maintain a school of excellence that you and your children can be proud of attending. 


            Charmaine Hobin

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          • Lunch room visitation will be allowed for:

            • Adults who are listed as PARENTS or GUARDIANS in the child's record; and
            • Adults who have a signed note from a PARENT or GUARDIAN that gives them permission to eat lunch with that child specifically on that day.

            Please remember we are a large campus with a lot of children and families. Our space in the cafeteria is limited. Please choose the times you decide to eat with your child sparingly. If the cafeteria begins to have problems with seating space, we will have to put more restrictions on our lunch room visitation.

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          District Announcements

          • Katy ISD’s elementary bell schedule is designed to maximize bus routes, minimize service delays, and accommodate for ongoing driver shortages.

            Tier A Elementary Campuses
            First Bell: 7:43 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 7:50 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:00 p.m.
            Early Release Dismissal: 12:05 p.m.
            Alexander Hutsell Rylander
            Campbell McRoberts Sundown
            Cimarron Memorial Parkway Winborn
            Hayes Rhoads Woodcreek
            (Effective Aug 2023)
            Mayde Creek
            (Effective Aug 2023)
            (Effective Aug 2023)


            Mid-Tier Elementary Campuses
            First Bell: 8:03 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 8:10 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:20 p.m.
            Early Release Dismissal: 12:25 p.m.
            Bear Creek Griffin Shafer
            Bethke Holland Stanley
            Bryant Katy West Memorial
            Exley McElwain Williams
            Fielder Morton Ranch Wilson
            Franz Nottingham Country Wolfe
            Golbow Randolph  


            Tier B Elementary Campuses
            First Bell: 8:23 a.m.; Tardy Bell: 8:30 a.m.; Dismissal: 3:40 p.m.
            Early Release Dismissal: 12:45 p.m.
            Creech King Schmalz
            Davidson Leonard Stephens
            Jenks Pattison Wolman
            Kilpatrick Robertson  


            Junior High High School
            First Bell: 8:48 a.m. First Bell: 7:08 a.m.
            Tardy Bell: 8:55 a.m. Tardy Bell: 7:15 a.m.
            Dismissal: 4:05 p.m. Dismissal: 2:35 p.m.


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            This year, for the first time, the district will host a brief 45-second fireworks display at the conclusion of each graduation ceremony. Graduation ceremonies historically end somewhere between 9:30 p.m. and 9:55 p.m., depending on the size of the class. The safety of our Katy ISD community is our number one priority. The district has contracted with a professional pyrotechnics company to administer each firework display. That company is also providing safety staff to ensure those operating the display, as well as the audience viewing the display, are protected from any potential hazards. The pyrotechnics company, as well as our school district, has obtained all required licensing and permitting through the City of Katy. Graduation ceremonies are scheduled nightly from Thursday, May 18 through Friday, May 26, at Legacy Stadium. Information about the Katy ISD Class of 2023 graduations.

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            The STAAR redesign was fully implemented in the spring 2023 for all grades/subjects and courses.  Due to the changes, the reporting of performance standards will be later in the summer.  As in previous years, the state assessment outcomes will provide families with detailed information about their student’s areas of strength, as well as any gaps in learning. Parents can access the state’s Family Portal for assessment results by using their child’s Unique Student Access Code. Parents may utilize the Parent Directions To Access State Testing Results (ENG./SPA.) document located on the Katy ISD Department of Research, Assessment, and Accountability website. Final test results will be available in the Family Portal by the end-of-day listed in the chart below:  

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            Parents may complete the Student Device Checkout Request form for their student to check out a Chromebook for home use. As with other devices with an internet connection, the Chromebook enables students to log in to MyKaty Cloud to access campus resources including Canvas, encyclopedias, informational databases, and other learning tools. 


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          • HOME ACCESS CENTER (HAC)    

            As a reminder, parents of elementary and secondary students are asked to check the HAC to stay abreast of their student(s) current six or nine weeks assignment grades and grade average.  HAC reflects the most accurate academic progress of students.     

            To ensure secondary students refer to the HAC to verify current grades on assignments and six weeks grade average, the following message is housed on the Canvas homepage: 



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