Shanklin Elementary is having the annual Veteran's Day Program on November 11th at 10am in the High School Gym. Due to occupancy restrictions, we are only allowed to have the honored Veterans and the families of the students that will be participating in the program attend in-person. If your child is participating a note was sent home on Friday. All other interested families can watch the program online - a link will be posted to the website. Shanklin students will watch the program live, in their classrooms.
HUGE thank you to the Luling Lions Club for a VERY generous donation to the district. These funds will be used to help students in need. Thank you Lions Club and Perla Castro for advocating for our students!
During the school year, each campus at Luling ISD will be working on No Place for Hate activities. In November, Luling Primary students are learning about how it’s okay for families to be unique or different and then they are drawing pictures of their families. This is their first lesson and activity for the 2020-2021 school year to earn the No Place for Hate designation.
Cooking class in ACE was a big hit! Shanklin students learned how to make pumpkin muffins.
ACE and A+ Federal Credit Union are offering FREE Virtual On-Line Financial Counseling Workshops. Contact Sherri Gibson, ACE coordinator at Shanklin Elementary or Satriani Carrillo, ACE coordinator at Gerdes Junior High for more information. The workshops are: Building a Better Budget (Nov. 10, 12:30 - 1:30 pm) Women & Retirement (Nov. 12, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.) Building a Better Budget (Nov. 19, 7:30 - 8:30 pm) Basics of Personal Finance (Dec. 8, 12:30 - 1:30 pm) Basics of Personal Finance (Dec. 17, 7:30 - 8:30 pm) To register for any of the FREE workshops, go to: https://aplusfcu.org/blog/workshops-and-events/
Everyday we are one day closer to our new elementary school being complete!
The November Spotlight Student of the Month for JH/HS is Jayden Hernandez! Jayden constantly helps other students in each of his classes and goes above and beyond in classroom participation. Jayden tells everyone good morning/good afternoon as he passes them in the hallway, and is a joy to be around. Great job representing the Luling Eagles, Jayden!
The November Spotlight Student of the Month for Primary/Elementary is Ronderick Hughey (EJ)! Ronderick is a first grader in Ms. Rodger's class. EJ has a positive attitude in class, is always kind and respectful, and works very hard in all subjects! He is also incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about music composers and geography! Way to go EJ!
The November Spotlight Staff Member of the Month is CiCi Keilman! Mrs. Keilman is one of our fabulous Shanklin Elementary teachers! Her fellow staff members cannot say enough about what an amazing teacher she is and how much they enjoy working with her! We are so happy that she is part of the Eagle family!
Thanks to everyone that has supported and participated in the awareness campaigns this month! It has been a busy month at Luling ISD! #breastcancerawareness #domesticviolenceawareness #stompoutbullying #unityday2020 #redribbonweek
Did you know that if you go to Apps on your phone, you can download the Luling ISD app by searching "Luling ISD"? You can keep up with daily lunch menus, access the Ascender Parent Portal, get social media live feed posts, and access teacher websites? Download our app today!
The Senior Pep Rally and Senior Sunrise Breakfast have been rescheduled due to the cancellation of the football game. The Breakfast and Pep Rally will be on Wednesday, November 18th. The Senior Breakfast will be at 7am and the Pep Rally will be at 6pm. All seniors, and their families, involved in football, cheer, dance, athletic training, and band will be recognized during the event.
At some point, we have all probably felt alone. Make a point to reach out and include others in activities at school. Be there to listen and support each other. #hereforyou #stompoutbullying
More 50’s and mustache fun at Shanklin!
Shanklin Elementary administrators and office staff dressed up to celebrate the 50th day of school. We’ve got T-Birds and Pink Ladies in the office at Shanklin today!
Shanklin Elementary is celebrating Red Ribbon week by saying “hats off” to drugs! Stay drug free!
Red Ribbon Week is this week, October 26th-30th! Monday: “Hats off to being drug free”- Wear a hat Tuesday: “We mustache you to be drug free!”- Wear or draw a mustache Wednesday: “Sock it to drugs!”- Wear crazy or colorful socks Thursday: “Be a Jean-ious and be drug free!”- Wear jeans Friday: “Team up against drugs!”- Wear your favorite team shirt
We need your meal application! Despite all students currently receiving free breakfast and lunch, each student needs to return a completed meal application to their campus. This will ensure that there is not a lapse in meal funding later this year for your child as well as to help our district obtain additional funding for the instructional needs of our students. Our meal applications are significantly down. We encourage all households to complete a meal application, even if you plan on sending lunch from home for your student. If you have any questions, please contact Food Services at 830-875-3191. You can access the application at the link below, or contact your child's school for a paper copy to be sent home. https://www.luling.txed.net/page/home-food-services
Next week is Red Ribbon Week. Dress in the themes below: Monday - Hats off to being drug free (wear your favorite hat) Tuesday - We "mustache" you to be drug free (sport your mustache) This is also the 50th day of school, so dress in you best 50's outfit. Wednesday - Sock it drugs (wear your crazy socks) Thursday - Be a "jean-ious" and wear jeans (wear your jeans) Friday - Team Up against drugs (wear your favorite team shirt or jersey)
Keep working on that Fundraiser!