Important dates for the 2017-2018 school year:
Required Immunizations must be administered and immunization record (or exemption) on file prior to attending class.
An independent screener will be available at the school in October to perform state-mandated vision and hearing screening, Acanthosis Nigricans (AN) screening, and spinal screening for a nominal fee. You are welcome to have your child’s physician perform these screenings over the summer, if you prefer. The screening requirements are as follows:
If you are having your child's physician perform these screenings rather than using the onsite screener in October, the results (or exemption) are due to the office by July 31. The physician may record the results of the AN and spinal screening on the health form.
All NEW students, students with a previous medical condition, and students under the age of 4 must turn in a Health Form by July 31, 2017.
Vision/Hearing Screening Requirements and Vision/Hearing Screening Form
(Any new students, 4 year olds, Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th)
Texas Department of State Health Services clearly states the Vision/Hearing Screening Requirements and provides the Vision/Hearing Screening Forms (M-40 and M-60).
All students must submit current immunization records or appropriate exemption form. Immunization requirements are provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Internet Use Agreement
All students need an Internet Use Agreement (PDF) form on file with the office to be permitted to use computers at school.
Summer Reading is incredibly important and can be lots of fun too! Below are the summer fun reading lists (PK3-K) and required reading lists (1st-8th) listed by grade level for all our TBS students. Please note that you should use the list for the grade level your child will be going into this coming school year. Happy Reading!
Summer Reading Logs
The Branch School encourages summer reading. If interested in maintaining a reading log, students need to do the Log for the grade they are going into next year. The required reading lists above count for the Reading Log and should be listed. Here are some reading tips/activities (PDF) to help make summer reading fun!
Here is some information on summer resources if you are interested in doing review throughout the summer.
Summer Learning Activities and Skill Builders from Teachers
Need some ideas of fun activities to do over the summer to keep your child's skills sharp? This list provides lots of possible activities.
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