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Spring Texas News Updates April 1, 2009

April 1, 2009
The Riddle Report March 31, 2009

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

It took much longer than any of us anticipated, but the House is finally on a regular schedule, hearing bills every day on the floor. It seems every session we feel like we are behind the expected pace, yet we always seem to catch up. The real question is this: is it a good thing or a bad thing if we pass less legislation than normal? On the one hand, fewer laws usually means less intrusive government. On the other hand, good bills and bad bills both tend to die when we fall behind. Like my mother always told me: “There’s no piece of pie sliced so thin that it doesn’t have two sides!”

Spring ISD Kindergarten Roundup Schedule

HOUSTON – Spring ISD elementary schools will hold Kindergarten Roundup in April and May for children who will begin kindergarten in the 2009-10 school year.
Kindergarten in Spring ISD is a full-day program for children who will be five years old by Sept. 1, 2009. Registration for kindergarten is voluntary, but once a child enrolls for kindergarten, he or she becomes subject to the compulsory attendance law. That law requires a student to be in attendance at least 90 percent of the days that school is in session in order to receive credit.

FUEL FRIDAY at the YMCA


FUEL Friday returns to the South Montgomery County YMCA on April 3rd, 700pm.

“Making Fitness Fun” at the South Montgomery County YMCA

Healthy Kids Day® on April 18th
YMCA Healthy Kids Day® Builds Healthier Lives for Local Kids and Families

Join hundreds of children and their families as we celebrate fitness at the 18th Annual YMCA Healthy Kids Day® on Saturday, April 18th,, at more than 35 YMCA centers across the Houston area. The big celebration is FREE to the public and is the nation’s largest health day for children, supporting the healthy growth and development of kids and families.

YMCA Trail Run Presented by “Conroe’s Incredible Pizza”

Charity Event Featuring a 5K Trail Run, One Mile Kids Race and 3K Walk
Early Registration Deadline is April 24th.

YMCA Spring Youth Sports

Where everyone is given the opportunity to play

Chamber Singers Set to Embark on Spring Tour in Central Texas

“Choral Potpourri and the British Invasion” on Tap for Georgetown, Austin
The Lone Star College-Montgomery Chamber Singers, a select choir of 16 voices, will appear on tour in Georgetown and Austin, Texas. The choir will present free, public performances at the First United Methodist Church of Georgetown on Thursday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. and Central Presbyterian Church in downtown Austin on Friday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m.

 

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Klein Oak / Klein Collins Attendance Zone Modification Proposal

December 11, 2008

A subcommittee of the zoning committee met to discuss a possible realignment of the Klein Oak and Klein Collins attendance zones. The group reached concensus that two subdivisions currently in the Klein Oak zone should be moved to the Klein Collins zone

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Klein Oak / Klein Collins Realignment

 
Proposed Rezoning to Klein Collins     Current School 

 Senterra Lakes

Klein Oak 

 Stone Forest

Klein Oak 

 
 

The district administration would like to receive your input regarding the proposed attendance zone for Klein Oak and Klein Collins. You may email us by clicking on the link below. All email comments will be reviewed and considered. Additionally, we will host a community attendance zone forum on January 7, 2009 at Klein Oak High School in the auditorium from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

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Mueller Elementary Attendance Zone Modification Proposal

December 11, 2008

The Zoning Committee had two meetings to review and make recommendations regarding the new attendance zone for Mueller Elementary scheduled to open in the fall of 2009. The committee of consisted of over 50 members including parents, teachers, campus/central administrators and staff. The group considered eight options and studied each carefully looking at proposed student population for five years. The committee reached consensus at the second of three proposed meetings. Please click on the link below to view the preferred plan.

 

Mueller Elementary Preferred Attendance Zone Option

 
 Proposed Subdivisions Zoned to Mueller          Current School

 Pinewood Place

Schultz

 Spring Terrace

Schultz

 Bella Sera

Schultz

 Lakes at Avalon

Schultz

 Willow Trace

Schultz

 Rural Area 7B

Northampton

 Oakwood Village

Northampton

 Northcrest Village

Roth

Gosling Pines

Benignus

Rhodes Landing

Benignus

Rural Area 15B

Benignus

 
 

The district administration would like to receive your input regarding the proposed attendance zone for Mueller Elementary. You may email us by clicking on the link below. All email comments will be reviewed and considered. Additionally, we will host a community attendance zone forum on January 7, 2009 at Klein Oak High School in the auditorium from 7 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

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Klein ISD Releases Tenative Make-Up Day Schedule

September 26, 2008

The tentative plan for make up days is to make up four days on October 13, January 16, February 16, and April 13.