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Mobile Food Bank

The KHS Health Science Department has partnered with the Houston Food Bank in providing a mobile food truck that will provide groceries for over 200 families.
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City of Houston to declare Nov. 10 as 'Sesame Street Day' in honor of 50 years

This year marks 50 years since the first episode of “Sesame Street” aired, and America’s first PBS station is celebrating by asking Houstonians to share their favorite childhood memories on social media using the hashtag #ThisIsMyStreet. The digital campaign also features an eight-part series called I Grew Up on Sesame Street that spotlights local residents and their personal relationships with the heartwarming show.
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Family Literacy Night

Family Literacy Night is Thursday, October 24th from 6:00 - 7:30. There will be many fun activities including story time, literacy games, iPad apps to use at home, a scavenger hunt, shopping at the book fair, and free pizza! Make sure you attend this awesome event. We hope to see you here!
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Book Fair is Coming to Cravens!!!

The book fair will be at Cravens ECA the week of October 21-25th. Students can shop any day during the school hours. We will also have a family shopping event during our Family Literacy Night on October 24th from 6:00-7:30. Make plans to attend this fun family event and purchase new books at our book fair! Proceeds from the fair help earn money for our school! Thank you for your support and we hope to see you at the fair!
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Sheldon ISD Parent University

Learn more about the district and community
Parents meet once a month
Free childcare provided
Free for all Sheldon ISD Families
Find out more about new district programs, and community resources available to your family
Classes will also include lessons in the history of Sheldon ISD
Light refreshments will be provided
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SISD board saves district $2.3 million in issuance of tax refunded bonds

Members of the Sheldon ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved an order authorizing the issuance of $15.1 million in Sheldon ISD Unlimited Tax Refunded Bonds that will save the district more than $2.3 million in cash flow savings.
Abraham George, Sheldon ISD Chief Financial Officer, said this overall potential savings is a result of lower interest rates throughout the bond market.
“When these bonds go out for sale, they will be sold to the lowest bidder,” George said, “which is a win-win situation for our school district.”
George said he would also like to thank the district’s financial advisor, U. S. Capital Advisors; and bond counsel, Hunton, Andrews & Kurth, LLP for all of their hard work throughout this process.
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Child Nutrition Department receives certificate from Texas Department of Agriculture

Congratulations to Sheldon ISD’s Child Nutrition Department for successfully meeting all the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program requirements assessed earlier this year. This review covered critical and general areas of review both districtwide and at C. E. King Middle School, KASE Academy, and Monahan Elementary.
Pictured are (from left) King Davis, Sheldon ISD Superintendent; Carmen Nauling, SISD Child Nutrition Operation Supervisor; Lindsay Montalbano, SISD Dietitian; and Latricia Archie, Sheldon ISD School Board President.
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SISD administrator receives 'Distinguished Administrator Award' by Texas Music Educators Association

Sheldon ISD Executive Director for Student Services J. R. Webster received the “Distinguished Administrator Award” by the Texas Music Educators Association last night in a special ceremony at the SISD School Board meeting.
Webster, who was nominated by C. E. King Middle School band directors Crystal Hoisager and Brice Harkness, was recognized for his continued dedication and support for the fine arts. Over the past years, Webster has also been instrumental in preserving quality music education program throughout the district.
Pictured (from left) are J. R. Webster, Crystal Hoisager, and Brice Harkness.
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