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What’s Happening

Donuts with Dads
Come and meet other Old Town Elementary Dads, Grandparents, Step-Dads and Men-of-the-house to talk about how we can make a big difference working together as WatchD.O.G.S.(Dads.Of.Great.Students) DONUTS WITH D.A.D.S.- Monday, OCTOBER 23rd STARTING AT 7:20AM in the library.  

Raptor Upgrade
Round Rock ISD is pleased to announce that we are updating the Raptor Visitor Management System in all district schools. The District has been using the Raptor System to track visitors, contractors, and volunteers in our schools, providing us with a safer environment for our students and staff.

Old Town Elementary was updated October 11. You will need to scan your ID using the Raptor System even if you have done so in the past. This is necessary the first time you visit the school due to the upgrade.

The Raptor System checks to ensure that registered sex offenders are not entering our buildings. Note that the Raptor System only scans the visitor’s name, date of birth, and photo for comparison with a national database of registered sex offenders. Additional visitor data from the ID is not gathered nor accessible by users, and the system is not connected to any other organization such as the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Once entry is approved, Raptor will issue a badge that identifies the visitor, date, and purpose of the visit. A visitor badge will not be necessary for those who visit our schools simply to drop off an item in the office or pick up paperwork. If a person does not have identification, he/she can still be given access to the building but will be escorted by a school staff member.

If you are interested in learning more about the Raptor System, please visit Raptor Technologies’ website. If you have any questions for district personnel, please contact Mario De La Rosa, RRISD Director of Safety and Security, at 512-428-7956.

The safety of our students is our highest priority, and the Raptor System provides a consistent way to aid in keeping away people who may present a danger to our students. All visitors to the school must be scanned into the system and obtain a visitor badge.

Thank you in advance for supporting school safety protocols in our district.

UIL Competition Registration Deadline Extended to Friday, October 20th
The registration deadline for students to sign up for this year’s UIL competition has been extended to this Friday, October 20th. Learn more about the academic competition and register your child.

Flu Clinic Information
On Oct. 26, Round Rock ISD brings “Kick the Flu” flu vaccination clinics to Old Town Elementary.  Students who return a signed consent form will be signed up to receive a flu shot during the school day. Flu shots are provided at no cost and parents do not need to be present.

Available by injection only, trained and skilled licensed nurses will be administering the 100% preservative and antibiotic free vaccine.

The “Kick the Flu” program flu vaccination clinics are a cooperation between Round Rock ISD, Schoolhouse Pediatrics, Healthy Schools and E3 Alliance.

Forms are due no later than October 24so that the proper amount of medication can be brought to campus

Kick the Flu English student consent form
Kick the Flu Spanish student consent form

Box Tops Information
This year Old Town Elementary will be collecting Box Tops to raise money for our school. Did you know that some local schools raise thousands of dollars for their schools each year, just from clipping and submitting Box Tops?  We receive 10 cents for each Box Top that we collect!

Box Tops are on the packaging of hundreds of participating products that you probably use every day.  All you need to do is cut them off of the box they are on, stick them in a baggie and send them to school with your child.

We are currently having a competition between the Kindergarten through 2nd grades and 3rd through 5th grades to see which grade level group will collect the most.  The winning grade level group will get to vote as to what the other group of teachers will have to do. Will they kiss a pig?  Wear tutus all day? Get a pie in the face?  Have to dance during lunches?  It will be up to the grade level group that gets the most Box Tops turned in by October 27!

Be sure to track our progress at www.boxtops4education.com.  Thanks for choosing to support our school by collecting Box Tops!

Reflections Contest
This year’s PTA Reflections theme is, “Within Reach.” Students are encouraged to submit their work, which focuses on their interpretation of the theme. More information about the Reflections Contest.

Students should submit the entries to the front office. Entries are due no later than Friday, November 3, 2017. Contact Beth Seaton, OTE PTA Reflections Chair with any questions.

Round Rock ISD has partnered with eSchoolPLUS to release a new mobile app, eSchoolPLUS Family. The app allows parents and students who are registered with the Round Rock ISD home access center to stay connected using a smartphone. The eSchoolPLUS Family mobile app offers the convenience of immediate access to a student’s class work, schedule, grades and attendance from anywhere a smartphone or tablet can attain mobile service. The eSchoolPLUS Family mobile app is a free application available for Apple devices, Android, and Kindle Fire and Fire Phones and uses the same login and password as Home Access Center. The application can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play or the Amazon app store. More information, including device guides.

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