The online tool delivers daily differentiated instruction for nonfiction reading and writing that’s precisely tailored to each student’s Lexile reading level.
The Name That Book contest, coordinated by the HISD Department of Library Services, serves to acquaint HISD students with classic literature as well as contemporary award-winning books, representing a variety of genres. This year, our team had a wonderful time reading the books and formulating a strategy for the competition. As one team member said "we became a family of readers".
Two teams (1st- 4th and 4th/5th) from the School at St. George Place competed in the Houston Area Regional Odyssey of the Mind Tournament on Saturday, February 25! The 1st - 4th team earned high honors in individual categories. The 4th/5th Grade Team took 2nd place overall in their section and has advanced to the State Tournament in April. This is only the second year that the school has participated in this international creative problem-solving competition. Team. Go Dragons! And a special thanks to our outstanding coaches Nancy Zey and Rina Bertram as well as our teacher sponsors, Gabe Silveira and Vanessa Lozano.
Congratulations to 5th Grader Tyler Adams in representing The School at St. George Place in the District Spelling Bee!
The Visual Arts Department studied traditional customs for Día de los Muertos.
We are so proud of our 5th Grade Teacher: Mrs. Catoni
A Message from Principal Wheat
This year is a very important to our International Baccalaureate (IB) Program. In the Spring of 2018, we will re-evaluated the progress of our IB program. We are in the process of reflecting on the growth and sustainability of our program through self study. Your feedback is needed. Please complete the survey below. All responses will be included in our final report to the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO). If you are interested in participating a parent focus group contact Maxine Adams, IB Coordinator. Click on the survey below: