• 2015-16 Pre-Kindergarten Registration

    Posted by Susan Jones on 1/26/2015
    Pre-Kindergarten Registration is April 1st
    Doors open at 7:15
    Registration is from 8:30-12:00 in Mini-Gym

    The following documents must be brought to registration:

    • Child’s official birth certificate
    • Child’s immunization record completed (All Pre-K students require HEP A)
    • Proof of income (2 most recent check stubs or income tax information)
    • Proof of residence (Only lease or utility bill -has to be electric, gas or water.  NO CABLE OR PHONE BILL)
    • Parent or guardian driver's license, picture ID or passport

    • **Note Must have all documents present when registering and all documents must be complete, especially immunizations, before registration information can be accepted and marked as complete. 
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  • Welcome to Pre-K

    Posted by Susan Jones on 8/14/2013
    Welcome to the new school year!  I want your child to have a fun and successful year in Pre-Kindergarten. Our meet and greet is Friday, August 15th from  4:00-6:00. Hope to see you there. The first day of school is Monday, August 25th. During meet and greet you may purchase a school supply package.
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    Ms. Jones


    Conference Period: 8:15-9:00

    Email: sjones18@houstonisd.org
    Phone: 713-726-3634

     About Ms. Jones: I graduated from TSU in 1995 with a B.S. in Marketing.A Master's degree in Education Leadership. This year marks my 10th year in the classroom. I taught Pre-K at Bonham ES my first five years of teaching and then moved to Parker. I LOVE teaching Pre-kindergarten kids! This will be my 5th year at Parker Elementary. I have a daughter who is in the 7th grade at Johnston Middle School. My favorite children’s book is the Llama Llamas series by Anna Dewdney.
    My favorite quote is "A hundred years from now, it will not matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in the bank...but the world may be a better place because I made a difference in the life of a child." -- Forest Witcraft