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September 2023 Parent Bulletin

Welcome Back, Lions Family! 

We are off to a great start this school year, and I can’t wait to see everyone again. This September, we are diving into our BOY (beginning-of-the-year) assessments so that we can see how our scholars are progressing in reading, math, and science. Please continue encouraging your scholars to do their best!

Join me for PowWow with the Principal on Sept. 5 @ 9:00 AM in person or virtually. During this time, we will discuss upcoming events and activities. We also have an open forum to cover any other items that you would like to discuss. Please see the Zoom link below.  

September 15th starts the observance of Hispanic Heritage. As we celebrate Hispanic culture, be on the lookout for your scholar to bring home lessons, activities, and crafts!

RSPA is excited to welcome the 21st Century After-school program. The after-school program begins on September 11th and runs from 3:30 to 6:00 PM daily, including Fridays. They can accept up to 125 students, so hurry and grab a spot. Scholars must maintain good attendance to remain in the program. 

School safety is always our number one priority, and for the next few months, we will have security on campus. Officer Levier (Mr. L) helps monitor the inside and outside of our school, is present during arrival and dismissal, and makes sure that all staff and scholars are secure.  

The new STEAM lab is ready to receive scholars. Through the MSAP grant, we are able to provide several new learning experiences for your child. Robotics, Music Engineering, Coding/Technology, and Violin are offered this year. We have partnered with OKA+ to help us integrate fine arts and academics into one.  

Join us for Grandparents’ Day while honoring 9/11. Come out and eat breakfast with your scholar. Breakfast will be from 7:30-8:30 AM in the Library. 

Remember, “98 is Great” for our daily attendance. Parents, please bring your scholar to school each and every day. There is a direct link between student achievement and attendance.  

We welcome the Fall season with optimism and enthusiasm! Our scholars are in for some rigorous and engaging work, and with help from family, they will succeed.

My door is always open. Please stop by and say Hello!

Every Child, Every Day, 100% of the Time!!

Lakesha Winslow, M.Ed

Humble Campus Principal

Visit the Counselor's Corner

Dear Parents,

I am your School Counselor, Mrs. White. Here at Rhodes School for the Performing Arts, we will be very busy learning about respect as part of our social-emotional development. 

Learning happens best when it is done both at school and at home. There are many ways that you can help your child continue to learn about Respect, such as by reading about it, talking about it, & and practicing it! I have included the definition below: 


To demonstrate “high regard” for or special attention to something or someone. 

Acting in a way that shows care for how your actions may impact others.

One of the big questions scholars will be answering in class this month is: 

  1. In what ways can you show respect to someone?
  2. How can you be a more respectful person?

LaTonya White, M.A.

Humble Campus Counselor

Character Trait for September: RESPECT

Monthly Mental Health Moments: SELF-CARE ISN'T SELFISH


September 1st: Progress Reports Go Home

September 4th: Labor Day - No School 

September 5th: 

  • Pow Wow with the Principal
  • Science Fair Parent Forms Go Home

September 6th: PTC Interest Meeting

September 7th: 21st Century Parent Interest Meeting

September 11th: 

  • Grandparents’ Day Breakfast
  • 9/11 Remembrance Day
  • Flag Football Game

September 12th-14th: NWEA Testing

September 12th: 

  • Science Fair Project Form Due
  • Girls Volleyball Game

September 13th: Flag Football Game

September 14th: Coffee with the Counselor

September 15th: 

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month begins
  • Zydeco Class Night - RSVP Here

September 18th: Flag Football Game

September 19th: 

  • National IT Professional Day
  • 7th & 8th Grade Girls NASA Space Center Field Experience
  • Girls Volleyball Game

September 21st: Flag Football Game

September 25th: Girls Volleyball Game

September 25th-29th: Hispanic Heritage Week

September 27th: 

  • See You at the Pole
  • Flag Football Game

September 30th: Dazzling Dolls & Cheerleaders @ TSU Homecoming Parade

October 2nd-6th: DBA #1 Week

Click on the event flyers below to visit the Event Calendar!


Click here to complete the 21st Century After-School Program Interest Form

Early Release Fridays:

Please remember that every Friday is an early release day. All scholars will be dismissed at 1:00 PM. Please ensure transportation methods are arranged accordingly.

Arrival & Dismissal Reminder:

Morning drop-off time is at 7:30 AM, and classes begin at 7:55 AM. All scholars must be dropped off in the back car rider area until 7:55 AM. After that time, please bring them to the front. 

Early pick-up ends at 2:20 PM Monday-Thursday and 11:40 AM on Fridays. We will begin dismissal at 3:25 PM. Please make sure that we know how your scholar gets home. Send a note, email the teacher, or call the front office if needed. If you need early drop-off or late pick-up, Crayon Club (6:00a-6:00p *fee*) or the 21st Century Program (3:25-6:00p *free*) is available. Thank you for your strict adherence to this policy.


Please make sure that your child attends school daily. It is imperative to their academic success and growth in school. Just as a reminder: students who miss 10 or more school days may receive an attendance behavior contract and could be subject to compulsory attendance laws. Also, 3 tardies are equivalent to one absence.


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