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  • Jingle Bell Jukebox

    Christmas is right around the corner! With that being said, we are hard at work on learning our new songs and lines for our upcoming Christmas program. Our program is called "Jingle Bell Jukebox" and has a 50's theme. This is where we need your help. We would like for each child to dress 50's style for the program. For girls, we would like for them to wear a poodle skirt or black pants with a white shirt. We will be providing black scarves. For boys, we would like for them to wear rolled up jeans, white socks, and a white shirt with a leather type jacket(if they have one). You can google 50's theme and find easy dressing ideas. Our program is on December 16th so we are hoping this gives you enough time to get something together. We appreciate all your help!


    Thank you!!!

    The Elemntary Teachers


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  • Science Spectrum



    Dear Pre-k thru 2nd grade Parents:

        We will be going on a field trip to the Science Spectrum on December, 9th. We will leave around 8:00 am and will return to school around 2:30. We will do the museum and the omni theatre. The show is Journey to the South Pacific. The cost is covered by P.T.A for the students. Please let us know if you would like to attend with us. The cost would be $8 per person for all extras.


    Cynthia Walden and Lisa Sanders

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  • Loop Tournament Schedule

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  • Dental visit

    The 3rd and 4th graders received a visit from the Dental Hygiene students of Howard College in Big Spring, Texas.

    They were showing the kids how to floss and brush their teeth correctly.

    Thank you ladies for coming by today!


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  • UIL

    Congratulations to our UIL winners! Our Elementary and Junior High teams scored 1,053 points at UIL!!!

    Great job to our teachers and students!





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Cotton Center ISDP.O. Box 3502345 FM 179

Cotton Center, TX  79021p. 806.879.2160f. 806.879.2175

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