If you were at SPIPPS on February 21st, you have the opportunity to buy a DVD featuring all grades who participated! Students in Early Childhood – Kindergarten can purchase the DVD for $5. SPIPPS participants in 1st-8th grade can purchase the DVD for $10. The DVD features individual students showcasing their basketball skills, as well as pictures from the games they played. Please see Mrs. Guidry if you are interested in buying the DVD.
Caleb Morgan is this week’s “Middle School Student of the Week!” Caleb is a sixth grader and his first year of middle school has been quite impressive. Caleb was awarded for his essay that he shared at the Veteran’s Day program in November. He was also recently voted Middle School Sweetheart at the Valentine’s Dance. Caleb likes to play video games and with nerf guns. He looks forward to competing on the science UIL team next year.
Pre-K student, Hayli Nichols, has been named “Elementary Student of the Week.” Hayli works hard in class, follows directions, and always listens to Mrs. Rodgers. Hayli’s favorite thing about Pre-K is reading books!
Welcome, Shark Byte readers!
If you are planning on purchasing a yearbook or DVD, time is running out. This week, we have a “Shark Byte Reader Discount” that will save our readers $5 on the purchase of a DVD or yearbook.
Our Fall Sports and Organization DVDs are on sale through the end of this week and yearbook sales end in April! If you purchase either one this week, just say or write down the code word (SHARKBYTE). With the code, DVDs will cost $10 and yearbooks will cost $50. See Mrs. Guidry if you are interested!
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Guidry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School teachers are awarding “Student of the Week” to 8th grader, Erika Figueroa. Erika is a two-year member of the Middle School Cheerleading Squad and plays many sports at Sabine Pass. She is a hard-working student who is always eager to help. Erika is known for her ability to make people laugh and her kindhearted spirit. Erika was recently crowned as Middle School Sweetheart at the Valentine’s Dance Coronation.
Fifth grader, Rylee Jones, has been selected “Student of the Week” by elementary teachers. Rylee is a hard worker and a very good student. She is a dancer at Company D Dance Studio. Rylee looks forward to middle school sports like volleyball and wants to be a member of the tennis team when she reaches high school.
You may have recently noticed a VGO Robot traveling around campus. On Monday, Sabine Pass unveiled a new educational tool designed to help home-bound students attend class and be involved in a regular school environment and faculty can attend important meetings while away. Students and staff will be able to listen to lectures, be involved in class discussions, and not feel as if they are missing out on educational opportunities while they are away from school. The VGO Robot, named “Robyn,” has already been put to use in classrooms and school activities this week.
The Junior Class hosted the Valentine’s Dance on Thursday night. Students enjoyed a dance contest and the crowning of this year’s sweethearts. Four sets of sweethearts were chosen: lower elementary, upper elementary, middle school and high school. Lower elementary crowned Meagan Pfeffer and Brendan Miller. Sweethearts for upper elementary were Hacelyn Contreras and Tyler Gonzales. Erika Figueroa and Caleb Morgan were crowned sweethearts for middle school and Kiara Baker and Brayden Miller were crowned for high school.
Middle School Student Spotlight
This week, middle school teachers have named 7th grader, Kelcey Torres, as Middle School Student of the Week! Kelcey has been a member of the volleyball and basketball team and enjoys playing soccer, as well. She stays on the A/B Honor Roll and is a very hard-working student. Her favorite classes are reading, science, and social studies!
Elementary Student Spotlight
Kolby Arceneaux is this week’s Elementary Student of the Week! Kolby stands out among Shark students because he is a hard worker, is always on task, and you can often find him helping others. His favorite subject in math. Kolby’s favorite thing about Sabine Pass School is the football program and he loves playing football with his uncles.
The Senior Class is hosting a box tops contest from January 26th-February 20th. Please send unexpired box tops to school to help your class win an icy treat!
Elementary students – bring your box tops to your homeroom teacher.
6th grade – Mrs. Holmes
7th grade – Mrs. Guidry
8th grade – Mrs. Deslatte
9th grade – Ms. Lindsey
10th grade – Mrs. Bates
11th grade – Mrs. Henderson
12th grade – Mrs. Dusang
Good luck to all classes!
Elementary students celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, February 5th. Each class had unique festivities dealing with the number 100. Fifth graders enjoyed working through a “100” themed packet and did 100 jumping jacks throughout the day. Kindergarteners were seen sporting a crown boasting that they were 100 days smarter. Many students were asked to create posters with 100 things on them and have been displayed in the hallway. When asked about his favorite 100th day activity, Third Grader, Kolby Arceneaux said, “I really liked making my hat with one hundred eyeballs on it. We also made a keychain with one hundred yellow beads.” Students look forward to the festivities each year. It provides an opportunity for fun while showing off all they have learned during the past 100 days.