CHA hosts a number of opportunities for parents to become involved in their child's education. Several annual academic family nights and school events occur where CHA staff empower parents with techniques to engage their children at home in interactive games, meaningful conversations, and quality family time. When parents demonstrate an interest in their children, they will strive to do their best in school.
Chapel Hill Academy is dedicated to building a strong academic foundation for the educational achievement of our students. We promote the social and emotional competence of our children and invite parents to be actively involved in the fulfillment of your child's success. The key to a successful education is parental support and involvement. From parent-student compacts to the Parent Advisory Council, moms and dads are invited into core activities of Chapel Hill Academy.
2013 STAAR Test Dates
April 2 – Grade 4 Writing and Grade 5 Math
April 3 – Grade 4 Writing and Grade 5 Reading
April 23 – Grades 3 and 4 Math
April 24 – Grades 3 and 4 Reading; Grade 5 Science
May 14 – Grade 5 Math (retest)
May 15 – Grade 5 Reading (retest)
June 25 – Grade 5 Math (final retest)
June 26 – Grade 5 Reading (final retest)
Parents, please note that on STAAR test dates, CHA maintains a CLOSED CAMPUS policy. We do not allow parents to bring lunches to students (in any grade) or any other visitors on campus. Please help us ensure a secure testing environment by following these procedures. Thanks!
PTA Spirit/Uniform Shirt Sales
Got CHA Spirit?? Order your spirit/uniform shirt today! Order forms went out last week and are due back tomorrow, Tuesday, November 13th to your child's teacher. Didn't get an order form? Pick one up in the lobby.
txConnect for Parents/Guardians
Parents to access your child(s) grades, please use the following link and user guide:
Login Page for Parents: http://txeis.lenapopehome.org/txconnect/
Quick Reference Guide: txConnect for Parent/Guardian Quick Reference Guide
West Nile Virus memo
Some of you have brought up concerns regarding the prevention of West Nile Virus (WNV) at our school. We have provided information below on the guidelines we are following.
The primary time of mosquito exposure is dusk through dawn. The primary population that is most affected by WNV is adults over the age of 50, and immunocompromised patients. After consulting the Texas Department of Health, and Center for Disease Control, we have implemented the following:
1. Staff is watching for standing water daily on the playground and in all outdoor areas. Any standing water will be removed immediately.
2. You may send your child in a long-sleeved uniform shirt and/or uniform pants to prevent exposure if you’d like.
3. Mosquito repellent may be sent for your child to apply outside to reduce the chance of being bit. If you would like to do this, please note that all forms of mosquito repellent will be treated as a medication. All repellent must be checked into the nurse’s office, although a physician’s note will not be required at this time.
If you have any questions, please contact Adrienne Chavez, RN at 817-289-0275.
To view the 2011 TEA School Report Card, please click HERE.
To view the 2012 NCLB Report Card, please click HERE.
To view the 2011 NCLB Report Card, please click HERE.
To view the CHA Highly Qualified Teacher Requirements Report, please click HERE.
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