Young children’s social emotional development is vital to their overall well-being, affecting their success in school and their ability to learn in all subject areas. Join us as we explore strategies for avoiding or minimizing power struggles with children and encouraging children’s sense of
competence. Participants will learn strategies for reducing power struggles at home, identify the importance of sharing control with children, and learn the difference between free and limited choices. This will be an active learning, participatory training – come ready to have some fun! Thursday, May 9th...(Click🔝Headline)
The district recently published a new district brochure highlighting the district and our campuses. The FSHISD District Publication was a joint effort among key district personnel to highlight the wonderful accomplishments of the students and staff in our district. The brochure includes detailed information about our campuses and programs and will be used to inform key stakeholders and educate our school community. We hope you enjoy the brochure and welcome any feedback you might have. You can view and download the brochure by clicking the headline above or access it via the "About Us" section on the main district page.
School supply list for grades Pre-Kinder through 5th.
There is an increasing concern for rising anxiety in society today. Anxiety is an organized response by which a person senses, evaluates, anticipates, and responds to cues of threat or danger in one’s internal or external environment. The focus of this training will be to learn practical and accessible strategies that can be applied in everyday life and addresses the physical, emotional, and social aspects of anxiety in
today’s youth. Tuesday, April 30th...(Click🔝Headline)
Building students ‘confidence in critical thinking of questioning in grades 3-5 is crucial to capture their mathematical success. Participants will engage in instructional strategies that develop their understanding of questions and learn ways to assist parents in making connections that can help them with their child(ren) at home. Wednesday, April 24th...(Click🔝Headline)
Don't forget to wear PURPLE every Thursday in support of the military child!
Fort Sam Houston Elementary School was represented Saturday at the First Lego League Curiosity Division Championships by our very own team, Chicken Legs. Eshan Khan, Dillon DeMay, Brynnlee Beckstrom, and Anthony Barker, all 4th graders, competed along with 58 teams made up of 4th-8th graders from around south Texas. Each team researched a real-world problem about space travel and were challenged to develop an innovative solution for their team’s problem. The Chicken Legs researched the effect of the lack of gravity on the human body. They also designed, built, and programmed a robot using LEGO Mindstorm technology to compete on a table-top playing field. Thanks Laura Albasini