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What a pleasure it has been to continue to serve as the Student Support Counselor at North Central Elementary. There has yet to be a dull moment, and I have enjoyed every second. It is hard to believe that we have already made it to Quarter 2. Quarter 1 was a learning experience for us all. We have had some highs and lows. Focusing on the highs is what keeps us all aligned with our purpose, and what helps us continue to have the will to meet the needs of our students and families. Meeting the needs of our students and families is never easy, but always worth it. We could not have experienced the small victories of quarter 1 without your help. Quarter 1 is where I learned firsthand how important it is for our families to be involved when it comes to meeting the needs of our students. We thank you for keeping an open mind and trusting us with your most prized possession. Remember, “It takes a village to raise a child”.

Yours in service,

Ms. Wilder

  • Families, please remember all items that have not been claimed by the end of each month will be donated.
  • If you need to add more persons to your Emergency Contacts, come to the Front Office to fill out the form.
  • Physical IDs are REQUIRED in order to pick up students from the front office
  • For early pick-up, the cutout time is 2:15 pm please plan accordingly.
  • Snacks and lunch bags (homemade) deliveries are accepted BEFORE 9:30 am ONLY

Hello SPARKS Families,

While attendance is so important to the success of your student please don’t forget that being on time to school every day is also just as important. School starts at 7:25 am and we start counting tardies at 7:40 am. We have noticed that we have a large number of families coming to school after 8:00 am, please take a look at the chart below that shows the importance of being on time to school every day.




Nida Ahmad, RN

School Nurse

(713) 924-5513


 Notes from our Core Enrichment teachers.


October (like any other month), was a great time to be a SPARK. It brings us all so much joy to see our students participating in our anticipated spirit days. From country day to crazy sock day, to the ever so popular…ASTRO day! Sparks, keep being you! 😊

  • October 31 On this day we will have our annual character day parade, students can dress up as their favorite book character for school.
  • On October 31 we will also have our trunk & treat from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm.
  • On November 2 we will celebrate the day of the dead and students can dress up with bright colors or represent coco movie.
  • On November 3 we will have Coffee with the principal, RSVP to attend.
  • Friday, November 4 is National Jersey Friday, wear your favorite jersey for school.
  • November 7 is Fall Picture Day, please make sure your student is present and on time for the picture.
  • On November 8 there will be NO school.
  • November 9 is Sesame Street Day, represent your favorite sesame street character o wear your favorite sesame street t-shirt.


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