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Title: Roscoe Wilson Elementary Magnet School 2007 2008 Calendar 2807 25th Street Lubbock, TX 79410 8067660


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Roscoe Wilson ElementaryMagnet School2007
2008 Calendar2807 25th StreetLubbock, TX
79410806-766-0922http//www.lubbockisd.org/Rosco
eWilson/index.htm
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  • Welcome to Roscoe Wilson Magnet Elementary School
    where we are eagerly working towards Lassoing A
    Great Year in 2007-2008!
  • As the Lubbock Independent School District
    celebrates 100 years of Education, we, as
    Wranglers, take pride in our school, where almost
    67 years ago, children and their parents, in what
    used to be southwest Lubbock , watched with eager
    anticipation as the beautiful building was
    completed and opened in January of 1940.  Named
    Roscoe Wilson Elementary School, the building had
    8 classrooms for 270 students.
  • Today well over 400 strong, we cherish the rich,
    history, tradition and diversity of our school
    and what those things bring to our students,
    their families and our community. 
  • We study and honor Mr. Roscoe Wilson by
    remembering and reading about this outstanding
    man who is remembered for his sense of honor,
    absolute unshakable integrity, unbounded love
    for his fellow man, and encouragement and
    unselfishness toward others.  We will speak of
    him often as Wranglers and practice the fine
    qualities that Mr. Wilson is remembered for in
    striving to become better students and citizens
    and exceptional Wranglers.
  • This year we will implement Our Positive Behavior
    Support System, in which we will seek to catch
    all Wranglers wearing their CHAPS.  Symbolizing
    CHARACTER, HONOR, ACHIEVEMENT, PRIDE, SAFETY ,
    SECURITY, and SUCCESS.  We invite all parents to
    join us each day in getting your CHAPS on! 
  • We look forward as a Roscoe Wilson Family in
    learning and working together to Lasso a Great
    Year in 2007-2008! 
  • Go Wranglers!
  • Paula Finney
  • Principal

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August 2007
4
September Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 3 Labor Day
  • 13 Rosh Hashana (Jewish)
  • 13 Ramadan begins (Islamic)
  • 22 Yom Kippur (Jewish)
  • 23 Autumnal equinox
  • 27 First day of Sukkot (Jewish)
  • Special Days
  • 16 Stepfamily Day
  • 17 Citizenship Day
  • 28 Deadline for September Box Top Contest
  • Cookie Ice Cream-a-Rounds
  • (Save the Box Top on the Pillsbury cookie dough
    and bring
  • it to Roscoe Wilson)
  • 1 roll (16.5 oz) Pillsbury Create 'n Bake
    refrigerated chocolate chip cookies
  • ½ cup miniature semisweet chocolate chips or
    candy sprinkles
  • 2 ¼ cups any flavor ice cream, slightly softened
  • 1. Heat oven to 350F. Shape cookie dough into
    18 balls On ungreased cookie sheet, place balls 3
    inches apart.
  • 2. Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until light golden
    brown. Cool 1 minute remove from cookie sheet to
    cooling rack. Cool completely, about 15 minutes.
  • 3.Cut nine 12x9-inch sheets of plastic wrap or
    waxed paper. Place chocolate chips in small
    shallow bowl.
  • 4.For each sandwich, spoon about 1/4 cup ice
    cream onto bottom of 1 cookie. Top with second
    cookie, bottom side down press together gently.
    Roll outer edge of ice cream in chocolate chips.
    Quickly wrap each sandwich in plastic wrap.
    Freeze 3 hours or until firm. For longer storage,
    place wrapped sandwiches in resealable freezer
    plastic bag. Let stand 10 minutes before serving.
    High Altitude (3500-6500 ft) No change.

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September 2007
School Holiday
6
October Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 3 Last day of Sukkot (Jewis
  • 4 Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah (Jewish)
  • 8 Lailat Ul Qadr (Islamic)
  • 9 Leif Erikson Day
  • 13 Eid-al-Fitr (Islamic)
  • Special Days
  • 16 Bosss Day
  • 20 Sweetest Day
  • 30 Last Day to bring Box Tops
  • for the October Box Top Contest
  • (and help Roscoe Wilson earn 1000)
  • HALLOWEEN
  • BLACK CAT COOKIES
  • 1 c. crunchy peanut butter
  • 1/3 c. water
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 pkg. chocolate cake mix
  • M M's (plain)
  • Red hots
  • Beat together peanut butter, eggs, and water.
    Gradually add cake mix. Mix well.
  • Form dough into 1-inch balls. Place on ungreased
    cookie sheet. Flatten balls with bottom of glass
    dipped in sugar.
  • Pinch out 2 ears at top of cookie. Add M M's
    (eyes) and red hots (nose). Press fork into dough
    to form whiskers.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Makes 4 1/2
    dozen.

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October 2007
8
November Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 1 All Saints Day
  • Special Days
  • Child Safety and Protection Month
  • Good Nutrition Month
  • Peanut Butter Lover's Month
  • 2nd Week - National Children's Book Week
  • 3rd Week - American Education Week
  • 1 National Family Literacy Day
  • 6 Election Day
  • 15 Great American Smoke out
  • 28 Mark Twains Birthday
  • When Daddy Carves the Turkey
  • When Daddy carves the turkey, It is really quite
    a sight,
  • I know he tries his hardest, But he never does it
    right.
  • He makes a fancy show of it, Before he starts to
    carve,
  • And stabs in all directions, While we're certain
    that we'll starve.
  • He seems to take forever, As we sit and shake our
    heads,
  • By the time he's finished slicing, He's reduced
    the birds to shreds.
  • He yells as loud as thunder, Just before he's
    finally through
  • For when Daddy carves the turkey, Daddy carves
    his finger too!

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November 2007
10
December Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 2 First Sunday Advent (Christian)
  • 5 First day of Chanukah (Jewish)
  • 12 Last day of Chanukah (Jewish)
  • 20 Eid-al-Adha (Islamic)
  • 22 Winter solstice
  • 25 Christmas Day (Christian)
  • 26 Kwanzaa (until Jan 1)
  • Special Days
  • Read A New Book Month
  • Write To A Friend Month
  • 7 Pearl Harbor Day
  • 28 National Chocolate Day
  • 31 New Years Eve
  • Snowman Rice Crispy Treats
  • A creative snack recipe! Make a snowman using the
    popular crispy rice cereal bar recipe.
  • INGREDIENTS
  • 3 Tbls Butter or Margarine 4 cups Miniature
    Marshmallows 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 4 cups Crispy Rice Cereal Frosting
    Decorating Items (listed below)
  • PREPARATION
  • Melt butter or margarine over low heat in a large
    saucepan or in the microwave in a large bowl. Add
    vanilla and marshmallows. Pop back in the
    microwave for 30 second intervals until
    marshmallow are melted, stir between each
    interval.
  • Or, if making it on the stove, keep over low
    heat, stirring constantly until marshmallows are
    melted. Bend well. Add the crispy rice cereal and
    stir until the cereal is coated.
  • Line a large cookie sheet with wax paper. As soon
    as the marshmallow is cool enough to touch, rub a
    little margarine or butter on your hands and form
    the cereal mixture into balls. Work quickly so
    your rice cereal mixture stays warm.
  • You will need 2 balls for each snowman. Use about
    1 cup of the mixture for the body and 3/4 cup for
    the head balls. Set your larger ball on the wax
    paper lined cookie sheet. Place the small ball on
    top of the larger ball. If necessary, use a dab
    of frosting to help the 2 balls stick together.
  • Now you are ready to decorate your snowman! Use
    frosting to help some items stick to the rice
    cereal balls better. Here are some suggestions
    for items to use to give your snowman facial
    features and more.
  • Raisins (eyes, nose, mouth, buttons, etc.)
    Red Hots (eyes, nose, mouth, buttons, etc.)
  • M and M's (eyes, nose, mouth, buttons, etc.)
    Large Gum Drops (hat)
  • Chocolate Chips (eyes, nose, mouth, buttons,
    etc.) Pretzel Sticks (Arms)
  • Tiny Jelly Beans (eyes, nose, mouth, buttons,
    etc.)
  • Let the snowmen set for a few hours and enjoy!

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December 2007
12
January Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 7 Orthodox Christmas (Orthodox)
  • 10 Muharramn/New Year (Islamic)
  • 14 Orthodox New Year (Orthodox)
  • 21 Martin Luther King Day
  • 22 Tu BShevat (Arbor Day) (Jewish)
  • Special Days
  • National Thank You Month
  • 12 Work Harder Day
  • 13 Rubber Duckies Birthday
  • 24 Belly Laugh Day
  • 25 Opposite Day
  • 31 Backwards Day
  • How to Make a Time Capsule
  • Materials Needed Coffee Can or a Large Jar
    Many Miscellaneous Items
  • InstructionsCreativity is the key here. You are
    going to use the coffee can or a large bottle to
    make a time capsule to hide away. Use paint
    and/or construction paper to decorate the outside
    of the coffee can. You can try to make a special
    design... Confetti and a large 2008 would be fun,
    or how about fireworks, or a clock? One thing for
    sure you should include on the outside of your
    'time capsule' is 2008 to commemorate the new
    year. You probably will want to write a small
    note to whomever might find your time capsule.
    Something along the lines of "Do Not Open Until
    January 1st 2028" or whatever year you choose.
  • Once you are done designing your Time Capsule,
    find some special items to place inside it.
  • Some personal items such as a few pictures would
    be nice. You might also want to include items
    that are popular these days. How about a few
    Pokemon cards or a token of some other hot trend.
    You can clip out a few important news stories
    also. Another fun idea is to record one of your
    favorite songs and place the tape in your time
    capsule. It would also be fun to write a letter
    to whomever finds and opens your time capsule.
    Tell them about yourself, your family, etc.
    Include a picture too, if you can. Can you come
    up with any other fun ideas? Finally, once you
    have your time capsule filled, use glue or tape
    to 'seal' the top closed. Last of all, you need
    to find a safe hiding place for your time
    capsule. Hopefully someplace where no one will
    find it for quite awhile.

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January 2008
14
February Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 5 Shrove Tuesday (Christian)
  • 6 Ash Wednesday (Christian)
  • Special Days
  • Black History Month
  • International Friendship Month
  • 5 Fat Tuesday
  • 8 Boy Scouts Day
  • 11 National Inventors Day
  • 12 Lincolns Birthday
  • 15 Final day for Winter Box Top Contest
  • 17 National Act of Kindness Day
  • 22 Washingtons Birthday
  • 25 Quiet Day
  • Snowflakes
  • Try this creative snack made with tortillas.
  • INGREDIENTS Flour Tortillas, Oil
  • PREPARATION
  • Using the same technique as cutting out paper
    snowflakes, make snowflake shapes out of flour
    tortillas, you may need to warm the tortilla in
    the microwave first to make it more flexible. Put
    a touch of oil in a pan and fry tortilla until it
    is crisp.
  • Top with one or more of these ideas
  • Sprinkle it with powdered sugar.
  • Spread butter on one side of the tortilla.
  • Sprinkle lightly with cinnamon and sugar.
  • Use bologna, turkey, ham, cheese, etc. and make a
    snowflake sandwich.

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February 2008
16
March Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 16 Palm Sunday (Christian)
  • 20 Maundy Thursday (Christian)
  • 20 Prophet's Birthday (Islamic)
  • 20 Vernal equinox
  • 21 Good Friday (Christian)
  • 21 Purim (Jewish)
  • 22 Holy Saturday (Christian)
  • 23 Easter Sunday (Christian)
  • 24 Easter Monday (Christian)
  • Special Days
  • National Craft Month
  • Womens History Month
  • 1 Share a smile Day
  • 2 Dr. Seusss Birthday
  • 12 Girl Scout Day
  • 15 Absolutely Incredible Kids Day
  • 18 Johnny Appleseed Day
  • Home-made Applesauce Recipe
  • Make you own home-made applesauce using this
    recipe.
  • INGREDIENTS
  • 1 quart Apples (peeled and sliced)
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1 tsp. Lemon Juice
  • Cinnamon (optional)
  • PREPARATION
  • Put all the ingredients in a sauce pan and cook
    until tender, about 20 minutes. Mash the mixture
    using a potato masher or an electric mixer until
    it is smooth. Put the applesauce in an airtight
    container and place in the refrigerator to cool.
    Once cool, top with a little cinnamon if you
    like, and enjoy a bowl of fresh applesauce!

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March 2008
18
April Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 20 First day of Passover (Jewish)
  • 27 Orthodox Easter (Orthodox)
  • 27 Last day of Passover (Jewish)
  • Special Days
  • National Humor Month
  • National Mathematics Education Month
  • 1 April Fools Day
  • 6 North Pole Discovered
  • 9 Listening Day
  • 18 Pet Owners Day
  • 26 Hug a Friend Day
  • 27 Tell a Story Day
  • 30 National Honesty Day
  • Math Game
  • Instructions for making a fun math game using an
    empty film container
  • Materials Needed
  • Film Container
  • 10 Beans
  • Paint
  • Misc Items to Decorate Container
  • Instructions
  • Let the kids decorate the film container.
    Possibilities include wigglely eyes and some felt
    to make feet, arms, and a hat. Have available
    lace, material scraps, and other desired craft
    items.
  • Paint the beans with one color on one side and
    the other side with another color. Let the paint
    dry and then place the beans in the film
    container.
  • To play the gamePlace the lid on the container
    or your hand over the top, gently shake up the
    beans, and then dump them out.
  • Separate the beans by color and create an
    addition, subtraction, multiplication, or
    division problem using the given numbers.
    Example 3 red beans 7 blue beans ?.
    Excellent way to practice math. You can also have
    your students estimate how many times a certain
    problem will be rolled out of 10 shakes. Create
    fractions from the bean numbers rolled 4 red
    beans and 6 blue beans 4/6. Can it be reduced?
    Many options with this game!

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April 2008
20
May Days
  • Religious Holidays
  • 1 Ascension Day (Christian)
  • 2 Yom HaShoah (Jewish)
  • 8 Yom HaAtzmaut (Jewish)
  • 11 Pentecost (Christian)
  • 18 Trinity Sunday (Christian)
  • 22 Corpus Christi (Christian)  
  • 23 Lag B'Omer (Jewish)
  • Special Days
  • Get Caught Reading Month, National Bike Month
  • National Hamburger Month, National Smile Month
  • Young Achiever's Month, National Family Month
  • 1 May Day, Mother Goose Day, School
    Principals' Day
  • 3 National Day of Prayer, National Day of
    Reason
  • 5 Cartoonists Day, Join Hands Day
  • 6 No Homework Day
  • 8 No Socks Day, World Red Cross Day
  • 11 Child Care Provider Day, Eat What You Want
    Day
  • Home-Made Bubbles
  • Recipe for making your own blowing bubbles.
  • Materials Needed
  • 1/2 cup dish soap
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • Instructions
  • Mix all 3 ingredients together. Don't stir or
    shake too much! -) Store in a sealed container.
    Experiment with blowing bubbles using different
    items.

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May 2008
22
Summer Birthdays
  • June 5 Christin Allen
  • June 8 Melinda Camp
  • June 14 Liza Sandoval
  • June 24 Hattye Ramsey
  • July 10 Miriam Lockhart
  • July 11 Lena Golden, Katherine Mahan
  • July 17 Linda Stark
  • July 20 Sharon Zumwalt
  • July 24 Amy Rhoads
  • July 25 Angelica Rodriguez

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June July Days
  • June Religious Holidays
  • 9 Shavuot (Jewish)
  • 20 Summer solstice
  • June Special Days
  • Great Outdoors Month
  • 1st Week -- National Fishing Week
  • 4th Week -- National Camping Week
  • 9 Donald Ducks Birthday
  • 12 Magic Day
  • 14 Flag Day
  • 15 Fathers Day
  • 15 Fly a Kite Day
  • 19 Juneteenth Day
  • 21 First Day of Summer
  • July Special Days
  • National Blueberry Month
  • National Hot Dog Month
  • National Ice Cream Month
  • National Picnic Month
  • National Recreation Month
  • 1 National Postal Worker Day
  • 4 American Independence Day
  • 7 Macaroni Day
  • 8 Video Games Day
  • 13 National French Fries Day
  • 27 Parents Day

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2007-2008 School Year CalendarAt A Glance
  • 2007
  • 8/27 First Day of Class
  • 9/3 Labor Day, no classes
  • 9/7 50s Day 1, 3 5 Lunch
  • 9/14 16 de septiembre celebration
  • 9/28 Western Day K, 2 4 Lunch
  • 10/1 Cookie Dough Sale Begins
  • 10/2 Skate Night
  • 10/15 Cookie Dough Sale Ends
  • 10/19 1200 Dismissal
  • 10/20 Fall Festival
  • 10/30 Cookie Dough Delivery
  • 11/6 Skate Night
  • 11/19 Thanksgiving Lunch K, 2 4
  • 11/20 300 Dismissal
  • 11/21 11/23 Thanksgiving Break
  • 12/4 Skate Night
  • 12/6 Story Teller
  • 12/10 12/14 Book Fair

2008 1/1 1/4 Holiday Break 1/8
Skate Night 2/5 Skate Night 2/29 Student
Holiday 3/3 TAKS, Reading (3 5), Writing
(4) 3/4 -- Skate Night 3/12 Square 1 Art
Begins 3/17 3/21 Spring Break 3/31 Square 1
Art Ends 4/1 Skate Night 4/8 TAKS, Math
(5) 4/25 Student Holiday (snow makeup) 4/29
TAKS, Math (3 4) 4/30 TAKS, Reading (4) 5/1
TAKS, Science (5) 5/6 Skate Night 5/16 Buddy
Field Day 5/26 Memorial Day, no classes 5/28
1200 Dismissal 5/29 1200 Dismissal 5/29
Last Day of School 5/30 Campus Day (snow
makeup)
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