Floresville North Elementary School

Character - Knowledge - Confidence

Upcoming Events

3rd - 5th Grade Field Day
Date: 5/27/2015
Location: FHS- Eschenburg Field
GT Fair Presentations
Date: 5/28/2015
Location: FNES Library
Think College Thursday
Date: 5/28/2015
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FNES Head Start/Pre-K & Kinder registration: Monday-Thursday, April 27th-May 28th, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM ~ Floresville North Elementary School ~ FISD is now part of the Stay Alert family. If you notice suspicious behavior, report it! Call or Text: 1-206-406-6485 | e-mail: report@stayalert.info

News and Announcements

2015-2016 FNES Head Start/Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten Registration
FNES will be accepting Head Start/Pre-K and Kinder applications for the 2015-2016 school year. We will be accepting walk-in applications from Monday ‒ Thursday, starting April 27th through May 28th. Walk-ins are welcome to come by from 8:00 AM ‒ 12:00 PM. Students entering FISD for the first time are required to furnish the following:
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of Residency (utility receipt from the light, water, or gas company) or Wilson County Appraisal District
  • Parent/Guardian Photo ID
  • Current Custody Documentation (if applicable)
  • Proof of Income (2 most current paycheck stubs, verification of SNAP/TANF or current Medicaid Card or Active Military documentation) ← Head Start & Pre-K only
Head Start documentation for proof of income must include:
  • Current W-2, Form 1099, written letter from employer, bank statement, TANF, or SSI
  • Child Support payments must be reported as income
Children must be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1st, 2015 to be eligible for the 3-year-old or 4-year-old PK program. Children must be 5-years-old on or before September 1st, 2015 to be eligible for Kindergarten.
Innovation at Work Video Gallery
At Floresville North Elementary, we have an open-door policy when it comes to best teaching practices. All of our teachers have strengths that create multiple and meaningful learning opportunities for our students. We use research-based strategies to make each lesson rigorous and relevant. Still, some lessons stand out as extraordinarily engaging for our students, whether it's through the use of cutting-edge technology, inventive classroom materials, or creative instructional methods. Please browse our Innovation at Work Video Gallery to peek inside the innovative classrooms at FNES.
Pearson Online Math Textbook
The login portal for Pearson's online math textbook can be found HERE. Please see your child's math teacher for their username and password.
Carline, Car Tags, and Walk Ups
Parents and Guardians, if you are not in a vehicle in car line with an FNES car tag, you will be required to report to the office for security purposes to get your child.
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Our Story

The Butterflies Hatched!

The Butterflies Hatched! Mrs. Smith's Kindergarten class researched butterflies. They ordered the larva (caterpillars) and got to see them turn to chrysalises and finally hatch! They saw them use their proboscis to eat the food they had put out. This was so exciting for the Kindergartners!
Technology in the Classroom

Technology in the Classroom In Mrs. Naranjo's 5th Grade Math Classes, kids are using their tech devices to time activity station for data collection in math to create, analyze and compare bar graphs and frequency tables. They get so excited using their own tech, even something as simple as a timer on their phones or tablet (they are even sharing their devices when it's another person's turn to time the event).
FNES Dual Language Field Trip

FNES Dual Language Field Trip Floresville North Elementary Dual Language classes went to the Guadalupe Cultural Center in San Antonio to learn a traditional Mexican dance and then observed the Guadalupe Cultural Center dancer perform.
National School Counseling Week

National School Counseling Week North Elementary staff celebrated National School Counseling Week by honoring Karissa Jarzombek with cake and refreshments. Thank you, Mrs. Jarzombek, for all you do for our students! ♥
Groundhog Day Shadow Study

Groundhog Day Shadow Study In Mrs. Gauna's 4th Grade science class, students collected and analyzed data in order to identify sequences and predict patterns of change in shadows. They connected this study with Groundhog Day, wherein students went outside to see and measure their shadows. They collected this data three times: morning, noon, and afternoon, in order to analyze the data for sequences and patterns of change. Mrs. Gauna was happy this lesson fell on Groundhog Day, as she was able to incorporate something fun with their learning!
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