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Glencairn February 2018

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CFISD Continues Growing Collaboration With City Of Houston For See To Succeed Initiative Following a very successful first year, CFISD bussed even more students - approximately 1,600 - to the Berry Center from January 8 th -11 th for free comprehensive eye exams and eyewear provided by the Harris County Health Department’s See to Succeed program. The See to Succeed program partners with several organizations and community volunteers throughout the area to organize weeklong vision clinics for students between the ages of 6 to 18 who have not passed statemandated vision screenings initiated by school nurses. Transporting CFISD students to the clinics presented logistical and scheduling issues, but See to Succeed acquired mobile vision exam equipment. That allowed team members, volunteers and vision professionals to travel and establish more remote locations. And in the case of CFISD, that meant setting up the program at the Berry Center. Approximately 400 students per day were examined and fitted for glasses over the four days at no cost to participating families. Due to the increase, a separate See to Succeed program will be set up at Fiest Elementary School to serve the high demand on that campus. The total increased from the roughly 1,100 students that participated a year ago. Consent forms to participate in the program were sent home via school nurses for those students who failed the vision screenings on campus multiple times or were deemed as needing an examination. According to Bevin Gordon, CFISD’s director for health services, approximately 5,500 students within the district will fail the statemandated vision screening each year. And from those, roughly half would not get a professional eye examination to address the issues. Each day of the four began with eligible students shuttled by CFISD buses to and from their campuses to the Berry Center. Upon arrival, See to Succeed employees and volunteers greeted the students and led them to the auditorium for registration as well as distributing stickers for each to help identify students throughout the day. The process was broken down into stations, including pre-screening rooms and waiting areas, before each student would ultimately visit with an eye doctor. Stations included distance acuity, color, stereo, near point of accommodation and conversion, slit lamp, auto refraction and refraction, optical frame selection, check out and data entry. If a student needed an immediate referral or follow-up consultation, program workers were ready to call parents and guardians. Three urgent cases were caught in the first two days. The entire screening process lasted between 2-4 hours per student. During their time at the Berry Center, students were accompanied by CFISD clinic assistants, who joined them as chaperones. Breakfast and lunch were provided to students by the CFISD nutrition services department to ensure meals were not missed as a result of a student being at the Berry Center. The partnership with CFISD and its personnel made the four-day operation a smooth success, said See to Succeed Manager Patricia Watson. More than 200 employees from Watson’s team joined many volunteers to make the program run as smooth as it does. Participating students will have eyeglasses delivered to their home campuses in roughly four weeks, a part of the process almost more rewarding as helping each student through his or her exam. The See to Succeed program has been in operation from its primary Heights location by the City of Houston Health Department since 2007. Since its start, the program has screened more than 22,000 children and distributed over 19,000 glasses to those in need. See to Succeed program partners include the Houston Department of Health and Human Services, University of Houston, San Jacinto College, Berkeley Eye Center, public and private schools, as well as community volunteers from across the Houston area. For more information, visit See to Succeed at www.HoustonService.org. Community Newsletter | February 2018 LANGHAM CREEK HIGH SCHOOL (L-R): Jacive Siearra, Brisa Cortez, Katherine Leblanc, Lauren Delany, Sieanna Patel and Kennedi Whitaker. LCHS BAILADORA NEWS Congratulations to our new Langham Creek 2017-2018 Bailadora New News for making the team!!! 2 ND ANNUAL LCHS PROJECT PROM CAR SHOW Please come and support our 2 nd Annual LCHS Project Prom Car Show. All Proceeds go towards Project Prom 2018. The event is on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at Langham Creek High School front Parking Lot (corner of FM 529 and Hudson Oaks) and is from 9 AM-1 PM. All vehicles are welcome to register! Pre-Registration begins February 1 st and ends March 2 nd . Pre-Registration is $25/car and $30/car the day of the show. To register visit our website www.lchsprojectprom.com. It is open to the public. Spectators are free. There will be food, music, drawings and trophies for the Top 20. CY-FALLS HIGH SCHOOL 1 ST ANNUAL CY-FALLS HIGH SCHOOL MATTRESS FUNDRAISER Come get a better night’s sleep AND support the 1 st annual Cypress Falls High School Band Booster Club Mattress Fundraiser! We carry quality name brands like Simmons and Beautyrest mattresses priced up to 50% off retail. This is ONE DAY only, so we need your help to SPREAD THE WORD by inviting all of your family and friends! Profits go directly to the Band Booster Club Program! The event is Sunday, February 18 th from 10 AM to 5 PM in the Cypress Falls Commons. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/2BUqJFB. DISCLAIMER: Articles and ads in this newsletter express the opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect to opinions of Krenek Printing Co. or its employees. 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