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NATIONAL DAYS IN AUGUST
Did you know that every month has some sort of National Day, week
or even the whole month is a National month? Some could be used to
plan a fun day with the family or create a project for the kids on a rainy
afternoon or maybe just start an interesting discussion! Here is a partial
list (there are many more) of what we found for the month of August:
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of jobs you want on your form. Please make sure your email is correct,
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and that you want to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you
after 3 tries, we will remove you from the list until we do. Must have
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August 3 rd : National Watermelon Day
August 4 th : National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
August 5 th : National Underwear Day
August 6 th : National Root Beer Float Day
August 7 th : Purple Heart Day
August 8 th : National Happiness Happens Day
August 9 th : National Book Lovers Day
August 10 th : National Lazy Day
August 11 th : National Son’s and Daughter’s Day
August 12 th : National Vinyl Record Day
August 13 th : National Left-Handers Day
August 14 th : National Creamsicle Day
August 15 th : National Lemon Meringue Pie Day
August 16 th : National Tell a Joke Day
August 17 th : National I Love My Feet Day!
August 18 th : National Ice Cream Pie Day
August 19 th : National Aviation Day
August 20 th : National Radio Day
August 21 st : National Spumoni Day
August 22 nd : National Tooth Fairy Day
August 23 rd : National Ride The Wind Day
August 24 th : National Peach Pie Day
August 25 th : National Kiss and Make Up Day
August 26 th : National Dog Day
August 27 th : National Just Because Day
August 28 th : National Cherry Turnovers Day
August 29 th : National Chop Suey Day
August 30 th : National Grief Awareness Day
August 31 st : National Matchmaker Day
AUGUST MONTHLY OBSERVATIONS
National Wellness Month, Family Fun Month, National Catfish Month,
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National Water Quality Month, Romance Awareness Month, National
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FAMILY FUN MONTH
Each year, Family Fun Month is celebrated throughout the month of August. It is the
opportune time to enjoy family with extra fun and activities. Make some time this
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• Day trip to the zoo
• Day at the park
• Make a talent show
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH
The CFISD Board of Trustees approved the recommendation to modify
the 2020-2021 instructional calendar during a special-called meeting on
The newly approved calendar pushes back the first day of instruction
to Tuesday, Sept. 8. The later start date allows the district more time
to monitor and evaluate the current health conditions in Harris County
related to COVID-19. Additionally, with the recent authorization of the
district to implement 1:1 technology for students, the delayed start date
will provide more time for the district to distribute Chromebooks and
internet devices to students with a demonstrated need.
Other changes include the modification of professional development
days for teachers and a return to duty of Friday, Aug. 14.
The last day of school is scheduled for June 3; however, weekdays from
June 7-30 are reserved as closure make-up days in case additional days
are needed as a result of COVID-19 or other natural disasters.
To download the 2020-2021 school calendar, visit the CFISD website at
BOARD APPROVES PURCHASE OF
CHROMEBOOKS, INTERNET ACCESS TO SUPPORT
1:1 TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION FOR ALL STUDENTS
The CFISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted in favor of authorizing
the superintendent to approve the purchase of portable electronic
devices for students, LTE internet access for students and other items
needed to support a one-to-one solution through the Department of
Information Resources (DIR) purchasing cooperative at an amount not to
exceed $44 million during a special-called meeting on July 7 th .
The purchase will support CFISD LTE 1:1 (Learning Together Everywhere),
which provides every student with an electronic device to support
quality instruction and resources. The program allows CFISD to meet
the needs of all students by providing appropriate teacher-directed
instruction, including real-time live virtual instruction as outlined in the
Texas Education Agency’s Strong Start 2020-21 plan.
“All of our students need quality instruction from their teachers,” said Dr.
Linda Macias, CFISD chief academic officer. “While nothing can replace
effective face-to-face instruction with a teacher, ensuring all students
have a Chromebook and internet access will allow them to receive
remote instruction that is teacher-directed and includes live virtual
instruction through the CFISD Connect platform. This will allow students
to be actively engaged in their learning while connecting with their
teachers and classmates.”
CFISD LTE 1:1 will function in two parts: Chromebooks featuring built-in
cameras, microphones and external protective cases; and internet access.
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Devices will be managed through inventory systems, with accidental
damage protection and CFISD technicians will be available for repairs.
Safety layers will prevent unauthorized downloads, while a content filter
will be installed on all devices in compliance with the Children Internet
Protection Act. Each device also features a comprehensive reporting
and alerting system for Chromebooks, which facilitates locating and
recovering misplaced devices.
Internet access will be made available for students in households
indicating a need through mobile hotspots. In addition, CFISD is piloting
a program to broaden its reach by installing WiFi on buses.
The CFISD LTE 1:1 website (www.cfisd.net/lte) will provide parents and
students information on internet filtering, digital citizenship, device care,
technical support and additional online resources, including handbook
and guidelines for use, return process and reporting a device lost or
Technology services team members will work collaboratively with school
leadership and the curriculum and instruction departments to distribute
devices to students and identify households in need of internet access.
“By providing a device for every student, we believe that the district is
taking a significant step to ensure that our students are positioned for
success,” said Karen Smith, CFISD chief financial officer. “The CFISD LTE 1:1
program ties Schoology and CFISD Connect together to complete a high
quality instructional program. This program positions our students to be
successful in all learning environments.”
The goal is to distribute devices prior to the first day of school (September
8 th ), though availability may ultimately determine the schedule for
DR. KAYNE SMITH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF THE
TEXAS ASSOCIATION FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION
Dr. Kayne Smith, CFISD director of transportation, was recently appointed
president of the Texas Association for Pupil Transportation (TAPT) in
conjunction with the association’s 2020 virtual awards ceremony. Smith
will serve as TAPT’s 48th president and lead the executive committee for
the 2020-2021 term.
A TAPT executive committee member the past three years, Smith leads
one of the largest affiliate organizations to the National Association of
Pupil Transportation in helping facilitate networking and educational
opportunities. He served as parliamentarian for two years before serving
as president-elect for the 2019-2020 term. In addition, Smith has served
as the legislative committee chairperson since 2015.
“It was an honor to be elected as President of the Texas Association for
Pupil Transportation for 2020-2021,” Smith said. “I am excited to be able to
serve the countless school bus drivers, attendants, technicians, directors
and other staff members across the state whose purpose is to provide
a safe and healthy transportation service to the students of Texas. I am
deeply grateful for the support and encouragement from CFISD and my
team in transportation.”
The TAPT was formed in 1972 and held its first conference the next year.
A professional certification program was started in 1991 with class topics
including personnel management, student safety, operations, vehicle
maintenance and budgeting and reporting. In addition, TAPT offers
scholarship opportunities for students and adult members and contests
to promote safety of school bus transportation.
Smith returned to CFISD as the director of transportation in September 2018
after starting in 2014 as an area director at the Telge Transportation Center
and then as an assistant director of human resources for the transportation
department. He received his TAPT certification in 2008 and has served as an
instructor in numerous professional development courses.
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It’s summertime and that means it’s time to get out the camping gear, fishing
poles and sun screen! There’s no better way to relax than to sit outside of the
tent you just set up and breathe in.
SAM HOUSTON NATIONAL PARK: NEW WAVERLY, TX
This gorgeous national park offers tent pads, picnic tables, parking spurs
for trailers, lantern posts, grills, potable water, and toilets. Hiking is very
popular in the spring when the climate is milder. Water activities get
going in the summer on Double Lake with canoes and paddleboats that
can be rented from the park. Deer is the most popular game animal in the
Sam Houston National Forest, with squirrels second. Quail and dove are
found around newly regenerated timberland. For the water sportsman,
fishing and duck hunting can be enjoyed on area lakes and streams.
BRAZOS BEND: NEEDVILLE, TX
This park has got plenty of options for activities during your stay. Lots
of trails, some of which are even wheelchair friendly, wind through the
woods and bring you to the water’s edge of the lake. Just make sure you’ve
brushed up on your alligator safety because they’re not uncommon in
certain areas of the park. Aside from walking or biking the trails, there’s
also the option of horseback riding on one of the multiuse trails.
LAKE CONROE KOA: MONTGOMERY, TX
Here’s a KOA that’s got your back this weekend if you’re trying to relax
to the max. Bring your RV here, up to 80’ and enjoy the cable tv, wifi,
hookups and pools to lounge in all day. If you haven’t got an RV, don’t
feel left out! You can stay in one of the 35 cabins that have bathrooms and
a full kitchen. Tent campers are welcome as well. Visitors can explore the
area and find the nearby golf course, restaurants and the lake has plenty
of recreational activities.
GALVESTON ISLAND STATE PARK: GALVESTON, TX
This park is a freaking island, so as far as camping goes you really can’t
go wrong with this option. There is hiking, biking, fishing, bird watching
and lots more. One of the many things that make this island campground
unique is the paddle trails they boast. Though, if you decide to go on these,
you’ll need to bring your own canoe or kayak because they don’t rent them
out. Outside the campground, there is an educational theme park called
Moody Gardens. Bring the kids along and there’ll be plenty of nature for
people of various interests to enjoy and participate in during the stay.
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE PARK: SAN FELIPE, TX
This lovely State Park has six miles of hiking trails that are open to bikers
as well. Campsites have full hookups and some sites even hold up to 60
people. Stephen F. Austin State Park also holds events for youth over the
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summer. Nearby attractions include but are not limited to: a neighboring
golf course, a beautiful riverbank to fish from and the San Felipe de
HUNTSVILLE STATE PARK: HUNTSVILLE, TX
Here’s a State Park full of relaxation. You can go and unwind in the shade
of the trees and go fishing from one of the fishing piers or off your boat
or canoe. There are watercraft for rent including paddleboats, canoes and
kayaks. There’s even a bird blind to enjoy watching the local feathered
friends who flit about the forest.
SEA RIM STATE PARK: SABINE PASS, TX
This park has 4,000 acres of marsh and a boardwalk going through so you
can enjoy without getting your feet wet. Campers, cabin-dwellers and
RV-goers all have a place here at Sea Rim State Park. Feel free to fish from
the boardwalk or explore with your rented or own canoe or kayak. Sea
Rim also has the option to explore its grounds from home via their virtual
tour of the trails map.
NORTHLAKE RV RESORT: HOUSTON, TX
Come to Northlake RV Resort if you’re looking for a nice and relaxing place
to kick your feet up and breathe deeply. This resort has got a massive list of
amenities so it’s ridiculous to try to write them all here, but if you’re interested
you should definitely check out their website. Some of the best aspects of
this resort are the park-wide wifi, the stocked fishing lakes and the fire pits.
This place allows for extended stays and weekend trips, so regardless of your
plans you’ll definitely have plenty of options right next to home!
TRADERS VILLAGE RV RESORT:
Traders Village is a short drive for you and a wonderful place to stay. The
electric and water hookups are free, there is a pool for swimming, and
there’s wifi. Bring your picnic supplies so you can eat outside at the picnic
tables while enjoying the weather. You’re welcome to lounge around
and enjoy relaxing or you can go next door to the flea market that hosts
events and activities for visitors.
ALLSTAR RV RESORT: HOUSTON, TX
At AllStar RV Resort, they’ve got anything you could need while camping
in your RV and more. If you’ve got yourself a Fido who wanders himself
into a smelly situation, there’s a dog washing station here for your (and
your nose’s) convenience. Take advantage of the swimming pool, the
computer room, the recreation room and more. There’s also a stadium
nearby for baseball fans to watch their games.
ESCAPE THE PAVEMENT: HOUSTON, TX
There are actually two camping sites associated with Escape the Pavement
near Houston. There are four aspects to Escape the Pavement: Heyne
Ranch, Lake Houston Wilderness Park, Blackwood Land Institute and Big
Thicket National Preserve. It’s actually super great, because no matter
your flavor preference of outdoors experience, this place has got you. One
is a ranch for you and your horse to enjoy pastures, rivers and wooded
trails; perfect for a day trip. You’ll also love the bonfires on the beach! One
of their campgrounds has over 4,000 acres of forest and a creek that you
can go ahead and explore the trails winding around through it on your
horse, bike or on foot. The other area available for camping is restricted to
primitive camping only because it is located on a preserve. Lastly, the land
institute is a great educational place for kids and adults alike. Check out
their website if any of these interest you and start planning a trip!
LAKE SOMERVILLE: SOMERVILLE, TX
The campground and park are also full of opportunities for fun in the sun.
Water activities like swimming, skiing, fishing, and the likes are all great
ideas on Lake Somerville. There are picnic areas for campers or day hikers
to sit, enjoy the view, and munch on their sandwiches. Birdwatching,
volleyball, hiking and horseback riding are popular pass times. Overall,
this is a wonderful place to relax and play in the great outdoors.
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SHELDON LAKE STATE PARK: HOUSTON, TX
Sheldon Lake State Park is open to fishing and wildlife observation. You’re
welcome to take your boat out for a ride or fish off the banks, so long as
you’re wary of the alligators inhabiting the park. The learning center has
tons of activities for the kids that you can sign up for and enjoy. Some
of these activities are more hands-on, like catch and release fishing
and some are visual demonstrations like green building technologies
or smart wildscape demonstrations for gardening and using beautiful
BASTROP STATE PARK: BASTROP, TX
A forest with a history and personality, the Lost Pines located on Bastrop
State Park used to be a luscious and well-groomed forest before being
damaged by floods and fires. Now, the forest’s recovery is just as beautiful
a sight. The story itself is a perfect reason to visit, but Bastrop also has
swimming, biking, hiking and geocaching as an incentive. If you’re
looking to exploring the surrounding area, Bastrop also has museums
and restaurants to check out on your vacation!
BUESCHER STATE PARK: SMITHVILLE, TX
Experienced bicyclists looking for a challenge will enjoy the bike trails
here at Buescher State Park. This park connects with Bastrop State Park via
a paved road with great views of the area. Unfortunately, there is currently
no swimming in this park, but if you adventure the short commute to the
nearby Bastrop you’ll find a nice swimming pool for visitors like yourself.
Lastly, if you’re hankering to float along in a tandem kayak or a canoe, you
can do so through rental at Buescher State Park.
LOCKHART STATE PARK: SMITHVILLE, TX
This park has a pool, grounds for camping, trails to hike and a nine-hole
golf course among many other things that allow you to get active! If you
want to go fishing but don’t want to lug around your equipment, you’re
in luck! The park has fishing equipment available for guests to use during
their stay. If you’re looking to have a gathering of people for a family or
church event, there is a Group Recreation Hall that also has a kitchen
capable of holding up to 75 people at once.
LAKE LIVINGSTON: LIVINGSTON, TX
If you’re looking for a beautiful place to host a family reunion, try looking
here! Campsites have full hookups and there are rentable screen shelters
as well. As long as you’re wary of the alligators that dwell in the area,
visitors can enjoy camping, hiking, birding, swimming, and biking. On
your way in and out you can stop at the souvenir shop that sells treats
LAKE LIVINGSTON KOA: ONALASKA, KOA
Here’s a popular KOA that you’ll probably need to make a reservation for
ahead of time to ensure you get yourself a spot for the night. There is
a beautiful pool with lounge chairs for you to relax and sink into while
soaking in the sun. Your kids will enjoy the playground. If you love
enjoying the great outdoors and its many inhabitants, there is a local bald
eagle named Eddie who supposedly flies around the area frequently.
There is also fishing, a pavilion to admire the scenery in, and is known for
the sunset views.
VILLAGE CREEK STATE PARK: LUMBERTON, TX
Campers interested in sleeping in tents, RVs or cabins are welcome here.
You’ll be able to go swimming, fishing, biking, hiking and more with your
friends and family. If you prefer to learn about your surroundings and its
history rather than being emerged in the real deal, there are programs
and museums aplenty for you to observe and glean information from
during your stay.
PALMETTO STATE PARK: GONZALES, TX
This little oasis has a multitude of thirsty plants that cannot live in other
areas due to the lack of water. The park is named for the dwarf palmettos
that grow beneath the trees. As a visitor, you can also enjoy the copious
amounts of flowing and stagnant water by swimming, tubing, fishing
and canoeing. Those interested in keeping dry will enjoy bird watching,
hiking, geocaching or staring at the dwarf palmettos.
VICTORIA COLETO CREEK LAKE KOA: VICTORIA, TX
Come to this RV and tent camping site to enjoy the lovely wildflowers,
scattered oaks, birds and other wildlife. There is a pond with catfish that you
can relax on the edge of while fishing and other areas for freshwater fishing.
The winters are not as frigid as up north, so you can always count on decent
weather should you decide to vacation here! There are plenty of places in the
area for you to check out, making it perfect for both short or extended stays.
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Garden Tips For August
• Time now to make plans for fall landscaping projects.
• Clean up flowerbeds of fallen foliage, yellowed leaves and dead wood.
Light green leaves may signify lack of iron (chlorosis). Correct with iron
• Cut off old dead foliage on irises. Scratch in a little bone meal around
• Prune roses to reshape and groom plants for fall growth.
• Wait until November to plant petunias and pansies.
• Chinch bug damage is obvious now. You will have areas of thin and/
or dead turf where they weren’t brought under control. There is a new
generation going now. This batch causes the most damage. Use Dursban
to stop the damage.
• Until the weather gets back to the 80’s, St. Augustine grass grows slowly.
If you fill in with sod, don’t expect a fast turnaround. The sod may look
like it’s not growing while it puts down roots. You will need to water the
new sod often and deeply to get it started but this also creates a disease
environment. Water early so the sun can dry the turf.
• Now is a good time to work new beds. Till them up, add organic material,
mix it in, then let them cure for a month or so. Add in any amendments
like micro-nutrients. Keep the beds moist so the microorganisms have a
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