Stone Gate January 2021

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NEW GATE INFORMATION & FORM •

BILLING STATEMENTS DELAYED •

HOW TO PAY •

GINGERBREAD HOUSE PHOTOS •

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S-G OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ONSITE OFFICES & IMPORTANT NUMBERS

ASSOCIATION’S MANAGEMENT COMPANY

CONTACT INFO

Principal Management Group of Houston (PMG) has been

contracted by the Board of Directors to manage the day-today

activities of the community.

In order to contact the community’s Board of Directors or

if residents have concerns, questions about their account

or deed restriction violations to report, please put the

information in writing and send via email to your onsite

office in your section.

TO CONTACT THE BOARD:

Principal Management Group of Houston

11000 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 150

Houston, TX 77041

713-329-7100

STONE GATE OFFICE (SG)

11655 Canyon Green Dr., Houston, TX 77095

PH: 281-304-7448 • Email: stonegaterec@att.net

Hours: Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri/Sat: 9 AM-5 PM

Thurs: 11 AM-7 PM / Sun: closed

CANYON LAKES WEST OFFICE (CLW)

19722 Stanton Lake Dr., Cypress, TX 77433

PH: 281-855-0984 • Email: canyonlakeswest@att.net

Hours: Tues/Thurs/Fri/Sat: 9 AM-5 PM

Wed: 11 AM-7 PM / Sun/Mon: closed

MIRAMESA OFFICE (MM)

20150 Miramesa Dr., Cypress, TX 77433

PH: 832-698-4490

Email: miramesarec@outlook.com

Hours: Wed/Thurs/Fri/Sat: - 9 AM-5 PM

Tues: 11 AM-7 PM / Sun/Mon: closed

SG SPLASHPAD TEXAS (SGSP)

9901 Red Rugosa, Houston, TX 77095

PH: 281-304-7448

Email: stonegaterec@att.net

NOTE: Please visit or contact the Stone Gate

office for assistance.

CLW SPLASH PAD AT THE GROVE (CLWSP)

20526 Morrison Grove Drive, Cypress, TX

77433

PH: 281-855-0984 Email: canyonlakeswest@att.net

NOTE: Please visit or contact the Canyon

Lakes West office for assistance.

GATE ATTENDANTS

Stone Gate

11755 Canyon Green Dr 281-256-3620

Canyon Lakes West

8212 Canyon Lakes Manor Dr. 281-858-6100

AMENITY ACCESS - Stone Gate, Canyon Lakes, Canyon Lakes Village, Canyon Lakes West and Miramesa are in the same homeowner’s association,

S-G Owners Association. All residents are welcome to use the amenities at all locations. To sign up for Stone Gate amenities, residents of Canyon

Lakes West and/or Miramesa must go to the Recreation Center at Stone Gate and show them a copy of their driver’s license to show proof of

residency and then they can register there. The two recreation centers are on different computer systems and in order to use the Stone Gate

amenities, residents must sign up on their system and vice versa. Canyon Lakes West and Miramesa are on the same computer system, so you

only have to sign up at one or the other, not both.

TRASH/WATER

WCA Waste 281-368-8397

Remington MUD #1 281-579-4500

Tax Office/ MUD #165 713-932-9011

H2O Consulting/MUD #165 281-861-6215

ROVING PATROL

PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION & INVESTIGATIONS

Patrol Phone: 832-243-8206

EMERGENCY 911

Non-Emergency: Stone Gate Residents

(Sheriff’s office) 713-221-6000

Non-Emergency: Miramesa/Canyon Lakes

West

Constable Precinct 5 281-463-6666

Cy-Fair VFD 281-550-6663

Department of Public Safety (DPS) 281-232-4334

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Woodard Elementary School 281-373-2303

Aragon Middle School 281-856-5100

Arnold Middle School 281-897-4700

Hopper Middle School 281-463-5353

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BILLING STATEMENTS DELAYED

Attention Residents! Please be advised that the annual billing statements

for the 2021 year have been delayed due to the recent separation of the

Association that occurred on November 25, 2020.

Our management team is working diligently to complete the

administrative side of the process. Once completed, we will process the

2021 annual billing and mail the statements as quickly as possible.

The Board of Directors has agreed to extend the deadline as a courtesy to

February 27, 2021 while we are working on this separation.

As a reminder the assessments/fees will remain the same for both

associations.

o Member Assessment = $940.00

o Gated Neighborhood Fee = $200.00

o BDS Internet Service = $406.00 (Canyon Lakes West and Miramesa

ONLY-excludes Pine Creek)

o BDS Alarm Monitoring = $222.00 (Canyon Lakes West, Miramesa and

Pine Creek Only)

In the next few weeks there will be a temporary period of approximately

two (2) to three (3) weeks TownSq will not be available for online

payments.

It is very important that when you receive your annual statement that

you pay close attention to our account number as the owners that are in

SG-II Owners Association, Inc., will have new account numbers and will

be required to register for TownSq again. We encourage all residents to

make sure that your property address is on your payment if mailed.

All homeowners are encouraged to submit payments now, please see the

attached letter with additional details. Thank you

Sincerely, Board of Directors

IMPORTANT BILLING INFORMATION FOR 2021

Dear Homeowners,

The Board of Directors has worked diligently reviewing the 2020 expenses

and anticipated 2021 expenses for the operation of the Association. In

doing so the Board of Directors has agreed that the annual assessment

rate will remain the same at $940.00, effective January 1, 2021. There

may be additional fees for gates or bulk digital services (AT&T Internet

and Entouch Alarm Monitoring) depending on which section of the

Association your home is located, please refer to your annual statement.

The 2021 annual assessment is due on January 1st and must be received

and posted to your account no later than February 27, 2021 to avoid any

late fees or other penalties. Please be advised that due to the COVID-19

pandemic payments will no longer be accepted at the onsite office.

Owners can pay online through the TownSq mobile app/website or mail

payments, see details below.

ONLINE PAYMENTS: The fastest method to pay your assessment is online

via E-Check or Credit Card using the TownSq mobile app and website

at https://app.townsq.io/login. If you have not registered for access to

TownSq, you will need your account number (without the dashes) and

your zip code to register.

MAIL PAYMENTS: Owners can also mail payments to the address listed

on your statement which is P.O. Box 3157, Houston, Texas 77253-3157.

Please be sure that your account number and/or property address is

listed on your personal check, money order or cashier’s check. If you mail

payment to any other address than what has been provided above it will

delay the processing of your payment and you will incur additional late

fees, interest or other penalties. Please remember to allow ample time for

USPS to pick up and deliver your payment as well as time for processing

of your payment. THE ASSOCIATION DOES NOT ACCEPT THE POSTAGE

DATE AS THE DATE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.

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PAYMENT PLANS: If you would like to set up a payment plan for your 2021

assessments, please contact the on-site offices beginning December

3, 2020 and a member of the management team can assist you.

Homeowners are required to contact management to set up a payment

plan and the minimum $300.00 down payment must be received/

deposited and posted to your account on or before the end of business

on February 27, 2021.

Your account is NOT on an approved payment plan until you contact

management and have returned the signed agreement along with

the receipt of the $300.00 down payment. If you have any changes to

your payment plan, such as changing your bank account or credit card

information, to update the credit card expiration date, etc. you must

make these changes through TownSq. All payment plans must be paid

in FULL by June 30, 2021.

LATE FEES & PENALTIES: If payment is not received and posted to your

account on or before February 27, 2021 a late fee of $100.00 will be

automatically charged on February 28, 2021 and monthly late interest

will start to be added to your account beginning March 15, 2021.

In addition, all delinquent accounts will incur a $20.00 handling fee

monthly, beginning March 15, 2021.

DELINQUENT COLLECTIONS: Collection proceedings shall include

property title search, reporting of your delinquent account to the credit

bureau, filing of a lien against your property, and/or the referral of your

account to the Association attorney for further actions, additional fees

will apply. If your account is currently in collections with the attorney,

and you have established a payment plan for your existing delinquent

balance, please remember to contact their office to add your 2021

assessments to your existing payment plan.

Please be advised that notification of the 2021 Associations’ Board

meetings will be posted to the community website as well as email

alerts sent through the TownSq mobile app and website. It is important

that owners register for both community website; https://app.townsq.

io/login. Once you are registered you can access your account, receive

alerts and updates and find many important documents and information

about the community.

Please watch for these alerts and notices to stay informed about the

Associations’ open Board meetings as you are welcome to attend during

the open sessions. During the open session, owners can address the

Board regarding association business.

After the conclusion of the owner open forum the Board will immediately

enter an open session of normal Board meeting business. The Board will

conclude the open session and residents will be excused to allow the

Board to begin executive session to discuss items such as delinquencies,

violations and any other legal matters. If you wish to speak privately

to the IMPORTANT BILLING INFORMATION FOR 2021 Board during the

executive session meetings, please submit your request in writing to

management a minimum of seven (7) business days prior to the meeting

and provide a description of the topic(s) you would like to discuss with

the Board.

Please feel free to contact the onsite management team during regular

business hours should you have any questions or comments regarding

your account or other association related matters, see below contact

information for each location.

Stone Gate Phone: 281-304-7448

Canyon Lakes West Phone: 281-855-0984

Miramesa Phone: 832-698-4490

PMG Management Phone: 713-329-7100

Sincerely,

Board of Directors

January 2021 | Stone Gate


TOWN SQ - HOW TO SIGN UP

We will be sending important community updates, event information

and other announcements through the TownSq app. We encourage you

to please download the app to stay up to date with the community.

TownSq - a new all-in-one mobile app designated to help you connect,

collaborate and stay up-to-date on any device. Meet your neighbors,

manage your account and access the resources you need for better

community living.

TownSq is the preferred method of communication for anything related

to the community association and your account.

FREE exclusively to Associa communities, download the app and register

now to:

• Easily communicate with neighbors, Board members and management

• Manage your account

• Get up-to-date community news and events

• Request and review status of service inquiries

• Participate in community polls

• Reserve common areas and amenities

• And more

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Register using your Account ID and Zip Code https://app.townsq.io/

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FRIENDLY REMINDER:

KEEP OUR LAKES CLEAN! Please help us keep our community beautiful by

NOT THROWING trash and debris into the lakes. In addition, there is NO

SWIMMING, BOATING OR FISHING in the LAKES.

PLEASE BE OBSERVANT OF

POSTED TRAFFIC SIGNS, SPEED AND GATES

Please respect the posted traffic speeds and stop signs in our community.

They are here to make our community a safe and pleasant place to live.

With the pleasant weather, our children are out enjoying our amenities.

Use extra caution when driving near our parks and community pools.

Please also use the correct side of the gates for entry and exit.

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S-G OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. GATE AND ACCESS CONTROL REGISTRATION FORM

***IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR EVERY RESIDENT – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY***

Attention Residents!

Please be advised that the Board recently came to an agreement to change vendors for gate/camera maintenance and the

new vendor started in November.

Unfortunately, we have an urgent concern with the gate telephone entry callboxes and the Board is close to finding a resolution.

Our gate telephone entry callboxes are failing and needs a complete upgrade. The existing system is no longer in

production and parts for repairs have become increasingly difficult to find. Some of the gate entry callboxes have stopped

working and is why we have gates that remain open.

The other concern is that the computer that stores the database for the entire gate system failed and had to be replaced. We

lost the data for all 24 gates on the Stone Gate and Canyon Lakes at Stone Gate side of the community and need to rebuild

the entire database. While we work towards rebuilding, we are not able to add any new data to the individual gate callboxes

as it will overwrite the existing data that is still working for many of our entrances. The onsite team will be required to re-enter

the data for every single resident into their specific gate before they can upload.

This presents an opportunity for us to ensure that we have the most current information from you in our system. We are requiring

every resident that lives in a gated section to complete the attached form and return it at your earliest convenience.

Residents can also complete the form online at https://forms.gle/ju5TkzvaCz9royvt8

The Board continues to research their different options to replace the gate telephone entry callboxes that will best suit our

needs for the next 10-20 years. An announcement will be made once they come to an agreement.

We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Thank you

Sincerely,

Board of Directors

S-G Owners Association, Inc.

10710 Barker Cypress

(about one mile south of Hwy. 290 in the

HSE Medical Parking Lot)

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S-G OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

Gate and Access Control Registration Form

Please complete this form in its entirety and submit to SGOAccess@gmail.com so we can update our database. If you need

assistance, please contact to management team at the onsite offices below;

Stone Gate Clubhouse: 11655 Canyon Green Drive, Houston, Texas 77095 - Phone: 281-304-7448

• Canyon Lakes West: 19722 Stanton Lake Drive, Cypress, Texas 77433 - Phone: 281-855-0984

• Miramesa: 20150 Miramesa Drive, Cypress, Texas 77433 - Phone: 832-698-4490

Property Address:

Section / Monument Name:

Resident Name(s):

Mailing Address (if different from property address):

Phone:

Email:

Gate Directory

Residents that are in a gated section must provide one (1) phone number per household that will be entered the directory, so your visitors can

contact you from the gate call box to request entry to the community.

Gate Directory Phone #:

Internal use only / Res Code

Access Cards

Residents are permitted a maximum of four (4) access cards per household. Please provide the last five (5) numbers listed on the back of your

access cards below.

Access Card 1: Access Card 2:

Access Card 3: Access Card 4:

Vehicle Information

Residents must register each vehicle to use the EZ Tag access lane to enter through the gates. All vehicles must be registered to the property

address within the community and residents must provide proof of residency for each. NOTE: Proof of residency is required for each vehicle, the

vehicle must be registered to the property in the community (vehicle registration, insurance policy, and/or EZ Tag invoice). The gate access control

system is for the use of residents only. All visitors (family, friends, service providers, etc.) are required to use the call box to contact the resident

to gain access to the community.

Vehicle 1:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 2:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 3:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 4:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 5:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 6:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Vehicle 7:

Year Make Model License Plate # EZ Tag #

Please remember to include your proof of residency for each vehicle when submitting your form (vehicle registration, insurance

policy, and/or EZ Tag invoice).

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GINGERBREAD HOUSE MAKING THANK YOU

A special thank you to all who participated in the Gingerbread House

making event. We hope you enjoyed making sweet memories with your

family while building your gingerbread house. A HUGE thank you to

those who submitted photos of their creations! We greatly appreciate

you sharing these memories with us.

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ONSITE OFFICES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

We are practicing extreme caution for the safety of our residents and

staff by limiting the amount of visitors we receive at the onsite offices.

There are many things that can be resolved via email, but we understand

there are some things you may need to visit the office to resolve. If you

would like to visit the onsite office, please email your Onsite Manager to

schedule an appointment.

Stone Gate stonegaterec@att.net

Canyon Lakes West canyonlakeswest@att.net

Miramesa Rec Center miramesarec@outlook.com

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

WHO TO CONTACT

In an effort to better serve you and to improve response time, we would

like to remind you that you can contact your onsite clubhouse for

questions and concerns regarding the community and your account.

Stone Gate residents are encouraged to call the Stone Gate Clubhouse

office at 281-304-7448 or send an email to stonegaterec@att.net.

Canyon Lakes West & Pine Creek residents please call the Canyon Lakes

West Clubhouse at 281-855-0984 or email canyonlakeswest@att.net.

Miramesa residents please call the Miramesa Clubhouse at 832-698-4490

or email miramesarec@outlook.com.

The onsite team members are able to assist you with account information,

deed restriction questions, community concerns and or complaints.

In the event they are not able to assist you, they will reach out to the

Community Manager, Board of Directors and/or Management Company

to answer your questions.

Melinda Hoffpauir is the Events Coordinator and can assist you with

questions regarding community events, community intranet and

newsletters. She can be reached via email at mgarcia@canyongate.com.

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PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE DUCKS AND GEESE

Spring is the air and this lovely weather has many of us visiting our

community parks and ponds. It can be tempting to feed the ducks

as geese as many of us have grown up thinking that this was an

environmentally responsible and humane way to dispose of old or stale

bread. However, feeding ducks and geese is actually unhealthy and

potentially dangerous for the birds. This seemingly generous act, in fact,

can be extremely harmful.

Bread and similar products such as crackers, chips, doughnuts and

popcorn have little nutritional value. Without healthy food and proper

nutrition the ducks and geese will quickly succumb to disease and death.

Feeding ducks and geese can lead to the following problems as well:

• Duckling malnutrition - in areas where ducks are regularly fed bread

the ducklings will not receive adequate nutrition for proper growth and

development.

• Overcrowding - Where food is easy to come by, ducks and other waterfowl

will lay more eggs and the pond or lake will become overcrowded. This

makes it more difficult for the birds to seek out healthier food sources

and increases territorial aggression, especially during mating season. It

will also cause ducks to cross busy streets in search of food.

• Pollution - What happens to all that bread that is not eaten? It causes

algae growths, pollution and can eventually eradicate fish and other life

in the vicinity.

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• Diseases - A diet rich in carbohydrates leads to greater fecal production

and bird feces easily harbors bacteria responsible for numerous diseases

including avian botulism.

• Attraction of pests - Rotting leftover food attracts other unwelcome

pests such as rats, mice and insects. These pests can also harbor additional

diseases that can be dangerous to humans.

If you care about ducks and geese, do not feed them. They can live

longer, healthier lives by relying on natural food sources such as aquatic

plants, seeds, grasses and insects rather than taking handouts from willmeaning

humans. Now that you know, you can help by not feeding the

ducks and geese and by educating other duck lovers.

ROVING PATROL

The primary function of a Roving Patrol service is to assist with crime

deterrence by staying highly visible while conducting routine patrols

throughout the community to observe and report suspicious activity to

the local authorities and/or association.

The Patrol Officers also assist with service calls within the community.

Some of the typical calls received are as follows:

25905 Hwy 290 @ Spring Cypress

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• Noise disturbances

• Suspicious persons, vehicles or activities

• Welfare checks

• Property Damage

• Solicitors in gated communities

• Courtesy checks of your home (only if there are not any signs of forced

entry present)

While the officers do their best to handle most situations, sometimes

Police assistance is necessary to properly handle the situation. The Roving

Patrol Officers are not Law Enforcement and do not have the authority

to arrest or detain unless, in the rare occasion, they are conducting a

citizen’s arrest. This means that if the Roving Patrol Officers are called out

to investigate a suspicious person and make contact with the individual,

they cannot hold them for questioning if the subject fails to comply with

the request to identify themselves and/or state their business. At that

point the Officers will contact the Police for assistance if it is necessary.

If the subject flees from the Patrol Officer, they are not permitted to give

chase whether on foot or in a vehicle.

There are times were the officers are called in situations where the Police/

Fire/EMS needs to be the primary responders and called first. Some of

these types of situations are as follows:

• Speeding vehicles/reckless driving

• Crimes that are potentially violent in nature

• Domestic disturbances

• Fire, flood or blood

• Vehicle accidents

• Medical emergencies

The Roving Patrol Officers may be called by residents for any of the

situations listed above, but it is important that the local authorities are

contacted first to ensure the proper response to the situation has been

provided. The Roving Patrol Officers may then take direction from these

authorities and respond accordingly in correlation with policy for the

current situation at hand.

Important phone numbers:

• Emergency: 911

• Non-emergency Precinct 5 Constables: 281-463-6666 (Canyon Lakes

West and Miramesa Residents)

• Non-emergency Harris County Sheriff’s Office 713-221-6000 (Stone

Gate Residents)

• PPI Roving Patrol: 832-243-8206

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krenekprinting.com, click submissions and choose Jobseekers) with your

name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will graduate and

the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you want

on your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send emails

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on the Teenage Job Seeker List. Please ask for and check out references

if you do not personally know those listed. This is just a list of teenagers

from the subdivision who wish to find part time jobs. Responsibility for

any work done by these teenagers is between those seeking helpers and

the teens and their parents.

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Cy-Fair ISD

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LEARN AT HOME:

www.cfisd.net/en/parents-students/health/coronavirus/learning-home

SCHOOL CALENDAR

To download the 2020-2021 school calendar, visit the CFISD website at

www.cfisd.net/en/calendar.

32ND ANNUAL B.F. ADAM GOLF CLASSIC

RAISES $130,000 FOR CFEF

The CFISD community raised approximately $130,000 for student

scholarships through the Cy-Fair Educational Foundation’s (CFEF) 32nd

annual B.F. Adam Golf Classic, held Nov. 16 th at BlackHorse Golf Club.

The annual event, named after longtime CFISD school Board member

and elementary school namesake Bernard Fred (B.F.) Adam, contributes

to the CFEF mission of increasing college access for CFISD graduates by

awarding scholarships.

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“We were so thankful to be able to have our tournament this year,

COVID-19 has impacted our community and we are blessed to have

events that benefit students and staff of CFISD,” said Marie Holmes, CFEF

executive director. “Many thanks to our incredible sponsors for their

support.”

The tournament was underwritten by Allegiance Bank for the second

consecutive year. Platinum Sponsors were IBI Group, Linebarger

Attorneys at Law and Zenith Real Estate Group. Gold Sponsors were

Cromdane Steel, Inc.; DivisionOne Construction; PBK Architects; Salas

O’Brien and Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. The Lunch Sponsor

was Caldwell Companies and The Backyard Grill and Carl’s BBQ were the

Dinner Sponsors.

The North Course winner was Raba Kistner, Inc., shooting a 17-underpar

score of 55. Team members were Scott Blank, John Baker, Chad Thoe

and Chuck Shelton. The North Course Longest Drive winner was Thomas

Glover with Hightower Electric Company LTD and the Closest to the Pin

winner was Will Rose with Adam & Bing, P.C.

The South Course winner was Natex Architects, shooting a 19-under-par

score of 53. Team members were Dale Songy, Sergio Weitzman, Robert

Machi and Michelle Freck. The South Course Longest Drive winner was

Anthony Snipes with J.P. Morgan Securities and the Closest to the Pin

winner was Wade Bradow with Caldwell Companies.

Terry Rasmussen of Edgenuity was the Putting Contest winner.

CFISD STUDENTS RECOGNIZED IN

SUPERINTENDENT HOLIDAY CARD CONTEST

Students from Fiest Elementary School, Spillane Middle School and

Cypress Lakes High School placed first in the annual Superintendent

Holiday Card Contest, as their designs were selected from more than 265

entries across 78 CFISD campuses.

CFISD Superintendent Dr. Mark Henry and associate superintendents

served as jurors for the contest, designating a winner for each grade level

and choosing the top three honorees at the elementary, middle and high

school level from the “Best in Grade” winners.

In the elementary school category, Fiest Elementary School third grade

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student Emma Marshall placed first with her color pencil/paint card titled

“Snowy Holiday.” Wells Elementary School fourth grade student Ivana

Welch finished second and Wilson Elementary School kindergarten

student Anett Huerta placed third.

In the middle school category, Spillane Middle School eighth grade

student Christopher Soliman finished first with his color pencil piece

titled “Brightest Light.” Spillane seventh grade student Carla Salcedo

Cano was the runner-up and Salyards Middle School sixth grade student

Daniel Valdez Gonzalez placed third.

In the high school category, Cypress Lakes High School freshman Caleb

Weaver earned first place for his color pencil piece titled “Secret Santa.”

Cypress Woods High School senior Kylie Thomas placed second and

Bridgeland High School sophomore Jacob Lemos placed third.

In addition to the top three honorees at the elementary, middle and high

school level, the following students were recognized as Best in Grade

winners:

Jade Lane - Pope Elementary School

Evalyn Joseph - Pope

Peyton Bisel - Black Elementary School

Esperanza Rodriguez - Cypress Ridge High School

Visit the Season’s Greeting page on the CFISD website to view all the

winning designs.

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resolve to give blood regularly, beginning in January with National

Blood Donor Month. Below are key messages that can be relayed to

donors while scheduling appointments.

• Extreme winter weather in some parts of the country and seasonal

illnesses often make it difficult for the American Red Cross to maintain a

sufficient blood supply at this time of year. Healthy individuals are urged

to give now.

• The Red Cross must collect more than 13,000 blood donations every day

for patients in need.

• Do you know someone who has never donated before? Please encourage

them to make an appointment with you. Without more donors, patients

will not have the blood they need.

• Type O negative is the universal blood type and what emergency

personnel reach for in trauma situations when there isn’t time to

determine a patient’s blood type.

• Type O positive is the most transfused blood type and can be transfused

to Rh-positive patients of any blood type.

• Types A negative and B negative can be transfused to Rh-positive or

negative patients.

• Save time by using RapidPass® to complete your pre-donation reading

and health history online before you come to your appointment. Get

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• For detailed donor eligibility questions, please call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-

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• Birds: Provide food and fresh water. More birds die from lack of water

than from lack of food.

• Cacti: Semi-dormant now. Reduce watering.

• Camellias: Plants may be moved. Pick up and discard fallen blooms.

• Cultivation: Changes in design may now be made, new beds dug and

old ones rebuilt. Correct defects in drainage. Incorporate gypsum into

heavy soils: repeat in three weeks. Dig granite dust, rock phosphate

and quantities of organic matter into soil. Allow time for settling before

planting.

• Fertilize: Daylilies, spuria, Louisiana and bearded irises with complete

fertilizer. Give strawberries 1 teaspoon ammonium sulfate, keeping six

inches away from plant. Fertilize pansies with manure tea or blood meal.

Water in.

• Fruits: Plant fruit trees. Mulch figs with grass or straw to prevent freeze

damage to crown.

• House Plants: Water, when surface soil is crumbly dry. Wash dust off

leaves to open pores. Mist often. Inspect for diseases and insects. Reduce

water for poinsettias.

• Lawns: Remove thatch aerate, and feed with low nitrogen mixture.

• Pests: For petal blight prevention, spray azaleas and camellias as

flowers open. Spray for scale with dormant oil solution if temperature

will be above 35˚ and below 85˚ for next 48 hours. Always read and heed

manufacturer’s directions before spraying.

• Propagation: Ivy cuttings root easily this month and next. Root cuttings

of shrubs in mixture of loam and coarse sand; keep damp and semishaded

until rooted.

• Prune: Fruit trees in advance of new growth. Prune to groom and shape.

Do not remove too much. Remove dead wood from trees and shrubs

before spring buds swell, but do not prune spring bloomers. Prune crape

myrtles. Prune nandina and others of similar growth habit by cutting

unwanted canes out at base of plant.

• Roses: Annual pruning about the middle of February, just before the

spring buds break. To prevent later appearance of disease in the old beds,

keep garden clean of debris and weeds. Complete preparation of new

beds for roses.

• Transplanting: January is one of the best months to transplant woody

plants, both evergreen and deciduous, especially trees. Energy will be

expended on roots instead of foliage. Learn ultimate size and cultural

needs of tree or plant before buying. Consider dwarf varieties to avoid

crowding later. Group plants of similar cultural needs. Do not work wet

soil. Assure good drainage. Keep plants moist.

• Vegetables: Prepare beds, preferably raised for drainage, with about

50% humus, including rotted manure.

• Winter Protection: Expect freeze any time; plan for protection of tender

plants. Water. Remove coverings, particularly plastic, when temperature

rises. Protect low plants with dry leaves, pine needles or soil mulch, but

remove when weather warms.

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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

Martin Luther King, Jr., an American clergyman and Nobel Prize

winner was one of the principal leaders of the American civil rights

movement and a prominent advocate of nonviolent protest. King’s

challenges to segregation and racial discrimination in the 1950s and

1960s helped convince many white Americans to support the cause

of civil rights in the United States. After his assassination in 1968, King

became a symbol of protest in the struggle for racial justice. In 1957,

King helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference

(SCLC), an organization of black churches and ministers that aimed

to challenge racial segregation. As SCLC’s president, King became

the organization’s dominate personality and its primary intellectual

influence. He was responsible for much of the organization’s

fundraising, which he frequently conducted in conjunction with

preaching engagements in Northern churches. SCLC sought to

complement the NAACP’s legal efforts to dismantle segregation

through the courts, with King and other SCLC leaders encouraging

the use of nonviolent direct action to protest discrimination. These

activities included marches, demonstrations and boycotts.

“I Have a Dream” - King and other black leaders organized the 1963

March on Washington, a massive protest in Washington, D.C. for

jobs and civil rights. On August 28, 1963, King delivered the keynote

address to an audience of more than 200,000 civil rights supporters.

His “I Have a Dream” speech expressed the hopes of the civil rights

movement in oratory as moving as any in American history. After

his death, King came to represent black courage and achievement,

high moral leadership and the ability of Americans to address and

overcome racial divisions. Perhaps the most important memorial

is the national holiday in King’s honor, designated by the Congress

of the United States in 1983 and observed on the third Monday in

January, a day that falls on or near King’s birthday of January 15 th .

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PUT WELLNESS

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