|Pre-K AM||10:10 - 10:40|
|Pre-K PM||12:05 - 12:35|
|K||10:30 - 11:00|
|1st||11:00 - 11:30|
|2nd||11:30 - 12:00|
|3rd||12:00 - 12:30|
|4th||12:30 - 1:00|
|5th||1:00 - 1:30|
a) Signed Settlement Statement (signatures required are the purchaser and the Title agent). A preliminary statement for estimation of closing costs is not acceptable; or
b) Signed Rental/Lease Agreement (signatures must be provided by both parties) showing the occupancy date
Accept that everyone makes mistakes, so learn from your mistakes and do not get upset.
Principio de la Semana:
Dedicación - dejando a un lado para un fin determinadoCita de la Semana:
"Genio es un porciento de inspiracion y 99 porciento de transpiracion" - Thomas Edison
Thank you so much for your interest in visiting Wilson Elementary.
Beginning October 1, enforcement of violations captured by Stop-Arm cameras (on buses owned by Dallas County Schools) will go into effect. In the City of Coppell, there have been over 100 incidents of Stop-Arm violations recorded by the Dallas County Schools Transportation Department since the start of this school year. The Coppell ISD Board of Trustees recently approved an inter-local agreement between the district, the City of Coppell, and Dallas County Schools for use and enforcement of Stop-Arm cameras. Drivers are reminded not to pass a school bus when its red lights are flashing and stop arms are displayed. The fine for a stop-arm camera violation has been set by Dallas County Schools at $300. All questions about the program including enforcement should be directed to the Dallas County Schools Transportation Department. For more information visit stoparmcamera.com
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR FOOTBALL GAME ATTENDEES: If you’re planning to attend home football games at Buddy Echol’s Field, remember that no outside food or drinks are allowed inside the stadium at Coppell High School, and no alcohol is permitted on school grounds (including parking lots). We appreciate your support and adherence to these rules. They will be enforced by CISD administration and the Coppell Police Department.
Red Ribbon Week
October 27-31, 2014
Let’s celebrate Red Ribbon Week by dressing to the following themes each day to remind us to be drug-free!
Monday: “Team Up Against Drugs!” Wear your favorite team jersey.
Tuesday: “Sock It To Drugs!” Wear crazy socks.
Wednesday: “Hair’s To Being Drug-Free!” Wear crazy hair.
Thursday: “Put a Lid On Drugs!” Wear a hat or cap.
Friday: “Say Boo To Drugs!” Wear orange and black.
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