Juan Seguin Elementary School

News and Announcements

College Colors Day

This Wednesday, September 7, will be our first college colors day! We invite all students to wear their favorite college shirts or their favorite college colors! We will recognize college colors day the first Wednesday of each month throughout the school year.
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Morning Drop Off Changes...

Please click on the Morning Drop Off Changes headline regarding district changes. If you have any questions, please call us at 817-598-2814. As always, we want you to know safety is our number one priority.
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"Now Presenting" at Seguin!

Join us Thursday, August 18th 5:30-7pm to find out who your homeroom teacher is, meet our principals, drop off supplies and enjoy Seguin! Dinner will be provided by Seguin's PTA.

Not sure what your student needs? Click on the title to download the 2016-17 School Supply List.
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!!! IMPORTANT !!! Health Reminder

Proper hygiene is important to remain healthy. Always remember to:

Carefully wash hands before and after changing diapers, using the toilet, eating, preparing food, and handling animals.
Ensure that small children are washing hands after using the toilet.
Regularly disinfect surfaces like doorknobs, countertops, and other high-touch items.
Children and staff with vomiting, fever, or diarrhea should not attend school, childcare, or public activities until 24 hours after symptoms resolve without medication.

Let’s wash those hands and stay well!
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Kindergarten Round Up!

Kindergarten Round Up on Thursday, April 14, 2016 provides parents their first opportunity to enroll children in kindergarten. Parents are invited to enroll their child at the Juan Seguin Elementary campus on Thursday from 9-11 am and 6-7:30 pm.
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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Speak up for an abused child and be a voice for a hurting child who has no voice. Recognize and REPORT Child Abuse and Neglect 1-800-252-5400 or txabusehotline.org, you may remain anonymous. lt's the law.
2015 Texas Child Deaths: 171 Confirmed Cases: 40,318
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