Links & Resources
Are you looking for ways to get involved in your child's education? Teachers and students would love to have your help. It can be easy as cutting things out at home or volunteering at the school. Teachers always need help with bulletin boards, someone to read with students, and just be here as a mentor.
Dads, don't forget you can be a WatchD.O.G. Just imagine the pure admiration from your child, as well as, all the other kids you will see!
Helping your child
You can help your child succeed by listening to them read, talking with them and helping with homework. You can also use a collection of online resources.
Tumble Books is an collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading. Children can play games associated with the book after reading.
Wacky Web Tales is a fun game that helps you practice your grammar skills!
Make sure you name your fish before you start playing these fun math games. There are many different activities to choose.
Use your karate skills to master your math facts.
Did You Know? Studies have indicated that children whose parents share in their formal education tend to do better in school. Some benefits that have been identified that measure parental involvement in education include:
- Higher grades and test scores
- Long term academic achievement
- Positive attitudes and behavior
You may be saying, "College, already? My kid is in kindergarten!" But before you know it, the time will be here. Teachers and staff show their college spirit on Friday's when they wear their favorite college shirt!
Teachers at Herfurth have graduated from: Baylor, Texas A&M, TWU, Stephen F. Austin, and many more.
Did you know? There are over 20 different colleges and universities represented at Herfurth!
Great News! The Texas Education Agency has launched a new free online college and career planning website for Texas students, parents, and educators. Texas College and Career provides information about college options, academic and financial preparation for college, higher education admissions, and career research.
Herfurth promotes recycling in our community. Remember to bring in those empty soda cans. For every 250 you turn in you earn a snack pass. When you turn in 500, you earn a "Be the Change" Spirit Stick!
Did You Know? The new trash carts that residents in Rowlett use are made from recyclable materials such as milk jugs. In order to provide carts to over 19,000 residences, over 80,000 pounds of recycled plastic was processed at the WM Material Recovery Facility.
Herfurth has been a proud part of the Rowlett community for over 20 years.
Did You Know? Rowlett is ranked in the Top 25 "Best Places to Live" by Money Magazine!