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We need volunteers in our cafeteria! We’re going to try a Sign Up Genius for time slots for the lunch times needing the most support. The shifts will begin Monday, Nov. 4th and the Sign-Up will go out on a weekly basis. The students are doing a great job of following our campus wide expectations; however, the cafeteria is a very small space and having extra adults in there to help…

The school modernization discussion continues to be front and center as we move through October. We held an introductory furniture session for staff chosen to choose the furniture for our new campus. Four fourth graders will also be included with these sessions per a request from our Campus Advisory Committee (CAC). The intention was to choose those not on the CAT team in order to include more staff members in the…

Next week, we will begin the process of choosing furniture for our new campus. Dr. Steenport and several members of the staff will engage in selecting the district’s options for modernized campus. Per our Campus Advisory Committee (CAC), we will also be including students into this process so we can ensure we are selecting pieces that will be used on a regular basis and that fit their needs. Dr. Steenport also began…

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Would you like to become a sub? Do you know anyone who would like to be?…Doss needs you! Inspire, encourage and support AISD students by becoming a substitute teacher. You will enjoy a flexible work schedule, competitive pay starting at $70-85 per day and up to $120-$130 per day and the opportunity to teach a variety of subjects. https://www.austinisd.org/tad/careers/substitutes If you have any questions, please contact the Substitute Office at 512-414-2611…

We had our September CAT team meeting on Monday, September 23 and have some updates to share with you all. The picture below shows the base floor for the cafeteria and kitchen (pictures are facing Far West and lead to the east hill). I have also attached a diagram for where the pavers will be located and where part of the park will be closed off (see notes below). Color Scheme…

Doss has been named one of Austin’s Healthiest Schools! On Friday, September 13, Principal Steenport and Coach Mosby accepted this award on behalf of our school and community at a ceremony in Austin City Hall. We’re so proud of our staff and students for promoting healthy living here at Doss!

It is a GREAT day at Doss Elementary!  The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released its preliminary results from last year’s state assessments and Doss Elementary made major improvements. Our campus earned an overall performance rating of an A. We also earned three distinction designations: Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading Post-secondary Readiness Top 25%: Comparative Closing the Gaps For more information, please visit Dr. Steenport’s letter to parents here. Congratulations to…