Pfluger Elementary School



  • Girlstart is back for the Fall Semester at PES!

    Girlstart is free and open to 4th and 5th grade girls only. Girlstart will meet on Mondays from 3-4:15 in the Science Lab.  I have attached the Fall Calendar as well as the English and Spanish version of our registration forms. Please review the calendar. Please be sure your student can attend all meetings of Girlstart in the Fall before registering. 

    To reserve a spot, fill out the priority online registration forms. Girlstart is first come first serve.



    Any hard copy forms must be brought to Mrs. Coats' room on the 5th Grade Hall (F5) before the tardy bell. The Deadline to register is Friday September 1st. Girlstart fills up fast. If no spot is available, your student will be placed on a waiting list for the Spring Semester. 

    NOTE: There is NO BUS for Girlstart. All students must be a Car Rider, Walker, or attend Extend-A-Care. 

    Girlstart After School is a weekly, two-semester program encouraging young women to believe in themselves and to pursue paths to higher education and greater career opportunities in STEM. Girlstart After School seeks to enhance and supplement girls’ science learning in the classroom through engaging activities that introduce important STEM concepts in a hands-on and informal environment. As a standards-aligned hands-on STEM program, Girlstart After School supports the science and math learning recovery for our participants and Girlstart girls receive an additional 26 hours of science enrichment. Additionally, we incorporate cross-curricular components within our activities to further support participants' learning.   
    Girlstart has identified the following goals for Girlstart After School:
    •  To increase participants’ understanding and mastery of the scientific method as a system for problem solving and scientific discovery.
    •  To increase participants’ confidence in doing science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) activities.
    •  To increase participants’ awareness of STEM careers.
    •  To increase the number of girls who select STEM electives.
    •  To increase the number of girls who will indicate an interest in pursuing STEM study in high school/college.

    •  For each girl to maintain weekly club attendance (no more than 4 absences per semester)

    Please contact Mrs. Coats, PES Girlstart Campus Coordinator with any questions or concerns.

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    2023-2024 PES Parent/Student Handbook


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    Parent Weekly Newsletter

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    Free & Reduced Meal Application

    Applications for free or reduced price meals will be mailed out to all families each year. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be provided for the return of the application form. You may also complete the application online in English or Spanish! Click headline to access additional information & the online application.

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    PTA membership sign up

    We need your VOICE - Join PTA to advocate for OUR children’s education! We host MAJOR school events, fund school trips, projects, and MUCH more! We support OUR TEACHERS!

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  • Registration is Open!

    Online Student Registration!

    Student Registration 2023-2024: Online registration for the 2023-2024 school year opened April 27 for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information.

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    Committee Recommends Names for Hays CISD Schools and Facilities That Honor Local Educators

    The school board-appointed 2023 Naming Committee, made up of community members, presented the first reading of its recommendation package at the Hays CISD Board of Trustees workshop meeting on Monday, November 13, 2023. The committee was empaneled in July to consider names for several new schools and district facilities. During an open nomination process from Friday, September 22, 2023, through Tuesday, October 10, 2023, district residents submitted more than 200 name nominations.

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  • Online Public Auction of District Surplus Items

    Hays CISD Maintenance and Operations Department is hosting an online public auction of district surplus items through Lemons Auctioneers from Tuesday, November 21 through November 30, 2023. Auction preview day is scheduled for Tuesday, November 28. Click headline above or "Read More" to access details of preview day and auction website.

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    First Order of Business for Newly Revamped Hays Education Foundation: Fill State Education Funding Gaps

    It’s a new day for the Hays Education Foundation – a non-profit that was created to benefit Hays Consolidated Independent School District teachers and students. The Foundation has been working since the pandemic disruption to reinvent itself as an organization that can grow with the district and tackle a changing array of education funding needs. On Thursday, November 9, 2023, the Foundation will host a re-launch event and share its new plans. “The Foundation, a district partner since 1998, has provided valuable assistance to district teachers and students. The first 25 years were successful for the early 21st century Hays CISD. However, with no sign of student population growth slowing, and increasingly uncertain education funding from the state, it’s time to reassess, retool, and remake the Foundation into an organization that can serve Hays CISD for the next 25 years,” said Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright. Click headline or “Read More” for the rest of the article.

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    Hays CISD to Create Attendance Zone for New Elementary

    The process is underway to create a new elementary school attendance zone to accommodate the opening of the district’s 16th elementary school. The new campus, located in the Anthem subdivision, will open in August 2024. In July 2023, the Board of Trustees voted to empanel a committee of 14 citizens to review proposed maps, receive public input, and create a recommendation that will be presented to the Board for a vote no later than December of this year. “Board policy requires the district administration to create at least two starting-point maps for consideration by the citizen committee,” said Hays CISD Chief Communication Officer Tim Savoy. “We encourage everyone who has an opinion to reach out to the committee by using the special ‘Zone Talk’ button on the committee’s webpage or attending one of two public forums. People can also follow along as the process progresses, view the prevailing draft maps, and see all of the materials presented to the committee on the committee webpage.”  The committee webpage is Click headline or "Read More" for full story.

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