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Steele Elementary

722 Haggin St.
San Antonio, Texas 78210

Phone: (210) 438-6870
Fax: (210) 533-5394


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**NEWS**

Report Cards will be avaliable after Wednesday 10/29/2014


Red Ribbon Week Monday 10/27/2014- Friday 10/31/2014

10/27/2014 Monday- RED RALLY DAY! 

 Wear ALL RED and take the pledge to be drug free. 

 Visit from McGruff Crime Dog- Hallway Parade @ 9:40 AM and Red Ribbon Drug Awareness Presentation: San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse @ 2:30

10/28/2014 Tuesday- TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS!

Wear a Sports Team shirt/Jersey with khaki bottoms

10/29/2014 Wednesday - WIN THE WAR AGAINST DRUGS!

Wear Army/Navy/Air Force/camouflage gear to school.

10/30/2014 Thursday -WE MUSTACHE (MUST ASK) YOU TO STAY DRUG FREE BECAUSE YOU ARE A JEAN-IUS!

Wear a “MUSTACHE” and your favorite college/school spirit, shirt with “JEANS”!

Halloween Dance @ 3:30-5:00PM Gym

$1.00 Children $2.00 Adults

10/31/2014 Friday- SHOW GOOD CHARACTER DON’T DO DRUGS!

Normal uniform required for Friday- Khakis and school shirt.

Students wanting to participate in Storybook Parade are not allowed to come to school in costume. Students will be allowed to change into costume at 2:00pm and may wear costume until dismissal time.

Pick a story and dress up as your favorite STORYBOOK CHARACTER 2:00pm!

Storybook Parade around the school @ 2:30-2:45PM

Storybook Costume Parade

Where: Beginning and ending at the gym, around the school (sidewalk)

What: Participating students will line up by grade level (dressed in costume) in the Kinder Wing at 2:30pm. Students who do not participate can stand or sit with staff members and watch. If your child would like to participate please send your child with their costume in a bag, so it won’t get ripped or dirty during the day, and we will help them put it on when it is time. Please do not send weapons, blood or scary costumes.  Any student wishing to participate can bring their costume and change to participate in the parade.

Parents that would like to watch the parade are invited to wait outside the school as the students parade around. Students are not allowed to be checked out after 2:40pm, so there will be no early check out on this day.  

 
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History of Laura Steele

 

Biography of Laura Steele's Namesake

The name of Laura Steele was given to the school honoring a former principal of the San Antonio Schools. Miss Steele preferred being called Laura Steele instead of Laura Du Vall Steele, her full name. A record of her former teaching experience before coming into the San Antonio Schools in 1904 shows two years spent in the Austin Schools and that she taught in Paris, Texas during the year 1888-1889. Her preparation for teacher shows that she was a Cook County Normal graduate and attended this school at various times from 1891-1923. She received a High School Permanent Certificate September 20, 1905 which was recorded on March 11, 1911. H. Y. Benedict, Dean of the College of Arts and Science of the University of Texas recommended her to be the recipient of a Bachelor of Literature Degree. This was conferred June 7, 1925 and was recorded 14, 1926. She also had four years of French and had done some work in California Schools. She held the highest State Permanent Certificate. Her application for a position in the San Antonio Schools shows her address to have been at 102 Lewis Street. Her age was recorded as 50+, height 5 feet 7 and half inches and weight 147 pounds. She was a member of the Episcopal Church, the N. E. A., a life member of T. S. T. A., Professional Women’s Club and Our Reading Club. She was elected as a principal in the San Antonio Schools in 1904, and served in the schools from then until her death on June 30, 1929. A great many of these years were spent in Old School #3, De Zavala as it was then called.

 
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