Valley Ridge Elementary School

Friday, October 24 - Caps for a Cause - bring $1       Friday, October 24 - early release at 12:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Basketball Wizard - grades K-2
Date: 10/22/2014, 8:15 AM 9 AM
Basketball Wizard - grades 3-5
Date: 10/22/2014, 9:20 AM 10:05 AM
1st grade field trip
Date: 10/23/2014
Location: Rapunzel at Dallas Children's Theater
Make Up Field Day
Date: 10/23/2014
Student Council Caps for a Cause
Date: 10/24/2014
Student Early Release
Date: 10/24/2014
Student Early Release
Date: 10/24/2014, 12:30 PM

Jaguar Buzz

Netsmartz Tips - week of October 20
5 ways to be smarter than the SMARTPHONE…
1. Be a parent and a resource. Establish clear guidelines, including time limits and consequences for inappropriate behavior, but be open so your child will come to you with any problems.
2. Set up password protection. This will keep everyone but you and your child from accessing personal information stored on the phone.
3. Update the operating system. New versions often contain important security fixes.
4. Approve apps before they are downloaded. Make sure you understand their capabilities and approve their content.
5. Understand location services. GPS features are useful when using maps, but you’ll want to disable location-tagging when your child posts anything online.
LISD Announces 16th Annual Veterans Day Celebration
Join Us As We Honor Our Veterans
Lewisville ISD Oct. 17 Ebola Statement and FAQ
Thank You for Your Feedback
Thank you for sharing your concerns regarding the parent letter we sent about the Ebola virus. We would like to assure you that Lewisville ISD is taking all directives from the Denton County Health Department and will continue to remain in close contact with the health agencies at the local, state and federal levels.
Updated Lewisville ISD Health Notice - Oct. 16, 2014
Netsmartz Tips - week of October 13
Protecting Yourself and your family from Identity Theft

The number one rule when it comes to protecting yourself from identity theft is PAY ATTENTION! Many online scams depend on you being fooled by false websites, spam, and offers. Minimize the chance that you will be taken advantage of by closely examining any site that asks for your personal information. For example, look for the “HTTPS” or a lock symbol in the address bar when making purchases online. This means that you are viewing a secure web page with the necessary allocations for privacy and protections.

Parents, also talk to your children about online scamming techniques. Warn them about clicking on pop-ups and downloading programs from unknown sources, as these may be tricks to install malware or get personal information. Also, make sure to have antivirus software and firewall programs installed on your computer. Although these programs are not always infallible, they are essential in helping to keep your personal information private and your computer working properly.
Huffines MS Harvest Carnival
LISD Welcomes Back Educational Technologist Leader Alan November
Parents Invited to Participate in Free District “Parent University” Sessions Oct. 21
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