Susannah Dickinson Elementary
7110 Greatwood Parkway, Sugar Land, TX, 77479
(832) 223 1400
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2014   8:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M. 

Save the date for Saturday morning, December 13th from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.--Santa will make a special visit to Dickinson Elementary for some holiday fun! Wear your favorite PJs (optional), skip the long mall lines and join Dickinson PTO for a delicious pancake breakfast, catered by Ol’ Railroad Café. Don’t forget your camera so you can capture that special moment with Santa. Make fun holiday crafts, enjoy the chocolate milk bar, hear holiday stories, make reindeer food and save time to write a personal letter to Santa!

More information and tickets available to purchase online under Breakfast with SANTA.  All attendees,  parents and children aged 2 and up, must purchase a ticket to attend.
Our school will be taking the Eat The Rainbow Challenge during lunches the week of November 17th (next week!) and we need parent volunteers to help make it a success! Take this opportunity to come spend some time helping your child's class and other classes with the challenge.

Volunteers will keep track of how many fruits and vegetables students try each day on a provided tally sheet. Each day will be a different color and further instructions will be provided. Let's see how many colors of therainbow our students will eat in a week!  The team with the most points will earn an extra recess!

Visit our VolunteerSpot link here to sign up to help with a shift or two by clicking this link:

Questions? Contact Brenda at or
Thanks for your support!



Over 250 families have joined the PTO since the start of the school year, raising over $15 000 for our school!  Ms Hopkins class was the first to 100% membership and was treated to an ice cream social with Dr Mumphord and Sue the Dolphin.  Ms Dickson and Ms Kimpler's classes also reached 100% and all their students will receive a free home work pass.  As the grade with the highest membership, all students in 2nd grade will be awarded their very own elite free dress day.  Click through to Membership for full details.
The Healthy Lifestyles Committee has been hard at work to implement initiatives to encourage our children to lead a healthy life.  Check out the Healthy Lifestyles page for full details.

2014/15 Yearbook


We need photographs, graphic designers and Love Notes for the 2014/15 Yearbook.  We are also looking for original artwork from 5th Graders for the front cover art contest by October 31st.  Early bird special to order a yearbook is also October 31st at a cost of $25.  Click through to Yearbook for full details.

Join the PTO


Start the 2014/15 school year off by supporting your PTO and becoming a member. Your contribution will help fund field trips, new technology, playground equipment and other programs for our students and staff. There are a variety of levels with different benefits including free dress days, yearbook, Monster Mash tickets and more.  Join before 9-30-14 and your child could win these awesome prizes:
  • 100% class participation—homework pass!
  • Grade level with highest % of participation – free dress day!
  • 1st class to 100% participation – ice cream with Dr. Mumphord & Sue the Dolphin!
Click through to Memberships to view the Membership Levels and details of how to join.
We love our teachers and we love our volunteers.  Better yet, we love to show our appreciation for everything that they do for our children and our school.  Congratulations to Coach Rice on being voted the Teacher of the Month for August and to Kathryn Self on being voted the Volunteer of the Month for all of her hard work and commitment in making the car pool line safe and easy to use!
Mrs Preas, the Dickinson Librarian, needs volunteers to assist in the library.  Contact Mrs Preas ( or 832-223-1407) if you are able to assist with the following:
  • Check books in and out, shelve books and help with clerical jobs. 
  • Organize and help implement the book fairs and reading award programs.
  • Make a weekly, yearlong commitment that includes a minimum of a one hour block of time.
You may volunteer during your child’s library time as long as it is not a problem for you or your child.  Your volunteer time is needed to carry out the above responsibilities versus a time to interact with your child or your child’s teacher. 

Please let Mrs Preas know if you are able to volunteer weekly or would prefer to help with special events i.e. book fairs, reading celebrations.  If you are interested in a weekly commitment, email the day and time that you are interested in. Mrs Preas will assess her needs and respond with a Volunteer Schedule.
The new carpool line procedures came home in your child's folder and they are also available on the Traffic/Car Rider Safety page.

We need 2 parents per day to set up cones at 6:55 am—it takes about 15 minutes—bring your kids and Coach Rice will give them sports dollars!   We need another 2 parents per day at 7:45 am to remove and store cones—takes about 10 minutes.

Contact the Traffic/Car Rider Safety Committee Chair to volunteer your assistance:  Kathryn Self -


    Upcoming Events

    Every Saturday
    El Vaquero Spirit Night


    PTO Meeting
    3 PM (Science Room)

    50th day of school
    Math Night (6 PM)

    AR Free Dress Day

    Chick-Fil-A Spirit Night

    EARLY RELEASE (11:30 AM)

    Fall Book Fair (Library)

    Book Club 4th & 5th Graders
    3 PM (Library)

    School Store
    7:15-7:30 AM (Back door)

    26th - 28th
    Thanksgiving Holiday