The 2016-17 theme is "Find your Best Self at CSA". Inspired by "Finding Dory", this year we will be focusing on finding the best in each student and staff member.
Winter Weather Policy
Capitol School follows AISD’s decisions on school closings. If AISD schools are closed, Capitol School will also be closed. If AISD is delayed by two hours, then CSA classes are also delayed by hours, based on your child's regular start times which vary by grade level. Listen to your television/radio for AISD school closing announcements or visit austinisd.org.
Hot Lunch Program
Capitol School offers a hot lunch option provided by L&L Catering on Wednesdays and Fridays. To order, contact L & L Catering directly at 512-554-6323.
The following after school options are available to CSA parents:
Friday After School Program (FASP)
After school care for Levels 3 - 7 from 1 - 3:15 on Friday afternoons. Contact Tami to sign up.
Sunday Theatre Arts
Joshua's Stage offers theatre arts classes at Capitol School on Sunday afternoons. Contact Joshua's Stage at 512-825-2744 or by email.
Two neighboring programs are picking up CSA students for after-school care at their facilities. These programs were recommended by current CSA parents and are not affiliated with CSA. Follow the links below for more information:
- Elsass Academy
- Austin Kenpo Karate
Parent Education Opportunities
The following educational opportunities are available. If you know of other sessions that may be of interest to Capitol School families, please contact the office.
Building Confidence & Independence
Leslie Grove, M.Ed., LPC is a licensed professional counselor and consultant who has operated a private practice in the Austin area for the past 20+ years.
Where: Capitol School of Austin
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Center for Vision Therapy
Still struggling with extra time and effort not getting your child or student where they need to be academically? Don't let vision be the piece that's holding them back. Discover how vision plays a role in your child, student or client's reading abilities and learn the signs that could be pointing to an underlying visual deficiency.
When: Tuesday, January 24th
Where: OCVT Pecan Park
Time: 6 - 7 p.m.
*Space is limited, so RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
End Whining and Back Talk
Is there anything more annoying than a persistent whiner? Well, a sassy, back-talking child can come in a close second. The way your children express themselves doesn’t have to get on your nerves. There are effective strategies to help end these behaviors.
Join Dr. Paula Stiernberg, EdD as we learn:
- The root cause of sassing and whining
- How to respond and redirect
- Setting firm expectations and consequences
- Reinforcing appropriate communication
Wednesday, December 7
1:45 – 2:45 pm
Childcare for those 3 and up.
Contact Kari Haymond to register: (512) 609-8123
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