This week, students in 5th Grade tested the attraction between water and oil molecules!
Due to the storm strengthening overnight and the recent closures of state offices and local institutions, the East Baton Rouge Parish School System will begin early dismissal at 1:30 p.m. for elementary students today, 10/28/2020. This morning’s forecast indicates an earlier wind arrival time than previously predicted, which could potentially impact transportation functions. Out of an abundance of caution, all schools will be closed by 3:00 p.m.. THERE WILL BE NO EXTENDED DAY SERVICES.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to make the best decisions possible under these unpredictable circumstances.
Please stay tuned to local news outlets, ebrschools.org, and the EBR Schools Facebook page (@EBRPschools) for more information. As always, the safety of our students and faculty is our top priority.
Good morning! It looks like the storms will begin today at 11:00 and continue with thunderstorms throughout the afternoon and into the evening. School will be open, but parents may choose to keep their child at home to participate in virtual instruction. If you are keeping your child at home, please make sure you complete the attendance tracker and follow the 100% virtual schedule.
The safety of our BRCVPA family is our number one priority. Have a great Baton Rouge Center Day!
Based on the latest weather forecasts and guidance from state and local agencies, the East Baton Rouge Parish School System will be open on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. The district is still actively monitoring the storm, and updates will be provided if the situation changes. Please stay tuned to local news outlets, ebrschools.org, and the EBR Schools Facebook page (@EBRPschools) for more information.
Baton Rouge Center Students and Families,
This is a great opportunity to share our artistic abilities with the community. Adam Smith, EBR Interim Superintendent, is in search of the best of the best student artwork from our students. The artwork will be displayed on the district's holiday greeting card. All artwork should be submitted on an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper. The composition can be landscape or portrait, and the theme this year is "Seasons Greetings from the East Baton Rouge Parish School System". Be sure to use bold colors!!
Label the back of the artwork with your grade-level, school, and teacher's name. You can drop the artwork off at the school, or you can mail it to:
Liberty High School
Attention: EBR Fine Arts Department
1105 Lee Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
BRCVPA Turkey Trot! November Picnic and Fun Run!
Know a local business that might want to get involved or sponsor the event? Click the button below for our donation request letter,
Congratulations, Kennedy H.!! Kennedy is a very active Brownie Girl Scout with troop 10318 with MCBCBTR, and her troop leader is 🙂Cindy Carmenia. Kennedy entered the Girl Scout Louisiana East's BLING your WAGON contest earlier this year, but because of the pandemic, the judging was delayed until recently. Well, the results are in, and Kennedy, won FIRST PLACE for the region!!! We are so proud of her!
Sometimes the EBR District issued Chromebook will ask for your old password. If that happens, do the following:
1. click Forgot Old Password.
2. Click Proceed Anyway.
The local data that is lost is unimportant, since all of the materials, work, and activities are stored in the Google cloud which is synced daily.
Kindergarten students have been discussing the question "What is Art?" and learning about when drawing first began. They began by reading a book called "The First Drawing" where they learned about the earliest cave drawings. Next, they began their roles as little cave people by foraging for natural art media from nature. This week students began using those materials to create their very own cave drawings by rubbing leaves and painting with mud that they mixed.
Veterans Day is November 11th! Since we are unable to gather in the gym, BRCVPA's Veterans Day Program is going virtual. We want to continue our tradition of honoring family veterans in a slideshow. Please complete this form for each veteran family member you would like honored.
If you have already submitted a photo from a previous year's show, we still have it, and you do not need to submit it again (unless you just want to be extra sure). We look forward to honoring our family Veterans on Wednesday, November 11th.
Please click the American Flag image below to complete the form. Thank you!
We had a great pink for a purpose dress day today at BRCVPA! Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted pictures for our slideshow. Click here to view our slideshow as we honor those who lost the battle with breast cancer, celebrate the survivors, and continue to increase breast cancer awareness.
Dear BRCVPA Parents and Students,
Please help us by nominating a teacher to represent BRCVPA for the 2020-2021 school year. We have so many outstanding educators at BRCVPA, so this is always a difficult decision. The candidate should have the ability to inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities, and to help them reach their fullest potential. The BRCVPA teacher of the year should have the respect and admiration of the students, parents, and colleagues. They should play an active role in the community and work diligently to enhance the the arts-based program in which we believe here at BRCVPA.
Thank you for taking the time to nominate a deserving teacher today! We look forward to recognizing and honoring one of our outstanding educators.
CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO NOMINATE A TEACHER!
Reminder: This Wednesday is Pink for a Purpose Free Dress Day at BRCVPA! Students and Staff are invited to wear pink to help show awareness and support for Breast Cancer.
Students are welcome to wear their pink BRCVPA Spirit Shirt, but any school-appropriate pink clothing is fine! We will also wear pink Spirit Shirts this Friday, October 23rd.
CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE NAME/PHOTO OF A LOVED ONE AFFECTED BY BREAST CANCER.
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