To complete our diversity of living things unit students were assigned a project that gave them the opportunity to put their budding creative talents to use! The task: The zoo in your city is excited to announce they will be adding new exhibits! In the next few weeks, the zoo will receive many new plants and animals to create these new exhibits. The zoo has asked you to help design a new habitat exhibit for the organisms. Students designed a poster that displayed the characteristics of the plants and animals, as well as the habitat. They had to present their habitat to a committee of zoo employees (Ms. Berry and classmates).
Parents of 3rd and 4th Grade Students:
We will offer LEAP Tutoring beginning February 5th on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3:30 and 5:15 p.m. We are offering a choice of Reading OR Math (choose one). All tutoring classes will focus on the skills required to be successful on the LEAP 2019 ELA and Math Assessments.
The fee for tutoring will be $200.00 total, which includes a daily snack and instruction from certified teachers. For students enrolled in early afternoon Extended Day, the cost for tutoring will be $80.00. There is no additional tutoring fee for students currently enrolled in the late afternoon Extended Day program.
Space is limited to 45 students and seats will be filled on a first-come first-served basis. All tutoring fees will be due in full by February 5th, and can be paid with cash, check, money order, or by using a credit card on our online system. CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLINE.
On the tutoring dates listed below, students will go to Extended Day at dismissal, eat their snack, and then will be led to the tutoring classroom. The official hours of tutoring are 3:30 – 5:15p.m. Students should be picked up in the cafeteria no later than 5:30 p.m. After 5:30, students who are not picked up will be charged a late fee of $1.00 per minute. Please do not pick up your child(ren) early, as it is disruptive to the rest of the tutoring class.
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4th Grade Girls:
Let’s celebrate the coming spring with some ENGINEERING!
Join us for a mini STEM Journey. We’ll explore engineering, problem solving, teamwork and the power that lies in each of our young women.
Parent information meeting Friday, February 1, 2019 @4:00 in Ms. Adkinson’s classroom.
Girl Scout Registration is $25.00 and managed through gsle.org.
Troop # 10524
Troop Dues $5.00 per meeting
**Parents, if you can’t attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Dates- Fridays @ 4:00 in Ms. Adkinson’s classroom
February 1-Parent Information Meeting
February 8-(Parent Volunteer is needed)
March 8-(Parent Volunteer is Needed)
March 15 March 22-(Parent Volunteer is Needed)
March 29-(Parent Volunteer is Needed)
May 3-Final Celebration
*Parent Volunteer is needed February 8th and March 8th, 22nd, and March 29th. Please let me know if you can help. *After the first meeting, each girl will be responsible for snacks on a rotating basis.
2019 SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
BRCVPA is blasting off into a stellar summer! Students launching into kindergarten through 5th grade for the 2019-2020 school year will participate in developmentally appropriate activities, and make new friends that are out of this world! Our highly energized staff will help your child practice skill mastery, have fun, and make memories! BRCVPA Summer Camp is open to students from any part of the galaxy! Campers do not have to be BRCVPA students or reside in East Baton Rouge Parish to attend.
SUMMER CAMP FLYER
If you would like to reserve a spot for your child or children in our 2019 Summer Enrichment Camp, please complete a registration form for each child and turn it in with the $50.00 registration fee per immediate family. After April 15th, the registration fee will be $100.00 per family.
SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM
What a great way to kick off Mardi Gras season! The Kim family brought King Cake for the faculty to enjoy. We appreciate Prince Donuts for being a great BRCVPA partner. If you are looking for a great way to start your morning, stop by Prince Donuts at any of their two locations. You won't be disappointed!!
BRCVPA has been named a National Magnet School of Excellence by Magnet Schools of America, the national association for magnet and theme-based schools.
The Excellence Award is the highest achievement level of the National Merit Awards, so we are THRILLED to make this announcement!
BRCVPA will be recognized and receive a National Magnet School of Excellence Merit Award on behalf of the school during an awards ceremony held at Magnet Schools of America’s 37th National Conference hosted by Baltimore County Public Schools in Baltimore, Maryland April 10-13, 2019.
Magnet School of Excellence Awards are only given to a select group of magnet schools. Schools of Excellence are eligible to receive monetary awards and are eligible to be named the nation’s top Elementary, Secondary, or New & Emerging Magnet School. One of the Schools of Excellence will also be selected to win $5,000 and the Dr. Ronald P. Simpson Distinguished Merit Award, which is considered the most prestigious magnet school award in the nation.
Without the hard work of our dedicated teachers, students, parents, and community partners, BRCVPA would not have been able to achieve this honor! THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU DO FOR OUR STUDENTS!
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