Some of the animals are having trouble speaking, so the wise old owl recommends visiting the old lady because "She'll have a wish to make them all well." The little old lady means well, but it appears she has a little trouble remembering which wish to use- the cat ends up clucking, the dog quacks and the mouse says "cock-a-doodle-doo". This continues a few times until everything *almost* returns back to normal.
Check out some of the highlights from our magnificent kindergarten mini-production. A special thank you to Ms. Elston for writing the script, the arts staff for bringing the script to life, and the incredible kiddos for doing a wonderful job and bringing smiles to all our hearts!
Due to the heavy rain and thunderstorm forecast for Louisiana Wednesday and Thursday, we have decided to postpone the Rainbow Run until the week of May 7-11th. We will set an exact date closer to the event so we can pick the most ideal weather for a picnic and color run!
We know you are disappointed, and we are too! But we do have some good news!
The arts staff have planned some fun events during arts block including dancing, karaoke, and lip sync battles!
The rain should clear up before the Curbside fundraiser Thursday night!
Well, at least we are prepared!
Before our spring picnic and rainbow run on March 29th, we will have our kindergarten mini-production based on the book, "Whoops!" by Suzi Moore. In the story, animals get all mixed up and start making each other's sounds. We hope to see you there!
Parents of incoming kindergarteners and new families to BRCVPA for next school year are encouraged to attend!
This is the last call to turn in completed booklets for the Reading 4 Education fundraiser. These packets were sent home a few weeks ago, and contain a booklet. We are asking that you fill out, sign, and return the booklet. There is no financial obligation, and the school gets money for every envelope returned!
Students who bring back the booklet get to pick a prize from the prize bucket, and are entered to win a minion robot!
DEADLINE TO TURN IN PACKETS IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28TH.
Click on the link below to see a list of the top 100 public schools in Louisiana serving kindergarten through 8th grade.
Baton Rouge Center for Visual and Performing Arts made the list. Scroll down to #22!
This is a testament to all the hard work our teachers, students, and stakeholders put in to educating students each and every day!
Thank you, BRCVPA school families!
The Free Dress Friday campaign we started on March 9 raised $992.00 so far! We greatly appreciate your support to get our students to the Destination Imagination Global Finals in Knoxville, TN. The students are working diligently to represent both BRCVPA and our entire city well..
This is a reminder that tomorrow is one of the designated free-dress Fridays! You can either pay $7.00 in advance for the rest of the Fridays, or pay $1.00 each time! Thank you for your support! We look forward to seeing all of the students in their free dress tomorrow!
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