- Tuesday, August 27: Club Sponsors will post club rosters on the wall during recess. Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade will check the list to see which clubs they have been offered. (This is a very exciting day)!
- Students will receive club selection forms in their homeroom classes before dismissal. This will be a unified letter showing all of the clubs the student has been offered.
- Wednesday, August 28th: STUDENT CLUB SELECTION FORMS ARE DUE! Students must turn in the completed form signed by a parent with club fees attached.
- $10.00 club t-shirt fee
- $10.00 dues per club
- Friday, August 30th: Student club selection forms will be processed, and club rosters will be finalized!
- All outstanding balances should be cleared by this day to be eligible for final club placement.
- Tuesday, September 3rd: Morning clubs begin!
- Information about after-school clubs will be sent home after Labor Day.
The morning club audition process is wrapping up! Here is what will happen next:
A very special thank you to Acadian Modern Dentistry for coming and providing lunch to our teachers! Their visit was timed perfectly, because our student, Edmund, came in to the office upset when his tooth "wouldn't go back in its spot." Acadian Modern Dentistry came to the rescue! Edmund then got a special visit from the tooth fairy! He was very brave.
Instrumental music classes are being formed to teach your child to play one of the Band/Orchestra instruments. All instrumental music classes are held during the art block.
Michael R. Fuller
Instrumental Music Teacher
BRCVPA Students who turn in their summer reading certificates by Friday, August 30th will receive a free dress pass for September 6th! If you haven't turned yours in already, send it in today!
STRIPES is a program that prepares first year students for the transition to LSU. Students earn their stripes by learning LSU history and traditions, meeting other first year students, finding opportunities to get involved, and learning about the LSU campus.
The STRIPES organization surprised BRCVPA by delivering Teacher Appreciation Baskets. It was such a welcomed surprise, and the buckets even came with a stack of thank you cards from LSU students thanking the teachers and providing words of encouragement.
Thank you so much!!
Ms. James' students had the opportunity to test out three types of erosion on a cookie. Then, using the information from their investigation, conclude which type of erosion was most efficient and occurred the fastest!
Have you ever wondered why Louisiana is losing so much land? Well, in Ms. James' 4th grade science class, students conducted a real-world experiment to help them understand why our land is "disappearing" and to come up with possible solutions. Keep up the great work, Ms. James!
Thank you to everyone who is participating in our school-wide fundraiser. If you haven't received a permission slip, or you need another one, click on the link above. The boxes are here in the office, so all you need to do is stop by and pick up a box or fill out the form and one will be sent home with your child. All funds will be used to provide instructional support personnel in the classroom to help our students learn, grow, and succeed this year!
BRCVPA has been nominated BR Parents in two categories:
In a fun summer play, Paige played the role of “Jazz”, an aspiring singer amongst other aspiring stars.
The play is set in a community park where a group of choir members, led by the choir director, are doing community service while waiting for an opportunity to show their talents to a famous rock star that would be coming to town to shoot a music video (hence the reason “Jazz” was dressed up for community service).
Students in Ms. Curtis' class are staying on task and focused with their flex seating arrangement. Ms. Curtis has a variety of seat types to ensure every student gets to move, wiggle, and still accomplish the task at hand. Students are looking forward to trying out all the different seats she has in her classroom. Thank you Ms. Curtis for always finding creative ways to engage students in the learning process.
The first few days of school have come and gone, and things are starting to smooth out! Thank you for your patience as we work to run the most safe and efficient carpool line possible!
Please remember the following:
With your help, we can end carpool by 3:40 p.m. every day! Our record so far this year is 3:48...let's shave off those 8 minutes by being safe and efficient! Thank you for your cooperation!
This summer Carmen met one of the Backstreet Boys, AJ McLean at the airport, who happened to be on the same airplane as her. He was super nice. Definitely a great way to end a summer vacation!
The much anticipated Ezequiel Casimere Elwood was born July 26th, and Leonessa could not be more excited! Mom says she is the BEST big sister! Welcome Ezequiel! We can't wait to see you in a BRCVPA uniform!
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