Kindergarten students learned about magnets. They explored various items that are both magnetic and non-magnetic during centers.
Smithsonian Magazine is sponsoring Museum Day Live on Saturday, September 23.
You can receive a free ticket to the Louisiana museum of your choice! All you have to do is click the link, enter your email, select your state, and the museum you'd like to visit from the drop-down menu.
The ticket will be emailed to you shortly after!
The deadline to turn in fundraiser packets and money is Monday, September 18th.
You have a few more days to meet your goal and qualify for a ride in a Hummer limousine to Curbside Burgers for a treat!
Out-of-town family and friends can order through the website. Click the image below to download the flyer and get started!
If you nee another order form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send another one home with your child today.
Our monthly Manners of the Heart Celebration is Friday, September 29th and We NEED YOU!!!
If you would like to volunteer to run a Sports Station, please click on the link to volunteer:
Some of the Sports Stations include Football, Basketball, and Soccer. If you would just like to volunteer, there is a space for you too. Expertise in a sport not required – Having fun and loving the outdoors mandatory.
On Friday, September 15th, at 7:00 pm, our very own Talented Drama Teacher, Mercedes Wilson, and 5th grade student, Donovan T., will be participating in an event titled Dear Friend. This is a performance of letters representing the different communities and diverse perspectives that form our collective American story. Admission is free!
Note: The performance rating is PG-13. So, some of the content may
not be appropriate for younger audience members.
Don't forget that we have school pictures on Thursday, September 14th. Picture information and order forms went home last week. We look forward to seeing all of our cute kiddos in free dress! Everyone gets free dress!
These will be the official 2017-2018 yearbook pictures, so look your best and smile!
Parents/guardians of students at BRCVPA have access to the Student Progress Center which will display student data. All parents will require a Parent Security Number (PSN) when registering as a new user. You may click on the link below and type "PSN" in the comment section to request your parent security number (PSN). For security reasons, the person accessing the student data must supply information that matches the data in the student database.
Our maps are finished! Students combined their knowledge of maps and the art technique of pointillism to create a Louisiana Population Map. Students had to research the population of major cities across Louisiana and then create a map using the information they found. Each map had to include a compass rose, legend/key, title, at least 5 cities in Louisiana, and the data had to be accurate.
Kindergarten students enjoyed presenting their All About Me projects to the class. The All About Me project is important because it helps students answer the very important question, "What makes me unique and special?"
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