On Monday, November 25, 2019 the Junior League of Baton Rouge is hosting a Kids in the Kitchen event at the Family and Youth Service Center from 6-7:30 pm. Children ages 5-16 can attend this free workshop. You can see more details on the flyer below. You can also register at https://kidsinthekitchen-nov25.eventbrite.com.
The 2019-2020 First Grade class performed The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind! This short play celebrated the accomplishment of William Kamkwamba, who at age 14 built a windmill in his village in Malawi in Africa. The windmill brought electricity to his family and irrigated the dry fields during a severe drought in the country.
We are pleased to present the 2019 First Grade Mini Production of The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind.
For a quick introduction to William and to hear him tell his amazing story, click the video below!
Today's pro tip is all about finding affordable technology for students. With the holiday season coming up, we know that many of you will be purchasing gifts for your kiddos. We wanted to share the amazing mission of Technology for the Future. This organization is all about connecting every student in America with a laptop and the support to pursue their dreams.
When you visit the laptop store on the site, you will see a variety of brands and devices including MacBooks and Chromebooks. These computers are as low as $49.99!! A portion of all proceeds goes towards their laptop scholarships program for deserving students in low income schools.
You can also choose to just give a donation to support their scholarship program.
Visit https://technologyforthefuture.org/ to check out the laptops available right now. They are always updating the computers available, so check back often.
For our schoolwide Manners of the Heart reward for November, we are attending the LSU vs. Nicholls Basketball Game on December 3.
Our assigned Player we will be cheering for is Karli Seay! Karli is a Junior at LSU and has been attending school there since her sophomore year. She is originally from Illinois. Karli has been playing basketball since she was four years old! You can read more about Karli here: https://lsusports.net/sports/womens-basketball/roster/karli-seay/16357
To support Karli and help cheer on the Lady Tigers, you can make and decorate a sign to bring to the game. This would be a great project for over the Thanksgiving Holidays.
Wednesday November 14 was National Pickle Day. Students celebrated by bringing $1 to wear green and receive a pickle to enjoy!
You discover a door. Will you walk through?
BRCVPA 4th Grade has once again created a stage experience like no other. Your students will be transported through history as they learn about trust, acceptance and standing up for what is right.
The 4th Grade Students at BRCVPA have created this show from start to finish. They wrote the script, composed the music, created the sets, wired the lights, designed costumes and make-up, and so much more!
Please join us on December 12th, 2019 for BRCVPA’s evening performance of their original opera: THE DOOR. Tickets available for $1 and the show starts at 6:30 pm.
Other performances scheduled:
Click on the link below to see a student produced commercial for THE DOOR.
If you are a school and would like to attend a FREE performance of our opera on December 11 at 9:30 am, please contact Mrs Manning at email@example.com or call BRCVPA at 344-0084.
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