For Festive FriYAY, you can wear your most festive holiday clothes and accessories! Let's finish this semester (and year) off with a bang!
Please enjoy our Instrumental Music Holiday Concert! In it, you will see students of various grade levels playing all sorts of instruments! We hope you enjoy and have a wonderful holiday season!
Tomorrow is for our December MOH event, for students who have earned their December Manners of the Heart Positive Behavior Incentive. Your child’s teacher will let you know by Monday, December 14th if your child cannot participate in the PJ Day or Party.
Wear your favorite pajamas and enjoy your class holiday party!
Savannah J. was in 4 performances for Cangelosi Dance Project (CDP) The Holiday Nutcracker Ballet this weekend at the Brown-Holt Theatre at The Dunham School. We are so proud of her! She’ll be joining the Junior Company at CDP in January. We are so proud of her!
For Winter Wonderland Wednesday tomorrow, you can wear your favorite holiday sweater to spread warmth and cheer!
This is a reminder that we will have early dismissal Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week. Carpool students should be picked up by 12:45 all 3 days. We will have Extended Day services on Wednesday and Thursday only. There is NO Extended Day on Friday, December 18th! All students should be picked up by 12:45 Friday. We will offer drop-in Extended Day services on Wednesday and Thursday for $25.00 per day (pick-up at 5:30 p.m.). Please email email@example.com to register for drop-in.
ALL Virtual Schedules on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will end at 12:00 p.m.
To receive boxed meals over winter break, please visit ebrschools.org for more information or click the link to register: https://focusfoods.formstack.com/forms/ebr_home_delivery_form_copy_copy
All EBRPSS students are eligible for this service.
Sign up while supplies last. Happy Holidays!
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Kelly Adkinson! If you don't already know, Ms. Adkinson, often referred to by students as "Ms. A," is our phenomenal Visual Art Teacher. She is a beloved and positive force on our campus, and is responsible for many of the beautiful decorations and sets seen at BRCVPA!
Ms. Adkinson began her teaching career in the fall of 2013 at Twin Oaks Elementary School as a 3rd Grade ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies Teacher. She did that for 2 years, then taught ELA and Social Studies only the following year. She came to BRCVPA in 2016-2017 as a 4th Grade Science and Social Studies Teacher. During that time, she wowed her students with excellent instruction, fabulous classroom decor, and over the top costumes...everyone from Ben Franklin to Bob Ross!
While teaching Science and Social Studies, she pursued her Visual Arts Ancillary Certification, and made the transition to the Visual Arts teacher in 2019-2020.
Ms. Adkinson's favorite thing to teach is children! She is very passionate about teaching visual art because she is able to integrate ALL subjects into her lessons while inspiring young artists. Not only can she integrate each subject area, but she is happy for the opportunity to help her fellow teachers by presenting their content in a visual and project-based way to help them make connections across content areas.
It is Ms. Adkinson's belief that teaching a child a new skill that they have never seen before can often be the tricky part of teaching, but inspiring them to be lifelong learners and explorers who find wonder at every path is the the rewarding part! She says that college is where she learned what a teacher does, but BRCVPA is where she learned how to inspire children, and for that she will be forever grateful.
We are so grateful to have Ms. Adkinson as a part of our Faculty and Staff! Please give her the biggest air hug when you see her on campus!!!!
Here are some things her students, parents, and colleagues had to say:
Join us for Holiday Spirit Week!! It starts tomorrow with the theme, "Celebrating Our Super Stars!"
Wear all the lights, sparkle, sequins, and things that shine! Five Days 'til Break!
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