EBR Parent Power Newsletter!
Please join us for The Spanish Class informational meeting on Wednesday, September 5th at 5:30 in the library. This is both for registered families new to the program and for those interested in enrolling their children. Come learn more about this opportunity for your children to learn Spanish! If you are unable to attend but are interested visit www.thespanishclass.info and look for BRCVPA or call 225-302-5669. Gracias
Our #1 Fundraiser packets are coming home today! This is a wonderful fundraiser for our school and has at ton of interesting items to sell. The funds generated from this fundraiser will allow us to improve the safety of our playground with updates and additional equipment for the students to enjoy!
The students have the opportunity to earn a lanyard with collectible "STACKERZ" as they sell items. They also have the opportunity to earn many other prizes, including a limo ride!
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Our students got some Back-t0-School hugs from the lovable Manners of the Heart Mascot, Wilbur, at our first MOH Event of the year, "Cookies with Wilbur."
They took pictures with him, and enjoyed cookies with their classmates. Thank you to Wilbur for flying in for a visit, to the parent volunteers who came out to make the event a success, and to the students who worked hard to earn the reward!
Next month's incentive will be the BREC on the GEAUX truck, on September 27th. It's going to be so much fun! Click here to volunteer!
Friday was the BIG DAY! Our 3rd - 5th Grade students received their club assignments! Now let the choosing begin. Clubs begin right after Labor Day, so be sure to get the students here on time so they don't miss out! Clubs begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at 8:45 a.m. Monday - Thursday.
Please refer to the club letters your children brought home for details on before and after-school clubs.
Fourth grade students spent the day creating, exploring, and observing erosion through rainfall in their first official science lab of the year! After creating their own piece of the earths surface by mixing soil, sand, and gravel, they created rainmakers to simulate actual rainfall. Step by step they observed the changes that were occurring and recorded their data using diagrams and lab notes.
Are you curious what this year's Fall Fest theme will be? Be sure to come to our first PTO meeting tomorrow! Our Fall Fest committee will reveal the exciting news and discuss ways you can get involved in the PTO's main fundraiser for the year.
Funds raised by the PTO and Fall Fest go directly to support the arts programs at BRCVPA. We hope you will join us for the big reveal, and stay afterwards for curriculum night with the teachers!
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