Memorial Day was first celebrated on May 30, 1868. It was observed by placing flowers on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers during the first national celebration. After World War I, Memorial Day was changed from honoring those who lost their life during the civil war to honoring Americans who died fighting in any war. See the fact file below for more information on Memorial Day.
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This flyer will also be posted on the
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You can now utilize EBR's online payment system to make payments to the school!
Currently, we are accepting 2016-2017 School Supply Fee payments and Spirit Shirt Orders online. Coming next year, you will be able to pay Extended Day, Instrumental Rentals, Field Trip Fees and more!
We hope this new option makes things a little easier for our amazing parents! Click the link below to
pay your 2016-2017 Supply Fee and/or order Spirit Shirts!
We look forward to seeing you at camp!
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Please feel free to email us pictures of your summer vacation fun! We will post them on the blog for our families and friends to enjoy throughout the summer! :-)
Please join us for the next school improvement team meeting, which will be held on Thursday, May 19h at 2pm in the library.
THE CLASS OF 2023
is GRADUATING from
Reminder: The promotion ceremony is tomorrow,
May 17, 2016 at 9:00 am.
Read below for more information on the Playmakers' Show!
In My Habitat is Where It’s At, Bonnie Bear is a small-town bear from northern Louisiana who dreams of making it big as jazz singer in New Orleans. To fulfill her dream, Bonnie goes on a journey through the great state of Louisiana, travelling through the regions of Sportsman’s Paradise, Crossroads, Cajun Country, Plantation Country, and finally Greater New Orleans. Along the way, she meets native critters of each region who try to convince her that their habitat is the best. Each new friend explains to Bonnie that they serve a function in their particular home and that their habitat could not thrive without them. Throughout her journey, Bonnie is amazed by all the biodiversity that exists in one state and in the end must choose for herself which region she will call home.
Playmakers' touring plays are 45-minute shows that focus on an educational topic based on the needs of our unique community. This year’s show, My Habitat is Where It’s At, was written by high school students in a playwriting class at the Runnels School.
Monday, May 16.
Today on the playground, several of our students witnessed a turtle laying eggs. During extended day, students built a safety zone for the eggs to protect them from curious kiddos!
Box Turtle Facts:
1. Box turtles get their name because when in danger, they can close their whole body into their shell like they are hiding in a box.
2. Box turtles can live up to 100 years!
3. Box turtles eggs take about 2-3 months to hatch.
4. Box turtles are omnivorous. They eat both plants and other living creatures.
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