Baileywick is a place of joyful and purposeful learning. We honor and develop each child’s individual strengths in an environment that encourages risk taking and creativity. Our community’s collective diversity of thought, experience and background comprise the strength of our school.
New kindergarten families are invited to join us for a virtual orientation on Tuesday, June 8 at 9:30 AM. A link to the meeting will be posted on Baileywick’s website on the morning of the event. An additional in-person kindergarten orientation and meet and greet will take place on August 23.
End of Grade Assessments for Students in Grades 3-5
As part of the state and federal legislation, students in grades 3-8 are administered the End-of-Grade (EOG) tests at the end of the school year. The state requires for these tests to be administered in-person. Students enrolled in the Virtual Academy are encouraged, but not required, to take the assessments. A message was sent to all VA families last week regarding registration and transportation. If you did not receive the message, please contact the front office at (919)518-0090. All students attending school in-person will be required to take the assessments.
Tuesday, May 25: Grades 3-5 (Virtual Academy) Reading
Thursday, May 27: Grade 5 VA and in-person Science; Grade 3 Reading
Friday, May 28: Grade 3 Math
Tuesday, June 1: Grade 4 Reading
Wednesday, June 2: Grade 5 Reading
Thursday, June 3: Grade 4 Math
Friday, June 4: Grade 5 Math
Monday, June 7-9: Make-ups as needed
Fifth Grade Celebration: Parent Needed
To allow all students and families to participate, this year’s celebration will be virtual. The ceremony will be at 10 AM on Thursday, June 10. In the afternoon, there will be a special drive through celebration in the front parking for all students. Students in grades K-4 will line the parking lot for our traditional fifth grade walk.
5th grade parents are needed to help plan the afternoon celebration. Please reach out to Ms. Hyde, Ms. Smith or Ms. McBride if you are interested in helping.
Critical Guidance Update
Handling Suspected, Presumptive, or Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Guidelines was sent by the district to all families on Thursday, February 25. The document provides updated information regarding illness, exposure and when to return to school. The link can be found HERE.
Snack Drive: We are working with our community partners to gather snacks for Baileywick students in need of support. If your family is able to contribute, we welcome your support. Snacks must be individually wrapped due to health and safety guidelines. Donations can be placed in the plastic bin at the front entry of the school.
Title I Overview and Parent Compact
Title I Overview and Parent Compact: Baileywick Elementary receives schoolwide Title I funding to upgrade the complete educational program. The school wide program is available to schools based on the number of students who receive free or reduced lunch. As part of our shared responsibility for high student achievement, we ask all families, students and teachers to read and acknowledge Baileywick’s Home-School Compact.Spanish Compact English Compact
Descripción general del Título I y acuerdo con los padres: La escuela primaria Baileywick recibe fondos del Título I de toda la escuela para mejorar el programa educativo completo. El programa para toda la escuela está disponible para las escuelas según la cantidad de estudiantes que reciben almuerzo gratis o reducido. Como parte de nuestra responsabilidad haré de alto rendimiento estudiantil, solicitamos a todas las familias, los estudiantes y los maestros a leer y reconocer el Hogar y la Escuela de Baileywick.Pacto español English Compact
Family Guide to Supporting Remote Learning
The link below provides information specific to Baileywick about school communication, attendance, technology support and schedules for VA/Remote Learning. Please review it carefully and contact us if you have questions or concerns.