Bulldog Bulletin for the Week of 11/22/21
11/24-11/27- No SCHOOL
12/3- Interims Go Home via Email
12/7- PTA Meeting at 7pm
12/20-½- No SCHOOL
1/14- End of Quarter
1/17-1/18- No SCHOOL
An ask from Mrs. Nelson!
We are trying to make sure every single staff member or WCPSS staff that works directly with our students have at least 5 cards of appreciation. Please help us by signing up to create a card. Please try to keep this a secret and turn the cards into the office. You can have your student drop them off or stop by yourself. Please make sure the card has a picture, a staff member's name, and a note. Please sign up from the list below and turn them in by December 8th. If you want to make one for your child’s teacher and the slots are full that is fine, but please help us with other staff as well.
Here is the link.
From the PTA- Sign UP Link
The PTA Hospitality Committee needs help planning the annual Briarcliff Holiday Lunch. Please drop off items at the school by Thursday 12/9/21. We will have a basket for the gift cards at the main office. Please label drinks & candy "PTA" and it can go in the teachers lounge. Thank you!!
No-Fuss Fundraiser- HELP US get to $12,000!!!
BES Families, because of you we are SO close to reaching our BIG GOAL of $ 12,000!!
Next week the kids will get to throw water balloons at Mrs Nelson AND they will also have a brain break day for reaching our 10K mark. If we can make the 12K goal by Tuesday the kids will get a special visit and treat from Beau the Bulldog!! When we all chip in everybody wins!!! Here is a link to the BES PTA Website!
Brain Break Day
Thanks for all of the donations to the PTA “No Fuss Fundraiser”, students have earned the next two rewards. Mrs. Nelson will have balloons thrown at her and the kids will have a day full of fun activities on Tuesday! Teachers will let you know what the students are allowed to bring for the day. Please note students are responsible for any items they bring to school. Watch for a note from your child’s teacher!
Mako Medical Testing
Our school, in partnership with MAKO Medical, will begin offering weekly, on-campus COVID-19 testing for students and staff. COVID-19 testing is an effective way to reduce transmission, especially when layered with other measures.
We strongly recommend all families participate in this free program. Participation helps safeguard the entire school community and gives you information to help you keep your children healthy.
Participation in the program is voluntary. A parent or guardian must register any K-12 student under 18 years old in order for a COVID-19 test to be administered. Pre-K students who attend school within K-12 school buildings are eligible for the state-approved vendor testing with Mako. However, Pre-K students who attend school outside of K-12 school buildings are not eligible for the state-approved vendor testing with Mako.
The testing is simple: Trained MAKO Medical staff quickly and gently swab students’ noses. They place all the swabs in a single tube (that’s the pooling step). The samples in that tube are then tested as a single sample, using one test. If a positive test is received, everyone in the “pool” will return to school the next day to take another test to identify the person who tested positive for COVID-19. Learn more about pooled testing.
Thank you for helping to keep our school community safe and healthy.
Principal and Lead Learner