June 7, 2015

Hello BCS!

 

It was another great week at BCS!  Smiles, energy and a passion to learn continued.  If you haven’t “liked” Birmingham Covington School on Facebook yet, please do so to check out new pictures from the past week’s experiences and learning that we post each week.

 

As you enter BCS tomorrow, please take a moment to view the art exhibition located in the front window foyer put together by our 7/8 Painting Studio. The exhibition is in honor of Mr. Melton's retirement after a remarkable 20 years of teaching art at BCS and close to 50 years teaching in the Birmingham District. The students created works inspired by Mr. Melton -- who he is, where he came from, what he liked, what he taught. The impact Jerry Melton had teaching art as science and science as art in his incredible studio classroom reached every 3-8 grade student at BCS -- an effect through the many years on over 12,000 kids from just BCS alone!  Thank you, Mr. Melton, for all you have shared with our students, our families, our faculty and staff. You will be greatly missed by all!

 

Our annual BCS Move up Day is tomorrow, Monday, June 8 from 9:00-10:30 AM.  This is an opportunity, unique to BCS, that we provide to help support a successful transition for our students as the “move up” to the next grade.  Our new 3rd graders for next year join us as well, and their parents/guardians join us in the media center for a presentation around the 3/4 experience at BCS.  Our current 8th graders will be treated to an amazing Frisbee show in the gym performed the Flying Aces.  Additionally, we are providing a Move Up Night for Parents on this same day, Monday, June 8, in the media center for incoming 5th and 8th grade parents/guardians (or new parents joining us in grades 6 or 8.  Following are the details for Move Up Night for Parents:

  • Entering 5th grade at 6:30 PM (share the differences between the 5/6 experience and the 3/4 experience)
  • Entering 7th grade at 7:00 PM (share the differences between the 7/8 experience and the 5/6 experience)

We are indeed looking forward to an exciting day of move up activities.

 

And finally, please make note of the following special events that are upcoming as we wrap up our final two weeks of the year…

  • Last PTSA Meeting of the Year – Monday, June 8 at 1:15 PM in staff development (Votes on 2015-16 officers and budget)
  • 8th grade Ceremony and Celebration – Tuesday, June 9 at 6:30 PM
  • Wacky Recess – Wednesday, June 10 (sign up to volunteer your help)
  • Thursday, June 12 – 3/4 party at BCS, 5/6 to Imagination Station, 7/8 to Cedar Point
  • Last Day of School – Friday, June 12, half day dismissal at 11:30 AM (no choice hour)

 

An important “save the date” for 2015!  BCS 20 Year Celebration will be an open house format on Saturday, November 28, 2015 from 3:00-6:00 PM at BCS.  Check out #BCSTurns20 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

 

Sales of the limited number of extra yearbooks will take place Monday, June 8th from 7:50 to 8:10 a.m. Sales will be in front of the Media Center. Yearbooks are $45. Bring cash or a check made payable to BCS. Sales will run Monday and Tuesday morning or until all books are sold, whichever comes first.

 

And finally, in this last week of school, we would also like to wish well Jeanne Jacobs, for her over 11 years of service supporting the great learning at BCS as our building guest teacher and overall “Jill of all trades”, as she moves on to this next life adventure with her move with her family to North Carolina.  Sincere thanks for all Jeanne has done over the years to support the learning of our students and staff in this great BCS community.  She will be missed!  Read below for Jeanne’s farewell letter to our community.

 

Gearing up for the final week of learning and celebration at BCS!

 

Wishing you well,

Mark Morawski

mmorawski@birmingham.k12.mi.us

@mark_morawski

 

For previous issues of the BCS WAG click here.

 

A FOND FAREWELL FROM A DEAR BCS COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND – JEANNE JACOBS

It is with a heavy heart that I begin my final week at BCS.  Over the last eleven years I have been part of each and every classroom at BCS, taught multiple choice hours from card-making to origami, coached the middle school Science Olympiad team, and worked as the Yearbook Advisor.  It has, simply put, been the best job I have ever had. 

To the parents of BCS, I thank you for all the support you have given your students and to me.  It is evident every day how much you love and support your wonderful children.  I have received many hugs over the last month since my departure has become common knowledge.  It truly touches my heart to know I will be missed.

To my colleagues, I thank you for entrusting your students to me from time to time.  It isn’t easy to leave “your kids” to someone else, and I am grateful for your trust.  Many of you are more than co-workers; you are valued friends.

To the students, I will miss you more than anyone else.  Through your interactions with me I have learned so much about compassion, hope, humor, life, and, yes, even a little academics.  Working with you has been the high point of the last eleven years.

As I say goodbye to all of you, I wish you all a very successful future and a life full of joy.  BCS truly is a great place to be.  I am honored to have been a part of it for so long. 

 

Character Connections Word of the week:  GRATITUDE

Infuse this word into your conversations/lessons with your family as a character education focus.  There will be a new word every two weeks.

  • “Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves, and spend without fear of bankruptcy.”Fred De Witt Van Amburgh
  • “Gratitude turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity...it makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”Melody Beattie
  • “I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.”G.K. Chesterton
  • “Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.”Charles Dickens

 

A THANK YOU FROM THE PARENTS OF TREVOR SULLIVAN

Would like to take this time and thank you and your students and staff for all of your support for Trevor and my family.  The generosity from you and the entire Birmingham Public Schools District is simply overwhelming for my wife and me.  The amount raised from the recent “Blue Out Week” will go towards Trevor’s ongoing critical care and daily needs.  Special Shout Out to Max and Ethan for their support!!!  Trevor had ‘clinicals’ yesterday out at U of M and the doctors were impressed by how well he is doing over the past month; his heart rate and blood pressures are looking good and the anxiety he was getting having to wear a defibrillator 24/7 has diminished.  Overall he is doing a lot better now than he has been over the past 4 months.  Now we just need to wait for the ‘call’.  Thank you to you and the entire Birmingham Covington School Community for your ongoing support, it is greatly appreciated!

 

JOIN TEAM FITZ IN THE 3-DAY

To continue our Serve Locally efforts, let’s keep our support of Karen Fitzgerald going by joining the BCS community “Team Fitz” in the Susan G Komen 3-Day Walk Summer 2015.  For more information, contact Elizabeth Cook or Susie Englehart.  To sign up for the 3-Day on August 7-9, 2015 in the Detroit area, click here, then click on “Register and Join a Team”.  The team name is “Team Fitz” and the password to join is “teamfitz”.

 

GaGa Student-Led Service Learning Project

A team of students from BCS want to serve locally by helping a school in Detroit.  Click here to find out about their project and how you can help and share their story soliciting others to support them.

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE BPS COMMUNITY RELATIONS DEPARTEMNT

A suspicious vehicle was seen at Harlan Elementary this week.  Yesterday, a similar vehicle was seen on a side street next to Harlan.  It is not known if this is the same vehicle.  When the individual was approached by a staff member, he quickly left the property.  Police were contacted and are currently investigating.  The vehicle is a white utility-type van with the word “wood” on the side.  The individual is described as a white male, age in the fifties with salt and pepper hair.  Although this incident occurred in the Harlan area, it is important that all of us be aware of any suspicious individuals or vehicles.  Here are some general safety guidelines for you to talk about with your child.  These guidelines are from the National Crime Prevention Council.

  • Know where you are going and the safest way to get there.
  • Always take care when walking or biking. 
  • Avoid isolated areas and do not wear headphones or text while walking.  You need to be aware of your surroundings at all times. Walking around with a cell phone in sight can make you an easy target. 
  • Always tell an adult where you are going and what time you’ll be back.  Whenever possible, travel with a friend or group of friends.
  • If you think you are being followed, go to the nearest store or public place.  If there isn’t a store or public area nearby, keep moving and don’t be afraid to yell for help or make other noise to draw attention to the situation.
  • Report anything suspicious to the police as quickly as possible and provide as much detail as you can.

 

WEEK AT A GLANCE – Week of June 8-14, 2015

To submit an item for next week’s “WAG”, email cbassett@birmingham.k12.mi.us  by WEDNESDAY 5PM 

Monday, June 8

  • Medicine Pick Up in Front Office-for details see note below
  • Media Center Used Book Sale
  • 7:50-8:10AM Yearbooks sold in front of the Media Center for $45 (limited quantity, first come first serve)
  • 9-10:30AM MOVE UP DAY-for details see note below
  • 1:15-2:15PM PTSA Clearinghouse Meeting (Staff Development)
  • 2:00-3:15PM 8th Grade Celebration Rehearsal
  • 6:30PM 5/6 Parent Move Up Night (Media Center) -for details see note below
  • 7:00PM 7/8 Parent Move Up Night (Media Center) -for details see note below
  • 7-8:30PM Birmingham African American Family Network Meeting at Groves Staff Planning Room

Tuesday, June 9

  • Medicine Pick Up in Front Office-for details see note below
  • Media Center Used Book Sale
  • 7:50-8:10AM Yearbooks sold in front of the Media Center for $45 (limited quantity, first come first serve)
  • 9:00AM Harvath/Mali to Harlan Elementary to Read to 1st Graders
  • 6:30PM 8th GRADE CELEBRATION

Wednesday, June 10

  • Medicine Pick Up in Front Office-for details see note below
  • Media Center Used Book Sale
  • Locker Cleanout Day
  • 10:25-11:45AM 3/4 Wacky Recess-for details see note below
  • 12:00-1:20PM 5/6 Wacky Recess-for details see note below
  • 1:30-2:50PM 7/8 Wacky Recess-for details see note below
  • 2:55PM 8th Grade vs Staff Dodgeball Game

Thursday, June 11

  • Medicine Pick Up in Front Office-for details see note below
  • 6:45AM Cedar Point Drop Off, Busses leave at 7AM SHARP. Please arrive at 8:30pm for pick up
  • 8:30AM-3:15PM 5/6 Trip to Imagination Station in Toledo, OH
  • 10:00AM-2:30PM 3/4 Room Parties

Friday, June 12 – Students/Parents – MAKE SURE YOU’VE TURNED IN YOUR CHOICE HOUR FORM FOR NEXT YEAR!           

  • LAST DAY OF SCHOOL – HALF DAY, DISMALL AT 11:30AM Busses are provided, NO lunch service today
  • Medicine Pick Up in Front Office-for details see note below
  • 9:00-10:30AM 7/8 Breakfast

 

ALL  BCS NEWS

Chartwells- BPS Food Service-click -WEEKLY MENU  - for updates click NEWSLETTER  or BREAKFAST MESSAGE


 

SAVE THE DATES – BACK-TO-SCHOOL REGISTRATION IS AUGUST 13 & 18, 2015, 10AM-12PM & 5-7PM

Please mark your calendars with these dates and remember every student should be registered on one of these two dates for next school year!

 

IMPORTANT YEAR-END NOTES FROM THE BCS OFFICE

  • STUDENT MEDICATION - All student medication must be picked up by a parent no later than 4PM, JUNE 18.  Non-emergency medications can be picked up any day during the last two weeks of school.  Student medication or forms do NOT carry over into the next school year.  ALL medications not picked up will be discarded on Friday, June 19.
  • SUMMER PACKETS – The summer homework packets will be posted before the end of the school year.  We will send you an email when they are ready for you to download.
  • LOST AND FOUND – There is an incredible amount of lost and found items.  Please look through the lost and found during these last 2 weeks of school.  You may find an item you didn’t even know was missing.  All lost and found items left after the end of the day on June 19 will be donated. 
  • REPORT CARDS – End of the year report cards will be mailed home on June 19.
  • BOOK FINES - Many students have been issued a FINE NOTICE for lost textbooks or classroom books.  All outstanding fines MUST be cleared up before the end of the school year.  Students may be asked to pay fines before departing on the end of the year field trip.  Please check with your child to see if they have any outstanding fines. 

 

LIMITED NUMBER OF YEABOOKS ON SALE STARTING MONDAY

Sales of the limited number of extra yearbooks will take place Monday, June 8th from 7:50 to 8:10 a.m. Sales will be in front of the Media Center. Yearbooks are $45. Bring cash or a check made payable to BCS. Sales will run Monday and Tuesday morning or until all books are sold, whichever comes first.

 

WACKY RECESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10TH

Dear BCS Parents,

All BCS students will have a special Wacky Recess next Wednesday, with fun team-building events and games that involve a lot of water and other messy items! Please make sure your child packs a school appropriate 1-piece bathing suit, a towel and extra dry clothes.

A free “Wacky Hot Dog Lunch” (with chips, watermelon and milk/juice) will be served to the students by the BCS Proud Dads, compliments of the BCS PTSA.  The PTSA will also be sponsoring an Icee Truck this year allowing one Icee per student.  This will be the only school provided lunch on this day.  Your child may pack a lunch if he or she prefers.

We truly need your support/help to make this year’s Wacky Recess a success and it will only happen with your help. So come out have fun with all of BCS kids and be a kid again yourself during Wacky Recess. Sign up at here.


3/4 Schedule:

10:10-10:25 Prep for Wacky Recess

10:25-11:45 WACKY RECESS

11:45-12:25 LUNCH

5/6 Schedule:

11:05-11:40 LUNCH

11:45-12:00- Prep for Wacky Recess

12:00-1:20 WACKY RECESS

7/8 Schedule

12:30-1:10 LUNCH

1:15-1:30 Prep for Wacky Recess

1:30-2:50 WACKY RECESS

 

LOCKER CLEAN OUT THIS WEEK

Please send in a sturdy garbage bag with your student to carry locker items home. All lockers must be empty by the end of the day. All items left in lockers will be disposed of. SEMESTER 1 AND SEMESTER 2 ART STUDENTS

Please pick up your artwork as soon as possible.  You will find your artwork as follows:

  • 2-Dimensional artwork is in the hallway alcove across from the café.
  • 3-Dimensional artwork is in the hallway alcove across from the café or near or in the media center.

 

ANNUAL OPERATIONS SURVEY: MAINTENANCE & GROUNDS, CUSTODIAL, TRANSPORTATION, AND FOOD SERVICE

As the result of the many changes in our economy, staffing and budgets over the past few years, the Operations Department is continuing our annual survey of the Custodial, Transportation, Food Service and Maintenance & Grounds departments. Each survey takes about 5 minutes to fill out and the continued success of these departments depends on your continued support and input.

Below you will find a link to the surveys, we know this is an extremely busy time of the year for everyone but your input is valued.  Each year we have made improvements over the previous years, which can be directly attributed to these annual survey results and comments! Click on the department to take the survey.

Maintenance & Grounds, Custodial, Transportation , Food Service

Thank you in advance for your participation and please respond by the end of the day on Friday, June 12, 2015.

 

2015-2016 7/8 OPTIONAL FIELD TRIPS

 

MEDIA CENTER NEWS

USED BOOK SALE

The Media Center is making room for new books!  Parents, students, and teachers are welcome to shop our used library book sale this coming week from Monday through Wednesday.  Paperbacks are $0.50 and hardcovers are $1, or you can fill a provided bag for $5.  Stock up on books for summer reading!  All proceeds will go towards purchasing new titles for our library.

 

BEE A READER AND START YOUR SUMMER READING TODAY!

Six books! According to Oakland Schools that is all it takes to prevent the summer reading slide. We want to help our elementary school students maintain or enhance the reading skills they have worked so hard on this school year. Enroll in our Bee A Reader Summer Reading Program online and begin tracking your summer reading minutes. Students that read at least 800 minutes will be acknowledged at a school-wide assembly in the fall.  Enroll at http://bee-a-reader.birmingham.k12.mi.us.

  • eBooks are available for checkout all year long – even during the summer!  To access:
  • Download this app:  BryteWave K-12 Edition
  • Username: child’s school username (not the entire email address)
  • Password:  either the child’s birthday password or their regular district password – try both
  • URL: wbb02427
  • Direct all Media Center questions to Ann Truesdell at atruesdell@birmingham.k12.mi.us.

 

CHOICE HOUR INFORMATION:

1st Quarter 2015-2016 Choice Hour selection sheets were distributed the week of May 18th.  Choice Hour selections WERE DUE in the office ON Friday May 29th at 4:00PM.  We know how difficult it is to plan for September so far in advance, give it your best shot!  You can view the choice hour class offerings at www.bcsonline.info!!

Also, please include proper payment with your Choice Hour selections if you are signing your child up for a 4th and 5th day of Choice Hour.  No payment means no placement.

If you have not turned in your choice hour form, please do so ASAP.

 

PE UPDATES

4th QUARTER - MAY 18 THROUGH THURSDAY, JUNE 12:

Frishman, Seley, Maliszewski, and ParWall 4 will SWIM. Remember to bring a bag for suits, goggles and towels

Butzin, Davis, Harvath, and ParWall 3 will be in the GYM. Be sure that your child wears gym shoes-NO FLIP FLOPS

 

ATHLETICS UPDATES  -for information away events and maps-visit http://bcsonline.info/athletics.html

 

BAND  and ORCHESTRA  INFORMATION  for 5th,6th ,7th,8th grades

Mrs Eliassen's wiki  Practice logs, Assessment schedules , private teacher options , 2014-15 Band calendar .

From Mrs Gillespie     2014-2015 Orchestra Calendar

 

THE  3/4  TEAM  NEWS

MOVE UP NIGHT FOR FUTURE 5TH GRADE PARENTS – Monday, June 8th
Parents of 5th graders and new 6th graders will meet in the Media Center, 6pm. Representatives from the 5/6 team will discuss the daily schedule for your student for next school year. Parents of 7th graders and new 8th graders will meet immediately following to learn more about the transition to 7th grade next school year. Please plan on joining us for these informational meetings.

 

THE  5/6  TEAM  NEWS

 

5/6 END OF THE YEAR FIELD TRIP

The 5th and 6th grades will be traveling to the Imagination Station in Toledo, OH on Thursday, June 11th.

 

THE  7/8  TEAM  NEWS

8TH GRADE CELEBRATION 

•Monday June 8 - Student rehearsal for graduation ceremony (2pm)

•Tuesday June 9 - GRADUATION CEREMONY / DESSERT RECEPTION / FAREWELL DANCE (6:30pm) - All students must arrive NO LATER THAN 6:00pm  (*Note: 8th gr Orchestra arrive 5:15pm / 8th gr Band arrive 5:30pm) 

•Thursday June 11 - Cedar Point trip

•Friday June 12 - 7/8 Farewell breakfast - last day of school (half day) AND the entire 2015 BCS 8th grade class is invited to exclusive party hosted by Sophie D. and Lauren G. 

Questions? Please contact Lynnette Kennedy Ltkennedy38@gmail.com or Karen Bierley kmbierley@gmail.com

 

INCOMING GROVES 9TH GRADERS: DON’T MISS AUDITIONS FOR THE FALL MUSICAL, GREASE!

Auditions for Grease will be held on Tuesday, June 9th from 3-6 pm in the Groves Choir Room (back of the building near the bus loop). Students planning to audition must:

  • Prepare both of the songs from the list of “Audition Songs”
  • Perform a 1-minute pre-selected monologue
  • Perform a short dance routine that will be taught at auditions

Please visit the GPAC website on the Groves Home Page for more details on the above.

Questions?  Contact Mr. Rutherford at JRutherford@birmingham.k12.mi.us

 

CALLING ALL 8TH GRADE INSTRUMENTALISTS!

The Groves Band needs YOU!  You are requested to be a part of our group no matter your skill level.  All that we require is desire.  Please email or call Mr. Jeff Krum if you would like more information on the award-winning, world-travelling Groves Band!  Contact Mr. Krum at 231-250-6935 or jk16bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us

 

Are You Interested in Playing Men's Soccer for the Fall 2015 Season at Seaholm?  

Captain’s Practices, Weight Room Time and Summer Camp at CMU are underway or in process of being scheduled. 

If you or your parents are not on the team e-mail distribution, please contact SeaholmBoysSoccer@gmail.com for more detailed information.

 

8TH GRADE BOYS: ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SEAHOLM MEN’S WATER POLO?

Calling all middle and high schoolers interested in playing Seaholm men’s water polo next fall.  Head Coach Chalmers McGillivary and the current team members will be hosting an “Introduction to Water Polo” session at Seaholm High School on Saturday, May 30th, from 10 to noon.   Please bring a swim suit and towel and plan to join the team in the pool.  We will have pizza and drinks at the end of the session for all attendees.  Questions?  Julie Fream 248 631 9449

 

COMMUNITY NEWS AND INFORMATION FOLLOWS…………          

BIRMINGHAM AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILY NETWORK MEETING - June 8, 7-8:30 p.m.

Join us as we work collectively to address:  Who do our students trust?  What are micro-aggressive behaviors?  What can parents do to support students?  Please join BAAFN as we work to learn more about the challenges faced by our students and begin planning for the 2015-2016 school year. Open to all district parents/guardians. 

Location: Groves Staff Planning Room

 

TRIPLE NICKEL SUPPORTS iMATTER FOR KIDS Monday June 8, 5pm-7pm

Join us for a night of mingling and celebrating the end of the school year.  iMatter for Kids provides entrepreneur leadership, accountability, goal setting and mindset development through a unique peer mentoring program.  $25 donation goes to expanding programs into additional schools this coming year.  Space is limited. Purchase tickets at:  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/imatter-for-kids-sip-and-support-fundraising-event-tickets-16900105671?aff=eac2.

 

THANKS A BILLION – TARGET DONATES TO EDUCATION

Say thanks to a teacher and Target will give $25 to our school! Your message will help reach Targets goal of giving $1 billion to education. Learn more here

 

THE BU FUTURE KINGS MINI-CAMP

June 15-17, 2015 from 1:30 - 3:30 PM at the Troy Sports Center - spots still available!

This camp is open to players who will be in 7th or 8th grade in 2015 and plan to attend Groves, Seaholm, or IA for high school.  Please go the Registration tab for more information and to sign up at www.buvarsity.com. A detailed email will be sent closer to the camp date with more information for all participants.

 

GIRL'S AND BOY'S MIDDLE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP CAMP (GRADES 5-7)

Studies show that early experiences in life impact adult leadership potential.  This camp will teach leadership skills & traits.  Guest speakers, team building, role-playing, games, & creative activities will be used to teach leadership skills including communication skills, problem solving skills, organization, flexibility, & creativity. 

8/3-8/7    BOYS, 9:00am-12:00pm GIRLS, 12:30pm- 3:30pm                     

 There are many summer offerings for middle school students found in the Summer Fun Brochure at www.communityed.net. Or click here for more information.

 

2015 ELEMENTARY ACADEMIC SUMMER SCHOOL-at Groves High School click  Academic Review

Math & Reading Review (Grades K-5) -July 20–August 7 --Monday – Friday 9:00am-12:00pm

Each class is taught by a BPS district teacher and covers the math and reading curriculum set for that specific grade level by Birmingham Public Schools.

This program is designed for students who could benefit from review and reinforcement of math and reading skills. 

Please register by June 1, 2015 so that our summer staff can communicate with your child’s current teacher on how to best meet your student’s individual needs. -  cost $385.00

Exiting 5th graders who like a challenge may enroll in advanced math and/or reading at Seaholm High School

(June 16-July 2).

To register or find more information on these offerings, please visit www.communityed.net or call (248) 203-3800.

 

INTERESTED IN CHEERLEADING    click CHEER

Birmingham Community Education Presents…Middle School Cheerleading-Program Dates: August 24 – October 31

Register at www.communityed.net or call (248) 203-3800.Space is Limited!  Register early!

 Registration is NOW OPEN to current 7th grade students!

Beginning May 1, registration will open to current 6th graders.

Beginning June 1, registration will open to current 5th graders.

Registration Closes - July 1, 2015 

*For the best experience, Covington students should register for the squad that is affiliated most closely with their future high school.  Students that plan to attend Seaholm should register for the Derby Squad and students that plan to attend Groves should register for the Berkshire Squad.

 

CHECK OUT SUMMER FRANKLIN EVENTS here.

 

KIDS BOWL FREE INITIATIVE

Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the first ever Kids Bowl Free program. This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer.  Children whose age does not exceed a limit by a participating bowling center are eligible to register for 2 free games a day, all summer long, courtesy of the participating bowling centers along with the schools and organizations. Visit the website at http://www.kidsbowlfree.com/

 

For additional District and Event News, Athletics Community Sports Groups Information

Click   BPS District eNews

 

To review the District’s Non-Discrimination policy, click here