"Does this shirt make me look smarter?" shirts on order! Forms sent home earlier in test folders and can be found on PeachJar. These shirts are a fundraiser to help our Jr. Beta Club compete at Beta State Convention in Lafayette. Students may wear these shirts on Friday as a spirit shirt. Money and orders are due Jan. 31. Shirts are $10 each.
Our Jeans day and Any shirt day for $1 each on Friday will be going toward our technology funds. Thank you for supporting our technology to better our "A" school!
Congratulations to our BVE and St. Mary Parish Elementary Teacher of the Year, Ms. Jenny Williams!! Also, congratulations to fifth grader Blaze Harrison, our BVE Student of the Year!! We're so proud of you for all your hard work and outstanding effort! Thanks for helping to make BVE an "A" school!
Missing a newsletter or flyer that may have been sent home? Register for PeachJar! PeachJar is an email flyer system that sends flyers and newsletters from our school directly to your email. Just enter your info and Bayou Vista Elementary School when you register.
For Students: "You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself." -Jim Rohn
For Staff: "Character isn't something you were born with and can't change, like fingerprints. It's something you weren't born with and must take responsibility for forming." -Jim Rohn
As part of this observation, parents are encouraged to "Take the Pledge" to empower kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully, thus providing young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.
Here's the pledge: I pledge to empower my kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully. Together, we will provide young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.
Why take the pledge? While technology provides increased opportunities for students, there is also a responsibility to teach them about technology's pitfalls so they can avoid them. If we don't teach our kids, who will?