Next week will be the BES Book Fair. Additionally, BES students will participate in a Read-A-Thon Monday, March 6th from 1:30-3:00pm. Students are encouraged to wear their pajamas and bring a pillow/blanket to read comfortably. See attached image for more details as well as the schedule for the week.
Our March lunch menu is ready to view!
EDITIED!: Spring Picture Day will be at BES next Wednesday, March 1st. Individual student pictures and class pictures will be taken. No payment is due upfront for individual student photos. After these pictures are taken, a packet of pictures will be sent home for you to decide if you want to purchase. Please remember if you do not want any of these pictures, you simply return them to the school. If you would like to purchase a class photo payment is due online before picture day OR the day of the class picture by returning the envelope sent home with students today. The class photo will be $10. To preorder go to: www.strawbridge.net Click "Order Pictures" and enter the code: FM415617
Pendleton County Schools will be operating on a three hour delay Monday, February 13th.
Today's school counselor to be recognized is Ms. Kellee Waddell; she feels that this position gives her an opportunity to remind students how wonderful they are. Her role is to support each student to be the best "them" they can be and to develop social and emotional skills.
Today's school counselor to be recognized is Ms. Victoria Rhodes who aspires to contribute positively to the school culture where students, families, and teachers feel seen, heard, and supported. Ms. Rhodes' advice is to never assume you what someone else is thinking.
Today's school counselor to be recognized is Mr. Phillip (PJ) Combs. Mr. Combs' favorite aspect of counseling is that he can serve the entire school body, and he strives to maximize student potential. Mr. Combs feels that everyone can benefit from learning acceptance.
Today's school counselor to be recognized is Mr. Steven Barnett who provides academic, career, and social emotional support to all students so that they may successful in and out of the classroom. Mr. Barnett enjoys mentoring students and helping them grow into mature adults.
Today's school counselor to be recognized is Ms. Ali Judy who has been a school counselor for 9 years. Ms. Judy says that being a school counselor is rewarding because she gets to help students succeed and she has an opportunity to make a difference in young people's lives.
February 6-10 is National School Counseling week! Thank your school counselor this week for all that they do!
Happy Groundhog Day! Phil saw his shadow this morning so be prepared for 6 more weeks of winter 🥶 Our very own Punxsutawney Phil Ambassador, Mrs. Lambert enjoyed the day with her students 😁🎩❄️
Pendleton County Schools will be operating on a two hour delay on Wednesday, February 1st.
Our February menu is here! Don't forget you can easily access our menus in our app, download it today from your app store by searching Pendleton County Schools. This app can also allow you to get notifications about school delays and closures.
Pendleton County Schools will be operating on a two hour delay on Friday, January 27th.
Today, Thursday, January 26th will be Summer Saver Day #5. Staff and students will be working remotely.
Pendleton County Schools will be operating on a three hour delay on Thursday, January 26th.
BES Kindergarten has been busy. Pics include a STEAM activity on How Penguins stay warm in Antarctica and a Writing activity about the book “Sneezy the Snowman.” Wonderful work 👌😁
Wednesday, January 25th will be Summer Saver Day #4. All staff and students will be working remotely.
Pendleton County Schools will be operating on a 3 hour delay, Wednesday, January 25th.
Preschool registration dates have been announced, so mark your calendars! For more information you can head to the Registration Section of our website: https://www.pendletoncountyschools.com/documents/parent-%26-student-info/registration-packet/286054