Principal – Julie Motomura
Assistant Principal – Karen Hebert
Counselor – Rachelle Peters
Administrative Assistant to the Principal – Kay Whitehead
PEIMS/Registrar/Attendance Clerk – Staci Terrier
Office Clerk – Dianne Hardy
Receptionist – Rebecca Baker
BES Student Council enjoying a field trip to Mellow Mushroom and Elise’s Playhouse
BES will celebrate
“Proud to be an American Day”
Monday, May 20
~Spring Music Programs~
|Kindergarten – May 23rd at Graduation||4th Grade – May 20th 2:15|
|1st Grade – May 2nd 1:30||5th Grade – May 21st 1:30|
|2nd Grade – May 2nd 2:15||Choir Program – May 21st 2:15|
|3rd Grade – May 20th 1:30|
Celebrating the class of 2031
Thursday, May 23, 2019
(located next t0 the Buna High School)
You are invited to our End of the Year Award Programs
When: Friday, May 24, 2019
in your child's classroom
|PK ….8:00||3rd grade…..9:30|
|1st grade……..9:00||5th grade…..8:15|
5th Six Weeks Cougars with Character!
Pre-K: Kynadi Hancock
Kindergarten: Joni Davis
1st Grade: Newt Smith
2nd Grade: Tracee Tanton
3rd Grade: Abigail Woods
4th Grade: Maddy Merkelz
5th Grade: Kimber Pyburn
We’ve implemented the following changes to keep our students safe. This information was sent home at the end of last school year.
SAFETY ADDITIONS AND REMINDERS
A new lock will be installed on the front door that will allow us to control who enters the building, along with a camera monitoring system which will require you to push a button, show your ID, and state the reason for your visit. While we know this is inconvenient, we also know we want to keep your children safe, and this is one way of doing just that. All other entry doors will remain locked as they were all year.
The grade level hallway doors will be locked with specific measures in place to protect kids in hallways.
Parents will still be allowed to have lunch with their students but only on Fridays. This will allow us to have an officer present during high traffic times at the elementary.
Our plan is to have an officer here frequently as added protection.
We will practice. While many of you are hesitant for your children to practice the scary safety drills necessary to prepare them for an intruder, we simply must. The only way to try and control our response to ANY situation is to have a plan and practice it. In addition to the regular fire and weather drills, we’ll have what we call “Stranger Drills” that we’ll practice several times throughout the year.
We also have procedures in place for every location on campus and outside. We’ve developed a plan we believe to be safe. This plan will help ensure our kids are protected in case of the unthinkable.