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  • September Newsletter

    Click here for the September issue of the Beat.  The Beat is a monthly electronic bulletin board with news, salutes and more.  If you have questions or topic ideas, please contact us at thebeat@bpsnebr.org.

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    BMS ADDS ACTIVITY PERIOD TO SCHOOL DAY

    The Beatrice Middle School's newly implemented activity period at the end of the school day is a popular success so far.
     
    The class period runs from 3:15 to 3:45 p.m. every day of the week except on Wednesdays.  Students signed up earlier this year for activities such as singing, chess, math and running clubs, intramural basketball, soccer, volleyball, and tennis, Paws at the Human Society, and Fun For All with Mrs. Lyons.  Of the school's 470 students, 463 were signed up as of Thursday for at least one day of after-school fun.
     
    The goals of the activity period include strengthening relationships between staff and students, instilling in students a sense of enthusiasm about going to school, fun, and learning.  Students who have missing assignments or failing grades miss out on the fun and attend an intervention period during the same time slot until their academic situation improves.  
     
    If people in the community have a talent they would like to share, they can contact the Beatrice Middle School.  The commitment is from 3:15 to 3:45, once a week, for nine weeks.
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    Elementary School Bond Information

    The Beatrice Pubic Schools Board of Education voted at a Special Board Meeting on August 29th to place a bond issue on the ballot for the November 8th, 2016 general election. The question before the public is:

    "Shall Gage County School District 0015 (Beatrice Public Schools) in the State of Nebraska issue its general obligation bonds in an aggregate stated principal amount not to exceed THIRTY FOUR MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($34,880,000.00), for the purpose of paying the costs of constructing, furnishing and equipping a new building of the School District to be used as an elementary school and related improvements; such bonds to be issued from time to time, to bear interest at such rate or rates, to be sold at such prices and to become due at such time or times as may be fixed by, or determined at the direction of, the Board of Education; and

    "Shall the School District cause to be levied and collected annually a special levy of taxes against all the taxable property in the School District sufficient in rate and amount to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds as the same become due?"

    Registered voters will be asked to vote either FOR the said bonds and taxes or AGAINST said bonds and taxes.

    You can find more information by clicking on the links below. As items are added a notation of the date added will be included in parentheses. 

    Thank you for taking time to find out more about our elementary bond issue.  

    Traffic Study

    Informational Flier

    Frequently Asked Questions about the Bond Issue

    Community Forum Information- July 6, 2016 (link to video and power point)

    Community Forum Survey Results- July 6, 2016

    Voter Information (added 9/6/16)

    Facility Maintenance- History & Projected Costs (added 9/19/16) 

    Bond Election Tax Calculator (added 9/20/16)

    Elementary Facility Information- Timeline (added 9/20/16)

     

    VIDEO CLIPS

    Intro to Facility Tours (added 9/16/16)
     
    Technology (added 9/16/16)
     
    There will be an Informational Community Meeting on Wednesday, October 19th at 7 PM in the High School Commons- more information on this will be coming. 
     

    If you have additional questions, please contact the superintendent's office at 402-223-1500 x 1000 or complete the online form by clicking here.  

     

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    Elementary Celebration of National Park Service's 100th Birthday

    Being among the best in the nation means working hard and working to our potential.  Beatrice Kindergarten through fifth grade students gathered at the City Auditorium on Thursday, August 25 to renew their commitment to excellence.  We invite you to partner with us as we stake our claim. 

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