November 9th - November 13th
BIS Reading Log Winners--Click Below!!
Please take a moment to click on this button and read the letter about our new reading incentive log. We are excited for our students to have this opportunity to win some gift cards for reading at home.
November 11th--Veterans' Day Parade --Our current plan is to have any veteran family members of our students or in our community that can meet in the Brock Baptist Church parking lot at 8:45. They will then be lead at 9:00 by some campuses where our Brock ISD students will be outside cheering for them. More info will come home Monday, but we wanted you to have a heads up.--Students & Staff Wear Red, White, and Blue!
November 14th--NHS Drive-In Movie Night
November 23rd - November 27th Thanksgiving Break
- Brock ISD needs great people to join our team as Substitute Teachers. We’ve increased our daily pay scale!
- $105 non-degree
- $115 degree
- $125 certified
Brock Intermediates First Yearbook
This year, Brock Intermediate will have its own yearbook! If you would like to help us fill up our pages with pictures of Brock Intermediate students, please download the app and upload your photos. All photos need to be school appropriate and school related. For example, group photos of students participating in sports, cheer or at a livestock show would be appreciated.
Yearbooks are on sale for $30 until the end of December.
Who Has A Heart for Brock?
Brock ISD announces the BISD Heartbeat Award! Take a few minutes to nominate BISD teachers and staff who display heart as they go above and beyond their job description, inspiring others through their extraordinary work ethic and giving it their all each and every day.
BISD Heartbeat Awards will be announced monthly throughout the school year, and nominations can be submitted by students, staff, parents and the Brock community.
Tutoring, Enrichment, and Extension Opportunities
It is hard to believe that the first six weeks is behind us. We have had a great start to school! The first six weeks our teachers worked really hard to get to know our students personally and academically. During that time, we worked to identify our students' academic strengths and weaknesses. This week in our grade level meetings we analyzed our reading data to help us form groups to meet our students reading needs. Within the next week, you might receive a letter or email requesting for your child to come in at 7:35 for "tutoring". Our plan is to invite students for some additional small group time with their teachers to help close some gaps and/or extend their learning. Additionally, any student that is here by 7:35 is brought into the classroom at that time for enrichment or extension until the official school day starts at 7:55. Our students have already been receiving enrichment or extension, but over the next week, our teachers will also pull small groups to support student growth before school. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
School Dismissal and Car Tags
You can download the app for quick and easy dismissal changes.
You should have received a car tag with your child's last name and a number for our new school dismissal program.
Drop Off, Start Time, & Dismissal Time
Enrichment Time 7:25-7:55
School Starts at 7:55
Dismissal Begins at 3:25
Please remember that it is best to drop students off after 7:15 when we have staff on duty. Dropping off before 7:15 could present a safety concern for our students due to no supervision until that time.
Please click here to see info from Counselors at each campus. Thank you Mrs. Fuchs for providing this.
Progress Reports and Report Card Dates
This year progress reports and report cards will not be sent home physically. You will be able to view your child's progress reports and report cards in the parent portal. Please let us know if you have any questions or need assistance.
Progress reports will be available at the end of the day Monday in Parent Portal.
Lunch Delivery Info
A change that is new this school year to our campus is that we have opted to receive federal funds to off-set costs associated with free and reduced student meals. Because we receive federal funds, federal law associated with this funding prohibits outside food deliveries. While deliveries may not be allowed, parents can still order and personally deliver lunches to their specific child at our campus.
Brock Junior High and Brock High do not receive federal funding currently and will continue partnerships with local restaurants in the Brock community. BISD aims to support local businesses and will not accept deliveries from restaurants outside of Brock. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Good afternoon Lady Eagle & Eagle Fans:
Please see the following link for Brock ISD home athletic ticketing information and instructions. Please note, TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE GATE. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KbCsiMYJN2SKwxWYiHlfU9aU3hwyC35wN1MAthvn6u0/edit?usp=sharing
Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.brockisd.net/289041_2 or by downloading the HomeTown Gate app on your smart device.
***REMINDER – in order to keep our students, faculty and community safe please follow Brock ISD safety protocols when visiting facilities for away games. Our athletes want their seasons, let’s do our part to keep everyone healthy. BISD will share away game ticketing processes as they may differ from the HomeTown ticketing platform.
Please feel free to contact Brock Athletic Director Chad Massey at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.