April 1, 2018
Monday, April 2nd
- Autism Awareness Day
- Cheer Tryout Practice 4:00 BHS (more information below)
- Cheer Tryout Parent meeting 6:00 BHS
Tuesday, April 3rd
- Operation Beautiful Shirt order forms due (more information below)
Wednesday, April 4th
- 5th grade Science Benchmark
- JH Spring Team Pictures (Tennis, Beginning Band, Track)
Thursday, April 5th
- 6:00 p.m. Beginner Band Parent Meeting BJH
Friday, April 6th
- End 5th Six Weeks
- JH District Track Meet in Tolar 3:30 (301 Rock Church Hwy Tolar, TX)
Sunday, April 8th
- Cheer Tryouts 3:30 p.m. BHS
Monday, April 9th
- Begin 6th Six Weeks
- BJH Tennis at Azle
- School Board Meeting
Tuesday, April 10th - campus closed to visitors
- STAAR: 7th Writing
- STAAR: 5th & 8th Math
- 6th-grade Field Trip to Waco
Wednesday, April 11th - campus closed to visitors
- STAAR: 5th & 8th Reading
Friday, April 13th
- AR Movie 5th grade
- Report Cards Go Home
Monday, April 16th
- No School - Snow Day - Student Holiday
- BJH Tennis vs Hall at BHS
Operation Beautiful - April 18th
Operation beautiful is a service project to build, encourage, and support both
young and mature women to have a positive self - image – to see beauty from the
inside out! The BJH Student Council would like to invite all the girls, ladies,
and women to participate in “Operation Beautiful.”
On Wednesday, April 18th, 2018, by wearing an “Operation Beautiful” t-shirt with
jeans and a “natural” look (no-fuss hair and make-up free!) you would be
“redefining beautiful one girl at a time!”
In addition, we will be spreading positive messages through post-it notes. These
notes are written to provide positive, inspirational, and encouraging
messages to young girls and women all around our community. The post-it notes
can be left in restrooms on mirrors, dedicated message boards, student’s desks,
daughter’s rooms, mother’s rooms, girl’s lockers, lunch boxes, etc. For more information, contact Stephanie Harris - email@example.com.
Operation Beautiful Shirt Order form hereOperation Beautiful Shirt Image here
Brock FFA Stock Show Information
It’s that time of the year to begin preparing for the Parker County Stock Show. This year's County Show dates will be
June 4th through 9th.
Junior FFA Membership 1st Grade- 8th Grade students
All stock show participants must be a member of a FFA or 4-H club. Brock Students not in high school must pay their Jr. FFA membership $5.00 dues, and complete the Jr. FFA Membership Form.
Brock Livestock Show Entry
The Brock Livestock Show will be held on Saturday, May 12th, at the Brock FFA Livestock Barn. This local show gives are students and their animal a great opportunity to practice before the County Show. That day we will have an Auction to raise money for scholarships and Add-on money for our students. Anyone wanting to help with Brock Livestock Show Sponsorships please contact the Ag Teachers. The form below will serve as the entry. Please complete the form for each student participating. The cost is only $10.00 per student, no matter how many animals you bring to show.
Parker County Stock Show Entries
Please print the entry and fill out completely and return to the Ag department the week of April 9-13. Remember that families can complete an entry as a FAMILY. Also attached below is a link to the Parker County Show Rule Book. Please be familiar with the rules of the division you are competing in.
Payment- You can pay for the Parker County Show Entries, Jr FFA membership, and Brock Show all one check.
Important Dates to know:
Parker County Show Market TAG IN day- April 7, 8am to noon at the posse grounds. They have the forms needed at the show grounds for Tag- in.
Brock Livestock Show- May 12th
Turn in all entry forms the week of April 9-11
Deadline to turn Stock Show entries to the Ag Teachers is- April 13, by 4pm.
If you have any questions, you can contact us via email.
Mark Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle Holton email@example.com
Peanut Butter Drive Results
Grand Total: 342 Jars of Peanut Butter
Congratulations to Mrs. Langford's Eagle Period for the overall win with a total of 61 jars!!
2018-2019 Elective Forms
7th-grade form 2018-2019
8th-grade form 2018-2019
Cheer Tryouts 2018-2019
STAAR Testing Dates
7th grade Writing
5th & 8th grade Math
April 11th - Wednesday
5th & 8th grade Reading
May 8th - Tuesday
May 14th - Monday
5th & 8th grade Math retest
6th & 7th grade Math
May 15th - Tuesday
5th & 8th grade Reading retest
6th & 7th grade Reading
May 16th - Wednesday
5th & 8th grade Science
May 17th - Thursday
8th grade History
**Please note that campus will be closed on testing days for all visitors. Plan accordingly for doctor/dentist appointments as students will not be removed from the testing classrooms for dismissal.**
Gifted & Talented Nominations
Brock ISD offers a Gifted and Talented program that is designed to meet the needs of those students who demonstrate a need for differentiated curriculum.
According to Texas Education Code, the definition of a gifted student is as follows:
In this subchapter, “gifted and talented students” means a child or youth who performs at or shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to others of the same age, experience, or environment and who:
(1) exhibits high-performance capability in an intellectual, creative, or artistic area;
(2) possesses an unusual capacity for leadership; or
(3) excels in a specific academic field.
Any person can nominate a student. Nominations will be accepted through April 13, 2018. Participating in the screening process does not mean that your child will be assigned to the Gifted and Talented program, but it does mean that you feel your child has shown the exceptional qualities described above.
If you are interested in having your child nominated for the screening and identification process for the Gifted and Talented program, please fill out the attached forms or stop by the school to pick up the forms required.
Nomination forms or questions may be addressed to Stacy Jerrett.: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-594-8017.
Outdoor Learning Center
Our primary goal of the Eagle Outdoor Learning Center is to enrich the curriculum and support project-based and experiential learning. We are currently in the planning phase of the Eagle Outdoor Learning Center but would welcome any community support to help get this off the ground and to fruition by the start of next school year. Click here for more information or feel free to direct questions/ideas/support to Nancy Beaty @ email@example.com
Dress Code Concerns
There are a few things that need to be specifically addressed that seem to be consistent:
- Boys: The biggest concern we see is boys that have long hair that extends below the eyebrow but they push it to the side so that it is not in front of their eyes. This is not in compliance with the policy. If the hair extends below the eyebrows then it is too long.
- Girls: There are lots of cute tops that are being worn that have large v-neck cuts that are showing the girls undergarments underneath. There should be no undergarment item showing on the young ladies.
The Dress Code Policy has not changed since last year, but if you need to reference it, click here and then scroll to page 37. If you have questions, please let us know.
Armed Forces Display
BJH Grading Policy
- Daily grades = 50%; tests/projects/major grades = 50%
- There will be a minimum of 8-10 daily grades each six weeks.
- There will be a minimum of 2-4 test/project/major grades each six weeks.
- Grades will be posted to parent portal no later than 1 week from the due date of the assignment
- Work missed as a result of an unexcused absence will receive a grade no higher than a 70.
*Individual teacher discretion regarding his/her late work policy.
BJH Lunch Times
5th grade: 10:55 a.m. - 11:25 a.m.
6th grade: 12:30 p.m. - 1;00 p.m.
7th grade: 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
8th grade 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.