November (week 2) at BBIS
November 11, 2019
Veterans Day: November 11
6th grade will attend the 1:00 p.m. assembly
5th grade will attend the 2:00 p.m. assembly
We would love to honor you or a Veteran close to you on this day. Please plan to sign in at the front office with a valid driver's license. Notify the front office if you plan to have your student sit with your family and attend the reception with you and your Veteran.
A small reception will follow each assembly in the library for attending Veterans. We will be taking pictures of Veterans and their families during the receptions.
BBI Staff Spotlight!
Mrs. Susan Daniell
How long have you been at BBI? Since 2002, the first year of BB6
Where are you from and where did you grow up? I am from Morgan City, Louisiana
What inspired you to work with children? I always wanted to be a teacher, and when I realized I could teach band, I was sure of what I wanted to do for a career.
What is your favorite book? The Bible
What was your favorite subject in school? BAND!
If you could learn to do one thing, what would it be? Play the organ as well as my former teacher, in a huge cathedral.
If you could have any other career, what would it be? A flutist with a major orchestra, a band director for a top military band, or a model for the Talbots catalog :)
Who do you consider your hero? My husband
People would be surprised to know… I performed for Presidents Reagan and Bush (Sr.), and saw President Carter and Margaret Thatcher - all at LSU at different times. I was a top 10 finalist and overall talent winner for the Miss LSU Pageant. Played flute choir music with Sir James Galway, and members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's flute section. I auditioned for the President's Own Marine band in DC.
6th grade Pre-Athletic Track Practice
Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 3:15-4:30pm
8040 Ken Lakes Drive
Sponsor one of the Prizes for the Turkey Trot
1st prize: Nintendo Switch
2nd prize: AirPods
3rd prize: Hover Board
PTO is seeking sponsors to cover the cost of these 3 items. If you would be interested in donating one of these three items, please contact BBIS PTO at email@example.com.
ATTENDANCE CHALLENGE: November 4 - December 20
Students who meet this goal (November 4 - December 20) will be invited to an attendance party on Dec. 20th with admin.
To meet the goal, students can not have more than 1 absence. Leaving early or missing any period counts as an absence.
Not only does good attendance help our campus accountability rating, but it is an essential piece of academic success for all students.
If you child must be out, please send a note with them when they return (even if it is for one or two class periods).
Magnolia ISD November School Board Meeting
Monday, Nov. 11th, 6:30pm
31141 Nichols Sawmill Road
Thank you to our "Platinum" Sponsor
Thank you to our "Bronze" Sponsors
Thank you to our "Friends of BBIS" Sponsors
2019 TURKEY TROT Color Run
Information was sent home with students on Monday, October 28. Be on the lookout for this packet of information in your child's backpack.
The packet includes:
- a schedule of events
- fundraiser goals & awards
- color run information and permission slip
- fundraiser pledge sheet
- parent participation registration form
- the opportunity to purchase yard signs to encourage your child
You may also find the packet attached below this informational block.
BBI Staff Spotlight!
Ms. Meagan Hearen
Special Education Aide
How long have you been at BBI? First year
Where are you from and where did you grow up?I was born in Huntsville, Texas but moved to The Woodlands in 5th grade. I graduated from Klein Oak High School in 2008.
What inspired you to work with children? My mom was a teacher and 8th grade school counselor for 35 years and my aunt was a teacher and High School counselor for 32 years in Klein ISD. I’ve seen both of them go through ups and downs while working in education. I’ve seen my mom cry from working with 1st graders to working with intermediate students, and watching my aunt having to argue with parents about their children graduating, but at the end of the day still loving their jobs. Watching them over the years helping children see their true potential when, in some cases, even their parents have given up on helping them succeed, has been inspiring.
What is your favorite book? I love all the Harry Potter books.
What was your favorite subject in school? History
If you could learn to do one thing, what would it be? I’ve always wanted to learn how to snowboard.
If you could have any other career, what would it be? When I was a little girl my family and I would go to Yellowstone National Park every summer on vacation. I always loved waking up early in the morning and going out driving because that’s when you would see all the animals that where normally hard to find. If you woke up early enough and knew where to go you could see the wolves. I’ve always wanted to study the wolves in Yellowstone.
Who do you consider your hero? My 7 year old daughter is my hero. She is probably the most loving and happy child I have ever seen, and no I’m not just saying that because I am her mother she truly loves everyone no matter what they have said or done to her. She sticks up for everyone and will take the blame even if the other person is in the wrong, just because she wants everyone to just be happy. She is the youngest, but tallest child in her grade and she will make sure everyone has a friend to play with before going off with her friends on the playground.
People would be surprised to know… I just turned 30 in October!
BBIS Yearbook & Memory Ads
The price will increase to $25 after the start of the new year and all sales will end February 1st, 2020.
Yearbooks can be purchased online.
Ads can be purchased online. Prices range by size.
Visit balfour.com to shop!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
BBIS General Information
Early morning child care begins at 6:30 a.m. and all students must be enrolled online through the MISD website.
The first bell rings at 7:55 a.m. and the tardy bell rings at 8:00 a.m. The instructional day begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 3:10 p.m.