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See what all the buzz is about at BCE! - 10/9/17

Upcoming School Events and Info

10/10............Student Holiday -- Parent/Teacher Conference Day

10/13............Apex Fun Run

10/19............Room Parent Meeting

10/24 - 10/27.............Book Fair

10/25............Unity Day!! - Everyone Wear Orange

10/27............Book-O-Ween and PTO Fall Festival @ 5:00

11/5..............Daylight Savings Time Ends

11/7..............Picture Retakes

David's Law and Cavs Who Care


We would like to inform you about a new law intended to help students who may be the target of cyberbullying, as well as inform you about our efforts to improve and refine the district’s response to inappropriate student behaviors related to bullying, harassment or other harmful actions.


Effective September 1, 2017, Senate Bill 179, commonly known as “David’s Law,” expands the definition of “bullying” under the Texas Education Code and clarifies that the definition of bullying includes cyberbullying. The bill now gives the school the discretion to punish students for off-campus bullying that is delivered to school property or to the site of a school-sponsored or school-related activity; occurs on a publicly- or privately-owned school bus or vehicle being used to transport students; or is cyberbullying that interferes with a student’s educational opportunities or substantially disrupts the orderly operation of a classroom, school, or school-sponsored or school-related activity.


Please see attached letters/flyers for additional information on David's Law and our Cavs Who Care Tipline. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.


Jennifer Andjelic (Principal) - andjelicj@ltisdschools.org

Michaele Pansza (AP) - panszam@ltisdschools.org

Courtney Trimmer (Counselor) - trimmerc@ltisdschools.org

October - Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Month is a campaign in the United States founded in 2006 by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center. The campaign is held during the month of October and unites communities nationwide to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention.


Our class meetings this month will focus on bullying prevention and showing kindness to others. As a campus, we will participate in Unity Day on October 25th. All students and staff should wear orange on this day, to show we are united against bullying!


You can also visit PACER's Website for stories, videos and resources to share with your kids at home.


Thanks for your support!

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Great Things with Apex!

Apex is in full swing on our campus, and our only fall fundraiser is off to a great start! The PTO plans to use funds raised from the Fun Run for additional requested technology (Chromebooks and iPads) for the classrooms, a PE Field Trip for the school, tutoring for all grade levels and outside consulting for everyone. Outside consulting consists of different companies that will come to our campus and work with the kids on various things (like a mobile science unit, fun interactive lessons on bullying, etc). Apex not only conducts the fun run with inflatables, but they have been visiting with every class, taking a few minutes to teach positive leadership lessons. Pictures, videos, class contest winners, and info (like run times and sign-ups) are all posted on Facebook daily – make sure you follow the PTO. Search Bee Cave Elementary PTO (@bcepto) on Facebook to find them!


The Apex Team has created a special video to share with students on the days off. See you all on Wednesday!


Thank you, Bobcats!

Morning Drop-Off

As a reminder, we ask that all parents utilize the car rider drop-off locations in front and back of the school to drop-off your children in the mornings. Please do not drop-off students in the front parking lot. This causes additional congestion for parents needing to park, and is also a safety concern for students.


In addition, if you would like to help your kids put on backpacks, get lunches, give hugs, etc., we ask that you use the parking lot, then walk students to the crosswalk. The traffic can get really hectic in the mornings, and we do our best not to have the drop-off line back up too much.


We count on our parents to assist us with making sure all are safe, and drop-off is as efficient as possible. We appreciate you!

Kick the Flu Campaign

Healthy Schools, in cooperation with Schoolhouse Pediatrics, E3 Alliance, and

Lake Travis ISD is excited to kick off the “Kick the Flu” program in Lake Travis ISD

this school year. Healthy Schools will be providing flu vaccinations at your child’s

school on October 25, 2017.


Healthy Schools LLC is pleased to support your family in having a healthy flu

season. If you want your child to receive the FREE flu vaccine, please complete the

2017-18 Vaccine Consent Form by October 18, 2017.


If you do not want your child to receive the vaccine at school, you do not need to

complete or return the Vaccine Consent Form. The vaccine consent form and

Notice of Privacy Practices are available on the Healthy Schools LLC website

at www.healthyschoolsllc.com. The vaccine consent form will also go home in the Tuesday folder on October 17, 2017.


At the time of vaccination, a copy of the Notice of Privacy Practices along with a post vaccination letter will be given to your student(s) for your records.

National School Lunch Week

During October 11th-13th, the Fuel Cafe will be "rocking the day with a healthy school lunch" for National School Lunch Week. Penny Lean Protein, Vincent Vegetable, and Gregory Whole Grain will rock out to healthy food groups served everyday. Students can check out the TV screens to see the food group of the day and behind the scenes footage of the "Lunch Rockers" (kitchen staff) making the day's lunch.Stickers will be given out daily, and on Friday the 13th, students that find a colored dot underneath their lunch tray will receive prizes like sunglasses and blow-up guitars! Friday is also dress like a rock-star day, so encourage your student to wear their best rocker outfit!

Great News!

LT Fuel Cafes are now offering a selection of Rich's brand ice creams which are Nut Free and produced in a Nut Free facility! Any student is welcome to purchase these a la carte items. Don't forget to check out http://laketravis.nutrislice.com/ for our full meal menu, and pull-down menus of all available snacks are on the right hand side of this online menu​.

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Fall Fest is Coming!

Mark your calendars, put on your costumes, and join us for a family event – our annual Fall Fest! Event takes place on Friday, October 27 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Bee Cave Elementary.


Free admission compliments of the Bee Cave Elementary PTO. Enjoy carnival games, rock wall, cupcake walk, airbrush tattoos, face painting, food trucks, jump houses and more! The Book O’Ween Costume Parade begins at 5:30 pm sharp! Fun for the whole family - we hope to see you all there!

Front Row Parking Spot - Bidding Open for November

Running late to the class party, musical performance or lunch time with your kiddo? Less stress when you have a saved parking spot in the front with your name on it! Bidding is open now for your own personal, front row parking spot for next month at Bee Cave Elementary! Please CLICK HERE to place your bid. Highest bidder wins. Good luck!

Social Media - Follow Us!

Did you know we are on Facebook and Instagram? We post a lot of great info including pictures, events, and videos so make sure to follow us so you don’t miss out! @bcepto

October 6th - 80s Theme... Totally Trustworthy!

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GO BOBCATS! #buiLTstrong