Berta Palacios Elementary Library
Panthers-3rd Six Weeks
Celebrating Computer Science Education Week at Panther Library
Capstone Interactive Library
Battle of the Bluebonnet Book Team Members for Berta S. Palacios Elementary!
Jessie Solis and Frida Ibarra represented Berta S. Palacios in the Battle of Bluebonnet Books competition held at PSJA Southwest Early College High School. The competition was on Friday, January 15, 2016.
Every Kid in a Park Winners - 4th graders.
Pictured left to right: Susana Ramirez, P-SJ-A Science Coordinator, Anahi de Gaona, Panther 4th grader, Gisela Chapa, Refuge Manager Santa Ana, and Francisco Labastida, Panther 4th grader. The students earned a free pass to enter all federal parks, lands and waters. Gisela and Francisco read the most Science books in the fourth grade. The free pass they received was on a Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge lanyard with a flying Blue Goose pin attached to it. The free pass is good for the 2015-2016 school year. This is a White House youth initiative to get all 4th graders and their families to experience the places that are home to our country’s natural treasures, rich history, and vibrant culture.
Scholastic Book Fair Dec. 4, 2015 - Dec. 10, 2015
Congratulations to the Top Word Count Student Junior D. Morua
Congratulations to the Top Word Count Student Eva F. Uresti
Eva F. Uresti, 2nd grader, met her yearly goal of 100,00 words on Jan.12, 2016.
She received a certificate and book with a stickers. The book she received was Disney's "Take-Along Tales" book which contains eight storybooks and stickers.
3rd Six Weeks Top AR Students
Julian O. Patino-Gonzalez
Alexa N. Enriquez
Marla B. Rodriguez
Julius A. Luna
Mara S. Torres
Genesis A. Benitez
Furious A. Porres
Isla Y. Leal-Villasana
Jessie E. Solis
Texas Bluebonnet Award
2nd Six Weeks Top AR Classes
Popcorn and Movie Celebration
Free Book Giveaway Dec. 12, 2015
PSJA AFT(American Federation of Teachers) the local school employees' union in partnership with PSJA ISD and First Book gave away 40,000+ brand new books to children to promote literacy and reading. This event took place at the Old Yzaguirre Middle School cafeteria. PSJA librarians and other volunteers helped to distribute the books to PSJA students and staff.