Bee Cave Beehive
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Meet the Principal
I am honored to join the BCE community and look forward to serving our amazing families. I am excited to get to know each one of you personally as we begin the new school year. BCE is a place where all students are valued, and there is a focus on learning and growing. In the spirit of Bobcat Pride, it is my priority to promote an environment that embraces developing empathetic, enthusiastic students, while emphasizing problem solving and critical thinking in an innovative learning environment.
My family and I live in Lake Travis. I have two kids, who both attend LTHS. Abby will be a senior and Garrett a sophmore. My husband, Mike, provides support for medical instruments in hospitals and labs all over the country. I also have two step-children, Tatiana and Milan, who graduated from Dripping Springs HS. We have two fun pets, Princess and Lolo. Princess is a Cocker Spaniel and Lolo is an Amazon parrot. You never know when Lolo might make an appearance!
I have been an educator for the past 22 years, having previously served in Lake Travis ISD as director of elementary academic services from 2009-2013. Since then, I worked in Leander ISD as an elementary principal and executive director at the district level, but am thrilled to return to Lake Travis, and serve in the community where I live and my kids attend school.
In order to best support our campus, it is important I am visible and accessible. I look forward to joining classroom activities, attending PTO meetings, and campus events. You will see me out and about, learning everything I can about the BCE students, staff and parents. Please stop by to visit and introduce yourself and your family.
I am committed to responding promptly to your questions or concerns. I welcome your feedback, and I also encourage you to share your positive experiences at BCE. Please follow us on Twitter @BCEBobcats. I am looking forward to an outstanding year at Bee Cave Elementary - Go Bobcats!
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS
- Mondays - Thursdays, July 18 through August 8, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
- Wednesday, August 9, from 1 to 4 pm
- Weekdays beginning August 10 from 7:40 am to 4:00 pm
8/11/17 ~ Kinder Popsicles in the Park - Bee Cave Park @ 2:00 pm
An opportunity for incoming Kindergarten students to meet and play together at the park and enjoy Popsicles provided by the PTO.
8/14/17 ~ Meet the Teacher Night
KG - 2nd Graders from 5:30 - 6:15 pm
3rd - 5th Graders from 6:30 - 7:15 pm
Please stop by the cafeteria to purchase your Friday assembly spirit wear, meet the new PTO Board, become a member of our PTO, and find out about our upcoming events.
8/16/17 ~ WELCOME BACK, BOBCATS! 1st Day of School from 7:40 am - 2:55 pm
Kinder Tears and Cheers will take place in the cafeteria @ 8:00 am. Parents of incoming Kindergarten students, whether you feel like tearing-up or cheering loud, please join the PTO for coffee and breakfast, and to meet other Kindergarten parents during this milestone school day.
8/31/17 ~ Parent Information Night
KG - 2nd Grade from 5:30 - 6:15 pm
3rd - 5th Grade from 6:30 - 7:15 pm
9/4/17 ~ School Closed for Labor Day Holiday
New Student Enrollment Information
- Completed, printed and signed New Student Enrollment Packet
- Certified copy of birth certificate* (incoming Kindergartners must be 5 years old by September 1, 2017)
- Proof of residency, ie; lease agreement, sales contract, closing documents, property tax statement, or property deed AND a utility bill for electricity, water, or gas.
- Immunization records (see Immunization Requirements)
- Social Security Card (preferred, but optional)
- Latest report card
- Any 504/special education documents
- Standardized test scores from previous school district
- Photo ID of parent/guardian enrolling child
Kindergarten Pre-Screen ~ August 3rd and 8th
Sign-up here for a 15-minute time slot to bring your incoming kindergarten student in for an academic screening.
The information received from the screenings will help build balanced classes and gauge where the majority of the students are academically, so teachers can begin planning instruction for the first weeks of school.