BETHKE BISON BULLETIN
December 2, 2018
Bison Time Showcase
Our students had a great time showing what they have been working on during Bison Time this semester. Group projects ranged from making bird houses, animal toys for animal shelters, board games for the YMCA, notecards for our staff, cooking for various groups and so much more! We are excited to see our students collaborate to create a good or service for our community. It could not be done without the support of our PTA and we thank them for sponsoring Bison Time each week.
Stay tuned to next semester when we will begin another round of Bison Time!
Thank you for Supporting Junior Achievement!
We just wanted to say THANK YOU to all of the Junior Achievement volunteers we have had so far this first semester for Kinder, 1st, and 4th grades.
We appreciate your support and willingness to come to Bethke and teach our kids. We look forward to 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grades JA in Day coming in January and February!
Dec 3rd--Principal's Coffee @ 9am
Dec 5th--Core Essential--Compassion--Wear Green
Dec 7th--Fifth Graders tour SJH Electives, Girls Club Lock-In
Dec 10th--Bethke Spelling Bee, Campus Advisory Team Meeting @ 4
Dec 11th--RDR Meets, Kendra Scott Pop Up Shop at Bethke (5-7)
Dec 13th--Choir Winter Concert 5:30
Dec 21st--EARLY DISMISSAL, Winter Parties, End of First Semester
Dec 21st-Jan 7th WINTER BREAK
Jan 8th--Students Return to Class
Jan 9th--Core Essential-Self Control-Wear Yellow
Bully Prevention Information
“Report bullying anonymously through the Katy ISD Bullying Tip Line.”
“Need help using the Katy ISD Bullying Tip Line? Check this out.”
“Do you know how to recognize bullying behavior? Watch this video.”
“Katy ISD has rigorous bullying prevention policies. What are they?”
“There is no place for bullying in Katy ISD. Check out this video that describes physical and
“Cyberbullying has no place in our schools. See what it may look like.”
“What is social bullying?”
Lunch Visitors Please Read!
Seating at lunch is extremely limited in our cafeteria for visitors due to continued increases in student enrollment.
Limit visits to birthdays or a maximum visit of once per week
Visitors limited to a maximum of 3 per student and must be persons who meet KISD visitor guidelines for elementary students.
Lunch visitors are restricted to parents/step-parents/guardians, non-school aged siblings, grandparents (with written permission from the parent) and campus mentors per GKC (REGULATION). Visitors do not include aunts, uncles, or neighbors.
Avoid Mondays, Fridays, and days before holidays, whenever possible.
Sit side by side at the visitor tables to provide maximum seating availability
Visitors must sit with their child only at a table designated for visitors
Due to Safety Rules, and guidelines from the Fire Marshall we cannot allow visitors sitting on the floor
Since our first obligation is to provide optimal seating for students, we will continue to monitor the number of visitors at lunch. If we continue to experience overcrowding with lunch visitors, we will consider implementing additional guidelines to ensure adequate seating during student lunches. We are hopeful that if all parents follow the requests listed above, our school will continue to have daily seating available for all who wish to have lunch with their child/ren. Thank you for your patience as our Bethke family continues to grow.
Bethke Staff Shout Outs!
We have a wonderful staff here at Bethke. Why not give a "Shout Out!" to a staff member who deserves celebrating? Click on the link below!