BSE Bear Bulletin
October 30, 2015
BSE Commons Space being readied for Makerspace!
Many of you have taken notice to the fact that I have removed all of our trophies and awards from the common's display. Why would one principal do such a thing?
Recently the team leaders spent the day brainstorming the spaces in our school. This brainstorming occurred after a visit to FHS College and Career Academy and the Amy Beverland Reggio Early Childhood Center. Our quest was to find and repurpose our spaces with our students fully in mind.
Makerspace: A place where students can access materials, construct, build, and apply their thinking in a collaborative manner.
The Plan: Glass shelves out, wood shelves in. Tables are built for working space in the commons, baskets and bins are filled with materials ranging from cotton balls to sticks to glue and tools. Students have open access to these materials during project or collaboration time during their learning day.
Trust: Trust is at the center of Reggio influence where we speak highly of the image of a child. The BSE staff will engage in great discussion around our image of a child the remainder of the year. Our quest is to shift the child to the center of all that we do where they are trusted and given choice throughout their learning environment.
THE IMAGE AND ROLE OF THE LEARNER.
THE CHILD AS HAVING RIGHTS
THE CHILD AS AN ACTIVE CONSTRUCTOR OF KNOWLEDGE
THE CHILD AS A RESEARCHER
THE CHILD AS SOCIAL BEING
A special thank you to Mr. Kussy who is building our shelves and donating 6 repurposed tables for our Makerspace area. We hope to see the installments in the next few weeks. Soon after I'll be asking for any donations for the space. I hope you will be able to help out and so our Makerspace becomes a living working constructivist zone!
November 11th - Jeans for troops day - donate $5.00
November 17th - 3rd Grade World Music Festival 6:30
November 17th - 10:00 am - 7:30 pm Scholastic Book Fair
November 18th - 10:00 am- 4:30 pm Scholastic Book Fair
November 19th - 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Scholastic Book Fair
November 20th - 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Scholastic Book Fair
November 25th-27th No Students (Thanksgiving Break)
Next Newsletter published on November 13th. All info to Mrs. Kiel (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before November 11th, please!
Lunch and Rotation Schedule for Upcoming Week(s)
November 2nd, Week 1 on lunch menu
- Monday, 11/2 - Day 6
- Tuesday, 11/3 - Day 1
- Wednesday, 11/4 - Day 2
- Thursday, 11/5- Day 3
- Friday, 11/6 - Day 4
November 9th, Week 2 on lunch menu
- Monday, 11/9 - Day 5
- Tuesday, 11/10 - Day 6
- Wednesday, 11/11 - Day 1
- Thursday, 11/12 - Day 2
- Friday, 11/13 - Day 3
Library Volunteers are needed!
Volunteer in the center of the action in a beautiful space! Be a library volunteer!
Sign up online:
Scholastic Book Fair volunteer Sign up:
Any questions regarding volunteering in our library can be addressed to our Media Specialist, Kristin Patrick - email@example.com
Thank you for considering volunteering!
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Holiday Gift Giving
Spread good cheer!
Pinterest Takes Holiday Gift Giving to New Heights
Some of our favorite holiday traditions involve sweet treats, and at Fishers Parks & Recreation, we love to spread holiday cheer to our friends, family and neighbors! Milk & Cookies is a program designed to help you try some of those creative Pinterest crafts you can never find time to complete. First, you’ll be able to decorate a mug using Sharpies, and then we’ll bake the mug to ensure the designs last forever. While the mug is baking, you’ll be able to layer the ingredients to a delicious cranberry and white chocolate oatmeal cookie. Then you have to decide who gets to receive your cookie in a jar! Join us on Thursday, November 19 at Roy G. Holland Memorial Park building to create your cookie in a jar from 6 to 7 p.m.
Fishers Parks & Recreation strive to host diverse programs that allow residents of all ages the opportunity to get together and complete fun crafts and activities. Milk & Cookies is the perfect night out with friends for residents of all ages. Visit the Fun Guide for similar programs offering opportunities to spend time with friends while trying something new. This program costs residents $12 and nonresidents $18. Parents, registration and participation are both required during this program.
Registration closes November 12, so head online to secure your spot, today!
Honor Veterans Day by participating in GI Go Fund’s “Jeans For Troops” fundraising drive to benefit returning Military Veterans.
This year BSE is promoting the JEANS FOR TROOPS DAY in honor of all of our Veterans. On November 12th, we hope to see our students, parents, and staff donating $5 to the link below. Please show your support and help us offer a donation to the many amazing men and women veterans who need our help!
12690 Promise Road
Fishers, IN 46038
S.P.O.R.T.S. Basketball Registration – Contact the S.P.O.R.T.S. office or visit the website for openings in boys and girls basketball and registration information.
Fishers-HSE Football Equipment Hand-in – Monday, November 2 will be the final equipment return date at Mudsock Barn from 6:00-7:30 p.m. The deposit checks for unreturned equipment will be cashed on November 3. All decals must be removed from the helmet before your deposit check will be returned.
Southeastern Rugby – Ready to “tackle” a new spring sport for both boys and girls? Work on your tackling for football season! Work on your vision, agility, footwork and fitness for soccer season! Southeastern Youth Rugby is looking for boys and girls in Grades 2-4 (flag), 5-6, and 7-8 to play co-ed rugby next spring. Registration begins January 1. For more details, email SEYouthRugby@gmail.com.
HSE-Fishers Boys Lacrosse – The Fishers High School Lacrosse team will be conducting an indoor youth clinic on Saturday, November 21 for 7th/8th graders and Sunday, November 22 for 3rd-6th graders for all youth lacrosse players of any skill level. Youth players will be instructed by FHS coaches and IHSLA and HCLC award winning players. The cost is reasonable at $25 per player, $35 if you want the clinic T-Shirt. Visit the boys lacrosse website for times, location and more information, http://www.hselax.com/. To register, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a spot for your son. A registration form will be emailed to the requestor to be completed prior to the clinic along with other important information.
HSE-Fishers Boys Lacrosse will be holding two callout meetings for parents. The first will be on December 9 and the second on January 13. Topics will include travel and select boys lacrosse. We will discuss team structure, tournaments and lacrosse in general. Parents are encouraged to attend one of these dates if their sons are interested in trying out for travel or select lacrosse. Select teams play rec lacrosse as well as limited travel tournaments. A third call out for rec lacrosse will be held in February. Times and place for the call outs will be sent out in a future communication. You can reach boys lacrosse at email@example.com or Daniel Coppersmith 501-1871.
HSE-Fishers Boys Lacrosse will be holding stick skills clinics on January 5, 12 and 26 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. All are welcome to attend, but stick skill sessions are geared towards players new to lacrosse or with 1-2 years of experience. We will focus on basic stick management, passing and techniques. These stick skill sessions will be approximately $45. To register or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.