BBIS Newsletter

May 13, 2020

Report Cards & Awards

Report cards and awards will be mailed by the end of Friday, May 29. If you do not receive a report card in the mail, please call 281-252-2031.

YEARBOOKS...

These have not been delivered to campus. The yearbooks are scheduled to arrive at the end of June. At the time of arrival, a plan will be put in place for pick up.

5th GRADE STUDENTS/PARENTS!

Dear Student and Parent,


We ask all interested students, even if you signed up for band already, to CLICK HERE and complete. Learn more about our BBIS 6th grade band and the instruments we offer. Click the "more about music" icon. Click the "matching tool" icon and play the game (audio listening and quick questionnaire). This information will assist us in helping YOU on the journey to years of fun while building lifelong friendships.


Not signed up for band yet? NO PROBLEM, simply fill out the "interest form", click on the "matching tool" icon, and we will receive your information...YAY Band!

5th Grade STUDENTS! Check out our new 6th grade Choir Teacher!

If YOU have a desire to change your elective to 6th grade Choir, please email skassuba@magnoliaisd.org.


Click Here for the video.

Meet our new Choir Teacher!

CAMP INVENTION

CHARACTER STRONG: Family Dare: Their Thing

Spend time this week do something with a family member that you know is important and/or interesting to them. Learn to play a new board game with your grandma, a card game with your youngest sibling, or better yet, parents learn to level up on that video game your student loves so much.


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As always, tweet @bearbranchint and @careacter.

Student Meals During Closure: UPDATED

Magnolia ISD will continue to provide FREE meals to students through June 30. Families will be able to drive through for curbside pick up at three of our elementary school locations. Curbside meals will be distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. - 12 noon. Buses have also been deployed during these times to meet families at bus stops. Monday meals will include breakfast and lunch for Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday meals will include breakfast and lunch for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Please see below for details:


Locations: Magnolia Elementary School, Smith Elementary School, & Lyon Elementary

When: Monday and Wednesday each week

Time: 9 a.m. to 12 noon


1. Cars will pull up to the back of the school and form a car rider line. This line will form at the back of the school where the buses normally drop off students. Please remain in your car and an employee will deliver the food to your car.
2. All children 18 or under will eat free and children need to be present in the car.
3. Each child will receive one breakfast and one lunch in a to-go bag or box.


Texas parents can now visit the TXSchools.gov MealFinder Map to find locations near them where local school systems are offering free school meals—both breakfast and lunch—for pick-up while school buildings are closed because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).


There are four tools available to locate the meal site closest to you:

  1. Visit Magnoliaisd.org or find us on social media to check for important updates
  2. Text FOODTX or COMIDA to 877-877 to receive a text with the three closest meal sites to your location.
  3. Visit the interactive map at SchoolMealFinder.hoonuit.com to view meal sites in your area.
  4. Call 211


Check tools daily for updates as site locations and times may change.

Other Supports

SOS (Society of Samaritans)- Click Here for Society of Samaritans website

  • Offers financial hardship crisis assistance, food assistance, clothing and household goods, holiday giving, and job services

  • Location: 31355 Friendship Drive, Suite 500 Magnolia, TX 77355

  • (281)259-8452


TOMAGWA- Click Here for TOMAGWA homepage

  • Provides medical assistance at a low to no cost

  • 455 School Street, Suite 30 Tomball, TX 77375

  • Magnolia Location coming soon


211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE- Dial 211

The 211 is a 24/7 number to call for help with any social service needs – from food and shelter to child care and job training. 211 is a free, confidential helpline operated by United Way of Greater Houston, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you’re a victim of domestic violence, specialists can help you find a safe haven. Specialists can connect you to a long list of state and local services, including legal, educational, family, mental health, health care resources, and more.

STAR EDUCATOR: Deadline Extended

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BBIS General Information

We are closed for the remainder of the school year.


Stay well!