Parent Newsletter

Bromley East Charter School

October 30, 2020

BECS Families:

We made it! Learning Cycle Two is now complete! We hope that you all find time to rest and relax during the break from November 2-6. We look forward to welcoming students back to both remote and in-person learning on Monday, November 9.

Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour for Daylight Savings.

Please stay safe and healthy!



BECS will be closed November 2-6 for our Learning Cycle break. This extended period of time will allow our custodial staff to provide the entire building with a deep clean to ensure when students return on November 9th the building will be sanitized and prepared for our third Learning Cycle to begin.


Mark your calendar and please make arrangements to pick up your Big Kahuna items. All orders must be picked up Wednesday, November 11th between 3:00 pm and 5:30 pm. Please have a piece of paper with your student's name on it when driving up through the main parking lot. We have no storage space at the school, so please ensure someone is available to pick prizes and products up. For virtual students needing hedgehog prizes, please email Elizabeth Strobel with the number of hedgehogs the student is to receive. Thanks for your support!


Just in time for the holidays! All the delicious goodies you need to create a stunning charcuterie and cheese board! 10% of sales will go back to BECS! Includes 1/3 pound of each; soppressata, genoa salami, pepperoni. 1/3 pound of each; gouda, aged cheddar, and blue. Nuts, dried fruit, honey, ale mustard, dishes, serving ware, and slate board. PICK UP 11/24 & 11/25 at Heritage Academy. Click HERE and select "Bromley East" to place your order.



As we transition into the Level-3, Safer-at-Home guidance per the Tri-County Health Department's recommendation here are a few changes: Key Information for in-person staff and learners. Birthday or classroom treats will not be allowed from home while we are in Level-3 Safer-at-Home status.


Piloting New Attendance Method

Beginning with learning cycle 3 students learning remotely will have a different method of attendance through Infinite Campus. If your student is ill, going out to town, or will be late, you still want to call the main office to excuse their absence as you have in the past. However, please contact your students' teacher directly if you are having connectivity issues, inaccurate attendance for a class, or need to communicate an issue with attendance/participation in a class.

Picture Retakes (Additional Day for those who missed 10/16 due to quarantine)

On Thursday, November 12th virtual and in person students who were unable to complete their picture re-take or get their ID photo on our original picture retake day of October 16th will have one final opportunity to do so. Virtual Students can arrive between 7:30 - 8:30 or 11:00 - 12:00. Please park in the parking lot and have your student walk around to the auditorium doors to enter. Students will exit out the small gym doors when done. All students and parents on campus will need to wear a mask and practice social distancing. In person students will take pictures from 8:30 - 11:00. Students may arrive in their picture clothes for their photo and then return to uniform dress upon completion. Please be sure your child’s uniform is packed in their bag. This is NOT a Dress of Choice Day for students.

Message from Eagle Ridge Academy

Dear Parents/Guardians of 8th Grade Students,

We at Eagle Ridge Academy would like to introduce you to our school. Attached is a short video to give you a quick glimpse inside our walls. In a few weeks, we will have some more details for you to review about enrollment and classes.

In November, Eagle Ridge Academy has traditionally held a popular event called "Info Expo Night" where we welcome families of 8th grade students to visit our campus and learn about our college prep high school and the programs we offer. Due to unprecedented times, we have decided to cancel the in-person event and will be producing a video to highlight the many programs and activities we offer instead. For more information, please check out the "Enroll" tab on our website and watch the student video on our homepage.

Additionally, we will open priority enrollment early this year beginning November 1, 2020. We will accept applications through the end of January. If we have more applications than open seats, we will conduct a lottery in February. Additional applications received after January 31st will also be added to the end of the waitlist. Please go to our website and choose the 'ENROLL' tab to sign up.

If you have any questions, please contact us through our website. We hope you enjoy the video!

Scott Richardson

Principal and Head of School


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Family Resources for children in grades K-3
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Remember to share school-appropriate activities at home, outside of home, in school, while doing school work, on the computer, whatever it is that your child is doing for school, we would love to showcase them in the yearbook. Email us at to share photos of your students! Make sure to include a name, grade level and what the student was doing in the photo. Thank you so much for your support and for being a part of the BECS family!

  • Please remember students should wear appropriate warm layers of clothing to school (including proper footwear, boots/extra socks, hats, gloves, etc).
  • Remember students should bring an extra mask to school.
  • Students will remain outside until the temperature falls below 25 degrees or there is too much precipitation.
  • Regardless of the weather, students should still be dropped off at their assigned location.
  • Questions, please contact Ms. Nichols or Mr. Jacobson, Deans of Students.

Connect with us

Please don’t hesitate to contact our main office with any questions or concerns you may have.