Bonny Slope Elementary

May 19, 2022

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Dates To Remember

5/20 Preschool Orientation 1pm

5/23 OHSU COVID tests returned by 9:00 am

5/25 Hearing Screening for 2nd grade

5/26 Early Release Day (1:05pm)

5/26 Principal Chat 6:00 pm

5/26 *BSCO End of Year Community Meeting 7:00pm

5/30 NO SCHOOL- Memorial Day

5/31 OHSU COVID tests returned by 9:00 am


6/1 Bobcat Trail Club (replaces 6/3 which has been cancelled)


6/3 Jog-A-Thon


6/8 Bobcat Trail Club (replaces 6/10 which has been cancelled)


6/10 Field Day


BSE Calendar

You can also view up to date calendar information in Parent Square.


PlayFitFun and other District activities: After-school Activities

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PRINCIPAL AND VICE PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Bonny Slope Families,

As you may be aware, our incidences of COVID cases are starting to rise up again, both locally and nationally. While we haven’t had any changes to any of our school operations as of yet, we still want to encourage you to be diligent in your efforts of monitoring your student and their health.


Students who are experiencing two primary COVID symptoms, which include, cough, fever of 100.4 or higher, chills, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, or recent loss of taste or smell should be kept home. Also watch for non-primary symptoms, such as tiredness, muscle or body aches, headaches, sore throat, congestion, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, which can be related to many illnesses, including COVID.


We’d like to share an appreciation for families who are communicating with us about their students positive COVID cases, confirmed by testing. It helps us keep track of our numbers and will keep us ahead of any potential class outbreaks.


When we do find out about a positive COVID case at our school, we post a notification letter in Parent Square. These messages do not send a notification, but they can be found in your news feed once you log into Parent Square.


Our primary goal is to keep our school open for the rest of the school year, and to avoid having classes transition to remote learning. To help us with this goal, you may consider asking your students to wear masks in school. Currently, about 50% of our student population are still wearing masks. This is just a suggestion, and not a requirement. Should things change again, be on the lookout for information coming either from us or he district.


We again thank all of you for your continued determination and diligence in helping keep our student safe and in school for the rest of the year.


Janet Maza and Jim Hiller

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COUNSELOR'S CORNER

What our students experience during childhood and adolescence impacts them for the rest of their lives. The more ACE's (adverse childhood experiences) they undergo before the age of 18, the higher their risk for physical problems and mental health concerns. Over the past few months, our children have been exposed to global, national, and local events that may be overwhelming and anxiety producing. As parents, we may be unsure of how to speak with our children about these events. The The Dougy Center and NCTSN (National Child Traumatic Stress Network) have great resources for speaking to your children about these events at home.


https://www.dougy.org/resource-articles/talking-with-children-about-tragic-events


Please also see the attachment from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) on Age-Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event.


Tiffany Rodgers

School Counselor

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Parent Input for 2022-2023

Tell us what works/doesn't work for your child.....


We strive to create harmonious and productive classrooms each year. We are currently accepting parent input for your student that may require unique learning needs, input on learning environment that works well for your student as well as any concerns you may want to share.

Please submit your requests by May 20, 2022.


Parent Input Form 2022-2023

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Student Plans for Next Year

Are you moving before next school year? Or planning to return to Bonny Slope? Please complete this brief survey by May 20, 2022 to help us for planning for next year.


Student Plans for 2022-2023

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Oregon Battle of the Books Battles & Champions!


Over the past four weeks, 61 4th and 5th graders participated in some very fun and exciting OBOB battles. After many hard fought battles and many questions asked, we are happy to announce the 4th and 5th grade champions!!


4th grade champions -- Page Turning Pandas


5th grade champions -- Human Suppa Readers


We wish to congratulate all of the OBOB teams and participants this year. There were a lot of very close battles. We are so proud of all of the students. Keep reading!!


Reilley Keating (5th) and Dina Wirick (4th)


2021-2022 Bonny Slope OBOB Chairs


http://www.bonnyslopebsco.org/oregon-battle-of-the-books/

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OHSU COVID Screening

If you have been participating in the weekly OHSU COVID Screening we will continue testing thru June 13th. Our remaining Test Sample pick up dates will be:


Monday, May 23rd

Tuesday, May 31st

Monday, June 6th

Monday, June 13th.


We will send home the last 2 test kits on June 3rd. If you have extra unopened test kits at home, please feel free to return them to school for distribution to other families.

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Volunteer Process

If you are interested in Volunteering in your student's classroom, production work in the office, on a field trip, supporting Bobcat Trail Club or Jog-A-Thon, helping with end of the year parties or any other support that brings you in the building/around students, you will need to be cleared with a background check and upload your COVID vaccination information/exemption status.


Please go to the district website to start the process:


https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/communications-community-involvement/volunteer


Thank you for Volunteering!!!

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SRTS Parent Survey

Beaverton Safe Routes to School Parent Surveys

It’s data collection time again for Beaverton’s Safe Routes to School program. The purpose of this program is to make walking and biking to school safe, convenient, and fun.

Parent’s and guardian’s input into how students travel to and from schools and their impression of the safety of the route is valuable as the city and county prioritize needed improvements for our roads.


The following links will take you to a district survey and will be combined with classroom tallies to give us a good picture of how students are getting to and from schools throughout the district.


The district survey will be open for responses for four weeks from May 1st until May 31st.

We appreciate your help in giving us information to make the Safe Routes to School program effective for all Beaverton School District students.


Survey Links:

English https://forms.office.com/r/vaCpecR32D

Español https://forms.office.com/r/JmQH2Und5A

اللغة†العربي†ة https://forms.office.com/r/ZAgVPzjGrr

中文 https://forms.office.com/r/LScgXwFDRw

日本語 https://forms.office.com/r/fvpdNUsBhf

한국어 https://forms.office.com/r/hLvG4Qy0QU

Русский https://forms.office.com/r/AJ2W9P3ver

Soomaali https://forms.office.com/r/6TX3seUpFU

Tiếng Việt https://forms.office.com/r/CBbDtCvkLY

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Annual Parent Survey

Annual Parent Survey

Please take a few moments to complete the BSD Annual Parent Survey! Our goal is to ensure that every member of our school community feels welcomed, valued, and informed, so it is important for all parents/guardians to complete the survey.


A link to the 2022 Annual Parent Survey was sent to all valid parent email addresses via ParentSquare on Sunday, May 2. The deadline to participate is Sunday, May 22.



Encuesta Anual de Padres de Familia

¡Tómese unos minutos para completar la Encuesta Anual de Padres de Familia del Distrito Escolar de Beaverton! Nuestro objetivo es asegurar que todos los miembros de nuestra comunidad escolar se sientan bienvenidos, valorados e informados, por lo que es importante que todos los padres o tutores completen la encuesta.


Se enviará un enlace a la Encuesta a todas las direcciones de correo electrónico válidas para padres a través de ParentVue el domingo, 2 de mayo de 2022. La fecha límite para participar es el domingo, 22 de mayo de 2022.

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Bonny Slope Elementary

Principal: Janet Maza

Assistant Principal: Jim HIller

11775 NW McDaniel Rd.

Portland, OR 97229


Phone: 503.356.2040

Fax: 503.356.2045

Attendance: 503.356.2041

Attendance email:

BSLP-Attendance@beaverton.k12.or.us