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September 23, 2022
Sept 23-30 - Reading Fair
Sept 28 - 6:30-7:30 PTA Program for Parents - Hey Dude, Nice Shoes
Sept 29 - Hey Dude, Nice Shoes program for students during the day
Oct 3-7 - Bobcat Book Fair
Oct 4 - 1:30 pm Plano Fire Rescue LAFS assembly
Oct 5 - Fall Picture Day
We are still having a problem with tardies. Parents, it is imperative we get your help to ensure your students arrive at school on time and are in their seats by 7:40 am, ready to learn. Have them to school no later than 7:30 am every day.
We realize there may be a backup when you get to school and are working to keep cars moving quickly and safely through the drop-off lane.
- Upon arrival, if there is space, pull forward past the crossing before letting your student get out of the car. Our staff will assist with arrival and encourage drivers to pull forward. If you are told to move forward, please do.
- Get to school before 7:30 am to avoid the rush. Our building opens at 7 am for student arrival.
Students arriving after the 7:40 am bell will be issued tardy slips.
We appreciate your help!
News from the Clinic
You can order before Picture Day on mylifetouch.com if you want.
Order forms will also be sent home next week.
School Name: William Beverly Elementary School
Picture Day Date: Wednesday, October 5
Picture Day ID: EVTX3Z4QG
As a Patriotic Societies and per Texas legislation, Girl Scouts of the United States of America (GSA) are allowed an opportunity to share information regarding membership opportunities for students. [See Plano ISD’s Policy GKE(LOCAL).] The following information regarding Girl Scout membership is being shared with you for your review.
Dear Beverly Parents/Guardians:
We are excited to announce that Beverly’s 3rd Annual Reading Fair will be held during the week of September 26th, 2022.
While participation is optional, the Reading Fair provides students with an opportunity to have fun making an interesting and creative project about a book they love. Students will make a storyboard display highlighting the important elements of their favorite book and decorate their board to illustrate the theme of the story.
The purpose of the Fair is to promote reading to all students.
The participation of students in the Fair is meant to be a positive experience. Participation is optional.
All projects are due to the library by Tuesday, September 27th - 8:00 a.m. Projects may also be turned in on Sept. 23rd or Sept. 26th.
Projects will be judged on September 28th...
All projects should be taken home on Friday, October 7, 2022
Categories are as follows:
Kindergarten/1st Grade Projects (direct parent involvement is allowed)
2nd/3rd Grade Projects
4th/5th Grade Projects
Awards will be given as follows:
1st Place (each category) - $30 gift certificate to Fall Book Fair
2nd Place (each category) - $20 gift certificate to Fall Book Fair
3rd Place (each category) - $10 gift certificate to Fall Book Fair
The Scholastic Book Fair is Oct. 3rd-7th.
All entries should follow the guidelines outlined in the scoring rubric
The Kindergarten/1st Grade Projects are the ONLY projects allowed to have direct parent involvement. 2nd-5th grade students are allowed to receive advice and guidance from adults but must construct their own project.
Students may choose a book from their home or a library book.
While props are allowed, please do not include anything valuable, living, or dangerous as well as any food items.
To be considered for judging, please do not include any identifying information about the student on the front of the board (first and last name, grade, and teacher go on the back of the board).
For more information and ideas check out the Reading Fair website at https://sites.google.com/pisd.edu/beverly-reading-fair/home
Please feel free to contact Mrs. Coursey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the Reading Fair Project.
Volunteering at Beverly
Boxtops for Education
We would like for all of our families to help us earn money using the Box Tops app. Use the app to scan your receipt. The app will find participating products purchased at any store and instantly add cash to Beverly's earnings online. That's all there is to it!
PACE – Plano Academic Creative Education is a program offered at all Plano ISD campuses that provides services for students who require academically gifted enrichment services and have demonstrated the need for advanced, differentiated instruction. If you are interested in submitting a referral for your child to be tested for this program, please click on the link Elementary PACE Information.
Please remember the date to submit your online or hard copy referral packet is October 21, 2022 at 5:00 pm.
Plano ISD’s after-school childcare program, PASAR, is currently hiring Site Managers, as well as Assistant Site Managers. Both roles are part-time, 19.5 hours per week. Work hours are from 2:30 pm- 6:30 pm, Monday- Thursday; Friday hours are 2:30-6:00 pm. During Early Dismissal days, work hours are from 2:30-6:00 pm. We currently have openings at Beverly. If you are interested in learning more about working for the PASAR program. We invite you to complete the following short Google Form https://forms.gle/dPCkD77WQGmtfhC17. A member of the PASAR staff will follow up with you.
We are also hiring Activity Specialists! If you know of a high school junior, senior, or college student who would be interested in working as an Activity Specialist, please include their information in the Google Form provided.
If you are NOT interested in exploring an employment opportunity with PASAR, but know of someone who could be, would you please help us by forwarding this information to them? Thank you!