BRAVE Update

Bear Creek Intermediate School

Be BRAVE Today!

Be BRAVE today! We continue our work in establishing campus-wide common language and expectations! We are sharing/reviewing our BRAVE Code daily on announcements, visuals are beginning to appear in hallways and teachers have them posted prominently in their classrooms. We would love your help in reinforcing these at home! They are as follows:

  • Be responsible
  • Reach your goals
  • Act respectfully
  • Value one another
  • Engage in learning

A great way to start a conversation is to ask your student how they were BRAVE that day or even go a little bit deeper in asking about a specific expectation (ie how were you responsible today, how were your working towards reaching a goal, etc.).

We have an amazing staff here at BCI! We would love you to nominate a staff member (teachers, aides, etc.) for a Golden Brave!!

Staff Golden Brave Nomination Form

Happy Holidays

With the winter break quickly approaching, we would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays and safe travel to those that will be out and about. We hope it is a great opportunity to rest, recharge and spend time with loved ones!

BCI will be closed from December 21st - January 1st. Staff returns to campus on Monday, January 4th and students begin the new year on Tuesday, January 5th!

Angel Tree Update

Student Council wants to send out a HUGE thank you for your support of the student council Angel Tree again this year. BCI has stepped up again and donated more than ever before. We took over 5 large cars and trucks full of gifts as well as $2018 in gift cards and cash. The storehouse employees went on and on about what an amazing job BCI always does and they couldn't believe the when the gifts just kept coming. We know there are a million things going on right now, but we could not do this without your support!

If you have any last minute gifts or donations, feel free to send them. We will be making a final Community Storehouse at the end of the week.

District Climate Survey

Please click the link below for more information regarding the annual district climate survey. The timeframe for collecting feedback was moved up from the end of the year. Please consider giving your feedback to help our district improve.

District Climate Survey

6th Grade Cheer Tryouts!!!

Attention 6th Grade Parents

Middle school is quickly approaching and information meetings and paperwork deadlines for cheerleader tryouts have been shared with us! Please see the attached link for detailed information. Deadlines come quickly following the winter break!

Cheer tryout information

Drop Off Reminders

A quick reminder! Morning drop off is along Phillips St., along the north end of the building, and students walk down to the cafeteria entrance. At 7:35a, doors along the north side of the building are unlocked so students can enter and head directly to lockers/class. Dropping off at the cafeteria entrance has caused a disruption to other vehicles making their way to exit.

We have also noticed cell phones being a distraction in the drop off line, as well. For the safety of our students and staff members on duty, please put phones away while in the drop-off line. Thank you for your help with this!

Keller Pointe Information!!

From Keller Pointe:

We are coming upon a limited access period for our members and guests this week from December 16th through December 25th. Understanding that there is an early release day this Friday the 18th, we wanted to know if you would make the information available to parents of students that come to TKP, especially on that Friday, but also for the rest of the limited access period, that our basketball gym, lobby and main entrance will be closed. Effectively, this will severely limit the facility to the activities that we offer the student age group that attends Bear Creek Intermediate as our indoor pool will only be available to those kids aged 9 and up (with parental supervision until 16). Our fitness area will only be available for those young adults aged 14 and up (with parental supervision until 18).

Limited Access Information

Counselors' Corner

Watch D.O.G.S.

Please consider spending a day (or two) with us as a Watch D.O.G.S. There are two primary goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program.

1) To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.

2) To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce discipline issues.

How to become a Watch D.O.G.S.,

Step 1. Go to the Keller ISD Website ( and to the right under “Quick Links” click on Volunteer.

Step 2. Register with the online application and click “Apply for the position” as a volunteer.

Step 3. Fill out the background check.

Step 4. When you receive the approval e-mail from KISD, please forward it to