March 18, 2022
Bromley East Parent Newsletter
Dear Hawk Families:
It was another fun week at BECS with students celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Thursday and the 3rd - 5th grade ShamROCK dance Friday night. A huge thank you to PTO for putting on this event for our students.
Lastly, we appreciate you taking some time to complete our 21/22 Parent Survey. The survey will close on Friday, March 25th.
Dates to Remember:
3/18 --Grades 3-5 ShamROCK Dance
3/23-24 --4th Grade Field Trip
3/24-25 --Spring Pictures/Class Photos by grade
4/4-8 --Spring Break for Students
4/11 --5th Grade Field Trip
4/11-29 --CMAS Testing
4/26/29 --2nd Grade Field Trip
4/27-29 --6th Grade Outdoor Education Trip
5/1 --5th Grade Reading Challenge and Celebratory Kickball Game
5/2 --No School for Students
5/5-6 --5th Grade Young Ameritowne Field Trip by class
5/13-- 8th Grade Field Trip
5th Grade Reading Challenge and Celebratory Kickball Game
Our 5th-grade students are being challenged with reading independently while providing an additional fun incentive. The top 5th grade class with the most overall minutes read will get the opportunity to take part in a fun kickball event against their teachers, Dean, and Principal. The top overall 25 students in 5th grade with the highest reading minutes by March 25th will get lunch provided outside at the park pavilion. Let's encourage and cheer on the 5th-grade readers to clock those minutes and really dive into great books. If your student needs some assistance in selecting some literature Ms. Gallagher in the library is a great resource to ask for recommendations.
Girls Soccer: LINK
4/11 Home Game VS. Global Black
B Team 4 pm A Team 4:30 pm
Boys Volleyball: LINK
4/12 Away Game at Kearney
*Game change in May. See the most up to date information in the link provided
Boys and Girls Track: LINK
4/11 Away Meet at Skyview
Girls Basketball Camp
Jim French, the head coach for the Lady Bulldog Basketball program at Brighton High School invites any female athlete grades 5th-9th who may be interested in attending the 6th Annual M.A.H. Camp ~ Mary Aneda Hoops, Shooting for a Cure the week of Memorial starting on Tuesday, May 31 - Thursday, June 2 @ 9:00 - 12:00 PM.
A brief history...M.A.H. Camp is in honor of Jim’s mother Mary Aneda who succumbed to breast cancer in 2011. For more information check out the LINK
BECS Bucks Award Winners
K-2nd Grade Winners:
3rd-5th Grade Winners:
6th-8th Grade Winners:
Immunizations for 22-23
Students enrolled for the 22-23 school year will need to be current on their immunizations. This typically impacts students going into Kindergarten and 6th grade. Please click HERE for more information.
Outdoor Education Trip-6th Grade
Sixth-grade students are a month away from our Outdoor Education trip to the YMCA of the Rockies! Amanda Frazier will be hosting a virtual informational meeting on Monday, April 4th at 4:00 pm to review items such as the packing list and student behavioral expectations for the trip. This meeting will be recorded for parents/guardians who are unable to attend the meeting or who already attended the meeting in January and will be emailed to all. This will also be an opportunity for parents/guardians to ask questions before the trip. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Parent Chaperone Meeting
For parents/guardians who will be attending Outdoor Education as a chaperone, there will be a mandatory virtual meeting held on Wednesday, April 20th at 6:00 pm. It is very important that all chaperones for this trip attend as Amanda Frazier will be going over chaperone duties and expectations. This is also an opportunity for chaperones to ask questions or address concerns.
Spirit Week is March 28th-31st. If students are participating in the theme day tops they can wear modified dress bottoms. If they are not participating they are expected to be in the BECS school uniform.
8th Grade Families:
In order to ensure a smooth transition to high school fees needs to be cleared in full.
Please note that student accounts may be updated with additional fees after the check-in process of books, equipment, Chromebooks, etc. (Chromebook damages will be sent away for a repair estimate) at the end of the school year. -WebStore.
Should you have any questions regarding your student's account, please reach out to Sam French. She is also available to take payments over the phone 8:00am - 4:00pm by calling 720-685-3297.
Spring Individual and Class Photos: (Pictures forms sent home this week)
Modified Dress is allowed on the day grades are assigned for pictures only.
Volunteers Needed to Check it out HERE
March 24th for Grades Kinder through 4th
March 25th for Grades 5th through 8th
Picture Day ID: To order online go to MyLifetouch.com
K-5 Groups: EVTG6DSNX
6-8 Groups: EVTT89DPF
All Spring Individuals: EVTSN6FXM
The theater department is looking to borrow or receive donations for our big spring show. We are looking to collect wooden chairs (all shapes and sizes welcome). Each donated or borrowed wooden chair = one free ticket to our show!
The theater department is hosting an art contest for students who would like to submit a portrait of Hans Christian Anderson." Come pick up a flyer with more information from Ms. Warner or the front office!" Your art could be featured in the spring musical AND you could win a package of free tickets for you and your family!"
Washington DC Trip: For current 7th Graders/Next year 8th Graders
This is your final reminder to RSVP for the meeting being held to discuss our school’s trip to Washington DC & Philadelphia next Spring. We will open enrollment at the end of the meeting, so please attend as we anticipate that spots will fill up quickly! We will cover itinerary details, safety, cost, and everything that’s included.
Can’t make the meeting, but want more information? RSVP using this link and select “No, but send more information” to stay in the loop.
I look forward to seeing you there!
The yearbook is jam-packed with amazing photos and memories from the 21-22 school year. You will not want to miss out on all the fun. Students will receive their books in May. Don’t delay. Copies are going fast. Once they are gone they're gone! LINK