Come Learn About Bally!

We R Bally Night, Virtual Curriculum Night, Conferences

September 23rd: Learn About Our Online Programs at 6pm

We use Canvas, Behavior Flip, and Infinite Campus at our school to communicate academic and behavior progress.


You are invited to an information session aimed at teaching you how to connect to your child's Canvas and Behavior Flip programs so you can check progress.


Can't come in person??? We also offer an online handbook and instructional videos so you can discover the information on your own time at your own pace.


CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ONLINE PROGRAM HANDBOOK WITH VIDEOS

Behavior Flip info coming this week

September 25th: We Are Bally Night from 6-8pm

This event is designed by our 8th graders to welcome you to our school and show you how to connect your child with our school activities.


  • Free Chick Fil A dinner
  • Games
  • Prizes
  • Club and Activity Fair
  • School Tours

Virtual Curriculum Night

As a means of connecting with EVERYONE, not just parents who are available on a set date, the staff is putting together a virtual curriculum night that you can watch at your convenience and with your kids. We know this is a shift from our initial plan, but we thought this would be a more inclusive and broad-reaching effort.


I will send out all of the links in an organized fashion next weekend. Teachers are putting their videos together this week.

October 3rd: Parent-Teacher Conferences for Selected Students

Having a virtual curriculum night instead of an "in-person" curriculum night allows us to open up conferences on the 3rd for more slots for parents to conference with teachers. Teachers will be purposefully scheduling with parents of kids who are struggling with class. If you are not contacted but want a conference, please reach out to your kids' teachers. This round of conferences is not for 100% of the kids. We will have an "everybody" conference in February. With 120 students each, this is our effort to connect with our parents of kids who are struggling most.

October 9th: Parent-Teacher Conferences for Selected Students

Having a virtual curriculum night instead of an "in-person" curriculum night allows us to open up conferences on the 3rd for more slots for parents to conference with teachers. Teachers will be purposefully scheduling with parents of kids who are struggling with class. If you are not contacted but want a conference, please reach out to your kids' teachers. This round of conferences is not for 100% of the kids. We will have an "everybody" conference in February. With 120 students each, this is our effort to connect with our parents of kids who are struggling most.
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