National School Breakfast Week is March 6-10!
Stickers will be given each day to every student that eats breakfast.
(Cereal option available every day)
Monday – Breakfast Pizza or Cinnamon Roll *
Tuesday – Yogurt & Muffin Basket or Cinnamon Roll **
Wednesday – Krispy Kreme Donut & Hash Browns ***
Thursday – Berry YUM YUM!!! Or Chicken Biscuit*
Friday – Waffles & Sausage or Cinnamon Roll *
All served with fresh fruit and juice.
* Mon and Thurs: stickers will be stuck randomly on breakfast trays… if a kid finds a sticker, they win their choice of small random prizes or free slushie.
** Tuesday: Breakfast served in keepsake Kellogg’s collectable cereal bowl.
*** Wednesday : all kids who eat breakfast this day will be entered in a drawing for $10.
Each day a student eats breakfast, his/her name will be entered in a drawing for Customized 30oz BC Tumbler!
This means the students can have their name entered up to 5 times!
We hope that all students participate in National School Breakfast Week!
Angel/Charles- Haley Charles
Crabbe- Raylon Mathis
Morris/Moran- Marianna Arteaga
Pruitt- Hayden Carroll
Howard- Dakota White
Dickey- Krista Owensby
Rylee- Lane Beasley
Elrod- Riley Crawford
Ryals/Dalton- Miranda Black
Clark/Wheeler- Lauren Speed
Chitwood/Evans- Alaina West
Gilreath/Askew- Derric Vonier
Cox- Emmie Chitwood
Martin- Eden Amsalu
Purcell- Dylan Garmon
Rinckey- Andrew Pope
West- Ava Landers
Williams- Holden Thomas
Bellamy- Kloie Mincks
Blackmon/Loggins- Katie Tench
Carnes- Jose Torres
Dooley- Neil Eidson
Goodwin/Hart- Giselle Garcia
C. Milford- Briza Rojas
Gilleland/Peppers- Skyler Howington
Poole- Jacob Moran
Wilson- Molly Howard
The Banks County boys basketball team came to greet students at BCES this morning! Our students were so excited to get to meet these wonderful young men. We are so proud of you all and all you have accomplished this year!
Both the Leopards and the Lady Leopards will be playing in the second round of the 8AA Tournament. Girls will play at 4:00 and boys at 8:30. Let's pack the gym and help these young women and men as they begin their quest for a championship.
The 5th grade students have been learning about the history of African-American music in our country. Check out Mrs. Hinton's blog post to hear some of our 5th graders performing the African-American Spiritual "Oh Won't You Sit Down".
With the creation of the WoodmenLife Focus Forward Scholarship, high-school juniors and seniors are now eligible to apply for nearly $1 million annually in scholarships. The scholarships may be used at colleges, universities and trade schools. Scholarship money may be used for “education-related expenses,” which include tuition, fees, books, supplies, room and board. To be eligible the student needs to have been a Woodmen member for at least 3 years.