What's Happening This Week
We hope everyone enjoyed their time with family and friends over the Thanksgiving Break. We have 3 weeks to go before the Christmas Break, and there are lots of events happening during this time. A December calendar will be going home with your child this week, so please be on the look out for it. This week we have the following activities:
November 29th: High School Lady Mustang Basketball at San Angustine 6:00pm
November 30th: Donuts with Doc - 7:00 - 8:30am at Administration Building
November 30th: Elementary Awards Ceremony - 9:00am in Cafeteria
December 1st - 3rd: High School Basketball West Sabine Tournament (TBA)
December 1st: Attendance and Behavior Expectations Meeting with Ms. Urie - 5:30-6:30pm in Learning Center
December 2nd: Welding Competition - Angelina College
Donuts with Doc
Come Visit with Dr. Brant Graham
Superintendent, Burkeville ISD
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
7:00 – 8:30 am
Burkeville ISD Administration Building
Open to parents, employees, and community
Elementary Perfect Attendance
Elementary Perfect Attendance!
Averi Hooper and Lonnie Lilly won brand new bikes for having perfect attendance for the 1st Six Weeks. Thank you to all Elementary students who had perfect attendance the 1st Six Weeks. Parents, they could not do it without you, so thank you to you as well!
Congratulations Welding Team!
Congratulations to all of our students who participated in the welding competition on September 28th for the Rice Festival at LIT in Beaumont. You did an outstanding job and make us very proud. The BEST welders in East Texas are right here in Burkeville learning at BISD from the BEST welding teacher around Mr. Hadnot!
Senior Division Winners include:
Trent Hall 1st Place
Joseph Ashmore 9th Place
Marcel Green 25th Place
Colton Day 6th Place
Tristan Dalgleish 9th Place
Trinity Ashmore 21st Place
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Transportation changes will not be accepted after 1:30 p.m. Please try to resolve how your child will be getting home each day before they arrive at school. We do understand that families may have an emergency. The number of requests to change student's transportation after school has greatly increased and we want to ensure the safety of all children.
BUSES AND TRANSPORTATION
****Safety is the district’s foremost concern regarding our students. Students must be picked up and dropped off by the buses on the side of the road where they live. Students cannot cross the road to get on or off the bus. These changes have been made. The time that your child is to be picked up may be earlier so that he/she is not crossing the street. The times will change for some students so please be aware and have your child ready for the bus.