On Tuesday, May 19, and Thursday, May 21, from 7:30 am - 5:30 pm, Beebe Early Childhood will have our final drop off and pick up days for the 2019-2020 school year. During these times, students and parents may drop off completed AMI work as well as all school devices (Chromebooks and chargers) that they checked out. In addition, the following may be taken care of on these days: 1️⃣ Return library book 2️⃣ Return baggy books 3️⃣ Pickup student school supplies 4️⃣ Pickup student report card 5️⃣ Pickup pre-purchased yearbook - A limited number of yearbooks will be available for purchase and it will be first come first serve. Cost will be $30.00 payable by check or exact amount of cash. 6️⃣ Pay lunch charges (prior to March 16, 2020) All parents will need to follow the afternoon kindergarten car pickup routine, lining up on California/Railroad Street. Signage and staff members will direct parents to drop off and pick up locations. Parents will exit the campus to Holly Street. Thank you for your support.
Anyone who receives speech therapy, occupational therapy, or physical therapy and has not already been contacted by their service provider- please contact Sara Shock this week to help you connect to the right person. email@example.com or call 501.529.3123.
If you need to contact your child’s teacher or another staff member, please click on the link below for emails and information. https://www.beebebadgers.org/o/early-childhood/staff
Chromebooks and hard copy AMI packets will be disbursed to students who still need them in a drive-through process on Tuesday, April 7, from 7:30 am to 11:30 am at Beebe Early Childhood. Anyone who has not yet received a Chromebook or hard copy AMI packet may pick them up at this time. Also during this time, a technology help desk will be available to assist with any technology issues you may be having.
⚠️ Attention parents of Kindergarteners that will start school in the fall of 2020! Please make plans join us on March 5, 2020. You will need to bring the following to registration: 🔺Birth Certificate 🔺Social Security Card 🔺Physical 🔺Shot Record 🔺Proof of Residence We look forward to meeting our new kindergarten families! For more information call 501-882-5463 Ext. 1099
Dear Families, We have come to the time of year to expect cold and flu symptoms. Some of these are unavoidable but there are several things you can do at home to help prevent illness and keep everyone feeling healthy. Here are some tips to remember: Please wash all coats, backpacks and lunch boxes. If you are unable to wash it in the washing machine, please use a disinfectant on it. If your child brings a water bottle to school, please have them take it home daily to be washed or bring a new one each day. Please remind your child to cover coughs and sneezes with their elbow or a tissue and them wash their hand or use hand sanitizer. WASH, WASH, WASH YOUR HANDS! This is still the best defense against illness. Encourage your children to wash, especially before meals, using soap and warm water. To ensure they are taking enough time to adequately kill germs, have them sing the ABC song while scrubbing. Unfortunately, even with the best care, a virus can make us sick. Cold symptoms are best relieved with rest and fluids and may last as long as 10 days. If symptoms persist longer than this, the child should see a physician. Please keep in mind the guidelines below when deciding if your child should come to school. Any child with the following symptoms should stay home: -A fever 100 degrees or higher. A child should not come back to school until the temperature is normal for 24 hours without medication. -vomiting or diarrhea -a frequent cough -any rash accompanied by a fever -ear pain and/or eye drainage -sore throat with a fever and/or rash Thank you for helping us keep our students healthy and at their best.
These students in Ms. Eden’s class are having fun showing off ways to make 5 while waiting for the bus! 5️⃣ 🚌
Nurse Amber and Nurse Tosha, from Beebe Elementary, recently attended a one day Arkansas School Nurse Academy workshop at Wilbur D. Mills Coop. The nurses had the opportunity to learn the latest technology in managing the complex health issues of Arkansas school children. Each nurse received a hearing aid tester and cleaner, as well as approximately $600 worth of asthma supplies for our students!
Our Scholastic Book Fair will be November 18-21. This year you may give your student a secure cash-free way to shop at the book fair. Click the link below for more information about eWallet and to take a look at our book fair! https://www.scholastic.com/bf/beebeearlychildhood
Like to stay updated on current events? You can download our smartphone app or click the link to visit our website. You can go to events page or click on the school calendar. https://www.beebebadgers.org/o/early-childhood
Deadline extended to October 31st! More than 220 BEC families have already signed up - join them! To sign up and order your thermometer, tap this link from your smartphone to download the Kinsa app and join our school group: https://get.kinsahealth.com/newUser . Cheers to a healthier flu season!
Beebe School District has been approved for up to five AMI Days for the 2019-20 school year. Follow the link to read more about how the days will work and what to expect. - http://bit.ly/amidays1920 #BPRD
Please join us TONIGHT for our Math & Literacy Fall Festival! All games and bounce houses will be FREE! Kona Ice will be selling snow cones. Prices range from $3-$6 depending on the size of the cup. This will be a fun night of learning and enjoying our school family. We would like to ask for donations of candy to use as prizes for our learning games. Thank you for your candy donations! We can’t wait to see you at our BEC Fall Festival!
Students and families are asked to join us for a math and literacy fall festival. All games and bounce houses will be FREE! Kona Ice will be selling snow cones. Prices range from $3-$6 depending on the size of the cup. This will be a fun night of learning and enjoying our school family. Please make plans to join us! We would like to ask for donations of candy to use as prizes for our learning games. If you are willing to donate, please send a bag of candy with the ticket that was sent home with this note, taped to the bag. Thank you in advance for your donations! We can’t wait to see you at our BEC Fall Festival!
"Beebe Early Childhood's top first grade artists pose with their winning artworks, ribbons, and prize money from the White County Fair Art Show! Congratulations, artists!" ~Ms. Davis #BEC #BPRD The winners are Adelia Hapner, Kinley Lercher, Kenely Thorne, Dexter Lowery, Kamryn Looney, Eli Bryant, Olivia Brown, Rex Chapman, Macy Martin and Ellie Allen. #BEC #BPRD
"Beebe Early Childhood's top kindergarten artists pose with their winning artworks, ribbons, and prize money from the White County Fair Art Show! Congratulations, artists!" ~Ms. Davis and Ms. Brown The winners are Kamila Joslin, Kimberly Turpin, Brady Johnson, Shiloh Love, Aubrey Stephens, Colton Angus, Addilyn Taylor, Isabella Watkins, Jaedyn Losoria, Dylan Showalter, and Emersyn Blackinston.
We are proud of our new first grade 2019-2020 Class Ambassadors! Class Ambassadors are students that stand out as leaders in the classroom. They are obedient, responsible, friendly, and eager to help. Jobs of an ambassador: -Show new students around the building -Help teachers/office/counselor with special responsibilities -Be the "leader" of the classroom -Attend meetings with Mrs. Curtis to learn how to be a great leader Kindergarten ambassadors will be announced this afternoon. :)
It's time to order BEC yearbooks! You may click on the link below to order. Order now until September 27th and receive 4 free icons. *Please note that yearbook personalization must be purchased for students to be eligible for the “4 free icons.” Offer runs through 9/27. http://jostensyearbooks.com/?ref=A01110241
Good morning! Please be aware of the flow of traffic at BEC. Follow this link to view all of our 2019-20 traffic maps!- http://bit.ly/trafficmaps1920. Please note that bus routes may take slightly longer than normal for the first few days of school. Please have patience and remember that student safety is always our first priority! #BPRD
The Lady Badger Volleyball team is hosting is annual Volleyball camp for 1st-6th Grade Students! Current kindergarten students may also enroll. Please see attached brochure with information concerning the camp! The brochures were sent home on Monday. If there are any questions, please direct those to Audra Higgins, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Friday, May 17, 2019, Beebe Early Childhood students will have an end of year celebration. Parents and guardians are welcome to attend. It will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 2:00 p.m. If you would like your child to wear sunscreen, please apply it to their skin before coming to school. Your child will visit stations on this day and be able to purchase items from the concession stand. We are looking forward to a fun filled day!
Teachers and school support staff play a critical role in educating and shaping our children: the future leaders of our country. They are kind, patient, hard-working, dedicated and understanding professionals that mold our children’s lives in a positive direction. We entrust our children with the teachers, and they affect their lives on a daily basis. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
We have the all clear from the Beebe Police Department and are headed back to the classrooms. Special Ed buses may be running late this afternoon.
All Beebe Early Childhood students are safe in the shelter.
The kindergarten music program is tonight! It will be in the Beebe Schools Auditorium on the main campus. We will perform at 6:30 and at 7:15. The dress for the program is nice school or church clothes. You will need to have your kindergarten student at the auditorium 10 minutes before his or her class performs. Those of you who will be arriving by 7:05 for the 7:15 performance, please stay in the foyer of the auditorium until the 6:30 performance is over and the audience starts leaving so that we are able to get all the children on the stage back to their parents quickly.
Ms. DeJesus’ girls had a fun in BEC time with Nurse Amber! They helped clean up the campus for earth day ! 💚🌎🦋🐝💙
Due to excessive flooding, Beebe School District will not be in session tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12, 2019. This will be an AMI Day for all schools in the district.
Don't forget to send in your pictures of your family or child performing acts of kindness. You may send them with your child to school or email them to email@example.com .
Ms. Stacy Taylor's students used their handwriting and art skills to make 100 Christmas cards for the residents of the Beebe Retirement Center! Before being delivered, the cards were used for lots of math word problems and fun counting activities! The students focused on being kind and wishing others well as they made the cards! When asked about the card project, several students said the following: I like doing kind things. I hope the people will be happy because they see all the cards! It’s like a gift or a stocking. I like art and it’s for them and they will smile. They gave me candy when I trick-or-treated them. I am making the cards to give to all them and the cards make them smile. I love making cards for people because it will make them happy and feel good! People like a nice card. People will like them. I hope they like them and it was fun and that’s like Christmas! So everybody should have a Merry Christmas!
THIS WEEK ONLY! YEARBOOK HOLIDAY SWEEPSTAKES! Order your yearbook online and you are automatically entered to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card. CLICK HERE TO BUY: www.jostensyearbooks.com/?ref=A01110241
Please check your child's folder daily for more upcoming information on these events. You may also visit our webpage. http://www.beebebadgers.org/o/early-childhood/events
The 1st grade music program, Our Night Before Christmas, is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, November 29, in the Beebe School Auditorium. Your child’s class will perform at the time listed below. 6:30 7:15 Carranco Kinman Zigler Henson DeJesus Vance Hall Woechan Mitchell Moore Mancuso Adair They can dress in nice school clothes or Sunday clothes, a Christmas outfit is great if they have one. Please have your child arrive 15 minutes before their performance time. Thank you, for supporting your child's hard work by being in attendance.
AMI Day Packets 1 and 2 were sent home this afternoon. Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) are instructional days for students when the district is closed due to inclement weather, emergency or other exceptional circumstances where the district must close. The student will complete the packet when necessary and then return the to their teacher. The packet will also be accessible online. You will need to click on the link, choose the grade level and then the name of the students teacher. The link will be posted below and on our school's webpage. 2019: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dF5UkEwfYZdfUc12sFb1sKwAXlZ9NDls?ogsrc=32
The Scholastic Book Fair starts Monday! Click on the link below for more information or to shop online. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/beebeearlychildhood
Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school—and themselves. Start building this habit now so they learn right away that going to school on time, every day is important. Good attendance will help children do well in early childhood, elementary, middle school, high school, college, and at work. Cold and fle season has arrived! To keep absences to a minimum, please see the chart below to determine if your child is too sick for school.
For a list of our current events, click the link below to visit our website. http://www.beebebadgers.org/o/early-childhood/events
The Beebe Early Childhood Book Fair will be November 9th - 16th. You may start shopping online November 4th through November 17th. For a sneak peek and more information, please click the link below. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/beebeearlychildhood
The Kindergarten field trip to the pumpkin patch is tomorrow. Buses will leave out 8:15-8:30. Click on the link below for directions. https://maps.google.com/maps?q=peebles+farm&hl=en&ll=35.308682,-91.296043&spn=0.141485,0.306244&sll=34.751928,-92.131378&sspn=4.557668,9.799805&hq=peebles+farm&t=m&z=12&iwloc=A
Power is now restored. We will still be releasing at 2:00 today as planned. Car Riders will be released at 1:50 for 1st grade and 1:53 for kindergarten.
Many of our youngest students miss 10 percent of the school year—about 18 days a year or just two days every month. Chronic absenteeism in kindergarten, and even preK, can predict lower test scores, poor attendance and retention in later grades, especially if the problem persists for more than a year. Do you know how many young children are chronically absent in your school or community?
Homecoming & Red Ribbon Week September 24- PJ DAY- "Follow your dreams and don't do drugs!" (No slippers please). September 25- CAREER DAY- "We are too smart to do drugs!" Dress up as what you want to be when you grow up. September 26- HAWAIIAN/TROPICAL DAY- "Lei off drugs!" Wear bright colors and/or leis. September 27- JERSEY DAY- "Team up against drugs!" Wear your favorite team jersey or t-shirt. September 28- HOMECOMING- "Badgers are proud to be drug free!" Dress in school colors or a Badger shirt. **ALL OUTFITS MUST ABIDE BY SCHOOL DRESS CODE!**
Over the next week, our cafeteria will be serving homemade refrigerator dill pickles made with fresh cucumbers from Barnhill Orchards in Cabot. Please encourage your child to try them! 🥒
ORDER YOUR 2018-2019 BEEBE EARLY CHILDHOOD YEARBOOK TODAY. There's nothing like getting your yearbook. It's the limited edition collection of our schools stories for this year. Don't let your student miss out on sharing and reliving the big events that will make this year special. Yearbooks are now on sale for the lowest price of the year. ORDER NOW AND SAVE $5.00! Also, if you order personalization ($6.00), you will receive up to four icons free! BOOK PRICE: $25.00 DEADLINE: 09/28/2018
Attendance Awareness Month is September, but the campaign to end chronic absence starts now! It’s a bigger problem than you probably think. The foundations of learning starts here. Learn more about chronic absence and join the Attendance Awareness Campaign today! http://bit.ly/1oqfID7
Please join us tonight for Open House! We look forward to seeing our kindergarten and first grade students and families! We encourage you to bring your students backpack and school supplies. It will be one less thing to have on an exciting first day of school. If your child takes prescription medicine that they will be taking during the school day, please bring it tonight. It will be a great time to drop it off to Nurse Amber. Also, if you have a child with a food allergy, you may speak to our cafeteria manager, Ms. Yolanda. Be sure to visit our transportation tables to get your child set up so you can let the teacher know how they are arriving and leaving school. We will have a bus riders, car rider and Before and After School tables for your convienence.
CONGRATS to Beebe Readers who have reached 45,004 minutes read this summer! From Beebe Early Childhood the highest number of minutes were read, so far, by the following classes: Cozad, Stigler and Chapman. In first grade, the classes of Carranco, Vance and Mitchell read the most minutes. At Beebe Elementary, GRADE TWO has logged the MOST minutes overall with 28,336! WHOA! Third grade classes logging the most minutes are: Ussery, Bass and Bell. Ms. Sebourn's class is leading the pack for 4th graders. GREAT JOB Beebe Readers! Keep up the good work!
As part of her practicum class, Tina Bibbs, applied for a grant from Lowe's for the Early Childhood Library. The grant was for $2700. Mrs. Richey was notified earlier this month that the grant had been awarded to the EC Library. Funds will be used to purchase maker space STEAM activities and materials for teachers to check out through the library. Thank you to Ms. Bibbs and Ms. Richey. This will be a great addition to our school.
If you would like information for Badger Bookmobile 2018. Please click on the link below to join our class. (For reference, our class code is @76hc8e.) https://www.remind.com/join/76hc8e Thanks for joining! Kay Calvert P.S. Remind is a free, safe, and easy way for me to reach you with important information. Want to learn more? Go here: https://help.remind.com/hc/en-us/articles/201342445
Tomorrow, Friday, May 18, 2018, BEC students will have an end of the year celebration. It begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m. Please send your child an extra set of clothes. They will be playing water games and may get a little wet. If you would like your child to wear sunscreen, please apply it to their skin before coming to school. Your child will visit stations on this day and be able to purchase items from our concession stand. We are looking forward to another fun filled day! B.E.C. Concession Stand DRINKS Bottled Water $1.00 Hugs Juice .75 CANDY Blow Pop .25 Ring Pop $1. 00 Candy Bar $1.50 Cookies $0.50 Pixie Stix $1.00 Skittles/Starburst $1.50 Airhead Extreme $1.50 Nerd Rope $1.50 SALTY TREATS Chips .50 Pickles $1.00 Pickle Pop $0.25 Popcorn $1.00
The Badger Food Pantry will be distributing food today from 8:30-1:30.
Carranco, Crystal 9:55 AM (1 minute ago) to me Tomorrow 1st grade will visit Goff Public Library and have a picnic lunch. Space is very limited, so this visit will only include students and teachers. Vance, Adair, Woechan, Henson, Kinman will go at 8:30. Carranco, Zeigler, Forehand, Camp, and Mitchell will go 11:00-1:00.
Dear Parents, The kindergarten music program is scheduled for tonight, Thursday, April 26th. We will perform at 6:30 and 7:15. Your child's class will perform at the following time. 6:30 Wooten, Harvey, Chesser, Koonce, Stigler, Cozad, Newton, and Mancuso 7:15 Simpson, Jeffery, Musto, Chapman, Wallace and Barrentine Your child can wear their Beebe Early Childhood t-shirt or their pod color. You will need to have your child at the auditorium on the main campus 10 minutes before his/her class performs. Those who will be arriving by 7:05 for the 7:15 performance, please stay in the foyer of the auditorium until the 6:30 performance is over and the audience starts leaving so that we are able to get all the children on the stage back to their parents quickly. I look forward to seeing you at "Our Celebration of Kindergarten." The children have worked hard in music class learning the songs. Karen Wisdom Music Teacher
The Kindergarten music program will be this Thursday, April 26th.
Progress reports were sent home on Thursday, April 19th.
FIRST GRADE LUNCH MENU CHANGE The first grade students will not have the turkey and cheese basket option for lunch tomorrow. They will all have BBQ chicken sandwiches, corn, coleslaw, frozen juice bar, fresh fruit and milk. Thanks.
If you have or know of a child who will be turning 5 years old on or before August 1, 2018 you may now begin enrolling them for Kindergarten. Enrollment paperwork packets are available in the Early Childhood office from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Other important documents required for Kindergarten registration are copies of the birth certificate and social security card, an up to date physical and shot record, as well as a proof of residence (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.). If you have any questions please call the Early Childhood office at 501-882- 5463 ext. 1099.
There will be no school this Friday, April 13, 2018. It is a built in inclement weather day.
The Beebe School District will dismiss school early on Thursday, March 15th at 2:00 p.m. for Parent/Teacher Conferences. First grade car riders will dismiss at 1:50 p.m. and Kindergarten car riders will dismiss at 1:53 p.m. We look forward seeing all Kindergarten and First grade parent(s)/guardian(s) on Thursday, March 15th.
Tomorrow, March 14th, all Beebe Early Childhood students will go to the auditorium to watch the Beebe High School production of Beauty and the Beast. Please have your child to school on time as we will load buses quickly at 8:15 am. Also, please do not plan to eat lunch with your child tomorrow, we will have an alternate lunch schedule. This event is for BEC students only. Family members will not be allowed to join our group. There will be a showing for the public on Thursday, March 15th at 7:00 pm.
Kindergarten registration packets are available in the Early Childhood office, Monday-Friday from 7:30-4:00.
The next Badger Food Pantry distribution day will be Wednesday, March 14th from 8:30-1:30.
Beebe School District Kindergarten Registration 2018-2019 The Early Childhood Lobby will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for Kindergarten Registration on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Students who are starting kindergarten for the 2018 -2019 school year must be five on or before August 1st, 2018. When parents come to register incoming kindergartners, they will need the following five pieces of documentation for the student: social security card birth certificate proof of residency current shot records current physical Please plan to attend Kindergarten Registration in the lobby without children (if possible). March 8, 2018 is a day for completing registration paperwork.
Congratulations to Macey Sutterfield, from Ms. Carranco's class, the winner of our Love Monster Art Contest at First Security Bank in Beebe! Macey's art hung alongside many others for the community to enjoy and vote for their favorite. Macey had the most votes and received a gift card for $25.00! Thank you to First Security Bank for sponsoring the contest and gift card. Also, thank you to our amazing art teacher, Ms. Shauna Davis!
REMINDER FOR 1ST GRADE: Please return permission slips and money for Disney on Ice field trip by next Friday, March 16th. The field trip will be Friday, April 20th. For more information or if you need another form, please contact your child's teacher. Thanks!
Beebe School District Kindergarten Registration 2018-2019 The Early Childhood Lobby will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for Kindergarten Registration on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Students who are starting kindergarten for the 2018 -2019 school year must be five on or before August 1st, 2018. When parents come to register incoming kindergarteners, they will need five pieces of documentation for the student: social security card, birth certificate, proof of residency, current shot records, and a current physical. Please plan to attend Kindergarten Registration in the lobby without children (if possible). March 8, 2018 is a day for completing registration paperwork. We will have a Family Night for upcoming kindergarteners in April. This will be a time to do hands on learning activities as a family, as well as get to know our school and staff. We look forward to seeing you all.
With the large amounts of rainfall we’ve received and flash flood warnings into effect, some roads will likely be impassable this afternoon and Thursday morning. Flood Routes may be found on the web page under the Transportation tab. If your road is under water, the bus will not be able to travel down it and you will need to meet the bus at another stop or bring your child to school. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please click on the link below for flood route information. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/49a09369e5118974f8c82201b7b1ae14/Flood%20Routes%2015-16.pdf
The Badger Food Pantry will be distributing food on Wednesday, February 21st.