Bruceville-Eddy Independent School District

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  • BEISD has put in three Unifis to allow the public to use the schools internet in three parking lots. This is available in the following areas:

    • Parking lot to the side of the High School Gym
    • Behind the Intermediate where lunch pick up is
    • Between the Elementary & the High School

    Click on the following link for instructions on what you must do to your device before you connect to BEISD wifi:

    BEISD Wifi Instructions

    Email Leah Price, Technology Director for the passcode and any issues.

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     It has been announced this evening that with Governor Abbott’s order today, closing schools for the remainder of the school year. The UIL has cancelled all remaining activities for the 2019-2020 school year.
    Practices, rehearsals, and workouts remain suspended until further notice.
    Let’s keep all of our athletes, coaches, sponsors and UIL participants in our thoughts and prayers, most certainly our seniors, during this time.
    The Governor also stated that TEA will be giving recommendations for how to handle Graduation. We will update everyone as soon as we know more.
    Richard Kilgore, Superindentent 
    Bruceville-Eddy ISD
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  • BEISD understand that not all students have a device or access to the internet. If you have concerns about not being able to do online work then email the principal of your child's campus. The are willing and want to help. Click on the principal's name below to email them:

    Elmentary/Intermediate  Sharon Johnson

    Junior High Mike Hawkins

    High School Joe Woodard


    BEJH Parents & Students:

    The junior high school staff met this week and decided on our grading procedures for this "unprecedented" spring semester:

    The 4th 6 weeks:  This 6th weeks was completed, and those grades will hold.

    The 5th  6 weeks:  Students were in school for the first 3 weeks before spring break. That 3 week avg. will hold, but for the rest of the 5th 6 weeks, extra credit will be given for the work your student has been doing since spring break in their core classes. The extra credit range is 1 - 15 points added to the average, so that can make a positive impact on the 5th 6 weeks overall grade.  Non-core classes will hold with the grades given the 3 weeks we were in school as the 5th week average, unless the teacher decides to award extra credit.

    6th 6 weeks:  Teachers will take the higher average from the 4th 6 weeks or 5th 6 weeks and that will be the beginning average for the 6th 6 weeks, along with more extra credit, 1-15 points, added to that average, depending on the amount of work your student completes.

    We have researched strategies other schools are utilizing and agreed that this is the fairest and most successful way to award JHS students deserved credit during this crisis.  Our school board agreed and accepted this grading procedure for spring 2020.  

    Please reach out to your core teachers if you have any specific questions in their classes.  Otherwise feel free to email me at any time!

    Hope you all are staying safe.  We miss our students and wish them the very best during this challenging time.

    Locker cleanout and award pick up will be on 5/19/2020 from 9-12 and from  5-7.  You will be allowed 5 minutes to gather your things.  Please follow CDC guidelines regarding social distancing.  We are required to limit the number of people in the building, so please limit it to parents and student only.

    Thank and be safe,

    Mike Hawkins


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  • Instructional Resources during School Shutdown:


    Social Studies

    Khan Academy Social Studies

    PBS Learning Media

    Library of Congress Teachers Resources

    Science Khan Academy

    Multi Curriculum Areas

    TEKS Resource

    K-5 Math, Reading and Writing

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  • District TEA Accountability Ratings

    The District ratings are as follows:

    Overall Rating              B          83

    Student Achievement      B          85

    School Progress               B          87

    Closing the Gaps             C          72

    Congratulations to all Bruceville-Eddy students and teachers for all of their hard work for the TEA 2018-2019 Accountability ratings.

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  • Information from Health Dept on Bacterial Meningitis

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  • Electronic Communications

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  • A Parent's Guide: When to keep a sick kid home

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