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M. Soileau ~ Principal           E. Duet ~ Assistant Principal         A. Fonseca ~ Instructional Coach


 

3rd Grade Goals

  • We will grow our index score from a 105.1 to a 108 on the ELA LEAP State Assessment.
  • We will grow our index score from a 102.9 to a 110 on the MATH LEAP State Assessment.
  • During 2017-2018 school year. We will use LDOE Tasks in Science and Social Studies to drive the Science and Social Studies curriculum. We will grow our Social Studies index from 73.2 to 85.

 

4th Grade Goals

  • We will grow our index score from a 107.4 to a 110 on the ELA LEAP State Assessment.
  • We will grow our index score from a 99.2 to a 105 on the MATH LEAP State Assessment.
  • During 2017-2018 school year. We will use LDOE Tasks in Science and Social Studies to drive the Science and Social Studies curriculum. We will grow our Social Studies index from 87.7 to 95.

 

Brees our Elf

Student conduct is tracked daily. All students who exhibit exemplary conduct each day receive a special cardinal cash from Brees, our elf on the shelf.  They place the cash in the box  on the stage each day.  Santa sends presents with Brees to put under our Christmas tree.  I will draw student names from the box on the last day of school and give students a gift that is under the tree.  If you would like to donate a gift for our tree, please send it to school letting us know its for our tree. It does not need to be wrapped.

Student Council & Girls on the Run

Student Council members & Girls on the Run are having a can food drive Dec.11th-18th.  The food will be donated to the Food Bank. You may send donations in with your child. The deadline to send food is Dec. 18th.

Harvey Rabbit

 

We have planned a special treat for students on Dec. 19th. Harvey Rabbit will come to do a special presentation for students.  Students with office referrals may not attend the entire activity.    

PTC News

Mrs. Lydia will send home letters requesting parents to watch classes for our teacher luncheon on Dec. 15th from 11:30-12:30.  Please consider volunteering. 

 

Upcoming Events

December 3 - Girls on the Run 5K 2:00 p.m. @ Southdown Plantation

December 5 - Testing Banquet 6:30 - 8:30
December 6 - Last day for money for Santa Pictures

December 6 - Texas Roadhouse Night

December 7 - Santa Pictures

December 7 - 5th and 6th Social Studies Research Papers Due

December 8 - Social Studies Fair Project Boards Due (Optional)

December 11 - 18 - Can Food Drive (Girls on the Run and Student Council)

December 13 - PK Christmas Program 9:30 a.m.

December 14 - Kindergarten Christmas Program & Craft (Lirette & Theriot) 9:30 a.m.

December 14 - Kindergarten Christmas Program & Craft (Landry & Marchand) 1:45 p.m.

December 14 - Pre-K Field Trip to SLECA 9:15 - 10:30 a.m.

December 15 - Teacher Luncheon

December 15 - 1st Grade Build Gingerbread Houses 2:00 p.m.

December 18 - December PBIS - Arts and Crafts

December 19 - Harvey Rabbit

December 19 - No PM Childcare

December 19 - End of 2nd 9 Weeks

December 20 - January 2 - Christmas Holiday

January 3 - Students Return

January 8 - Report Cards

January 12 - Staff Development Day (No School for students)

January 15 - Dr. Martin Luther King Holiday

February 5 - Progress Reports

February 12 -16 - Mardi Gras Holiday

March 20 - Report Cards

March 30 - April 6 - Spring Break Holiday

April 9 - May 4 - LEAP Grades 5-6

April 23 - Progress Reports

April 30 - May 4 - LEAP Grades 3-4

May 23 - Last Day for Students

 

2017-2018 Calendar

Congratulations

 

We would like to congratulate Ms. Amanda Martin for being selected as our Teacher of the Year and Ms. Kloie Keiser for being selected as our 5th Grade Student of the Year.

 

Expectations

S ~ Safety First

I ~ Interact Responsibly

N ~ Never Give Up

G ~ Give Respect

SMART Goals


 

Mission Statement

All Students will be lifelong learners.

Vision Statement

The Broadmoor Elementary Faculty is committed to providing all PK-6th grade students an essential curriculum with aligned instruction and assessments.  Through a caring environment, this will ensure that all students reach their full academic potential.  As a result, students leave Broadmoor as future leaders who are ready to continue along the college and career readiness path.

Educational Focus

Professional Development on engagement strategies for teachers resulting in engaging lessons that meet the needs of all students.

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