There will be no classes the week of November 19-23 for Thanksgiving Break. All classes will resume Monday, November 26, 2018.
Be a part of preparing our kids for a bright future! Burnet CISD has a rich history of excellence in academics and extracurricular activities and is committed to Crafting the Future with students.
The Bulldog Culinary Arts program, a.k.a THE IRON DAWGS, would like to invite you to COME EAT OUR HOMEWORK Thursday December 13, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Burnet High School in our student run restaurant (ROOM C110 - Bulldog Bistro).
On Saturday, November 10th, Burnet Middle School band members received the payoff for all of their hard work by auditioning for the ATSSB All-Region Band which represents the best of Central Texas and the Hill Country.
Patriotism, pride, and honor were proudly on display at Bertram Elementary as students presented a special program that paid tribute to local Veterans on Friday, November 9th.
Burnet High School's Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, November 29th. It is a great way to usher in the holiday season with cookie and ornament decorating, caroling, and some hot cocoa and s'mores.
Quest High School Student of the Month Dalton Cox along with Burnet High School Students of the Month Kinley Beyer and Rebecca Schilling were recognized for their accomplishments at the November 12th Board meeting.
For the past several years, Quest High School students have joined in on the fall festival activities at Shady Grove Elementary. The older students help with carnival games, face painting, and handing out treats to the excited first graders.
At the beginning of marching season, there were 165 4A bands vying for a spot at the UIL State Marching Contest. After long hours of practices and contests, the BHS Esprit de Corps finished their journey by placing 18th out of those 165 bands.
At the recent BHS Spirit, Pride, and Honor meeting, 250 freshmen divided into small groups in the cafeteria. The SPH Senior leaders played confidence building games and talked to the freshmen about how to make the most of their high school experience.