Jessica McMullen, principal of RJ Richey Elementary and Dr. Doug Marvin, Principal of Quest High School are among the 85 school leaders from across Texas selected as the 2022 cohort of educators to attend summer institutes at the Principals’ Center at the Harvard Graduate School of Education sponsored by the Charles Butt Foundation, a non-profit pursuing a more equitable and prosperous future for all Texans through education and community partnerships.
Thanks to the Summer Food Service Program, nutritious meals during the summer are available at no cost to all children aged 18 and under.
If you really want to get ahead of the game and miss the crowds, here are the Campus School Supplies Lists for 2022-2023.
The last day of school will be Wednesday, May 25. Students will be dismissed 3-hours early.
Click the story link for helpful information about the upcoming Quest High School Graduation Ceremony on May 25.
Click the story link for helpful information about the upcoming Burnet High School Graduation Ceremony on May 26.
At the Scholarship and Awards Ceremony held at Burnet High School, The Hill Country Community Foundation awarded $388,864 in scholarships to 137 students. That is on top of what the Burnet Community provided in scholarships, which is more than $200,000.
Burnet High School is proud to announce that they are the home of 5 STATE Championships!
At Monday's meeting, the Board presented 75 certificates of recognition to BHS students that had competed at the State level or received State level recognition.
Bertram Elementary 4th and 5th Grade students had a special guest visitor on Friday, April 29th - KXAN meteorologist David Yeomans!