It was a full house at Monday's Board Meeting as 13 Burnet High School students were recognized for their state-level achievements and representation of Spirit, Pride and Honor.
The recent Burnet Middle School plant sale was a "flourishing" success; in fact, it was the biggest and best ever, according to BMS Greenhouse Teacher Shelly Townsend.
The ground breaking for the Bertram Elementary Classroom Addition will be held Thursday, April 7th. Shovels will turn the dirt at 2 p.m.!
Spring is just around the corner and the Burnet Middle School Greenhouse classes are ready to get some beautiful plants and vegetables in your hands!
The Spirit, Pride, and Honor Leadership Team presented to district and campus staff the work they have been engaged in this year to define and create mental models of what Spirit, Pride, and Honor is, and how it can be taught and experienced at all campuses PK-12.
Open to the public for observation on 3/7/22 at 4:00 p.m.
Spirit, Pride, and Honor is often easier "seen" than described. The BHS teaching staff each chose a student that walks the walk of Spirit, Pride, and Honor on a daily basis. These 53 students were recognized at a special breakfast this past Tuesday.
BHS students Benjamin Johnson, Jacob Johnson, and Sydney Shaffer were honored at the February Board Meeting for receiving the College Board National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award.
As of the February 18 filing deadline, only the two Board of Trustee incumbents up for election filed for the May 7 School Board Election. Those filing include Earl Foster in Place 1 and Andy Feild in Place 5. Since both incumbents are running unopposed, the Board will approve a resolution in March canceling the May 7 School Board Election.
Happy TWOsday from the Burnet CISD Board of Trustees. This is Nacho Average Taco Twosday, and this is not your average School Board. Taking care of the serious business of running a school district, but willing to have fun!