MEET THE BOARD: As we wind down School Board Recognition Month, we're profiling each of our members. Next up is Trustee Ryan Longstreth.
about 15 hours ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
MEET THE BOARD: As we wind down School Board Recognition Month, we're profiling each of our members. Next up is Trustee ShaVonne Brubaker.
1 day ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
The Beaverton Elementary Basketball Players are invited to the basketball triple header vs. Farwell this Friday, January 27th. Elementary basketball players that wear their game jersey to the game will get in for free! The JV boys play at 4:30, varsity girls at 6:00 and varsity boys at 7:30 for our Coaches vs. Cancer Game. We hope to see you there. GO RED!
3 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
It's time to sign up your interested baseball and softball players! Beaverton Baseball/Softball Little League information can be found on the attached photo.
3 days ago, Renee Inscho
Little League Sign Up Information
MEET THE BOARD: As we wind down School Board Recognition Month, we're profiling each of our members. Next up is Treasurer Tammy Grove.
4 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
A WORTHY CAUSE: An important heads-up for those attending Friday's home basketball triple-header vs. Farwell. Our National Honor Society students are doing their Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The Coaches vs. Cancer committee has been talking to area businesses to raise donations; these businesses will be recognized during the basketball games this Friday. Committee members will also be available at the games to solicit donations from fans. The JV boys tip off at 4:30 p.m., followed by the varsity girls and varsity boys. Whether you’re a coach, player or fan, you can join us in our fight against cancer. More info on CvC here: https://bit.ly/3Hy53Um
4 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
MEET THE BOARD: As we wind down School Board Recognition Month, each day we'll profile one of our members. Today, it's Vice-President Jason Pahl.
5 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
MEET THE BOARD: As we wind down School Board Recognition Month, each day we'll profile one of our members. Today, it's President Adam Zdrojewski.
5 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
SLOW DOWN AND BE SAFE As students and families settle in for the new semester, officials at Beaverton Schools are cautioning drivers to slow down and pay heed to campus traffic directives. “Traffic during arrival and dismissal can be hectic,” said Superintendent Joe Passalacqua. “You’ve got cars and buses and pedestrians all moving about. You’ve got some less-experienced drivers in that mix. We need everyone - students and adults - to take their time, follow our traffic directions and be patient and courteous.” The district is distributing a map that illustrates the proper traffic flow for student drop-off and pick-up, bus routes and appropriate driving areas for visitors. Passalacqua also cautioned drivers to follow the directions or risk running afoul of the two Beaverton Police Dept. employees who serve as School Resource Officers on campus. “We preach safety on our campus, and we just want drivers and pedestrians to exercise every possible caution, especially in these darker winter months when visibility isn’t as good,” Passalacqua said. “Let’s work together and take care of each other.” To keep up with all things Beaverton Schools, make sure you download the Beaverton Schools app by searching for “Beaverton Beavers” at the iPhone App Store or the Google Play store, and drop by www.beavertonschools.net regularly.
11 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Parents and guardians of Beaverton students are invited to support the Beaverton Schools Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). We are a volunteer organization made up of parents, teachers, administrators, and support staff who are all dedicated to the successful education of our children. The PTO works hard to help make the school year both enjoyable and exciting for the students, teachers and parents. This organization was founded with the following goals: To develop a partnership among parents, school, and community. To encourage communication and involvement among the parents, teachers, administrators, and students. To provide resources and support for teacher and student activities. You can join us in person on Tuesday, January 17 @ 3:30pm or join us virtually at the following link: https://meet.google.com/nmk-rmuz-woa
16 days ago, Joseph Passalacqua
PTO
THANK YOU, SCHOOL BOARD: It's School Board Recognition Month and we've got some nice things to say about these folks. Read all about it here: https://bit.ly/3iCDujc
16 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
BOTTLES AND CANS AND JUST CLAP YOUR HANDS: Beaverton students participating in Business Professionals of America need your help. They're fundraising to help defray expenses associated with their competitions and they're running a can drive. You can drop them in Room 155 at BJSHS or arrange pickup by asking a BPA member or calling Jill Wagner at 989.329.8642. Please help spread the word and thanks for supporting this great cause. #BPA #GoBeavers
17 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
GRATEFUL: Whether they're teaching safety lessons in classrooms, conducting home visits or keeping the peace in the hallways, our School Resource Officers do an admirable job of making our campus safe. Thank you, Officers Cingano and Doyle, for all you do for our kids every day. #Appreciation #GoBeavers
21 days ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
...AND TO ALL A GOOD BREAK: Beaverton Elementary closed out the year in style this morning, playing host to the BJSHS Band and Choir for a big ol' holiday singalong. Along the way, a handful of students were recognized for bringing the cheer, the crowd was treated to the teaching staff's unique interpretation of 'The 12 Days of Christmas' and, oh yeah, The Big Fella showed up. What a way to end 2022. Check out video of the show at https://youtu.be/rT7DWDmJn6w. #BringOn23 #GoBeavers
about 1 month ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
CAVALCADE OF CHRISTMAS CUTE: It happens every year: Our Kindergarten and Specials teachers get our little ones dressed up and trained in the art of holiday spirit, they put on a big show and melt our hearts. And they did it again this afternoon. Great job, class of 2035. #Beavers
about 1 month ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
SKATERS GONNA SKATE: Beaverton Elementary first-grader Memphis Adams is someone to watch in the years to come. Actually, she’s someone to watch right now. Last month, she competed in the annual Skate Midland event alongside 150 other athletes from around the state and beyond and crushed her division, placing first in Overall Program with Music and second in Fundamental Elements. This is a huge accomplishment that followed 18 months of dedicated training, lessons and flat-out work. Memphis’ mother, Caitlin, reports that Memphis is now working through various stages to compete at a higher level after the New Year. Congratulations, Memphis; we can’t wait to see what happens next. #HardWorkPaysOff #GoBeavers
about 2 months ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
AT THE MOVIES: There was no sign of Siskel or Ebert, but Beaverton's Gem Theater did host a group of VIPs Monday for an exclusive sensory-friendly showing of 'Strange World.' Our Links students and their Peers were treated to popcorn, drinks and a theater all to themselves, and they had a blast. Thanks to the Gem for the accommodations and a special afternoon for a great group of kids. (And if you haven't heard about Links, catch up here: https://bit.ly/3B8BnK4. It's a tale worth hearing.) #OnlyInBeaverton #GoBeavers
about 2 months ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
IT'S TIME TO FACE FACTS - DECEMBER IS HERE: So we can groan about short days and sub-zero temperatures, or we can follow the example set by BES first-graders and...BUILD GINGERBREAD HOUSES! Family members stopped by Friday to pitch in on construction, and it turned out to be more fun than ought to be possible with gum drops and graham crackers. Lots more photos at https://bit.ly/3H2TtRp. #IfYouBuildItSomeoneWillEatIt
about 2 months ago, Rusty Govitz
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
Striving to be the best school in mid-Michigan
More disguised turkeys from Mrs. Revis's Kindergarten Class.
2 months ago, Jeanice Revis
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey
More disguised turkeys from Mrs. Revis's kindergarten Class.
2 months ago, Jeanice Revis
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey
Disguised turkey