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Character Traits

Practicing the Pillars

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During the year we cover the Pillars of Character, this year we are also talking about the Habits of Mind:                                                             The Habits of Mind are an identified set of 16 problem solving, life related skills, necessary to effectively operate in society and promote strategic reasoning, insightfulness, perseverance, creativity and craftsmanship. The understanding and application of these 16 Habits of Mind serve to  provide the individual with skills to work through real life situations that equip that person to respond using awareness (cues), thought, and intentional strategy in order to gain a positive outcome.

 

Ask your child about how they are demonstrating these traits!

 

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Reminder--Strategic Plan Invitation

Reminder--Strategic Plan Invitation

Dear Parents and Guardians,

On Thursday of last week, I sent an email inviting you to participate in the

District's strategic planning process. This is a reminder, ...more

News

8/22/16
  • Beginning 2016-17, the District will no longer offer "emergency lunches."  Parents wishing to order meals must do so online at www.choicelunch.com by 9:00 am the day before the meal is served (4 days prior for field trips).  If you do not order by the deadline, please be sure to send a lunch to school with your child.  If you order lunch, please remind your child to pick it up.
  • Lunch program information is available on the District’s website at www.brssd.org/Lunch_Program.  This includes ordering information and applications for the Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program.
  • Students who qualified for free or reduced-price meals last year must re-apply by September 16 to continue to qualify for the rest of the year.
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5/24/16

Earlier this spring, our Board of Trustees authorized a new volunteer clearance process, which will improve student safety, reduce volunteer paperwork, and keep our practices in line with other neighboring districts, including the Sequoia Union High School District.  Importantly, volunteers who may be unsupervised with students (field trip chaperones, afterschool tutoring and clubs, playground supervision, book fair, etc.) will be required to have fingerprint clearance through the California Department of Justice and the FBI.  Fortunately, volunteers will only need to go through the clearance process once for their entire stay in our school district! 

 

Thanks to the partnership of our seven school PTAs, all volunteers who go through the fingerprint process by September 30, 2016, will do so at the District's expense.  You can complete the volunteer form online, and if you choose to be cleared for volunteer roles that require fingerprinting, you can print the necessary Live Scan fingerprint form and take it to a designated local vendor during business hours (Mon-Sat). 

 

Thank you for participating in this new process.  We're excited that this new approach will enhance student safety while doing away with annual volunteer clearance processes. 

 

Please do not procrastinate.  Starting with the 2016-17 school year, all volunteers must complete this process before they are allowed to volunteer.  To begin the clearance process, please go to the District's volunteer webpage.    

 

Please send questions to me or the Educational Services Department at edservices@brssd.org

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District Board Meeting Agenda

Next Board Meeting on Thursday November 12, 2015

Board Meetings are held at the District Office, unless otherwise noted, at:

2960 Hallmark Drive, Belmont

Open Session of our Board Meetings start at 6:15pm.

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Volunteer Registration

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If you want to be a volunteer in your child's classroom in 2014-15, be sure to register Here! 

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