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Beulah Sponsors

*If you are interested in becoming a Beulah Sponsor, contact Mat Taylor

mtaylor3@escambia.k12.fl.us


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Yearly donations to technology

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Domino's Spirit Nights - 1st Tuesday of the month

20% of sales - Only the Michigan Ave. Store - 

 

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Sonny's Spirit Nights - 3rd Tuesday of the month

25% of sales (Dine-in, Drive-thru, & Call ahead)

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Jersey Mikes Spirit Nights - Last Tuesday of the month
20% of sales

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School Events

20% of sales

 

Prices are as follows:
$2 Kiddie Kona
$3 Regular Kona
$4 King Kona (w/ Free Wrist Band)
$5 Kowabunga in a Color Changing Cup
$5 Super Kona (Souvenir Cup)

*$3 Refills if you bring in your souvenir cup

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Fall & Spring individual pictures - 50% of sales

 

Group pictures - entire class - 30% of sales

 

Christmas pictures - 15% of sales

 


Provided 4th Grade Planners

 

Dental Hygiene Presentation with 3rd and 4th Grade 

 
 

 

Beulah Elementary School
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Early Release Friday, Dec. 15th ~ Dismissal at 11am

Principal: Monica Silvers

Assistant Principal: Mathew Taylor

  Daily School Schedule  
 

Doors open at 7:20am

Tardy Bell rings at 7:45am

Dismissal is at 2:00pm

*Students are not to be checked out after 1:30pm

 
 

Registration

*Please call the office to verify the registration portal is functioning

(850) 941-6180

 

2017-2018 Teacher of the Year


Beulah Elementary School third grade teacher Suzanne Hollingsworth has been named the school’s Teacher of the Year.  She has been at Beulah Elementary School for five years. She attended Beulah Elementary, Wedgewood Middle, Tate High, and the University of West Florida. She is certified to teach grades K-6 and completed her gifted endorsement in 2015. Suzanne and her husband Russell have two girls, Caitlyn and Hannah. Courtesy photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

 

Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!

January 22-26 2018

BEULAH ELEMENTARY

Monday,

January 22nd

Whole School-Read My Shirt Day-“Wear Your Words”

Wear a shirt with a saying or quote for others to read, with appropriate school language -Morning News Guest Readers (library)

 

-Whole School - DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) for 20 minutes

 

-4th grade Pair with a Kindergarten class: read a book and then help with AR test

 

-3rd grade Guest reader

 

-5th Design our own book covers

 

-2nd -Winter Read-a-Thon! We will set a goal for all of 2nd grade to read 2,000 books! Each child will be encouraged to read at least 10 books during this week. Each student will keep a log of the books that he/she reads. We will set aside time each day for DEAR! 

Tuesday,

January 23rd   

 Whole School- “Go Wild for a Good Book”

Dress tacky, wacky and/or wear crazy socks.  Go Wild!

 

-Morning News Guest Readers (library)

 

-Whole School-Drop everything and read for 20 minutes

 

-4th grade Pair with a Kindergarten class: read a book and then help with AR test; DEAR; Group author study

 

-3rd Guest reader

 

-5th Reader’s Theater

 

-2nd -Winter Read-a-Thon! We will set a goal for all of 2nd grade to read 2,000 books! Each child will be encouraged to read at least 10 books during this week. Each student will keep a log of the books that he/she reads. We will set aside time each day for DEAR!

 

-1st- Guest reader

Wednesday,

January 24th   

Whole School -“Color Your World with a Good Book”

K- Wear Pink

1. Wear Blue

2. Wear Green

3. Wear Red

4. Wear Purple

5. Wear Yellow

Special Area Teachers – Wear Orange

 

-Morning News Guest Readers (library)

 

-Whole School-Drop everything and read for 20 minutes

 

-4th grade Pair with a Kindergarten class: read a book and then help with AR test; DEAR; Group author study

 

-3rd Dress up as a book character

 

-5th DEAR

 

-2nd -Winter Read-a-Thon! We will set a goal for all of 2nd grade to read 2,000 books! Each child will be encouraged to read at least 10 books during this week. Each student will keep a log of the books that he/she reads. We will set aside time each day for DEAR!

 

-1st Guest reader

Thursday,

January 25th     

Whole School - “Find Yourself in a Good Book”

Dress like a character from a book and bring the book to school if possible.

 

-Morning News Guest Readers (library)

 

-Whole School-Drop everything and read for 20 minutes

 

-4th grade Pair with a Kindergarten class: read a book and then help with AR test; DEAR; Group author study

 

-3rd Guest reader and Story Element Board

 

-5th Guest Reader

 

-2nd -Winter Read-a-Thon! We will set a goal for all of 2nd grade to read 2,000  books! Each child will be encouraged to read at least 10 books during this week. Each student will keep a log of the books that he/she reads. We will set aside time each day for DEAR!

 

-1st- Guest reader

Friday,

January 26th    

Whole School - “ Reading Makes Your Dreams Come True”

Wear your PJ’s to school. 

 

-Morning News Guest Readers (library)

 

-Whole School-Drop everything and read for 20 minutes

 

-4th grade Pair with a Kindergarten class: read a book and then help with AR test; DEAR   Read-a-thon after test

 

-3rd Guest reader and dodecahedron

 

-5th Read-a-Thon

 

-2nd -Winter Read-a-Thon! We will set a goal for all of 2nd grade to read 2,000 books! Each child will be encouraged to read at least 10 books during this week. Each student will keep a log of the books that he/she reads. We will set aside time each day for DEAR!

 

-1st Guest reader

 

ECSD Families App ! ! ! 

     
 

Celebrate Literacy Week January 22-26

 

Theme: “FIND YOURSELF IN A GOOD BOOK”

 

Dress Up Days

 

Monday: “Wear Your Words” Wear a shirt with a saying or quote.

 

Tuesday: “Go Wild for a Good Book” Dress tacky, wacky and/or wear crazy socks.  Go Wild!

 

Wednesday: “Color Your World with a Good Book”

 K- Wear Pink

1-  Wear Blue

2- Wear Green

3- Wear Red

4- Wear Purple

5- Wear Yellow

Special Area Teachers – Wear Orange

 

Thursday: “Find Yourself in a Good Book” Dress like a character from a book and bring the book to school if possible.

 

Friday: “ Reading Makes Your Dreams Come True” Wear your PJ’s to school.  **Be sure PJ’s are dress code appropriate**

 
     

 

Bus Transportation for 2017 - 2018

 

PARENTS: HAS YOUR ADDRESS CHANGED? The Escambia County School District arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address it has on file at your child's school. Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child and ensure we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency by keeping your address information current at your child's school through Focus, our online parent portal. 

 

Parent Portal: https://focus.escambia.k12.fl.us/focus/auth/

 

You can update your information in focus yourself or come up to the school and we will be happy to help you. This information determines who can check out students, what address is used for bus pick-up and drop-off, numbers called in case of an emergency, etc. 

 

Once the school year starts, you can use "Infofinder" to type in your address and view bus number, pick-up and drop-off times, etc.

The link for InfoFinder: http://www.infofinderi.com/ifi/?cid=ECS1PXPQ7VQF

 

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2017 Tag Art Winners


 

Alex Newman

 

Award: Kids Tag Art Scott Lunsford Tax Collector’s Choice Award.


 

Yasal Kader

Award: Kids Tag Art Superintendent’s Choice Award


 

 

 

PT-Avenue

 

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https://www.pt-avenue.com/parents.asp

 

 

Don’t forget about signing up for PT-Avenue. It is free!

 

By registering online, you will be able to be a part of the action and in the know! You will receive:

 

Announcements

 

Be a part of an interactive calendar

 

Sign up for volunteer opportunities

 

Receive email and/or text notifications

 

Track off campus volunteer hours

 

AND NOW PURCHASE PTA MEMBERSHIPS and SPIRIT WEAR ONLINE!!!

 

Don’t delay, register online today! It’s easy!

 

 

TO REGISTER:

Go to https://www.pt-avenue.com/login

Enter Organization Code: beulahpta

Click Enter and follow the prompts!

 

Reminders:

Check “Yes” if you want to become a volunteer and select the opportunities you are interested in.

Enter email and phone number if you would like communication and text messages.

Add additional family members including students!

 

ALREADY A MEMBER:

Go to https://www.pt-avenue.com/login

Enter Organization Code: beulahpta

 

We are excited to share this way of communication with you! If you have questions, need assistance or notice something incorrect on your account, please email beaulahptavolunteer@gmail.com or call Shanna @ 417-718-1946. Thank you for all you do Beulah Families!

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Spirit Nights

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Beulah Wildcats Are "W-I-L-D" About Learning!

 

 

 

Chromebook Guardian Orientations

 

 

 

 

*Orientations should only last 20-30 minutes

 

A guardian MUST sign the Chromebook contract after an orientation for a student to be given a Chromebook Sleeve and permission to take the device home.

 

*If you are unable to attend any of these sessions, you can contact Mr. Townsend about coming in during the school day and completing the session another time.

KTownsend@escambia.k12.fl.us

 

For more about our districts Vision2020: http://escambiaschools.net/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1432018009102

 

 

 

Free & Reduced Lunch Application

Click Here

 

If that link does not work, you can find the link on our ECSD Families page @ http://escambiaschools.net/families

SAC Meeting Dates

Sept. 25

 

Oct. 24

 

Dec. 4

 

Feb. 26

 

May 14

Uniform Statewide Assessment Calendar

Progress Report & Report Card Dates

1st 9 Weeks

Progress Reports - Sept.11, 2017

Report Cards - Oct. 16, 2017

 

2nd 9 Weeks

Progress Reports - Nov.13, 2017

Report Cards - Jan. 9, 2018

 

3rd 9 Weeks

Progress Reports - Feb.5, 2018

Report Cards - March 19, 2018

 

4th 9 Weeks

Progress Reports - April. 23, 2018

Report Cards - May 23, 2018

 

*Parents & Students can log into focus at any time to view grades/progress

 

 

 

@Beulah_ES Twitter Feed

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The School Attendance Zone Advisory Committee (SAZAC) was formed to develop attendance zone recommendations for the closure of Woodham Middle School as well as the opening of Kingsfield Elementary School and Beulah Middle School.

 

Beulah Elementary (Before)

 

Beulah Elementary (After)

 

2018-2019 Attendance Zone Maps

 

Florida Health

Healthiest Weight

LivingHealthyInFlorida.com

With Healthiest Weight Florida's small steps to LIVING HEALTHY program, you can sign up to receive weekly emails for simple ways to Eat Smart, Move More, Be in the Know & Set Goals.

 

Make the healthier choice the easier choice, and register today at HealthiestWeightFL.com/LivingHealthy

 

 

 

Keep up with your student(s)

Lunch Accounts

https://www.mypaymentsplus.com/default.aspx

 

- Get alerts when the account

gets low

 

- Make payments online

 

 

Attention Parents

School Choice Website

http://choice.escambiaschools.org/

From this website you can get all of the information that you need to apply to a magnet school or career academy within the Escambia County School District.

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