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Beulah Elementary School

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    Create a place where students want to learn, teachers want to teacher, parents want to send their children, and employees want to work.


    ECSD Mission:

    The mission of the Escambia County School District is to provide an environment that creates opportunities for all students to achieve their highest potential while building a foundation for continuous learning.


    ECSD Strategic Aim:

    • Highest Student Achievement
    • Safe Learning & Working Environment
    • High Performing Work Force
    • Efficient & Effective System


    C&I GOAL:
    By Spring of 2020, 90% of students graduate from high school on time being college and career ready.


    2018-19 Focus:
    Utilization of CORE-LMS, “Personalized Learning” for employees and students , Trauma Informed Care/Mental Health Awareness, and “Unpacking & Repacking Standards”, Applying Instructional Shifts for ELA & Math Standards, Adopting and curating high quality standard aligned instructional materials.

    Quick Links

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    Beulah Sponsors

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


    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 



    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



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

    (850) 941-6180


    2018 Lunch with a Hero

    Kindergarten - September 19

    1st Grade - September 26

    2nd Grade - October 3

    3rd Grade - October 10

    4th Grade - October 17

    5th Grade - October 24


    There will be a registration form sent home the week before your scheduled day to sign-up for attending. This will speed the process up so we can run the background check and create a badge ahead of time for you to be on campus. 

    ALL those attending will need to have a valid photo ID

    Please know who your teacher is. If you have grandparents attending, they will need to know the teacher. We only let one group of visitors in at a time, we let them in by class, if they are unsure of the teacher, they will not be let in until all the classes have been sat. 

    While we wait for the classes to come down, visitors will be waiting outside on the bus ramp side. We will call in the parents for one class at a time once we are ready. 

    2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

    Beulah Elementary School fourth grade teacher, Allison Rhodes, has been named the school’s Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Rhodes has been teaching for over 20 years and this is her 5th year teaching at Beulah.  She has taught in Mississippi, Tennessee, and in Florida.  During her years in Escambia County, Mrs. Rhodes has worked in many schools, including Montclair, McArthur, PATS Center, and finally Beulah.   Mrs. Rhodes has been working with gifted students in multiple ways since 2005.  She has been married for 22 years and has two girls, Abbie and Gigi.


    ECSD Families App ! ! ! 



    What to Expect In the Event of a School Elevated Security Notification:


     Stay calm and alert.
     Follow the directions given to you by teachers and staff.
     Refrain from speculating on the event and broadcasting via cell phone or social media. Misinformation can aggravate the situation.
     In the event of an evacuation, remain calm and follow the directions of school staff and law enforcement.
     You will be reunited with your parents as soon as practical.


     Teachers and staff have been trained to handle emergencies that affect your student’s school.
     There will be no student checkout during an event.
     DO NOT attempt to access your student at the school during an event.
     Information provided by staff and students in the school during any event is generally incomplete and sometimes inaccurate. Refrain as much as possible from reacting to any information not originating from local authorities.
     Remember, in most cases, school security is elevated as a precautionary measure because of an external threat or because of law enforcement activity in the vicinity of your student’s school not because of activity on campus.
     Normal school activities will be impacted by security-related events.
     Status updates will be provided by the District.


     Be alert and report suspicious activity to local law enforcement.
     Consider your ability to assist with recovery efforts if community support is requested.



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    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:




    Be a part of an interactive calendar


    Sign up for volunteer opportunities


    Receive email and/or text notifications


    Track off campus volunteer hours




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




    Go to

    Enter Organization Code: beulahpta

    Click Enter and follow the prompts!



    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!



    Go to

    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 or call Shanna @ 417-718-1946. Thank you for all you do Beulah Families!

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    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.


    For more about our districts Vision2020:






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




    Free & Reduced Lunch Application

    Click Here


    If that link does not work, you can find the link on our ECSD Families page @

    Keep up with your student(s)

    Lunch Accounts

    The Escambia County School District is no longer using MealPayPlus for student meal accounts. They are now using MySchoolBucks. You'll need to create a new account and enter your student(s). If you had a balance, it will automatically transfer over to this new service. Like MPP, you can set it up to send you email alerts, auto pay, etc.



    - Get alerts when the account

    gets low


    - Make payments online


    2018-2019 SAC Meeting Dates

    *All meetings will be at 8:30am in the cafeteria unless otherwise noted.

    Meeting 1: Sept. 24

    Meeting 2: Oct. 18

    Annual School Advisory Council Training and Superintendent’s District School Advisory Council Meeting

    Hall Center – Room #160

    5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.


    Meeting 3:  Dec. 3

    Meeting 4: Jan. 28

    Meeting 5: Feb. 25

    Meeting 6: March 25

    Meeting 7: April 29

    Meeting 8: May 20  


    Parent Institute Newsletter

    Progress Report & Report Card Dates

    1st 9 Weeks

    8/13/18 - 10/12/18

    Report Cards - Oct. 22, 2018


    2nd 9 Weeks

    10/15/18 - 12/20/18

    Report Cards - Jan. 11, 2019


    3rd 9 Weeks

    1/7/19 - 3/12/19

    Report Cards - March 27, 2019


    4th 9 Weeks

    3/13/19 - 5/24/19

    Report Cards - May 24, 2019


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




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      Attention Parents

      School Choice Website

      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.