Camp Invention registration numbers are climbing and we want your child(ren) there, too! You’ll want to make sure to register before 3/31 in order to save $40 (promo code: RECHARGE40). Camp Invention will take place July 5th-9th from 9:00-3:30 with the option of extended care, if needed. Extended Care is simply childcare and will run from 7:30-9:00 and 3:30-5:30 for an additional $80. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1otqoU32MEK9xPGuf_t0ylVzzjfMzQ9o9/view https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX4r8bQSsJA
Parent-Teacher Conference sign-ups are now open! Please register for your time at this link: https://ptc1536850752.ptcwizard.com/parent/ You may also call your student's school office and register by phone.
As a reminder, Mr. Watson sent this message out last week about a switch in our e-learning day for tomorrow. A significant number of our staff are getting their 2nd COVID vaccine on Monday, February 15th. Because side effects are more likely after the 2nd dose, we're going to flop our Remote Learning Day currently scheduled for Friday, February 12th and make Tuesday, February 16th a Remote Learning Day instead. Friday, February 12th will now become a normal In-Person Learning Day. If a large number staff are absent due to side effects, we would not have the staff/subs to open the building on the 16th. We would rather be proactive than put everyone in scramble mode to find childcare, ect. the morning of the 16th. Friday, Feb. 12th – In-Person Learning Monday, Feb. 15th President’s Day (No School) - the day most staff get their 2nd vaccine Tuesday, Feb. 16th – Remote Learning Day Wednesday, Feb. 17th – resume In-Person Learning
Bus Drivers Needed Hiring 1 Full-time Driver and Part-Time Drivers Contact Jim Ribbe at 217-759-7261 or email@example.com Application: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1067990/Support_Staff_Employment_Application__10_.pdf
Did you know that BHES now has access to myON, a Renaissance program that offers thousands of books for our students to read on their own? They can also be read to them! And once the student is done reading the book, they are able to take an AR test on the story (1st grade and up). Also available is the News portion of myON, which includes 5 new articles a day according to the students’ ability levels. Check out this short video to learn more: https://p.widencdn.net/5or7cb/Getting-Started-with-myON-News!
Looking ahead, we want to try and minimize our chances of being shut down due to COVID-19 and forced to go fully remote learning. With that being said, our current return plan from Christmas Break will be similar to what we did after Thanksgiving Break. The first 3 days (1/4 – 1/6) will be Remote Learning Days. We will return to In-Person Learning on Thursday (1/7). We were originally scheduled to have an E-Learning Day on Friday, Jan. 8th. We will forgo the E-Learning Day on the 8th and that will be a normal In-Person Learning Day. I hope everyone enjoys the break. You all deserve it! Monday, Jan. 4th Remote Learning Day Tuesday, Jan. 5th Remote Learning Day Wednesday, Jan. 6th Remote Learning Day Thursday, Jan. 7th In-Person Learning Day Friday, Jan. 8th In-Person Learning Day
Full and part-time bus drivers needed. Interested? Contact Jim Ribbe at 217-759-7291 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dear BHES Families, Please read the following information very carefully. This pertains to updated information regarding quarantining after potential exposure due to close contact with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 Please note that the CDC currently recommends a quarantine period of 14 days. However, the CDC and the Illinois Dept. of Public Health have agreed to the following options to shorten the quarantine period. These are the acceptable alternatives: • Quarantine can end after Day 10 without testing and if student has no symptoms. • Quarantine can end after Day 7 if the student tests negative and if no symptoms were reported during daily monitoring. The test must be taken within 48 hours before the time of planned quarantine discontinuation, but quarantine cannot be discontinued earlier than Day 8. In other words, the earliest they could test would be on Day 6. With both options the following additional criteria through day 14 must be met: • correct and consistent mask use (including within homes), • social distancing, • hand and cough hygiene, • environmental cleaning and disinfection, • avoiding crowds, • ensuring adequate indoor ventilation, • monitoring for symptoms of COVID-19 illness, and • minimizing contact with persons at increased risk for severe illness, including vulnerable and congregate populations. Monitoring can be conducted using any method acceptable by the local public health authorities and can include self-monitoring using an approved checklist of signs and symptoms. Please use the potential symptoms listed on the Teacherease daily check-in as a guide. BHRA/BHJH parents: Please call Nurse Kelly if you have any questions about these new quarantine options 217.759.7291 BHES parents: Please call Nurse Amy if you have any questions about these new quarantine options 217.759.7251
The BHES Christmas Program will be happening VIRTUALLY this year. The program will be recorded during school hours in the next couple of weeks. Once ready, a link will be posted for parents, families and our BHES community members to see. Thank you for continuing to support our music program at BHES!
Calling all Bismarck families. The BHES office is in need of sweatpants for children in all grades from preschool to fourth grade. We need brand new sweatpants because our supply for emergency clothes changes during the day is running out. If you would like to make a donation of new sweatpants to our office, please call and speak to the secretaries about how they would like you to get them brought in. Thank you so very much for your assistance.
Holly Kelly from The Learning Technology Center is hosting a workshop for parents/guardians on using Google Classroom. The same workshop is being offered three different times on October 27th to allow flexibility for the parents/guardians' schedules. This workshop will be an opportunity for parents to ask questions and receive a tutorial as to how they can help their student(s) navigate Google Classroom. Please click on the link below the time you would like to register for. This workshop will be held on October 27th, 2020. 10/27/20 from 8:30am-10:00am https://reg.learningstream.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-33e244c192a240328782e2651a35a485 10/27/20 from 12:00pm-1:30pm https://reg.learningstream.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-e45c5e0304934302b0c5f2cf6673c074 10/27/20 from 6:00pm-7:30pm https://reg.learningstream.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-20a73d81e1bf42ab9e50d0cb28aedf95
BHES's August Menu is out! Printable Version Here: https://5il.co/jzdi You can also find our menu on our website and our app.
McKinney-Vento Information BHES's Homeless Liaison is Mr. Benjamin. Call him at 217-759-7291 or email him at email@example.com.
Announcement for BHES Open House: This year we have canceled our building-wide Open House for the Elementary School. We will still have an in-person orientation for Kindergarten. We have the following time slots for families based on last names. Last names A through G will begin at 5:00 PM Last names H through M will begin at 6:00 PM Last names N through Z will begin at 7:00 PM Students can bring their supplies to their classroom, will meet their teachers, and take a short bus ride. Make sure to bring your student’s physical, immunization record, dental form, and vision form for Nurse Strader. For the safety of our families and staff, please remember to wear a mask at all times inside the building. Also, please bring as few family members as possible, so we can stay under our limit of 50 people in one space at one time.
Reminder for anyone registering a kindergartner: Please bring a copy of your child's birth certificate to the office for the school to keep on file.
BISMARCK-HENNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REGISTRATION MONDAY, AUGUST 3RD – FRIDAY, AUGUST 7TH Kindergarten and Pre-K: MONDAY: 8:00 – 12:00 AND 3:00 – 7:00 1st GRADE: TUESDAY: 8:00 – 12:00 AND 3:00 – 7:00 2nd GRADE: WEDNESDAY: 8:00 – 12:00 AND 3:00 – 7:00 3rd GRADE: THURSDAY: 8:00 – 12:00 AND 3:00 – 7:00 4th Grade: 8:00 – 12:00 AND 3:00 – 7:00 *You can register the whole family on the day your youngest child is scheduled to register. For example, if you have a child in 1st grade and a child in 4th grade, you can register both on Tuesday. Online Registration is now open! -The in-person registration times are above, but we would very much prefer that you register using the online option. If you complete the online registration, you do not need to come to school and register. -To register online, please log in to TeacherEase and click on the link in the banner across the top of the main page.
BHES has a position open for a personal aide. For questions or to apply, please contact Mr. Sean Click at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all kindergartners!! If you have an incoming kindergarten student and you were not able to make it to kindergarten screenings, please email Mrs. Carpenter at at email@example.com to set up a screening time!
Attention parents of incoming kindergartners and new students: We will be setting registration packets out for you to pick up at your convenience. These will be in the Eagle Library stand in front of the elementary school from July 27th to July 31st. Please take only the number of folders needed for your family. The hope is that the necessary forms will be filled out and completed to make your in-person process as easy as possible. Please remember for in-person registration you will need proof of residency information, payment for school fees, physical forms, and to wear a face mask when inside the building.
Calling all kindergartners!! If you have an incoming kindergarten student and you were not able to make it to kindergarten screenings this week, please email Mrs. Carpenter at at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a screening time!
BHCUSD is hiring a part-time LPN nurse. Please contact Mr. Scott Watson at 217-759-7261 or email@example.com if you are interested.
BHES's Registration Dates: Kindergarten - Mon. 8/3 - 8-noon or 3pm-7pm 1st Grade - Tues. 8/4 - 8-noon or 3pm-7pm 2nd Grade - Wed. 8/5 - 8-noon or 3pm-7pm 3rd Grade - Thurs. 8/6 - 8-noon or 3-pm-7pm 4th Grade - Fri. 8/7 - 8-noon or 3pm-7pm *If a family has multiple students to register, they can register each child on the day of their youngest child's registration. Ex) Kindergartner and 7th grader can register both on Monday Aug 3rd.**
BHCUSD is currently looking for 2 part-time custodians. Interested parties should contact Jim Ribbe at 217-759-7261 x1028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents are now able to view final report cards for BHES students via Teacherease. If you have any problems accessing the information, please email email@example.com or by calling the school at 217.759.7251 Thank you!
The Laura K. Girton Virtual Fun Run starts today! This weekend, put on your blue, purple or Fun Run T-shirt and go for a run or walk with your family to honor Mrs. Girton. Be sure to take a picture or short video and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All BHES students that send in a picture will be put into a drawing with one boy and one girl drawn for a Laura K. Girton Fun Run Water Bottle! (Pictures must be received by Friday May 15th at noon to be entered). Have fun!! We can't wait to see your pictures!
BHES is here until 7pm for student belongings! Please come pick up items tonight!
The Laura K. Girton Fun Run IS happening this year... VIRTUALLY! See the information below. If you'd like to order a t-shirt or tank top, visit https://funrun2020.itemorder.com/sale Laura K. Girton was a beloved teacher, principal, colleague and friend at Bismarck-Henning Elementary School for over 25 years. Laura began Mileage Club and loved encouraging the students in their quest for hitting their marathon. The Fun Run started a few years later as a way to help buy supplies for Mileage Club and do special projects at BHES including playground equipment, PE equipment, and most recently, help purchase ChromeBooks. In 2019, the Fun Run was renamed to the Laura K. Girton Fun Run to honor the amazing legacy Laura K. Girton left at BHES.
BHES has a job openng for a General Education Classroom Teacher (grades K-4) for the 2020-21 school year. Interested applicants should contact building principal, Lisa Acton, for more information. email@example.com / (217) 759-7251
Week 4 Check-in: Please take a moment to check in with Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Acton. https://forms.gle/JkbBhUSpmvoNZiSk9
BHES Check-in Link - Please take a moment to let us know how you are doing and if there is anything we can do to help. https://forms.gle/weGZ8VSVpysDeu5n8
An update from Angela Bush Photography: Hello Bismarck Parents! Thank you so much for your support and patience during this time! All print orders have been submitted to the lab and will be available for either pickup in Danville or I can mail them to you for a flat $4. We extended the order date to allow those who have been affected by Covid-19 more time. Since business is moving slower than normal we will expect prints to arrive early next week. Please reach out to let me know your preference! I will keep everyone. update on when prints arrive! Please stay safe, take advantage of this precious time together and stay hopeful friends. No season lasts forever! Warmly Angela Bush
BHES Weekly Check-in for Families - Students, please click on the following link and check in with us. This is completely optional, but we would love to know how everyone is doing. We miss you! https://forms.gle/ybZLNYn8dndRXTGQ7
School lunches will be provided next week for students. Please complete the information using the link below if you would like to sign up for a lunch. Lunches will be available Monday, March 30 - Friday, April 4. Thank you.https://forms.gle/vGjzDYX24kB5tubQA
If you have a student that will be attending KINDERGARTEN at BHES in the 20/21 school year, you need to schedule a Kindergarten Screening. Screenings will occur May 11th and May 12th by appointment. If your student currently attends PreK at BHES, they do not need to be screened. Our office is open Monday-Friday, 7:30-3:30. To sign up for the screening, please click this link: https://forms.gle/HWHXuCzaAnZhgf4MA or call our office at 217-759-7251. Be sure to leave a message so we can return your call when school resumes. Please help us get the word out by sharing this post!
Schedule change for next week on Thursday (3/19). Thursday (3/19) will be a Teacher’s Institute from 8am – 1pm. Students will not be in attendance. This will give the teachers a full day to work on E-Learning. Monday (3/16) – Regular Day Tuesday (3/17) – Regular Day Wednesday (3/18) - Early dismissal (2:10/2:15) Parent-Teacher Conferences (4pm-8pm) Thursday (3/19) – Teacher’s Institute (8am – 1pm) No student attendance Parent-Teacher Conference (4pm – 8pm) Friday (3/20) – No School **If parents would prefer not to come into the buildings for P/T Conferences, a phone conference can be conducted instead. Please contact the appropriate office to request a phone conference.**
Our incentive day is tomorrow! Students who have met positive behavior goal will jump in bounce houses. Measures will be taken to wash hands often while still having fun! If you don't want your child to jump, please send a note to school. An alternative reward will be offered.
If you have a student that will be attending KINDERGARTEN at BHES in the 20/21 school year, please call our office at 217-759-7251 to schedule a Kindergarten Screening. Screenings will occur May 11th and May 12th by appointment. If your student currently attends PreK at BHES, they do not need to be screened. Our office is open Monday-Friday, 7:30-3:30. Please share this post to help us get the word out.
Blue Devil Fans! Order your GREEN Irish for a Day, Blue Devil for life shirt today. They will be in in time for St. Patrick's Day! Your order and payment needs to be turned into the office by Tuesday 3/10 at 8:30am. Thanks for your support! Printable: https://5il.co/dd2u
There was a 4th grade sweep during Fuzzy Friday!! Congrats to all 4th grade classes for winning something this month!! Mrs. Miller’s class won the Spirit Stick 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Mrs. Trimble’s class won the Chowhall Challenge 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Mrs. Miethe’s class won an extra recess for excellent behavior during the Fuzzy Friday assembly 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Parent-Teacher Conferences are March 18th & 19th. Sign-up begins today! Follow this link to schedule your conference today: https://ptc1536850752.ptcwizard.com/parent/
Congratulations to Mia Gillis and Evan Gernand, our 4th grade students who were honored this morning at our IPA student recognition breakfast.
BHRA Back 2 Back Boys Basketball T-shirts on sale now. Orders & money are due to the high school office on Friday, February 14th. Printable PDF: https://5il.co/cu5w
Wear BLUE on Monday to show our support for the Character Counts program. Blue represents TRUSTWORTHINESS 💙
Calling all parents! If you are searching for a fun, weeklong summer program for your current K-5th grader, you’re in luck! Bismarck Henning is hosting Camp Invention from June 1st to June 5th! Price: $210 if registered by the end of March by using discount code elevate25, $235 if registered in April or May. Check out https://www.invent.org/programs/camp-invention to register!
Bismarck Henning is excited to announce that we are bringing Camp Invention to our town the week after school is out! When: June 1st-June 5th from 9:00-3:30 with possible extended day option from 7:30-5:00. Where: Bismarck Henning Elementary School Who: Incoming 1st-6th grade Bismarck-Henning and Rossville-Alvin students Price: $210 if registered by the end of March, $235 if registered in April or May. Why: Camp Invention® is a nationally acclaimed summer program where STEM concepts come to life. Led by local teachers, this program has tapped into kids' natural curiosity since 1990, giving them the opportunity to become innovators through teamwork and immersive, hands-on creative problem-solving. For more information: https://www.invent.org/programs/camp-invention We are looking for one additional parent volunteer to be at camp all week and assist the instructors as needed. This will allow you to send two children at a reduced rate ($105 each). We are also looking for 7th-12th grade students that would like to be mentors to the younger students. This position will provide 40 documented community service hours to the 10th-12th grade mentors. 7th-9th grade students have a reduced registration fee but 10th-12th grade students are free. Parents must provide transportation to and from Camp Invention for all campers and mentors. Miss Kim at BHES is working on providing lunches that week at the same price as during the school year. We will have 2 scholarships available. If you would like your student to attend but are unable to pay the registration fee, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. To register your 2020-2021 1st-6th grader(s): https://invent.ungerboeck.com/prod/emc00/PublicSignIn.aspx?&SessionID=fbofc5fbmfhofdnfc1&Lang=* A flyer with information will be coming around soon. Please be on the lookout!
Hello BHES parents! This year Mrs. Van Hyfte as arrange to have our Christmas program recorded! You may pre-order a copy for $15 by clicking on this post. Checks need to be made out to Brandon Clapp. If you want them delivered to your house, you may pay an extra $5 for that. Please send a check into school with your child and have them bring it to me by December 11th. There will also be a table set up at the performance if you would like to just order that night. We're getting so excited to show you how hard we have been working! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3_F1UaUwQT6YdFlH5VWYkoHFwCihgXmN9usMh3EEuqvd60A/viewform
BH Shirt sale happening now! Print the order form out and send it in with payment on Monday, or order online at https://bhes2019.itemorder.com/sale. Thanks for supporting our school through the BHES Parent's Club!
4th grade enjoyed Young Readers Day at BHES. We had great guest readers. They were able to be active participants, see American Sign Language in action, and hear books read in different accents!
4th grade enjoyed Young Readers Day at BHES. We had great guest readers. They were able to be active participants, see American Sign Language in action, and hear books read in different accents!
The Makerspace Room is in need of some items. If you are willing to donate any of the items below, please mark them Makerspace and send them in with your student or drop them off in the BHES office. Styrofoam cups - any size Styrofoam plates - any size Plastic cups - any size large cake pans (not needed for baking, so they can be worn) Plastic cups (green) - any size AA batteries Thank you for your help!
First grade sporting our yellow for class color day! 💛
Scrabble Day fun! 💙
Parent-Teacher Conference Sign-ups are now active! Follow the link below to reserve your time for October 16th and 17th from 4-8pm. You must create a new account each year. Please contact the office if you have any questions. https://ptc1536850752.ptcwizard.com/parent/
Good morning. This is Lisa Acton, Principal of Bismarck Henning Elementary School. Mid morning 911 received a call that traced back to our phone lines, but no call was made from our building. Vermilion County police officers were on site to make sure that our building was safe and secure. We appreciate their support and I am happy to report that our building is operating as normal. Thank you and have a good day.
Congratulations to the winners of the classroom awards announced at Fuzzy Friday! Mrs. Meidel’s class won the Cheer Bear for attendance. Mrs. Farrell’s class won the Sprirt Stick for great behavior in the gym each morning. Mrs. Cameron’s class won the Chow Hall Challenge for positive lunchroom behavior. Mrs. Sweeney’s class won Colby for overall great behavior! 😃
From the BHES Parent's Club: Each year we compile a list of teacher and staff favorites. Please use this list to spoil your student's teacher and staff members throughout the year. The staff of BHES rocks and little pick me-ups throughout the year can make their day! It's the little things, a favorite candy bar, a can of their favorite soda, a handwritten letter or a picture drawn by your student go a long way. Help us shower our staff with appreciation all year long! Staff Favorites - Here: https://5il.co/a81z
Tomorrow is picture day! Follow this link to order your picture package (this link is for BHES students only) or send your order envelope in with your student. https://inter-state.com/FlyerEntry/40310PF
Tomorrow is the day! We are so excited to see your kids walk through our doors! The doors open to students at 7:50 am. Please do not drop-off your student or allow them to walk to school too early as the building will not open until then. We welcome you to take pictures at the school on the first day, but please do not park or block the drop off line directly in front of the school. If you're getting out of your vehicle, please stay out of this lane. Be sure your student knows what they're doing after school. We are on an early dismissal schedule of 2:05 all this week. Send a note if they are doing something other than the normal daily plan. Transportation notes were distributed during Open House. They can also be printed from our website here: https://5il.co/6tmq. Student safety is extremely important to us! Thank you for helping us keep your kids safe!
The staff at BHES had some during their Teacher's Institute days!
Eli has met our summer reading challenge! Go Eli Go! Has your student been working on the challenge? You can find it here: https://5il.co/9dt4. Be sure to send your pictures in to Mrs. Acton.
Picture Day is Wednesday, August 21. Follow this link to order your picture package (this link is for BHES students only). https://inter-state.com/FlyerEntry/40310PF
We are looking for subs for the 19/20 school year! Subs can choose the days they work! They can even choose to only sub in certain districts! There are 2 types of sub licenses. A regular sub license is for someone who has a minimum of a Bachelor's degree. A short-term sub license is for those that have an Associate’s degree or 60 completed semester hours of coursework. All of our subs must be registered through the Vermilion County Regional Office of Education 54. Regular licensee subs can follow the information below. Short-term sub licensees, please call the ROE at 217-431-2668 to get started. Once you have that license in hand, be sure to give us a call and let us know so we can get you on our list!
Employment Opportunities: Applications can be found on our website at bismarck.k12.il.us. Contact Lisa Acton at email@example.com with any questions. K-4 Teacher Title I Reading Teacher Lunchroom Scanner/Monitor (2 hours daily)
The Dates to Remember for the 2019-20 school year is out. Click this link for a printable pdf: https://5il.co/7xgh
May 10th, 2019 -- Lunch on the Lawn & Laura K. Girton Fun Run Information Kindergarten & 1st Lunch Shift: 11:00 - 11:30 am 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Grade Lunch Shift: 11:45 - 12:15 pm All visitors will check in behind the school at the East end of the building upon arrival. You are welcome to stay for the Laura K. Girton Fun Run. The dedication will begin at 12:45 with the race beginning at 1. Restrooms will be available for guests by entering through the East doors. The restrooms in this area are the only restrooms available to you during this event. Please do not enter any other area of the school.
We need bus drivers! We need sub bus drivers immediately with regular route opportunities for next school year. If you are interested, please contact Jim Ribbe at 217-759-7291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications can be found at http://www.bismarck.k12.il.us/employment-opportunities--141. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Acton at 217-759-7251 or email@example.com.
AR Inflatable Day was so much fun!
It was a great day of learning at Bismarck! Our administrative team took part in a Google classroom session presented by our friends from Oakwood Grade School. The students led the presentation today and showed us how using this program can make learning engaging and meaningful for our students. A big thank you to the staff at OGS.
Second grade is learning different rhythms and songs with the Boomwackers in Mrs. Van Hyfte's music class!
Help Wanted: 2nd Shift Janitor Position - Hiring immediately. Applications can be found at: http://www.bismarck.k12.il.us/employment-opportunities--141. Any questions contact Jim Ribbe.
Sign-ups for March 21st & 22nd Parent-Teacher conferences are available now! Follow the link at: https://ptc1536850752.ptcwizard.com/parent/ to reserve your time.
Calling on Kindergarten - 2nd grade parents! Please take a moment to complete the online survey about the behavior management program (color coded clip chart) that your child's teacher uses in the classroom. Thank you! https://goo.gl/forms/PzaEP0BKl6tPr7vY2
Mrs. Foster’s math club did Valentine addition this week and found sums 2 different ways! Students used hearts to find their answers and a number line! We HEART math! 💗➕💗=💕
Kindergarten celebrating the 100th day of school!
Kindergartners heard a story about twins who wanted to know who or what was messing up their room at night. The twins built a trap and then rebuilt it when it didn’t work. Eventually they caught their brother! We got together in groups, discussed our plan for our traps, then built our traps! 👷🏼♂️👷🏻♀️
Due to cold temperatures and weather conditions, Bismarck youth basketball practices are cancelled for the week. Games will still take place on Saturday. Thank you.
We are loving our skating unit!
In an effort to raise money for our Parent’s Club projects, students are invited to wear a hat on Friday, January 25 for the fee of $1 payable to the classroom teacher. It’s a great fundraiser to support our efforts for - behavior incentives, AR prizes, Chromebooks, STEM projects, and more! Thank you for your support.
Attn Parents: We need as many parents as possible to take the 5-Essential survey. It takes just a few minutes of your time to complete. Click the link below to take you to the survey. You have until January 18, 2019. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
The menu for tomorrow 1/7 is: Ravioli Cheese stuffed breadstick Sweet Corn Fruit Cocktail Milk
Our students loved watching a few staff members dancing! Who has the best moves? https://elfyourself.com?mId=73143961
Parents - You are invited to participate in the 5Essentials Survey. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will not be connected to you or your child. Click here to complete the survey: http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
Celebrity Readers joined us to read to students for National Young Readers Day. Bailey Bryant- WCIA News Reporter, Dave Clapp- School Board President, "Officer"Jane Cress-Crossing Guard, Aubrey Carpenter-Curriculum Coordinator, and Jim Ribbe-Youth Coach & BH Maintenance and Grounds Supervisor were our guest readers.
Our U of I extension "Color Me Healthy" lesson for the month focused on "eating a rainbow"! The afternoon Pre-k class tasted five different colored fruits!
Don’t forget about our myON trial we have until December 31st! Students can login to www.myon.com, find Bismarck Henning Elementary School, type in the same login as their IXL login, and start reading! From this site, students can read books and articles and listen to audiobooks. They can also take an AR test after they read when at school! MyOn is also an app.
We need bus drivers! Applications can be printed at www.bismarck.k12.il.us -- On the district page, click employment opportunities. Fill out the application for support staff. ?Questions? Contact Jim Ribbe at 217-759-7291.
Check out these Master Builders! Students were given task cards and challenged to create the object!
BHES will be honoring local veterans during a presentation on 11/12 at 2:00 pm in the gym. Please RSVP to the Elementary office by calling 217-759-7251.
Wanted Immediately: 2nd Shift Janitor Full-Time Substitute Bus Drivers needed immediately Apply to Jim Ribbe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-759-7291.
Items from our fundraiser can be picked up tomorrow following our dismissal until 5:30 pm. If you are picking up your child and fundraiser items, please follow normal car rider procedures and pick up your child, then you may circle around until our car line has ended and park at the East doors to pick up items. Thank you for your cooperation.