The nomination window for Gifted and Talented Spring Assessment opens January 8 and runs through January 26 for all 1st through 12th grade students in the district not previously identified for G/T services. Parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, or even the students themselves may complete a nomination form for G/T testing. The nomination forms are available at each of the BGISD campuses. Completed nomination forms should be returned to the nominee's campus by January 26. Blooming Grove ISD screens all Kindergarten students for the Gifted and Talented Program. No nominations are required for Kindergarten students.
Congratulate to the BGJH One-Act Play company on their great performance in the District 17 3A JH OAP Competition on Wednesday, December 13th. They put on a fantastic show and told a wonderful story. They gave it everything and had the best performance they have given. "The Yellow Boat" received 2nd place in a field of 7 tough competitors. As well as that, they received the following individual awards. Kallen Rogers - All Star Technician Geneva Bowyer - Honorable Mention All Star Cast Seth Eldridge - All Star Cast Connor Usery - Best Actor JH OAP is under the direction of Michael Back.
Monday, December 18th at 6 PM, enjoy our 6th grade band, Symphonic High School band, and the Jazz band. Tuesday, December 19th at 6 PM, enjoy our 7th grade band, Concert High School band, and the Jazz band. Come out and support our talented musicians!
There will be an early release on Thursday, December 14. Our elementary campus is hosting the UIL contest for our zoned schools. This event takes place on Thursday, December 14th. In order to make sure that we have enough rooms cleared for the event and the students/staff that are attending from the other campuses, the district will observe an early release that day. The elementary will dismiss at 11:45 am with buses running at that time. Buses will run at the junior high and high school at approximately 12:00 pm.
The Texas Education Agency publishes STAAR report cards for all students every year. To improve communication and transparency with educators and families, TEA has redesigned the Confidential Student Report (CSR). The goal of the redesigned CSR is to create a family-friendly report on student progress, specifically highlighting growth and improvement as much as proficiency. Click the heading to be linked to this information on the TEA website.