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  **Time to Shine!   TN Ready Testing Continues April 24-28, 2017 (3rd-5th Grades)  ***  April 27 - PreK Field Trip (High, Jones, Miller)  * Administrative Assistant's Day ** April 28 - PreK Field Trip (Bergdoll, Brady, Elmore)  **
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Raising $$$ for Relay for Life, Joni and Megan supply the tape to "Stick it to the Principal"!

All in good fun, students delight in taping Chief Wright to the wall!

Buralli's Kindergartners Enjoying Their "Freshly-picked" Library Books!

Earth Day Posters by Stanford's Fourth Graders
Chapman's Second Grade Is Awesome!

STEM Optical Illusions

Fourth Grade Art: Showing Movement

Fifth Grade Art:   Showing Movement

Earth Day Posters

Latest News

Yearbook Order Deadline Extended

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**Update: The deadline to order has been extended to April 4, 2017. *** We are in the process of preparing our 2016-17 BCES Mustangs yearbook. It will be over 100 full color pages of memories! The cost is $21 per book. The order will go through on April 3, which should give the printers time to get the books back to us before students are dismissed for summer break. We will not have extras to sell, so please be sure to reserve yours! Don't miss this opportunity to get your own copy that will be enjoyed for many years to come! The deadline to order is April 4, 2017. Please see the form above. A printable form will be downloaded if you click on the headline.

Civil Rights Museum a Memorable Experience

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In an effort to expose students to monumental historical movements and artifacts, 3rd grade educators from Buckley-Carpenter Elementary accompanied their scholars through a tour of The National Civil Rights Museum, where students engaged in the touring of special exhibits. Students, teachers, and parents alike were enthralled by a memorable experience.

Happy School Counselor Day!

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In addition to being a valuable resource when students are in need, Mrs. Stevens leads the proactive course to address potential issues. She coordinates our PBIS program, as well as hosting various programs, such as Careers on Wheels, Career Fair, and Bullying Prevention assemblies. To help students develop skills to face the challenges of life, Mrs. Stevens conducts ongoing character education, with a different character focus each month. A school counselor wears many hats in the education community. Our hats are off to you, Mrs. Debbie Stevens! Happy School Counselor Day!