Beta students and sponsors are still working hard to raise the funds required to send the state convention winners to the National Beta Convention in New Orleans next month.

From a game show and spirit night to bake sales and lollipop sales, everyone is pitching in to help out these very deserving young people.

We are continuing to sell lollipops in the morning for 25 cents, so please send in your change for a sweet treat.  Our 50/50 raffle pot is building also.  Make sure you get your tickets for a chance to win; they are only $1.  Remember the more tickets you buy, the better chance you have of winning!

Save the date for May 19th as we host a spirit night at Roma’s in Bowling Green.  SOL testing will be over, and it will be time to celebrate all of our students’ accomplishments!  We hope to see you there.

Thank you for all of the support that you have given these kids.  They are looking forward to showing the nation what Bowling Green Elementary is all about!

Kindergarten-4th Grade End of Year Awards Assembly May 20th, please see below for times:

K-1 at 9:30
2nd-3rd 10:30
4th at 11:30

Pre K Promotion- Monday, May 23rd at 6:00 PM

5th Grade Promotion- Wednesday, May 25th at 9:30

The 3rd grade class is performing the play Dig It! on April 28, 2016 in the Community Auditorium at 6pm.
Students must arrive by 5:30pm and meet their classroom teachers in the classroom to walk over to the play together.
They will need to wear Jeans, Sneakers and the Colored shirt that was assigned to them.
Their shirts will already be in their classroom for them to change into.
Come watch the students perform the play Dig It!

Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader

The Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader is April 26th.  Adults pay $2 and students $1 for admission.  The admission cost will give them the code to play the first round on their smart device.  Winners in the first round will come up to the stage for round 2.  The winner of round 2 will play the students.  There will be prizes for winners of each round.  The proceeds will benefit the Beta trip to New Orleans in June.  Everyone is able to participate.

   Autism Awareness Month 2016

Did you know that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder? (CDC, March 2014)

On April 2nd, Autism Speaks celebrated “Light It Up Blue Day.”  We will be celebrating “Light BGE Up Blue Day” on Wednesday, April 13th.  On this day, we are asking for all of our students and staff to wear blue to support those who have been diagnosed with Autism.