Hello, Bayview Families!
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah & Happy New Year!
Congratulations to the Bayview Chorus for a well done
Watch the Slideshow Video of Bayview Elementary's
Sing Along on December 23, 2016.
Bayview Elementary Hit our Goal of $40,000!
We're so thankful for all our parents and students who supported our school with donations.
Our Fun Run was a BLAST!
Students had a lot of fun exercising and learning how to support a cause.
All the money that is raised will enrich and impact your child's experience here at this school.
For the third week in a row, First Grade had the most donations and they've earned the
Tie-Dye Day reward.
Thanks again for your support!
*Math + Science Connection Newsletters*
*Registration Information for the 2016-2017 School Year*
In order for your child to attend Bayview Elementary you must live within our boundaries.
The following documents are required for registration:
ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE OR PASSPORT (Child must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2016)
CURRENT IMMUNIZATION ON HRS FORM (SHOT RECORD)
PHYSICAL EXAM DATED WITHIN ONE YEAR OF THE DATE THE CHILD ENTERS SCHOOL
TWO (2) PROOFS OF RESIDENCY - MUST BE MORTGAGE OR LEASE UP-TO-DATE AND ONE BILL TO THAT ADDRESS (FPL, PHONE ETC...)
PARENT/GUARDIAN PHOTO I.D. WITH CURRENT ADDRESS
Code of Student Conduct Handbook
On July 1, 2016 the 2016-2017 Code of Student Conduct Handbook will be posted on Broward Schools webiste at http://www.browardschools.com. Parents and students may also access the Code of Student Conduct Handbook through the BEEP Portal or use their smartphones to scan the Quick Response Code (QRC) on any of the Code Book posters displayed throughout the school campus.
Reporting a Student's Absence
There are two ways in which to report your child's absence: via telephone at 754-322-5402 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to include the following information:
Child's first AND last name
Your child's teacher's name
Date of absence
Reason for absence
Microsoft Office Student Advantage
The Student Advantage program helps ensure students have access to the tools they need to be successful in their education and are prepared for the technology skills required in the workforce. Click here for more information.
Dear Parent or Guardian:
We are excited to announce that our school will engage in Project Based Learning, or PBL. A
project motivates students to gain knowledge, and they remember It longer. Projects give
students the chance to apply the skills they learn in school to personally relevant and real world
situations. Your child also learns skills in PBL such as how to think critically, solve problems,
work in teams, and make presentations. These skills will help students succeed in the future,
both in school and in today's work world. As a project begins your child will: * Be given a topic to discuss and research.
* Develop a driving question to focus their work.
* Conduct research using various sources.
* Engage in critical and creative conversations with a team of peers.
* Prepare a final product to present to an authentic audience.
Students will be assessed individually on their content knowledge, their collaboration skills, and
their presentation skills. You will receive the rubrics we will use to guide the creation of our
products and assess students' work. You will find these helpful in understanding what we are
asking students to do, and supporting your child during the project. As parents or guardians,
you can discuss the project at home, encouraging your child to think hard and ask questions
about the topic. You will be informed of the details as projects begin and progress.
Please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher if you have any questions about any