All accepted and wait-list letters have been mailed to Pre-K parents for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The timeframe to bring required documents will be two weeks after classes resume. If your child was accepted, the online portion of the registration process can be completed at www.bcbe.org-Directory-‘R’ (Registration). Please make sure to select: New To The School System and 2020-21 School Year
PARENTS: Baldwin County Public Schools will be serving sack breakfasts and lunches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in all schools. All school sites will serve a breakfast and a lunch meal between the hours of 11-1 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Currently, meals will only be served this week in schools. Check back at this site for updated information and on BCBE social media sites, as well.
As a result of the Baldwin County Public Schools emergency school closing, parents are required to pick up student medications kept in the school’s health room. Per the Health Services Emergency and Evacuation Guidelines, the student’s parent or guardian will be required to sign the Medication Administration Record verifying receipt of your child’s medications.
Medications may be picked up starting on Monday, March 16 through Wednesday, March 18 at no later than 3:00 p.m.
The Mayor, City of Robertsdale, and local churches have been working with the schools in our area over the last couple of days to develop a plan to help our families who may be in need of food assistance over the next several weeks while school is out. If you are one of these families, the Robertsdale Senior Citizen Center will be set up to assist. Please call 947-8973 and ask to speak to Amy or Mary to let them know you need some support. The only thing that is asked is that you call 24 hours prior to when you plan to pick up the food so that they have time to prepare and make sure food items are on hand. The center will be open for this service starting this Monday, March 23rd and will be open Monday-Friday from 8-4. We appreciate everyone’s efforts in making sure our students and families have support as needed during this time.
Mrs. Forrest will be teaching Safer, Smarter Kids curriculum during the weeks of February 3 – May 15 to students in Kindergarten through Second Grade. Prior to this time, you are encouraged to review the curriculum at www.bcbe.org under the directory heading of Counseling and Intervention, Child Sexual Abuse. Should you have additional questions, or should you need additional information, please make contact with your school counselor, Serena Forrest, at 947-4003 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are expected to arrive at school on time and be in class and ready to begin working no later than 7:55 a.m. Car riders should not be dropped off on campus prior to 7:15 a.m. Students who are not in class when the 7:55 a.m. bell rings should report to the office for a tardy slip.