Bradie Shrum is excited to announce our new dismissal app, PickUp Patrol! PickUp Patrol is an online platform that manages dismissal time more efficiently and safely. Parents conveniently submit plan changes for their children using the free app. The school efficiently tracks absence, early dismissals and end-of-day plans. The system also helps speed up dismissal time and adds a layer of security for your children.
Please check your child's folder this afternoon for more information, and watch for your parent/guardian account set-up email on Friday evening!
Mrs. Rowe's fifth-grade class has been studying argumentative text. During a discussion on the future of technology, Mr. Donald Stinnette shared the technology included in his new Tesla. The students enjoyed getting to check out the car while learning about its capabilities.
If you think music class doesn't involve movement, then you are wrong! Third grade students in Mrs. Gorman's classes were on their feet today after learning about crescendo, fortissimo, pianissimo and more! They were getting low for the quieter sounds and up and stretching their arms wide as the music got louder. Mrs. Gorman makes music fun at BSE!
All Bradie Shrum Elementary students will have their photo taken.
* YMCA, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade Picture Day is Tuesday, September 26th
* YMCA, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade Picture Day is Wednesday, September 27th.
Order forms will go home with students 1 week before the scheduled picture day.
Visit inter-state.com/kiosk and sign up to receive helpful email reminders from Inter-State Studio.
Event Order Code is: 78011RF
Contact Michelle Moon at (812) 653-0647 for information or to request an enrollment application!
BSE held its annual Title 1 meeting last night. Thank you to the parents and students who attended this fun event! It was great to see your smiling faces.
Fall break is quickly approaching! Sign your child up now for all the fun activities offered through the YMCA Fall Break Camp!
Students in Mrs. Little's class have been hard at work learning new math skills!
Salem Families, The power at the schools has been back on since 7:45am and our buses are running. They may be a bit slower than normal due to some road conditions.
Good Morning Salem Families. We will be on a 2 hour delay this morning, Monday, Aug. 7 due to hazardous road conditions and the ongoing power outages caused by overnight storms. Our morning Prosser bus will not run.
If you need to change transportation for your child, please send a note to school.
If you do not send a note, you must call the BSE Office before 2:00 p.m. to make that change. Our office staff will notify the classroom teacher of the change. Please do not email or use an app to communicate that change with the classroom teacher, as they may not see the change during the school day.
The nurse will be available during the welcome nights Tuesday and Wednesday.
Come work with students at Bradie Shrum Elementary School!
It's that time of year again! We're excited to build the foundation of Salem Lions Football!
You can register your child electronically this year using this link
OR there is a booth at the Washington County Fair this week to sign your child up in person.
The fee for this year is $60.00 and can be paid in cash at the fair or at the time of equipment pickup.
From Salem Lions Basketball:
Just a reminder to elementary parents, we will not be having elementary workouts today or the rest of the summer. We apologize for the inconvenience, please help spread the word.
Information regarding the Volleyball Clinic that begins today, May 23rd.
Coach Maycie Gilliatt will meet the elementary girls after school and walk them to the HS gym. She will also stop by SMS by the gym doors to get those players that have signed up, they will then go to the High School. This is for TUESDAY only. Parents will be responsible for getting their student athlete to and from the Field House Gym on Wednesday and Thursday (since there is no school). Thanks for your support!
Thanks to the Mahuron Grant from the Washington County Community Foundation, students in 4th and 5th grade at BSE learned how to design and create their very own stickers! We can't wait to see what else they will create in the future!
Forms are due THIS Friday, May 12, for the volleyball clinic at SHS! Come meet the new head coach and learn with the high school players!
Students in Mrs. Williams class have been watching and waiting for baby chicks to hatch! They are so excited that they are finally here!
Photos by SHS student photographer Saphira Jarvis.
Does your child like food? Do they like science? Well then make sure you sign them up for the first-ever Food Science Saturday event on May 6! Read the attached flyer for more information!