Saturday, January 20

newsletter

November 2014

Dear Bridgepoint Families, Thank you for your great support of our PTO Fall Block Party. It was nice to see the families and the costumes. Your support of our PTO is much appreciated as they work countless hours to support our school– students and staff. Thank you! I hope to see many of your at the upcoming Girl’s basketball games. …

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November Character Trait

Our character trait for November is COMPASSION!  Compassion– Being kind and caring towards others!  Parents, when you see your child being compassionate in your home, please praise your child and point out the behavior so that it is sure to be repeated. We will be giving out Bear Paws to students who show compassion throughout the month of November. Students …

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Attendance

Attendance at school is very important to your child in the progression of his/her learning. Irregular school attendance hinders your child’s progress and minimizes the benefit of the total school experience. Every absence, even part of a school day (half day or tardy), interferes with your child’s progress at school. Your child should come to school each day he/she is …

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Free/Reduced Lunch Applications

IMPORTANT: By state regulations, parents are responsible for meals until free/reduced lunch applications are approved. If applications were applied before July 1, 2014,  you will need to reapply. The lunch status from the previous year will be carried over for 30 days. If you have not received a letter in the mail, please contact the front office. New students currently …

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Mrs. G Named WHAS-11 Excel Teacher of the Year

On April 23, WHAS-11 TV honored Bridgepoint’s own art teacher Cathy Gruninger as the 2014 WHAS-11 ExCEL Award winner. WHAS-11 news anchor Gary Roedemeier was on hand to present Cathy with the famous gold apple and a $1,000 teacher grant, sponsored by LG&E KU, to use for her art classes. Cathy earned a Bachelor of Arts from Carroll University and a Master of Arts from Indiana …

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