Welcome, !Saturday, January 20, 2018Name: Billy PopePhone: (817) 547-1900E-mail: email@example.comConference Time: Please call for an appointment
As I write this, I notice the beautiful colors in the trees. There are three trees on the east side of playground that turn such beautiful colors each year about this time. It has become something that I look forward to each year at this time. I think the reason I look forward to watching these trees turn colors is because it is a hint to the season that is about to be upon us. It is a symbol of the changing of the seasons. I think to myself how appropriate this is as we transition into the third six weeks and the holiday season. I resist the urge to draw upon the cliché about how time flies, and that I cannot believe that it is that time of year already; however, since the next newsletter will not come out until after Christmas, I would like to take this opportunity to wish your family the very best that this season has to offer. I hope that your family is able to make time to enjoy the things that are important. We have had a busy 12 weeks of school, and I do not see any signs of slowing down! I want to encourage you to participate in your child’s education. I cannot over emphasize the importance of reading and to that end, we ask that your child be reading every day for 20 minutes. I make the promise each year that if you will do this with fidelity, you will be amazed at the progress your child will make with reading. A few parents have taken me up on this and many have not. Reading improvement does not have to be complicated nor expensive. Have your kiddos read and then ask them to tell you what they have read. If you will do this regularly, I promise you will not regret it. We believe in what we do, and the best way to share this is to have you experience it with us. So, please try to carve out some time to sit and talk with your child about what is going on at school. I promise that you won’t regret it.
Mullendore is a great place for kiddos, and I thank you for partnering with us.
Mr. Billy PopeThe mission of Birdville ISD is to ensue that all students position themselves to excel with integrity in an ever-changing global society through innovative and responsive learning environments.