Welcome, !Thursday, July 20, 2017Name: Billy PopePhone: (817) 547-1900E-mail: email@example.comConference Time: Please call for an appointment
Hey, Panthers, here’s wishing that your summer is off to a great start! I need to tell you know how empty the hallways are and that the school seems so much bigger with you all gone. Being in an empty school building reminds me of how lucky I am to have such an awesome job working with some of the best and brightest kiddos in North Richland Hills. I hope you are using plenty of sunscreen and being safe on your bikes and skateboards. Please be sure to be reading each and every weekday for at least 12 minutes. If you do this, you will have 600 minutes worth of reading and that is only reading on week days. If you can squeeze in a few minutes on some weekends, you will have been able to read over 840 minutes – that is 14 hours of reading! How cool would that be? Many of our teachers have accepted this challenge as well, so let’s see who will read more this summer – students or teachers! Also, let me encourage your young Panthers to work on their Reading A to Z. I can promise you that if you do this for a few minutes a day, you will be amazed at how much better you will feel about your reading. Parents, we will register our current students by “rolling up” students to the next grade. This means that currently enrolled students will be placed in classed for the next grade level. You will not be required to come to the school and complete paperwork. The PTA is already meeting to plan some wonderful activities for next school year. We have hired some new faces and I am very excited for our Panthers to meet them. It is already shaping up to be a wonderful school year, and I am already excited to see you all once again. Please be safe, remember to read, read, read, and we’ll see you in a couple of months.
I invite you to come to the school, sign in and come see the wonderful things that we do for students each and everyday. I promise you will not regret being active in your child’s education.
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.