Thursday, September 28, 2017

Greetings, Beacon Families!

We are going to be kicking off the month of October spotlighting our LIFESKILL of Responsibility. Responsibility means to be accountable for one’s actions.  Students who are responsible commit to improving their skills, knowledge, and behavior, accept responsibility for their negative actions, and stand up for others who have been unfairly treated.  Real world applications of Responsibility are providing for our own care by maintaining a job, living a healthy lifestyle, and contributing in positive ways to society. 

We are a school of readers so I am passing on a few books that link literature with Responsibility. 

Dr. Hill

• Strider by Beverly Cleary
• Library Lil by Suzanne Williams
• Clean Your Room, Harvey Moon by Pat Cummings
• Brave Irene by William Steig
• The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Banks

Colton Cooper
Leroy Myles
Landen Morriston
Annalyse Bailey
Sarah Turner
Susan HedgePath
Kaden Densmore
Zachary Tabler
Luke Smoak
Cailyn Webb
Isaiah Kimble
Asher Moore
Kahmiylah Cruel
Reese Davidson
Trinity Richardson
Kimber Cooper
Amani Wells
Kaleb Henry
Mrs. Sharp's Third Grade Class

 Mrs. Sharp’s third grade class is excited to be “Class of the Week!”  We have already completed our first SS unit all about South Carolina geography. Currently we’re enjoying researching the characteristics of the different environments in our world with our first science unit. We love to read and listen to read alouds. We are enjoying our class book “The World According to Humphrey” so much we don’t ever want Mrs. Sharp to put it down! Students are also gearing up to be the Bookman Road Ambassadors. For our class service we are learning our school’s song in preparation to greet visitors with a warm Beacon welcome. We’re looking forward to a great rest of the school year! :)

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 Save the Date for

Career Awareness Week!

Oct. 31 - Nov. 3rd

Monday, Oct. 30th -  Dream for Success

Students can wear Pajamas (No slippers or nightgowns)

Tuesday, Oct. 31st - Dress Up for a Career

Students can be creative with any CAREER outfit/costume.  Please do NOT bring any toy weapons.

Wednesday, Nov. 1st - Stepping into Your Future

Students can wear funny or tacky socks

Thursday, Nov. 2nd - Career Day

Speakers will visit the school to talk to the students.  

***Letter will come home next week for Parent Speakers.

Friday, Nov. 3rd - College Spirit Day

Students & Staff can wear their Favorite College Shirt

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Every Tuesday morning in the Seaside Cate from 7:00-7:30, you can purchase a Bookman Road Spirit Wear Tshirt!