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Save My Seat

With the enrollment growth we have experienced as a District this year, we want to make sure we reserve a seat for your child for the 2020-2021 school year in Burnet CISD. You can help us to ensure we employ a sufficient number of teachers by letting us know your plans for next school year.
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Summer Grab & Go Meals

We are excited to announce that even though the school year is ending on May 22nd, the Grab & Go Meal service will continue throughout the summer ending on Friday, August 7th. Click this story for more details.
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Volunteers of the Year Announced

Congratulations to Vicinta Stafford, our Shady Grove Elementary Volunteer of the year!!

On April 16, the District thanked all of the dedicated volunteers that participate in the District's Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS) program, and announced the BCISD Volunteers of the Year. Click the story to see the recipients.
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Apart WE Stand Together

IT TAKES ALL OF US TO SAVE LIVES! If we work together, fewer of our friends and family will be affected by the coronavirus. Hospitals won’t be overloaded and lives will be saved.
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The American Heart Association Visited Our Campus!

Shady Grove Parents,
The American Heart Association visited our campus today during PE!
Our students got to meet Alexa – a true Heart Hero – and were asked to do a few things to make themselves, their family and community healthier. They also met the Heart Heroes, and learned how they are part of the solution: We’re all born to make a difference. Look for envelopes, and a cool coloring sheet that can be “brought to life” if they download the Kids Heart Challenge App!
To learn more about the American Heart Association, or to make a donation, just click here: www.heart.org/KHC
Conversation Prompt: What did you learn in today’s assembly? How has heart disease and stroke affected our family?
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Play It Safe Program Presented to Students

In January, we partnered with the Hill Country Children’s Advocacy Center to bring us a great program called Play It Safe. The program is “research-based, age appropriate child abuse prevention information for Kindergarten through high school age students.” The interactive Play it Safe curriculum helps children recognize abusive behavior, and provides tools children can use to be safe. The staff at HCCAC does a fabulous job presenting to our students!
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