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Meet and Greet for grades 1-4 will be on Tuesday, August 8th from 1 PM-3PM and Pre-K from 1 PM- 4 PM.       First day of school for grades 1-4 is Wednesday, August 9th.  This will be a 12:30 dismissal day.      First FULL day of school for grades 1-4 is Thursday, August 10th.

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Summer Registration Dates announced for the 2017-2018 School Year

There will be a summer registration day for the 2017-2018 school year on Tuesday, July 25th from 8:30-1:30. If you'd like to register before the anticipated registration date, please call the school to be sure a counselor is available to accept registration. ALL registrations within the district will END on Thursday, August 3rd to prepare for the opening of schools. Registration will resume on Thursday, August 10th at 9:00 AM.

Summer Reading Incentive

Just because school is out, doesn't mean that reading and learning should stop. Find out about BCP's Summer Reading Incentive.

May Lunch Menu

Click here to access this month's lunch menu. Note: menu is subject to change.
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BCP's SECOND GLOW PARTY!

We are excited to announce our second Glow Party is set for Friday, May 12th!! Hurry and sign up now because spots fill quickly and we only have room for 200 students. Please see the attached flyer for registration information.
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Mission

All students at Belle Chasse Primary School will realize their potential to become independent readers, writers, thinkers, problem solvers, and communicators.
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District News

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Kindergarten Spring Round-Up for 2017-2018

If your child turns 5 on or before September 30, they are eligible to start kindergarten in the 2017-2018 school year. Click on the headline link for more information.

PPSB Believes

Embracing its diversity, the Plaquemines Parish School Board dedicates itself to educating all students to their fullest potential. The PPSB is committed to equity because excellence for all students requires equity.
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Principal's Message

 At the beginning of a new school year, parents often ask for advice in helping their children get off to a good start in school.  Surveys show that an overwhelming number of students feel that their teachers do a great job teaching and that schools do a good job teaching subject matter.  However, we all know that schools can’t do it all.  Parents can play a vital role in helping youngsters develop a positive outlook toward school.  The following ideas come from several articles that I believe provide some useful suggestions:

  • Create a regular routine in the evening to set out uniforms, shoes, belt, school bag, etc. to help the morning start smooth.
  • Adhere to a set bedtime routine and quiet time before bed.
  • Wake up early so that all the morning activities can be completed in a calm manner and children can be on time for the bus.
  • Model for children how to establish a quiet location to complete homework. Have pencils, paper, etc. and other necessary supplies readily available, and encourage children to complete homework tasks in some order of priority.  (Sometimes, it is best to do the least favorite task first.)
  • Help children use a planning calendar and notebook to keep track of weekly, monthly, or large projects.
  • After reading a book or article, have a discussion with children to help with comprehension. Ask your children to tell you what the story was about, why the story interested them, and perhaps how it might relate to their own lives.
The faculty and staff of Belle Chasse Primary works diligently for all children to have success and are available to help parents understand the academic  and behavioral expectations to be successful.  The 2016-2017 school year is a fresh start for everyone.  Should you wish to have more in-depth information, always feel free to talk to your child’s teacher.  Also, remember, if I can be of help in this or any other matter, please feel free to call me.

 

Most respectfully,

Mrs. Ritz
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