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BCP Kicks off The Great Kindness Challenge!

Belle Chasse Primary is excited to announce our first time participating in the Great Kindness Challenge. All students and staff are encouraged to complete the challenge by completing as many random acts of kindness as possible on their GKC checklist as they can. Kindness Matter!!
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Are you wrestling with your kids over math homework?

Parents of 2nd through 6th Grade Students – We’ve heard your cries for help and are happy to share some great resources. On the school’s website homepage, select Parents – Math Support – and choose your child’s grade level. Choose the module and lesson number your child’s class is currently working on.
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Belle Chasse Primary Monthly Newsletter

Our first newsletter is now available on the BCP website. Included in this edition is a calendar of upcoming events, the September Students of the Month and a spotlight on 4th grade. An article about school connectedness, an initiative that BCP has adopted this school year, is also in this edition along with other great pictures and articles.
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Adopt a School Event

Dear BCP Family,

Ascension Parish Public Schools suffered great flooding recently. Belle Chasse Primary is reaching out to lend a helping hand. We have adopted an Ascension Parish Public School,St. Amant Primary School. Please see the attached flyer about supplies that we are collecting to help with the clean-up effort. We are asking that donations be brought to school on August 24th. Thank you in advance for extending your generosity to our neighbors in need.


Mrs. Ritz
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On April 12th BCP students and families had a great time at our first Golf Tournament and Family Day! The weather was perfect, the food was tasty, and the talent was entertaining. Thank you to everyone who came out to make this a fun event for our BCP families.
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All BCP 4th graders are having the opportunity to attend a phenomenal off-campus learning experience during the months of January and February. In the woods of Jean Lafitte National Park, the students explore concepts such as food webs, recycling and other topics in the "Teaching Responsible Earth Education" (TREE).
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