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Sign up for the Carolina Roadrunners 3Rs 5k and 1 mile kids fun run to support Butner-Stem Middle School-May 12th, 2018. Contact 919-575-9429


Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Registration

Pre-Kindergarten and kindergarten registration will begin on April 10 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the data center at Mount Energy. To register your child, bring proof of residence, proof of income (Pre-K only), and the child’s birth certificate and immunization record. Registration packets can be found on the Granville County Public Schools website. 

Yearbooks on Sale

Yearbooks are one sale for $16.00. Students must bring exact change or a check made payable to Strawbridge Studios to receive a yearbook. Thank you to Mrs. Haas for designing an amazing book!

BSES T-Shirts on Sale

We have BSES t-shirts in youth sizes for sale in the front office for $10 each. These shirts will be great for Spirit Day Fridays! All shirts are purple with “We Are Bulldogs” on the front. Get one for your student soon!

Proctors Needed

If you are available to proctor for the EOG's, please contact the school. Thanks!






Lunch Visitation Reminder

All parents, grandparents, and family members are welcome to visit with students during lunch. When all students return to their classrooms, parents should report to the office to checkout. Parents should not walk students to class as this has caused a disruption to the school day. Students have not been able to return to instruction in a timely manner due to parents/families walking students back to class. If you would like to come observe or volunteer in the classroom, we would love to have you do so. However, you will need to set these times with the your child’s teacher in advance. We are always looking for volunteers to read to students, talk to students in the cafeteria to let them know the community cares about them, and mentor students. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, contact Colleen Haas (haasc@gcs.k12.nc.us) Thank you for your support!


Scholastic Reading Tip for Parents: What’s “Just Right”? 

Children feel confident and competent when they read books that are “just right.” But how do you find a “just right” book? Have your child read the back and front cover, and the first page of the book. If there are more than five words that he cannot pronounce or understand in context, the book may be too challenging. Be supportive of finding a more perfect fit. Choosing the right book will help your little reader feel successful.



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