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BGISD Students to Return to On Campus Learning

The Board of Trustees held a special meeting on October 5, 2020 to evaluate the remote learning models. As a results of the academic struggles of our remote students, Blooming Grove ISD is stopping remote learning effective October 16, 2020. The incredible and unprecendented time and effort required of our teachers and administrators to facilitate our three learning models will come to an end. All students are to attend school on campus beginning Monday, October 19, 2020.

BGE PTO Book Fair! September 21-25

Parents, Just because you can't attend the Book Fair this year, doesn't mean you can't order books! Click on the heading above to start your online order! Every purchase earns rewards for our school.

Meet the Teacher - COVID Style!

Monday, August 10th from 6:30 - 8:00 PM
PreK - Outside the Primary Wing, under the large awning.
2nd Grade - Outside the Main Entrance, under the large awning.
5th Grade - Outside the Gym, under the large awning.

Tuesday, August 11th from 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Kindergarten - Outside the Primary Wing, under the large awning.
4th Grade - Outside the Gym, under the large awning.

Wednesday, August 12th from 6:30 - 8:00 PM
1st Grade - Outside the Primary Wing, under the large awning.
3rd Grade - Outside the Gym, under the large awning.

New Elementary Principal

Monday, June 22, 2020 - BGISD welcomes Allyson King as our new elementary principal. Mrs. King brings 24 years experience in education with the past nine years as an assistant principal and principal. She has taught 1st and 2nd grade, Reading Recovery, as well as grades 3-8 Development Math and Reading.

Kindergarten Promotion Parade

On Tuesday, May 26th, the elementary campus held a promotion parade for the kindergarten classes. Visit our Blooming Grove ISD Facebook page to view photos. First grade, here we come!!

FREE Books Are In The Mail!

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 - The education of your children has been greatly altered this year due to Covid-19. We realize that helping our younger students continue to grow in reading ability is critical. To support our Kinder through 5th graders in reading development, each student will receive six reading books in the mail in the coming days. These books are for them to keep as part of their home library. Inside the cover of each book are engaging reading activities, designed to help them maintain or strengthen their current reading level.
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