Annual Shaw Tiger Run!!!! Register your student NOW for this year's Tiger Run! This is our biggest fundraiser every year and the students have a blast too!! Rather than having students participate in a sales-oriented fundraiser, we create an event where they are working together as a class for class goal rewards and then running at a fun event at the end of two weeks. This is the last week to get pledges for it since we run the Tiger Run on Friday so please share it with your friends and family. Over the past seven years, we have upgraded most of the playground equipment through our fun run fundraisers. We have one piece left to replace (it's the faded pink one) and with your help, we can do it! Everyone is welcome to come and watch their child(ren) run on Friday. We ask that you go straight around to the field behind the school, rather than through the school, as are taking turns running, so some grade levels are still in class while others are running. Parking is limited and many people find it easier to park on the street near the field or in our SIDE parent loop. Every student will get a T-shirt the morning of the Tiger Run, where we will mark the laps on the back of the shirt that they complete during the run. They love wearing it throughout the year as a fun way to show off their Tiger Pride and participation in the Tiger Run!
The Shaw staff is ready for lots of learning and fun at Shaw this year! Can't wait to see you all next week for the first days of school! A-L on Monday and M-Z on Tuesday.
New Student Orientation is on August 10th at 9:00am beginning in the gym. Open house for all families: August 11th: 4-4:45 for A-L and 5-5:45 for M-Z. Parking in the front and back of the school.
It's Red Ribbon Week! This year’s theme is a reminder that each and every person can commit to a healthy, drug-free lifestyle and make significant contributions to achieving a drug-free community. #RedRibbonWeek #BcreekSchools
🗳️ Make a plan to vote in this upcoming election! Election Day is Tuesday, November 2. Beavercreek City Schools is not on the ballot but there are local issues and candidates on the upcoming ballot. Early, in-person voting is now available for all registered voters. Visit voteohio.gov for detailed voting information. #VoteReady #BcreekSchools
🏆 Join us in congratulating Officer Barry Wisecup of the City of Beavercreek Police Department who received the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award by The Greene Optimist Club for his "dedication to serving others and fostering a respect for law." Officer Wisecup is the school district's D.A.R.E. officer and is currently teaching our fifth- and sixth-grade D.A.R.E. curriculum to students. He conducts over 42 classes each year and runs the D.A.R.E. camp every summer at Camp Birch! Thank you for all you do for our students, district and community! 🧡 #BcreekSchools
📣 Reminder! Tomorrow, Friday, October 15, Beavercreek City Schools students will be released from school one hour early. #BcreekSchools
🌎 🧠 October 10th is #WorldMentalHealthDay2021. A day that is dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues and supporting efforts to eliminate stigmas. We strive to support mental health wellness in our Beavercreek School community. Visit https://wfmh.global to learn more. #BcreekSchools
This week’s, “Beavercreek’s Best” features third-grade teacher at Shaw Elementary, Allison McCormick. Continue reading to learn more about her! 🏫 NUMBER OF YEARS AT BEAVERCREEK CITY SCHOOLS: Eight years 🍦 WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB: Making frames and working at Dairy Queen. 📚 WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE AUTHOR OR BOOK: My favorite book is “The BFG” by Roald Dahl. I also like to read Jodi Picoult books! 🎿 WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SCHOOL MEMORY FROM WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER: My favorite school memory was winning the Invention Convention in sixth grade! My dad created a 'snow blocker' to block snow from getting on our wrists when we went skiing. It later became a REAL product, but not by my family! 🤗 FONDEST MEMORY IN YOUR CURRENT POSITION: I love when I see students helping each other and learning to have positive talk! We work hard on being great PAX leaders, so watching them take ownership of their behaviors and be more positive is amazing. 🧡 WHAT PIECE OF ADVICE OR ENCOURAGEMENT WOULD YOU SHARE WITH ALL STUDENTS IN OUR DISTRICT: Always be positive! Allison, thank you for all you do! Our district is lucky to have you! #BcreekSchools
Reminder! There is no school Monday, October 11 for Beavercreek City Schools students due to a professional development day. #BcreekSchools
Students in grades 1-8, register TODAY to be on a Beavercreek LEGO® Robotics Team! This year’s Lego League theme is CARGO CONNECT: reimagine how we access and deliver all the things we need and want. To register and learn more, visit one of the links below. 🟠 Lego League Explore, grades 1-4: gocreek.org/FLLexplore21 🟠 Lego League Challenge, grades 4-8: gocreek.org/FLLchallenge21 Fourth-grade students can choose either team. Deadline to register is Friday, October 8 for the Challenge team and Friday, October 15 for the Explore team. #BcreekSchools
🇺🇸 All registered voters can vote early starting TODAY, October 5! Beavercreek City Schools is not on the ballot but there are local issues and candidates on the upcoming ballot. To find out where and how to vote early, visit ➡️ voteohio.gov. #BcreekSchools
Beavercreek City Schools would like to invite each of you to join us for the opportunity to hear renowned inspirational speaker, Chris Singleton. Hear Chris speak on the importance of diversity and inclusion on Monday, October 11, 2021, in the Beavercreek High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Singleton is a former minor league baseball player who became a nationally-renowned speaker following the loss of his mother in the 2015 Mother Emanuel Church Tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina. Since then, he has been traveling and working toward his mission to inspire his audiences, sharing his message on resilience, forgiveness and unity, hoping to unite millions. We are excited to be offering this event to our community, and we hope to see many of you in attendance. The event is free and open to all. To learn more about Chris, please visit chrissingleton.com. #BcreekSchools
👨🏫 👩🏫 October 5th is World Teachers’ Day! Let’s celebrate our caring and hard-working teachers for all they do! Our district is lucky to have each and every one of you! #BcreekSchools
ICYMI, We released our first BCS Video Update of the school year. You can check it out here. #bcreekschools https://youtu.be/7z0lHMhPiEk
🗳️ Today, Oct. 4, is the last day to register to vote! Beavercreek City Schools is not on the ballot but there are local issues and candidates on the upcoming ballot. To register to vote, update your status, or check your registration status, visit ↪️ voteohio.gov . #VoteReady #BcreekSchools
🧰🧹 Oct. 2nd is National Custodial Workers Recognition Day! Today and every day, we appreciate our custodians for their efforts to keep our schools running safely, smoothly and efficiently. We would be a mess without you! Thank you for all you do! 🔨🧽 #CustodialWorkersRecognitionDay #BcreekSchools
“Appreciation is a wonderful thing: it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” - Voltaire Today’s #MotivionalMonday is in honor of our principals. October is National Principals Month! We are grateful for the dedication and commitment our principals have for our district, staff and students. Thank you for all your hard work as educators, leaders and role models! 👏 👏 👏 #ThankAPrincipal #BcreekSchools
October is National Bully Prevention Month. Beavercreek City Schools is committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment for all students. Let’s work together to put a stop to bullying and cyberbullying! For more information on how you can help, visit https://tinyurl.com/3f8rjwcw. #BcreekSchools #StopBullying
🗳️ September 28th is #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! Take 30 seconds to register to vote, check your registration status, or find a registration event near you. Visit ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/furc4cp3 for more information. #VoteReady #BcreekSchools