Fulton County Re-accreditation Survey
Parents-please take a moment to complete this online survey. This is for the district's re-accreditation. We need to have 20% of parents complete the survey. As of right now only 5 parents have completed the survey. We would like to exceed the 20% requirement! If you can, please take a few minutes to answer the survey. Thank you so much!
Red Ribbon Week is October 27th - 31st
The theme for our Red Ribbon Week is "Bright Futures...NOT Blurred". Students are encouraged to participate in daily events:
Monday-Multiple Monday (Dress as twins, triplets, quads, etc.)
Wednesday-Character Day (Mickey, Superman, Pooh, etc.)
Thursday-Hat Day/Breast Cancer Walk
Friday-Red Creek Day & Pep Rally
10/20 – 11/3 Purchase a $10 Dominos card from any Bear Creek student. Show your card when you order and receive a free pizza for every large pizza purchase! Dominos card is good through June 2015.
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 @ 5:00
Literacy Night & Hispanic Month Celebration
Bear Creek closed out the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month with Literacy Night. Students read the book Before We were Free by Julia Alvarez and participated in discussion groups with our grade-level administrators. Activities, good food, and music were enjoyed by all!
Meeting set for November 19 to review South Fulton attendance boundaries
A community meeting is set for November 19
to review enrollment trends in the South Fulton area and possibly make
adjustments to existing attendance boundaries. The meeting will be held
at Banneker High School,
located at 6015 Feldwood Road in College Park, from 7-9 p.m.
Schools impacted by the review only include those that were part of the
redistricting/school consolidation approved in 2013. The schools are
Conley Hills, Hapeville, Hamilton E. Holmes, Harriet Tubman, Mount
Olive, Oak Knoll and Parklane elementary schools;
Bear Creek, Camp Creek, McNair, Renaissance, Sandtown, Paul D. West and
Woodland middle schools; and Banneker, Creekside, Langston Hughes and
Westlake high schools.
Any proposed changes resulting from the meeting
will be presented to the Fulton County Board of Education in January
with a vote expected in February. Changes, if approved, would go into
effect next August.
Bear Creek begins D.E.A.R.! (D.ROP E.VERYTHING A.ND R.EAD)
Starting Monday, September 29th all students will read in Homeroom several mornings each week from 8:20 to 8:55. This is a time to READ for pleasure-there will be random rewards for those caught in the act! View the D.E.A.R. weekly schedule.