Beaverton Rural Schools

Preparing Students for Success in the 21st Century

  • OPPORTUNITY FOR PARENTS!  CONSCIOUS DISCIPLINE TRAINING SERIES

    Parents, you are cordially invited to attend a training series about Conscious Discipline, a research-based program proven to increase academic achievement and decrease problem behaviors in children of all ages.  This training is applicable to parents, teachers and other professionals.  Mrs. Kendra Curtiss-Tomaski is the trainer.  Register by April 27th by calling (989) 386.8618 or by emailing rgreenman@cgresd.net

    Dates: Wednesday's - May 2, 9, 16, 23

    Time: Registration at 5:00 p.m.; Dinner at 5:30-6:00 p.m.; Training at 6:00-7:30 p.m.

    Location: Beaverton Activity Center, Catalyst Conference Room, 106 Tonkin Street, Beaverton, MI 48612

    Child Care: Child care will be available to the first 36 children registered by their family.  Dinner provided.

    UNIVERSAL BREAKFAST 

    Beaverton Rural Schools offers Universal Breakfast to all K-12 students!  Students can eat breakfast FREE every day they attend school, whether they are free, reduced or full-pay lunch students.  Universal Breakfast offers a variety of foods including low-sugar cereals made with whole grains, cereal bars, graham crackers with low-fat yogurt, 100% fruit juice and skim white milk.  We encourage all students to participate in the program.

    DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
    Re-adopted September 28, 2015 
    Beaverton Rural Schools, in partnership with the community, will ensure an environment in which all students acquire skills necessary for lifelong learning and responsible citizenship. 

    DISTRICT VISION STATEMENT
    Re-adopted September 28, 2015 
    Beaverton Rural Schools provides students the best opportunity to learn, develop, and be prepared for success in higher education, career, and community.

    BOARD GOALS
    Newly-adopted September 28, 2015
    As the Beaverton Rural Schools Board of Education performs its sworn duties to oversee a district that produces young adults properly prepared for life and learning, it does so with these assurances to staff, students and parents:

    STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
    Beaverton Rural Schools will offer a quality education to all students to prepare them for their next chapter in life.

    SAFETY
    We’ll take care of your kids by ensuring a physically safe and well-maintained environment where students thrive and the community has a sense of pride.

    FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
    We’ll take care of your money by exercising keen fiduciary oversight at all times to benefit the district as a whole.

    GROWTH AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
    We’ll give our students and teachers the tools they need by providing leadership and support to create and sustain an open and flexible environment.

    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
    The Board will listen more than we speak as one organization and in one consistent voice.

BJSHS Announcements

  • Announcements:  April 18, 2018

    I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible; with liberty and justice for all.

    1. Minute Tickets are ready to be picked up from Ms. Vermeesch in the library before school, after school, or at lunch.
    2. Congrats to Derek Ficek (Auto Tech) and Shawn Strick (Culinary Arts) on being named CTE Students of the Month!
    3. Fassett will be here at 2nd lunch on April 19th to sign up any girls 16-19 that are interested in participating in Miss Beaverton this year.
    4. Reminder for Spring Athletes- Your Athletic fee needs to be paid ASAP!
    5. 7th Graders going to the Loon’s Game- Permission slips and money are due to Mrs. Walter’s Friday April 20th
    6. The Senior Class meeting with Mrs. Quick has been rescheduled for Friday April 20th at 11:20 in the Media Center. It is very important you attend!
    7. Help support Anna Brushaber and Parker Hayes as they fundraise to attend the Business Professionals of America National Conference in Dallas, Texas by attending a Pancakes and Sausage Supper at the Beaverton Church of the Brethren on Saturday, April 21 from 4-7 p.m. For more information, see Anna, Parker, or Mrs. Ewert. They'd love to see you there.
    8. If you are a Junior or Senior who’s looking for a summer job, SPARKS is looking for a student to be a teacher aid on the Summer SPARKS teaching staff. You will be working with students under the direct supervision of a teacher.  Meals and transportation are provided!!  If you are interested, applications are available in the brochure holder by the announcement board.
    9. Cheer Tryouts will be April 16th-20th from 4-6 pm in the gym. This is open to 9th – 12th  Even if you have never done it before or are not sure, please give it a try! Everyone is welcome!
    10. Prom tickets will be sold during 10-12 lunch for $35.

     

    Counseling News:   Students interested in co-op positions at Saint Gobain can now apply online! See their website or Mrs. Phillips for more information.

    Current Dual-Enrolled students should see Mrs. Phillips to select dual courses for next year.

    Daily R&R Reminder:  Dying in a car crash is the ultimate unexcused absence.  Don’t drive with your phone in your hand.  One Text or Call Could Wreck it All.

    Events results:   

    Events for tonight:  Track has been canceled for tonight.

     

    Happy Birthday:  Happy Birthday today to Carson Longstreth!

    Today’s Lunch Menu:  Spaghetti & Meatballs,Yogurt Bar

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     (989) 246-3000

    Elementary School
     (989) 246-3020

    Junior/Senior High School
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