Education and Schools

Tue
09
Apr

2019-2020 Burnet CISD transfer window open

Burnet CISD student transfer requests are being accepted now through Tuesday, April 30. Read the details on the flyer above and visit burnetcisd.net to download the request form.

Wed
13
Mar

Shattered Dreams

Nathan Hendrix/Burnet Bulletin

 

At the left, Burnet High School junior Tatum Davis delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in this year's Shattered Dreams presentation at the high school. Davis is acting like she's being consoled by a classmate after witnessing two other students lose their lives in a car collision simulation. Meanwhile, at the right, senior Sheaffer Teague is put in handcuffs and escorted to the back of a squad car after the simulated deaths of two of his classmates due to his impaired driving. Teague was booked on two counts of simulated vehicular manslaughter during the presentation, which aims to warn students about the dangers of drinking and driving.

Mon
25
Feb

BCISD campuses to close Friday, Mar. 1

A message from BCISD Superintendent Keith McBurnett:

Dear Parents,

As you have probably heard, the Lady Dawgs have qualified as one of the final four teams to make it to the UIL State Basketball Tournament in San Antonio. This is the first time in the District’s history to have any basketball team make it to the State Tournament. The Lady Dawgs will take on Hardin-Jefferson on Friday, March 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the Alamodome.

Ever since the win over Liberty Hill this past Saturday, the District has received a large number of inquiries from staff and parents asking about the District’s plan to accommodate the State Semi-Final game on Friday.                

Wed
13
Feb

'Vital' skills on display

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin

 

HOSA-Future Health Professionals members Momina Khawaja (left) and Haley Glaspy demonstrate the correct way to check a patient's vital signs at the HOSA booth at the 2019 BCISD Join the Journey Safe and Drug Free Wellness Fair Thursday, Feb. 7 at Burnet Middle School. Join the Journey is a community coalition with the purpose of addressing drug use within the Burnet community. The Wellness Fair encourages students and their families to live a drug-free lifestyle.

Wed
18
Jul

Te recognized by BCISD trustees for leadership

Savanna Gregg/Burnet Bulletin
BMS English teacher and Interact Sponsor Sara Te is recognized for being nominated to the TASB Media Honor Roll at the July 11 BCISD Board meeting. Te is pictured with BCISD Superintendent Keith McBurnett, left, and her husband, Peter, right.

 

 

 

 

By Savanna Gregg

Burnet Bulletin

The Burnet CISD Board of Trustees recently nominated Burnet Middle School English teacher and Interact sponsor Sara Te to the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Media Honor Roll for the part she has played in providing news about public schools in a fair and accurate manner.

Tea has made an impact on students across the district as well as the nation with her participation in the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation and introducing BCISD to the “Start With Hello” program and “Say Something Week,” programs dedicated to including students of all walks of life and helping them feel welcome and safe in what can be an overwhelming environment for many.

In June 2017, Te and a few of her BMS Interact students were honored at the Sandy Hook Promise Gala in Washington, D.C., for introducing their school to the “Start With Hello” program.

Wed
23
Aug

Burnet CISD lowers tax rate by four cents

Monday, Aug. 21, was a busy day for the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District, and not just because it was the first day of school.

After holding a public hearing earlier in the evening, the BCISD Board of Trustees adopted the 2017-2018 budget of $28 million and a tax rate that includes a four-cent reduction in the overall tax rate from $1.32 per $100 valuation to $1.28 per $100 valuation during its regular monthly meeting.

The reduction in tax rate will take place in the interest and sinking rate, which covers interest on bond debt for facilities. The district will drop its I&S rate from 28 cents per $100 valuation to 24 cents per $100 valuation. The district's maintenance and operations rate, which covers operating costs like salaries, benefits and utility bills, will remain the same as last year at $1.04 per $100 valuation.

Wed
07
Jun

Burnet FFA officers announced

Contributed

The first official business of the 2017- 2018 Burnet FFA officer team will be to attend the 89th Texas FFA State Convention, to be held in Corpus Christi on July 10-14. Officers are, front row from left, Audra Hoefelmeyer, Katelyn Moore, Lyndsi Woods and Briana Jowers. Back row are Ryan Edmondson, Marc Barnett, Ellett Vann, Jacob Robinett and Logan Rutledge.

Wed
31
May

Embracing the future

Burnet Senior Coleman Posey shares a tearful embrace with fellow graduate Sarah Shaw at the conclusion of Friday's graduation. It was an emotional night for many who attended the Class of 2017 Commencemment Ceremony.

Wed
31
May

Hats off to the Class of 2017!

Wayne Craig/Clear Memories

At the conclusion of Friday, May 26, graduation ceremonies at Bulldog Stadium, Burnet High School Seniors honored tradition by tossing their hats in the air.

Wed
24
May

Texas Music Scholars

With Texas Music Scholar Awards from the Texas Music Educators Association for outstanding scholastic merit, musicianship and citizenship in school and community during the 2016-2017 school year, are, from left, Jessy Ware, 12th grade flute; Rebecca Schilling, 10th grade clarinet, and Kathryn Martin, 11th grade oboe. Fewer than 2,300 students earned the honor last year.   

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