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  • Next week (February 27th-March 3rd) is Read Across America Week!  To celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and his brilliant characters we will be celebrating each day with the following activities:

    Monday

    Crazy Hair Day

    Tuesday

    Wacky Socks Day

    Wednesday

    Hat Day

    Thursday

    Dress as favorite Dr. Seuss character

    Friday

    College Shirt Day

     

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  • Reading is important all of the time, but especially now!  A challenge has been offered to all 3rd grade students attending an UCPS elementary school. The Books and Brackets reading challenge will be from February 27th-Friday, March 31st.  For five weeks, students will record the number of minutes read while at school and at home. Beginning March 10th, UCPS will announce the top schools each Friday and show how schools are moving through the bracket to the winning spot. The top 8 schools with the most minutes read will get to go to Wingate University on March 31st for a day full of events.  BHESA’s faculty and staff are committed to making sure we are in the top 8 schools.  Please read, read, read, and read some more.

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  • BHESA is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 1st from 2:45-7:00 P.M. in BHESA's gym.  Please consider signing up for a donation time slot at: http://www.redcrossblood.org/ Enter 28110 as the zipcode to find a drive; scroll through the list to Benton Heights Elementary on March 1st to choose a time. Patients are waiting on your lifesaving blood donation. 

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  • Any school closings or delays will be posted on mulitple media outlets including UCPS’s and BHESA’s website, Facebook page, or Twitter account.

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  • Please make sure you are displaying your child’s car rider numbers.  These are important for safety and efficiency reasons.  If car rider numbers are not displayed, you will be asked to park in a designated parking spot, report to the front office, and show identification in order to pick up your child.

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