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2015-02-26

BISD sets plans for Public Schools Week

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Grady and Rose Desmuke prepare to enjoy a hearty meal at the annual BMS Cowboy Breakfast. This year's breakfast will be Wednesday, March 4 at 7 am on the lawn be-hind Bandera Middle School. For more information on the Cowboy Breakfast, please call 830-796-6270.

Public Schools Week in Bandera ISD is March 2 through March 6. This year's theme is "Texas Public Schools ... It Matters." Bandera ISD will be hosting a variety of activities for the community during this week to recognize the contributions that public schools make to the community and vice versa. "We hope everyone will be able to visit Bandera's public schools during this week, because our community's support matters to us," said Superintendent Regina Howell.
• On Tuesday, March 3, at 12:30 pm, Hill Country Elementary will host a luncheon for the law enforcement officers of Bandera County.
• On Wednesday, March 4, Bandera Middle School will host its annual Cowboy Breakfast for the community. Later that morning, at 8:15 am at the Central Administration Building, Superintendent Regina Howell will give a presentation on the State of the District. All parents and community members are invited to attend both events.
• On Thursday, March 5, at 10 am, Bandera High School and the BISD Nurses are sponsoring a brunch for Bandera County medical professionals in the High School Cafeteria.
• On Friday, March 6, Alkek Elementary will be hosting a pancake breakfast for members of the Chamber of Commerce and the BISD Education Foundation.
• Also on Friday, March 6, from 9- 11 am, the BISD Transportation Department will give their presentation "Get to Know Your School Bus" at the Lowe's Market parking lot in Bandera aboard a district school bus.
Parents are welcome to visit campuses or have lunch with their student on any day of Texas Public Schools Week.
For more information about Texas Public Schools Week, contact Tracy Thayer at 830-796-6300 or tthayer@banderaisd.net or contact your campus principal.