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Bejar, Martha
Counselor (A-L)
Berg, Mrs. Keely Elizabeth
Assistant Principal
Crawford, Allison
Instructional Coach
Hill, Amelia
Community Liaison
Paolini, Heather
Health Clerk
Reed, Ms.
Counselor (M-Z)
Renteria, Sandra
Attendance Clerk
Rozanski, Eileen
A.P. Secretary
Sato, Michael
School Psychologist
Splane, Dr. Jamal
Principal
Velasquez, Rebecca
Principal's Secretary

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TERM 1 - Ending - 9/22/17 ****TERMINO 1: SE TERMINA 9/22****

TERM 1: GRADES

TERMINO 1: GRADOS

How to figure out your Grade Point Average (GPA)?

Como Calcular el Promedio de Grados (GPA?)

Example: PER TERM/ PER SEMESTER

Ejemplo: Por TERMINO/ POR SEMESTRE

SUBJECT/ CLASS

CLASE

GRADE

GRADO

POINTS EARNED

PUNTAJE ACUMULADO

 

 

 

English

INGLES

A

4

Math

MATEMATICAS

B

3

Science

CIENCIA

C

2

Social Studies

ESTUDIOS SOCIALES

B

3

P.E

EDUCACION FISICA

A

4

Elective

CLASE ELECTIVO

D

1

 

 

 

 

 

Total Points =  17

PUNTOS TOTALES

 

Point values/ ESCALA DE GRADOS:  A - 4,  B - 3,  C - 2,  D - 1,  F - 0

Total Points Earned, DIVIDED by, the Total Number of Classes (6)

PUNTAJE TOTAL, DIVIDIDO FOR 6 CLASES

17/ 6 =

GPA: 2.83

 

YOU NEED A 2.0 OR HIGHER TO GRADUATE!!

(SE NECESITA EL PROMEDIO DE 2.0 PARA GRAUDUARCE)

Participation in the promotion ceremony is a privilege that is earned through demonstrating positive behavior and satisfactory academic progress through grades. District requirements for participation in the graduation ceremony and activities include:

 

1. Achieve a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 1.50 in one of the two semesters (January or June report card).

2. Receive no more than three (3) total semester “F” grades for the entire year of 8th grade year.

3. No more than two (2) F’s on the second semester report card for the 8th grade year.

4. All students BELOW 1.99 G.P.A. will be placed in an Academic Action Plan and will be required to attend Lunch Bunch until their G.P.A is above 2.0.

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News

9/14/17

TERM 1: GRADES

How to figure out your Grade Point Average (GPA)?

Example: PER TERM/ PER SEMESTER

SUBJECT/ CLASS

GRADE

POINTS EARNED

 

 

 

English

A

4

Math

B

3

Science

C

2

Social Studies

B

3

P.E

A

4

Elective

D

1

 

 

 

 

 

Total Points =  17

 

Point values:

A - 4,  B - 3,  C - 2,  D - 1,  F - 0

 

Total Points Earned, DIVIDED by, the Total Number of Classes (6)

17/ 6 =

GPA: 2.83

 

YOU NEED A 2.0 OR HIGHER TO GRADUATE!!

Participation in the promotion ceremony is a privilege that is earned through demonstrating positive behavior and satisfactory academic progress through grades. District requirements for participation in the graduation ceremony and activities include:

 

1. Achieve a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 1.50 in one of the two semesters (January or June report card).

2. Receive no more than three (3) total semester “F” grades for the entire year of 8th grade year.

3. No more than two (2) F’s on the second semester report card for the 8th grade year.

4. All students BELOW 1.99 G.P.A. will be placed in an Academic Action Plan and will be required to attend Lunch Bunch until their G.P.A is above 2.0.

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9/14/17
September is officially National Preparedness Month! Make a plan for yourself, family and friends. Here’s how:https://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan. The Ready.gov website is an awesome resource to help you prepare for an emergency, and all of their info is available in multiple languages.

 

If you prefer a good video, here’s a short one from the American Red Cross on how to make a simple family emergency kit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLFkD8Ti...

 

… and don’t forget to sign up for emergency alerts through AlertSCC https://www.sccgov.org/sites/alertscc

 

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9/8/17

Dear Bernal Families,

 

CJSF, our community service/honors club, is working to collect school supplies to send to Hurricane Harvey victims. Sadly, after this weekend, we may need to expand our donation drive to supply students and schools in Florida as well. As of right now, we're working with the Children's Museum of Houston & the Houston Independent School District (the largest school district in Texas), to provide much needed materials to students who have lost their homes and possessions.

 

We are asking for donated items that you may have laying around at the house already, or that you can find on super sale at Target, Walmart, etc.! Here are some requested items:

 

  • wide-ruled 70-page spiral notebooks
  • 1-inch binders
  • 3-prong colored folders with pockets 
  • regular-sized backpacks
  • No. 2 pencils
  • Crayola crayons
  • Crayola markers
  • highlighters
  • pink erasers
  • scissors
  • Elmer’s Glue or Glue sticks
  • hand sanitizer

 

We sincerely appreciate your support! Donations can be dropped off at the front office, or sent with your student to Room 201 by Friday, September 22nd.

 

Lastly, if you know of any local volunteer opportunities that are available for middle schoolers, our club members are willing and able to get started! Please reply to this email with details.

 

Thank you very much for reading and helping us meet our goal :)

 

Sincerely,

 

The CJSF Team

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Help Hurricane Victims by donating school supplies!

Dear Bernal Families,

 

CJSF, our community service/honors club, is working to collect school supplies to send to Hurricane Harvey victims. Sadly, after this weekend, we may need to expand our donation drive to supply students and schools in Florida as well. As of right now, we're working with the Children's Museum of Houston & the Houston Independent School District (the largest school district in Texas), to provide much needed materials to students who have lost their homes and possessions.

 

We are asking for donated items that you may have laying around at the house already, or that you can find on super sale at Target, Walmart, etc.! Here are some requested items:

  • wide-ruled 70-page spiral notebooks
  • 1-inch binders
  • 3-prong colored folders with pockets 
  • regular-sized backpacks
  • No. 2 pencils
  • Crayola crayons
  • Crayola markers
  • highlighters
  • pink erasers
  • scissors
  • Elmer’s Glue or Glue sticks
  • hand sanitizer

 

We sincerely appreciate your support! Donations can be dropped off at the front office, or sent with your student to Room 201 by Friday, September 22nd.

 

Lastly, if you know of any local volunteer opportunities that are available for middle schoolers, our club members are willing and able to get started! Please reply to this email with details.

 

Thank you very much for reading and helping us meet our goal :)

 

Sincerely,

 

The CJSF Team

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Important Info

2017 - 2018 Grading Terms

Term 1: 8/15 - 9/22  

Grade Reports distributed 9/25

Term 2: 9/25 - 11/3

Grade Reports distributed 11/13

Term 3: 11/6 - 1/12

Semester 1 Report Cards mailed 1/25

Term 4: 1/17 - 3/2

Grade Reports distributed 3/9

Term 5: 3/5 - 4/20

Grade Reports distributed 4/27

Term 6: 4/23 - 5/31

Semester 2 Report Cards mailed 6/13

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So do we!

 

Herff Jones eShare: 

http://www.hjeshare.com/eShare/?code=bernalbroncos

 

Students, parents, and teachers can upload and submit their photos of SCHOOL EVENTS to the yearbook staff for review. We cannot guarantee that your content will be published, but if you don't share, your great pictures can't even be considered.  Please share images quickly so we can meet our deadlines. Provide as much detail as possible (including name and grade level) so that we can have all the information for accurate identification.

 

There are also Apple and Android apps available! Last day to submit photos: November 13, 2017