"Junior Robostars" CLUB
"Junior Robostars" sponsors
CLICK HERE for the 2018-19 Junior RoboStars Information and Application.
The Junior Robotics club will be open to 3rd and 4th grade students at BEE. This club involves working on problem solving tasks with legos. Topics vary from year to year. Meetings are held monthly for an hour after school. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Glover at collette email@example.com or Ms. Donovan at Rebecca.Donovan@stpsb.org.
sCHOOL NEWSPAPER cLUB
SChOoL NEWSPAPER CLUB SPONSORS
Lori Pichon-Milford and Rachel Senez
CLICK HERE for the Newspaper Club Application. Applications are due by Thursday, October 11.
The newspaper club will meet every other Tuesday to create a student-driven school newspaper written by 5th and 6th grade students. Staff will assist students with creating articles, editing articles, bringing creative ideas and perspectives to the club, as well as assistance with meeting monthly deadlines.
Beta Club Sponsors
art Club Sponsors
Library Club Sponsors
Quana Burks, Kim Grubbs, Shelley Pann, Jerri Reeves, and Jessica Rooks
CLICK HERE for the 2018-19 Library Club Information and Application.
Students in grades 1-2 will meet monthly to explore a variety of genres available through digital and print resources. Meetings will include text exploration and related hands-on activities for a different genre each month.
The Bonne Ecole Elementary choir is made up of hard working 5th and 6th grade students. In choir, students are instructed in proper singing techniques for individual and ensemble singing, music theory, as well as rehearsal and performance etiquette. This group of vocalists will meet on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during their Fine Arts block and specific Wednesday after school rehearsals. These young musicians are passionate about music and choose to express themselves through their voices! This fall, you can hear their beautiful voices at the Veteran's Day Program, and at the Christmas concert!
The St. Tammany Parish Strings Program works with students individually and as a group to teach young string players the fundamental skills they need to learn and grow as musicians. Our string program is based on the Suzuki Method, a teaching system that emphasizes listening skills, daily practice, and most importantly, parental involvement. Dr. Shinichi Suzuki envisioned the parent learning along with the child, creating and environment that motives and inspires student achievement. Millions of children around the world have learned to play and enjoy music through the Suzuki Method. Lessons will be held at Bonne Ecole every week, giving students the opportunity to take a violin or viola lesson once a week for 30 minutes. We are happy to be able to provide this service for our students, because the opportunity to play music is essential to a child’s education. Learning a musical instrument teaches children to think more critically and creatively, making music the ideal supplement to all academic courses.