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  • STAAR pep rally, good luck 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade!

  • Happy National Nurses Week, thank you Nurse Jacinto.

  • Happy Principal's Day Mrs. Garcia!

  • Fiesta Parade!

  • Fiesta Parade!

  • Fiesta Parade!

  • Fiesta Parade!

  • Miss San Antonio 2019, Rebecca Mendoza, visits with 2nd grade.

  • Happy National Assistant Principals Week Ms. Talbert!

  • COMMING SOON!!! Baskin Beagle Greenhouse in partnership with the Lowe's Teacher Toolbox Grant. Ribbon cutting ceremony date pending.

  • Beagle Shutdown for all students with 96% or greater attendance! #sports

  • Beagle Shutdown for all students with 96% or greater attendance! #games

  • Beagle Shutdown of all students with 96% or greater attendance! #justdance

  • Beagle Shutdown for all students with 96% or greater attendance! #bingo

  • Beagle Shutdown for all students with 96% or greater attendance! #coloring

  • Beagle Shutdown for all students with 96% or greater attendance! # sidewalkchalk

  • Naviah, a 2nd grade student from Mrs. Molloy's class, found a $20 bill in the hallway and turned it in! Way to go Naviah!

  • 2019 Read Across America Parade.

  • 2019 Read Across America Parade.

  • 2019 Read Across America Parade.

  • 2019 Read Across America Parade.

  • Mrs. Barron a Parent Volunteer reads Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss to students during Read Across America Week.

  • Mrs. Meza a Parent Volunteer reads The Gingerbread Pirate by Kristin Kladstrup students during Read Across America Week.

  • Police Officers from the Balcones Heights Police Department read to students during Read Across America Week.

  • Zora Asberry - FOX News Traffic Anchor reads to students during Read Across America Week.

  • Ernie Zuniga- FOX News First Anchor reads The Lorax by Dr. Seuss to students during Read Across America Week.

  • Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Rodeo Roundup.

  • Congratulation Ms. Craig, Baskin's 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year.

  • Mrs. Craig 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year.

  • 1st grade visits the San Antonio 2019 Rodeo.

  • 1st grade visits the San Antonio 2019 Rodeo.

  • Fox NEWS First co-anchor Breanna Barrs interviews pk, kinder, and 2nd grade students for a segment about the meaning of Valentine's Day.

  • FOX News First co-anchor Breanna Barrs interviews 2nd grade and 1st grade students for a Valentine's segment about the meaning of Valentine's Day.

  • 100th Day of School Parade.

  • Celebrating the 100th Day of School!

  • Career Day 2019.

  • Ernie Zuniga, FOX News First Anchor at KABB-TV (career day 2019).

  • San Antonio Aquarium (career day 2019).

  • Melody, a 2nd grade student from Mrs. Warnock's class used money from her piggy bank to purchase every student in her class including her teacher a pair of gloves so they could beat the arctic blast! Well done Melody!

  • Veteran's Day celebration under the direction of Ms. Acosta. Happy Veteran's Day from the Baskin Beagles.

  • Bike Rhode 2018.

  • Mrs. Cortez's 3rd grade students celebrate Dia De Los Muertos with pan dulce, a glass of milk., listen to the read aloud Rosita y Conchita, and they watched Coco.

  • Mr. Ramirez shows his animal skins to 4th grade students after completing their unit on Native Americans.

  • Baskin Beagles supporting the Jefferson Mustangs on Feeder Night.

  • Supporting Jefferson High School on Feeder Night.

  • At Baskin we are college ready!

  • Ms. Craig's 4th grade class uses their critical thinking skills while working on a Close Reading activity.

  • The Magik Theatre performs Rumpelstiltskin.

  • Ms. Acosta practices with Baskin's Orchestra.

  • Prekindergarten students practicing their reading skills.

  • Baskin's 4th grade teachers provide campus professional development on how to implement Close Reading in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade.

  • 2nd grade teachers collaborating on implementing Close Reading in the classroom.

  • Ms. Rios' class is mixing colors with a little inspiration from the mice in the Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh.

  • Mr. C our school counselor encourages positive behavior by hosting a campus wide PBIS Rally.

  • Students in Mrs. Wahnon's class greet each other every morning.

  • Back to School GLOW Party.

  • Thank you PTA, parents, and teachers for making Baskin's Back to School GLOW Party a great success!

  • Mrs. Cortez and Megan. #Let'sGLOW

  • Mrs. Sanchez, Ms. Talbert, Mrs. McFarland and Ms. Campbell attend Epic Saturday.

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May 27, 2019 Memorial Day

Last Day of School!

May 29, 2019

 

Valarie L. Garcia, Principal Dear Baskin Parents:

Welcome back to a new school year! I am ready and excited to be the new Principal at Baskin! This year, our campus theme is “Together We Are Baskin Strong” aligning our goals with the district’s theme of ONE TEAM ONE VISION.

I assure you Baskin will continue to be a school Where Children Come First! Every staff member is committed to providing the highest level of quality instruction. Together as partners, we can ensure all students succeed. This year, we will be integrating some exciting new learning experiences such as an Agricultural unit, Robotics, Choir and an Orchestra-Strings unit.  We will also have an Open House and Family Academic Nights. PTA will collaborate our Fall Festival and PTA nights. Volunteers are welcomed with open arms. Additional information regarding schedules, along with dates and times for events will be posted on our new website so you may make plans to attend.

I’ve included a few campus-wide general procedures and reminders that are best practices for our school:

  • The school day begins at 8:05 am and ends at 3:20 pm. 8:06 am is considered tardy. Instructional time is important, please minimize late arrivals and early pick-ups from school. If you need to pick up your child early for an appointment, please do so no later than 2:45 pm. This allows us to better serve you in a timely manner without interfering with after school dismissal. For your child’s safety, parents must present an ID before requesting early release.
  • Dismissal procedures remain the same taking place in the Gym for PreK-5.  
  • SA Fire Dept. regulations do not permit parking in the fire lanes. Parents please help us keep traffic moving in the car drop-off and pick-up lanes. This will help avoid traffic congestion on community streets. All staff will be on duty to ensure student safety.

The entire staff is enthusiastic as we prepare for a wonderful year and your child's successful future.

Sincerely,
Valarie L. Garcia, Principal

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