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Check Out  Our New Parenting Tips Webpage

Tips are broken down into Early Years, Middle Years and High School Years.
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Red Ribbon Drug Prevention Week
Oct 27-31,2014

Monday – Wear Camo – Fight back against drugs

Encourage students to sign drug free pledges – will be posted by grade in gym for Friday pep rally

Tuesday - Wear Red – Pledge to be drug free
Students exchange signed pledges for red wrist bands. Drawings during the week with the # on the wristband

Wednesday – Tie Day – Tie up drugs
Drug dog presentation at 9:30

Thursday – College Dress Up – Dream it, believe it, achieve it
HS skit grades 3-12

Friday – School spirit – Team up against drugs
Pledges on the wall for pep rally in gym
Wear wristbands for free admission to Football game

Poster contest during the week with theme
Elem. and secondary divisions for contest with Wal-Mart gift cards for prizes
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TIME TO FIND OUT THE TRUTH!!!!

Often we think....not my kid!!  But today it has become more difficult to say that!!! 

Please join us for an INFORMATIVE meeting for ALL PARENTS of any student(s) in Hill County
about the true dangers of drugs that our children face daily!!!

Those leading the discussion know what you may not, so please come and hear what could possibly save your child!! 


LOCATION: HILL COLLEGE, PAC CENTER


112 LAMAR DRIVE, HILLSBORO, TEXAS


DATE: OCTOBER 27TH, 2014


TIME: 6:00 P.M.-7:30 P.M


PARTNERING ORGANIZATIONS:

HILL COUNTY JUVENILE PROBATION DEPARTMENT, HILLSBORO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, HILL COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, HILLSBORO ISD, HILL COLLEGE, COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT, HILL COUNTY YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE COALITION
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3rd Prize  –  $10,000

Text the keyword BYNUM to 43101 for a chance to win cash for your school. Play each day to increase your school’s chance of winning!  School winners will be chosen by participation based on school size.

Check out weekly where we stand at http://www.brookshires.com/extrapoint/



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Bynum ISD Achieves Met Standard rating plus all academic distinctions

The Texas Education Agency recently announced Texas schools achieving  MET Standard rating plus all academic distinctions.  Under the state accountability system, campuses in Texas that achieve the rating of Met Standard can also earn distinction designations in the following three areas:

  • Top 25 Percent Student Progress

  • Academic Achievement in Reading/English language arts

  • Academic Achievement in Mathematics

Bynum ISD was one of the 759 schools and the ONLY SCHOOL IN HILL COUNTY  that earned designations in all three potential areas.  For more information visit the TEA website at http://www.tea.state.tx.us then select Testing/Accountability.
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Bynum High School Awarded Bronze Award


U.S News & World Report released the 2013 list of Best High Schools on April 23, 2013. This is the second time Bynum High School has been awarded the Bronze Award since the first ever list was posted in November 2007.

 U.S. News & World Report analyzed 21,035 public high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. This is the total number of public high schools that had 12th-grade enrollment and sufficient data from the 2010-2011 school year to analyze. (Nebraska was the only state that did not report enough data and therefore was not evaluated for any part of the rankings.)

The U.S. News Best High Schools project identifies the country's top-performing public high schools. The goal is to provide a clear, unbiased picture of how well public schools serve all of their students – from the highest achieving to the lowest achieving – in preparing them to demonstrate proficiency in basic skills as well as readiness for college-level work.

The U.S. News & World Report's editors believe high schools are among America's most important institutions, adding the Best High Schools to its series was a natural progression. Education drives our country's future. Recognizing schools that are performing well and providing them as models to other schools will inspire educators and communities to do better. By sharing this information, parents across the country will be armed with information to help them make better-informed decisions about their child's education.

All public high schools were eligible and nearly all were evaluated in the process of calculating the rankings. The U.S. News Best High Schools methodology collected state test data from state departments of education. The information used to determine rankings can be found online.



Visit US News Website for more details
Tax Rate Information
Bynum ISD adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 12.5422 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $-44.30.
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Texas College & Career, a no-cost, one-stop, online college and career planning resource for all secondary students, parents and educators, has interactive planning tools in English and Spanish.

The new resource site www.TexasCollegeandCareer.org is available state-wide at no-cost to all Texas secondary students, their families and educators. Recently launched by the Texas Education Agency and funded during the 82nd session of the Texas Legislature, lawmakers appropriated funds for the creation of a statewide online college and career readiness portal to provide online college and career preparation assistance to students, parents or guardians, school counselors, mentors and educators.  Texas College & Career targets an increase in the rate of K12 graduates transitioning to positive postsecondary outcomes.

 

Texas College & Career provides the key components of college and career planning all in one centralized location that’s easy to use. It’s accessible online anywhere, anytime and is available to fully browse in English or Spanish.    The site includes:

 

Interactive Planning Tools  Texas College & Career has interactive planning tools and checklists, including intuitive portfolio and resume building, interactive self-assessments, compatible career exploration and helps search scholarships and analyze financial aid costs. 

 

College & Career Search Tools  Texas College & Career helps to customize college and career searches, collaborate on college and career lists, search 4,500+ college profiles and 1,100 career profiles, and to compare these profiles with student interests.

 

Communication Tools   Parents and educators can connect with students to send emails and alerts to communicate important events and deadlines.  Students can receive reminders on upcoming test, scholarship or application deadlines.

 

Training is available at no cost for educators, families and students via the several online, live webinars each month.  There are also recorded webinars for quick and easy download at any time for convenience. To participate in these webinars and access these tools, visit the Training and Online Family Academy links at https://support.connectedu.net/Texas/training-center.html.

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