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  •  We are proud to announce  for the 2014-2015 school year:
     
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    Bartram's Enrichment Academic Model (BEAM)-žThe Bartram’s Enrichment Academic Model (BEAM) is a full-time elementary gifted inclusion delivery model.  The curriculum is integrated and includes basic skill development, interpersonal skill development, enrichment activities, and  academic enrichment based on the needs and the developmental level of the student.  Students must go through a portfolio process to be admitted to this model.
     
    Click Link Below for more information!
     
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  • Mayor Alvin Brown’s Essay Contest 

    It’s time again for Mayor Alvin Brown’s Essay Contest. In support of Jax Goes to College Week (Oct. 5 -11), Mayor Brown is challenging all DCPS students to write and submit an essay about the importance of education. Three winners will be chosen from each school level – elementary, middle, and high school – to receive either a $100 gift card (third place), a 16GB iPad Mini (second place), or a 16GB iPad with Retina Display (first place). Essays may be submitted electronically (mayorbrownessaycontest@coj.net), faxed to (904) 630-2910, or mailed (address below) from Aug. 25 – Sept. 15 at midnight.

    Mailing address:

    Cedric Cruse, Education Officer/ Program Manager

    Education Initiatives

    117 W. Duval Street, Suite 240

    Jacksonville, FL. 32202

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  • Florida releases Florida Standards Assessments for students

    Parents, students, educators and the general public can preview the new Florida Standards Assessments including sample questions as well as training tests at a new Florida Department of Education website.

    Based on the state’s new core academic standards, the assessments are replacing the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in math and language arts. The new assessments will be given to students beginning in March.

     Click here for more informationhttp://www.fsassessments.com//
     



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We are so excited to explore the Biomes of the world as we are
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ecoming Scholastic Explorers. 
Bartram Springs Elementary is celebrating its 6th year as a school in Duval County.  As the years progress we are pleased to house over 900 very diverse and unique students. We are proud to be an A school for the 5th year in a row.  We are so proud of our students, staff and community!
 
 
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Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott announced the 2014 Hispanic Heritage Month essay and art contests, open to kindergarten through 12th grade students in Florida. The theme for Florida’s Hispanic Heritage Month contests is “Hispanic Culture: Living the American Dream in Florida.”

Art Contest for Grades K-3 – The Hispanic Heritage Month art contest is open to all Florida students in grades K-3, and two winners will be selected. Please visit floridahispanicheritage.com to download complete guidelines and entry forms.
 
Essay Contest for Grades 4-12 – The Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest is open to all Florida students in grades 4 through 12. One winner from each school level will be selected – elementary, middle, and high school. Winners will receive a four-year Florida College Plan scholarship provided by the Florida Prepaid College Foundation. Please visit floridahispanicheritage.com to download complete guidelines and entry forms.

The Governor and First Lady also requested nominations for the Hispanic Heritage Month Excellence in Education Award.

About the Excellence in Education Award
Governor Scott’s annual Hispanic Heritage Month Excellence in Education Award contest is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators in an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner will be selected from each school level – elementary, middle, and high school. Guidelines and entry forms can be found at floridahispanicheritage.com.

Contest Entries and Nominations
Student contest entries and educator nomination forms must be mailed to:

Volunteer Florida
Attention: Hispanic Heritage Month Committee
3800 Esplanade Way
Suite 180
Tallahasee, Fla. 32311

All entries must be received by Volunteer Florida no later than 5:00 p.m., EDT, Sept. 12, 2014.
(Contestants are responsible for all shipping costs). 

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