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The Thursday, April 24, Board of Education meeting has been moved to the Oakville High School Library. The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
 
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Family Drumming Night
How many times do we tell kids to make more noise? Lots of fun at Beasley, as Jeff Mozingo held a family drumming night. Students and their parents got a chance to sample some new instruments and enjoy exploring their musical inner selves! Click here to view video. Click here to view slideshow. 
Trivia Night & Raffle
Gather your friends and family for a night of fun
at the Beasley Elementary Trivia Night
Friday, Feb. 21, 2014
Trivia begins at 7 p.m.
Royale Orleans
All proceeds benefit Beasley PTO


Click HERE for more information and to reserve your spot. 

Click HERE to learn more about the Trivia Night Raffle...would your child like to be principal for a day, have a front row seat to the spring concert and more. 



Beasley Celebrates National Character Award
Mrs. Deane hosted a special school assembly on Thursday, January 16th, to unveil the new banner that names Beasley Elementary as a National School of Character. It's an amazing honor and all of the Beasley Jaguars should be proud.

Click here to view video of students talking about their character at Beasley. The assembly also included--

The Beasley Integrity Game Show. Click here to watch the video.

The Beasley National School Of Character banner unveiling. Click here to watch the video.

A Beasley Dance Party to celebrate collecting more than 750 cans of food for a local food shelf. Click here to watch the video.
Students Parade Past JB Veterans
Students and staff held a parade in front of several buildings on the campus of Jefferson Barracks Hospital facilities on Wednesday, Nov. 13, in honor of Veteran's Day. Students carried American flags, wore patriotic hats and displayed their many handmade red, white and blue items. Click here to read more. Click here to view slideshow.
JB Parade Video
 To see a video about the parade in front of Jefferson Barracks facilities, click here.
5th Graders Tour JB National Cemetery

Students from Beasley Elementary pass by their neighbor, Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, every day. In honor of Veterans Day they toured the facility and learned about its significance. Click here to read more. Click here to view slideshow.
To watch a video about the tour, click here. 
Winter Reading Club
St. Louis County Library is pleased to offer our popular Winter Reading Club again this year to all ages.  Winter Reading Club runs from November 1-January 31st.  
 
This year teachers will be able to sign up and participate as a class. Just contact your local Youth Specialist at your branch to get a Group Log Sheet and for more information to get started.   

If participating as a class does not work for you, please encourage your students to participate individually.

For individuals, joining is easy! 
  1. Go to your local library branch starting November 1st and pick up your log sheet. 
  2. Kids (ages 0-11) color in a circle for every 15 minutes you read. Teens/adults (ages 12 and up) log titles of books you read.  
  3. Bring the completed log sheet back to your branch to be entered into a drawing for fabulous prizes. 
Kids' raffle prizes include sleds, $20 movie theater gift cards, and family memberships to the Magic House.  Teen/adult raffle prizes include Kindle Fires, $25 movie theater gift cards, and $50 Amazon gift cards.   

We encourage you to pass this information along to other educators in your school who may wish to participate.  If you have any questions, please contact your local branch at 314-994-3300.  Thank you in advance for your support and your continued commitment to the importance of reading.  

Beasley Named National School of Character
Beasley Elementary has been selected as a National School of Character by the Character Education Partnership (CEP) in Washington, DC. Only 29 schools and districts in the United States were given the award this year! Beasley is one of five Mehlville School District schools to be named National Schools of Character. The other four are Bierbaum Elementary, Hagemann Elementary, Trautwein Elementary and Mehlville High School.

"Each of these schools has a uniquely inspirational story of success in education, said National School of Character Director Lara Maupin. "Schools of Character are places that foster more than just academic growth--these are nurturing educational communities that support parents in their most important job--raising kids."

Beasley will hold the honor as a National School of Character for five years. Congratulations to all our students, teachers and staff!

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