If your student does not know his or her BISD email address and/or password or is having difficulty logging in with their email, please contact the student's homeroom teacher or email Ann Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daily Messages to Students:
If a parent/guardian needs to get a message to his/her child before the end of the school day, please call the office with the message before 3:00PM (unless it is an emergency). The offices get very busy at the end of the school day and we do not want to inadvertently miss getting an important message to a child.
Students Leaving Early for a Pep Rally:
If a parent/guardian is going to pick up his/her child early to attend a BHS pep rally, parents/guardians must have their ID, and on the student's pick up list. Please plan ahead for crowds, as it gets very busy retriving students from classrooms. We will not be accepting notes or phone calls at this time.
Afternoon Pick- Up Procedures
A-4th Grade- Homerooms for Bennett, Crosby, Grider, Land, Long, Templeton, and Tippit
B-4th Grade- Homerooms for Fell, Harding, Kemp, Maninger, E. Smith, and Welch
C- 5th Gr. Jaguars
D- 5th Gr. Owls & Wolves, 6th Gr. Team 6-2 & multigrade carpool
E-6th Gr. Teams 6-1 & 6-3
Heavy Rain Alternate Pick-Up procedure*:
1. All 4th grade will be picked up at the front of the school at 800 Rogan in the circle drive.
2. All 5th grade will be picked up in the cafeteria parking lot at Zone D.
3. Carpool pick-up lane remains the same in Zone D.
4. 6th grade pick up remains the same; Team 6-2 in Zone D and Teams 6-1 and 6-3 in Zone E.
*In case of heavy rains, the alternate pick-up procedure will be put into place. This only affects students who normally get picked up by parents/guardians. Those students who walk, ride the bus, or ride a bike are not effected. Parents/guardians will be notified via School Messenger (text and email) when the alternate pick-up procedure is being used.
Brownwood ISD Food Service will be serving Cheeseburgers as it’s first hot pick-up meal on Wednesday, April 8. There will be no meal service Friday, April 10, as it is the Good Friday holiday.
We understand that for various reasons (no computer, no internet, preference, etc.), printed instructional materials are necessary. We are committed to providing the support our families need during these difficult times. To simplify this process and support higher compliance with ‘stay at home’ principles, we are making updates.
During this time of COVID-19, school districts have had to close while still providing the critical services that are normally expected inside the building. School nutrition has had to adapt to the needs of the communities to continue to provide nutritious meals while traditional school is closed.
On March 31st, Governor Abbott closed all Texas schools through May 1. This closure will affect some of our planned Senior activities. We are still committed to give our Seniors a wonderful final experience at BHS.