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  • High School Block Scheduling Presentation

    Presentation from March 4th School Board Meeting

     

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    COLUMBUS VIRTUAL PATHWAY

     

    The Columbus Virtual Pathway is an online educational offering for students in grades 7 through 12 in Bartholomew and surrounding counties.  The Columbus Virtual Pathway will utilize the Pearson Connexus Online and Blended Learning platform to offer online courses developed by Pearson and taught by Indiana state-certified teachers.

     

    Students attending the Columbus Virtual Pathway will be enrolled at a BCSC school and be assigned an instructional advisor.  These students will receive a BCSC diploma upon graduation and will be able to participate in BCSC programs and extra-curricular activities at the schools where they are enrolled.

     

    For more information, please contact:

    Angie Wieneke

    virtualpath@bcsc.k12.in.us 

    812-376-4388

     

    To apply:  Columbus Virtual Pathway Application

     

     

     

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  •   Governor's Work Ethic Certificate Logo

    Governor's Work Ethic Certificate


    Students
    - The state recognized Governor's Work Ethic Certificate allows students the opportunity to demonstrate work ethic skills and earn incentives through the certification.

    Find out more about the requirements and the incentives at www.bcgweclearn.com

    Community Partnership - The Governor's Work Ethic Certificate is designed to assist Indiana communities in closing the work ethic skills gap.

    Find out more about the requirements to earn the certification and the benefits for businesses and the community at www.bcgwecgrow.com

     

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  • Columbus Signature Academy
    Middle
    School & New Tech High School Applications
     
    The application window for the 2019-2020 school year will open December 1st, 2019!
     
     

    Application Link will be posted here. 

    Starting its eleventh year in 2018, Columbus Signature Academy is the first K-12 Project-Based Learning magnet school in the nation.  Students at CSA work collaboratively using technology to solve authentic problems and create real-world projects.  CSA students and staff focus on developing the 21st Century skills (http://www.p21.org/) that are crucial for student success.

    If you have questions, please feel free to contact the following school administrators:

    *CSA Central Middle School - Jay Payne     paynej@bcsc.k12.in.us
    *CSA New Tech High School- Mike Reed    reedm@bcsc.k12.in.us
     
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Elementary

  • Welcome to BCSC

     

    We hope all students enjoy their summer break from school. Remember that learning never stops for our students. There are lots of engaging activities in our community based around reading, STEM, and the arts.  We encourage all students over the summer to read books for enjoyment, practice basic math skills, and use the great outdoors as a science lab.

    We are looking forward to seeing everyone back in the fall!

     

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    Elementary Enrollment 2019 (during the summer)

    If you wish to enroll your child in elementary school during the time the schools are closed for summer break, please see the following procedure for enrollment instructions:

     

    1)  Print an enrollment packet (available below).  

    2)  You must complete every form within the enrollment packet before returning.

    3)  If you are unable to print the packet, you may obtain one at the BCSC Administration building (1200 Central Ave), Monday-Thursdays, from 9:00am-2:00pm.

    4)  Your application materials will not be accepted until all forms are complete and requirements met.  In addition to the completed forms, you will need to bring with you:

    • Child's Birth Certificate
    • Child's Immunization or Shot records
    • Proof of residency.  This may be a utility bill (gas, water, electric) or a lease agreement.  Cell phone bills ARE NOT accepted.  The address on the proof of residency must match the address you are registering with the child.
    • If you are a guardian of a child, please bring your court documentation with you proving guardianship.

    5)  If you have questions about which school your child should attend, please click on the Parents tab and Transportation (on this website) for further instructions.

    6)  If you need further assistance, or to submit your packet for processing, appointments on a first come-first serve basis are available Tuesday-Thursday, from 9:00am-2:00pm, at the BCSC Administration building.

    7)  Forms are provided in both English and Spanish for your convenience.

     

    For Questions not answered here, please call 812-376-4234.

     

    Enrollment Forms

     

     

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    Elementary Open House Dates

    Monday, August 5

    Busy Bees Pre-K--5:00pm- Early Childhood Parent Meeting; 5:30-6:30pm-Classroom Visits

    Clifty Creek--5:00- Grades K-2 presentation; 6:00- Grades 3-6 presentation; 5:00-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    Mt. Healthy--5:30-6:00pm- New families; 6:00-7:00pm-All families Welcome

    L.C.. Schmitt--5:00-5:30pm- New families;  5:30-6:30pm-All families Welcome

    L.F. Smith--4:30-5:00pm- New families; 5:00-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    Southside--5:00-5:30pm- New families;  5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    Taylorsville--5:00-5:30pm- New families Orientation;  5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

     

    Tuesday, August 6

    CSA Lincoln--5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    CSA Fodrea--5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    Parkside--5:00-5:30pm- New families;  5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    W.D. Richards--5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

    Rockcreek--5:30-6:30pm- All families Welcome

     

     

    School Begins for all BCSC students Wednesday, August 7

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    2019-2020 School Supply List
     
    Click the link below for a copy of the 2019-2020 BCSC School Supply List.  Please check with your individual school and teacher for any revisions or additional materials you may need.
     

    2019-20 School Supply List

     

     

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  • Pathways for Children Birth to Five

     
    For information on all our Early Childhood programs, see our brochure HERE.
     

    Bright Beginnings – Quality child care for children six weeks to four year olds

    Early Childhood Integrated Program – Program for 3 year olds based at the Johnson Learning Center

    BCSC Pre-K – Pre-Kindergarten Program based at Johnson Education Center, CSA Fodrea, Parkside ES, Southside ES and Taylorsville ES

    Pre-K Title 1 – Pre-Kindergarten Program based at all elementary schools, but CSA Lincoln and Fodrea.

    i-CARE – Before and after school program for Bright Beginnings and Pre-Kindergarten Programs

    Family School Partners – A free home visitation program created to help parents of preschool children, ages 1-5 years, develop skills as their child's first and most important teacher.

     

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