Our Lower Elementary classrooms teamed up and wrote research papers on a specific Olympic event. The events included: bobsledding, curling, ice hockey, figure skating, snowboarding, and skiing. Students created visuals to present along with their report. Parents and guardians were encouraged to come and take a walk through their "Olympic museums" and see all of the talent that was being possessed. 

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Friday electives/projects are designed for students to become involved and learn to run their own business, make break and fix things, and show their true talents. Students were able to choose from a list of electives that they were interested in and will have a culminating event to celebrate their skills. The following classrooms are taking part in such activties:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Mrs. Feehery - Bike Shop, Forensics

       Ms. Barnett - Signing and Art

    Ms. Sharrow - Lumberjack Cafe and Student Store

Mrs. Messbarger and Mrs. Williams - Musical

Mr. Beattie - Chess, Bay City Historical Walking Tour

                Ms. Rodriguez - Student Voice, Student Newspaper: March_7_Newspaper.pdf

Ms. Dornbos - Bike Shop

Mrs. Rice - Movement, Dance, Yoga

Mrs. Ebenhoeh - Yearbook

 

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Our BCA lumberjacks were full of school spirit last week (February 10th - 14th). 

 

Monday: Super Hero Day

Tuesday: Professional Sports Team Day

Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday, Mis-Match, Crazy Hair Day

Thursday: Decades Day

Friday: Pajama Day

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One of our very own 2nd graders here at Bay City Academy, Isaac Hales stood before a large crowd at the Tri-City Area Mensa Club and delivered a phenominal presentation on Outer Space. His poster of the solar system contained detailed facts about each planet. He discussed more than just planets though; he talked about terrestrial planets and then lead into gas giants. Isaac is the second youngest member of the Tri-City Area Mensa Club which is specifically for people with high IQs with the youngest being his brother, Eli Hales, one of our Kindergarteners here at BCA. While giving his speech, Isaac had a request: a crayon to add the Andromeda Galaxy to the poster. We are so proud of Isaac and his great accomplishments and are glad to say what school you belong to.

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Mrs. Bertapelle submitted and won a book grant through the Meemic Foundation. The Award Ceremony took place on January 23rd. Mr. Thomson, from the Thomson Agency, a Meemic affiliate, presented the check to Mrs. Bertapelle at the Farragut School. Mrs. Bertapelle's students and Mrs. Plant's students, Mrs. Thill, Mrs. Ginac and Ms. Short were in attendance. The grant money of $500, will be used to purchase math textbooks for our students. Thank you to Meemic for offering this valuable award!

 

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Bay City Academy is excited to announce this years cheerleading program. This team will include 1st-9th grade BCA girls and boys. Our cheerleaders will receive excellent instruction from former cheerleaders and coaches who are passionate about BCA students and their success. Practices will run for one hour Tuesday and Thursday at the Farragut Campus. The squads will perform cheers, chants, and a full routine for your viewing pleasure.

 

The team will put on a special performance at the end of the season and take with them priceless memories of time shared together supporting each other and spreading BCA school spirit. Our cheerleaders will perform at our Friday basketball games, helping to get the community excited about Bay City Academy Athletics.

 

The cost of joining the cheerleading team will be $25.00 per student. Please include payment and the student’s t-shirt size when returning this form. Checks should be made out to Smart Schools Management Company.

 


Below is a link that will direct you to the printable sign up sheet

Cheerleading_Sign-up_Sheet_2014.pdf

 

 

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Bay City Academy would like to welcome all 1st-9th grade students to join the BCA Lumberjack Basketball Team. The focus of this season will be sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, and fundamental basketball skills.  

 

All basketball practice sessions, outside of game play, will be conducted in a circuit scenario. At separate hoops, coaches will teach a unique skill and incorporate a small amount of verbal instruction, demonstration, and skill practice. The remainder of the session will involve a group activity that involves all of the athletes.    

 

Each Friday student athletes from grades 4-9 will play games to display their skills learned throughout the week. Scrimmages may be scheduled to improve the overall basketball experience and add to the excitement of building the Lumberjack basketball program.

 

The cost of attending the eight skills sessions and four games days will be $25.00 per student. Grades 1-3 will have a reduced cost of $20.00 due to no Friday Game Play. Please include the student’s t-shirt size and payment when returning this form. Checks should be made out to Smart Schools Management Company.

 


Below is a link for a printable sign-up sheet to fill out and return back to school. 

Basketball_Sign-up_2014.pdf

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