Thursday, April 12, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Bowling Green Elementary
Lewis and Clark Elementary
Inclement Weather Date – Tuesday, April 24, 2018
What to expect
• Register your child for kindergarten
• Meet and talk with school staff
• Your child will be screened at this time, so you only need to come to the school once.
What to bring
• Child’s original or certified birth certificate
• IEP, if applicable
• Legal Custody/Guardianship, Visitation, and/or Protective Orders, if applicable
• Foster Parent Verification, if applicable
• Photo ID and two documents for proof of residency
• Immunization record and completed physical form
Provide two documents from list A or one from List A and one from List B List A
• A deed or lease agreement to the residence
• Utility bill or new hookup/installation issued within the last 30 days (telephone, electric, cable, water, etc.)
• A letter from Rappahannock Electric or Dominion Power verifying the address List B
• A U.S. Internal Revenue Service tax reporting W-2 from the current year
• A payroll check stub issued by an employer within the last 30 days
• A piece of mail with new forwarding address indicated by the post office
Hampton, Virginia Convention Center was invaded by Beta members from across the state on February 13th and 14th. Caroline County Schools were well represented by students from Bowling Green Elementary, Lewis and Clark Elementary, and Madison Elementary. Life experiences abounded as the students networked with peers, defended their knowledge in academic battles, flaunted their artistic talent, showcased their STEM skills, exemplified leadership, and exercised their right to vote. Throughout the convention a state of on edge excitement could be felt running through the air. Competition in the Tower of Power was intense. Evelyn Payne recounted her experience when the whistle was blown at the one minute mark as the competition became even more exciting. A sense of keen competition continued as Kassidee Day flat out stated, “Quiz Bowl is scary.” It was an action packed couple of days.
Furthermore, students took this opportunity to reflect with a growth mindset. When asked what they learned about themselves by participating in the State Convention Day responded, “I am in Beta to do more than I am capable of.” Payne reported, “I like working better in a team. It is really nice to have the help, and really nice to make new friends.” William Casey summarized it best, “State Convention – it was thrilling, fun, very interesting, but sometimes nerve wracking. Overall, the trip was worth it though.”
The students listed below have the honor of representing Caroline County at the National Beta Convention in Savannah, Georgia.