On Monday, January 18, Bayshore students, parents, and staff participated in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Parade. This year’s theme “Dream Forward: Choose Peace, Equality, and Change” inspired the float design that represented our school.
The Bayshore Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind team participated in the regional competition on February 28. The team competed against seven other schools to solve the long term problem titled, Silent Movie. Bayshore’s team was honored with the coveted OMER Award, which was awarded because the team demonstrated a global view on their long…Details
On March 10th, Bayshore Elementary School’s Odyssey of the Mind team competed at Regionals in Palm Beach County. The team showed amazing team work and performed a skit that was “Out of this World.” According to the judges, “The team showed exceptional teamwork and focus when their prop/backdrop did not stand up the way it…Details
Bayshore Elementary students in the National Elementary Honor Society (N.E.H.S) participated in a school beautification project. For part of the N.E.H.S. community service project, students in fourth and fifth grade at Bayshore Elementary developed and implemented a plan to clean up their school. Students worked after school hours to clean up the entire campus of…Details
Students in Mrs. Glidden’s first grade class at Bayshore Elementary have been working hard to increase their i-Ready proficiency rates. Recently many students reached 100% proficiency in reading and math iReady lessons. They were given certificates and accolades by their peers for their hard work.
Bayshore Elementary School hosted a Superhero Literacy Night as part of Celebrate Literacy Week. Families started the night learning about their children’s upcoming curriculum. Afterwards, they participated in fun literacy stations that included superhero reading, bingo for books, word building, and creating soaring reading goals! Pictured, from left to right, are fifth grade student Vanessa Cruz, first grade student Jonathan…Details
Fifth grade Bayshore Elementary School student Grayson Waugh will participate in the upcoming People World Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C., June 17-22. Grayson is the only local student who will attend the conference designed to teach students about leadership and how iconic leaders throughout history have handled world events. Varioius hands-on activities, relevant professional speakers,…Details
Bayshore Elementary School was recently recognized by the National Kids at Hope Organization. The Bayshore Tech Team, under the direction of computer teacher Pamela Garrity, won the “We Connect” theme award in the Kids at Hope Day national contest. Students created a powerpoint demonstrating Universal Truth #2 that states that “Children succeed when they have meaningful…Details
Bayshore Elementary School participated in Dads Take Your Child to School Day on Wednesday, September 28. Dads, stepdads, grandfathers, uncles, and many other male role models were welcomed into the school’s media center. All of these important role models made a commitment to remain actively involved in their children’s education. They also learned about ways…Details
Bayshore Elementary third grade students have been learning to play the violin, xylophone and the recorder. Ariah Davenport (left) and Tayla Belony (right), play the violin during the third grade PTO performance.