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BISD Summer Feedings

BISD Families,

As this school year comes to a close and we break for summer, The Department of Child Nutrition would like to make you aware of summer meal feeding sites available to all children under the age of 18.

Curbside meal pickup will be available at no cost from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. each Monday and Wednesday beginning June 8 at the following sites:

Marshall Middle School

6455 Gladys Ave

Beaumont, TX 77706

Smith Middle School

4415 Concord Rd

Beaumont, TX 77703

Blanchette Elementary

2550 Sarah St

Beaumont, TX 77705

Children will receive breakfast and lunch for two days on Monday and three days on Wednesday, at each feeding. A parent may pick up on behalf of their child by presenting:

1. A valid 2019-20 student ID

2. A 2019-20 school year report card

3. A birth certificate that matches the ID of the guardian

4. Attendance record from Parent Self Serve

If none of these are met, a child must be present to receive a meal.

Click here for more information regarding the Summer Meal Program.

We hope to see you all soon at the summer feeding sites!

Thank you,

The Department of Child Nutrition

Familias de BISD,

A medida que este año escolar llega a su fin y comenzamos el verano, el Departamento de Nutrición Infantil quisiera informarle sobre los sitios donde se proporcionará comida durante el verano, disponible para todos los niños menores de 18 años.

La recolección de comida en la acera (curbside) estará disponible sin costo de 10 a.m. a 1 p.m. cada lunes y miércoles a partir del 8 de junio en los siguientes sitios:

Marshall Middle School
6455 Gladys Ave
Beaumont, TX 77706

Smith Middle School
4415 Concord Rd
Beaumont, TX 77703

Primaria Blanchette
2550 Sarah St
Beaumont, TX 77705

Los niños recibirán dos desayuno y almuerzo los lunes y tres los miércoles, en cada sitio. Un padre puede recoger en nombre de su hijo presentando:
1. Una identificación de estudiante válida 2019-20
2. Una boleta de calificaciones del año escolar 2019-20
3. Un certificado de nacimiento que coincida con la identificación del tutor
4. Registro de asistencia del autoservicio para padres de BISD (Parent Self Serve)
Si no cuenta con ninguno de estos requisitos, un niño debe estar presente para recibir una comida.

Haga clic aquí para obtener más información sobre el Programa de comidas de verano.

¡Esperamos verlos a todos pronto en los sitios de alimentación de verano!
Gracias,
El departamento de nutrición infantil

Scholarship Application Available

Beaumont Branch NAACP SCHOLARSHIP FORM/APPLICATION

Dear Applicant:

The Beaumont Branch of the NAACP is an organization that encourages young men and women

to achieve excellence through higher education. We support this focus by awarding three scholarships to graduating seniors who will be attending an UNCF College/University, Lamar University and the Lamar family (LIT Beaumont, Orange and Pt. Arthur) and exemplify

academic excellence, strong leadership, and community involvement.

The NAACP Beaumont Scholarship Program is available to students entering and maintaining full time status at an approved, accredited, post-secondary institution beginning in the fall of the current year. Applicants must meet ALL of the ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA and deadlines to qualify. Any scholarship award must be applied toward tuition, room, board and, books. Checks will be mailed from the Beaumont office and made payable to the certified institution. Individuals applying for a scholarship must forward one completed application packet to the address below. Application packets must be postmarked no later than April 10th, 2017. Facsimiles and incomplete packets will not be accepted. Award letters will be forwarded to recipients by May 8th, 2017. Mail your complete application packets to:

Beaumont Branch NAACP

ATTN: Scholarship Committee

3260 Washington Blvd.

Beaumont, Texas 77705

Phone: 409- 842-0294

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • High school student transitioning to higher education at UNCF College/University, Lamar University and the LIT family

  • Minimum grade point average of 2.5

  • Plans to attend school for entire academic year, beginning in the fall

  • Community service within past 12-months with certified documentation

  • Leadership involvement

IN PERSON INTERVIEW

Each finalist applicant will be scheduled for an in-person interview at the NAACP Office, 3260 Washington Beaumont, TX. Finalist applicants will be notified of the time and date of the interview.

Essay

***Applicants are required to submit a typed and double-space 600 minimum words essay on the following topic. Your essay must be forwarded along with your completed application.

Priorities reveals much about a person’s character, morality, and personality. Share your top three priorities and explain “why they are your top three.”

Official Academic Transcript

Applicants must request an official academic transcript from their high school. Transcripts must be included in the packets.