July 2, 2009
BISD Web LinkThe Communications Department produces the employee newsletter "e-nlightened" each week so that staff can keep in touch with what is going on across the district. E-mail your pictures and a brief description to Communications and we will include them as space permits. 
Administration Offices have Relocated for Two Weeks
Admin FrontDue to power and HVAC upgrades, BISD's administrative offices are temporarily relocating to various campuses in the district June 29 - July 10. Departments will be available by phone on their normal extension or by calling the main switchboard at 817.547.5700.
> Relocation Information


Business Professionals of America
FudgeBirdville and Richland high schools' Business Professionals of America students recently competed in the National Leadership Conference (NLC). Winners are:  Jacob Pebworth, third place, Cisco Systems Administration; Ricky White, ninth place, Cisco Systems Administration; Dario Scalco, 11th place, Database Applications; and LanAnh Tran, 12th place, Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications and Analysis. Dario Scalco won the National Merit Scholar and was awarded the Ambassador Torch Award. Dario Scalco also served as the Area 1Fudge Region 1 president at the conference and an intern in the NLC Internship Program.

Upcoming Events

Monday, August 17
Ribbon Cutting Events
Birville Center of Technology & Advanced Learning
 August 18, 6 p.m.
Haltom High 
August 20, 6 p.m.
Richland High
August 23, 2:30 p.m. 

 District Summer Hours
June 1- August 7

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BISD is expanding communications to the community through an online electronic newsletter. "B-News" provides subscribers important weather related closings and delays as well as late breaking news.  In addition, the newsletter contains public meeting notices and links to school calendars, online meal payments, athletic schedules, etc. To subscribe, go to www.birdville.k12.tx.us and join the "B-News" mailing list.


Automotive Technology Team Excels
BISD's automotive technology team recently won fourth place in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills National Finals. Representing BISD were Juan Correa and Andrew McConnell. The top 15 teams in the competition receive a Ford Edge, Taurus or Fusion for training purposes in their automotive technology departments. BISD's automotive technology teacher is Olin Harrington. 

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Birdville ISD

Beliefs  ...
  • Every student is uniquely capable and deserves to learn each day.
  • Meaningful work engages students in profound learning.
  • Personal commitment to quality from everyone in the learning organization creates student and staff success.
  • Trusting relationships in a safe and caring environment are vital to an innovative learning organization.
  • Student success requires community support and engagement.
  • Quality public schools build and preserve a healthy democratic society. 
Vision ...
      All students succeed in a future they create.

Mission ...
      We engage and encourage students and staff every day through meaningful  work in a safe and caring environment.
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