November 05, 2010 

The communications department publishes the employee newsletter "e-nlightened" each week so 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.

In this issue...

C.O.R.E. Values


BHS Volleyball Advances


BHS & Susan G Koman


Community Garden Center


Building Success


Crazy Hair Day


W.T. Francisco and United Way


Sock Drive

Upcoming Events
Daylight Saving Time Ends
Nov. 7

Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov. 24 - 26

Quick Links...



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bhsBHS Volleyball Team Advance in Playoffs

Updated BHS LogoBirdville High School's volleyball team will play Waco Midway in the Area Round of the UIL Playoffs at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 5 at Waxahachie High School. Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for students.


aSeveral leadership organizations at Birdville High School recently raised money for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. They presented a check to Ruby Sellers, Komen Greater Fort Worth Affiliate, for $4,675.33.


bCommunity Garden Center

Skills USA students from the Birdville Center of Technology and Advanced Learning (BCTAL) have partnered with the City of North Richland Hills to help build a community garden center next to Davis Memorial United Methodist Church. The church is at 5301 Davis Blvd. in North Richland Hills. Construction Technology students from the BCTAL will build the community tool shed and Home Depot employees will build the planter boxes. This will take place Saturday, Nov. 6. For information, contact Construction Technology Teacher Mike Benton at 817.547.3800.


cUnited Way Crazy Hair Day

Foster Village Elementary had crazy hair day to collect money for United Way. "Foster Village, Crazy for United Way!"

wtfranciscoW.T. Francisco Gave 382 Pounds for United Way

Students at Francisco Elementary contributed 382 pounds of coins to the United Way.  Once counted, the total given was more than $1,000 raised for the United Way.


fBISD School Food Service Association Participates in Sock Drive

Birdville ISD's School Food Service Association had a sock drive in October and received 484 pairs of socks and five packages of underwear to donate to the Birdville Council of PTAs Clothes Connection.