January 25, 2019


A Message from EEF

Today the 5th graders were excited to celebrate over ice cream and silly string after gaining the highest level of participation during the EEF Fund Drive. Bridge Point is still hopeful that we will reach our EEF goal so please donate today.


Counselors' Corner


Over winter break we cleared out the lost and found and donated remaining items to an orphanage.  We will do the same over spring break and again at the end of the school year. We clear out the lost and found both to reduce clutter and make it easier for students to find their lost items.  When the lost and found gets really full it becomes more challenging to look for items. The lost and found is still thin, but it is beginning to fill up again! Please encourage your children to visit the lost and found while it is still light enough to sort through so they can claim their lost items.




Addie Edwards and Jennifer Cheatham

A Message from Nurse Boldrick


It's the time of year when illnesses are at their peak! We are seeing a lot of strep, some flu and a lot of fifth's disease. If you're not familiar with fifth's disease, it's a virus that might present with fever, stomach ache, headache or runny nose during the virulent phase. It finishes with the rash on their cheeks, which is why it's also called the "slapped cheek" virus. It's hard to diagnose until the rash is present, and the rash isn't present until the virus is no longer contagious. Please email me if your child has been diagnosed with flu, strep or fifth's as I am making note of any patterns in the school.


EISD fever policy: Student's that have a fever of 100 or more need to stay home. Student's can come back to school when they are 24 hours fever free without fever reducing medications.

Thank you for helping me keep your children well and safe!




Leslie Boldrick


Friday - January 25, 2019
All day
Tuesday - January 29, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday - January 30, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


So many of our friends and partners are finalists for the Westlake Chamber of Commerce Westies, including Westlake High School students in the Young Citizen of the Year category, WHS teachers Ed Snouffer and Jocelyn Wright Bixler and Forest Trail Elementary's Jane Lewis up for Educator of the Year, as well as #EanesSupt Dr. Tom Leonard for Citizen of the Year. Vote by 2/1 at www.westlakechamber.com

Wednesday, January 29 @ 6:00, HCMS Library
For 5th grade special education families.  Meet HCMS Special Education staff and hear about the progression from elementary to middle school.  We will cover frequently asked questions and have time for a Q&A session. 

Check out our catalog to learn about all the diverse academic and recreational classes we offer. Register at https://eanes.augusoft.net/


6401 Cedar Street, Austin, Texas 78746




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