March 8, 2019



Counselors' Corner


Last week we recognized our first group of fifth grade leadership students. These students completed three or more leadership jobs this year and earned a leadership pin in assembly to commemorate the work they have done. We are so proud of their leadership and their willingness to give up recess time to help support students and faculty around BPE. Today we celebrated three more student leaders and we look forward to recognizing many more students each week until the end of the year!


Lost and found will be cleared out over spring break! After the very chilly start to our week our lost and found collection is overflowing! Please remind your children to visit the lost and found to claim their items before spring break.




Addie Edwards and Jennifer Cheatham

9am - 10am in the Cafeteria. Complete online enrollment before attending. Online enrollment opens March 4 at 10am.  Click title for more info. 


Wednesday - March 13, 2019
All day
Thursday - March 14, 2019
All day
Friday - March 15, 2019
All day


By now you may be aware the school district is planning a slight adjustment to the attendance boundaries between Eanes and Bridge Point elementary schools. This is part of a long-range plan to relieve overcrowding at Eanes Elementary and balance enrollment at Bridge Point Elementary, which has space for more students. This boundary adjustment is also necessary to gradually lessen Eanes Elementary’s need for temporary classrooms on its campus within the next three to five years, while better utilizing Bridge Point’s existing capacity.

Student Information Verification (SIV) must be completed by March 15 for all Eanes ISD Students except current graduating seniors. The following are also now available: New Student Online Enrollment, Spanish Immersion Application and Returning Transfer Application. Click title for more info.

Eva Schloss is a Holocaust survivor, peace activist, international speaker, teacher, a humanitarian and also the step-sister of Anne Frank (posthumously.) Eva has an incredible story of survival, grit, loss and ultimate triumph of the human spirit against all odds. General Admission is Free.

Learn about the proposed $80 million bond election to be held on May 4, 2019.  The proposed bond requires no tax rate increase and includes projects under safety & security, student programs & support, energy efficiency & conservation, facilities as well as co-curricular and extra-curricular spaces.


6401 Cedar Street, Austin, Texas 78746



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