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FAQs for “Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program”

posted Nov 1, 2018, 8:58 AM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Nov 1, 2018, 8:59 AM ]

FAQs for “Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program” (MOCAP)

 

In accordance with SB 603:

Students who have been enrolled full time in a public or charter school for at least one semester immediately prior, may enroll part-time or full-time in the Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program. Enrollment must be approved by Bowling Green Public Schools. A student with a documented medical or psychological condition that prevented the student from attending school during the previous semester shall be exempt from the requirement that a student is enrolled full-time in and attended a public school for at least one semester in order to enroll in Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program courses.

 

What does the law say?

http://www.senate.mo.gov/18info/BTS_Web/Bill.aspx?SessionType=R&BillID=69472003

 

Is this Board policy?

BGR-1 adopted a new policy and related forms and procedures in October of 2018.  Below is a link to that policy:

https://tinyurl.com/yb42u5fo

 

Does this apply to K-12 students?

Yes, beginning Spring Semester 2019.

 

What is the process for a student/family to request this online learning opportunity?

Individuals will follow the same school registration practices (and timelines) as they would for face-to-face classes to access this opportunity:

·         Elementary students/parents coordinate with the principal and counseling staff

·         Secondary students/parents coordinate with the counselor following general registration process procedures.

 

What courses are offered?

                Contact DESE for a list of approved courses.


Will the district provide technology, supervision, or a space to access this online learning?

The District is not obligated to provide student computers, equipment or internet access except for eligible students with disability in compliance with federal and state law. Space access (i.e. a place at the school building for students to work on their MOCAP coursework) will follow current BGR-1 procedures.

 

Will exceptional learners such as ELL, 504, or IEP students be provided support?

Support will be provided through the vendor.

 

How will this effect MSHSAA eligibility?

MSHSAA eligibility must be approved by the district athletic director.

 

Could a request for online learning be denied?

Yes, denial is a possibility if the request is not in the best educational interest of the student. Below are some possible reasons for denial.

 

______Requested course is already available through BGR-1;

______Student has not been a full-time student in a public school for at least one full semester prior to the request;

______Course prerequisite courses have not been completed;

______ Course request does not align with BGR-1 graduation requirements

______Student is already currently carrying maximum academic load;

______Student has not demonstrated success in previous online courses (if applicable);

______Other:

 

If denied, is there an appeal process?

BGR-1 has adopted an appeal process in accordance with Board policy.  In the case of a denial of MOCAP request, individuals will receive written notification of denial and their path to appeal the decision.

 

For a link to the BGR-1 Administrative Procedure of Best Interest Determination, see the link below:

https://tinyurl.com/y8hu2otd

 

 

Contact the individual school office for access to forms

Ladycats Softball Viewing Party

posted Oct 24, 2018, 1:55 PM by Andrew Orf

We are showing live the Semi Finals Friday vs Blair Oak
Open to the public.
Game starts at 2pm, doors open at 1:15pm.
This event will be held in the BGHS Gym
We will have multiple Screens for viewing.
We have a home football game that night so we are putting this on for anyone that wants to be able to watch softball game and the football game. 
Or anyone who just wants to watch softball game and cant make it to Springfield.

Please come join us for this Historic event.

Employment Opportunity

posted Oct 22, 2018, 11:48 AM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Oct 22, 2018, 1:49 PM ]

The Bowling Green R-I School District is accepting applications for High School Guidance Administrative Assistant – ten and 1/2 month position with benefits.   Application deadline is October 31 or until position is filled.

Job Description:

The successful candidate will be the receptionist and aid in prioritizing and scheduling guidance needs.  The duties will include enrolling and transferring students and completing records in the SIS program.   They will maintain scholarship information on the district website, and help coordinate scholarship opportunities.  This position will help assist in gathering information in SIS and preparing documentation and reports.  They will understand and be able to assist in keeping permanent district records and produce requested transcripts.  The position will include other clerical duties as assigned.  They will work closely with the guidance office staff, the high school office staff, high school teachers, students and parents.

Applications available at the Superintendent’s Office, 700 West Adams, Bowling Green MO  63334, or by phone 573-324-5441.  (EOE)

Student Recognition

posted Oct 22, 2018, 5:55 AM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Oct 22, 2018, 5:55 AM ]

We would like to congratulate Chase Miller on being selected as PLTC's Student of the Month.  The Student of the Month committee selected Chase from a group of very deserving students.  Chase's instructors have said, "He is a leader in the classroom."  He helps the instructors work with the 1st year students.  Students like Chase, set examples for the rest of the Students at PLTC and BGHS and we are excited to see him honored in this way.  Congratulations Chase on being PLTC's STUDENT of THE MONTH!!!!

Get Your Ladycats Gear NOW!!!

posted Oct 15, 2018, 6:40 PM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Oct 15, 2018, 6:42 PM ]

The Team Store is NOW open Get your NEW Ladycats GEAR and BE READY FOR THE NEW SEASON!!!!

Job Opening HS Physical Science Teacher

posted Oct 13, 2018, 11:46 AM by Andrew Orf

Bowling Green High School is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Physical Science teacher for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year.  

Qualifications for this position include the following: Must hold or be eligible for certification in the area and successful completion of a background check. Extra duty and/or other coaching assignments are possible with these positions. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been hired.

Interested candidates should obtain an application by using the following website: https://bowlinggreen.cloud.talentedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx 

Please complete the application packet as instructed. For questions about this position, please contact Bowling Green High School Principal Scott Mullins at (573) 324-5341 or via e-mail at smullins@bgschools.k12.mo.us. 

The Bowling Green R-I School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer who fully and actively supports equal access for all people, regardless of Race, Color, Religion, Gender, Age, National Origin, Veteran Status, Disability, Genetic Information & Testing, Family & Medical Leave, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity or Expression. We prohibit Retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination

HomeComing Info

posted Sep 17, 2018, 9:16 AM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Sep 17, 2018, 9:16 AM ]

Spirit dress-up days -- 
Monster Mash Monday--costumes (no masks, only 50% of a student's face can be covered with paint, costume doesn't necessarily need to be a monster to count for spirit points)
Tuesday Tunesday--represent your favorite musical genres or artists
Red, white, and blue Wednesday--American flag (no Confederate flags)
Thursday--Tacky Xmas Sweaters
Friday--red and black apparel

After-school activities
Monday--window painting in the glass hallway after school until 6:00PM
Tuesday-- float-building from 5-8PM
Wednesday--Cornhole tournament on the football field from 7PM-? Bbq and snacks will be available for purchase
Thursday--- float-building from 5-8PM
Friday--school dismisses at 12:30 (parade & game details below)

Pep Assembly
Due to it being a shortened day on Friday with lunch at the end of the day, the pep assembly will follow the same format as last year:

9:30--dismiss football, band, color guard, and cheer to the band room / dismiss Stu-Co senior members & executive staff to the gym 

9:45--the band will lead their parade through the halls, dismissing class by class as they march by, ending in the gym

10:00--fight song: cheerleaders and band

10:05-11:00--pep rally, recognition of teams, & skits 

11:00--dismiss to B9 & shortened-day lunch schedule

Parade
2:30--Parade lineup will be at the high school. For all sponsors and groups participating, a map and lineup will be emailed to you no later than Wednesday. 

3:00--Parade begins!

Game & Coronation
7:00--Game starts vs. South Callaway
Halftime--coronation of homecoming royalty 

Homecoming Dance
after game until 11:30PM--students are invited to come-as-they-are--this is not a formal event

----- Announcement ----- -----PARENT ALERT-----

posted Aug 15, 2018, 7:35 AM by Andrew Orf   [ updated Aug 15, 2018, 7:38 AM ]

Dear Students and Parents:

Welcome to a brand new year in Bowling Green R-1 Schools! We are glad to have you as part of our school family and hope you are looking forward to the 2018-2019 academic year.

The beginning of a new school year, like the dawning of a new day, reminds us that the future holds infinite possibilities.

Our teachers are ready to welcome our students, and our school buildings are ready for the new school year, with improvements such as newly retiled floors and new carpeting, repainted classrooms and hallways, a newly paved road at Bowling Green Elementary, a refurbished track at the High School, new district LED sign, new security upgrades to our entrances and the Frankford library, and a new school bus that will be deployed for the first time tomorrow morning, among many others.  We are also very excited to have a School Resource Officer, Officer Mark Bair of the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, assigned to all four building locations for added security.

Our staff has been busy this summer with Math and English Language Arts Curriculum writing, Grade Level Team meetings, Math Pedagogy sessions, Student Behavior Intervention Support Team and Trauma Informed Practices trainings, Assessment Training, and a host of other topics.

We had a successful Meet the Teacher night at all four locations and a well-attended Pre-K orientation for our additional sections, and Meet the Bobcat at the stadium was filled with school spirit and great anticipation.

As the new school year begins, please remember that the most meaningful factor in experiencing student success is parental support.  This is achieved through partnering with the school offering concern, participation, and involvement in the life of the school. In order to help your child attain their goals, your involvement and partnership is crucial, whether it be through attending parent-teacher conferences, volunteering in your child’s school, or most importantly, reinforcing the importance of on-time school attendance, appropriate behavior and class participation, and completion of schoolwork.

As a reminder, you can find important announcements on our different schools’ Facebook pages, and our school and district web pages.  We encourage you to stay connected and we walk together into a new year. Every child needs a champion to support them, and I look forward to partnering with our families "Empowering our students for life's endless opportunities."

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Important reminders:

Pike-Lincoln Tech students need to come to school on Thursday at the normal 8:10 start time.  After the all-school assembly, they may check out with a parent note until 11:00.  Since Pike-Lincoln does not begin school until the 21st, those students don't need to be at school until 11:00 on Friday and Monday, 8/17 and 8/20.  

School Picture Days:

BGHS:  August 30

BGMS: August 29

Frankford:  August 27

BGE:  August 28


Matthew L. Frederickson, PhD

Superintendent

Bowling Green R-1 School District



----- Announcement ----- -----PARENT ALERT-----

posted Aug 7, 2018, 1:54 PM by George Beshears

Online Registration (O.R.) replaces the back to school paper forms for reviewing or updating family and student info.

O.R. must be completed using the parent portal on the website. Tyler SIS 360 mobile app is only for viewing. 

Computers are available in each of the school offices if you need a place to complete your O.R., please call first.

Please complete and submit by August 16, 2018. Remember, your username is your email address.

----- Announcement -----

posted Aug 3, 2018, 1:00 PM by George Beshears

School Supply List - 2018 -2019 For Frankford Elementary can be found on the BGR1 website under Resources -> Documents -> School Supplies Frankford Elementary.  https://goo.gl/rKVGoS

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