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Back To School Registration:
Back to school forms can be completed online, thanks to our new online registration system, InfoSnap. This year, parents are asked to complete student first day forms online.
The InfoSnap system is a secure and green process, which allows the district to verify all student demographic, emergency and medical information for students at the start of the new school year. The system will also allow parents to electronically sign the annual permission forms for district policies. This online process replaces all the hard copy forms that students bring home on the first day of school.
BCPS distributed letters with instructions on how to access the system during "Back to School Business Days"/schedule pick-up. The letter contains a link and instructions as well as a secure “snapcode” that links directly to their children’s information. Parents of returning students can use their existing account or can create a new secure account that they will use each year for student first day forms. To make the process easier for families with multiple students, parents will have the ability to copy all generic family information to all other students in their family without having to re-enter that information.
Ready to register? Go here- Student Registration
Again, Welcome Back....looking forward to seeing you in the morning!!
Listed below is Back To School information for Secondary schools. Please contact your child's school with questions.
Botetourt County Public Schools will no longer be using SchoolStream for our online applications after July 15, 2016. We recommend that you retrieve, save and/or print off any information or documents which you have previously uploaded to your account. After our service with SchoolStream is discontinued, you will no longer have access to this information.
The new program we will be using is called TalentEd and you will need to create a new account once it is up and running. We appreciate your patience as we make this transition. We feel confident you will find this new service to be extremely user friendly. If our office can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Lord Botetourt High School-
May 23rd at 7pm, Salem Civic Center
James River High School-
May 24th at 7:30, James River High School
For more information, please contact school.
The BTEC FFA chapter is holding the annual plant sale onfrom and from . The greenhouse will be open during those hours for visitors to stop by and browse the plants. The greenhouse is in the back parking lot of the BTEC campus.
WHERE: St. Marks United Methodist
A youth led community discussion for rising 9th through 12th grade students and their families about the dangers facing youth both online and in social situations.WHEN: April 28th @ 5:30-7:30
Click here for more information.
On March 15, Botetourt County school librarians attended the Roanoke Region Spring Conference for School Librarians in Roanoke.
Kendel Lively, librarian at Lord Botetourt High School, was recognized for her leadership and vision as the Roanoke Region School Librarian of the Year. She was nominated by her principal, Andy Dewease. Dewease even made a surprise visit to present her award. He shared how he and Lively had worked together as teachers in the social studies department for many years. Then in 2010, they both were given new opportunities in education — he as an administer at Lord Botetourt and she as its new school librarian.
Lively serves on the school leadership team and provides teacher in-services on technology on a regular basis. She created a reading club, Cavs Read, for which students read and discuss books, have author visits or Skype with authors and go out to the elementary schools and read to students on special occasions. She collaborated with Lord Botetourt football coach Jamie Harless and created a program this year called LB Football Reading Buddies.
She is actively involved with the Virginia Association of School Librarians, for which she served on the planning committee for the state conference this past November. In 2014-15, she was a co-director of the Roanoke Regional Conference.
As winner of this award, VAASL will pay for her Fall State Conference registration and banquet fees. The state winner will be announced at the Fall Awards Celebration and receive an engraved crystal award, basic conference registration and $500 for professional development.
Good luck Mrs. Lively!
Please see attached for more information.