The Buzz Vol. 3, Issue 12 Feb. 14, 2007
March Lunch System Open
The Official Newsletter of Beehive Science and Technology Academy
High school students (from left) Breana Kelsch, Andrew Tetzle, Josh Larson, Davis Bunting, Kayla Moulder and Jake Burleigh had lunch with the principal Friday, Feb. 1, to thank them for their hard work in serving the community with the Peer Leadership Team class last semester.
Reminders: • Call in or send a note to excuse your student’s absences. The school needs to be notified within two days. • If you are moving or have recently changed phone numbers, please let the office know. • Check with the office to make sure your volunteer hours have been recorded correctly.
Beehive Academy 3098 S Highland Dr, Ste 100 Salt Lake City, UT 84106 (801) 322-2782 www.beehiveacademy.org
One-Time Bus Pass Replacement Offered
Rewarding Hard Work
You can now place lunch orders for March 3 through April 4. The system will close at 11:59 p.m. Feb. 26. Payments are due Feb. 29. This month, the system will not be reopened after the close date, nor will any late payments be accepted. No exceptions!
There are may ways to fulfill volunteer hours before the end of the year. Participate: The Drama Club needs help with the set and costumes. Donate: The art class needs art paper. Attend: The next PTO meeting is Feb. 19, at 7 p.m.
A small school with big ideas
100 Students Participated in MathMatters Competition Sixth graders from all over Utah gathered Saturday, Feb. 9, to compete for the top spot in the third annual MathMatters Competition at Beehive Academy. Noah Nelson, a student from Hawthorn Academy in Salt Lake City, took home a PC laptop for winning first place. Clark Walthers, a home-schooled student from Morgan, took second place, with Caleb South, a student from Cherry Hill Elementary in Orem, rounding out the top three. The administration wishes to thank the many BSTA parents and students who came to help with the event. They worked the registration table, answered questions about BSTA and gave presentations on the different clubs and activities. Congratulations to the winners!
Sixth grade students from across the state anticipate the MathMatters test. Students were given half an hour to answer 15 problems of varying difficulty.
We are offering a one-time bus pass replacement to students until March 3. Any student who has lost their bus pass can get it replaced, no questions asked, for a $50 fee. These bus passes are given to students at a discounted rate, and if students do not have a bus pass, they either need a monthly pass or one-ride pass. The UTA buss pass allows students unlimited rides the bus and TRAX. The pass is good through Sept. 1. Students also need a valid student ID card to use the bus pass. Every student received an ID at the beginning of the year, but if they have lost that card, they can receive a replacement for $5. A new bus pass can be purchased in the office. Students must sign for the bus pass, and no bus passes will be given without payment. Checks made out to Beehive Academy or cash are accepted.
Coming Events Valentine's Day
PTO Meeting, 7 p.m.
EARLY RELEASE, Grading Day
DWA Tests, 9th Grade, 8:15 a.m.
LATE START DAY, 7th, 8th & 10th
Lunch System Closes, 11:59 p.m.
Lunch Payments Due, 4 p.m.
Open House, 6 p.m.
BSTA Science Fair, 10 a.m.
Parent/Teacher Conference, A-N
Parent/Teacher Conference, O-Z
Re-enrollment Forms Due
Play Performance, 3 p.m.