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Beebe Christian School provides a learning experience in small multi-grade classes: Pre-K class, Grades K-4, Grades 5-8. Our classes are suitable for providing each student with instruction and materials according to his/her level in a small, flexible, family-like environment. We respect individual differences and learning styles and help each student reach the potential God gave him/her.
Teaching assistants help in the lower grade classroom, and a reading specialist is available once a week for students who need additional help in reading, writing, and spelling.
Keiko Nagasawa Breese (Grades K-4)
Dennis Breese (Grades 5 – 8)
Ketty Tejada (Pre-K, Spanish, & ESL)
Beebe Christian School Pre-K Program
The Pre-K program will provide students who start kindergarten in August 2014, with the skills and preparation needed for admission to the kindergarten program.
The program is a half-day, three times a week. The curriculum includes Bible/worship, basic literacy (recognition and writing of the alphabet, letters and sounds, story time), math (numbers, shapes, and patterns, etc.), music, and art. They have morning recess and snack time. They also have lunch and lunch recess with students in grades K-8 on Mondays and Wednesdays.
We hope that you will join us in our pursuit of excellence in Christian education. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact school (482-4409).
Program Term: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 – Friday, May 21, 2015
School Day and Time: Mondays and Wednesdays (8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. including lunch time)
Students need to bring lunch or buy hot lunch at school on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Friday (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., no lunch)
Tuition: Registration Fee - $115
Monthly Tuition - $198 (three days a week)
Director: Keiko Nagasawa Breese
Teachers: Keiko Nagasawa Breese
Submit a completed application form
In order to be enrolled in our Pre-K program, a student must be at least four years old by September 30, 2014.
- Birth Certificate
All the students are required to present a copy of their birth certificate. A copy will be made and kept on file with student records.
- Immunization Records
Parents are required to provide a copy of their child’s current immunization records according to Colorado State Law at the time of registration.
- Enrollment Fee & Tuition
Satisfactory financial arrangements must be made, and the enrollment fee and first month’s tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Tuition is due on the first day of each month. A monthly statement with receipt will be sent on the 15th of the previous month. The full month’s tuition is due for any portion of the month attended.
- Completion of all necessary forms in the Application Packet (Financial Agreement, Consent to Treatment, etc.)
Pre-registration by Mail (deadline: Wednesday, June 15)
If you would like to pre-register your child, please fill out the application forms along with a check payable to Beebe Christian School and send them to Sam Peterson, School Treasurer. If you pay the registration fee by Wednesday, June 15, you will receive a 5% discount on the registration fee. Your letter must be posted by June 15. The first month tuition is due at the time of regular registration.
Regular registration will be held on Wednesday, July 29 (3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.) and Sunday, July 31 (1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.) at the school. Registration Packets are available at school. Before regular registration fill out all of the required registration forms, and bring them to school on registration day. We also need a copy of your child’s immunization record and a copy of his/her birth certificate for registration. If you have any questions about the forms, please ask me on that day.
The mission of Beebe Christian School is to introduce, develop, and enhance our students’ relationship with Jesus Christ and humanity. It is our purpose to provide a safe learning environment to empower students to become respectful and responsible individuals, to build on a strong foundation of essential learning skills, and to create a lifelong desire to learn.
True education is more than the completion of an academic curriculum. It is the harmonious development of the physical, mental, and spiritual powers of the individual student through Christ-centered instruction. It is the preparation for successful citizenship in this world and the world to come. It seeks to install the joy of unselfish service for others within the child.
Regular school attendance is one of the most important components of a child’s scholastic success. Absences are excused only for illness, medical appointments, or death in the immediate family. Parents should notify the school before school time of the child’s absence or tardies.
Each student is covered by an accident policy, which covers a portion of the medical bills incurred as a result of accidents at school. Insurance coverage begins 15 minutes before school starts and ends 15 minutes after school.
Students who have an accident while at school must report it immediately to their teacher. In case of serious illness or accident, the school will attempt to contact the parents or guardian. If this person cannot be reached, and if in the judgment of the teacher, immediate medical attention is needed, the teacher will summon or take the child to receive medial aid in accordance with the signed parental consent to treatment form on file at the school.
If the child is medically limited in any way, the parent must send a written note to the school. If it is a continuing condition, a note from his/her physician is needed.
Beebe Christian School staff are authorized to administer oral medication to students during school hours only after the parent and, in case of prescription medication, the physician, has given written and signed permission. It is our policy that such medication will be administered only when failure to receive the medication would prevent the student from attending school and/or feeling well enough to participate in learning activities. We define medication to mean all drugs, both prescription and over the counter.
Discipline, when needed, is designed not merely as punishment, but as a means of helping the student toward a more meaningful acceptance of Christian rules of conduct as outlined in the Bible and Church standards.
In order to maintain an optimum environment for learning, it is necessary to maintain orderly conduct at all times. Respect for authority is the foundation for good discipline. The students must understand that while they are at school or any of its functions, the faculty has the responsibility to supervise their behavior. Parents are asked to help the students understand this need for orderly conduct.
*Beebe Christian School is owned and operated by the Rocky Mountain Conference of Seventh-day Adventist. BCS is accredited by the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Office of Education.
School Supply List for Grades K-8
One box of crayons (grades K-4)
One box of colored pencils
One pack of colored markers
One pack of water-color paints
One pack of pencils (grades K-2) or two mechanical pencils and refills (grades 3-8)
One 12” ruler with metric measurements (simple, not fancy)
Three white erasers
Six glue sticks (grads K-4), three glue sticks (grades 5-8)
One pair of scissors
One pack of 3” x 5” index cards
Four bound theme notebooks (grades K-2): different colors preferred
Ten bound theme notebooks (grades 3-8): single subject so they may be turned in separately
Simple calculator (grades 2-8)
Three red pens (grades 1-8)
One highlighter pen for highlight text (grades 3-8)
Three Expo dry erase markers (black, fine point) (only grades K-4)
Three color Expo dry erase markers (regular size)
Two pocketed folders (grades K-4)
Bible (International Children’s Bible for grades 1-4, any Bible for grades 5-8)
Two school boxes
Four boxes of Kleenex tissues (regular size)
*Please put your child’s name on all the items.