BPS Summer Program Was a Hit With Students

BEATRICE – A summer school program in the Beatrice Public School District held during June surpassed three hundred students this year.

:14                  “a great time”

Assistant Superintendent Dr. Jackie Nielsen says the “Best Possible Summer” program drew 331 students in kindergarten through fifth grades, this year.   When it began in 2015, attendance totaled 194.  This year, an afternoon session was added to the regular morning session.

The offerings focus on application of reading, math, writing and science, while at the same time, featuring activities and trips that offer fun, while learning.  Students and their parents got a big price break if a student attended all of the sessions.

:14                  “free for them”

The district provided the students with breakfast, lunch and a snack.  Several businesses and organizations partner with the district to put on the class offerings, in conjunction with district teachers and volunteers.  Those partners include:

Beatrice Police and Fire

Community Players of Beatrice

Homestead National Monument of America

Beatrice Humane Society

Beatrice Public Library

Beatrice Educational Foundation

Gage County Extension

Gage County Four-H

Southeast Community College

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