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Bear Creek Elementary School has a nationally accredited preschool. 

District Announcements
Antique and Decor Show this weekend
Following is a link to information and admission coupon for the Antiques and Home Décor show at Lewis-Palmer High School this weekend, April 26-27. It's sponsored by the Tri-Lakes Women's Club, as a fund raiser for financial grants made primarily to our teachers and students. Here's the link to the flyer and coupon.
School Announcements
BCES Scholastic One Day Book Fair

BCES Scholastic Book Fair!!  One Day Only!!

ONE DAY ONLY BOGO BOOK FAIR on April 24th 9:00am-3:50pm and during
BCES County Fair Math Night from 5:30 – 7:00pm.
Students, don't forget your money!!

BCES Math Night
BCES County Fair Math Night is coming up on April 24 from 6:00-7:00pm.
It will be a county fair theme, the Chick Fil A cow is coming, we will have popcorn, lemonade & sweet tea! Fliers went home in Thursday folders last week for families.Click here for the flyer.

LPSD Nutritional Services Information

April 30, 2014 is the last day that students are allowed to charge meals to their lunch account. Starting May 1, 2014, student must have money in their lunch account.  Please review your child’s lunch balance on Infinite Campus or online at www.schoolpaymentsolutions.com.  A financial charge is only assessed if you use schoolpaymentsolutions.com to put money into your child’s account.  To avoid a fee charge, pay by cash, check, or money order, made out to LPHLP.  If students have a negative balance after April 30, they will be served a cheese sandwich, fruit, and milk, and their account will be assessed their normal meal charge.  Student balances will be carried over to next school year, so requests for refunds are not necessary.  Please call your Susan Harvey, 757-1455, BCES Kitchen Manager, if you have any questions or concerns.  Nutritional Services would like to thank you for your continual support throughout the school year.

BCES St. Baldrick's Event
St. Baldrick's Head Shave Event in Honor of Benny
Date: May 9th 5:00-7:30pm
Where: Bear Creek Elementary
Where to sign up:

We will have a Silent Auction (cash & check donations only) & Kids Area

vickikipp@hotmail.com or 488-0932

Sign up by April 18th and receive a free t-shirt at the event.

1. Does someone have to Shave to Participate - No! You can choose to join the event as a "shavee" or as a "volunteer". A Volunteer will receive the same pledge page to collect donations as the shavee, without the commitment to shave.
2. If I shave do I have to go Bald. No! You choose. Have fun with your barber & do what you want - Bald, shave with a longer guard or simply cut off long hair to donate and go short hair, it is all up to you. Create a funky styles before shaving. (i.e. Mohawk) Our only goal is to show support for Benny & help raise money for cancer research. There are still many childhood cancers that doctors don't know the treatment needed for a cure.
3. Join Teams. Have fun, be creative and create competition. Classes against classes, Grades against Grades, Boys vs. Girls. Teachers vs. students.
4. T-shirts. All participants who raise pledges with receive a free T-shirt (volunteer or shavee). The is no minimum pledge amount required. Our deadline to order shirts for the event is April 18th so encourage your students to register before then. If they register after the 18th they will still get a shirt, but it will be after the event.
5. How Do I Donate my Hair. We will organize hair donations please contact Bridget @
6. Silent Auction & Kids Area. We will have a Silent Auction & Kids area at the event. The Silent Auction will be cash & check donations only. The kids area will have fun activities for the kids to keep busy.

LPMS Summer Transition Classes

Lewis Palmer Middle School Summer Transition Classes for incoming 7th Graders!!
Informational Flyer
Registration Form

BCES Girls On The Run

Come be a part of the fun!
Join us at Girls on the Run!

So… What is Girls on the Run?
Stretch yourself – physically, mentally, socially and emotionally. Girls in grade 3-6 will be inspired to a lifetime of self-respect and a healthy lifestyle through an innovative program that combines training for a 3.1 mile run/walk race with a fun, health education lesson plan. This program pro...motes individual achievement and self –confidence. Girls gain self-esteem and learn healthy lifestyle habits while training for a 5K run/walk race.

Girls on the Run is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls stay out of the “Girl Box” – a place where girls are valued more for their outward appearance than their character inside. We are working to reduce at-risk behaviors such as substance abuse, eating disorders, teen pregnancy, and poor nutrition.

What if I don’t like to run?
We use the term “running” loosely – girls can run, hop, skip, speed walk or dance towards their goals. The lessons promote self-challenge instead of competition; self-worth instead of societal worth; and cooperation instead of rivalry.

Our goals for each girl are to:
Understand her place in the community.
Have strong sense of identity.
Learn how to give and receive support in a group.
Learn to stand up for herself in a healthy manner.
Have an improved body image.
Complete a 5K run/walk event in the community.

Program starts the week of March 3rd. Registration opens in February. We will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:15-5:15pm.

You can contact Nicole Greenberg for further questions: jgreenberg@lewispalmer.org  719-7571404

Go to
www.girlsontherunrockies.org and www.girlsontherun.org to learn more about this program.

BCES Honor Roll
BCES Honor Roll
Bear Creek Honor Roll is proud to announce that we are creating an academic Honor Roll program, which will recognize students in grades 4-6 who earn all A's or all A's & B's each trimester. The program will officially begin the second trimester of this year!
Informational Flyer

Coke Rewards


Help us make great things happen for our school!

Our school has joined the My Coke Rewards for Schools program. You can find coke rewards points on all Coca-Cola products your family already enjoys and donate the points to BCES.

Your donations will go towards rewards like sports equipment, art supplies, and educational resources that help our students learn, play, and have fun.

It's easy to donate:

  • Purchase your favorite Coca-Cola products to get codes
  • Go to mycokerewards.com (register if you aren't a member)
  • Enter codes to collect points - choose "Donate to Your School" from the six ways to spend points
  • Find our school by Zip Code, enter the amount of points you'd like to give and click "Donate"
  • Or simply save the codes and turn them in to the collection bin at school

**See flyer for more information!

BCES School Store Open for Business
BCES Student Store
The student store is open on Tuesdays at BCES.  Students can shop during recess time before going outside.  The store will be open every Tuesday from 11:00am – 1:15pm.  We are fortunate to have the help from our K-Kids to work at the store.  All items at the store cost between 25¢ - $2.00. 
Thank you for your support.

BCES Drop Off/Pick Up Map

BCES School Supply List
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