(Bastrop) – The Bastrop Independent School District Board of Trustees discussed the merits of a proposed $85 million bond in a special meeting held on Monday, February 13 and again Thursday, February 16. The Board took no action on calling an election for this May. Click the headline for full story.
On March 1, 2017 the application process for student transfers will open. Transfer information is available in the Parent Resources section of our website. Applications are due no later than March 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm. Contact Linda Olivarez at 512-772-7100 with any questions or if you need assistance with the transfer process.
The Bastrop High School Band had a very successful day at the UIL solo and ensemble contest Saturday, February 4th.61 students participated and 85 medals were awarded for a superior rating. In addition, 5 soloist and 6 ensembles will advance to the UIL State Solo and Ensemble contest in May. Click on story for full results
We are so proud to announce the recipients of the 3rd six weeks 212° and IT award honorees. These dedicated staff members were surprised to see Mr. Murray pay them a visit recently (see Latest Video).
(Bastrop)—The Child Development Center at Cedar Creek Elementary has earned a 4-star designation by the Texas Rising Star program. The rating is the highest awarded by Texas Rising Star, which is a program of the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The Cedar Creek facility joins the Child Development Center at Emile Elementary, which had previously earned its 4-star designation.
(Bastrop)--Bastrop Middle School theater students will make history when they perform We Will Rock You The Musical at the Jerry Fay Wilhelm Performing Arts Center. This will mark the first time a middle school has performed the musical on any stage in the world since it typically is performed by high school students and young adults. A total of 75 students are involved in the historic production, which opens Friday.
January is School Board Recognition Month, and Bastrop ISD is proud to join other districts across the state in thanking our local leaders for their dedication and advocacy on behalf of public schools. As elected officials, our board members are voices for the community, always serving first and foremost in the best interest of public schoolchildren. Click the headline for the full story.