The Enviro Club at William Byrne is hosting its annual electronics drive. The recycling drive starts after spring break and ends on May 1st. The winning class receives extra gym/recess time. Please check out the following link for more information on which items can be accepted and which cannot.
This year, William Byrne STEM Elementary partnered with Metcalf's Bridges program to provide tutoring in second grade science classes.
Through the partnership, Bridges students have assisted second graders in learning many exciting science lessons. For example, some lessons include fast and slow changes and landforms, the water cycle and measuring with science tools.
William Byrne Elementary students read about 55,000 minutes combined and raised more than $9,000 dring its first ever Read-a-Thon in February. The school celebrated at an assembly on Feb. 27 where prizes were awarded and a special challenge was met. Because the school easily surpassed its fund-raising goal, Principal Bomsta had his shaved by PTO member Jeannie Trussell. The funds raised will be used for technology and playground purchases.
Pledges are being accepted for our first Read-A-Thon now until Feb. 20!
Teachers and students throughout Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 are taking extra time the week of Dec. 8-12 to focus on creating computer code as part of a global movement that will involve millions of students in more than 180 countries.