The 12 Days of Innovation Summit (#12DaySummit) is a free, 12-day virtual educational conference brought to you by Birdville ISD Digital Learning beginning Dec. 3.
The call to the Nest is strong. It brings some of the best and the brightest educational local and national minds together to do what Nesters do best … work hard to continually innovate and create something amazing.
The 2019-2020 Grant Applications deadline is December 14, 2018. All applications are due by 4 p.m. on December 14 and must be submitted electronically. No late submissions will be accepted. Please read the 2019-2020 Innovative Teaching Grant Application Tutorial and 2019-2020 Innovative Teaching Grant Guidelines for instructions and helpful hints to help prepare you for completion of the application.
Cecily Weir (left), Richland Middle School eighth-grade science teacher, recently presented to fellow educators at the CAST (Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching) in Fort Worth. Pictured with Weir is a former colleague, Jimiece Jones, a middle school science teacher at Baxter Junior High in Everman ISD.
Today, Birdville Independent School District voters approved a $252.8 million bond package. Superintendent Dr. Darrell G. Brown praised the efforts of the Citizen’s Bond Committee, the Birdville Backers, BISD staff and community. “These groups spent countless hours working to educate the community about the bond proposal,” said Brown. “Thank you for your support of the children.”