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October 21st--25th



We're proud to join communities all across America celebrating Lights On Afterschool on October 24! There's lots to celebrate: afterschool programs keep kids safe, inspire them to learn & grow, and give parents peace of mind. Join the celebration at our Fall Fest on Oct. 24 after school!
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FCCLA

FCCLA
These Bartlett FCCLA Members met on Saturday, September 28th to load and unload the bus with donations given by the community to deliver to the Savers Thrift Store. Savers Thrift store sales supports Non Profit Organizations in the area and also keeps reusable household, soft goods, and books out of the landfill.
Recycle report: 2,025 lbs of soft goods (clothes, linens, shoes, etc); 789 lbs of household products, and 942 lbs of books. Savers donated $502.74 back to Bartlett FCCLA. Big thank you to Luis Villamar, Miller Beam, Arianna Lopez, Katie Randig, Stephanie Miller, Billy Fronek, Kiera Hagedorn, Hailey Salinas, Douglas Clawson, Zachary Huebner, Sharon Clawson, Elena Juarez, and Faith Luna.

Elementary Student Bulldog of the Month

Kia Luna
Kia Luna



Secondary Student Bulldog of the Month
Jarred Cooper
Jared Cooper



Employee Bulldog of the Month

Ira Crathers
Ira Crathers



Elementary Student Bulldog of the Month
Jazayla Fisher
Jazayla Fisher


Secondary Student Bulldog of the Month

Andrea Rivera Vasquez
Andrea Rivera Vasquez


Employee Bulldog of the Month

Brandon Grigsby
Brandon Grigsby


2019-2020 Calendar



2019 Tax Rate Notice Original


2019 Tax Rate Notice Revised



Bartlett ISD received a generous donation from the Bartlett Athletic Booster Club in the amount of $4,000.00 at our Monday board meeting. Thank you for your dedication and hard work for the students of Bartlett ISD!!! 

Booster Club Donation

Additionally, the Bartlett Athletic Booster Club is looking for Athletic Booster helpers and new Athletic Booster Board Members. If you are interested please contact Bartlett ISD Central Office or current Bartlett Athletic Booster Members. 



Welcome to Bartlett Independent School District, Home of the Bulldogs and Lassies!

My name is Teddy Clevenger, and I am the proud Superintendent of Bartlett Independent School District. Bartlett ISD strives to provide a learning environment where each student is challenged to reach the highest levels of excellence. Our students and staff take pride in the successes in the classroom and on the field/court in competition. 

 

Together, I envision the community, businesses of Bartlett, and Bartlett ISD staff working as a team to better our students, our district, and our community spirit! Our school doors are open to you all, and I welcome everyone from the community to come to our events going on at school. As always, I have an open door and will strive to meet your needs, so please feel free to contact me with any questions about our wonderful district.

Additionally, I encourage you to browse the website for current information about what is happening around the district throughout the year. We invite you to join our family and show your BLUE and WHITE Pride!!!

 

Have a great day and God bless!


Teddy Clevenger

Superintendent, Bartlett Independent School District

Teddy Clevenger


Travis Edwards

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to GayleAmandameLinda
Larry Bohuslav of the Red & White located in Bartlett was recognized at the Bartlett ISD School Board Meeting on 9/17 in support of the Business Recognition Program sponsored by the Texas Assocaiation of School Boards for their support of the students and staff of Bartlett ISD. Red & White is our go to place for Staff meals and they also provide meals for student athletes from time to time. Red & White provides scrumptious meals whenever we need them. Bartlett ISD attempts to keep business as local as possible and we certainly appreciate Larry and Red & White!!

Amanda Grigsby

10:03 AM (27 minutes ago)
to Gayleme
Bartlett ISD and Bartlett Early HeadStart have partnered this school year to be able to provide an exciting opportunity to high school students who are interested in pursuing postsecondary goals of working with children in an educational setting. 
This partnership allows students, who have met all course pre-requisites and have completed the extensive background checks as required by Bartlett Early HeadStart to spend two hours a day on site working with the teachers and the children enrolled in the program. These high school students will help the teachers prepare and conduct lessons for all age groups as they will rotate classrooms throughout the year.  
While enrolled in this program, the students will also be working toward completing the State of Texas requirements for earning a Child Development Associate certification that will allow them to pursue employment in early childhood education settings, much like Bartlett Early HeadStart.
Pictured are Connie Gonzalez, Director for the Bartlett Early HeadStart Center, and Bartlett High School students Deeanna Jowers, Kimberli Ramos-Luna, and Imanol Gonzalez

Amanda Grigsby

10:03 AM (27 minutes ago)
to Gayleme
Bartlett ISD and Bartlett Early HeadStart have partnered this school year to be able to provide an exciting opportunity to high school students who are interested in pursuing postsecondary goals of working with children in an educational setting. 
This partnership allows students, who have met all course pre-requisites and have completed the extensive background checks as required by Bartlett Early HeadStart to spend two hours a day on site working with the teachers and the children enrolled in the program. These high school students will help the teachers prepare and conduct lessons for all age groups as they will rotate classrooms throughout the year.  
While enrolled in this program, the students will also be working toward completing the State of Texas requirements for earning a Child Development Associate certification that will allow them to pursue employment in early childhood education settings, much like Bartlett Early HeadStart.
Pictured are Connie Gonzalez, Director for the Bartlett Early HeadStart Center, and Bartlett High School students Deeanna Jowers, Kimberli Ramos-Luna, and Imanol Gonzalez