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The NEW BCSD Family Handbook is an electronic resource combining and upgrading the information from our previous school handbooks and district resources.
Inside this handbook, you will find detailed information regarding our school district, school sites, district policies, phone numbers, and websites. Please check it out and learn more about the programs, services and supports available in the Bettendorf Community School District.
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The Bettendorf School Parents & Athletic Boosters promotes and supports High School and Middle School athletic squads, cheerleaders, dance/drill team and Special Olympians. They also conduct fund-raising projects to provide additional funds for the athletic budget and to stimulate good sportsmanship among the members of the athletic squads and fans.
BFAB is open to anyone interested in supporting the activities of the Bettendorf High School performing arts programs, including band, color guard, orchestra, choir, and theatre. Membership is AUTOMATIC for the families of students participating in these activities - there’s no need to sign up! The organization plays a key role in raising money to help pay for uniforms, choreographers, marching band drills, contest entry fees, awards, letters, camps, transportation and other incidental expenses. The major source of these funds is through concession sales at all the home football games where BFAB families are asked to volunteer for 2 concession shifts throughout the football season. Additionally, we generate funds through our annual Patron Drive. Through these concession sales and the generosity of our Patrons, we support the fine arts programs without additional fund raising efforts.
ParentLink promotes a cooperative relationship between teachers, staff, parents, and students in providing the best physical, mental and social being for BMS and the community and to coordinate volunteers to assist in school activities.
The purpose of the Grant Wood PTA is to support a closer relationship between home and the school to secure the best education for our children.
All Hoover families are automatically members of the PTO. Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the commons area. Free snacks and free childcare are provided. Check out our Facebook page.
The Mark Twain PTA is excited for another great year of learning and fun activities and hope you are too! We hope to meet you soon at one of our meetings or many PTA sponsored events.
For more information contact the school office at (563) 359-8275.
The PTA is an active organization at Paul Norton Elementary, facilitating a wide array of social, fundraising, and service activities. All Paul Norton parents are encouraged to join the PTA and are welcome to attend the monthly meetings. Business meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, alternating morning and evenings. Your ideas and input are appreciated.