With summertime just around the corner, we felt it was extremely important to give our students a quick lesson on water safety. With the help of the Director of Aquatics at BSAC, Theresa Hickey, students were taught the importance of practicing safe habits while having fun in the water.
BSAC would like to recognize Cameron Shack and Kelly Cheney as the Team Leaders of the March! We would also like to highlight Shelby Johnson and Kerwyn Richardson, who were selected as the Team Leaders of February. We’d like to dive into the different roles they actively excel in, so our families can see how [...]
BSAC has been extremely busy over the past couple of years upgrading our leadership team, updating and renovating our main campus and adding more and more features to drive our mission. Our goal is to continue to build on the positive momentum of the past several months and do even more in the weeks and [...]
Over 450 local business leaders and community members attended BSAC’s Annual Casino Night on Friday, March 29th, and boy, what a night it was! BSAC was able to raise over $63,000 in scholarship support for families in need of financial assistance. These children will now be able to participate in programs including swim lessons, summer [...]
The local police k-9 unit paid Lithia Springs a special visit today and gave our students an informative presentation on all of the hard work that police dogs do for their job. Students were able to ask questions and watch the police dog perform various commands.
In celebration of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, students created a booth and surprised their parents and guardians with free cookies.
Today, students worked on created personalized thank you cards to give to their teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week! They loved getting to use colored paper and markers to create their special thank you cards.
Students at Stowers BASE came together to create a special thank you gift to show their appreciation for the school's nurse. Each student wrote a thank you note onto a bandage and placed the bandages onto a picture frame. The students were then able to personally give the nurse her special gift!
To show our teachers how much we appreciate them, we made them a special banner. The banner read "Wild about our teachers and staff"!
Second and third grade BASE students were challenged to use their creativity and engineering skills to create a structure that could stand on its own. Students were supplied with twenty-four craft sticks, binder clips, and clothespins to create their sturdy structures.