The BSAC After-School Experience (BASE), is bringing back its most popular after-school clubs in addition to exciting new options! After a long day, students can look forward to spending time with their friends while developing personal interests and hobbies in Culinary, Arts & Crafts, Robotics, LEGO’S (intro to Robotics), Community Service, Gardening, Odyssey of the [...]
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.
Camp BSAC hosted a public open house to give potential summer camp guests and parents an inside look at all of the fun activities we offer! Students played minute to win it games, had access to the pool, and played life-size hungry hungry hippo. While parents were able to play, sign their kids up for [...]
Meet Rebekah Clark: a talented BSAC lifeguard, Girl Scout, and Blue Wave Swim Team Member who has made a lasting impact right here on our campus. With the help of her family, Rebekah created a mini library called Readbox, inspired by the Redbox video rentals located in popular stores in our area. “I started this [...]
As a special way to thank you to our local police officers, students created "lifesaver" bags. Each bag was full of lifesaver mints and a personalized thank you message to each officer.
Stowers BSAC Community Club went on a field trip to the local USPS office to tour their facility. They also spoke to postmaster Aaron about his day to day activities. It was such an eye opening experience for the young Stowers kids and they learned so many new things about the USPS Office.
Today our master chef students created rainbow grilled cheese sandwiches. This activity taught the students about melting temperatures and how colors sometimes change when heat is added.
Today, the students in the Community Club at Stowers wrote thank you cards for police officers. Not only did they write thank you cards, but they also made goody bags for the officers to take with them. Officers were ecstatic at the kids efforts.