at 837 H St, Bakersfield, 93304 United States
Keeping Our Members Strong!
Welcome to the Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Association's (BETA) facebook page. We represent the teachers, counselors, program specialists, academic coaches, academic program leaders, speech therapists, and nurses who work for the Bakersfield City School District.
681 FB users likes Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Association, set it to 6 position in Likes Rating for Bakersfield, California in Organization category
Kern High School Districts Newsletter showcasing the Food Service Departments achievements in this years K-12 Recycling Challenge Competition! They recieved 2 first place awards and a third place award. Congratulations KHSD! #GreenCAschools #Recycle
Let Summer Break begin!!! Enjoy and let it be a restful one!!!
Election Day is right around the corner, so let's spread the word about Measure F!!!!
Thank You Teachers For All That You Do! Be Inspired. Be Active. Be BETA
Attention All BETA Members & Educators: CTA seeks your response in survey on 'alternate discipline'. CTA's Strategic Plan relating to social justice, equity & diversity encourages developing "alternative discipline" practices in school districts statewide AB 420 - which maintains a teacher's ability to suspend students per Ed Code 48900, while eliminating a district's authority to expel or suspend kids for "disruption and willful defiance" - ends in 2018 unless subsequent legislation is enacted.
Attention BETA & BCSD Community: BCSD Announces New Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
Be Inspired. Be Active. Be BETA
Happy Last Day of School BCSD!!! Be Inspired. Be Active. Be BETA
In the April school board meeting, during the LCAP presentation, there was much bragging about the decrease in suspensions and expulsions. Dr. Haynes responded by saying that it was all well and good to reduce suspensions and expulsions, as long as we keep an eye on student achievement and how it impacts the bottom line. Student achievement is what we should be looking at, he said... and we should be looking at how having all those problem students back in class is affecting student achievement.