Welcome to Bevier C-4 Schools


The Bevier High School seeks to provide a well-rounded education for all students in order to prepare them for life-long learning. High school is a time in a student's life to prepare them to be responsible, well rounded adults. We strive to prepare them to be successful in college, workforce or vocational trade.

Go Wildcats!

Bevier C-4 Mission Statement

Bevier C-4 School

Back-To-School Supply List


Pre-K:

4 glue sticks

1 box regular markers

1 box thin markers

1 box 24 crayons

1 pkg. of 8 watercolors

1 pair safety scissors

2 vinyl folders with prongs

1 container baby wipes

1 container Clorox wipes

3 boxes Kleenex tissues

1 box 3 oz. plastic cups

Headphones

Backpack

Complete change of clothes

Kindergarten:

Plastic school supply box

20 - #2 pencils (yellow only)

2 pink erasers

3 boxes 24-count crayons

1 package washable colored markers

1 4-oz. bottle of glue

10 glue sticks

1 pair Fiskars blunt child scissors

5 dry erase markers (black only)

2 plastic folders with prongs (red and yellow)

3 boxes of tissues

2 containers of antibacterial wipes

1 clean pair of gym shoes to be kept at school (Velcro only please)

1 complete change of clothes to be kept at School

Grade 1:

Package of No. 2 pencils

Large pink erasers

Pencil pouch w/3 rings

Box of 24 crayons

Elmer’s white liquid glue

Student scissors

Supply box

2 plastic folders w/prong fasteners

1 composition notebook

Backpack

Headphones

Gym shoes

1 large container of Clorox wipes

1 box of Kleenix

Grade 2:

2 composition notebooks

1 24-pack of yellow #2 pencils

1 package of colored pencils

1 box of crayons

4 glue sticks

1 1” three-ring binder with clear

plastic front pocket

1 pair of scissors

3 boxes of tissues

2 antibacterial wipes

1 pair of gym shoes to be left at school

1 set of headphones

Grades 3, 4 ad 5:

P.E. tennis shoes

Earbuds or headphones to be kept at school

Zipper binder/trapper keeper

Zipper pencil case with 3 holes punched

2 Hole punched pocket folders

2 packs of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga preferred)

2 Loose leaf notebook paper

1 Composition notebook

4 Dry erase markers (fine tip preferred)

2 Large pink erasers

1 Box colored pencils or crayons

3 Boxes of tissues

1 7” pair of scissors

Lysol wipes

Grades 6, 7, and 8:

Social Studies—

1 Spiral bound notebook

1 Composition notebook

Pack of pencils/pens

English—

1 Spiral bound notebook

1 Composition notebook

Pack of pencils/pens

High School Math:

Plenty of pencils

College-ruled notebook paper

1” 3-ring binder

TI-30XS Multiview Scientific Calculator (We use this specific calculator in class and for testing. Others will work, but this particular calculator is the best option for all high school math courses. They are about $16 at Walmart and Amazon.)

College Algebra Dual Credit Students:

If you will be taking College Algebra, it is recommended that you purchase a graphing calculator. I recommend the TI-84 Plus CE Calculator. Regular price is about $130, but they usually run back-to-school sales. You can also find used calculators on swap shops and ebay. We do have a classroom set of calculators, but they are not available to take home.


Bevier C-4 School District

Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan

2021-2022

As a requirement of the American Rescue Plan: Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief(ARP/ESSER III) fund, our plan addresses the following issues: Academic Programming, Operations, Family and Community Support, Communications, Health and Safety, and Technology.

Academic Program:

Implement traditional five days of face-to-face instruction

Provide After School Program instruction to help with learning loss

Hire additional personnel (at-risk/credit recovery teacher)

Implement At-Risk program for Grades 6-12

Implement Credit Recovery program for Grades 6-12

Issue devices to students and teachers for virtual or distance learning

Use Evaluate to monitor students’ progress

Operations:

Encourage family members to sit together on buses

Check student and staff temperature daily upon entering the building

Clean/disinfect building surfaces and high touch objects frequently

Clean/disinfect buses after each route

Follow the current Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Missouri

Department of Health and Senior Services guidelines for providing meals to students

Follow school board approved school calendar for 2021-2022

Follow guidelines and best practices for cleaning and sanitizing the buildings

Communications:

Utilize Facebook, District’s website and Textcaster to help communicate health

and safety issues or necessary changes to the district’s regular operating schedule

Use various resources to educate students and their families on proper personal hygiene and sanitation practices

Health and Safety:

Employ a full-time nurse

Check student and staff temperature daily upon entering the building

Collaborate with mental health agencies

Provide educational materials and resources to address social, emotional, mental health, and other needs of students and staff

Provide access to support services (Guidance Counselor)

Rezone HVAC system in elementary building

Add air purifiers to HVAC system in elementary building

Replace windows as needed

Recommend self-screening at home by both students and staff

Check student and staff temperature daily upon arrival

Clean/disinfect buildings and high touch surfaces/objects frequently

Clean/disinfect buses after each route

Adhere to isolation and quarantine guidelines from our local health agency

Provide opportunity/location for COVID vaccine for staff

Collaborate with local health department regarding vaccine for students

Provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Implement social distancing strategies for large gatherings (extracurricular/events) based on the Missouri High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) guidelines

Technology:

Provide electronic devices and software for all students and staff to enhance in-person and virtual learning

Public Comment:

Public comment on this Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan for Bevier C-4 School District can be emailed to chiarottinoc@bevier.k12.mo.us

This plan is subject to change based on the Missouri Department of Education and/or state officials.




Back to School Immunization Information

for 2021-2022 Kindergarteners, 8th graders and Seniors

2021-2022 Board Approved School Calendar

Garet Chiarottino and Caleb Rhoads qualified for the Class 1, State Track and Field Championships which was held of Saturday, May 22nd at Jefferson City High School.

Caleb finished 8th out of 15 with a High jump of 6-00.00.

Garet finished 9th out of 15 with a time of 2:08.81.



Congratulations to these Bevier track and field athletes who were designated as All-Conference athletes by winning an event at the recent Tri-County Conference meet.

Front row: Ashton Carpenter-Belcher and Blake Williams

Back row: Garet Chiarottino, Jerzey Allen and Caleb Rhoads.

Ashton won the Middle School boys 200 Meter and 400 Meter Dashes

Blake won the Middle School boys Triple Jump and Discus

Garet won the Varsity 800 Meter Run

Jerzey won the Varsity 100 Meter Hurdles

Caleb won the Varsity High Jump.


Congratulations to these Bevier track and field athletes who were designated as These four young men broke the Bevier C-4 junior high track record in the 4 x 400 Meter Relay on Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Milan, MO. The new record time of 4:22.28 shattered the previous record of 4:27.82.

Pictured are: Front: Jaden Ferguson and Dakota Shott

Back: Ashton Carpenter-Belcher and Blake Williams


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Gym Usage Calendar

To schedule use of the gym please contact Athletic Director, Pat Cunningham at cunninghamp@bevier.k12.mo.us

Athletics

Tri-County Conference Website

Physical Forms found here or in the School Office.

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Monday, August 9: 1st day of softball/baseball practice. Athletes must have a current sports physical on file before they can practice.

August 23, 2021: First day of school for the 2021-2022 school year.





MOCAP: The district will participate in the Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (“Program”). The Program offers District students the opportunity to enroll in virtual school courses in a variety of grade level and content areas from Kindergarten through grade 12. The District may elect to offer specific courses as part of the program. Any on-line courses or virtual programs offered by the District prior to August 18, 2018 will be automatically approved for program participation, where the District course meets program requirements. Website link.


Stay Connected with TEXTCASTER

Thanks to Bank of New Cambria, Bevier C-4 Schools are able to offer a Textcaster service for immediate updates and current information. Sign-up is easy.

Weekend Bulletin

The Weekend Bulletin is the best place to stay up to date with the happenings of Bevier C-4. You can opt to get on the email list so the bulletin is delivered directly to your email or find the current bulletin through the link above.

Address

400 N Bloomington St.

Bevier, MO 63532

Contact

Phone: 660-773-6611

Fax: 660-773-6964

The Bevier C-4 School District Board of Education is committed to maintaining a workplace and educational environment that is free from discrimination and harassment in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs, services, activities and facilities. In accordance with law, the district strictly prohibits discrimination and harassment against employees, students or others on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law. The Bevier C-4 School District is an equal opportunity employer.