Baymonte is looking for qualified applicants for the 2019/2020 school year in the following positions:
Baymonte employees receive a tuition discount along with their salary or hourly wage. To apply for any of the positions above download an application here and submit it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curious performers of all ages (elementary and middle school) will be performing this coming Friday, February 8th for the Baymonte Talent Show at The Rio Theatre. Students have been preparing their acts and have had their dress rehearsal.
It’s sure to be an exciting show!
If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, please do so through the Baymonte school office. Tickets are $5.00 per person or $20 per immediate family. Make checks payable to Baymonte PTF.
Thank you for being a part of the Million Dreams we’re going to make!
WHO? K-2nd grade students (including both new & returning Amigos)
WHEN? Mondays- 3:05-4pm (max 15 students)
COST? $150* Full payment due by Friday, February 1 (Please note: registration is first come, first serve because of class size maximums.)
*After signing up please look for a confirmation email with room & pick-up details.
QUESTIONS? Please email me at email@example.com
3 Extended Sessions- 12-1:30pm (bring your lunch)
Baymonte ½ day Thursdays: Feb. 7, March 7 & April 4
+ 3 Thursday after-school sessions- 3:05-4pm: 2/21, 3/14 & 3/21
= 6 sessions total: 2/7, 2/21, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 4/4
COST: $125* Full payment due by Tuesday, February 5 (Please note: Registration is first come, first serve because of the class size maximums.)
*After signing up please look for a confirmation email with room drop off & pick-up details.
Questions? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, which organizes the collection and distribution of shoebox gifts to children all over the world! OCC is kicking off in the classrooms at Baymonte this week! Look for an email from your child’s teacher or information coming home in their Friday folder this week. To see OCC in action, watch this video.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get boxes?
Families can purchase plastic boxes at stores such as Dollar Tree, Kmart or other stores. OCC cardboard boxes are also available in the school office or in Mrs. Hazen’s classroom. Middle school students can get boxes from Mr. Rozeboom as well.
Can families donate additional boxes?
Yes, families can donate additional complete boxes. Turn them in to your child’s classroom or the school office.
What do I pack in a box?
A full list of items to pack and what not to pack are listed on the OCC brochure coming home with your student in Friday folders.
How much is shipping for each box?
Shipping for each box is $9.00. Please be sure to include the shipping cost by either turning it in with your box or paying for it online. By making your shipping donation online, you can Follow Your Box and see where your shoebox ends up. To find out more about Follow Your Box click here.
Where can I find a label for my box?
Labels can be cut out of the OCC brochure coming home with your student in Friday folders. The school office also has additional labels.
When are boxes due at Baymonte?
All additional boxes are due to Baymonte on Wednesday, November 7.
When is Baymonte praying over the boxes?
As a school we will pray over the boxes on Tuesday, November 13 at 9:00am on the elementary blacktop. All families are welcome to join us in prayer.
The ninth annual Tech Trek was a huge success! The day started before sunrise as a large team of volunteers and staff prayed for the day. They generously gave their time and enthusiastic energy to set up the race courses, beautiful raffle with over 45 items, and Harvest Festival with booths, food, and fun activities.
Special guests, Santa Cruz Warriors Mav’Riks and Scotts Valley Togo’s mascot, helped Baymonte Middle School PE Teacher Kristi Trefethen with the pre-race warm-ups. A record number of registered runners (367) participated in the Tot Trot, 1K, and 5K races. Special running guests included Togo’s Cup Man and UCSC’s Cross Country Team. UCSC team member, Robert Udell, won first place in the 5K and set a new record for the Tech Trek with a time of 15 minutes, 41 seconds. A complete list of 5K race results can be seen here. A complete list of 1K race results can be seen here.
The event was a financial success bringing in over $54,000 (plus day of proceeds) for Baymonte’s Technology and Arts programs. The event showed the heart of Baymonte as so many people came together and blessed each other, our families and our community with a fun, healthy, joy-filled morning. Thank you to all who participated. We look forward to next year’s 10th annual Tech Trek!
What a great time it was with Miss Bliss’s 5th graders at the Fun Day Party making ice cream sundaes, having station games with oversized UNO cards, winning raffle prizes (everyone won a prize) and ending with a water balloon toss out on the field. Such fun for all!
Students can now turn their summer reading logs into the library to redeem their incentive prizes! The best times to redeem summer reading prizes are during recess, middle school break, lunch or after school. Students may also redeem their prizes during media time, but it is preferable that they come during non-class time.
If your student has lost the reading log, there are extra copies available in the library or you may have your child record the titles read on a piece of lined paper. All recorded books should have been read during the summer – books read since August 29th do not count as summer reading. It is also important that the reading logs are signed by a parent or guardian.
The last day to turn in summer reading logs is September 19th.
Questions? Email Mrs. Upton: email@example.com