Beckville JH Gives Back


Recently, the BJH student council sponsored a canned food drive for Mission Carthage. They also participated in the Make A Wish Foundation Santa Letter fundraiser. Macy’s department store will donate $1 dollar to the Make A Wish Foundation for each letter that was submitted.  As pictured above the BJH students also supported our own AJ Travis’ Toy Drive that benefits sick children during the holiday season.  Beckville ISD is very proud of our students and would like to thank our parents. We appreciate your support in giving back to our community!

VFW "Patriot's Pen" Winners

Our junior high students participated in an essay contest sponsored by the VFW Post 5620 for Panola County.   Coach Kruebbe encouraged all of his 7th grade students to participate. Out of 75 participants in Panola County, Hanna Elliott took 1st place and Kaitlyn Tillman placed 2nd.  Congratulations girls!

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Santa Chase


Beckville ISD Daily Events

Semester Exam Schedule

2016 Fall Semester Exam (95 minute exam)

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14th

7:50 – 9:25 1st Period Exam

9:30 – 11:05     2nd Period Exam

11:05 – 11:35   LUNCH

11:35 – 12:05   Study Hall (3rd period)

12:10 – 1:45   3rd Period Exam

1:50 – 3:25        4th Period Exam

Thursday, December 15th

7:50 – 9:25 5th Period Exam

9:30 – 11:05     6th Period Exam

11:05 – 11:35   LUNCH

11:35 – 12:05   Study Hall (7th period)

12:10 – 1:45   7th  Period Exam

1:50 – 3:25        8th Period Exam

Friday, December 16th

Regular class schedule until 11:00   & MAKE UP EXAMS

11:00 – 11:28   LUNCH

Early Release 11:30

Beckville ISD Calendar Clarification Letter

Dear Families of Beckville ISD,

As we come to the end of our first grading period, I hope your child had a wonderful and productive first six weeks of school.  I want to take this opportunity to make you aware of a change in the 2016-2017 Beckville school calendar that makes it different from our traditional calendar from years past.  In the 84th Texas Legislative Session, HB 2610 changed the requirement for the Texas public school year from 180 days to 75,600 minutes of instruction.  In addition to the required 75,600 minutes, students must meet requirements for state assessments, reading inventory goals, benchmark testing, passing grades for all subjects, 90% attendance and behavior expectations...Click to continue