The Bronte Independent School District will strive to provide education of the highest quality for all students in a positive and enriching atmosphere and in a loving and caring manner. It is the desire of the Bronte Schools to establish a partnership with parents, to increase parental involvement and to foster good study habits in the Home and at school. The faculty and administration of Bronte ISD believe all students can learn and we can make a difference in the lives of students. We further believe our behavior as professional educators has a direct relationship with student achievement now and in the future.
Educational opportunities and resources in Bronte ISD shall be distributed with equity for all students and we will maintain accountability with demonstrated results for continuous improvement of our school system.
VOLLEYBALL TICKET SALE INFORMATION
Tickets to home Volleyball games are going on sale today. You may either purchase single game tickets or season tickets to all home volleyball games for the 2020 season. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE. You must have a pre-purchased ticket for entry. Due to UIL guidance on spacing (groups of 10 must be spaced 6 feet apart) you will be given an opportunity to reserve your seat(s) when you purchase your tickets. Parents will have the opportunity to purchase tickets beginning today and tomorrow. We are going to set aside a minimum 60 tickets for parents, as per District VB rules. After Friday, August 14, the general public will be allowed to purchase tickets on a first come/first serve basis. Ticket purchase location will be the High School office. Please contact Mrs. McWright for more information on the process. Adults $3.00 / Students $1.00. Please have patience with us as we are navigating a new procedure for this season.
To the community of Bronte ISD,
The Administration was notified this afternoon, Sept 9, 2020, that there is a positive COVID-19 student case in the grade span of 9-12. Due to the diligence and hard work of our staff and our students at continuing to follow the recommendations and mandated guidelines, we do not feel, in consultation with the Texas Department of Health Services, that any further action is required. We will be monitoring the situation closely and continuing our cleaning and preventative measures to ensure the continued opportunity for face to face instruction at all grade levels. We ask you to please continue to follow all recommendations of the CDC and the DSHS as we continue our journey through this pandemic, and we ask you to pray for the healthy return and continued health of all of our students. Thank you.
Tim Siler, Superintendent