Recent Updates

Attention students:  We are asking you to notify us confidentially by email if any of these statements apply to you:

1) I am personally exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms.

2) I have tested positive for COVID-19.

3) Someone in my immediate circle has tested positive for COVID-19 that I have been in close contact with.

If the answer is 'yes', please send us a confidential email to COVID19@bobhopeschool.org.  Be sure to include your name and grade level and let us know which statement(s) apply to you. This callout statement will be posted on our website.  Again, the email address is:  COVID19@bobhopeschool.org (no hyphen!)  Thank you.
Atención estudiantes: le pedimos que nos notifique confidencialmente por correo electrónico si alguna de estas declaraciones se aplica a usted:
1) Estoy exhibiendo personalmente los síntomas de COVID-19.
2) He dado positivo por COVID-19.
3) Alguien en mi círculo inmediato ha dado positivo por COVID-19 con el que he estado en contacto cercano.
Si la respuesta es 'sí', envíenos un correo electrónico confidencial a COVID19@bobhopeschool.org. Asegúrese de incluir su nombre y nivel de grado y háganos saber qué declaraciones se aplican a usted. Esta declaración de llamada se publicará en nuestro sitio web. Nuevamente, la dirección de correo electrónico es: COVID19@bobhopeschool.org (¡sin guión!) Gracias.

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Effective Immediately

 

Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Bob Hope School will extend the suspension of normal district operations and continue with our normal flexible instructional program through Friday, April 17th  in an effort support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.

During this difficult time of the Coronavirus COVID-19, we appreciate all the assistance and help you have provided us. To minimize the face-to-face contact, we are moving toward an online flexible educational program. The instructions for accessing this online program are on our website.


Please know that if you do not have access to the internet, we will mail you the instructional support documents to your physical address with a return postage envelope to allow you to send the work back to us. Please let us know if you have recently moved or have a new address.

Thank you,

Bob Hope School

Dada la rápida evolución de la situación con COVID-19, la Escuela Bob Hope extenderá la suspensión de las operaciones normales del distrito y continuará con nuestro programa de instrucción flexible normal hasta el viernes 17 de abril en un esfuerzo por apoyar la necesidad de nuestra nación de frenar la propagación del nuevo coronavirus. o COVID-19.


Durante este momento difícil del Coronavirus COVID-19, apreciamos toda la asistencia y ayuda que nos ha brindado. Para minimizar el contacto cara a cara, estamos avanzando hacia un programa educativo flexible en línea. Las instrucciones para acceder a este programa en línea se encuentran en nuestro sitio web.


Tenga en cuenta que si no tiene acceso a Internet, le enviaremos por correo los documentos de soporte de instrucción a su dirección física con un sobre con franqueo de devolución para que nos pueda devolver el trabajo. Háganos saber si se mudó recientemente o si tiene una nueva dirección.


Gracias,

Escuela Bob Hope

 

Student Geometry Computer.png This message is for parents of Bob Hope School students in grades 3rd through 12.
All students of BHS in grades 3rd -12th will receive their instructional materials online via Microsoft Teams. The pictures below show how students are to access their accounts. If your child is having difficulties logging in, please click on the link below for assistance. If for any reason you do not have access to internet, a computer, a tablet, or a smartphone please call the school tomorrow to let us know. Please understand that it will take some time to get all students set up and going. We will do all we can to make this process as smooth as possible. Teachers are ready to go and excited about getting started on this new platform. Thank you.

ONLINE HELP SP
Bob Hope is offering our students a flexible instructional program and extended learning instruction by providing instructional workbooks or printable packets and online instruction. Parents and students are asked to pick up or print course work from your child’s campus and/or from the campus websites. Students are strongly encouraged to work on these packets while at home and read daily.
Parents and students are responsible for returning completed weekly packets when picking up new work packets. Packets can be found on our website front page under quick links.
Returned packets and new packet pick up will be March 31, 2020 from 11:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. (all grade levels)

If parents decide to print materials from our website, we ask they return them to their child’s campus at the designated pick up times or mail packets to their child’s corresponding campus.

It is important for students to take the completion of this work seriously. Promotion and/or retention for the school year will be made as a local district decision. Completion of work packets by the student will impact the promotion/retention decision.


This message is for parents of students in grades 6 through 12. This link is a survey we ask all parents to take to help us make the necessary arrangements for the upcoming week.

 

 

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**UPDATE 3/14/2020** LETTER TO PARENTS FROM BOB HOPE


Parents of students at our Port Arthur Campuses please click here to complete our spring break travel survey.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

Dear Bob Hope School Family,

An outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, has caused an outbreak of respiratory illness and the United States has confirmed a handful of coronavirus cases related to travel.  I want to assure you that our school district is keeping track of this situation through proven and trustworthy sources: our local health department, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  These health officials believe the risk to our school community is low at this time.

Updated information from the CDC on coronavirus in the United States can be found at:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. The most recent information about coronavirus in Texas may be found at: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/.

Much is being learned about this newly emerged virus.  Based on the current information, health officials are recommending local communities and schools should take the same steps to protect against coronavirus as we take to prevent the spread of everyday illnesses like the common cold or the flu:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow when you cough or sneeze.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

 

The 2019 novel coronavirus is believed to be spread through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes, much in the way the flu and other respiratory viruses are spread.  Symptoms can be fever, cough, or difficulty breathing.  At this time, persons considered at risk are those with travel to China, or those in close contact with persons infected with novel coronavirus. 

While a new type of illness can be scary, we can protect our students, teachers, and the broader community by using simple everyday actions that protect people from other types of respiratory viruses. Our teachers, school nurses, and staff are working carefully to encourage these simple and effective habits of frequent handwashing, covering every cough or sneeze, and cleaning classroom tables/surfaces frequently.  This is important not just to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, but to help prevent the spread of other infections that can lead to student illness and absences. 

Thank you for your support of our district, our schools, our students and our teachers and staff. 

Sincerely,

Bob Hope School

Estimada familia de la escuela Bob Hope,

Ha habido un brote de enfermedad respiratoria causada por un nuevo tipo de coronavirus identificado por primera vez en Wuhan, provincia de Hubei, China, y Estados Unidos ha confirmado unos cuantos casos de coronavirus ligados a viajes.  Deseo asegurarle que nuestro distrito escolar está realizando un seguimiento de esta situación a través de fuentes comprobadas y confiables: nuestro departamento de salud local, el Departamento Estatal de Servicios de Salud (DSHS) de Texas y los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC). Estos funcionarios de salud consideran que, por el momento, el riesgo para nuestra comunidad escolar es bajo.

Puede encontrar información actualizada de los CDC sobre el coronavirus en los Estados Unidos en:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html. La información más reciente sobre el coronavirus en Texas se puede encontrar en: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/.

Se está aprendiendo mucho sobre este nuevo virus.  En base a la información actual, los funcionarios de salud recomiendan que, para protegerse contra el coronavirus, las comunidades y escuelas locales tomen las mismas medidas que tomamos para prevenir la propagación de enfermedades cotidianas como el resfriado común o la gripe:

  • Lávese las manos con frecuencia con agua y jabón durante al menos 20 segundos. Si no hay agua y jabón disponibles, utilice un desinfectante para manos a base de alcohol.
  • Evite tocarse los ojos, la nariz y la boca sin haberse lavado las manos.
  • Evite el contacto cercano con personas que estén enfermas.
  • Permanezca en casa cuando esté enfermo.
  • Cúbrase la boca y la nariz con el interior del codo cuando tosa o estornude.
  • Limpie y desinfecte objetos y superficies de contacto frecuente.

 

Se cree que el nuevo coronavirus de 2019 se transmite por el aire cuando una persona infectada tose o estornuda, prácticamente del mismo modo en que se propagan la gripe y otros virus respiratorios.  Los síntomas pueden ser fiebre, tos o dificultad para respirar.  En este momento, las personas que se consideran en riesgo son aquellas que han viajado a China o aquellas que tienen interacciones cercanas con personas infectadas con el nuevo coronavirus.

Si bien un nuevo tipo de enfermedad puede ser alarmante, podemos proteger a nuestros estudiantes, maestros y a la comunidad en general mediante el uso de acciones cotidianas simples que protegen a las personas de otros tipos de virus respiratorios. Nuestros maestros, enfermeros escolares y personal están trabajando minuciosamente para fomentar estos hábitos simples y efectivos de lavado frecuente de las manos, cubrirse cada vez que tose o estornuda, y limpieza frecuente de las mesas/superficies de las aulas.  Esto es importante no solo para ayudar a prevenir la propagación del coronavirus, sino para ayudar a prevenir la propagación de otras infecciones que pueden dar lugar a enfermedades y ausencias en los estudiantes.

Gracias por su apoyo a nuestro distrito, nuestras escuelas, nuestros estudiantes y nuestros maestros y personal. 

Atentamente,

Bob Hope School



HOPE IS COMING!
Bob Hope High School Coming August 2020! 

Now Accepting Applications For New Students Pre-K- 12th grade! Click here to apply!

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  The mission of Bob Hope Schools is to provide a safe, orderly environment in which students are intrinsically motivated to become life-long learners in a global society and where teachers, parents, and the community collaborate to address the needs and diversity of all students.

Bob Hope School’s philosophy is as follows:
We believe each person has merit, dignity, and can make a valid contribution to society.
We believe in the “total” child including mind, body, and spirit.
We believe in hope.
Hope for the future of each of our students. We believe in success, academic, vocational and independent living.