UIL results are in! Congratulations to Ms. Beasley and the Chamber Choir for receiving Excellent ratings at UIL this week. Ms. Beasley commented, "Such beautiful voices and hearts!" We are all proud of these girls and their hard work!
Congratulations to our Robotics Team!! 2.25.18
We are so proud of the Robotics Team at Bailey! This weekend they competed at the South Texas Middle School Championship at Clear Brook High School in Houston.
Four Bailey Robotics teams qualified and made it to this tournament, which covers the region that goes from Austin all the way south, including Houston. All four made it to the quarter finals, and two, OBoy Bears and Fuzzy Logic, made it to the final! Go Bears!
Bailey Theatre and the Lion King
Congratulations to the cast and crew of The Lion King. It was a ROARRRING success! Under the direction of Brooke Beasley and Corrie Baker, our talented students performed 4 dazzling shows for our community this weekend.
It was great to see so many people come out and support the students. We appreciate the numerous teachers, staff, administrators, parents, students and Bailey neighbors who attended.
Special thanks to Ms. Bailey, Mr. White, Mr. Adams and Ms. Krumrei who helped with directing, building the set and choreography, as well as parent volunteers who helped make this show successful.
In the fall, several students from Ms. Bailey's Advanced Art class and Ms. Lyczak's Yearbook and Art & Media Communication classes, entered the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition. Students submitted digital art, digital photographs, paintings and comic art. Congratulations to the following for earning Gold Key and Honorable Mention awards for their outstanding artwork.
Silver Key Award Winners:
Lauren J. in Photography
Zerek S. in Comic Art
Alajhi B. in Photography
Jill H. in Photography
Skye L. in Photography
Noah M.in Digital Art
Honorable Mention Award Winners:
Lauren J. in Painting
Cassidy S. in Painting
Daniel A. in Digital Art
Mackenzie S. in Digital Art
Aaron B. in Photography
Robert U. in Photography
No Place for Hate Summit 2018
Mr. Rogers and Bailey students represented Bailey at The No Place for Hate® Youth Summit, a one-day workshop for 7th and 8th grade students and educators. The program empowers students and faculty to build campuses of respect. Students learn the dangers of bigotry and hatred; attendees develop post-Summit strategies to increase tolerance on their campuses and build allies, which are implemented with the help of their campus sponsors.