Bahrain ES

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PTSO

PTSO is a volunteer organization made up of parents, teachers, students, and staff. Together, these members support school activities and enhance the students' academic involvement. There is no fee to join the PTSO. We ask instead that you volunteer for at least one activity throughout the year.
PTSO contributes to Bahrain School by organizing school pictures, providing funds for various initiatives and activities not funded by DoDEA, coordinating book fairs and showing appreciation in a variety of ways to our teachers and staff.

If you are interested in joining the Bahrain School PTSO please complete the membership form and return it to the reception desk. If you have any questions, please email the PTSO. bahrainschoolptso@gmail.com . PTSO publishes the meeting dates and times via our school newsletter and by email list.

The Bahrain School PTSO sponsors a variety of activities including the following:
Spooktacular (Our famous Halloween event.)
Scholastic Book Club
Used Book Sale Event
Concession Stands for Sporting Events, School Dances & Movie Nights
Fundraising for Activities and Equipment
International Day Bazaar
School Store
School Pictures
Santa's Workshop
Teacher Appreciation Week
Student Art Contest & School Planner
End of Year Sports Banquet
Elementary School B.E.S.T. Leader Spirit Days and Events.
Sport and Field Days
Robotics
School Murals
Reading Counts!
Elementary School Writing Tools
Awards
Author Visits
 

School Advisory Council (SAC)


The School Advisory Committee (SAC) is comprised of parents and teachers who provide a forum to discuss school-wide topics in an atmosphere of due process, cooperation, and trust.

Any member of our learning community (staff, students, parents, community members) may submit issues, concerns or topics for discussion to the SAC via one of the elected representatives. The B.E.S.T. SAC meets quarterly. SAC meeting minutes are available from our school secretary.
 
 
Bahrain ES

Bahrain ES

PSC 851 Box 690
FPO, AE 09834-0007

It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.