BHE PTA Adopt-A-Teacher or Staff Member

BHE PTA Adopt-A-Teacher or Staff Member Program

Please join us in supporting our amazing teachers and staff members at Bonnie Holland Elementary.



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BHE PTA General Membership Notice

BHE PTA General Membership Meeting Notice

BHE PTA will be holding a General Membership meeting on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 5:30 pm. Our meeting will be held on the Zoom platform. To participate in the meeting, all members must register by Monday, December 7, 2020.


Members MUST register to attend and vote. Please click this link to RSVP: Google form to register


As we approach the meeting, you will receive an email from Cheryl Anderson ( with the Zoom link to join our meeting. You will be able to access the meeting using a computer, iPad or iPhone.



The meeting will open approximately 15 minutes prior to the start time. In order to be accepted, you MUST have your first and last name in your profile so we are able to accept you into the meeting. If we cannot verify the name, we will not be able to admit you.

If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Anderson, BHE PTA President @

Shout-Out to the local businesses

Thank you BHE Business Partners!!!

Kolache Factory- Thank you to Kolache Factory for donating some delicious kolaches for our BHE Sunshine meeting.

Chick-fil-a- Thank you for donating gift cards for all of our teachers to enjoy a delicious breakfast entrée

Sams and Walmart- Donated a ton of snacks and drinks for BHE teachers and our sister school Hutsell elementary


Crumble Cookie- Thank you for donating teacher gift cards and student incentive cards. YUM!!!


If you stop by any of these local businesses please make sure to tell them THANK YOU for supporting our BHE staff and students

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Birthday Book Club:

Birthday Book Club

Birthday book club is back!!! This is available for F2F and KVA students. Please see the flyer to read all the details. This has always been a fun way to support reading and the library. We hope you’ll participate 😊 Questions?  


Email :

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KVA Curbside Book Check-out:

KVA Curbside Book Check-out

Every Friday from 9am-11am

We are busy, busy checking out books to KVA students that have put the books they want on hold.  Pick ups are every Friday from 9am-11am. Books must be placed on hold by Thursday at noon for pick up the following Friday. There is a video lesson on the library Canvas page that explains the process or please read the attached document.


We love getting our KVA huskies good books!


If Friday morning pick up is a hardship for you, please email Mrs. Tomberlin or Mrs. Meier at We can try to arrange another time.

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Please check out our new Library Canvas Page. This page has library lessons, lots and lots of story read-a-louds and the Bluebonnet/2x2 Club information.  


Check it out!!!

Heather Tomberlin
Librarian- Holland Elementary


Click to see Library Canvas Page

Click here for the computer lab sign up


Legacy Parent Academy

Legacy Parent Academy

The Katy ISD Legacy Parent Academy is a series of informational sessions specifically designed to assist parents by building awareness of a range of social-emotional and academic topics that impact our students and our campuses district-wide. Academy participants will gain factual knowledge pertinent to each topic while also learning strategies and proven techniques to assist in supporting students.


Legacy Parent Academy was developed to support the District’s Strategic Plan Goal 8: “We will actively support the emotional well-being of all learners.”


​Legacy Parent Academy 2020-2021 Sessions​ - This year, all LPA sessions with be held virtually.


Upcoming sessions:


Wednesday, October 7, 2020


Anxiety and Reintegrating into School

Wednesday, November 11. 2020


Navigating Emotional/Behavioral Concerns for Your Child

Wednesday, January 20, 2021


Recognizing and Responding to Trauma and Stress

Wednesday, February 24, 2021


Destigmatizing Mental Health

Thursday, March 25, 2021


Managing Test Anxiety


For more information on upcoming sessions, visit the LPA webpage




Yearbook Wants to See Your Pictures!

Yearbook Wants to See Your Pictures!


Send photos using the QR Code above or using the link here 


Reflections Art Program for Students

Reflections Art Program for Students



The National PTA Reflections Program is a fantastic opportunity for students to express themselves through art. This year’s theme is I MATTER BECAUSE… in the categories of:

  • Dance Choreography
  • Film Production
  • Literature
  • Music Composition
  • Photography
  • Visual Arts

You must be a PTA member for your student to participate. Go to JoinPTA to join.


Entry submissions are due October 30.

Click here to submit the form to participate.


By entering a submission of any of these arts in our Reflections Program, you can win a Roblox Gift Card!  If you win, you have a chance to advance to the District and National levels and win more prizes!  One of last year’s district winners won a year’s worth of Whataburger!


See links below for official rules and entry forms (Available @

Reflections Student Entry Form

Reflections Rules

Detailed Rules for Each Reflections Category


Contact our Reflections Chair, Diana Kazakova, with any questions at



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Birthday Marquee

Birthday Marquee

On the BHE marquee in the front of the school, we dedicate one side just for the honoring of BHE students birthdays!

Every week the PTA updates the birthday side with new student names. We have room for 3 students each week. 

Sign-ups for available slots are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so don't delay to secure your date.  



Slots cost $35 payable by cash, check to BHE PTA or by Paypal using Click here to print the Birthday Marquee Form.

Student Illness - Parent Pick-Up

Student Illness - Parent Pick-Up

The health and safety of our staff and students is our top priority. As a campus we will make continued efforts, based on district guidelines and best practices to keep your child safe and healthy.


Unfortunately, throughout the school year, it is not uncommon for children to contract an illness that requires them to be sent home from school. This year, due to the current health pandemic, sick children presenting with COVID-19 like symptoms: fever (>100.0 F), cough, congestion, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, diarrhea or vomiting, abdominal discomfort, new unexplained loss of taste or smell, headache, sore throat, significant muscle aches/pains, will be given a facial covering, regardless of grade level, and will be triaged to a safe location to be monitored by nursing staff.


All children presenting with possible COVID-19 like symptoms will be required to be picked up from campus, by a parent, as soon as possible or within an hour of being notified.

Notes from the Library


Notes from the Library


KVA Curbside Pickup is now available.  We will hand out books curbside on Fridays from 9:00am-11:00am. Please click here to see directions.  






Morning Announcements Online

Morning Announcements


Did you know that the Morning Announcements are available each morning to view from the BHE website? Just go to the BHE Website homepage and click on this image at the top of the page (click #4 to toggle to the morning announcements image).



From the desk of BHE Principal




1. Mask/Face covering should be worn on the bus and the bus stop, until further notice.

2. Observe the same conduct as in the classroom including cell phone use.

3. Enter the bus and immediately go to the assigned seat.

4. Talk in a normal tone of voice.

5. Remain seated and facing forward in the assigned seat until time to exit the bus.

6. Keep head, hands, feet, and other objects to oneself; do not tamper with bus equipment.

7. Use acceptable language; obscene, profane, unacceptable language and/or gestures are prohibited.

8. Refrain from eating and/or drinking on the bus; keep the bus clean.

9. Refrain from throwing objects within the bus or out of the windows.

10. Follow all rules outlined in the District’s Discipline Management Plan and Student Code of Conduct, as well as safety rules established by the driver.

11. Arrive at your bus stop 5 minutes before the scheduled stop-time and wait a safe distance from where the bus stops. 5 giant steps away from the stop is a good rule.

12. When the bus arrives, do not approach it until the bus has come to a complete stop. Form a single line and board the bus. Go directly to a seat and sit in a safe position. If seats are equipped with seatbelts, they must be worn at all times as required by law. 

13. When it is time to get off of the bus, wait until it comes to a complete stop before getting up from your seat.


Discipline procedures to be used for this year

1st incident– Verbal Warning
2nd incident– Bus driver documentation
3rd incident– Bus referral sent to school

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5th Graders Baby Photo Request

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Log Off-Campus Volunteer Hours

Click Here to log your off-campus volunteer hours. 



When you are ON the BHE campus, during school hours, your volunteer hours are captured through the RAPTOR system. We want to know how much time you spend outside of BHE or after school hours donating your time to our BHE kids!

Baking treats for hospitality, workbasket items, shopping for Eureka experiments, planning programs, emailing your homeroom or committee members, etc. There are so many ways that you can volunteer off campus! Please log your hours on a regular basis. Every minute counts!


Thank you for supporting our Huskies!

Sarah Ponville

VIPS Coordinator

BHE Absence Reporting

Absence Reporting

Husky Families,

Starting on Tuesday, September 8th, if you need to report an absence please click on the link below and fill out the form. 

If you have more than one child to report please fill out separate forms for each child.  This is for both Face to Face and Virtual students.


Click here to fill the form.


Volunteers in Public Schools (V.I.P.S.)

While this school year will look a little different, volunteers will still be needed (including opportunities where volunteers can help from home.) 

If you would like to receive emails regarding upcoming volunteer opportunities at BHE please fill out the form here

New Beat, Same Heart #VIPSreimagined

Thank you,

Sarah Ponville

VIPS Coordinator

Join the BHE PTA!


Join here!

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