Spicer Elementary’s Makerspace is a place where students can gather to create, explore, and invent by using a variety of materials, while working through the lenses of Science, Engineering, Journalism, and the Arts.
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> Click to View Spicer Makerspace Website
> Click to View Birdville ISD Makerspace Website
Makerspace is being added to all BISD libraries.
Congratulations to all the teams for a great competition! #BISDShines
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Spicer Elementary students recently won first place in the “National Two Different Colored Shoes Day” photo contest. The purpose of “National Two Different Colored Shoes Day” is to celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of humanity. Spicer used this day to talk to students about acceptance and empathy. These are two of BISD’s CORE values.
Congratulations to Spicer Elementary for being chosen as the first-place winner of the Positive Promotions’ Red Ribbon Week contest. Of the entries received, Spicer’s stood out the most for events held throughout the week, as well as for the way Positive Promotions products were incorporated into the school and community activities. The campus will receive a $300 check and plaque to acknowledge their efforts to raise drug awareness among students and throughout the community. Spicer’s Red Ribbon Week events will be highlighted on the Positive Promotions social media sites and website.
Haltom City Mayor Richard Hutchison recently recognized Spicer Elementary student, Lucy Link, for donating $200 of her quarter collection to help benefit the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society.