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Two BG Seniors Graduate with a College Degree

Two Blooming Grove Seniors, Daniel Grimes and Savannah Riddell, have graduated from Navarro College with an Associate of Science degree. Daniel plans to attend Tarleton State University and major in Computer Science. Savannah plans to attend McMurry University to major in Theater Education. We are very proud of their accomplishments.
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BGISD Welcomes New Athletic Director

Blooming Grove ISD is proud to announce Mr. Ervin Chandler as our new Athletic Director and head football coach. Coach Chandler graduated from Ennis High School and earned his Masters of Education from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. He brings 14 years of coaching experience and a belief in small school settings.
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School Immunizations & Sports Physicals

For one day only, the Navarro County Health Department is hosting a Saturday Schoolers Clinic on Saturday, May 18th from 8am-12 noon. Walk-ins only! No appointment needed! For immunizations, they accept:
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Youth Expo Week - Bus Route Change

Bus #17-1 and #17-2 that pick up and drop off at the Navarro County Youth Expo will pick up and drop off during the week of the NCYE (March 25-29) at the Westhill Church of Christ at 3400 W. Hwy 22.
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Cafeteria News!

Coming April 1st! BGISD will be launching a new online service for parents regarding their student's lunchroom account. Detailed information coming soon!
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BG Friends of Youth Dinner and Auction

Join us on Saturday, March 16th at 6:00 PM in the elementary cafeteria for the Blooming Grove Friends of Youth dinner and auction. It will begin with beans, cornbread and dessert followed by a live auction at 6:30 PM.
Blooming Grove 4H, FFA, and FCCLA members showing projects at the Navarro County Youth Expo are encouraged to attend and bring an auction item.
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Keep Your Germs To Yourself

COVER YOUR COUGH
Use a tissue to cover your mouth and nose when you
cough or sneeze. No tissue around? Your sleeve will do.

WASH YOUR HANDS
Wash your hands often. Scrub for at least 20 seconds
with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand cleaner.

STAY HOME
If you get sick, stay home until you’re well so you don’t
spread your germs. Steer clear of others who are sick.

If your child is running fever, keep them home until they have been 24-hours fever free.

KEEP YOUR GERMS TO YOURSELF - STOPPING THE FLU IS UP TO YOU
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