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705 Zaragosa, San Benito, TX 78586 Phone: (956) 361-6860 Fax: (956) 361-6868
Belles Dance Clinic

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counselor's week

Celebrating our wonderful counselor, Mrs. Leal who makes our day brighter!

Book Fair

Thank you PTA for a great luncheon!

100 days of school

Kinder students celebrating a Hundred Days of School!

school board recognition month

Thank you Millie Portillo and Lauren Portillo for presenting a small token of our appreciation to Vice President Sonia Weaver.

Perfect attendance

Congratulations to our Perfect Attendance winners!

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Principals Cabinet

Congratulations to our amazing Bobcats for making the Principal's cabinet!!!  Keep up the Good Work.

blood drive
Year book
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Belles Dance Clinic

YOUR CHILD MUST BE SCHOOL AGE FROM PRE-K TO 8TH GRADE • Report to SBHS gym between 9:15am-10:00am for registration and t-shirt pick up • Children should wear comfortable athletic wear and athletic shoes • Clinic will begin promptly at 10am (children will be separated into groups according to age) • Lunch will be provided at 12:00pm (feel free to send your child with drinks and snacks) • 1:45 pm SBHS gym doors will open to public and performance will take place at 2:00pm • Participation certificates and individual awards will be given out after each performance • Child must be picked up by parent/guardian immediately upon the conclusion of the clinic.
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Educational Murals:
Murals are most commonly found on the outer walls of buildings and often serve the purpose of depicting a community's people and their culture. Many community leaders and business owners have begun to use the indoor walls and hallways of these buildings to express the history of the building, or to represent the communities in which they are located. Educational Murals in public schools have proven to benefit the student population in more than one way. Not only are murals used to educate students in the areas of mathematics, reading, language, science and history, they also serve to develop pride and build bonding within the school. 
At Fred Booth Elementary students are surrounded by beautiful and engaging murals. Students question aspects of these murals to gain knowledge and teachers use them to teach lessons. Students have expressed a sense of pride and bonding with the school community. Ultimately, our school educational murals have become most beneficial for our students.
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