Educational Impact AwardsThose who display leadership and commitment to the district by making a positive, noticeable and significant impact.
Ms. Cassandra Barnhart
Ms. Barnhart is a passionate and hardworking teacher who makes a tremendous impact at BPE. She is willing to work with any child who needs her, and pitches in wherever she sees a need. Ms. Barnhart brings attention to our teaching assistants with her "TA Spotlight" at morning assembly. This spotlight shows her appreciation for the hard work she sees in others and gives our staff the recognition they deserve. Ms. Barnhart is positive and enthusiastic, and we are lucky to have her around!
Heroes AwardThose who perform an outstanding achievement that brings prestige to Eanes ISD, or do something that goes above and beyond the call of duty.
Bea Rivera, Francisca Aguilar, Sergio Rodriguez, and Cody Weatherford
Bridge Point's custodians are true heroes to our campus! Not only do they make our school sparkle and shine, but they are an integral part of who we are as a community. They are a model of teamwork and always have a "can do" attitude. They never hesitate to help with the smallest or biggest job at our school...it is all accomplished with speed, skill and a smile. Our custodians are loved and appreciated by our students, staff and parents. They are a part of our family and we thank them so much for everything they do.
Innovation AwardThose who implement a creative or innovative program, teaching method, cost-savings, etc.
Ms. Patience Jones
Ms. Jones' enthusiasm for teaching and learning is absolutely contagious. Her spirit and creativity has taken our already exemplary music program to a higher level. This year, Ms. Jones implemented Showbie into the music program and worked with countless parents to help their kids work with the program at home to practice. Even technical glitches couldn't stop Ms. Jones as she kept on trying. Ms. Jones' up-beat teaching style, willingness to take risks like incorporating more technology into our music program and her innovative teaching style has made Bridge Point students feel loved, welcomed, supported and important. Her innovation is a tremendous asset to our team and we thank her for her creativity!
Good Samaritan AwardOne who displays compassion, selflessness, or courage by taking initiative
Ms. Suzi Prince and Ms. Anne Wilkerson
Ms. Prince and Ms. Wilkerson have been our May Madness co-chairs & have been volunteering in the PE department for at least 4 years now. We are so very grateful for their leadership, reliability, creativity, dedicated hard work & most importantly for their playfulness & laughter! It truly takes a village to make May Madness the success that it is, and these ladies are at the helm of the committee. They organize our 8 committee members & organize the 160-plus volunteers we have on the day of our event. We can't do it without them and can't thank them enough for all of the time & effort they spend on helping Bridge Point make May Madness what it is!