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Kim Estes

I am an educator. a risk taker. creative. innovative. passionate. collaborative. a Starbucks addict. ready to get to work.

Stuff I Do At Work

BCHS Poetry Slam

I was thrilled to be invited to Ms. Boiles’ English 1 class at BCHS to help judge her class Poetry Slam Contest. The kids were great and there were some amazing poems recited throughout the day! I always love an opportunity to get back into the ELA classroom! ” order_by=”sortorder” […]

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FETC

The Learning Technologies Department was able to attend the Future of Educational Technology Conference in Orlando, Florida in January. My teammates Teresa Sumrall and Heather Sanders presented at the event. Lindsay Foster presented at an evening event for Discovery Education as well! We got to hear amazing keynote speakers and […]

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Office Christmas Party

Our annual Christmas party, provided by the legal firm that works with the district, is always fun. It’s great to get together and break bread. Then we clean off the tables and wrap gifts for families in our district who need a little help making their Christmas happen. I love […]

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Admin. Asst. of the Year

I was blessed to get to help work on the nomination packet for Darla Kester, Assistant Principal Secretary at Kerr Middle School for Admin of the Year. She made the finals! And while she didn’t take the top honor…she’s tops in our books! Congrats, Darla! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] […]

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Employee Banquet 2017

For the last couple of years, our department has run the green screen photobooth at the BISD Employee Banquet. Good food, honoring our retirees with rocking chairs from Cracker Barrel, students giving a bell to their favorite teacher, and lots of amazing teachers, administrators, and staff members. This year, it […]

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KMS Virtual Curriuclum Night

For weeks, I helped the KMS teachers create videos for the first ever KMS Virtual Curriculum Night. Instead of coming up to campus for curriculum night, parents could stay at home and watch videos created by the teachers starring their students. We also live-streamed some fine arts performances! 

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