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  • BES Student Registration for the 2017-2018 School Year
    BES STUDENT REGISTRATION
    *ALL current students must pre-register for the 2017-2018 school year. All students can register for the 2017-2018 school year, to include kindergarten, new, and current students on June 12th-16th and July 18th-21st from 10:00-6:00. Parents must provide 2 proofs of residency with the current physical 911 address. The proofs of residency must be dated June 1, 2017 or later. The proofs of residency must be in the parent's or legal guardian's name. 

    * Parents must present state issued photo identification.

    The two current proofs of residency should be one of the following: current utility, water, or garbage bill, lease or rental agreement, mortgage statement or property deed, bank statement, car tag registration and insurance, check stub or any official governmental mailings such as MDHS, CPS, TANF, or Medicaid. 

    The 2017-2018 school year will begin on Monday, August 7, 2017.
Principal's Message from Mrs. Milony Jenkins
Principal's Message from Mrs. Milony Jenkins
Greetings from Byhalia Elementary School….Where there is Brilliance in Every Student!! At BES, we celebrate the individuality of all students. We strive to challenge every student through rigorous, quality, creative instruction, and reflective practices. It is our duty to provide a safe, supportive, and positive learning environment for all students. It is our mission to meet each child where they are, in order to build a solid academic foundation and help foster the development of model citizens, eventually preparing them for success in the global community.

Mrs. Milony Jenkins,
BES Principal
Parent and Community Involvement
Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year

Ms. Tokela Smith is a native of Byhalia, MS. Here she completed her schooling and graduated as Byhalia High School's 2007 Senior Class Salutatorian. In 2011, she graduated from The University of Memphis with a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education. She continued her pursuit of higher education and attained a Masters of Education in Literacy from the University of Mississippi in 2014. Ms. Smith has taught kindergarten at Byhalia Elementary School for five years.

In addition to teaching, Ms. Smith serves as a mentor teacher and elementary cheer sponsor. Ms. Smith is an active member of MPE (Mississippi Professional Educators) and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She is an active member of Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church where she serves on the leadership committee as well as a youth leader and mentor. In her spare time she enjoys riding her bike and going to Zumba.

Ms. Smith is passionate about ensuring that her students succeed. She works to bring out the best in her students every day by building a rapport that lasts. She believes that “to teach is to touch a life forever.”
Notes from Gifted Discovery
Notes from Gifted Discovery
Byhalia Discovery Gifted is 51 students strong! We are busy unwrapping Egypt this year. Students vote each year as to a theme they wish to base their studies around. Students are demonstrating the following skills: critical thinking, creativity both acting and artistic, communication spoken and written, research, self-directed learning and working in groups.
-Mrs. Chitwood
  • COUNSELOR'S CORNER
    COUNSELOR'S CORNER
    Students received a principal/student luncheon as an incentive for being the over all winner of the Student/Citizen of the month. The chosen students' names are placed in the drawing for the student/principal luncheon each month. These students were chosen because they exhibited behavior in the classroom ranging from positive attitude in carrying out his/her student responsibilities to demonstrating knowledge of controlling and maintaining their behavior. Pictured counterclockwise are: Jeremy Littlejohn (Assistant Principal), Milony Jenkins (Principal), Alan Salazar-Lopez, Richard Patino, Vicente Estrada, Joseline Barreto, Darren Fant, Jordan Mills, Jayla Lofton, Lynda Alvarez, & Tynice Miller. Not pictured is Allison Brock.
  • Counselor's Corner
    Byhalia Elementary Students were blessed with an abundance of gloves and hats by students from the Northwest Mississippi Community College Southaven, MS campus. Students from various classes donated gloves and hand-made hats to needy students at Byhalia Elementary School. Pictured here are: NWCC Student Alex Barber, BES students; Jayden Monger, Katelynn Hamilton, Randal Hood, and NWCC Student Ebone Lipsey.
  • COUNSELOR'S CORNER
    COUNSELOR'S CORNER
    Students received a principal/student luncheon as an incentive for being the over all winner of the Student/Citizen of the month. The chosen students' names are placed in the drawing for the student/principal luncheon each month. These students were chosen because they exhibited behavior in the classroom ranging from positive attitude in carrying out his/her student responsibilities to demonstrating knowledge of controlling and maintaining their behavior. Pictured counterclockwise are: Jeremy Littlejohn (Assistant Principal), Milony Jenkins (Principal), Alan Salazar-Lopez, Richard Patino, Vicente Estrada, Joseline Barreto, Darren Fant, Jordan Mills, Jayla Lofton, Lynda Alvarez, & Tynice Miller. Not pictured is Allison Brock.
  • COUNSELOR'S CORNER
    Students received a principal/student luncheon as an incentive for being the over all winner of the Student/Citizen of the month. The chosen students' names are placed in the drawing for the student/principal luncheon each month. These students were chosen because they exhibited behavior in the classroom ranging from positive attitude in carrying out his/her student responsibilities to demonstrating knowledge of controlling and maintaining their behavior. Pictured counterclockwise are: Jeremy Littlejohn (Assistant Principal), Milony Jenkins (Principal), Alan Salazar-Lopez, Richard Patino, Vicente Estrada, Joseline Barreto, Darren Fant, Jordan Mills, Jayla Lofton, Lynda Alvarez, & Tynice Miller. Not pictured is Allison Brock.
  • BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
    BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
    BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
  • BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
    BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
    BES Student/Citizen of the Month May Winners
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