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Welcome to Bedford Heights PTA!

It Takes All of Us!

2020 - 2021 NEWS


At Bedford Heights Elementary, we pride ourselves in providing positive and enriching experiences for our students, faculty and staff, however, we cannot accomplish this without many hearts and hands working together! Please consider volunteering at the school, even if all you have is 30 minutes...there is no amount of time that is too small or unappreciated. We have many opportunities for you to assist the school and PTA.


Simply complete the form below and a PTA Representative will contact you! The PTA thanks you in advance for considering a volunteer position at Bedford Heights Elementary!

Volunteer Opportunities


Bedford Heights PTA does so much for our children.

Did you know our PTA provides:


A field trip for every student
Daily kindergarten snacks & an emergency lunch/snack fund
Scholarship each year to a former BHE student

Birthday dessert, pencil & button for every student

Class parties

Costumes and Supplies for Grade Level Programs & Events

Award Recognition for Various Activities

Arts in Education Activities

Assisted in the purchase of the awning in front of the school

Purchased the canopy over the playground and Digital sign outside the school and a the new sound system
Host to numerous luncheons for the teachers throughout the year and each teacher is honored on their birthday

Host to numerous events during the school year that include:

- Fall Carnival

- PTA Welcome Breakfast & Dinner

- Generation Day

- Pancake Breakfast & Santa Workshop

- Santa USA Penny Drive

- Family Reading Night

- Field Day Snacks & Activities


Please keep in mind, that just because you decide to join PTA does not mean you have to be a volunteer. PTA membership indicates you support the PTA in our efforts to make our school a better place for our children.



All volunteers in the H-E-B ISD have to have an annual background check completed.  Background checks for all of our volunteers need to be done using the current, more comprehensive, system.


Parents that are interested in being a chaperone on their child’s field trip should complete one of the Volunteer Background Checks.  Only parents that have current Background Checks will be eligible for the drawings to be a grade level chaperone for a field trip!



Educational Clothing & Shoes Recycling Initiative

PLEASE DON’T THROW YOUR CLOTHES AWAY! Recycle your clothes & shoes in our new

BEDFORD HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Clothing Bin. Every pound of clothing & shoes recycled in the new bin is an opportunity to give to the Bedford Heights PTA

• DID YOU KNOW? All clothing, shoes & textiles are mandated by the state to be recycled along with items we are used to recycling such as bottles, cans, plastics, cardboard and newspapers.

• 85% OF CLOTHING & TEXTILES ARE DISCARDED INTO LANDFILLS! (source: 2012 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Facts & Figures).


Textiles include items made from cloth or artificial fabric, like vinyl. Nearly all textiles can be recycled, such as:

• CLOTHING: Pants, jeans, skirts, dresses, suits, shorts, shirts, tees, tanks

• OUTERWEAR: Coats, jackets, gloves, hats, scarves

• FOOTWEAR: Shoes, boots, heels, sneakers, sandals, socks, tights

• UNDERGARMENTS: Bras, underwear, slips, camisoles

• ACCESSORIES: Hats, belts, ties, scarves, headbands

• HANDBAGS: Wallets, totes, luggage, backpacks, briefcases

• LINENS: Towels, sheets, comforters, blankets, tablecloths


• Electronic Sensors Monitor Bin Fill Levels to Avoid Overflow

• Carbon Footprint Reduction

• Clear Air Preservation

• Reduced Energy Consumption

• Water Conservation

• Woodland Conservation

• Reuse Clothing & Accessories

BEDFORD HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL and Clothes Bin® have partnered to collect and recycle old clothing, shoes and textiles! So, please do not throw them away! Just place the items in the green recycling bin in our parking lot.  Every pound of recycled items supports our school! 

Below is a list of items that can be placed in our bin:

Clothing:  pants, jeans, skirts, dresses, suits, shorts, shirts, tees, tanks 
Footwear:  shoes, boots, heels, sneakers, sandals, socks, tights 
Undergarments:  bras, underwear, slips, camisoles 
Accessories:  hats, belts, ties, scarves, headbands 
Handbags:  wallets, totes, luggage, backpacks, briefcases 
Linens:  towels, sheets, comforters, blankets, tablecloths

As you clean out the old and bring in the new, you can help the environment and Bedford Heights Elementary too! 


The ability to monitor a student’s grades and any assignment information can now be securely viewed from an Internet Browser at home or office through our Grade Access feature.  This secured access requires an Internet connection and a confidential user name and password issued to the parent/guardian by the school.


An additional feature is an e-mail notification system.  Parents have the flexibility of choosing which report or notifications they would like to receive and how often they would like to receive them.

We hope you take advantage of another way to help with your child’s academic success.



We ask that all interested parents come to the Bedford Heights office to sign-up.  Grade Access will should be available beginning this week.  Thanks for your patience as we begin this service!



** Grade Access is not available to families of Kindergarten or 1st grade students due to the unique report cards and grading in those grade levels.



If you are a dad or that special male in your Bulldog’s family, the Bedford Heights’ Dad’s Club would like you to be a part of the group that is dedicated to helping make our school even better for everyone.


The Dad’s Club is looking to make a difference by demonstrating to the children that males can also be a positive influence at an elementary school. Plans include being morning and afternoon greeters, being organized for events to function as a go-to team for heavy labor, and even offer their handyman services for various projects around the school!


Details can be obtained by e-mailing your name to:  bhe.dadsclub@gmail.com or visit http://eepurl.com/bTzWrP


Your participation would be greatly welcomed!



Are you in a transitional living situation due to financial hardship or loss of housing?  Are you doubled up with friends and family, living in a hotel or motel, living in a shelter, or living in a car or unsheltered space?


There are services to help you!  Call HEBISD Family Support Services at 817 399-3470.

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