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Black Student Achievement Program (BSAP)

About Us!

“Successful Black student achievement is defined by high academic performance, strong social-emotional awareness and management, and a positive cultural identity…” - BSAP Mantra


At Narbonne, the BSAP Team is committed to supporting and elevating Black students to attain the goals set forth for them in the BSAP Mantra. Our team consists of one Administrator, one Coordinator, three School Climate Advisors, two Psychiatric Social Workers, two Pupil Services and Attendance Counselors, and a Restorative Justice Advisor. 


If you need our services or resources, please come visit us in E1. 

Our Vision
 
To support and elevate Black students to reach their highest potential. 
Our Mission

To create an environment that holds and maintains a safe space to empower Black students to attain high achievement, high academic performance, achieve social-emotional awareness, and positive cultural identity through mentorship, exposure to authentic and diverse representations of blackness, and stressing the importance of reaching back.

Free Prom Dress Opportunity!
Junior and Senior young ladies!
 
If you are attending Narbonne's Prom in May and in need of a dress, here is your opportunity to apply and receive a free dress if selected from Maria's Closet https://www.mariasclosets.org/.  Download the forms (4 pages) or come by E1  and see Ms. Backstrom to pick up an application.  Completed applications are due no later than midnight March 27, 2022 to [email protected].
 
Good Luck! 
Parent/Guardian and Student Survey
 
Hello BSAP Family!
 
Please take a few moments to fill our our BSAP survey!  Your input is important to us!
 
 
Black College Expo
 
Hello parents/guardians and students!
 
Next Saturday, February 19th, 9am - 2pm Narbonne High School BSAP students have the opportunity to attend the Black College Expo free of charge.  If you or your student would like to attend, please see Ms. Smith in E1 for a trip slip. 
 
Deadline to pick up a trip slip is Thursday, February 17th.

 

Black Lives Matter at School Week!

 

The Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action begins January 31, 2022. The goal of Black Lives Matter at School is to spark an ongoing movement of critical reflection and honest conversation and impactful actions in school communities for people of all ages to engage with issues of racial justice. 

 

Attached are some resources you can use individually or in the classroom. 

https://neaedjustice.org/black-lives-matter-at-school/

https://www.blacklivesmatteratschool.com/

HBCU Summit Series
Hello BSAP family!
Narbonne BSAP students have an opportunity to participate a FREE (YES FREE!) virtual HBCU Summit Series on Saturday, December 4, 2021 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. Attached below you will find a flyer with the registration link and an email if you have further questions.   Last day for registration is Thursday, December 2nd. 
 
Have a great day and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
November BSAP Parent Meeting
Hello Parents and Guardians!
 
The Black Student Achievement Program will have our 2nd Parent Meeting on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 from 6:00pm 7:00pm. Please use the attached link to register for the meeting.
 
 
 
Meeting ID: 
822 9635 6483
 
Thank you and see you on Wednesday!
Parents and Guardians!
If you are interested in being apart of Narbonne's BSAP Family, please fill out the attached link!
 
BSAP Parent Meeting
Hello Parents and Guardians!
 
The Black Student Achievement Program will have our first Parent Meeting on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 6:00pm 7:00pm.  
 
Please use the  below attached link to register for the meeting:
Register in advance for this meeting:
 
Thank you and see you next Wednesday!