2023 – 2024 Broadmoor School Improvement Plan

2023 – 2024 Student and Parent Handbook

WherestheBus App 

Student Progress Center

Carpool Procedures

Carpool Procedures – Spanish

2023 – 2024 Pre-K Supply List

2023 – 2024 K-5 Supply List

2023 – 2024 District Calendar

Pupil Progression Plan

School Calendar

Little Bucs Blog

Broadmoor Continues to Celebrate Spanish Heritage Month

Connect with the Child Nutrition Program

Please connect with and follow EBR’s Child Nutrition Program.  This is where weekly breakfast and lunch menus will be posted as well as featured students and staff.

Broadmoor Elementary celebrates Spanish Heritage Month 

Texas Roadhouse Dine to Dash PTO Fundraiser was a huge success!

Broadmoor Elementary Dibels Night

Parent and Community Zone


I am truly honored to introduce myself as the new Interim Principal of Broadmoor Elementary and I am excited to be a part of this vibrant and nurturing community. My name is Kelly Savant and it is with great enthusiasm and a deep sense of responsibility that I begin my journey as the leader of this esteemed institution. 
Before I share my goals for our school, I would like to briefly introduce my professional background. I have been fortunate to have spent 14 years as an elementary school teacher and 5.5 years as an Assistant Principal. My experiences have given me a strong foundation in the intricacies of education and have prepared me to lead with compassion, understanding, and a commitment to excellence. 
My primary goals are as follows: 
1. Strengthen our academic programs by utilizing evidence-based teaching practices, enhancing teacher professional development, and continuously monitoring student progress to ensure academic excellence.
2. Foster a safe, respectful, and inclusive school culture where every student feels valued, supported, and encouraged to take intellectual risks. 
3. Enhance communication and collaboration between the school, families, and the community to better support student success and wellbeing.
4. Encourage the development of social-emotional skills and character education to empower students to become responsible and compassionate citizens.
5. Implement innovative and engaging learning experiences that inspire curiosity, creativity, and a passion for learning in our students.  
I am truly grateful for the opportunity to serve as your Principal. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns at I am confident that together, we can create a bright and prosperous future for our students and our community.

Louisiana approved for fourth round of Pandemic EBT benefits. The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) received approval for the fourth time to issue Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits to eligible children for the 2022-2023 school year. Louisiana will begin disbursing payments in early May to eligible households with children in grades K-1. There will also be childcare and summer benefits issued in the late summer, officials added. This is the fourth year Louisiana has issued P-EBT benefits. Since 2020, DCFS has reportedly issued more than $1.14 Billion in P-EBT benefits to more than 1.2 million children. According to officials, benefits are being issued in a tiered approach for school year P-EBT. It is based on the number of days a child missed due to COVID per month at a rate of $8.18 per day. Children who previously received P-EBT benefits will have school year 2022-23 and summer P-EBT benefits issued to their existing P-EBT cards.

National Disability Forum: Focusing on Aspects of Childhood Disability and Childhood SSI – Part 2
Wed May 17th 12:00pm – 2:00pm

The purpose of Part 2 of the forum is to learn from social service advocates, educators, pediatricians, other health professionals, researchers, social workers, foster care agencies, educators, and the public about:

  1. Failure to follow medically necessary or prescribed treatment and problems receiving medically necessary treatment for SSI child recipients
  2. Transitioning out of childhood disability
  3. Reality of provision of services for potentially disabled children

If you would like to participate, please register by Monday, May 15, 2023. After registration, you will receive an email with the MS Teams link. We are gathering information from our stakeholders about the forum’s topics through Engage SSA, an online feedback tool. Information can be provided until Friday, June 2, 2023.

We want to hear your ideas about:

  • What are some potential barriers that may make it more difficult for individuals to apply, or qualify for childhood SSI and/or childhood disability?
  • What can SSA do to help obtain more non-medical evidence, such as Teacher Questionnaires and Third-Party Activities of Daily Living Questionnaires for childhood cases?
  • What role can applicants play in obtaining this evidence?
  • What factors could prevent an applicant from following medically necessary or prescribed treatment?
  • How should non-compliance in following prescribed treatment factor into the adjudication of children’s claims?
  • What SSA services would best assist children with disabilities who are transitioning to adulthood?

If you have not used Engage SSA, please see the Engage SSA guide for details. While a login is required, all responses are anonymous, unless you choose to provide contact information. We hope you can join us, and we look forward to your participation. To learn more about the National Disability Forum, please visit

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Part 2: Substance Misuse Among Students with Disabilities – Guidance for Prevention Professionals
Thursday, May 18, 2023 2:30-4:00 pm CT

Even before the pandemic, demand for mental health and substance use services was increasing, especially for our nation’s young people. The COVID-19 pandemic has only made the situation more challenging, subjecting many young Americans to social isolation, loss of routines, and traumatic grief. Even though students with disabilities are at higher risk for substance abuse, in some states, a student cannot qualify for the Emotional Disturbance category of special education if drug abuse is the primary cause of the emotional or behavioral problems. It is important that preventionists have the appropriate knowledge and skills to include students with emotional or behavioral problems when delivering prevention services in schools. During this webinar we will discuss inclusive strategies that schools, parents, youth, and preventionists can use when delivering substance misuse prevention services for students with disabilities in a system where they have been overlooked or written off.

Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs Conference

In celebration of 33rd Anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs (GODA) will host its annual fully virtual conference July 24th-27th, 2023! Registration to the conference gives access to all sessions with one link. Conference attendees can choose which sessions they want to attend and join in on the zoom link. Register for the conference at

The conference will be packed with sessions on topics including:

  • “Why don’t they just leave?” In Their Own Words: A Panel Discussion on Disabilities and Barriers to Evacuating
  • An Epic Barrier Removal in Access to Quality Care Anywhere
  • Making Heads & Tails of the Fair Housing Act & Emotional Support Animals
  • Post Secondary Inclusive Education: A Student Perspective
  • Exceptional Lives: Online Parent Engagement Hub for Families of Kids with Disabilities
  • How Social Security Disability Benefits Planning Can Support a Successful Transition to Work
  • Post Secondary Apprenticeship for Youth (PAY Check): A pathway to employment
  • Assistive Technology (AT) A Toolbox for Student Success
  • Supporting Students with Disabilities Across Louisiana
  • Medicaid Unwind
  • Inclusivity in the Workplace – David’s Story
  • Disability or Disadvantage: How Poverty Impacts the Diagnostic Process in School-Aged Children
  • Foundations of Person Centered Practices
  • Supporting Youth with Emotional Disabilities: Strategies for Success
  • State Health Improvement Plan
  • Voting Accessibility
  • Disability and K-12 Education: A Panel Discussion
  • Louisiana’s Digital Equity Plan
  • Understanding Trauma: How to Support
  • Computing for Youth with Autism
  • Improving Service Options and Access for Individuals with IDD and Mental Health Needs


Please Register Using This Link

LDOE Family Summer Support Toolkit

Summer shouldn’t mean a break from learning. LDOE’s Family Summer Support Toolkit helps students avoid the summer slide. Math and literacy activities, guidance for students with disabilities and English learners, and social media templates to help stay connected with families. This new resource can be used by educators, students, homeschool families, community groups and organizations, and early care and education centers.

Summer Support Tool-Kit

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