Monday, Sept 16
National Honor Society Info Night, 6:30-7:30. Theater. For juniors and seniors and their parents. Focuses on NHS selection process.
Tuesday, Sept 17
IB Diploma Orientation for juniors beginning the program and their parents, 6:00. Theater. (Any student in an IB class is welcome as well)
Thursday, Sept 19
College Information Night for seniors and parents, 6:30-8:30. Theater.
Thursday, Sept 19
Adventurelore Team Building for sophomores. During school. Students dress for a Wellness class.
Spirit Week. Pep Rally on Friday. (students only!)
Thursday, Sept 26
Level Change deadline.
Fri & Sat, Sept 27-28
Homecoming Weekend. Come enjoy a game and root for the Bulldogs!
Saturday, Sept 28
Homecoming Dance. Time TBD. BHS Commons.
Thursday, Oct 3
Financial Aid Night for seniors and parents, 6:30. Theater
Friday, September 13, 2019
I need your help minimizing disruptions to student learning. Because we’re a big school and there are lots of dismissals during any given day, your cooperation in following the dismissal procedures will help all students have less disruptions in class. The easiest way to dismiss your son or daughter is not the best way. The easiest way is to call the school when you need your child to be dismissed, but that is the most disruptive way. When that happens, a secretary calls the classroom, interrupts the lesson, and the teacher sends your son or daughter for dismissal. Imagine that happening once...twice...three times...or even four or five times per class, particularly at the end of the day. The best way to do it for a planned dismissal is for you to send your son or daughter in with a signed note listing the time for dismissal. They’ll use that note to get a pass from their assistant principal. When the time comes for dismissal, they either give the pass to their teacher at the beginning of class or when they get up to go, and they leave quietly. There is no interruption of a lesson when that happens. We do the same thing for athletic dismissals; no announcement or call is made, students get up and leave at the appropriate time. Unplanned dismissals are another matter. Calling 603-310-9007 the attendance line, emailing email@example.com or coming into the school is entirely appropriate in those instances, and we’ll find your child and dismiss them from class, please allow a reasonable amount of time for these last minute dismissals. For more details, please review the Parent and Student Handbook.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Red Storm Robotics looking for new Members:If you're interested in Engineering, Entrepreneurship, or Computer Science, try FIRST Robotics! Meetings are Mondays after school from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Starting September 16th in room C125. All are welcome! If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, September 5, 2019
Friday, August 30, 2019
Are you interested in diplomacy and international relations? Debate and simulation? Traveling and competing with other teams around the U.S.? If so, the BHS Model United Nations Team is for you! Learn more at our Information Sessions on Wed 9/4 at 2:35 PM or Thur 9/5 at 7:00 AM in Room 203/206. Contact Mrs. Corbin (email@example.com), or Mrs. Dudgeon (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.