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  • Announcements:  February 21, 2018

    I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible; with liberty and justice for all.

    • Boys Basketball Parents’ night is tomorrow night. Please stop in the office and fill out the form for the announcer.
    • HS Pep Band this Friday. Report by 6:15 pm.
    • Spanish Club will be selling for the Pulsera Project at lunch and all home games this week. Bracelets are $5 and Purses are $10. 
    • Seniors, the Senior Survey for the yearbook will be passed out in English classes with extra copies in the office. Follow the directions carefully and return it to Olyvia Tremper, Mr. Oldenburg, or Ms. Fitz by next Wed. Feb 27.
    • Mock Rock is March 15th. Sign up in the office until Friday March 1st.  Open to 7th through 12th
    • Educational Talent Search will be hosting an SAT prep event on Saturday March 9th from 10am-1pm here at Beaverton High School. Along with some fantastic study techniques you'll also get lunch!! Sign up by emailing
    • Juniors: Co-op Applications for next year are due this Friday (that’s tomorrow!) online at You must include a resume.  If you need additional information, please see Mrs. Ewert in Room 155.
    • Seniors- If you have not ordered a cap & gown yet you need to see Mrs. Marcoux in the office asap.
    • The cost of a yearbook goes up from $45 to $50 on March 1st. See Ms. Fitz to purchase. 
    • CTE Month Fast Fact of the Day: Studying Agricultural Science can set you up to be employed in Michigan’s second-largest industry, one that contributes $100 billion to the state’s economy and employs 22 percent of the state’s total workforce. CTE can prepare you for college, for a career and for life. Want to learn more? See your counselor and visit com.


    Counseling News:   Seniors heading to CMU should check the school website--the Joseph P. Carey scholarship is for CMU bound Beaverton students only!! Scholarship deadlines are fast approaching-- Midland Community Foundation closes on March 1st MEA needs to be received in the mail by March 6th Local scholarships close on March 15th Mid Michigan College closes on March 31st DON'T DELAY--GET THAT MONEY TODAY!!!

    Events results:  8th grade Boys Basketball- B team lost 20-24, with Tyler South getting 8 pts, Tanner Hipkins and David Dorman 4 pts, and Dominic Hall and Zach Bordeau adding 2 pts each.  A team won 29-5.  Colton Compton lead with 16 pts, followed by Alex Killian with 9 and Tommy Vertes 4 pts.   Beaverton Boys Basketball teams took two out of three at Clare last night. The Varsity edged the Pioneers in a gritty win, 48-43 behind Jarrett Inscho's 21 points. The JV-A team fell 58-46. Kyle Hall led the Beavers with 13 points and Michael Hartwell added 10. And the JV-B squad won 47-34, led by Mitchell Hall's 16 points and Kyle Rood's 10 points. All three teams wrap up their regular seasons Friday night at home against Gladwin. 

    Upcoming Events:    Girls Basketball travels to Gladwin tonight.  MS Boys basketball will be hosting Clare tonight.


    Happy Birthday:   no student birthdays today

    Today’s Lunch Menu:    Mashed potato & chicken bowl, Tacos

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    The City of Beaverton was recently designated a "Rising Tide Community" by the State of Michigan!  The mission of the Rising Tide initiative is to provide communities with the tools they need to design and build a successful economic framework.  Part of that framework is ensuring that working families have adequate opportunities for child care.  To that end, please participate in a voluntary survey via this link only if you have children requiring child care:

    Thank you for assisting with this important data gathering.  Susan M. Wooden, Superintendent

    Re-adopted September 28, 2015 
    Beaverton Schools, in partnership with the community, will ensure an environment in which all students acquire skills necessary for lifelong learning and responsible citizenship. 

    Re-adopted September 28, 2015 
    Beaverton Schools provides students the best opportunity to learn, develop, and be prepared for success in higher education, career, and community.

    Newly-adopted September 28, 2015
    As the Beaverton Schools Board of Education performs its sworn duties to oversee a district that produces young adults properly prepared for life and learning, it does so with these assurances to staff, students and parents:

    Beaverton Schools will offer a quality education to all students to prepare them for their next chapter in life.

    We’ll take care of your kids by ensuring a physically safe and well-maintained environment where students thrive and the community has a sense of pride.

    We’ll take care of your money by exercising keen fiduciary oversight at all times to benefit the district as a whole.

    We’ll give our students and teachers the tools they need by providing leadership and support to create and sustain an open and flexible environment.

    The Board will listen more than we speak as one organization and in one consistent voice.

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