Beaverton Rural Schools

Preparing Students for Success in the 21st Century

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  • Announcements:  April 18, 2019

    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.

    • Need any baked goods for the holiday weekend? The Forensics team can help! They are having a Bake Sale Friday 4/19 and Saturday 4/20 at Fruchey’s Foods in town. Think cakes, cookies, brownies, etc. Proceeds go towards the Mackinac Trip. See you there!
    • Order forms for Track Jackets are in the office.
    • 7th and 8th Grade Students must have outstanding behavior at school in order to attend the Loons Game and Mackinaw Island Field Trip by: passing at least 5 out of 6 classes on the day of the field trip. Starting on Monday, April 15th, those students who accumulate more than 3 lunch detentions for behavior, more than one after school detention for behavior, or more than one day out-of-school suspension will be excluded from the field trips. Beaverton Jr/Sr High will only take those students who show outstanding character as they will be representing our school.
    • There will be a Jr. High School Semi-Formal Dance tonight in the cafeteria from 6-8 pm. Cost to get in is $5.00. Pizza will be for sale for $2.00 a slice, bottled water for $1.00, and snacks will be available at no Also, bring your phone because we will have a designated area set up on the wall to take selfies!! Please come looking your best!!
    • Stacie Korbinski, with the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant, will be at Jr/Sr lunch hour Tuesday April 23. This year's pageant is June 22 and is open to girls that will be 16-18 years old by that date.

    First practice and parent Meeting will be April 30 6:30-8 pm at the BAC.  Questions? Call\text Stacie at 989-313-1908

    • CLASS OF 2021: If you are interested in becoming a part of the Michigan High School Athletic Association Student Advisory Council Class of 2021, you can pick up an application in the office. Applications are due on Wednesday, April 24th.
    • Want to help the community? Interested in being a firefighter? Join the Beaverton Fire Cadet Program! There is a meeting on May 8th at 6:30 pm at the Fire Hall.
    • Prom tickets are still on sale for $40. Today is the last day!  Please see a member of the Junior Class during lunch in front of the Library.

    Counseling News:   Any new or returning students interested in dual enrollment for the fall need to sign up to speak with our dual mentor, Lindsay Golden. Lindsay will be here Monday and Tuesday of next week, sign up in the counseling office!

    Any dual enrolled student NOT doing well in their current courses needs to speak with Mrs. Phillips asap.

    Event Results: Varsity Softball won last night 22-2 over Grayling.

    Upcoming Events:   Varsity Softball and Baseball play Breckenridge tonight at Breckenridge.

       

    Today’s Lunch Menu:  Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Tacos

     

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  • DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
    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. 

    DISTRICT VISION STATEMENT
    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.

    BOARD GOALS
    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:

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

    SAFETY
    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.

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

    GROWTH AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
    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.

    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
    The Board will listen more than we speak as one organization and in one consistent voice.

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     (989) 246-3000

    Elementary School
     (989) 246-3020

    Junior/Senior High School
     (989) 246-3010

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