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  • Announcements:  February 15, 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.

    • CTE Students- You have CTE today!
    • Coffee Break is today after 2nd
    • There will be a Spanish Club meeting today during 2nd lunch in Mrs. Sanderson’s room.
    • LEO Club meeting is today at 1st lunch
    • Ski Club- Nubs Nob- Forms are due Monday!
    • 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. 
    • JUNIORS: If you missed the Co-op Informational Meeting on Monday, February 11, please stop by Room 155 and talk with Mrs. Ewert. Co-op applications are due online with a resume by Friday, February 22.
    • The CTE Criminal Justice students continue their DriveSafe awareness initiative through lunchtime Friday. Stop by the table at lunchtime today and tomorrow, sign the poster, snap a selfie and post it on social media with the hashtag #DriveSafeBHS and your school could win the big DriveSafe assembly and bragging rights over all your rivals. You must use the #DriveSafeBHS hashtag for your entries to count.
    • STEM @ SVSU is excited to announce the 2019 Dow Science and Sustainability Education Center Summer Research Program. High school students currently in grades 9th - 11th are encouraged to apply for this incredible paid opportunity by March 22, 2019. In addition, Middle School and High School STEM teachers are also encouraged to apply for this paid internship opportunity by March 15, 2019. Please see the attached documents for more information. Application materials are also available on our website .


    Counseling News:   Dual Enrolled Students- Get your testing done!!!

    Seniors, be sure to check the counseling website for new scholarships!

    Events results:   8th grade boys Basketball- B team won 30-5.  Tyler South had 18 pts, David Dorman 9.  A Team won 39-36.  Alex Pahl had 9 pts, Colton Compton 8 pts and Logan Love and Alex Killian had 7 each. 7th Grade results not reported.  Varsity girls basketball defeated Roscommon last night.

    Upcoming Events:   Boys Basketball play at Roscommon tonight.  Please dismiss them at 2:30.   Bowling has their JPC Singles Tournament tomorrow in Clare. 


    Happy Birthday:   Happy Birthday to Milo DeMoines and Samir Ghaith!

    Today’s Lunch Menu:    Lasagna Style Pasta Bake, Chicken Fried Rice

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    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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