Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the Beaverton Madrigal Theatre and Choir for an incredible performance of “Zany Little Thing Called Love” this afternoon. Thank you to the cast and choir members and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Kintner for all your hard work!
1 day ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Softball wins Pinconning Tournament today. 3-2 over Garber 17-1 over Pinny 9-8 over Alpena Nice job!!
1 day ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
CTE AWARDS ANNOUNCED! The Career and Technical Education awards were given out yesterday and Beaverton students did outstanding! Congratulations to all the students who are involved in CTE and especially to those who achieved awards. If you would like to watch the awards ceremony, it can be viewed here: https://rusty-govitz-g7vw.squarespace.com/news/2021/5/14/celebrating-success-the-2021-cte-student-excellence-awards
2 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
CTE AWARDS ANNOUNCED! The Career and Technical Education awards were given out yesterday and Beaverton students did outstanding! Congratulations to all the students who are involved in CTE and especially to those who achieved awards.
3 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: May 14, 2021 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. 1. Are you interested in learning about Robotics? The Beaverton Jr/Sr high school robotics team is welcoming anyone interested to attend one of their meetings. Learn how to design and create a robot to complete a variety of tasks. Meetings are after school on Tuesdays and Fridays in the annex building behind the Beaverton Elementary gym. Stop by the office for more information. 2. Winter Athletes Sports Uniforms are due to the office today. Invoices will be sent out next week. Also, all Athletic fees need to be paid. 3. 8th-11th Grade Students interested in being on the sideline cheer team during football season next fall should attend an interest meeting today in the library with Ms. Johnston. Get your lunch first, the report to the library. 8th Grade students will meet during your lunch time. 4. Students interested in running cross country next year should attend a meeting during the high school lunch in the library on Wednesday the 19th. Get your food first, then report to the library. Cross Country is a great way to meet new people in your own school and other schools. It consists of a 2 mile race for junior high and a 3 mile race for high school. It's a way for HS students to earn their varsity letter. If you haven't been involved in something at the beginning of the school year, we highly encourage you to give CC a try! 5. The seniors last day full day schedule on the 25 th . 6. DRESS CODE REMINDER: Students should consider the following questions when dressing for school: Does my clothing expose too much? Would I interview for a job in this outfit? Am I dressed appropriately for the weather? Do I feel comfortable with my appearance? Shorts must at least fingertip length when the arms and hands are naturally extended at the sides of the body. No headphones or ear buds visible in the classroom during instructional time, unless instructed by teacher. 7. The Beaverton Drama and Music Departments are proud to present their "Spring Madrigal Theatre" production tomorrow (May 15, 2021) @ 4 pm in the JSHS Gym.   This event is by Invite ONLY and not open to the public (:   Doors open @ 3:30 pm with cohort/reserved seating arrangements. Everyone is required to follow Covid protocols and wear a mask (covering mouth and nose).  Cast has practice TONIGHT (5/14) from 3:30 - 7 pm.  Be in costume and ready to start rehearsal by 3:30 pm     Mrs. Miller will let you know what time to report tomorrow.  Mrs. Kintner will have the bandroom open Saturday by 3 pm for Choir.  Please be in costume ready to warm-up by 3:30 pm The Beaverton Music Department presents their Annual Spring Concert/Awards Night on Monday, May 17th @ 6:30 pm in the JSHS Gym.    This event is by invite ONLY and not open to the public.  Doors open @ 6 pm with cohort seating arrangements.   Everyone is required to follow Covid protocols and wear a mask (covering mouth and nose).    Attire for musicians:  MS Bands (dark pants & band t) HS Band & Choir (dark pants & a dress shirt) 8. Prom 2021: “All Summer Long” sponsored by Parents/Community Members  This event is for Seniors and Juniors and their dates.  Tickets are available at Flower Scents in Beaverton ($5 per person) Deadline to purchase is June 1 st  The event will be held on June 16 th from 8-11 pm at the Waggerville Barn in Gladwin, MI Counseling: Weekend Events: Varsity Softball @ Pinconning Tourney – game starts at 9:00 am JV Baseball vs Standish Sterling- game starts at 10:00 am Varsity Baseball @ Standish – game starts at 10:00 am Event Results: Birthday: Joseph Shell Lunch Menu: Create: Breaded Chicken Drumstick & Cherry Crisp
3 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: May 12, 2021 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. 1. Are you interested in learning about Robotics? The Beaverton Jr/Sr high school robotics team is welcoming anyone interested to attend one of their meetings. Learn how to design and create a robot to complete a variety of tasks. Meetings are after school on Tuesdays and Fridays in the annex building behind the Beaverton Elementary gym. Stop by the office for more information. 2. Looking for a summer Job and 18 years or older? D & W Fine Pak in Gladwin has informational flyers in the office. 3. 8th-11th graders interested in playing volleyball next year: Please attend the interest meeting during lunch today. Get your lunch, then report to the library. 8th graders will meet during your lunch time. 4. Winter Athletes Sports Uniforms are due to the office by the end of the week. Invoices will be sent out next week. Also, all Athletic fees need to be paid. 5. National Guard will be here @ lunch today. Counseling: Tonight Events: Varsity Softball @ Farwell – Players release at 2:20 pm, bus leaves at 2:30 pm, game starts at 4:00 pm Varsity Track @ Clare - Player release at 2:50 pm, bus leaves at 3:00 pm, game @ 4:30 pm Event Results: Saturday and Sunday the Jr. Equestrian team of Darby McKimmy and Jadyn Bair competed in the MIHA District 6 equestrian meet at the Midland Fairgrounds.  The two girls ended up Division D Champions and was able to bring home some new hardware.  Softball won against Harrison 12- 0 in 5 innings and 15-0 in 4 innings. Baseball beats Harrison 13-2 and 12-2 Birthday: Laela Aldrich & Rebecca Wirt Lunch Menu: Create: Tater Tot Casserole
5 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Softball wins in Harrison 12-0 in 5 and 15-0 in 4. They have an impressive overall record of 19-2, 4-0 league! Baseball beats Harrison 13-2 and 12-2 with a 6-4 overall and 4-2 in the league. Both teams host rival Gladwin this Thursday. Track travels to Clare tomorrow. GO RED!
5 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: May 11, 2021 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. 1. Are you interested in learning about Robotics? The Beaverton Jr/Sr high school robotics team is welcoming anyone interested to attend one of their meetings. Learn how to design and create a robot to complete a variety of tasks. Meetings are after school on Tuesdays and Fridays in the annex building behind the Beaverton Elementary gym. Stop by the office for more information. 2. Looking for a summer Job and 18 years or older? D & W Fine Pak in Gladwin has informational flyers in the office. 3. 8th-11th graders interested in playing volleyball next year: Please attend the interest meeting during lunch on Wednesday. Get your lunch, then report to the library. 8th graders will meet during your lunch time. 4. Winter Athletes Sports Uniforms are due to the office by the end of the week. Invoices will be sent out next week. Counseling: Tonight Events: JV Baseball & Softball vs. Harrison, game starts at 4:oo pm Ms Track @ Meridian W/ Farwell, team members release at 2:50, bus leaves at 3:00 pm, meet starts at 4:00 pm. Varsity Baseball & Softball @ Harrison, players release at 2:20 pm, 2:30 bus leaves, 4:00 pm D & G. Event Results: Awesome Job Varsity Track, we took home 10 medals last night. Medals Faith Danialak: 3rd in discus and 2nd in Shot put and 5th in 200m dash Taylor McCormack: 3rd in Long Jump Taj Spencer: 5th in 300m Hurdles Mason Ptak: 5th in shot and discus Tessa Wohlschlegel 1st  in 1600m run, 2nd in 800m run, and 1st in 3200m run. Birthday: Logan Corrigan Lunch Menu: Create: Walking Tacos
6 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: May 10, 2021 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. 1. Are you interested in a fun summer camp that will help you become a beginning chef, or a skilled babysitter? Are you interested in a career in law enforcement? Or maybe you like to design video games, work on cars, create fun yard art work with plants and animals. If so, CTE summer Camp is for you. CTE Summer Camp is only $20 per session and will take place Monday June 21 st through Wednesday, June 23 rd . transportation for your school will be provided to and from camp each day. Sign-up sheets are in the office. Stop by and pick one up and have a great time learning more about high demand careers! 2. Are you interested in learning about Robotics? The Beaverton Jr/Sr high school robotics team is welcoming anyone interested to attend one of their meetings. Learn how to design and create a robot to complete a variety of tasks. Meetings are after school on Tuesdays and Fridays in the annex building behind the Beaverton Elementary gym. Stop by the office for more information. Counseling: Tonight Events: 9 th & 10 th Grade Track Meet @ Clare, Team dismissed at 2:20pm, bus leaves at 2:30, meet starts at 4:00pm Event Results: JV Softball wins Gladwin Tournaments beating Gladwin and Boyne City 20-7 Congratulations to all the athletes Friday at the Nite Trax Invite in Meridian.  Many of you made it into the final round even with the wind and rain.   Final Results: Noah Coffey: 3rd in High Jump, and 2nd in Long Jump, Tessa Wohlschlegel 3rd in 1600m run and 1st in 3200 m run.   Weekend Birthday: Michael Brueggeman Birthday: Alex Killian Lunch Menu: Create: Beef Hot Dog on Whole Wheat Bun
7 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
JV softball wins Gladwin tournament today by beating both Gladwin and Boyne City 20-7. Way to go and congratulations!
8 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements:  May 7, 2021 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. 1.     Are you interested in a fun summer camp that will help you become a beginning chef, or a skilled babysitter? Are you interested in a career in law enforcement? Or maybe you like to design video games, work on cars, create fun yard art work with plants and animals. If so, CTE summer Camp is for you. 2.     CTE Summer Camp is only $20 per session and will take place Monday June 21st through Wednesday, June 23rd. transportation for your school will be provided to and from camp each day. Sign-up sheets are in the office. Stop by and pick one up and have a great time learning more about high demand careers!     Counseling: Current dual enrolled students need to return any textbooks to Mrs. Phillips today, May 7th.  Students that so not return their books will be billed the cost of the textbook. If you are interested in dual enrollment and have not yet scheduled for fall classes see Mrs. Phillips sooner than later.   Tonight Events: Varsity Baseball & Softball @ Farwell, players release at 2:20 pm, bus leaves at 2:30 pm, game 4:00 pm and it is a drop & go. Track @ Meridian Nite Trax, release team members at 3:00, bus leaves at 3:10, meet starts at 4:00 pm. Event Results: Birthday: ???? Lunch Menu: Create: Burger Bar & French Fries
10 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Good morning! Today is the very last day to vote for Beaverton student artists in the Vans Custom Culture competition! We have made it to the top 50 in the entire nation (a huge achievement in itself!) and just need your help in the public vote! We have a good chance of winning $50,000 for first place, along with so much pride and confidence for the kids! Even four runners-up earn $15,000 each and an artist visit from Vans! Please take a moment to vote for Beaverton Junior Senior High School by clicking the link below- THANKS! https://customculture.vans.com/
10 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV and Varsity Baseball and Softball Games have been canceled today. Varsity Baseball and Softball make up date is tomorrow, Friday, May 5th, in Farwell at 4:00.
10 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
2021 Graduation Ceremony Will Be Held Outside! It is with great pleasure that I am announcing our graduation ceremony will be held outside on the football field. The date and time will remain Thursday, May 27th @ 7pm. Lineup is at 6:15pm. In case of inclement weather, the backup date will be one week later, Thursday, June 3rd. Same time, same place. In addition, each graduating senior will be awarded the normal 10 tickets. Tickets must be presented at the gate to get into graduation. Baccalaureate and parents night will still be held in the gymnasium the night before.
13 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: May 3, 2021 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. Counseling: Tonight Events: Event Results: Weekend Birthday: Harlie Lamson Today’s Birthday: Juliana Stacey Lunch Menu: Create: Philly Cheese Steak Bowl
14 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Softball wins both games in Lake City 19-2 and 20-0. Softball and baseball host Pinconning on Tuesday.
15 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 30, 2021 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. 1. Attention ladies 16-18 years of age!! Interested in having some fun and possibly winning some scholarships? It’s that time of year to sign up for the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant. If you are interested please stop in the office for some info. Counseling: Weekend Events: Varsity Softball @ Lake City Tournament vs Harrison @ 12:15 Event Results: Birthday: Skyler Burch Lunch Menu: Create: Chili Cheese Dog
17 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
PANDEMIC EBT INFORMATION: Important information for parents or guardians of student’s eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch at Beaverton Junior/Senior High School. What is the Pandemic-EBT Program? The Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program gives food benefits to families with children who were not able to get free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID. You may hear about this benefit from other schools or in the media. Who is eligible? Being eligible for this program will depend on what school your student attends. Eligibility for the Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program can be different between schools within the same district. What makes a school eligible for P-EBT? A school building is eligible only if the building has had 5 school days in a row of reduced in-person hours due to COVID. What could make my student eligible for P-EBT? 1) If the school they attend is eligible for P-EBT and 2) If your student normally gets free and reduced meals at school and 3) If your student is not getting instruction in-person for some or all the month. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issues P-EBT benefits based on: •How each school building reports their eligibility •How most of the students attend school during the month There may be months when your student’s attendance was different from what the school reported. In that case, you may be able to have your student’s benefit level reconsidered. Your request to be reconsidered must be submitted by June 30, 2021. In the month(s) below your school reported primarily in-person. Your student(s) may be P-EBT eligible if they attended class on-line, for some time or all the time in the following month(s): For more information, visit Michigan.gov/PEBT or call 1-833-905-0028.
18 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 28, 2021 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. 1. Ice cream bus is running 10 minutes late. 2. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 3. Attention ladies 16-18 years of age!! Interested in having some fun and possibly winning some scholarships? It’s that time of year to sign up for the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant. If you are interested please stop in the office for some info. 4. Madrigal people, practice today in the band room. Practice begins at 2:30, please be on time and ready to work. 5. Senior - Class of 2021: Have you Shared your Senior Picture and favorite baby picture with Mr. Oldenburg for the Yearbook spread yet? Have you Completed the Bio for the Gladwin County Record? Did you submit your t-shirt size with Mrs. Kintner? Taylor & Mya helped create items for the "Remember When" project. Please fill out your favorite memory slip and put it in the box in the front office. We will get these put up on the wall soon. We will get the walls ready for your "Countdown to Graduation" (32 days) and "Open House Dates" this week also. Counseling: Tonight Events: Track @ Gladwin w/ Harrison, student release at 3:05, bus leaves at 3:15pm, meet starts at 4:30 pm. Event Results: Ms Track results: Skylar Jezak placed 2 nd in 70 meters dash , 3 rd place in the 100 meters, & 2 nd place in Long Jump, Payton Corrigan placed 3 rd in 400 meter, Grace Hoag placed 3 rd in 800 meters. Birthday: Hope Vantiem Lunch Menu: Create: Burger Bar
19 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Congratulations is in order to Ms. Barnett and our art students, but we are not done yet! BJSHS Vans School Custom Culture submission was chosen as one of the top 50 in the nation. Please vote to make our students #1! Voting opens today at 9:00AM PST, please visit vans.com/customculture and vote for your schools submission! Voting is open to the public and we encourage you to get the word out to your school district, students, teachers and parents!
20 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 26, 2021 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. 1. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 2. Reminder that tomorrow, April 27th, all 7th grade students and seniors have a virtual field trip day and do not attend school. This is due to SAT/PSAT testing. More information has been sent to your school email. 3. Attention ladies 16-18 years of age!! Interested in having some fun and possibly winning some scholarships? It’s that time of year to sign up for the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant. If you are interested please stop in the office for some info. 4. Madrigal practice will be held in the band room tonight (4/26) from 3:15 - 5 pm. Do you have your lines down and ready to block? Refer to your schedule for future rehearsal dates and times. 5. The Music Department is excited to perform tonight for family members tonight (4/26). Doors open @ 6:30 pm with the concert beginning @ 7 pm. Students need to report by 6:30 pm. Details will be discussed in class. Mr. Watsa makes his conducting debut :) 6. Senior - Class of 2021: Have you Shared your Senior Picture and favorite baby picture with Mr. Oldenburg for the Yearbook spread yet? Have you Completed the Bio for the Gladwin County Record? Did you submit your t-shirt size with Mrs. Kintner? Taylor & Mya helped create items for the "Remember When" project. Please fill out your favorite memory slip and put it in the box in the front office. We will get these put up on the wall soon. We will get the walls ready for your "Countdown to Graduation" (32 days) and "Open House Dates" this week also. Counseling: Current dual enrolled students: Are you struggling in your courses? Are you worried about your ability to pass? See Mrs. Phillips before this Friday for your options!  Any Student interested in dual enrollment next school year needs to sign up sheet in the Library. Mentors will be here Monday. Tonight Events: None Event Results: Birthday: Kaelyn Fischer & Karley Fischer Lunch Menu: Create: Philly Cheesesteak Bowl
21 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 23, 2021 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. 1. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 2. Reminder that next Tuesday, April 27th, all 7th grade students and seniors have a virtual field trip day and do not attend school. This is due to SAT/PSAT testing. More information has been sent to your school email. 3. Attention ladies 16-18 years of age!! Interested in having some fun and possibly winning some scholarships? It’s that time of year to sign up for the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant. If you are interested please stop in the office for some info. 4. Seniors, there is a box in the office for remember when slips. Please stop in whenever you can and fill one out. 5. The Music Dept will be holding their first LIVE performance Monday evening (4/26) @ 7 pm in the gym.  This concert is not open to the public.  Musicians may invite FOUR family members.  A contact form must be filled out and submitted @ the "check in" table, prior to the concert.  We are following all safety protocols, as outlined by our Admin AND Health dept. 6. Seniors:  Check your GC within WIN (or virtual classroom) for Mrs. K's post on "End of year items".  She will be visiting your groups today to follow up. Counseling: Current dual enrolled students: Are you struggling in your courses? Are you worried about your ability to pass? See Mrs. Phillips before this Friday for your options!  Any Student interested in dual enrollment next school year needs to sign up sheet in the Library. Mentors will be here Monday. Tonight Events: JV Baseball & Softball vs. Birch Run, Player release at 2:50, game starts at 4:00 pm, Varsity Baseball & Softball @ Birch Run, players released at 1:30 pm, bus leaves at 1:45 pm, Game starts at 4:00pm. Saturday Events: JV Softball Tournament W/ Petoskey, Gladwin, & Cadillac, game starts at 10:00 am. Event Results: Varsity Softball won 9-4 & 10-0 against Sacred Heart Birthday: ???? Lunch Menu: Create: Chicken Alfredo, Broccoli, & Breadstick
24 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
It's that time of year again to order the 2020-2021 yearbook. Call the BJSHS office with any questions.
24 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 21, 2021 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. 1. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 2. Madrigal people we have practice today in the band room.  Please make sure you are present and on time. 3. Reminder that next Tuesday, April 27th, all 7th grade students and seniors have a virtual field trip day and do not attend school. This is due to SAT/PSAT testing. More information has been sent to your school email. 4. Attention ladies 16-18 years of age!! Interested in having some fun and possibly winning some scholarships? It’s that time of year to sign up for the Miss Beaverton Scholarship Pageant. If you are interested please stop in the office for some info. 5. Football Players stop by the office @ lunch to pick up awards. Counseling: Current dual enrolled students: Are you struggling in your courses? Are you worried about your ability to pass? See Mrs. Phillips before this Friday for your options!  Tonight Events: JV Softball vs Lake City, Varsity Softball vs. Lake City, Track @ Pinconning Event Results: Birthday: ??? Lunch Menu: Create: Cheeseburger Bar
25 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Today’s home jv and varsity softball game vs. Lake City has been canceled. Beavers host Sacred Heart tomorrow.
25 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA UPDATE ON SPORTS PHYSICALS: For the 2021-22 school year, an MHSAA pre-participation sports physical is required for all students who participate in sports. A physical examination must be completed on or after April 15, 2021 to be considered a valid physical for 2021-22. The MHSAA Health Questionnaire will not be in use for next school year. Here is a link to the physical form and they are available in the jr/sr high office: https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/physical2page.pdf
26 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Baseball wins big over Lake City in their season opener: 12-1 and 14-0 Varsity travels to Birch Run on Friday. Softball wins both games in Tawas with the same score of 8-6. Softball hosts Lake City on Wednesday. GO RED!
27 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 19, 2021 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. 1. Students: Reminders to keep social distancing, no loitering in the hallway. Gather all items from locker for your first 3 hours. You should be in class by 7:50 am. Mask need to be worn properly over the nose. 2. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken beginning tomorrow in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 3. Cap & Gown deliveries will be on April 20th from 11-12:10 in the Media Center. Also Cap & Gown pictures will be taken by Hick Studio at the time. 4. Madrigal people we have practice tonight in the band room.  Please make sure you are present and on time. We begin Monday at 3:30 and will discuss starting time for Wednesday. Counseling: Students: Are you interested in dual enrollment for next year? Check Mrs. Phillips' Counseling Corner for the recording. Students will register for dual courses on April 26th! Tonight Events: Varsity Baseball vs Lake City, player dismissal @ 2:50 pm. Varsity Softball @ Tawas, bus departs at 1:30, player dismissal at 1:30, game starts at 4:00 pm. JV Softball practice afterschool. Event Results: Track results from Roscommon Invitational: Medals taken home: Noah Coffey- 1st in long jump and High jump and 3rd in 100m dash Sydney Kaplan- 3rd in 100m dash and 5 in 200m dash, Mason Ptak- 5th in Shot Put Boys Relay took 3rd: Mason Ptak, Jaushua Lambert, Taj Spencer, and Noah Coffey. Belated Birthday: Morgan Welsh, Ashlynn Krzyzaniak, Laken Yott, Dakota Blaine, Alexis Grove, Sophia Swinson, Alisha Hendon, Aliea Bassage, Faithe Page, Alyra Krezenski, Sayer Gerow, Madylin Pahl, Tessa Wohlschlegel, Mya Jenkins, Haley Shaner. Lunch Menu: Create: Chicken Drumstick
28 days ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
And the winner is? Beaverton art students, under the direction of their art teacher Ms. Barnett, submitted their design for the Vans Custom Culture shoe design competition. The themes were Hometown Pride and Head in the Clouds. Good luck as we await the results of the competition!
28 days ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Softball Dar Grove Tournament Results: Beavers 13 Reese 7 Beavers 12Gladstone 2 Beavers 2 USA 5 in championship Softball travels to Tawas tomorrow. Varsity Baseball hosts Lake City tomorrow to kick off their season at 4:00. GO RED!
28 days ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Track Team kicked off its season today at the Roscommon Invite and performed very well! 1st in Long jump and high jump- Noah Coffey 3rd in girls 100 and 5th in 200- Sydney Kaplan 5th in shot put- Mason Ptak 3rd in boys 4 x 100 Relay- Mason Ptak, Taj Spencer, Jaushua Lambert, and Noah Coffey The Beavers run in Pinconning on Wednesday. The Dar Grove Softball Tournament is in Beaverton tomorrow. Beavers play Reese at 10:00 am, Gladstone at noon and USA at 2:00. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Middle School Track and High School Spring Athletes: We will test on Monday morning before 1st period begins in the gym. Please report to the gym immediately upon your arrival to school to get tested. If you haven't handed in your Consent Form and Code of Conduct Testing Form, please have those with you when you report to the gym in order to get tested. The forms were e-mailed again to student and parent e-mails for the spring teams. Senior work based athletes that can't make testing before school can be tested in the jr/sr high office when you arrive to school on Monday. Thank you and GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Softball teams beat Ithaca 6-3 in first game and comes from behind to win 9-8 in second game to go 4-0 on the season. Beavers host The Dar Grove Tournament this Saturday with Reese, USA and Gladstone. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
We’ve all been waiting a long time for spring sports season!! The Beaverton Softball team kicked off the season with great wins by scoring a lot of runs at Bay City Central tonight: 13-10 in 9 innings 10-9 Softball hosts Ithaca tomorrow at 4:00. Great work, ladies! GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Class of 2021 senior cap and gown pickup will be next Tuesday, April 20th, from 11:00am to 12:10pm in the media center. It is very important you make this date. Even if you did not order a cap and gown, we need your picture for the class of 2021 composite. Please make sure you are in attendance. This is for virtual and in-person seniors.
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
The SAT for 11th grade students has been rescheduled for April 27th! Pre-administration for the SAT will be on April 20th.
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
High School Spring Student-Athlete Testing Schedule for today: Softball- 3:00 at pavilion Track- 3:30 at red barn Baseball- 4:00 at field GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Looking for homework packets for the Jr/Sr High School? This week's homework packet (4.12.21 to 4.16.21) will be available after 4pm today, Monday, 4.12.21. Don't forget, all the homework is always available in each teacher's google classroom. If you have any questions call the BJSHS office.
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
In case you missed it, here is a link to the Bally Sports Detroit feature on Coach Roy Johnston. Thanks to all the fans, players and the community for making this story possible. A special thanks to Brent and Cameron Mishler for their contributions and thank you, Bally Sports Detroit, for the nice coverage! BEAVERTON STRONG! https://youtu.be/cgmdFnovg3U
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: Please tune in to Fox Sports Detroit, recently changed to Bally Sports Detroit, to see the feature on Beaverton Boys Basketball Coach, Roy Johnston. The story can be seen tonight during half time of the Division 2 Girls Basketball Championship Game that begins at 5:30. It will also be aired on Saturday during the Division 3 Boys Basketball Championship Game that begins at 3:00. Lastly, Bally Sports Detroit will tag the complete story on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook page, as well as post it on their social media outlets and website. Stay safe out there and GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Any State testing that is scheduled for next week (4/12 to 4/18) has been postponed. More information will follow, when available.
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: April 5, 2021 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. 1. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken beginning tomorrow in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 2. Madrigal people, practice tonight, Monday 3:30-5:30. In Mrs. Miller’s room #146. 3. Middle school Student Gov. will have a quick meeting at lunch today in Ms. Coughlin's room regarding the fundraiser that will be delivered tomorrow.  We will need help unloading the truck when it gets here.  4. Cap & Gown deliveries will be on April 6th from 11-12:10 in the Media Center. Also Cap & Gown pictures will be taken by Hick Studio at the time. 5. Class ring deliveries will also be on April 6th in the Media Center. Counseling: Students: Are you interested in dual enrollment for next year? Mrs. Phillips is hosting an informational dual enrollment night April 6th at 7:00. Check Mrs. Phillips' Counseling Corner the night of the event for the link or check in afterwards for the recording. Students will register for dual courses on April 26th! Tonight Events: Event Results: Girls Basketball lose to Hart in Regionals 55-31 Boys Basketball beats Mason County Central 74-51 to advance to Regional Finals Boys Basketball lost to McBain in the Regional Championship game 56-50 Congratulations to Jake Fischer on placing 2 nd in State Wrestling Competition. Spring Break Birthdays: Aaron Kelsey, Brayde Keeley, Cheyenne Smith, Jake Fischer, Raylin Jenkins, Samuel Sharper, & Luke Demoines Today’s Birthday: Connor Christian & Jordan Wheeler Lunch Menu: Crispy Chicken Breast Tenders, Soft Baked Pretzel, Baked Apple Slices
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Senior Wrestler, Jake Fischer, earns 2nd in the State in the Division 4, 285 weight class as he was defeated by Pasik from New Lothrop in the Championship. We are so proud of you, Jake. All your hard work paid off!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake Fischer up next on Mat 4, D4 on NFHS for State Championship!! GO JAKE!!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake Fischer’s Division 4 Individual State Championship Match will begin after the placement matches that start at 4:30. Let’s go, Jaje
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake Fischer hangs tough in the semi-final to advance on!!! Way to go, Jake, and stay tough! Hunter and Garret are defeated. We are proud of you!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake Fischer and Hunter Schaefer both pick up wins in the 2nd round. Keep up the great work!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake is wrestling on Mat 3.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Hunter is on deck. Mat 4, D4.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Hunter and Garret lose in first round. Garret has a bye second round. Hunter will wrestle before Jake in next round.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Hunter Schaefer will also be on Mat 1.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Garret Muma will be on Mat 1 for D4. Jake Fischer gets first round win!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jake Fischer is on deck and wrestling on Mat 5.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wishing our Wrestling State Final Participants a great day on the mat today: Sophomore Garett Muma and Seniors Hunter Schaefer and Jake Fischer. Wrestling begins at 10:00 am. The event is available on the NFHS Network. We will post mat assignments as received, so viewers know which mat to watch. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers lose in a hard fought game 56-50 to McBain in the Regional Championship. We are proud of you and congratulations on a great season! Thank you to all our loyal fans GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Here is the link to purchase tickets for tonight’s Boys Basketball Regional Championship Game. The Beavers play #1 ranked McBain at 6:00 in Houghton Lake. Limited tickets become available at noon. https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 The game is being live-streamed on hlcsk12.net GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball beats Mason County Central 74-51 to advance to the Regional Final against the winner of Glen Lake and McBain. The Regional Championship Game is on Thursday at 6:00 in Houghton Lake. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Boys Basketball Semi-Regional Final Game vs. Mason County Central at 5:30 in Houghton Lake will be live-streamed on the Houghton Lake High School Facebook Page.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Lady Beavers lose to Hart in Regional 55-31. Congratulations on a great season and we are proud of you! Thanks to all the fans for making the long trip. We appreciate our loyal fans! GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Today's Girls Basketball Regional Semi-Final Game vs. Hart at Maple City Glen Lake is at 5:00 p.m. Public tickets become available at noon today by clicking on this link: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 The game will be live-streamed on the NFHS Network. The Boys Basketball Regional Semi-Final Game vs. Mason County Central is in Houghton Lake on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Public tickets will become available at noon tomorrow by clicking on this link: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 Live-streaming information will be shared once information is received. Safe travels and GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball beats Pinconning 74-52 to be crowned District Champions! The Beavers advance to the Regional Semi-Final vs. Mason County Central in Houghton Lake on Tuesday at 5:30. Congratulations to Coach Roy Johnston for earning his 800th boys basketball win with tonight’s victory. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the following Beaverton Wrestlers for qualifying for the State Finals in today’s Individual Wrestling Regional in Carson City: Sophomore Garett Muma finished in 4th place Senior Hunter Schaefer finished in 3rd place Senior Jake Fischer finished in 2nd place These wrestlers will compete in the Division 4 State Finals at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids on April 3rd. Congratulations to Beaverton Bowlers, Xander Dell and Becca Claypool, for advancing to the Top 16 in today's Division 4 Bowling State Finals. WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!! GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
*Best wishes to our wrestlers: Jake Fischer, Hunter Schaefer, Garrett Muma and Seth Onweller. They compete in the Carson City Regional today at 9:30 am. The event will be live-streamed on the Carson City Facebook Page. *Best of luck to Xander Dell and Becca Ckaypool that are competing in the Bowling State Finals today. *Boys Basketball District Championship Tickets vs. Pinconning at 7:00 will become available at noon today by clicking on this link: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball beats Farwell in the District Championship 34-23! The Beavers advance to the Regional Semi-Final Game in Glen Lake on Monday at 5:30. More info to come! CONGRATULATIONS, LADY BEAVERS! GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
If you’re having difficulty finding the Girls Basketball District Championship Game on NFHS that begins in a couple minutes, search for Harrison High School and click on: Harrison vs. Beal City. That should lead you to the Lady Beavers game. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: General public tickets are now available for tonight's Girls Basketball District Championship Game vs. Farwell in Harrison at 6:00 p.m. Clink on link below to purchase: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 26, 2021 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. 1. Seniors: Graduation Survey closes @ midnight tonight. If you want your opinion to count - VOTE!! 2. It's Pizza Pizza Time. The Music Dept (and volunteers from the Class of 2023) are in week 3 of their Virtual Little Caesar Pizza Kit sale. Students set up accounts and can share ordering codes with family and friends. No more door to door sales and out of town/state orders are accepted! Place your order online, secure payment, and pizza will be delivered to your doorstep via FedEx within 7 days of purchase. 3. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken today in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 4. We need more girls and boys for track.  7-12th.  If you want to get fit for summer or stay in shape for fall sports, track is a great way to do that.  Come join us at 3:30. We would love to have you.   5. The boys beat Meridian last night in District play. What a nail biter!! The final score was 55 – 50! 6. Cap & Gown deliveries will be on April 6th from 11-12:10 in the Media Center. Also Cap & Gown pictures will be taken by Hicks Studio at the time. 7. Class ring deliveries will also be on April 6th in the Media Center. 8. Students: Are you interested in dual enrollment for next year? Mrs. Phillips is hosting an informational dual enrollment night April 6th at 7:00. Check Mrs. Phillips' Counseling Corner the night of the event for the link or check in afterwards for the recording. Students will register for dual courses on April 26th!  Counseling: Tonight’s Events: MSHSAA Girls Basketball Districts at 6:00 PM in Harrison We wish all of our teams and athletes the best in their competitions this weekend. Wrestling: Jake Fischer, Seth Onweller, Garrett Muma and Hunter Schaefer in regionals tomorrow in Carson City. Bowling: Xander Dell and Becca Claypool at the finals in Canton on Saturday. Boys Basketball vs Pinconning in District Championship on Saturday in Beaverton at 7:00 PM. Event Results: Birthday: Stella Govitz Lunch Menu: Pizza
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Boys Basketball Team defeats Meridian in an exciting OT game 55-50 to advance to the District Championship vs. Pinconning this Saturday at 7:00 in Beaverton. Pinconning defeated Harrison 44-28 in the semi-final tonight. General public tickets will become available at noon on Saturday for the boys district championship. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 25, 2021 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. 1. It's Pizza Pizza Time. The Music Dept (and volunteers from the Class of 2023) are in week 3 of their Virtual Little Caesar Pizza Kit sale. Students set up accounts and can share ordering codes with family and friends. No more door to door sales and out of town/state orders are accepted! Place your order online, secure payment, and pizza will be delivered to your doorstep via FedEx within 7 days of purchase. 2. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken beginning today in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 3. We need more girls and boys for track.  7-12th.  If you want to get fit for summer or stay in shape for fall sports, track is a great way to do that.  Come join us at 3:30. We would love to have you.  4.  Girls Basketball beat Pinconning 54-40 advancing To District Championship on Friday. They will play Farwell in Harrison. 5. Cap & Gown deliveries will be on April 6th from 11-12:10 in the Media Center. Also Cap & Gown pictures will be taken by Hicks Studio at the time. 6. Class ring deliveries will also be on April 6th in the Media Center. 7. At 3:00 today we will begin forming a tunnel down the long hallway for bowling state qualifiers: Becca Claypool and Xander Dell. The tunnel walk will begin at 3:05. 8. Please excuse band at 2:45 today. Members need to report to the band room. Counseling: Tonight Events: MHSAA Boys Basketball District v Meridian Event Results: Birthday: Lunch Menu: Mashed potato chicken bowl
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: The tickets for tonight's Boy's Basketball District Semi-Final Game vs. Meridian at 6:00 p.m. in Beaverton will be available at NOON today by clicking on this link below: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 There are a limited amount of general public tickets available so try to get on as soon as possible at noon. Ticket Gates Open at 5:00 and only people with the digital Go Fan ticket will be allowed in. The game will be live-streamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball plays Farwell in the District Championship.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball beats Pinconning 54-40 to advance to the District Championship on Friday at 6:00 in Harrison. Public tickets sales will be available at noon on Friday at same link for today’s game. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s 7:00 Girls Basketball District Basketball Games is available on the NFHS Network.
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball District Semi-Final Game vs. Pinconning in Harrison at 7:00 tickets are available by clicking on this link: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 24, 2021 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. 1. Students reminder that mask need to be worn to ride the bus. 2. A couple of students are collecting water bottles for a stem class project. The boxes are located in the gym and lunch room. Water bottles only and make sure they are completely empty! 3. Seniors: Graduation Survey closes @ midnight tonight. If you want your opinion to count - VOTE!! 4. It's Pizza Pizza Time. The Music Dept (and volunteers from the Class of 2023) are in week 3 of their Virtual Little Caesar Pizza Kit sale. Students set up accounts and can share ordering codes with family and friends. No more door to door sales and out of town/state orders are accepted! Place your order online, secure payment, and pizza will be delivered to your doorstep via FedEx within 7 days of purchase. 5. Madrigal Cast Member, No practice tonight. Memorize your lines over spring break. Practice will resume Monday, April 5th. 6. 2020-2021 Yearbook orders will be taken beginning tomorrow in front of the Media Center during lunch. The cost is $40.00. 7. We need more girls and boys for track.  7-12th.  If you want to get fit for summer or stay in shape for fall sports, track is a great way to do that.  Come join us at 3:30. We would love to have you.   Counseling: Tonight Events: MHSAA Girls Basketball District @ Harrison, Beaverton vs Pinconning Event Results: Birthday: ????? Lunch Menu: Burger Bar
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's MHSAA Boys Basketball District Games tonight in Beaverton will be live-streamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. 6:00 p.m.- Meridian vs. Beal City (Beaverton plays the winner of this game on Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.) 7:30 p.m.- Farwell vs. Harrison (Pinconning plays the winner of this game on Thursday @ 7:30 p.m.) Boys basketball parents will receive their ticket access codes via e-mail on Wednesday. General public can purchase tickets beginning at noon on Thursday by going to: https://gofan.co/search. Search for the Beaverton game, select and purchase tickets. Beaverton Girls Basketball plays Pinconning at 7:00 p.m . in Harrison on Wednesday in the District Semi-Final Game. Tickets become available on Wednesday at noon by going to: https://gofan.co/search. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 23, 2021 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. 1. A couple of students are collecting water bottles for a stem class project. The boxes are located in the gym and lunch room. Water bottles only and make sure they are completely empty! 2. Seniors: Graduation Survey closes @ midnight tonight. If you want your opinion to count - VOTE!! 3. The bandroom is open until 4:15 pm on Tuesday due to hosting basketball playoffs. Everything needs to be put away, chairs and stands stacked, instruments in closed cabinets - so the cleaning staff can prepare the room for visiting teams. 4. It's Pizza Pizza Time. The Music Dept (and volunteers from the Class of 2023) are in week 3 of their Virtual Little Caesar Pizza Kit sale. Students set up accounts and can share ordering codes with family and friends. No more door to door sales and out of town/state orders are accepted! Place your order online, secure payment, and pizza will be delivered to your doorstep via FedEx within 7 days of purchase. 5. Due to lack of participation; the virtual mock rock event will not be happening this year. Counseling: Tonight Events: MHSAA Boys Basketball District – Meridian vs Beal City @ 6:00 pm & Farwell vs Harrison @ 7:30 pm. Event Results: Birthday: Tristan Dekraker Lunch Menu: Carnitas Pork Nachos & Fiesta Rice
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 22, 2021 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. 1. Varsity Track practice starts today at 3:30 until 5:00 pm. Meet in Mrs. Walters room. If you did not sign up but would still like to join, you are more than welcome to come. Reminder to use the hallway bathrooms for changing this week. 2. Softball practice starts today at 3:30. This is for 9-12 th girls. Meet at the hitting barn to start. 3. Middle school track practice today after school until 5pm. Please arrange for a ride home. 4. Baseball practice starts today from 5-7, meet at the hitting barn. 5. A couple of students are collecting water bottles for a stem class project. The boxes are located in the gym and lunch room. Water bottles only and make sure they are completely empty! 6. Seniors: Graduation Survey closes @ midnight tonight. If you want your opinion to count - VOTE!! 7. The bandroom will be open this week on Tuesday and Thursday for students needing help with music or homework. Please sign up with Mrs. K or Mr. Watsa. 8. It's Pizza Pizza Time. The Music Dept (and volunteers from the Class of 2023) are in week 3 of their Virtual Little Caesar Pizza Kit sale. Students set up accounts and can share ordering codes with family and friends. No more door to door sales and out of town/state orders are accepted! Place your order online, secure payment, and pizza will be delivered to your doorstep via FedEx within 7 days of purchase. 9. Congratulations to Logan Mathews, Becca Claypool, and Emma Govitz for placing at the Michigan Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference (held virtually this year). All three advance to NATIONALS. Logan Mathews: 1st Advanced Accounting, 4th Payroll Accounting, Bronze Financial Math. Becca Claypool: 1st Fundamental Word Processing. Emma Govitz: 4th Intermediate Word Processing. Counseling: Tonight Events: No games or events. Event Results: Girls Basketball won against Gladwin 61- 20. They finished 13-1 with a JPC Championship and we keep the Cedar Cup Trophy. Bowling results: Becca Claypool finished in 2 nd place at MHSAA Regional Bowling Tournament, she advances to State Finals. Xander Dell placed 2 nd place in the MHSAA Regional Bowling Tournament and he also qualified to State Finals. Wrestling results: Seth Onweller Placed 4 th , Garrett Muma placed 2 nd , Hunter Schaefer placed 2 nd , and Jake Fischer placed 2 nd in districts and all qualify for MHSAA Individual Regionals. Makenzy Schaefer finished 6 th at the girl’s state wrestling tournament. Weekend Birthday’s: Carter Garcia, Landon Terrell, & Jaydee Walton Today Birthday: David Dorman Today’s Lunch Menu: Boneless Chicken Wings, Pretzel Nuggets, Macaroni and Cheese
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Congratulations to these three young ladies for placing at the Michigan Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference. It was held virtually this year. All three advance to Nationals Logan Matthews: 1st in Advanced Accounting, 4th in Payroll Accounting and a bronze in Financial Math. Becca Claypool: 1st in Fundamental Word Processing. Emma Govitz: 4th in Intermediate Word Processing.
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Congratulations to Becca Claypool. She finished in 2nd place at MHSAA Regional Bowling Tournament. She now qualifies for the MHSAA State Bowling Tournament. Go Beavers!!
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
The following wrestlers qualified for MHSAA Individual Regionals by qualifying in today’s Districts: Seth Onweller 4th place Garrett Muma 2nd place Hunter Schaefer 2nd place Jake Fischer 2nd place Way to go! GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball beats Gladwin 61-20 to win the JACK PINE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP with a 13-1 record. Girls also keep the Cedar Cup Trophy by beating rival Gladwin. WE ARE PROUD OF YOU! The girls play the winner of Pinconning and Beal City on Wednesday at 7:00 in Harrison for the MHSAA District. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Senior Bowler, Xander Dell, for placing in 2nd place at today’s MHSAA Regional Bowling Tournament. He has qualified for the State Finals next weekend ! Way to go, Xander. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 19, 2021 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. 1. SPRING ATHLETES: All high school and junior high athletes starting spring practices next week need to make sure to get your green card from the main office by the end of the day on Monday so you're allowed to participate in Monday's practice. In order to get your green card, you must have a physical or the health questionnaire on file. 2. TRACK ATHLETES: For the first week of practice next week, we ask that you change for practice in the bathrooms in the hallways due to winter sports still taking place and events taking place at the school. Please take your belongings with you to your meeting area, which is the cafeteria. Thank you and this will only be for the first week of practice. 3. Varsity Track practice starts Monday at 3:30 until 5:00 pm. Meet in Mrs. Walters room. If you did not sign up but would still like to join, you are more than welcome to come. 4. Softball practice starts Monday March 22 nd at 3:30. This is for 9-12 th girls. Meet at the hitting barn to start. 5. Middle school track begins next week after school until 5pm. Please arrange for a ride home. 6. Baseball practice starts Monday from 5-7, meet at the hitting barn. 7. A couple of students are collecting water bottles for a stem class project. The boxes are located in the gym and lunch room. Water bottles only and make sure they are completely empty! Counseling: Tonight & Weekend Events: Girls Varsity Basketball vs Gladwin, Parents Night, game starts at 6:00 pm MHSAA Bowling Regionals Today and Tomorrow in Traverse City MHSAA Individual Wrestling Districts @ New Lothrop Event Results: Boys Basketball beats Gladwin 63-39. They are undefeated with a 14-0 record and were crowned JPC Champs. Today Birthday: ??????? Today’s Lunch Menu: Breaded Chicken Drumstick, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Cherry Crisp
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball beats Gladwin 63-39 to go undefeated with a 14-0 record to be crowned JPC CHAMPS!! The boys play the winner of Beal City vs. Meridian on Thursday at 6:00 in the MHSAA District in Beaverton. General public tickets become available at noon the day of the game. Ticket link will be posted on jr/sr high facebook and website. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s 6:00 VARSITY boys basketball game will be streamed on You Tube: Gladwin Athletics, as the Beavers strive for an undefeated regular season with a win tonight. Team will be presented with JPC trophy after tonight’s win. GO RED!
about 1 month ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements:  March 18, 2021 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. 1.     Girls Basketball Parent Night will be March 19th. Sign up sheet is in the office. 2.     SPRING ATHLETES: All high school and junior high athletes starting spring practices next week need to make sure to get your green card from the main office by the end of the day on Monday so you're allowed to participate in Monday's practice. In order to get your green card, you must have a physical or the health questionnaire on file. 3.     TRACK ATHLETES: For the first week of practice next week, we ask that you change for practice in the bathrooms in the hallways due to winter sports still taking place and events taking place at the school.  Please take your belongings with you to your meeting area, which is the cafeteria. Thank you and this will only be for the first week of practice. 4.     Varsity Track practice starts Monday at 3:30. Make sure you have your green card from the office and warm clothing in case we get the chance to go outside.  Meet in Mrs. Walters room.  Practices will be from 3:30 to 5.   If you did not sign up but would still like to join, you are more than welcome to come. 5.     Softball practice starts Monday March 22nd at 3:30. This is for 9-12th girls. Meet at the hitting barn to start. 6.     Middle school track begins next week after school until 5pm. Please arrange for a ride home and bring your green card!   Counseling: Tonight Events: Boys Varsity Basketball @ Gladwin, game starts @ 6:00 pm   Event Results: Girls Varsity Basketball won against Gladwin 50-20, earning the Jack Pine Conference Championship!!   7th grade boys basketball team finished out their season getting a defensive stop on the last possession of the game, sealing 32-31 win.  Landon Love scored 18 pts, while Riley cross and Eric Larsen led the team defensively.  The Beavers finish the season 6-1. Great Job Boys!   8th Grade Boys beat Clare last night 58-54. Wyatt Bordeau had 39 pts, Blake Calhoun 10 pts, Caiden Loar 3 pts & 8 assists.   Today Birthday: Nate Diamond & Addison Drudge   Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl  
about 1 month ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball beats Pinconning 50-20 to earn the JACK PINE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP!! Way to go and we are proud of you! Girls host Gladwin on Friday for a 6:00 varsity tip on parent night. Team will be presented with the trophy after Friday’s game. Wrestling loses to St.Louis in Team Districts, Jake Fischer and Hunter Schaefer with pins. Wrestling competes in the MHSAA Individual District in New Lothrop on Saturday at 9:30 am. Parents will be emailed ticket codes tomorrow. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s MHSAA Team Wrestling District will be live-streamed on the Beaverton SCHOOLS Facebook Page and the Varsity Girls Basketball Game will be live-streamed on the JR/SR HIGH Facebook page. There are still tickets available for the wrestling district. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 17, 2021 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. 1. Choir executive board members meet Today during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 2. Attention Football Players: Iron Man testing takes place this week during weight room hours. Bring proper shoes and workout clothing. 3. Girls Basketball Parent Night will be March 19 th . Sign up sheet is in the office. 4. SPRING ATHLETES: All high school and junior high athletes starting spring practices next week need to make sure to get your green card from the main office by the end of the day on Monday so you're allowed to participate in Monday's practice. In order to get your green card, you must have a physical or the health questionnaire on file. 5. TRACK ATHLETES: For the first week of practice next week, we ask that you change for practice in the bathrooms in the hallways due to winter sports still taking place and events taking place at the school. Please take your belongings with you to your meeting area, which is the cafeteria. Thank you and this will only be for the first week of practice. 6. Varsity Track practice starts Monday at 3:30. Make sure you have your green card from the office and warm clothing in case we get the chance to go outside. Meet in Mrs. Walters room. Practices will be from 3:30 to 5. If you did not sign up but would still like to join, you are more than welcome to come. 7. Softball practice starts Monday March 22 nd at 3:30. This is for 9-12 th girls. Meet at the hitting barn to start. 8. Middle school track begins next week after school until 5pm. Please arrange for a ride home and bring your green card! Counseling: Tonight Events: MHSAA Wrestling Team Districts in Beaverton, meets start at 5:00 pm MS Boys Basketball @ Clare, bus leaves @ 4:00 pm, game @ 5:00 pm, drop & go Girls Varisty Basketball vs. Pinconning game @ 6:00 pm Event Results: The 7th grade boys basketball team beat Meridian 49-38 last night.  Landon Love had 16 points and Caden Snyder added 4.  The boys will visit Clare tonight to finish their season.  The 8 th grade boys basketball team beat Meridian 34-23. Blake Calhoun 26pt. Caden Loar 5pts Boys Varsity Basketball won against Farwell 68-39. Trent Reed 15 pts, Brayde Keeley 15 pts., Carson Oldani 12 pts, Cameron Mishler 12 pts. Today Birthday: ?????? Today’s Lunch Menu: Waffles, Sausage Patty, Scrambled Eggs w/ Bacon & Cheese
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: Here is the general public ticket sale link on Go Fan for today's Wrestling Team Districts in Beaverton at 6:00 p.m. : https://gofan.co/app/school/MI4055 In case you need directions on how to purchase tickets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkZqTY5d6Bg Please do not validate your ticket until you're at the event tonight at the entry table. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Do you want to order a class ring? Herff Jones has information for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eZG9kxMlqI Order your class ring today! highschool.herffjones.com Herff Jones offers: · Custom Mascot ring design (not available in jewelry stores) · Lifetime warranty – FREE resizing and repair for life · $199.95 Ring Special (Save $70) · 4 week expedited delivery for Seniors
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball beats Farwell tonight on parents tonight 68-39. Beavers are 13-0 and travel to Gladwin on Thursday for a 6:00 game and JPC Trophy presentation after the game. A special thanks to our pom pon team and seniors for providing a great atmosphere and entertainment this season. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 16, 2021 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. 1. Choir executive board members meet Wednesday (3/17) during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 2. Senior band and choir members meet Today (3/16) during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 3. Attention Football Players: Iron Man testing takes place this week during weight room hours. Bring proper shoes and workout clothing. 4. Boys Basketball and Pom Pom Parent Night will be tonight. Sign up sheet is in the office. 5. Girls Basketball Parent Night will be March 19 th . Sign up sheet is in the office. Counseling: Tonight Events: MS Boys Basketball vs Meridian Boys Varsity Basketball vs Farwell-Parent Night Event Results: Girls Basketball won against Farwell 41-29 Today Birthday: Kix Bradfield Today’s Lunch Menu: Walking Taco
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball gets a huge win over Farwell tonight to gain a 2 game lead for first place in the conference. The girls host Pinconning on Wednesday in the elementary gym at 6:00. Boys basketball vs. Farwell tomorrow is at 7:00 and parent night. GO RED AND WAY TO GO LADY BEAVERS!!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 15, 2021 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. 1. Band executive board members meet today (3/15) during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 2. Choir executive board members meet Wednesday (3/17) during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 3. Senior band and choir members meet Tuesday (3/16) during 1st lunch with Mrs. K in the band room. 4. Drama people, parts are posted please make sure you initial this morning. Practice tonight 3:30- 5:00 in Mrs. Kintner's band room. You need your script and a writing utensil. 5. Attention Football Players: Iron Man testing takes place this week during weight room hours. Bring proper shoes and workout clothing. 6. Boys Basketball and Pom Pom Parent Night will be Tuesday, March 16 th . Sign up sheet is in the office. 7. Girls Basketball Parent Night will be March 19 th . Sign up sheet is in the office. Counseling: Tonight Events: Girls Basketball vs Farwell- Varsity Only @ 6:00 pm Event Results: Girls Basketball won against Meridian 51-36 Congratulation to Xander Dell. Named Jack Pine Conference Most Valuable Bowler and First team All-Conference. Boys Basketball won Pinconning 60-51. Weekend Birthday: Gage Swartzmiller & Cody Schuler Today Birthday: ???? Today’s Lunch Menu: Beef Hot Dog on Whole Wheat Bun
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
SELECTION SHOW SUNDAY: The MHSAA releases girls basketball district seeding today. The Lady Beavers earn a #1 seed and bye for their District in Harrison. Bracket below. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
SELECTION SHOW SUNDAY: MHSAA releases boys basketball district seeding today. Beaverton earns #1 seed and a bye. Bracket below. General public tickets will become available the day of the game at noon and tickets will be limited. Digital ticket purchase link will be posted to the jr/sr high facebook page and school website. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball battles back from being down 7 points at the half to win in Pinconning 60-51. Beavers are now 12-0 and host Farwell on Tuesday at 7:00 Wrestling beat Frankfort and lost to Mancelona and Reed City in today’s home match. Team Districts are in Beaverton on Wednesday at 6:00 with Coleman and St. Louis.
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Beaverton Senior Bowler, Xander Dell, for being named Jack Pine Conference Most Valuable Bowler and First Team All Conference. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
The Madrigal Cast for a "Zanny Little Thing Called Loved" will be posted Monday. Stop by Mrs. Miller's room to see the list and place your initials next to your name if you accept the part. Week ONE practice schedule in the band room: Monday (3/15) from 3:30 - 5 pm Wednesday (3/17) from 2:30 - 4 pm. Bring your scripts and a pencil. Congratulations to everyone who auditioned.
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball defeats Meridian 51-36 with a great effort at both ends to remain in 1st place with a 10-1 record. The Beavers have a one game lead over the Farwell Eagles who they host on Monday at 6:00. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's 6:00 Girls Varsity Basketball Game in Meridian will be livestreamed at facebook.com/MeridianECHS/ Saturday's Boys Varsity Basketball Game in Pinconning at NOON will be available on the NFHS Network. Saturday's home wrestling match at 11:00 will be livestreamed on jr/sr high facebook page. NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE: Monday, March 15th: Girls varsity basketball game vs. Farwell at 6:00 Tuesday, March 16th: Boys varsity game vs. Farwell & Parent Night at 7:00 Wednesday, March 17th: Girls varsity basketball vs. Pinconning at 6:00 in the Beaverton Elementary Gym. Wednesday, March 17th: MHSAA Wrestling Team Districts at 6:00 in the jr/sr high gym Tickets will become available to the general public at noon on Wednesday. Thursday, March 18th: Boys Varsity Basketball @ Gladwin at 6:00 p.m. Friday, March 10th: Girls varsity Basketball vs. Gladwin & Parent Night at 6:00 p.m. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball defeats rival Meridian tonight 45-35 to continue their 11 game winning streak. The boys travel to Pinconning for a noon varsity start on Saturday. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans: Please note that the remainder of the high school boys basketball season will consist of varsity games only. Tonight's varsity home game vs. Meridian will begin at 7:00 p.m. The start times for the rest of the season will be communicated out once determined. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 11, 2021 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. 1. If you missed the HS track signup in the Library.  The sign-up sheet is in the Office.  We would love to have you. 2. Junior High and High School Students interested in joining the Equestrian team should sign up in the main office by March 12th. 3. Get your song, skit, or dance ready!!!  Virtual Mock Rock 2021 is on!! Sign Up Sheet for those interested is in the office. More details to follow once participation is determined.  4. Drama people if you are interested in auditioning for the Spring Madrigal pick up a script from Mrs. Miller in room 146 this week. Auditions are this Friday, March 12th right after school. 5. Hitting barn will be open Wed and Thurs after school for bb/sb players and on Saturday at 10 for softball. 6. Beaverton Jr/Sr High School’s National Honor Society is holding their annual Coaches vs Cancer fundraiser! They are collecting donations of any amount and they are selling heather gray t- shirts that say “Beaverton High School Coaches vs Cancer” in red, for $15 each. Get your orders in during lunch. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Counseling: Tonight Events: Boys Basketball vs Meridian, game starts @ 6:00 Event Results: Varsity Girls Basketball won against Harrison – 55-27. The Beaverton 7th grade boys took on the Shepherd Bluejays in a Jack Pine contest last night, winning 55-31.  Landon Love led all scorers with 22 points, and defensive performances by Eric Larsen, Riley Cross, and Caden Snyder led the way.  Great job boys. 8 th Grade Boys lost a tough one 29-28 to Shephard last night. Blake Calhoun 11pts, Wyatt Bordeau 8 pts, Lincoln Stoike 6pts. Today Birthday: ???? Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball wins big tonight over Harrison to remain at the top of the conference with an 9-1 record. The girls travel to Meridian Friday night for a 6:00 Varsity Start. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton is hosting the Division 4 Team Wrestling Districts next Wednesday, March 17th at 6:00 in the jr/sr high school. Coleman and St. Louis wrestle at 6:00 p.m. Beaverton will wrestle the winner immediately following. Digital tickets will be sold through Go Fan. Leftover tickets will be open to the general public on Wednesday, March 17th at noon. The ticket information will be shared on facebook and school website. MHSAA will be releasing the basketball district brackets this Sunday afternoon and information will be shared through our media outlets. Beaverton is allowing 375 fans per game for the boys basketball district and Harrison is allowing 375 fans per game for the girls basketball district. Both sites will clear the gym in between games. Available tickets for the general public will become available the day of the game at noon. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans: Please note that the remainder of the Beaverton Girls Basketball Games will consist of varsity games only. Here is the remaining schedule for our varsity girls basketball team that is currently in first place in the Jack Pine Conference: *Wed. March 10th- Harrison @ Beaverton- Varsity @ 6:00 *Friday, March 12th- Beaverton @ Meridian- Varsity @ 6:00 *Monday, March 15th- Farwell @ Beaverton- Varsity @ 6:00 *Wednesday, March 17th- Pinny @ Beaverton- Varsity @ 6:00 in elementary gym, due to hosting Wrestling Team Districts *Friday, March 19th- Gladwin @ Beaverton- Varsity @ 6:00 & Parent Night Also, please note that the boys basketball game vs. Farwell will be varsity game only at 7:00 p.m. & parent night. Lastly, Beaverton is now hosting a wrestling match this Saturday, March 13th @ 11:00 a.m. with Mancelona, Reed City & Frankfort. All these schedule changes are updated on the jr/sr high school website schedule and daily events. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys basketball wins in Harrison tonight 67-38 to remain undefeated at 10-0 and top of the JPC. JV gets a great road win 52-44. Boys host rival Meridian this Thursday. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s boys basketball game in Harrison will be available on the NFHS Network. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 9, 2021 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. 1. If you missed the HS track signup in the Library.  The sign-up sheet is in the Office.  We would love to have you. 2. Junior High and High School Students interested in joining the Equestrian team should sign up in the main office by March 12th. 3. Sports pictures are in. They may be picked up in the office before school, after school or at lunch. 4. Get your song, skit, or dance ready!!!  Virtual Mock Rock 2021 is on!! Sign Up Sheet for those interested is in the office. More details to follow once participation is determined.  5. Drama people if you are interested in auditioning for the Spring Madrigal pick up a script from Mrs. Miller in room 146 this week. Auditions are this Friday, March 12th right after school. Counseling: Tonight Events: Boys Basketball @ Harrison, game @ 6:00 pm, bus departs at 4:00 pm, drop & go Event Results: Girls Bowling defeated Shepherd 16-14 on Saturday. 8 th Grade Boys defeated Gladwin last night 47-39, Blake Calhoun 18 pts., Lincoln Stoike 10 pts, & Caiden Loar 7 pts. Today Birthday: Damon Strange & Lucia Vizcarra Today’s Lunch Menu: Beef Nachos & Fiesta Rice
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Congratulations to coach Aaron Wentworth for being inducted into the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. It is a well deserved honor!
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Do you want your picture in the yearbook? This message is for any student who did not get their picture taken for school, but would still like to have a picture in the yearbook. We have an option for you. Next Thursday, March 11th and Friday March 12th you can come to the school from 11:35am to 12:10pm and the yearbook staff will take your picture. Simply stop in at the HS office and we will direct you from there. If either of these dates do not work for you, please call the HS office and we will work something out. Go Beavers!
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 5, 2021 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. 1. If you missed the HS track signup in the Library.  The sign-up sheet is in the Office.  We would love to have you. 2. Hitting barn will be open Saturday at 10 for softball players. 3. Junior High and High School Students interested in joining the Equestrian team should sign up in the main office by March 12th. 4. Sports pictures are in. They may be picked up in the office before school, after school or at lunch. Counseling: Seniors: Many scholarship deadlines are fast approaching! Check your Class of 2021 google classroom for detailed information. The local scholarship application is due Today!   Tonight Events: Varsity & JV Boys Basketball vs Gladwin, game starts at 6:00 pm Weekend Events: Bowling @ Gateway Lanes, Clare, Boys @ 9 a.m. & Girls @ 1 p.m. Wrestling Quad w/ Breckenridge, Mio & Cass City – meets start at 10:00 a.m. Events Results: JV Girls Basketball lost to Gladwin 16-43 Varsity Girls won against Gladwin 46-31 8 th Grade Boys Basketball beat Harrison 46-22, Wyatt Bordeau 18 pts & Blake Calhoun 17 pts. 7 th Grade Boys Basketball beat Harrison 40-25 Landon Love 20 pts & Caden Snyder 12pts Wrestling won against Pinconning and Jake Fischer earned his 100 th Victory. Today Birthday: Shawnnah Hannah, Reese Longstreth, Russell Longstreth, & Alexis Render Today’s Lunch Menu: Chili Cheese Dog
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Congratulations to the varsity girls basketball team for beating Gladwin and retaining the coveted cross county cup! The won 46 to 31. Go Beavers!
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s JPC Wrestling Results: -Beaverton 36 Pinconning 24 -Beaverton 18 Meridian 33 -Meridian 51 Pinconning 6 Wrestling hosts Clio, Breckenridge and Cass City on Saturday at 10:00 am.
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Check out this week's First Chapter Friday books! Stop down and see me if you want to read one of them! ~Mrs. Hargrove The Grand Escape: https://www.loom.com/share/abf53e47848c4a69ae69ab16fdc10423?sharedAppSource=personal_library The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto: https://www.loom.com/share/33d917524f15468a97b50075565807e0?sharedAppSource=personal_library All American Boys: https://www.loom.com/share/490b6c5aa9a448f99e9460d5514a3158?sharedAppSource=personal_library
2 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
March is Reading Month!!! Did you know you can increase your vocabulary by reading just 20 minutes a day? What are you reading?
2 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
March is Reading Month!!! Did you know you can increase your vocabulary by reading just 20 minutes a day? What are you reading?
2 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
Check out this week's First Chapter Friday books! Stop down and see me if you want to read one of them! ~Mrs. Hargrove The Grand Escape: https://www.loom.com/share/abf53e47848c4a69ae69ab16fdc10423?sharedAppSource=personal_library The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto: https://www.loom.com/share/33d917524f15468a97b50075565807e0?sharedAppSource=personal_library All American Boys: https://www.loom.com/share/490b6c5aa9a448f99e9460d5514a3158?sharedAppSource=personal_library
2 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Senior Wrestler, Jake Fischer, for earning his 100th Victory this evening on his home mat in Beaverton. We are proud of you, Jake! GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's girls basketball game at Gladwin will be live-streamed on You Tube at: Gladwin Athletics, as the girls battle to remain in first place and for the Cedar Cup Trophy. Tonight's 5:00 wrestling match in Beaverton will be live-streamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 4, 2021 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. 1. Beat Gladwin Shirts will be on sale the rest week during 9-12 lunch for $10.00. 2. If you missed the HS track signup in the Library.  The sign-up sheet is in the Office.  We would love to have you. 3. Hitting barn will be open Thursday after school and Saturday at 10 for softball players. Counseling: Seniors: Many scholarship deadlines are fast approaching! Check your Class of 2021 google classroom for detailed information. The local scholarship application is due March 5th!   Tonight Events: MS Boys Basketball @ Harrison, bus departs at 4:00. Game @ 5:00 Wrestling JPC W/Pinconning, Meridian & Kingsley, meet starts 5:00 Girls Basketball @ Gladwin, bus departs at 5:00, Game @ 5:00 Events Results: The Varsity boys basketball team beat Shepherd last night 58-31. Carson Oldani – 20 pts, Trent Reed- 14 pts, Brayde Keeley 13 pts, and Cameron Mishler – 11 pts. The JVs lost 41-20. Both teams are back in action Friday night at home against Gladwin. Today Birthday: Zander Harvey Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins at Shepherd 58-31 to remain undefeated at 8-0 and top of the conference. Beavers host rival Gladwin on Friday. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s Boys Basketball Game in Shepherd can be viewed on You Tube at SPS Athletics. Boys Bowling competition has been canceled. GO RED!
2 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 3, 2021 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. 1. Beat Gladwin Shirts will be on sale the rest week during 9-12 lunch for $10.00. 2. If you missed the HS track signup in the Library.  The sign-up sheet is in the Office.  We would love to have you. 3. Attention all Football Players grades 7th-12th: The February Newsletter can be picked up in Coach Wicke's or Coach Wentworth's room. Please share this information with your parents. 4. Hitting barn will be open Wednesday and Thursday after school and Saturday at 10 for softball players. Counseling: Seniors: Many scholarship deadlines are fast approaching! Check your Class of 2021 google classroom for detailed information. The local scholarship application is due March 5th!   Tonight Events: MS Boys Basketball vs Pinconning, game starts at 5:00 pm Varsity & JV Boys Basketball @ Shepherd, bus departs at 4:30 pm, game 6:00 pm Boys Bowling @ Meadow Lanes, games at 6:00 pm Events Results: Girls Varsity Basketball beat Shepherd 51-25. Today Birthday: Mackenzie Haapala Today’s Lunch Menu: Spaghetti
2 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball wins big vs. Shepherd tonight to remain at the top of the JPC. They travel to Gladwin on Thursday for rivalry game. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys basketball beats Clare 44-28 to remain at top of the JPC. Beavers have a big road game in Shepherd on Wednesday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
We just wanted to celebrate our art teacher, Ms. Barnett, and our art students. We have been chosen, out of the entire nation, as one of the top 250 schools to participate in the Vans Custom Culture competition! Our students have designed a shoe that encompasses our Beaverton pride (labeled Hometown Pride) and their dreams (labeled Head in the Clouds). We submitted the drawings and have been reviewed and chosen. We are so unbelievably proud of them! We will be receiving (FREE) four pairs of Vans shoes to design and submit for the competition, but it is a huge accomplishment just to get the shoes- out of the entire nation we are in the top 250! If you're curious, here is the link to the site for all of the information, but this is awesome! https://customculture.vans.com/
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: March 1, 2021 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. 1. 7th and 8th grade students who participated in the Century Fundraiser, your money and brochures are due to Ms. Coughlin today.  You can bring the money to her in the morning, or she will stop by your English class today to pick it up.  2. There will be a track meeting in the library for interested 9-12 graders during lunch Tomorrow in the library. 3. Beat Gladwin Shirts will be on sale the rest week during 9-12 lunch for $10.00. 4. Middle School Track (7 th & 8 th ) meeting on Tuesday during lunch in the media center. 5. First Art Club for High School students after school on Tuesday until 4:15 pm 6. Attention all Football Players grades 7th-12th: The February Newsletter can be picked up in Coach Wicke's or Coach Wentworth's room. Please share this information with your parents. Counseling: Seniors: Many scholarship deadlines are fast approaching! Check your Class of 2021 google classroom for detailed information. The local scholarship application is due March 5th!   Tonight Events: Boys Basketball Vs Clare, game starts at 6:00 Events Results: Varsity Girls beat Shepherd 41-26 Girls Bowling beat Farwell 28-2 Weekend Birthday: William Holey Jr. Today Birthday: Noah Coffey, Andrew Cooper, & Jeremiah Smith Today’s Lunch Menu: Savory Salisbury Steak
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Today’s Athletic Results: Girls Bowling defeats Farwell and Boys Bowling gets defeated by the Eagles. Thanks to coaches Ty Hansen, Troy Frasher, Nichole Blades and the bowling alley staff for hosting a great event. Girls Basketball gets a great win at Shepherd 41-26 to remain tied for first in the JPC. The girls host Shepherd on Tuesday. Wrestlers Mackenzie Schaefer, Jake Fischer, Garrett Muma and Christian Kowalski get wins in today’s match at Dow. Jake Fischer will be competing for his 100th win in Thursday’s match in Beaverton vs. Pinny, Meridian and Manton. GO RED!!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Good morning, Beaverton Fans. A lot of teams in action today: Boys Bowling-currently being live-streamed on jr/sr high facebook page. Girls bowl at 1:00. Wrestling at Dow at Noon on NFHS Network. Senior, Jake Fischer, who has beaten several ranked wrestlers so far this season, is going for his 100th win today. Girls Basketball at Shepherd (JV at noon) is on Youtube at SPS Athletics. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins in Clare tonight 50-35 and will host Clare on Monday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Boys Basketball Game in Clare that begins at 6:00 will be live-streamed on the NFHS Network. Tomorrow's wrestling competition at Midland Dow that begins at noon will be live-streamed on the NFHS network as well. Best of luck to our bowling team that competes in Beaverton on Saturday. Boys bowl at 9:00 a.m. and girls at 1:00 p.m. This event will be live-streamed on the jr/sr high facebook page. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 26, 2021 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. 1. 7th and 8th grade students who are participating in the Century Resources Fundraiser your money and brochures are due to Ms. Coughlin by next Monday, March 1st.  You still have time to earn rewards!  Happy Selling!  2. If you are interested in participating in Track see Mrs. Walters in room 159. 3. Beat Gladwin Shirts will be on sale the rest of this week and next week during 9-12 lunch for $10.00. 4. Softball/baseball hitting barn is open tonight after school and Saturday at 10:00 AM for softball 5. Looking for some extra homework help after school? The Ignite program can help! Visit Ms. Coon in West Lab for more information. 6. Middle School Track (7 th & 8 th ) meeting on Tuesday during lunch in the media center. 7. First Art Club for High School students after school on Tuesday until 4:15 pm 8. Attention all Football Players grades 7th-12th: The February Newsletter can be picked up in Coach Wicke's or Coach Wentworth's room. Please share this information with your parents. 9. Today, Athletic Pictures will be taken in the JR/SR High Gym. Envelopes available outside the main office. 2:30 p.m. Girls Basketball 3:00 p.m. Pom Pon 3:30 p.m. Wrestling 4:00 p.m. Boys Basketball Pictures Counseling: Tonight Events: Boys Basketball @ Clare, bus departs at 4:45 pm, Drop & Go, Game starts at 6:00pm. Saturday Events: Bowling @ Beaverton Bowl, Boys 9 am & Girls 1 pm Girls Basketball @ Shepherd, Game starts at 12:00 pm Wrestling Quad @ Midland Dow, Game starts at 12:00 pm Events Results: Girls Bowling beat Harrison Wednesday night 22-8. Girls Varsity Basketball won over Clare 49-42. JV lost to Clare. Birthdays: David Moore Today’s Lunch Menu: Pizza or Chicken Patties
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls basketball with a huge win over Clare in Beaverton tonight. JV loses in a close battle. Girls travel to Shepherd on Saturday. GO RED!!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
First Chapter Fridays!!! White Bird: A Wonder Story https://www.loom.com/share/5e332c9cf4f44fb7aba13b8597325ced?sharedAppSource=personal_library A List of Cages https://www.loom.com/share/aa45c71085a44a2e9ab3697dc787a3e9?sharedAppSource=personal_library If you are intrested in reading one of these books or if you are looking for something to read and cannot find it, stop by and see Mrs. Hargrove!
3 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
First Chapter Fridays!!! White Bird: A Wonder Story https://www.loom.com/share/5e332c9cf4f44fb7aba13b8597325ced?sharedAppSource=personal_library A List of Cages https://www.loom.com/share/aa45c71085a44a2e9ab3697dc787a3e9?sharedAppSource=personal_library If you are intrested in reading one of these books or if you are looking for something to read and cannot find it, stop by and see Mrs. Hargrove!
3 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 25, 2021 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. 1. 7th and 8th grade students who are participating in the Century Resources Fundraiser your money and brochures are due to Ms. Coughlin by next Monday, March 1st.  You still have time to earn rewards!  Happy Selling!  2. 9-12 girls interested in playing softball, come to a signup in Mr. Wentworth's room at lunch today. 3. Any high school boys interested in playing baseball this spring need to come to a meeting today in Mr. Wicke's room during lunch. 4. Book orders and money are due to Mrs. Hargrove by Friday.  She will be placing orders this weekend.  If you need a book order please see your English teacher. 5. If you are interested in participating in Track see Mrs. Walters in room 152. 6. Beat Gladwin Shirts will be on sale the rest of this week and next week during 9-12 lunch for $10.00. 7. The Ignite program is still accepting enrollment forms, stop by the main office or see Mrs. Coon to get one! 8. Softball/baseball hitting barn is open tonight after school and Saturday at 10:00 AM for softball 9. We are still waiting for 22 students turn in their student handbook pages. Thank you to the 22 students who have turned in their forms in the last two days. 10. This Friday, Athletic Pictures will be taken in the JR/SR High Gym. Coaches will be given envelopes to hand out at practice tonight and are available outside the office hallway: 2:30 p.m. Girls Basketball (individual first, then team once coaches arrive) then practice 3:00 p.m. Pom Pon Individual/Team Picture 3:30 p.m. Wrestling (individual first, then team once coach arrives) 4:00 p.m. Boys Basketball Pictures (must be done at 4:45 for team bus to game) **Girls basketball will also be practicing at this time as well. They will have half of the court. ** Counseling: Tonight Events: Wrestling @ Shepherd JPC Quad with /Clare & Pinconning, Meet starts at 5:00, Students dismiss at 3:00 pm, Bus departs at 3:15 pm. Girls Basketball vs Clare, games starts at 6:00 pm. Events Results: The Varsity Boys’ basketball team beat Pinconning last night 54-34. Cameron Mishler scored 20 and Brayde Keeley had 15 & Cam Mishler 20 pts. The JV team lost 39-38. JV Boys Basketball lost to Pinconning 38-39. Boys’ 7 th & 8 th Grade combined team beat Farwell 68-9, Landin Love - 15 pts, Wyatt Bordeau - 9pts, Blake Calhoun – 8pts Birthdays: ????? Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys basketball beats Pinconning 55-35 tonight to go 5-0 in JPC. Beavers travel to Clare on Friday for a big conference game. JV loses close game by 1 point. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 24, 2021 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. 1. 7th and 8th grade students who are participating in the Century Resources Fundraiser your money and brochures are due to Ms. Coughlin by next Monday, March 1st.  You still have time to earn rewards!  Happy Selling!  2. 9-12 girls interested in playing softball, come to a signup in Mr. Wentworth's room at lunch on Thursday, Feb 25. 3. Any high school boys interested in playing baseball this spring need to come to a meeting this Thursday 2-25 in Mr. Wicke's room during lunch. 4. Book orders and money are due to Mrs. Hargrove by Friday.  She will be placing orders this weekend.  If you need a book order please see your English teacher. 5. Did you know that we have clubs in SPARKS Ignite? We have Art Club, Ping Pong Club, and much more. If you are interested in starting your own club in Ignite, talk to Mrs. Coon in West Labe 243. Counseling: Tonight Events: MS Boys Basketball vs. Farwell, game at 5:00 Varsity & JV Boys Basketball vs Pinconning, game starts at 6:00. Girls Bowling @ Northern Lanes, Sanford, Games start at 6:00 pm Events Results: Girls Varsity Basketball won against Pinconning 56-35. Birthdays:????? Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pineapple Sweet & Sour Chicken
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball wins in Pinconning tonight 56-35. Girls get a rematch against Clare in Beaverton on Thursday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Students, Are you in need of recovering lost high school credits? If so, we have options for you!!! Please call the school office, 246-3010, for more details.
3 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Varsity Girls Basketball Game at Pinconning that begins at 6:00 p.m. will be livestreamed on the NFHS Network. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 22, 2021 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. 1. Bear bus will be late. 2. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . 3. Calendar change: Wednesday, February 24 th , has been switched from a half day to a full day, release time will be 3:10pm and Friday, February 26 th , will be a half day for students. 4. Attention 7 th & 8 th grade girls interested in playing softball. Please come to a meeting in the library at 11:55 am on Tuesday, 2/23. 5. 7th and 8th grade students who are participating in the Century Resources Fundraiser your money and brochures are due to Ms. Coughlin by next Monday, March 1st.  You still have time to earn rewards!  Happy Selling!  6. 9-12 girls interested in playing softball, come to a signup in Mr. Wentworth's room at lunch on Thursday, Feb 25. 7. Looking for some extra homework help after school? The Ignite program can help! Visit Mrs. Coon in West Lab for more information. 8. Any high school boys interested in playing baseball this spring need to come to a meeting this Thursday 2-25 in Mr.Wicke's room during lunch. Counseling: Tonight Events: Varsity Only Girls Basketball @ Pinconning, bus departs at 4:45 pm, Drop & go, Game time 6:00 pm Events Results: Birthdays: ??? Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Cheeseburger Bar
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, 2021 To all Parents/Guardians, Lockdown training This message is to inform you about a safety lockdown that we had this morning. Our schools are committed to the safety and education of all our students. We also want to clearly communicate with parents about safety issues when they arise. Today’s lockdown was just a drill. Lockdown procedures were followed and the police were involved. Today's drill involved the drug dogs too. This was a collaborative effort between the schools, the Beaverton City Police Department and Gladwin County Police Department. Sometimes, secure mode and/or lockdown situations can frighten students. Please discuss this situation with your children and let us know if follow-up is needed at school. Thank you for your understanding. Please feel free to call the jr/sr high school if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you.
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Dear MHSAA Community, Earlier today, the MHSAA Representative Council met to finalize the first dates of practice and competition for spring sports. All remaining dates for winter and spring sports are now set and our clear goal is both seasons will proceed as scheduled through June 19. The Council has set the first allowable date for spring sports practice on Monday, March 22 with the first allowed date of competition for all spring sports four calendar days later on Friday, March 26. This decision was based on feedback received from the survey of athletic directors in which 74% favored a delay of practice for at least one week, along with input from spring coaches associations and member school communication. All spring tournament dates will remain as originally scheduled with the last set of Finals taking place on June 19 for baseball, softball and girls soccer. Note that the Council eliminated the preseason downtime restrictions for spring sports in 2021. Out-of-season activities currently permitted for spring sports including general conditioning with unlimited numbers of students, 4-player workouts with rotations and open gyms/facilities may continue uninterrupted through March 21. Remember that face masks must be worn at all times in all sports except wrestling and swimming & diving under current MDHHS orders. It is our hope that this will be the final instance where dates have been moved and rescheduled during the 2020-21 school year. Please continue to do all the things necessary in keeping everyone involved in school sports safe and healthy by following all published MHSAA safety protocols and MDHHS epidemic order requirements. Thank you. Mark Uyl MHSAA Executive Director **Beaverton Spring Sports Schedules will be shared in the near future**
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's home JV and Varsity Boys Basketball Game vs. Clare has been CANCELED! The game is rescheduled for Monday, March 1st in Beaverton. Tonight's middle school boys basketball game at Clare has been canceled. Make up date is still being determined. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements:  February 22, 2021 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. 1.     Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23rd. 2.     Calendar change: Wednesday, February 24th, has been switched from a half day to a full day, release time will be 3:10pm and Friday, February 26th , will be a half day for students. 3.     Attention 7th & 8th grade girls interested in playing softball. Please come to a meeting in the library at 11:55 am on Tuesday, 2/23. 4.     The Ignite program is still enrolling Students! Grab an enrollment form outside of the main office or talk to Mrs. Coon to get signed up!   Counseling: Tonight Events: Middle School Boys Basketball @ Clare, bus departs at 4:00 pm, game starts at 5:00 pm, Drop & Go, cancelled due to school closing   Boys Basketball vs Clare, game starts at 6:00 pm, decision to play will be made by 1:00 pm. Stay tuned. Events Results: Boys Varsity basketball wins in Farwell 70-37. JV wins against Farwell Girls Varsity lost to Clare 47-52. Wed the 17th girls bowled Clare we drop the match 13-17 Sat girls bowled Gladwin we won 25.5-4.5     Birthdays: Weekend Celebration: Destiny Page, Today: Braylin Orton Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: ????????
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins in Farwell tonight 70-37 to remain undefeated. Beavers host Clare in a big JPC match up on Monday. JV gets a great road win! GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s Boys Basketball Game in Farwell will be live-streamed on “Lady Eagles Hoops” facebook page. JV begins at 6:00. Tomorrow’s Wrestling Match at Midland High that begins at 10:00 am will be available on the NFHS network. Tomorrow’s Girls Basketball Game in Clare will be live-streamed on the NFHS network. JV begins at noon. Bowling is in action at Gateway Lanes. Girls start at 9:00 am and boys at 1:00. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 19, 2021 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. 1. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . 2. Calendar change: Wednesday, February 24 th , has been switched from a half day to a full day, release time will be 3:10pm and Friday, February 26 th , will be a half day for students. 3. 7th and 8th grade students selling for the "Century Resources Fundraiser" if you sold your 8 items by today (Friday) you need to go see Ms. Coughlin to pick out your first reward. You must prove that you sold your items to get your reward. Have fun and keep selling. Reminder: March 1st the fundraiser ends and your money is due at that time. 4. Thank you, Sophomores we have all of your forms. We have 5 – Seniors, 9 – Juniors, 8- Freshman, 8 – 8 th Graders, 17 – 7 th Graders that still need to turn in Student handbook forms to the office. If you have missed placed or lost your forms stop in the Office to get a copy. Counseling: Tonight Events: Boys Basketball @ Farwell, Bus departs at 4:45pm, Game time 6:00 PM, Drop & Go Weekend Events: Bowling @ Gateway Lanes, Clare - Boys @ 9 AM & Girls @ 1 PM Wrestling Quad @ Midland High at 10:00 AM Girls Basketball @ Clare, game starts at Noon Events Results: Varsity Girls won against Farwell 39-30 Birthdays: Lillian Collins, Lyssa Isenegger, Hannah Stearns Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pork, Mac & Cheese
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Renee Hargrove
It's our first installment of Frist Chapter Fridays!!! Each week I will share a few books with you. If they interest you, please come on down and check them out from me! ~Mrs. Hargrove The Nazi Hunters: https://www.loom.com/share/c2b78312fcb44f74bf3e230caed81cc6?sharedAppSource=personal_library Counting By 7s: https://www.loom.com/share/d8e8818dfad643cfb598cb0e1ed490d6?sharedAppSource=personal_library
3 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball with a big win in Farwell tonight 39-30 to go 3-0 in the JPC. Girls travel to Clare on Saturday for a noon JV start. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 18, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders today during lunch and after school from 3:00pm - 4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . 3. Calendar change: Wednesday, February 24 th , has been switched from a half day to a full day and Friday, February 26 th , will be a half day for students. Counseling: Events: Girls Basketball @ Farwell, bus leaves at 4:45 pm, Drop & Go Events Results: The varsity boys basketball team defeated Meridian last night 50-38. The JV team lost 47-32. Birthdays: Niccolo Gonzalez & Naomi Kingry Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Varsity Only Girls Basketball Game at Farwell begins at 7:00 p.m. The game will be live-streamed on facebook on the "Lady Eagles Hoops" page. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins in Meridian 50-38 to go 3-0 in JPC. JV loses 47-32. Boys travel to Farwell on Friday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Wrestling Match in Ogemaw Heights at 6:00 p.m. will be live-streamed on the NFHS Network: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/f9e666fd50 Tonight's boys basketball game in Meridian will be live-streamed on: https://www.facebook.com/MeridianECHS/ JV Game begins at 6:00. The boys bowling team competes at Northern Lanes at 6:00 and the girls team competes at Valley Lanes at 6:00. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball defeats Meridian 51-27. JV victorious. Girls travel to Farwell on Thursday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball Game tonight vs. Meridian will be played as scheduled. JV game begins at 6:00. Game will be live-streamed on jr/sr high facebook page. Be safe out there and GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 16, 2021 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. 1. Today’s remote learning is a White day schedule. 2. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 3. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . Counseling: Events: Events Results: Boys Varsity Basketball beat Shepherd 52-41. JV Boys lost to Shepherd 31-39 Birthdays: Becca Claypool Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Homecooked meal???
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball vs. Shepherd VARSITY WON 52-41 to go 2-0 in JPC. JV lost 31-30 in 2 OT’s Beavers travel to Meridian on Wednesday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight’s Boys Basketball Game vs. Shepherd will be live-streamed on jr/sr high facebook page. JV start 6:00. GO RED!!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Do you want to host a foreign exchange student? Here is your chance.
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Joseph Passalacqua
The power of positivity!
3 months ago, Joseph Passalacqua
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 15, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. If you need a copy, stop by the office. One benefit of the forms is it gives permission for you to use the computer and have internet access. 3. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . 4. MS Boys Basketball begins today at 3:30 at the Elementary gym until 5:00.  Counseling: Events: Boys Basketball vs Shepherd game starts at 6:00 Events Results: Beaverton Youth Wrestling Club: Landon Terrell 2 nd place. Girls Basketball wins in Harrison 59-32. Beaverton Wrestling won against Coleman and Bay City Central and lost to Shepherd on Friday. 7 th Grade Girls won both games Saturday. Beat Farwell 41-1 in first game. Layla Stewart 21 pts & Gracie Flansburgh 6pts. Game 2, they beat Shephard 46-15. Layla Stewart 20 pts, Myah Hubble & Issy Dodman 6pts each. This team completed an undefeated season. Birthdays: Steve Bang Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Fresh Baked Biscuit, Sausage Gravy, Scrambled Eggs, & Sausage Patty.
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball wins in Harrison tonight 59-32. JV wins as well. The girls host Meridian on Tuesday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling Quad results from tonight: Shepherd 36 Beaverton 33 Beaverton 30 Coleman 12 Beaverton 36 Bay City Central 24 Wrestlers travel to Whittemore-Prescott tomorrow with Midland Dow and Rogers City. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's home wrestling quad that begins at 5:00 will be livestreamed on the jr/sr high facebook page. There are no general public tickets for tonight's event. Tonight's girls basketball game @ Harrison will be available on the NFHS Network: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/ GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Hillary Phillips
CONGRATULATIONS to the top ten graduates of the class of 2021! A special congrats to our valedictorian and salutatorian, Sydney Compton and Logan Mathews!! Way to go ladies!!! We're so proud of the entire graduating class!!
3 months ago, Hillary Phillips
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball defeats Harrison in season and conference opener 62-23. JV wins as well. Beavers host Shepherd on Monday. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Hillary Phillips
SENIORS: Top ten is scheduled to be unveiled this Friday at 11:15. Until then, Mrs. Phillips is keeping it undercover!!
3 months ago, Hillary Phillips
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 10, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. We handed out 61 forms and we have received 7. If you need a copy, stop by the office. One benefit of the forms is it gives permission for you to use the computer and have internet access. 3. Planning ahead: There will be no CTE on 2/12. CTE has a PD day. 4. Pictures retakes have been rescheduled for February 23 rd . 5. Any sophomores, juniors or seniors that have a 3.3 or higher GPA are invited to apply to become a member of the National Honor Society. There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested on Thursday, February 11th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room. 6. Mrs. Hargrove has new books!  If you are interested in checking out her new books stop by her office before or after school, in between classes, or at lunch!  She must be present in order for you to borrow one. 7. MS Boys Basketball begins next Monday, Feb. 15th at 3:30 at the elementary gym until 5:00. Practice will be every day next week. Students must have a physical or health questionnaire on file in order to practice next Monday and have a green card from the office to take to next Monday's practice.  8. Middle School Student Government Council will be having a meeting on Friday 2-12-21 during lunchtime.  After your WIN class, go straight down to the lunch room and grab your lunch, then meet in Ms. Coughlin's room.   We will be discussing the upcoming fundraiser and needing ideas on how to share it with your fellow students.  9. Wrestling Nutritional Meeting will take place in Mr. Wentworth's Room, Room 157, on Thursday after school. Please report by 3:20. 10. Sydney Compton is partnering with NHS to fundraise money to donate to their local Rotary Club. On Friday, February 12 th , they will be selling roses at lunch for $2.00. So, come buy a rose for Valentines day and help donate to a great cause. 11. High School Winter Sports eligibility check will be next Monday. 12. Students: Do not forget that it is expected that you carry your independent reading book with you to all of your classes.  You are not allowed to go back to your locker for your book or anything else.  You are expected to carry everything you need for all of your classes with you.  No exception. 13. Mrs Smith wants a kitten. 14. Did you know that we have clubs in SPARKS Ignite? We have Art Club, Ping Pong Club, and much more. If you are interested in starting your own club in Ignite, talk to Mrs. Coon in West Lab 243! Events: Middle School Girls Basketball vs. Shepherd – 5:00pm at Beaverton Elementary Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, and Corn
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 9, 2021 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. 1. Valentine Decorations have been graciously hung by our Art students. The decorations are for everyone to enjoy, so they need to be left hanging on the wall. 2. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 3. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. 4. Planning ahead: There will be no CTE on 2/12. CTE has a PD day. 5. Pictures retakes will be rescheduled for future date. Stay Tuned. 6. Any sophomores, juniors or seniors that have a 3.3 or higher GPA are invited to apply to become a member of the National Honor Society. There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested on Thursday, February 11th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room. 7. Students: Mrs. Hargrove has new books!  If you are interested in checking out her new books stop by her office before or after school, in between classes, or at lunch!  She must be present in order for you to borrow one. 8. MS Boys Basketball begins next Monday, Feb. 15th at 3:30 at the elementary gym until 5:00. Practice will be every day next week. Students must have a physical or health questionnaire on file in order to practice next Monday and have a green card from the office to take to next Monday's practice.  9. Looking for some extra homework help after school? The Ignite program can help! Visit Mrs. Coon in West Lab for more information. 10. Middle School Student Government Council will be having a meeting on Friday 2-12-21 during lunchtime.  After your WIN class, go straight down to the lunch room and grab your lunch, then meet in Ms. Coughlin's room.   We will be discussing the upcoming fundraiser and needing ideas on how to share it with your fellow students.  11. Wrestling Nutritional Meeting will take place in Mr. Wentworth's Room, Room 157, on Thursday after school. Please report by 3:20. 12. On December 29 th , 2020 a 6.4 magnitude Earthquake hit the city of Petrinja (Petrinya) in Croatia. The city was practically demolished. To help aid in the earthquake relief efforts, Sydney Compton is partnering with NHS to fundraise money to donate to their local Rotary Club. On Friday, February 12 th , they will be selling roses at lunch for $2.00. So, come buy a rose for Valentines day and help donate to a great cause. 13. High School Winter Sports eligibility check will be next Monday. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: ??????? Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Tacos
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 8, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. 3. Planning ahead: There will be no CTE on 2/12. CTE has a PD day. 4. Attention all Football Players: Football Meetings with Coach Seiser will take place today, February 8th, during lunch periods. Players in grades 9th-11th will report to the Media Center at 11:15 am (eat your lunch first). Players in grades 7th-8th will meet at 11:55 am in the Media Center (7th grade players will eat with 8th Grade before the meeting). 5. Pictures retakes will be rescheduled for future date. Stay Tuned. 6. Any sophomores, juniors or seniors that have a 3.3 or higher GPA are invited to apply to become a member of the National Honor Society. There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested on Thursday, February 11th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room. 7. Students: Mrs. Hargrove has new books!  If you are interested in checking out her new books stop by her office before or after school, in between classes, or at lunch!  She must be present in order for you to borrow one. 8. The Ignite Program is still enrolling students! Grab an enrollment form outside of the office or talk to Mrs. Coon to get signed up! Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Weekend Birthdays: Kaden Flansburgh, Zoey Roberts, Logan Swartzmiller, Daniel Mccormick Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Crispy Chicken Breast Tenders
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
CTE applications for the 2021/2022 year are available now! Complete the electronic form and choose your program quickly, spots are not guaranteed! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwgiZcytSveKFt1rZ08BeSc7cmU5ShpjvSmRjV3qqsy1CBnQ/viewform
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: Here is a link to the updated winter athletic schedules: https://www.beavertonschools.net/o/beavertonjrsr/athletics All home high school basketball and wrestling events will be livestreamed on the jr/sr high facebook page as there are no general public tickets allowed at this time. GO RED!
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 5, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. 3. Planning ahead: There will be no CTE on 2/12. CTE has a PD day. 4. Attention all Football Players: Football Meetings with Coach Seiser will take place on Monday, February 8th, during lunch periods. Players in grades 9th-11th will report to the Media Center at 11:15 am (eat your lunch first). Players in grades 7th-8th will meet at 11:55 am in the Media Center (7th grade players will eat with 8th Grade before the meeting). 5. Pictures retakes will be rescheduled for future date. Stay Tuned. 6. Any sophomores, juniors or seniors that have a 3.3 or higher GPA are invited to apply to become a member of the National Honor Society. There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested on Thursday, February 11th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Ethan Wolfe Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: ??? what is on the home menu today???
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Great news today that winter sports can begin starting Monday! Schedules will be determined tomorrow and communicated out asap. Here is the MHSAA Update: Earlier today, MDHHS released an updated emergency order that goes into effect on Monday, Feb. 8, which will allow full practices in winter contact sports to begin with competition to follow. Here is the updated listing of the winter contact sports tournament dates with new “first contest” dates. Girls Basketball First contest: Feb. 8 Districts: March 22, 24, 26 Regionals: March 29, 31 Quarterfinals: April 5 Semifinals: April 7 Finals: April 9 Boys Basketball First contest: Feb. 8 Districts: March 23, 25, 27 Regionals: March 30, April 1 Quarterfinals: April 6 Semifinals: April 8 Finals: April 10 Wrestling First contest: Feb. 12 Districts: Team- Mar. 17-18; Individual- Mar. 20 Regionals: Team- Mar. 24; Individual- Mar. 27 Team Finals: March 30 Individual Finals: April 2-3 Mask Requirements and Testing Options: Basketball & Ice Hockey: Schools, teams and individuals must wear a mask at all times, including during active participation (while “in the game”) during all practices and competition. For schools, teams and individuals that are “masked” at all times during practices and games, there is no COVID rapid testing requirement for practice and play. We are waiting on further guidance and details from MDHHS relative to testing requirements should teams/individuals in these two sports wish to use the testing option. Wrestling: To be eligible to compete, all wrestlers must complete a negative rapid antigen test on the day of all meets with no exceptions. All individuals would also be subject to contract tracing and close contact requirements when positive cases or tests exist. Those tested wrestlers would be able to compete without wearing a mask during the match but masks would be required of all individuals at all other times during meets and practices. This is required for wrestling as published in the MDHHS FAQ document. Testing Information: MDHHS will make rapid tests available at no charge to all wrestling schools along with other schools and sports that wish to test participants. Schools will need to order tests from the MDHHS and those will be shipped to the local ISD facility for pick-up. All participants would also be subject to all contract tracing and close contact requirements when positive cases or tests exist. Many more details on testing information (ordering, shipping, conducting, reporting, requirements, etc) will be available from the MDHHS very soon. These same requirements would be in place for those junior high/middle schools that wish to play these four winter contact sports. The last set of dates to be finalized will be the first practice dates for spring sports. At the present time there are no changes to out-of-season fall and spring sport workouts with masks and physical distancing being required. More information and details will be shared with schools as we learn them relative to the restart of winter contact sports over the next few days.
3 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 3, 2021 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. 1. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 2. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. 3. Picture Retakes have been scheduled for tomorrow, February 5th. Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 4. If we have a virtual learning day on any Friday due to bad weather, you do not have live Zoom meetings, you are required to check each of your teacher’s google classroom. There will be an assignment with an instructional video from your teacher. 5. Planning ahead: There will be no CTE on 2/12. CTE has a PD day. 6. Attention all Football Players: Football Meetings with Coach Seiser will take place on Monday, February 8th, during lunch periods. Players in grades 9th-11th will report to the Media Center at 11:15 am (eat your lunch first). Players in grades 7th-8th will meet at 11:55 am in the Media Center (7th grade players will eat with 8th Grade before the meeting). Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Kyle Laird Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 3, 2021 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. 1. Mrs. Kintner's 3rd hour class needs to wait in the hallway outside the West lab.  Do NOT go in the lab until Mrs. K arrives! 2. Herff Jones will be accepting Freshman Class ring orders on February 18 th during lunch and after school from 3:00pm -4:00pm in the library. Seniors may order Cap & Gown at this time also. 3. Reminder Student Handbook forms need to be turned into the office ASAP. 4. Picture Retakes have been scheduled for this Friday, February 5th. Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 5. The hitting barn will be open the following times this week:  Wednesday and Thursday after school, Thursday 5-7 and Saturday 10:30-11:30 for softball. 6. If we have a virtual learning day on any Friday due to bad weather, you do not have live Zoom meetings, you are required to check each of your teacher’s google classroom. There will be an assignment with an instructional video from your teacher. 7. MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL PRACTICE: Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 p.m. (Game room will be open after school until practice time) Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Ham Dinner
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 2, 2021 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. 1. Happy Ground Hog’s Day. 2. Gym is closed during today's middle school lunch. Those students with jackets on will have the option of going outside. Other options will be the game room or hallway outside of the game room.  3. Herff Jones will be here today to present information for Freshman Class Rings, during WIN Class in the gym. 4. Picture Retakes have been scheduled for this Friday, February 5th. Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 5. The hitting barn will be open the following times this week:  Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school, Tuesday and Thursday 5-7, and Saturday 10:30-11:30 for softball. 6. Practice Jersey are available in the office for $15.00. 7. If we have a virtual learning day on any Friday due to bad weather, you do not have live Zoom meetings, you are required to check each of your teacher’s google classroom. There will be an assignment with an instructional video from your teacher. 8. MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL PRACTICE: Tuesday: after school until 4:30 Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 p.m. (Game room will be open after school until practice time) Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Tanner Hipkins Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Carnitas Pork Nachos
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: February 1, 2021 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. 1. February is Black History Month. 2. Herff Jones will be here tomorrow to present information for Freshman Class Rings. 3. Picture Retakes have been scheduled for this Friday, February 5th. Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 4. Practice Jersey are available in the office for $15.00. 5. MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL PRACTICE: Monday & Tuesday: after school until 4:30 Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 p.m. (Game room will be open after school until practice time) Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Boneless Chicken Wings
3 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 29, 2021 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. 1. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 2. Practice Jersey are available in the office for $15.00. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Curtis Price Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Oven Fried Chicken, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Cherry Crisp
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 28, 2021 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. 1. Staff and Students: A reminder that backpacks and any type of bag are not allowed in the classroom. Thanks for getting off to a good start with this during the 3rd marking period by leaving your bags in your locked student locker 2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 3. The hitting barn will be open the following times this week:  Tuesday and Thursday 5-7, Wed after school and Thursday after school.  It will be open on Saturday for softball at 10:30. 4. Practice Jersey are available in the office for $15.00. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl with A Fresh Baked Biscuit
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 26, 2021 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. 1. Staff and Students: A reminder that backpacks and any type of bag are not allowed in the classroom. Thanks for getting off to a good start with this during the 3rd marking period by leaving your bags in your locked student locker 2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 3. The hitting barn will be open the following times this week:  Tuesday and Thursday 5-7, Wed after school and Thursday after school.  It will be open on Saturday for softball at 10:30. 4. No 7 th grade Girls Basketball practice this week. 5. JUNIOR HIGH LUNCH: It's the 8th graders turn to eat first for the remainder of the school year. So, 8th graders report to the cafeteria to eat first and the 7th graders report to the gym first. 6. MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL:  There is no practice this week and more information to come at the end of the week.  Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: No birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Walking Taco & Pineapple Jalapeno Slaw
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Due to poor road conditions, afternoon BJSHS CTE and after school Ignite program has been canceled for today, Tuesday 1/26/21
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 25, 2021 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. 1. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 2. The hitting barn will be open the following times this week:  Tuesday and Thursday 5-7, Wed after school and Thursday after school.  It will be open on Saturday for softball at 10:30. 3. 3rd Hour Music Appreciation needs to report to the band room today. 4. No 7 th grade Girls Basketball practice this week. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Weekend: Lillyan Herren-Howard & Michael Willford Today: Caitlyn Batterbee Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Hot Dog on a Bun
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Dear MHSAA Community, Governor Whitmer’s press conference this morning included brand new information for the MHSAA and member schools relative to winter contact sports. We did not anticipate this delay in winter contact practices and competition, and today’s announcement has created many new questions. That being said, we are currently working to obtain further information on the MDHHS order. There are no changes to current winter sports practices in basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey and wrestling as those activities can continue with no physical contact, using social distancing and face masks. The same is true for fall and spring sport 4-player workouts being able to continue now. The Representative Council and our staff will be using the next few days to gather all information and discuss current options. Know that the MHSAA remains FULLY committed to winter and spring sport seasons as this latest set of hurdles will require continued creativity in finding the way for both remaining seasons to be played. Further information with updated details will reach you early next week. Thank you. Mark Uyl MHSAA Executive Director
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 22, 2021 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. 1. Today’s schedule is 5 th , 6 th , & 7 th periods. 2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 3. Attention Football Players: See you at 10am on Saturday for our next session. 4. The baseball hitting barn will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting today from 5-7.  5. If you think you lost a sweatshirt in the gym. They are now located on the lost and found table by the office. The items will be donated afterschool today. Please look and claim. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Austin Farrow, Chevy Quackenbush, & Shelby Samuel Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pizza
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Joseph Passalacqua
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4 months ago, Joseph Passalacqua
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 20, 2021 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. 1. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . Forms are located in the hallway by the office. 2. Attention Football Players: There will be no after school weight room session on Thursday. See you at 10am on Saturday for our next session. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pizza Bake Casserole
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 19, 2021 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. 1. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . 2. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home. 3. Any 7 th or 8 th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting today during lunch. Meeting in the library. 4. Robotics team will be meeting on today 3:10-5:00 pm. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Event Results: Birthdays: Seth Onweller Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos & Fiesta rice
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 18, 2021 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. 1. Late buses this morning will be the Elephant and Kite bus. 2. All students that will be enrolled in the Virtual School for second semester meet in the library directly after the announcements. 3. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . 4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home. 5. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines. 6. Any 7 th or 8 th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting Tuesday the 19 th on your lunch. Meeting in the library. 7. Robotics team will be meeting on Tuesday, January 19th at 3:10-5:00 pm. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Event Results: Congratulations to the following BPA members who placed for BPA region 8 Virtual Competition and now advance to compete at state. Logan Mathews: 1 st Payroll Accounting, 1 st Advanced Accounting, 3 rd Business Meeting Management, 3 rd Financial Math, 4 th Administrative Support Concepts. Becca Claypool: 1 st Basic Office Systems & Procedures & 2 nd Fundamental Word Processing Emma Govitz: 2 nd Intermediate Word Processing & 4 th Fundamental Spreadsheets Nicoli Claypool: 5 th PC Servicing & Troubleshooting Birthdays: Weekend Birthday: Harley Cowell Today: Alex Pahl Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Turkey & Mashed Potatoes with a Soft Baked Pretzel
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 15, 2021 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. 1. Last call for students to look through lost and found. (table set up in the hall) It’s going to be donated to the mission afterschool. 2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . 3. High School Winter Athletes: Please make sure you get your green card from the office by Friday, especially if your team practices this week-end. If you had a physical last year, all we need is the signed Health Questionnaire. If you didn't have a physical on file last year, you will need to get a physical. These forms are available outside the office in the folders or if you have questions, ask the office. If you do not have a green card at your first practice, you will not be able to practice. 4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home. 5. Attention Beaverton Football Players: Weight Lifting and Conditioning will begin on Saturday, January 16th, from 10am-11:15am. Bring your running shoes, mask, and water. In addition to Saturdays, we will also lift on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-4:45pm. 6th-8th graders are also invited to participate in these sessions. See you Saturday. 6. Wrestling Practice times: This Saturday and Sunday from 1:00-3:00 in the high school. 7. High School Girls Basketball Players: Practice will begin on Monday from 5:00-7:00 at the high school. 8. Middle School Girls Basketball will practice next Monday and Tuesday after school. 9. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines. 10. Any 7 th or 8 th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting Tuesday the 19 th on your lunch. Meeting in the library. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips. Event Results: Birthdays: Cadence Augustine & Aaliyah Quintanilla
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 14, 2021 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. 1. BJSHS Students: Are you behind?  Do you need help with your course work?  We have academic after school Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up!  Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you! 2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th . 3. High School Winter Athletes: Please make sure you get your green card from the office by Friday, especially if your team practices this week-end. If you had a physical last year, all we need is the signed Health Questionnaire. If you didn't have a physical on file last year, you will need to get a physical. These forms are available outside the office in the folders or if you have questions, ask the office. If you do not have a green card at your first practice, you will not be able to practice. 4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home. 5. Attention Beaverton Football Players: Weight Lifting and Conditioning will begin on Saturday, January 16th, from 10am-11:15am. Bring your running shoes, mask, and water. In addition to Saturdays, we will also lift on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-4:45pm. 6th-8th graders are also invited to participate in these sessions. See you Saturday. 6. Wrestling Practice times: This Saturday and Sunday from 1:00-3:00 in the high school. 7. High School Girls Basketball Players: Practice will begin on Monday from 5:00-7:00 at the high school. 8. Middle School Girls Basketball will practice next Monday and Tuesday after school. 9. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips. Event Results: Beaverton Volleyball beat Calumet 3-0 to advance to state semifinals. Mady Pahl 28 assists, 15 digs, 7 kills; Molly Gerow 13 kills, 15 digs; Faith Danielak 7 kills; Alexis Grove 8 digs; Leiyah Mungin 10 digs; Hannah Stearns 5 kills; Becca Wirt 4 kill. Birthdays: Belated Happy Birthday to Ethan Athey, Austin Dobson, & Dylan Kasper Today: Marissa Krohn & Jose Peyra Valiente Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Dear MHSAA Community, With today’s press conference and public release of the MDHHS epidemic order effective as of Saturday, January 16, the following is information we know at this time. With the Representative Council scheduled to meet tomorrow, Jan. 14, along with dozens of additional questions that have already reached us this afternoon, schools should expect additional information and further communication in the next few days. Here is initial guidance to schools based on today’s announcement and release of the updated MDHHS order: No changes have been made to the three remaining fall sports in the MDHHS pilot rapid testing program; since the updated order goes into effect on Saturday, the two fall non-contact sports of girls swimming & diving and volleyball must continue with testing this week. Winter teams may continue with OUTDOOR conditioning activities through Friday, Jan. 15. On Saturday, Jan. 16, the following changes go into effect for school sports: The non-contact winter sport of swimming and diving- boys in the LP and both boys and girls in the UP- may begin practices on Jan. 16 and compete starting on Jan. 22. The non-contact sports of bowling and gymnastics may begin practice on Jan. 16 and compete starting on Jan. 25. The four winter contact sports as defined by MDHHS include basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey and wrestling. These four sports may begin indoor practices with no physical contact on Jan. 16. There must be at least 6 feet of distance between each occupied workout station with spaces and activities set up to maintain 6 feet between all persons at all times. Based on the order, the first day of competition would be on Feb. 1 for these 4 sports with new MHSAA tournament dates. We will provide updated MHSAA tournament dates for these four winter sports by the end of this week. The MHSAA will continue to actively advocate for an earlier start to competition and physical contact practices in these sports given the non-school sports activity within our state, and the school and non-school activity in our three bordering states, all include competition now in winter sports, including wrestling. Spring sports and fall sports not involved in the MDHHS pilot testing program may begin indoor 4-player workouts and resume conditioning activities on Jan. 16. Note that all of this out-of-season activity must be NON-PHYSICAL CONTACT work at this time. Masks are required of all participants except when actively participating in swimming & diving and gymnastics. School weight rooms are now open for lifting and conditioning with physical distancing and NO PHYSICAL CONTACT activities and masks being worn at all times. Under this updated order, spectators for winter sports are limited to 100 persons, except for stadiums and arenas, which are capped at 250. Note that bowling center capacity is limited to 25% of total occupancy set by the local fire marshal. The Representative Council will be meeting tomorrow to address new calendar issues and other challenges that today’s MDHHS announcement created. We will communicate with all schools following the meeting with more updated information. Thank you. Mark Uyl MHSAA Executive Director
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
The volleyball team will be arriving into town around 8:30. Safe travels to any fans coming up to greet the team! GO RED!
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball team beats Calumet in 3 to advance to the MHSAA Semi-finals on Thursday at 2:00. The team will be escorted back into Beaverton this evening! More info to come. Thanks for everyone that watched the live stream and GO RED!!!
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: The winter sports schedules are available on the jr/sr high website by clicking here : https://www.beavertonruralschools.com/o/beavertonjrsr/athletics All games will be available on the daily events website page soon! At this time, no fans are allowed and home high school events will be livestreamed on the jr/sr high facebook page. Please travel safe on your way to the jr/sr high parking lot to send off the volleyball team today at 4:00. GO RED!
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans are invited to the jr/sr high parking lot to cheer on the volleyball bus tomorrow at 4:00, as the team departs for their Quarterfinal Game vs. Calumet in Houghton Lake @ 6:00 p.m. The bus will depart the parking lot at 4:10. The game will be livestreamed through the jr/sr high facebook page and is available on MHSAA TV. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/calumet-high-school-calumet-mi/gam4ac4de367 GO RED!
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 11, 2021 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. 1. BJSHS Students: Are you behind?  Do you need help with your course work?  We have academic after school Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up!  Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you! 2. 7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball starts again with practice on Monday, Jan. 18th. There will be one week of practice, then games begin again. Updated schedule on school website or paper copies available in office. 3. High School Winter Sport practices begin on Saturday, January 16th. Your coaches will be in touch with your practice schedules. Updated schedule on school website. See Ms. Johnston with any questions.  4. High School Bowling Practices will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-7:00 at the bowling alley. The first practice is on Tuesday, Jan. 19th. Students are responsible for their own transportation to practices and to competitions.  5. Students are invited to send off the volleyball team for their volleyball quarterfinal game on Tuesday, January 12th vs. Calumet in Houghton Lake. The bus will depart from the JR/SR high school at 4:10 so be in the parking lot by 4:00. Thanks for supporting your classmates!  6. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home. 7. Wrestling Practice times: This Saturday and Sunday from 1:00-3:00 in the high school. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips. Event Results: Birthdays: Weekend Birthday: Emma Govitz Today: Landon Love & Bryar Pollard Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Savory Salisbury Steak & soft Baked Pretzel
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans are invited to the jr/sr high parking lot to cheer on the volleyball bus next Tuesday, Jan. 12th at 4:00, as the team departs for their Quarterfinal Game vs. Calumet in Houghton Lake @ 6:00 p.m. The bus will depart the parking lot at 4:10. Unfortunately, there are no general public tickets available. Beaverton will be livestreaming the game through the jr/sr high facebook page. In addition, it's available on MHSAA TV by purchasing a $10 monthly subscription. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/calumet-high-school-calumet-mi/gam4ac4de367 GO RED!
4 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 8, 2021 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. 1. A reminder to students: You should not to be going to our lockers in between classes. You should be taking all of your 1 st -3 rd period class items with you in the morning and 5 th -7 th period class items with you in the afternoon. Also, there is to be no loitering in the hallway. You are expected to go straight to your next class during passing time unless you need a drink or need to use the restroom. 2. BJSHS Students: Are you behind?  Do you need help with your course work?  We have academic after school Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up!  Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you! 3. 7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball starts again with practice on Monday, Jan. 18th. There will be one week of practice, then games begin again. Updated schedule on school website or paper copies available in office. 4. High School Winter Sport practices begin on Saturday, January 16th. Your coaches will be in touch with your practice schedules. Updated schedule on school website. See Ms. Johnston with any questions.  5. High School Bowling Practices will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-7:00 at the bowling alley. The first practice is on Tuesday, Jan. 19th. Students are responsible for their own transportation to practices and to competitions.  Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips. Event Results: Birthdays: Kyleigh Minkin Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pancakes, Turkey Sausage Patty, Scrambled Eggs with Bacon & Cheese
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 7, 2021 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. 1. BJSHS Students: Are you behind? Do you need help with your course work? We have academic after school Mondays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up! Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you! 2. High School Boys interested in playing high school basketball should attend a meeting during lunch in the library this Thursday. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. 3. 7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball starts again with practice on Monday, Jan. 18th. There will be one week of practice, then games begin again. Updated schedule on school website or paper copies available in office. 4. High School Winter Sport practices begin on Saturday, January 16th. Your coaches will be in touch with your practice schedules. Updated schedule on school website. See Ms. Johnston with any questions. 5. High School Bowling Practices will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-7:00 at the bowling alley. The first practice is on Tuesday, Jan. 19th. Students are responsible for their own transportation to practices and to competitions. Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips. Event Results: Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl with Biscuit
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Renee Hargrove
BJSHS Students: Are you behind? Do you need help with your course work? We have academic after school Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up! Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you!
4 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 6, 2021 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. 1. Congratulations to the CTE students of the month: Robin Price, Liam Patch, and Cayden Walters. These students were selected for positive performances in their Career and Technical Education courses! Congrats to all!  2. BJSHS Students: Are you behind?  Do you need help with your course work?  We have academic after school Mondays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up!  Stop in before the end of the marking period catches up to you! 3. High School Boys interested in playing high school basketball should attend a meeting during lunch in the library this Thursday. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. 4. 7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball starts again with practice on Monday, Jan. 18th. There will be one week of practice, then games begin again. Updated schedule on school website or paper copies available in office. 5. High School Winter Sport practices begin on Saturday, January 16th. Your coaches will be in touch with your practice schedules. Updated schedule on school website. See Ms. Johnston with any questions.  Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Event Results: Birthdays: Yesterday: Abigail Northrup & Christian Russell Today: Lukas Butcher & Hunter Mitchell Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Walking Taco Nacho and Pineapple-Jalapeno Slaw
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: January 4, 2021 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. 1. Welcome Back!!! Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any questions. Event Results: Birthdays: No birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Classic Cheeseburger in Bun, Creamy Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Sautéed Onions, Sautéed Mushrooms
4 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball Quarterfinal Game vs. Calumet Tuesday, January 5th @ 6:00 in Houghton Lake Semifinals on Jan. 7th & Finals on Jan. 9th in Battle Creek More information will be shared upon receipt. Have a Happy & Safe Holiday Season! GO RED!!
5 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
UPDATE FROM MHSAA: With the announcement from the Governor’s office and MDHHS, along with today’s Representative Council meeting, here is the updated MHSAA plan for fall, winter and spring sports. The Governor and MDHHS have a shared priority that high schools need to reopen first, followed by extra-curricular activities. With high schools now reopened, the MDHHS has announced a pilot testing program that will allow the three unfinished fall sport tournaments to resume under these new testing requirements. The updated emergency orders continue the pause on all organized sports except those three fall MHSAA sports identified in the MDHHS pilot testing program. This will allow those schools with teams still playing in MHSAA tournaments (volleyball and football) and individuals in LP girls swimming & diving (Finals qualifiers, only) to resume practice on Monday, Dec. 21. All safety protocols remain in effect. The tournament schedules for these 3 fall sports are as follows: Volleyball- Quarterfinals on Tuesday, Jan. 5; Semifinals and Finals on Thursday-Saturday, Jan. 7-9 at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek. Swimming & Diving- Finals on Friday, Jan. 15 (Diving) and Saturday, Jan. 16 (Swimming) at 3 locations. Football- Regional Finals and 8-Player Semifinals on Saturday, Jan. 2; Semifinals at home sites and 8-Player Finals on Saturday, Jan. 9 ; Finals on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16. All details on this pilot testing program will be shared by MDHHS with the MHSAA and those fall sports schools soon. Unless new MDHHS orders are issued, all winter sports practices and competitions may start when the updated emergency orders expire on Jan. 15. Only virtual contact is allowed for all sports in all member school facilities, except those fall sport schools and individuals still in the MHSAA tournament following the pilot testing program, at this time. Schools and coaches should strongly discourage any non-school activity by individuals during this pause to not create more virus spread so that we can return to play. All winter sport tournaments will conclude by the end of March and updated scheduling guidance and winter sport tournament dates will be finalized and shared with member schools next Tuesday, Dec. 22. Note that the one outdoor winter sport, skiing, may begin outdoor practices and competition on Monday, Dec. 21 with no change to the published MHSAA Ski tournament dates. All indoor junior high and middle school sports may also resume when the orders expire on Jan. 15. All safety protocols remain in effect when winter practices and competitions resume. At the current time, the updated MDHHS emergency orders do not allow for any spectators at contests for both fall and winter sports. All spring sports will start on time and no changes will be made to spring sport tournament dates. Additional winter scheduling details and finalized tournament dates will be shared with schools by the end of the day next Tuesday, Dec. 22.
5 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Ugly Sweater Day at BJSHS!
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: December 18, 2020 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. 1. Christmas Trivia: Which Type of Tree was the partridge sitting in, according to a well-known Christmas Song? 2. Answer to yesterday’s trivia question was The Grinch First student to come to the office during lunch with the correct answer and receive a treat. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Cierra Keels & Mrs. Hargrove Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Crispy Popcorn Shrimp, Pretzel Nuggets, Macaroni and Cheese Wishing everyone a peaceful, refreshing Merry Christmas and a Joyful and a Happy New Year!
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: December 17, 2020 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. 1. Christmas Trivia: Who tries to stop Christmas from coming, by stealing all things of Christmas from “The Who’s”? 2. Answer to yesterday’s trivia question Where did there arise such a clatter? on the lawn. First student to come to the office during lunch with the correct answer and receive a treat. 3. 7 th and 8 th grade students: On Friday afternoon, you will get to choose 2 45-minute fun activities to participate in. Sign up will be on Today and Tomorrow. One activity is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, so start creating your team if that interests you. Most importantly, be on your best behavior and complete your work this week, so you can participate. 4. Reminder Students that wearing your hood inside the building is a dress code violation. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Trevor Laird Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Google Classroom overview for families. Check it out! https://youtu.be/hGo1cIL1U9o
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: December 16, 2020 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. 1. Christmas Trivia: Where did there arise such a clatter? Answer to yesterdays trivia was Coco Cola First student to come to the office during lunch with the correct answer and receive a treat. 2. 7th and 8th grade students: On Friday afternoon, you will get to choose 2 45-minute fun activities to participate in. Sign up will be on Today and Tomorrow. One activity is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, so start creating your team if that interests you. Most importantly, be on your best behavior and complete your work this week, so you can participate. 3. Reminder Students that wearing your hood inside the building is a dress code violation. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthdays: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Biscuit and Gravy, Scrambled eggs with bacon and cheese, Sausage Patty.
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: December 15, 2020 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.  Christmas Trivia: What was the first company that used Santa Claus in advertising? First student to come to the office during lunch with the correct answer and receive a treat.  Congratulations to Mr. Wicke for being named assistant football coach of the year by the Michigan Football Coaches Association!!  7th and 8th grade students: On Friday afternoon, you will get to choose 2, 45-minute fun activities to participate in. Sign up will be on Wednesday and Thursday. One activity is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, so start creating your team if that interests you. Most importantly, be on your best behavior and complete your work this week, so you can participate.   Students are reminded that wearing your hood inside the building is dress code violation. Counseling News: Event Results: Weekend Birthdays: Raegan Ward & Karter Offenbecker Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos, Queso Blanco Sauce, Fiesta Rice
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Beaverton Teacher and Football Assistant Coach, Scott Wicke, for being named Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year! http://www.mhsfca.com/#:~:text=Those%20chosen%20as%202020%20Assistant,Mitch%20Hubbard%2C%20Reading
5 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Academic Support for 9th - 12th grade students: I first would like to acknowledge how difficult distant learning is for everyone involved. It is difficult for our students and our teachers. There is no rule book for the best way to do this. We are continually trying to find effective ways we can offer support to our families. Students, all the work you have been assigned will count for a grade and you must pass your classes in order to receive credit. In an attempt to provide more help with your assignments and answer questions, we will be offering academic support by appointment only. Review the chart below with your specific date and time. You must call the school to sign up. If you are in need of transportation, please call our office. We may be able to help. Don’t delay, call today. Lunch will be provided. Finally, any student wanting to speak with our school counselor can also call the office for assistance. Don’t forget, every teacher has their daily schedule posted in their google classroom and can always be reached by phone and email. Please call 989-246-3010 to sign up or answer any questions. MONDAY: Juniors attend 12:00pm to 3:10pm TUESDAY: Seniors attend 10:00am to 1:30pm WEDNESDAY: Sophomores attend 12:00pm to 2:10pm THURSDAY: Seniors/Freshmen attend 12:00pm to 3:10pm
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Artsonia is an online art gallery- check out what BJSHS has been creating in the art room! Especially in the crazy times that we're experiencing right now, this is a safe, fun way to share our student artwork and give them the recognition they deserve. You can view, share, and comment on their artwork and what they've been creating all year- you can even see their entire art portfolio for all of their middle and high school years! You can even help out the BJSHS art room by ordering prints, mugs, cards, and more with your student's artwork on it and the proceeds come right back to our art room. If you are a parent and don't see your student's work, you can contact Miss Barnett or log in with your student's Google account to grant permission. If you do not wish to do this, your student artwork will remain available only to the student and teacher- it's a safe, fun way to share and view all of the great things that our student's accomplish in the art room! https://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=15048
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
UPDATE FOR 9th-12th GRADE STUDENTS: Good evening families. If you have not heard, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, along with Gov. Whitmer, have extended the current “pause” order for 12 additional days. This means 9th through 12th grade students must remain on remote learning at least until we return from Christmas break. Again, this is only for 9th - 12th grade students. In light of this new information, 9th -12th grade students will continue with their current mode of learning, either online or with packets. If you have been learning online, you will continue to receive your work online. If you have been learning with paper/pencil packets, a new packet will be available for pickup on Thursday, Dec 10th. Please drop off your completed old packet when you pick up the new one. Once you have completed the new packet, you will have until Friday, Dec 18th at 4pm to drop it off. If you do not drop it off by 4pm on Friday the18th, you must bring it back when we all return to school on Jan. 4th, 2021. I cannot stress enough to students and their families how important it is for each student to take ownership in their own learning and complete their schoolwork during this distant learning time. Every teacher is available daily to assist any student who calls or emails. Please take advantage of this resource. If you have any questions, please contact the school office or teachers.
5 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA UPDATE: Dear MHSAA Community, Today’s announcement from Governor Whitmer and MDHHS has extended the “pause” on high school in-person instruction and high school and middle school sports through Dec. 20. The MHSAA had provided a detailed plan to both Governor Whitmer and MDHHS that would have completed fall tournaments with no spectators as safely as possible during the month of December along with allowing winter sport practices to resume. While we are disappointed in today’s announcement, we will continue to look forward as we remain committed to play three sports seasons to their conclusion. The MHSAA Representative Council will meet on Wednesday of this week to chart out another plan for finishing Fall and restarting Winter. Updated information will reach you again following Wednesday’s Representative Council meeting. Beaverton School will provide the next update upon receipt. We hope our volleyball team can complete their tournament run. GO RED!
5 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
The Office of Career and Technical Education has been asked to share the following information: Career Exploration & Awareness Month To recognize the state’s urgent and growing need for talent and the programs and services in place to help and engage residents in employment, training and educational opportunities, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer encourages Michiganders to explore the many career pathways available to them during Career Exploration and Awareness Month, Dec. 1-31. Students, their parents and school counselors are encouraged to check out the Michigan Career and Education Pathfinder site to explore careers and identify educational opportunities throughout the state. Pathfinder helps you make informed choices about educational and career options and plans to reach your goals. This free tool uses labor market information, wage data and other metrics to best match users and their skills with career paths and jobs. To discover other ways to get involved with this year’s Career Exploration and Awareness Month, please visit this online toolkit: https://www.mitalent.org/career-exploration-and-awareness-toolkit. Elyse Walter, Administrative Manager Communications and Outreach Employment and Training Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity 201 N. Washington Sq. Lansing, MI 48913 Cell: 517-449-9731 Email: waltere@michigan.gov
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
On behalf of Beaverton Schools, we are pleased to inform you that Beaverton Teacher and Softball Coach, Aaron Wentworth, will be inducted into the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2021! Coach Wentworth has coached softball in Beaverton for 30 years and has led his teams to several championships and individual accolades. Congratulations on this well deserved honor, Coach Wentworth! GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Parents/Guardians please take a few minutes to offer us some input by completing the survey below. Your input is important to us and we appreciate hearing from you. https://forms.gle/jAhfFdqM9GkweXPN8
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Renee Hargrove
Are you having trouble logging into HMH Ed Your Friend in Learning Platform? See this short video for help! https://www.loom.com/share/9b28fca6a2a745988524669312b3f223
6 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Mike Bassage
Happy Thanksgiving! This message is to remind everyone that our Y5’s-8th grade students are returning to school on Nov. 30th and, per Michigan Health Dept order, our 9th -12th grade will return Wed., Dec. 9th. All homework that has been assigned by teachers is required to be completed for a grade. Teachers are available every day to help anyone who needs it. Please visit your google classroom or call our school office for more information. We are here to help. During this temporary closure of in-person learning, we encourage as many students as possible to complete the work online via your teacher’s google classroom. However, we have had packets available 24hrs a day, 7days a week, since last Wed, for anyone who does not have the technology or connectivity. 7th & 8th grade students will bring their completed packet back to school with them on Nov. 30th. For 9th - 12th grade students, you will need to turn your completed packet into the provided bin outside the main office and pick up a new packet. Starting tomorrow, Wed. Nov. 25th, a new packet will be available for 9th - 12th grade students only. This new packet will need to be finished and brought back to school with you when you return on Dec. 9th. Finally, I want to remind every student that it is absolutely vital you are active in your own learning. You have work to do and it is required for a grade. If you have questions, please reach out to your teachers or the office. Thank you.
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA statement below. Volleyball Quarterfinal is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15th. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%2015.pdf High School winter sport practices scheduled to begin on Wednesday, December 9th.
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Good afternoon families. As you know the district is closed for in-person instruction until Monday, November 30th. At that time, K-8th grade students will be coming back for live instruction, however, 9th -12th grade will remain on virtual instruction until Wednesday, December 9th, per the Michigan Health Department order. In light of that, we are offering virtual instruction to all of our students. All assignments given during this temporary closure will be graded. The preferred method for completing work is online through Google Classroom and HMH. It is strongly recommended that students complete their work using this method. However, we understand some families do not have internet access or the technology. It is expected this is a temporary closure, therefore, the district will not be loaning out Chromebooks. For those students who cannot complete their work within their google classroom, BJSHS will be offering homework packets for pickup. Homework packet pickup will be available starting this Wednesday, November 18th @ 1pm. The initial homework packet will cover material through Thanksgiving, Packets will only be available outside the BJSHS main office for self-service, no contact pickup. After Wednesday, they will be in that location 7 days a week 24hrs a day, come anytime that is convenient for you. If you come to pick up a homework packet, you will need to know your student’s exact classes and teachers. It is very important to have this information prior to coming up to get the packets. The completed homework will need to be returned to school on November 30th or dropped off outside in the completed work box. Finally, I would like to encourage as many students as possible to complete all their work via their Google Classroom and HMH. The last reminder is to remember each student is responsible for completing this work and it will be graded. As always, call the BJSHS office with any questions.
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Please see the MHSAA memo explaining that volleyball tournament has been postponed, as well as winter sports. No practices or competitions are allowed until December 8th. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%2014.pdf Any new information received will be shared immediately. We are thinking of our volleyball team and families. Congratulations on winning the Regional Championship and we look forward to hearing more from the MHSAA on the completion of the tournament!! GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Here is a quick video that has some great ideas for creating a virtual learning environment at home! https://www.loom.com/share/88a40f9dde9540b29b4c284c9730e4bb
6 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the volleyball team for winning their 2nd straight Regional Championship tonight beating McBain in 3 sets. The Beavers advance to the Quarterfinals on Tuesday in Houghton Lake. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON FANS: There are still tickets available to purchase for tonight's Regional Championship Volleyball Game vs. McBain in Manton at 6:00 p.m. https://gofan.co/app/events/152427 The game will also be livestreamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. Have a safe trip and GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Ticket link to the Volleyball Regional Championship in Manton vs. McBain on Thursday, November 12th at 6:00 p.m. McBain vs Beaverton Event Link: https://gofan.co/app/events/152427 GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements:  November 11, 2020 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.   Picture retakes are scheduled for November 19th.  Parent Teacher conferences this Thursday from 1:00-4:00 pm & 5:00-8:00 pm all completed by Zoom or phone conferences. Thursday is a half day of school for Students, schedule will be 1st, 2nd, & 3rd and Friday is a half day for Students and Staff, schedule will be 5th, 6th, & 7th.  Afternoon CTE students: You need to let the office know if you are planning on riding bus Thursday and Friday 1/2 days. HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING TEAM: High school students interested in joining the bowling team should sign up in the office by the end of day on Thursday. Nov. 11th-Nov. 25th: Academic After School is still available for anyone that needs extra help with any subject. On Mondays, after school will be held in Mrs. Coughlin's Room 143 and Tuesdays and Thursdays after school will be held in Mrs. Sanderson's Room 236. Help is available from 3:20 to 4:20 if you need it.  Middle School Girls Basketball @ Harrison, game starts at 5:00, bus leaves at 4:00, drop & go. Counseling News:   Event Results: Varsity Volleyball won against Traverse City St. Francis.  Molly Gerow 26 kills, 10 digs, Mady Pahl 37 assists, 9 digs, Hannah Stearns 13 digs, 5 kills, Alexis Grove 17 digs, Leiyah Mungin 11 digs, 3 kills, Faith Danielak 4 kills. Regional Chapionship vs McBain, Thursday 6pm in Manton. Birthday: Landin Woods Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Salisbury Steak & Baked Pretzel
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball team beats TC St. Francis in 3 sets to advance to the Regional Championship against McBain in Manton at 6:00 pm. on Thursday. Thanks to the fans that made the trip and hope to see lots of red in the bleachers on Thursday. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
There are still tickets available for tonight's volleyball regional semi-final game in Manton at 7:30 vs. Traverse City St. Francis. https://gofan.co/app/events/149343 The game will also be livestreamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Time is running out! Complete the survey for how you want your student to learn 2nd semester, virtually or in-person. Survey due Friday, 11/13/20. Click on link. The survey is also available on our school website. https://forms.gle/B6UbLNd5TE9YHVRz5
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Announcements: November 10, 2020 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. • Beaverton H.S. Senior Orders for Caps & Gown, Announcements, and Accessories will be Today, 11:00-12:30. • Students need to be in their 1st hour class by 7:50 • There is no loitering in the hallways, students should go from one class to the other without stopping at their lockers (unless for gym) students may get drinks and use the restrooms • Picture retakes are scheduled for November 19th. • Varsity Volleyball play at Manton vs. Traverse City St. Francis at 7:30. Tickets are still available, link to purchase is on our website & Facebook. • Parent Teacher conferences this Thursday from 1:00-4:00 pm & 5:00-8:00 pm all completed by Zoom or phone conferences. • Thursday is a half day of school for Students, schedule will be 1st, 2nd, & 3rd and Friday is a half day for Students and Staff, schedule will be 5th, 6th, & 7th. • Afternoon CTE students: You need to let the office know if you are planning on riding bus Thursday and Friday 1/2 days. Counseling News: Event Results: Birthday: Weekend Birthdays: Isaac Burr & Cayden Walters Today: Violet Herren Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos, Fiesta Rice, & Queso Sauce
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Ticket link for the volleyball regional semi-final on Tuesday, November 10th in Manton vs. Traverse City St. Francis at 7:30 p.m. There are 250 tickets available for each school. https://gofan.co/app/events/149343 Let's fill the stands with Beaverton Fans for this big game, as you all made a big difference cheering the girls on to victory over TCSF in the Quarterfinal Game last year! GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball Fans: The link to purchase tickets for tomorrow's volleyball regional semi-final game will be shared around 6:00 p.m. tonight. The game tomorrow vs. Traverse City St. Francis is in Manton at 7:30 p.m. Each school gets 250 tickets. Please be watching these social media outlets for the ticket link this evening. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
The Beavers lost a hard fought and exciting game to Oscoda 27-33. We are proud of the great season and the boys left everything they had out on the field tonight. A special thanks to our seniors for all the great memories! GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
There are still tickets left for the Beavers last home football game of the season. Come cheer on the Beavers on this beautiful night! The game will be livestreamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page as well as broadcasted on 100.7 Thunder Rock: www.truenorthradionetwork.com- click Sports Streaming Volleyball Regional Semi-Final vs. TC St. Francis takes place in Manton on Tuesday, November 10th at 7:30 p.m. There will be 200 tickets available and the link will be shared once received on Monday. The gym will be cleared after the 6:00 game. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
The Gladwin Eagles Club is having a roast beef dinner scholarship fundraiser tomorrow, Saturday, from 4:00 to 7:30pm. The cost is $9.00. All proceeds go toward their scholarship fund that supports Beaverton students.
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Football Fans: If you tried to purchase tickets and were unsuccessful, the MHSAA suggests trying this link: https://gofan.co/app/events/136615 There are still 93 tickets available. If you have issues, please either call the jr/sr high office or e-mail: jjohnston@beavertonschools.net Sorry for any inconvenience and please help spread the word and link. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: November 6, 2020 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. • Beaverton H.S. Senior Orders for Caps & Gown, Announcements, and Accessories will be Nov. 10th 11:00-12:30. Information packets are available in the office and information is posted to our website. • National Honor Society Blood drive in media center today. • Students need to be in their 1st hour class by 7:50 • There is no loitering in the hallways, students should go from one class to the other without stopping at their lockers (unless for gym) students may get drinks and use the restrooms • Varsity Football vs Oscoda, game starts at 7:00 pm, Tickets still available online. • School pictures are in and will be passed out in WIN Class. Virtual Students may pick up the pictures in the office with student ID card. Retakes are scheduled for November 19th. Counseling News: Dual Enrolled students: It's time to choose your next dual course for the upcoming winter semester. MID mentors will be available virtually, on November 5th. Meet with Mrs. Phillips to schedule now! Event Results: 8th grade girls basketball lost to Clare on Wednesday. Kennedy Tripp -4pts, Harlie Lamson and Ava Nickle 2pts each. Varsity Volleyball won against Houghton Lake. Mady Pahl 30 assists, Molly Gerow 18 kills, 7 digs, 5 aces, Becca Wirt 5 kills, Alexis Grove 7 digs, Hannah Stearns 5 kills, Leiyah Mungin 4 kills. Houghton Lake is a real good team, but we were able to get them out of system enough to give us some good looks on offense. We took advantage on offense and served well. Next game vs Traverse City St. Francis in Manton next Tuesday. Birthday: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Pancakes, Turkey Sausage Patty, Scrambled Eggs with Bacon & Cheese.
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
How are you going to attend school 2nd semester? Complete this survey. This survey should be filled out for each student who attends BJSHS. In order to create a school schedule, we need to know the number of students who are going to attend BJSHS virtually and in person. If you do not fill this survey out, It is expected that your child will remain on their current path of education. This survey needs to be completed by November 13th, 2020. Survey link below: https://forms.gle/ZLuJk4BHndgmpjJL9
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the volleyball team for winning their 4th straight District Championship tonight vs. Houghton Lake in 3 sets. They advance to the Regional In Manton on Tuesday. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball District Championship Game vs. Houghton Lake at 7:00 pm tonight is available on the NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/ There are still plenty of tickets available for tomorrow’s football playoff game in Beaverton vs. Oscoda at 7:00 pm. Come enjoy the warm night and watch the game live!! https://gofan.co/app/events/136613
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: November 5, 2020 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.  Beaverton H.S. Senior Orders for Caps & Gown, Announcements, and Accessories will be Nov. 10th 11:00-12:30. Information packets are available in the office and information is posted to our website.  National Honor Society Blood drive on Nov. 6 th . See Rebecca Wirt, Faithann Brubaker, Brayde Keeley, Michael Hartwell, Destiny Page and Allissa Schwerin to make an appointment. Appointments need to be scheduled before WIN on November 5 th  BPA Members.  There is a meeting for ALL BPA members during 1st lunch in Mrs. Ewert's classroom.  Get your lunch and join us. Counseling News: Dual Enrolled students: It's time to choose your next dual course for the upcoming winter semester. MID mentors will be available virtually, on November 5th. Meet with Mrs. Phillips to schedule now!  Event Results: Varsity Volleyball beat Pinconning 3-0, Molly Gerow 18 kills, 13 digs, Mady Pahl 34 assists, Becca Wirt 9 kills, Alexis Grove 9 digs, Faith Danielak 5 kills. Next game Thursday 7pm vs winner of Farwell and Houghton Lake. 7 th grade Girls Basketball beat Clare, 36-15, Layla Stewart 18 pts, Trinity Danilelak 6pts, Gracie Flansburgh 6 pts, Myah Hubble 2pts. Birthday: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl Fresh & Fresh Baked Biscuit
6 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball team beats Pinconning in 3 sets to advance to the District Championship tomorrow at 7:00 vs. winner of Houghton Lake and Farwell. Game will be available on NFHS Network. GO RED!
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton High School Football vs. Oscoda High School Event Link: https://gofan.co/app/events/136613 HOW TO BUY TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkZqTY5d6Bg HOW TO ACCESS & SHARE TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0Xhso4QobA HOW TO VALIDATE TICKETS AT THE GATE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G22NNB8uuXE&feature=youtu.be
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Due to MHSAA restrictions, the volleyball game will not be live-streamed through the jr/sr high facebook page. The game can be watched on the NFHS Network by purchasing a subscription. Then, search for the Beaverton volleyball game. Here is the link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/ Football playoff ticket link will be released tonight at 6:00 p.m. for this Friday's District Semi-Final Game in Beaverton vs. Oscoda.
6 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: November 2, 2020 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. • Middle School Girls Basketball vs Meridian, Games start at 5:00 pm @ Beaverton Elementary. • Beaverton Volleyball competes in Districts Semi Finals at Farwell against Pinconning on Wednesday, Game starts at 6:00 pm, bus leaves at 4:30, drop & go. • Beaverton H.S. Senior Orders for Caps & Gown, Announcements, and Accessories will be Nov. 10th 11:00-12:30. Information packets are available in the office and information is posted to our website. Counseling News: Event Results: This past Saturday Beaverton cross country competed at the regional meet in Saginaw. In the boys race Nic Claypool took 57th place in a season best time of 21:45. In the girls race Tessa Wohlschlegel took 36th in 23:11. Birthday: Weekend Birthdays: Kayla Augustine, Gregory Dorman, Damion Farrow-Denison, Leiyah Mungin, Allissa Schwerin. Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Classic Cheeseburger in Bun, Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Sauteed Onions & Sauteed Mushrooms
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Correction: Football team advances to the District Semi-Final with tonight's win next Friday in Beaverton vs. Oscoda at 7:00 p.m. Nice job, boys!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Football team beats Pine River 35-0 to advance to the District Championship vs. Oscoda next Friday in Beaverton at 7:00 pm. Ticket info will be shared once received. Harrison forfeits the first round of volleyball districts on Monday and the Beavers advance to the semi-final on Wednesday at 6:00 in Farwell vs. Pinconning. There are unfortunately no public tickets available. Game will be live-streamed through the jr/sr high facebook page. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: October 30, 2020 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. • High School students interested in wrestling this season should attend the meeting today during high school lunch in the library. Get your food first, then report to the library. • Senior Class of 2021: Joe Fox from Herff Jones will be here today. Meeting will be held @ 11:40 am in the Media Center. Virtual students may attend meeting if they wish. Packets will be available Friday afternoon for those who cannot attend. • Varsity Football vs Pine River, Beaverton High School. There are tickets still to buy for tonight’s home football playoff game at 7:00 vs. Pine River. Tickets are only available for purchase online for $6 at this link: https://gofan.co/app/events/128063. See Ms. Johnston with any questions. Let’s see a great student representation tonight and have some fun together!!-- Counseling News: Event Results: Birthday: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Crispy Popcorn Shrimp, Mac & Cheese, & Pretzel Nuggets
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans: There are 296 football tickets available to purchase for tonight's first round playoff game that begins at 7:00 p.m. Gates open at 6:00 p.m. Click below to purchase online tickets: https://gofan.co/app/events/128063 HOW TO BUY TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkZqTY5d6Bg&feature=youtu.be ACCESSING & SHARING TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0Xhso4QobA&feature=youtu.be HOW TO VALIDATE TICKET (AT TICKET GATE): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G22NNB8uuXE&feature=youtu.be
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the volleyball team for going undefeated in the conference with an incredible 14-0 record to be crowned JACK PINE CHAMPIONS!!! Congratulations!! Beavers play on Monday at 6:00 in District play at Farwell. Ticket information will be communicated when received.
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ONLINE TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION: Beaverton High School vs. Pine River Area High School Event Link Clink on link to purchase tickets: https://gofan.co/app/events/128063 HOW TO BUY TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkZqTY5d6Bg&feature=youtu.be ACCESSING & SHARING TICKETS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0Xhso4QobA&feature=youtu.be HOW TO VALIDATE TICKET (AT TICKET GATE): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G22NNB8uuXE&feature=youtu.be
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: October 28, 2020 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. • Friday is the end of the marking period. On Thursday, Class periods 1, 3, 6 will have exams and on Friday class periods 2, 5, & 7 will have exams. We will be running a full day schedule. • There will be a meeting for high school boys interested in playing basketball this Thursday during lunch time in the library. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. • There will be a meeting for high school girls interested in playing basketball today during lunch time in the library. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. • Football Playoff Game this Friday in Beaverton vs. Pine River at 7:00 p.m. If there are tickets available for online purchase, they will become available on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Make sure you're checking Jr/Sr High facebook or the website page for information. • High School students interested in wrestling this season should attend the meeting this Friday during high school lunch in the library. Get your food first, then report to the library. • Color guard practice Thursday 3:15 - 4:15 pm. HS Band and Color Guard will perform at the game on Friday. Report @ 6 pm. • Senior Class of 2021: Joe Fox from Herff Jones will be here Friday. Meeting will be held @ 11:40 am in the Media Center. Virtual students may attend meeting if they wish. Packets will be available Friday afternoon for those who cannot attend. • JV Football Players: Those not still playing turn in all equipment Thursday after school. • Varsity Volleyball vs Pinconning and Harrison. Match starts at 5:00 pm at Beaverton High School Gym. • Halloween Costumes will be allowed on Friday, but no props or gore. Needs to be School appropriate. Counseling News: FASFA application is now available. Confused about your next steps, schedule a 5-minute appointment with Mrs. Phillips to figure them out. October is college application month! Most universities waive application fees during this month. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by! Event Results: Birthday: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Sliced Glazed Ham & Soft Baked Pretzel
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
The volleyball quad scheduled in Beaverton this Wednesday, October 28th has been changed to a tri match with Pinconning and Harrison. Match is scheduled to begin at 5:00. We have 100 general public tickets to sell beginning at 4:30. The Beavers strive to wrap up the JPC Championship Title tomorrow with 2 victories to remain undefeated in the conference. Football playoff ticket link will be shared tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. for purchase online at $6/piece. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Announcements: October 27, 2020 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. • Friday is the end of the marking period. On Thursday, Class periods 1, 3, 6 will have exams and on Friday class periods 2, 5, & 7 will have exams. • There will be a meeting for anyone interested in poms on today during lunch in room 135 by the gym • Seniors: There were two Graduation surveys that were email to you by Mr. Bassage, please complete and return to Mrs. Kintner. If you need a paper copy stop in the office and pick up a copy. • There will be a meeting for high school boys interested in playing basketball this Thursday during lunch time in the library. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. • There will be a meeting for high school girls interested in playing basketball this Wednesday during lunch time in the library. Get your lunch first, then report to the library. • Football Playoff Game this Friday in Beaverton vs. Pine River at 7:00 p.m. If there are tickets available for online purchase, they will become available on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Make sure you're checking jr/sr high face book or the website page for information. • High School students interested in wrestling this season should attend the meeting this Friday during high school lunch in the library. Get your food first, then report to the library. • Color guard practice Thursday 3:15 - 4:15 pm. HS Band and Color Guard will perform at the game on Friday. Report @ 6 pm. • Senior Class of 2021: Joe Fox from Herff Jones will be here Friday. Meeting will be held @ 11:40 am in the Media Center. Virtual students may attend meeting if they wish. Packets will be available Friday afternoon for those who cannot attend. • JV Football Players: Those not still playing turn in all equipment Thursday after school. Counseling News: FASFA application is now available. Confused about your next steps, schedule a 5-minute appointment with Mrs. Phillips to figure them out. October is college application month! Most universities waive application fees during this month. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by! Event Results: Birthday: Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos & Fiesta Rice
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA releases Playoff Information. Beavers will host LeRoy Pine River this Friday at 7:00 p.m. Below is our District Seeding: R1-D2 Farwell (0-6) 11.467 at McBain (6-0) 38.333 R1-D2 Houghton Lake (4-2) 25.767 at Evart (4-2) 28.600 @ Evart High School R1-D2 LeRoy Pine River (1-5) 12.667 at Beaverton (5-1) 38.267 @ Beaverton High School R1-D2 St Louis (2-4) 21.133 at Oscoda (6-0) 31.100 @ Robert D. Hodges Sports Complex – Oscoda General Public Ticket Information will be shared by Wednesday afternoon. Link to Division 7 Playoff Pairings: https://www.mhsaa.com/sports/football/pairings#Div=7 GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers beat Shepherd 48-6 to end regular season play with an impressive 5-1 record and 2nd place finish in the JPC. Football playoff pairings will be released on Sunday. Stay tuned! GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
A friendly reminder that we have 200 tickets to sell for tonight's Parent Night Football Game vs. Shepherd at 7:00 p.m. We will begin selling tickets at 6:00 p.m. Parent night will begin at 6:48 and football and cheerleading parents are asked to arrive by 6:35 and line up on the track. Marching Band parent night will take place at halftime. The MHSAA will announce football playoff match ups within the next few days and will be communicated as soon as released. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Go Thrive! 6 Week Health Coaching Program. This fun and interactive program, taught by our Nurse Educator, will help you learn fundamental skills needed to live and make healthy lifestyle changes. We will focus on: (1 meeting/week) Tuesday's Nov. 10 - Dec. 15, 2020 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. You will receive all program materials and login information prior to the first meeting. Join the GoToMeeting from your smart phone/computer/tablet or other device with an internet connection. Registration is required. Registration closes, Monday, Nov., 2. To register visit www.midmichigan.org/gothrive or call MidMichigan Health Line at (800) 999-3199. PowerPoint is a registered trademark of Microsoft and GoToMeeting is a trademark of LogMeIn ƒ Nutrition using MyPlate for portion sizes ƒ Understanding food and drink labels ƒ Learning about hidden sugars ƒ Why water is important ƒ Physical activity and energy ƒ Screen-time, stress and the importance of sleep
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Meridian is only allowing 2 fans per player for tonight's volleyball game in Meridian at 6:00 p.m. For this Friday's Parent Night Football Game vs. Shepherd, there are 200 general public tickets to sell at $5 beginning at 6:00 p.m. We will only live stream the game if we sell the 200 available tickets. Football and Cheerleading Parents are asked to arrive by 6:35 p.m. to line up for parent night on the track. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball defeats Clare on Parent Night in 3 sets to remain undefeated in the JPC. Beavers travel to Meridian on Wednesday. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
For tonight's volleyball game vs. Clare in Beaverton and Parent Night, there are 100 tickets to be sold beginning at 5:30 p.m. For Thursday's JV Football Game in Shepherd, they are selling a digital ticket that is available beginning today at noon. Since it's an away game, a pass is good for 1 person only. Link to purchase tickets: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI3606 We will announce on Wednesday how many general public tickets are available at the gate for this Friday's football game and parent night game vs. Shepherd. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Class Code - HDCJ7 Class Order Due Date - 11/13/20 Dear Families, Need something to read? Order from Scholastic Books! Your Book Clubs orders are due by 11/13/20. You can place your orders online at scholastic.com/bookclubs using my class activation code: HDCJ7 Happy Reading, Renee Hargrove
7 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the Homecoming King, Caden Flansburg and Homecoming Queen, Becca Wirt!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers with an exciting win over rival Gladwin in 2 OT’s, 35-29!! Way to go, Red! Beavers host Shepherd next Friday for Parent Night. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Thanks to the cross country team for running in the game ball from Gladwin for tonight’s Homecoming Football Game. WAY TO GO, RUNNERS!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Community Reverse Parade is still on for today in the jr/sr high parking lot at 4:30-5:00. Please enter parking lot off of Crockett Road, east entrance closest to M0-18. Gates to the game open at 6:00 p.m. There are unfortunately no general public tickets for sale. Game will be live-streamed on the jr/sr high facebook page. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football with a great win in Gladwin tonight, 20-12. GO RED!!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Homecoming Court presentation tomorrow at 2:10 pm will be live-streamed on the jr/sr high facebook page. The community reverse parade in the front parking lot of the jr/sr high is from 4:30-5:00. Vehicles are asked to enter the parking lot from Crockett Road east side entrance closest to M-18, drive through the open lane and exit back out onto Crockett Rd. Come check out the class floats, court members, cheerleaders, marching band, sports teams, and Miss Beaverton! Football Game vs. Gladwin at 7:00 will be live-streamed. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
The Family Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (Family Center) is the statewide, parent-directed center within Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) and the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS). The mission of the Family Center is to support and connect Michigan families of children and youth with special health care needs, provide family-centered leadership throughout Michigan’s health care settings, and partner in the decision making process within the systems of care for children and youth with special health care needs. The Family Center is excited to offer a series of free Virtual Parent Connect Calls twice monthly. Our next Call is scheduled for Wednesday October 21st at 4:00 pm EST. The theme for this event is Parent to Parent Support. Copy and paste this website into your browser for more information: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/parent-connect-call-tickets-124289945573
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
There are 100 general public tickets to sell for tonight's middle school volleyball game vs. Pinconning at 5:00 in Beaverton. Ticket gates open at 4:30 p.m. today. We also have 100 general public tickets to sell at this Wednesday's high school volleyball match vs. Shepherd. Ticket gates open at 5:30 p.m. There will be no general public tickets to sell for this Friday's Homecoming Football Game vs. Gladwin. We apologize to our supportive community! The game will be live streamed through the jr/sr high facebook page. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball District Games in FARWELL: Monday, Nov. 2nd: Beavers vs. Harrison @ 6:00 Wednesday, Nov. 4th: Winner vs. Pinny @ 6:00 Thursday, Nov. 5th: District Championship @ 7:00 p.m. REGIONAL IN MANTON: Tuesday, Nov. 10th and Thursday, Nov. 12th Fan information will be communicated out once received by the MHSAA. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Homecoming and spirit week continues at BJSHS with celebrity day. Can you guess who they are?
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS can purchase Homecoming Football Game Tickets tomorrow, Tuesday, during WIN class. Grades will be called down over the PA during WIN, beginning with the seniors. Each student can purchase 1 ticket only for $5 and is responsible for keeping the ticket until this Friday's game. Each varsity football player, band member and Homecoming Court Member is guaranteed 4 people into the game. If there are general public tickets available to sell, this number will be communicated out Wednesday night to the community. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Homecoming/Spirit week is upon us! Let's make it a great week. Good luck to all the sports teams this week.
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball team beats TC St. Francis, Beal City and Swan Valley in today’s quad match. Senior Mady Pahl breaks school assist record today. Congratulations, Mady!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers with a shut out tonight winning in Farwell 42-0, for their second conference win a row. Homecoming Game next Friday vs. Gladwin. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tonight's Varsity Football Game in Farwell at 7:00 will be live streamed through the NFHS Network that requires a subscription. Please note that Farwell has been having difficulty with the camera and there is a chance that it will not work, although it's currently up and running. Here is a link to purchase a subscription, then search for the Farwell vs. Beaverton game. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/subscribe/retail For tomorrow's competitive varsity volleyball quad in Beaverton at 10:00 a.m., we have 100 general public tickets to sell at $5/piece. Ticket gate will open at 9:30 a.m. to purchase tickets. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football gets beat by Standish tonight. Varsity football travels to Farwell tomorrow night for a 7:00 pm. Farwell will only allow fans with passes into game tomorrow. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Homecoming Information for Next Week: The presentation of the Homecoming Court will be live streamed through the jr/sr high facebook page next Friday, October 16th at 2:10 p.m. From 4:30-5:00 p.m., the community is invited to the main parking lot of the jr/sr high building for a "reverse parade." People are asked to remain in their vehicles and drive through the parking lot to see the class floats, court members, high school sports teams, marching band and Miss Beaverton. We apologize to the other groups that typically participate in the traditional parade and we hope to bring it back next year! The Homecoming Football Game next Friday vs. Gladwin begins at 7:00 p.m. The court will be displayed at half time. The number of game tickets remaining for the general public and more detailed information will be communicated out next week. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
For tonight's middle school volleyball game vs. Gladwin at 5:00, we have 100 general public tickets that will be sold beginning at 4:30 p.m. on a first come, first serve basis. $3/ticket. Please do not enter the building before 4:30 to buy a ticket. For tonight's JV Football Game vs. Standish at 6:30 p.m., we have 232 general public tickets to sell at $5 beginning at 5:45 p.m. Please do not enter the stadium prior to 5:45. All spectators must be wearing a mask the entire time and practice social distancing. Thanks and GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball team beats Gladwin in three tonight to keep the Cedar Cup Trophy and remain undefeated in the JPC. Varsity hosts Traverse City St. Francis, Swan Valley and Beal City in a 10:00 am quad this Saturday. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
SPECTATOR INFORMATION FOR REMAINING FALL GAMES: Beaverton Junior High and High School athletes are guaranteed 4 fans for HOME GAMES ONLY the remainder of the fall season for their sport only. One conference sport specific pass is now good for 2 people, instead of 1. We ask that the 2 people using 1 pass enter the game at the same time. Pass holders are guaranteed admission. The amount of general public tickets available to sell will be communicated out prior to each home game. These tickets are on a first come, first serve basis once the gate opens prior to the game. High school admission is $5 and middle school is $3. Please note that for the remaining AWAY games for fall sports, schools are only allowing the 2 fans per athlete. Per the spectator guidelines, Beaverton can allow 300 people in the gym for volleyball games and 532 people at football games. All fans must wear a mask the entire time and practice social distancing. Thank you for your cooperation and GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
For tonight’s high school volleyball game in Gladwin and this Friday’s varsity football game in Farwell, only fans that have the sport specific conference pass will be allowed into the games. Tonight’s volleyball game will be streamed on YouTube TV: GladwinAthletics. For this Thursday’s home JV Football Game, we will have an estimated 250 general public tickets to be sold at $5. These will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Ticket Gate opens at 5:45. All fans must wear a mask during game and thank you for continuing to practice social distancing. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
MSU Extensions, Children and Youth Institute has been hard at work creating a new MSU Extension Virtual Learning Tools Website to support teachers, parents, and homeschool families in their educational efforts this school year. We hope that this site will serve as a helpful resource to communities across Michigan. https://www.canr.msu.edu/virtual-learning-tools/index
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Volleyball Quad Results: B 2-0 Central Montcalm 25-10, 25-7 B 2-0 Houghton Lake 25-20, 25-20 B 2-0 Alma 25-11, 25-15 JV-B and JV teams beat Houghton Lake tonight in the elementary gym. Thanks to all our volunteers for making a great night of volleyball possible! Beavers travel to Gladwin on Wednesday. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Volleyball hosts Houghton Lake, Central Montcalm and Alma in a quad at 5:30 tonight. Fan restrictions still in place, so only fans with a volleyball conference pass will be allowed into gym. Game will be live-streamed on jr/sr high Facebook page. GO RED!
7 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Ten16 and the Clare-Gladwin Prevention Coalition are putting on an event for students at the Wild Pumpkin on Oct. 29th. from 3:00 - 5:00pm. They can wear masks and socially distance. We are sponsoring the first 100 students 18 and under from Clare and Gladwin counties. Please see flyer for more information.
7 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Fans: We are going to attempt to live stream the varsity football game in Pinconning tonight, and are not sure if it will work or not. Fans are encouraged to tune into the jr/sr high facebook page at 7:00 p.m. kick off, to see if we are successful or not. Varsity Volleyball hosts Freeland and Valley Lutheran for a 10:00 a.m. tri match this Saturday. Tune in to the live stream, if you don't have a conference pass. Cross Country runs in the Gladwin Cedar Bend Invitational tomorrow morning. Spectator guidelines still in place. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football gets a big win tonight over Swan Valley, 22-6. Varsity football travels to Pinconning tomorrow night, as the Beavers look to bounce back in conference play. Pinny does not plan on livestreaming the game. Sorry, fans. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football hosts Swan Valley tonight for a 6:00 p.m. kick off. Fan restrictions are still in place until next Friday, October 9th, so only fans with a conference pass will be permitted in to tonight's game. More information will be communicated next week about spectators. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Last night's results for Varsity Volleyball JPC Quad at Harrison: B 2-0 Harrison. 25-12, 25-6 B 2-0 Farwell 25-13, 25-10 B 2-0 Pinconning 25-6, 25-13 Beavers host Freeland and Valley Lutheran for a tri match this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Fan restrictions still in place until Friday, October 9th. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA releases football playoff format for this season. Beaverton is in an 8 team district with Evart, Farwell, Houghton Lake, LeRoy Pine River, McBain, Oscoda, St. Louis and Beaverton for 11 man football. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%2010.pdf
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV FOOTBALL SCHEDULE CHANGES: JV Football game this Thursday, October 1st will be played vs. Swan Valley, instead of Pinconning, at 6:00 p.m. in Beaverton. Please note the 6:00 kick off this Thursday. JV Football game on Thursday, October 8th will be played vs. Standish, instead of Farwell, at 6:30 p.m. in Beaverton. Website schedule and events reflects these changes. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers lose a close one to Harrison 21-26 to go 1-1 in JPC. Varsity travels to Pinconning next Friday. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football loses at Harrison 0-18. Varsity hosts the Hornets tomorrow for Beavers first home game. Fan restrictions still in place and a football conference pass is required for entry. 7:00 game will be live-streamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Volleyball beats Meridian in 3 sets to remain undefeated in conference. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Volleyball wins at Clare last night: B 3-0 C 25-7, 25-14, 25-9 Molly Gerow 15 kills, 9 digs, 3 aces Mady Pahl 30 assists, 4 kills, 2 aces Alexis Grove 16 digs, 3 aces Becca Wirt 7 kills, 3 blocks Faith Danielak 5 kills Hannah Stearns 10 digs Beavers host Meridian on Wednesday.
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Virtual Students--Parent Webinar with Educere Educere will be conducting two separate webinars for our parents on Monday, September 21, 2020 @ 1pm and another one @ 6pm. This is a Q & A session with the folks at Educere. This is to help anyone who may need assistance navigating the online platform. 1pm Parent Webinar: meet.google.com/idp-kpfx-wse or join by phone 1-218-392-3221 (PIN 997087865) 6pm Parent Webinar: meet.google.com/dsp-vhwo-asn or join by phone 1-413-829-4179 (PIN 662220235)
8 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers 6 Meridian 0 Trent Reed scores winning TD with 36 seconds to go in game. Cameron Mishler solidifies win with an interception. Beavers go 1-0 in JPC.
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Friday Night Lights tonight in Meridian at 7:00 pm. for Jack Pine Conference opener. Meridian wants Beaverton fans to know that people will not be allowed to watch the game from outside the stadium. The game will be live-streamed at: www.facebook.com/MeridianMustangsFootball/ GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Football gets beats by Meridian in season opener tonight. Varsity football travels to Meridian tomorrow night for a 7:00 pm kickoff. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Volleyball defeats Shepherd in 3 sets tonight to go 2-0 in JPC: 25-11, 25-11, 25-5 Molly Gerow 16 kills, 6 digs Mady Pahl 31 assists, 6 digs Alexis Grove 8 digs Becca Wirt 5 kills Faith Danielak 4 kills Leiyah Mungin 5 kills, 6 digs GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
ATHLETIC GAMES THIS WEEK: Volleyball team competes in Shepherd tonight. JV Football Game on Thursday vs. Meridian at 6:30 p.m. Game will be livestreamed at: https://www.facebook.com/Beavertonjrsrhighschool Varsity Football Game at Meridian this Friday at 7:00 will be livestreamed at: https://www.facebook.com/MeridianMustangsFootball/ GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Beaverton Schools Online Learners Food Distribution
8 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Jr/Sr High Students and Parents, Here is a virtual open house slideshow about the after school program, SPARKS. The SPARKS/Ignite program is starting soon! Enrollment forms are in the main office. Students can see Mrs. Coon for further information. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vSH7CvKnLLv4oUzYxwa1CESbo9aqJQOkxDRL9O9uNcy7TLO8f37Nd1SomqZY2-lhJC1-pcxn0_9M7gZ/pub?start=true&loop=false&delayms=10000&slide=id.p
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
The volleyball team played a great quad yesterday at Bay City Central against tough competition: B 2-0 Swan Valley 25-23, 25-21 B 2-0 Alpena 25-16, 25-16 B 0-2 Bay City Central 24-26, 25-27 Molly Gerow 21 Kills, 27 digs, 6 blocks Mady Pahl 35 assists, 19 digs, 9 kills, 6 aces Alexis Grove 25 digs Volleyball travels to Shepherd on Wednesday. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton volleyball beats Gladwin in 4 sets to go 1-0 in JPC. GO RED!!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
7-12 student and families you can order books from Scholastic. Details: Class Order Due Date: 09/30/20 Connect to Our Class Page: https://orders.scholastic.com/HDCJ7 Shop the flyers with your child: https://editions.mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?i=667429
8 months ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
JV and Varsity Volleyball have season and conference home opener vs. Gladwin this Friday, Sept. 11. JV begins at 6:00 and varsity to follow. The game is not open to the public as each participant is only allowed two spectators. The games will be live-streamed on the Beaverton Jr/Sr High Facebook Page. GO RED!
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
The MHSAA provides facial covering guidance during competition for fall sports: https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%209.pdf
8 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
Are you child's immunization shots up to date? Central Michigan District Health Department is offering a back to school pop-up shot clinic at their Gladwin Office. Please see flyer.
8 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA reinstates football for this fall!!Games will begin in Week 4 on Friday, September 18th. All teams will make playoffs and more playoff information will be communicated once released. Players are allowed 2 fans. Football games will be live-streamed through the Jr/Sr High Facebook page. Gyms are opened next Wednesday. Volleyball team will host Gladwin next Friday, September 11th and the game will be live-streamed, as each volleyball player is allowed 2 spectators. Cross country team is running in their first race today in Ogemaw Heights. Thank you for your cooperation with the spectator guidelines as we are all so thankful and excited that fall sports are taking place! GO RED!!
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
2020 Seniors: I hope all is going well. If you still have the school's novel "The Great Gatsby" or any library books. Please drop them off during normal school hours. Thank you.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Good day everyone. This is Mike Bassage BJSHS principal calling. This call is only for students who signed up for Beaverton Virtual Academy. We want everyone to know that all students have been signed up. However, the online company we have partnered with, Educere, is overwhelmed with registrations from around the country. If you have not received the welcome email yet, it will be coming, but may be delayed a few days. Remember, online student classes are self paced. They are not dependent on the regular school’s schedule. A student can word ahead as much as they like, but must be done by the end of the first semester. The classes are accessible 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Again we apologize for any delay, but understand that Educere is working as fast as possible processing everyone’s schedule. Have a great rest of the weekend!
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
UPDATE: Online students and their families. As you can imagine, every school district around the country is working tirelessly right now trying to meet the needs of students who have switched to online learning. We know everyone is very excited about getting up and running. Rest assured, we are working as fast as we can to get this done. We still are planning for everyone to be ready by Monday. However, this is a new process for everyone and very time consuming. Something to keep in mind, is that online students are on their own schedules. The classes are self-paced. They are not dependent on the school’s daily schedule. Unlike regular school, students will have access to classes 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. They can work ahead as much as they would like, but must be done by the end of the first semester.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Good evening everyone. This message only relates to our students enrolled in Career Technical Education classes, otherwise known as CTE. CTE will start on the second day of school. There will be a mandatory meeting on the first day of school @ 10am in the media center. Something new this year for CTE students is they will be permitted to drive themselves to their respective program. However, proper permission forms must be completed prior to doing so. You can find the form on our website under our Beaverton Jr/Sr High School web page, click on explore, then guidance/counseling, and finally click career & vocational opportunities. It’s at the top of that page. Thank you and I look forward to meeting with everyone on the first day of school.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Joseph Passalacqua
WELCOME BACK! The return of the Beaverton staff. All staff were engaged in a virtual training with over 1000 other educators from around the state. #GoBeavers
9 months ago, Joseph Passalacqua
Jennifer Johnston
For those interested in playing 7th & 8th Grade Volleyball this fall: We found out from the Michigan High School Athletic Association yesterday that middle school sports practices can begin for volleyball. The 7th and 8th graders will begin practice on the first day of school on August 31st. Practice takes place in the elementary and ends at 5:30. Parents should pick up students at 5:30 at the elementary. Students should be prepared for outdoor activity, if gyms are still not allowed by the first day of school. In order to practice, 7th graders must have a sports physical on file with the office. https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/physical2page.pdf 8th graders that handed in a physical to the office last year don’t need a new physical this year. The health questionnaire must be filled out, signed and handed into office in order to practice. https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/healthquestionnaire.pdf Once we're allowed in the gym, games begin at 5:00 and are played in the jr/sr high gymnasium. Parents are responsible for transportation to away games. Game schedule: https://www.beavertonruralschools.com/o/beavertonjrsr/athletics?filter=73323 GO RED!
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA announces the delay in the start of volleyball competitions for Regions 1-5 and 7. Beaverton is Region 4. We can't wait to see the Lady Beavers in action, once gymnasiums are opened. GO RED! https://secondhalf.mhsaa.com/All-News/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/9192/Council-Approves-Competition-in-3-More-Sports
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
BEAVERTON VIRTUAL ACADEMY STUDENTS: This is ONLY for the students who have signed up for Beaverton Virtual Academy. Calls have been placed to every student in order to verify your virtual schedule. However, we have not heard back from many of you. If you have not talked to somebody at the school verifying your online classes, you must contact the school by Thursday, August 20th, or a schedule will be created for you. Again, this is only for students who have previously signed up for Beaverton Virtual Academy. Please call 989-246-3010
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
8th-12th Grade Open House: Hello, Beaverton Students and Parents, The 8th -12th grade open house scheduled for Wednesday, August 26th has been cancelled. Later this week, a video will be shared that will show the new processes and procedures for the upcoming school year. In addition to the video, each grade level has a designated day where students that are attending school to receive face-to-face instruction can come with one adult to get their class schedule, new locker information and student handbook. Everyone entering the building must wear a mask. Here is the schedule: 8th grade is on Tuesday, August 25th: (same locker as last year) 9th grade is on Wednesday, August 26th: (new lockers) 10th grade is on Thursday, August 27th: (new lockers) 11th and 12th grade is on Friday, August 28th: (same locker as last year) You may come to the school on your designated day between 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Thank you for being patient if you have to wait to enter the building as there is a limit to how many people are allowed in the building at once. Lastly, please note that student e-mails have changed. The name part is still the same. However, the domain has changed to: @beavertonschools.net.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA announces today that football season is postponed to the spring. We are thinking of the Beaverton Football Players, coaches and families. We look forward to seeing the Beavers in action this spring. GO RED! https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%206.pdf
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Mike Bassage
7th GRADE OPEN HOUSE Seventh grade orientation has been rescheduled from Wednesday, August 19th to Friday, August 21st from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. for students that are attending school to receive face-to-face instruction. Your 7th grade Student can come to the school office with one adult to get their class schedule, student handbook, practice their locker and get a tour of the building. Everyone entering the building must wear a mask. Please be patient if you need to wait to enter the building, as there is a limit on the number of people allowed at one time. If you are not able to attend on Friday, August 21st, please call the office to schedule an appointment.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Mike Bassage
Good evening everyone. I have a few updates to share with you regarding the start of the school year this fall: 1) We have received several questions about students returning to face to face instruction and mask exemptions. If you are seeking a mask exemption for your child, the school will need a Dr’s note clearly stating they are unable to wear a mask during school. We will not be able to accept a Dr. note stating your child has asthma, as example. The Dr. note must address your child’s inability to wear a mask while at school. Again, providing documentation that your child has respiratory issues does not automatically exempt them from wearing a mask. 2) A friendly reminder, students and families have until August 14th to sign up for Beaverton Virtual Academy. This is our virtual, online learning program. 3) Finally, any student who is going to be a virtual,online learning student, may still take their visual performing applied arts credit at the school. For example, a virtual, online student is permitted to take band on campus. This is only allowed for the visual performing and applied arts credit. If you believe this applies to you or have any other questions, please call the school at 246-3010. Thank you and have a good evening.
9 months ago, Mike Bassage
Jennifer Johnston
Fall Student-Athletes and Families: The fall athletic participation fee will not be collected until we hear from the MHSAA about competitions (by August 20th). GO RED!
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY PRACTICE BEGINS ON Wednesday, August 12th at 5:00 p.m. Students are to meet by the track and bring their own water bottle with name on it. Coach will screen students prior to participating. We are looking for more team members to join cross country and encourage students to consider joining, as it's a very rewarding experience! IN ORDER TO PRACTICE: -Physical on file dated after April 15, 2019 -Signed health questionnaire on file https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/healthquestionnaire.pdf -Green card to hand to coach (office open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. daily) RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES: https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/PACKET%20XC.pdf GO RED!
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV & VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS begin Wednesday, August 12th-Friday, August 14th from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Students meet outside jr/sr high gym doors. Practice must take place outside, on the south side of the gym. Students should wear outdoor, gym shoes and bring a water bottle with name on it. Students will be screened by coaches prior to participating. IN ORDER TO PRACTICE: -Physical on file dated after April 15, 2019 -Signed health questionnaire on file https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/healthquestionnaire.pdf -Green card to hand to coach (office open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. daily) VOLLEYBALL RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES: https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/PACKET%20VB.pdf The MHSAA will make an announcement about the start of competition by August 20th. GO RED!
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV & VARSITY FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS ON MONDAY, AUGUST 10th from 4:00-8:30 p.m. Students will be screened prior to participating by coaches. Students must bring their own water bottle with name clearly labeled on it. IN ORDER TO PRACTICE: -Physical on file dated after April 15, 2019 -Signed health questionnaire on file https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/healthquestionnaire.pdf -Green Card to hand to coach Mrs. Arndt and Ms. Johnston will be passing out green cards outside of the football gate beginning at 2:45 on Monday. FOOTBALL RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES: https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/PACKET%20FB.pdf An MHSAA announcement for the start of competition will be made by August 20th.
9 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Joseph Passalacqua
(I stole some words from a very proud daughter who honored Garry on her personal page.) It was over 16 years ago that Garry made the decision to run for a seat on the Beaverton School Board and during the time he served, has seen many changes along the way. He has voted with much thought and deliberation on many crucial issues to assure a positive outcome for our school district and we thank him for that. Garry's years on the Board also allowed him the honor to personally hand 5 of his 6 Grandchildren their diplomas as they walked across the graduation stage. As he has now resigned from his position, we want to acknowledge his service to the students, staff, administration at Beaverton Schools. Thanks Garry ❤ Thank you Garry Clark for your years of service and commitment to Beaverton. #GoBeavers
9 months ago, Joseph Passalacqua
Jennifer Johnston
Here is the MHSAA update on fall sports. Thanks for your patience while things are determined, based off the new guidelines: https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Guidance%205.pdf
10 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
SPORTS PHYSICAL INFORMATION FOR JR/SR HIGH MHSAA SPORTS: The sports physical requirement will be waived for students in any grade who received a valid physical during the 2019-20 school year. The physical must be dated after April 15, 2019 and on file with the athletic office. IN ORDER TO PRACTICE, the attached 2 page health questionnaire must be filled out, signed and on file with the athletic office. SPORTS PHYSICAL OFFERING AT JR/SR HIGH: Tuesday, August 4th from noon to 2:00 p.m. Provided by Mid-Michigan Medical Professional, Jenna McCummings, M.S.N., A.G.P.C.N.P.-B.C. We thank Jenna for volunteering her time and service. MHSAA Health Questionnaire https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety/healthquestionnaire.pdf MHSAA Health Questionnaire FAQ Sheet https://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/Documents/health%20safety GO RED!
10 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Here is a positive update from the MHSAA in regards to fall sports: https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Summer%20Guidance%20Update%204.pdf GO RED!!!!
10 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Here is a memo from the MHSAA explaining next steps and no change to current allowable athletic activities. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/july1update.pdf Click here for what is currently allowed by the MHSAA: https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Summer%20Guidance%20Update%202.pdf
10 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
ATHLETIC PHYSICAL INFORMATION FOR JR/SR HIGH MHSAA SPORTS: Please see attached information explaining that the sports physical requirement will be waived for students in any grade who received a valid physical during the 2019-20 school year. The physical must be dated after April 15, 2019 and on file with the athletic office. IN ORDER TO PRACTICE, the attached 2 page health questionnaire must be filled out, signed and on file with the athletic office. Based off of the health history, the school may require a student to have a physical. ATHLETIC PHYSICAL OFFERING AT JR/SR HIGH: Tuesday, August 4th from noon to 3:00 p.m. Provided by Mid-Michigan Medical Professional, Jenna McCummings, M.S.N., A.G.P.C.N.P.-B.C. We thank Jenna for volunteering her time and service. GO RED!
11 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
10th-12th Grade Students and Families, Here is information on Coleman's Agriscience program that is open to 10th-12th Grade Beaverton students for a half day program: •Earn high school credit in math, science and visual performing arts. • Students can also receive 6 credits to MSU or 23 credits to Davenport. (Must attend the program for two years to earn this) •Opportunity to enroll in Early/Middle College Program, getting students started on an associate’s degree or certificate at Delta College or MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology. •OSHA-10 safety certification and industry certifications provided by iCEV and numerous other organizations. •Integrates animal & plant sciences, agribusiness, food science & technology and natural resources •Classroom, lab and work-based learning • Diverse opportunities regardless of background or future plans •Draws together students from multiple schools across the state •Leadership training and industry/soft skill certifications •Opportunity to be inducted into the National Technical Honor Society If you are interested, call 246-3010 or e-mail jjohnston@beavertonruralschools.com.
11 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Beaverton Senior, Jarrett Inscho, for officially signing with Mid Michigan College today to play baseball. We wish him the very best!
11 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Students: do you still have items at the school that you left in your locker? Please contact the office ASAP to arrange a pickup!
11 months ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Student locker items are included in the deliveries, for those families that have not picked up yet, and receive the food deliveries. For those families that are not receiving deliveries and still have not picked up locker items at the school, please pick them up between 8-4:00 Monday-Thursday, at your earliest convenience.
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Here is the last newsletter of the school year. We wish everyone a happy and safe summer! https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1Ked4jLLKflgKaXoF3ZUO3fL2CilEkv_9h2IAV3NEf1w/edit?usp=sharing
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jr/Sr High Student-Athletes and Families, Here is the MHSAA memo explaining the allowable, return to OUTDOOR activities. Beaverton's outdoor athletic facilities become available beginning Thursday, June 4th. Gyms and weight room are still closed. Coaches will share schedule and activities through their normal modes of communication. Student-athletes will be required to take their temperature and wash/sanitize hands before participating. We also ask that each athlete brings their own water bottle. Questions or concerns can be e-mailed to athletic director at jjohnston@beavertonruralschools.com ,directly to coach, or call the main office. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/MHSAA%20Summer%20Guidance%20Update%201.pdf
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jr/ Sr High Students and Families, Please take a moment to read the MHSAA's statement released last Friday afternoon. As soon as activities become allowable, we will make sure student-athletes are aware of allowable activities and that Beaverton Staff follow all safety protocols. https://www.mhsaa.com/Portals/0/Documents/AD%20Forms/Guidance%205-29-20.pdf
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Seniors' Reminder: Locker contents can be picked up beginning at 7:00 tonight. If any seniors have library books, text books, sports uniforms, or other materials that belong to the school, please bring them with you tonight to drop off. The Cruise will be taking place tonight. Be sure you are in the School's front parking lot prior to 8:00 to be a part of it. The cruise will also be broadcast tonight on 106.7 FM in town.
12 months ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Jr/Sr High Students and Parents, We hope this message finds you and your family doing as well as you can during these difficult times. Thank you for your patience while we cleaned out belongings from student lockers. Items are now ready for pick up and here is the schedule: Current 12th Grade Students: Friday, May 29th from 7:00-7:45 p.m. at main office entrance (before cruise) Current 11th AND 10th Grade Students: Monday, June 1st from 4-6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, June 2nd from 10:00-1:00 p.m. at the main office entrance Current 9th Grade Students: Monday, June 1st from 4-6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at DOOR #7 Current 7th AND 8th Grade Students: Monday, June 1st from 4-6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, June 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m at DOOR #32  Unfortunately, students are not allowed to enter the building. Please walk up to the designated door for current grade level,  provide student name, and a staff member will go get the items for you. If the above pick up times do not work, please call the office at 989-246-3010 and schedule a pick up during normal office hours of 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Please give us at least 24 hour notice for special pick up arrangements. Lastly, please note that distance learning will be finished at the end of this week. There will be no online learning or paper packets for next week, as the school year has come to a close. Thank you for all of your efforts and flexibility during the distance learning. We appreciate it! We wish you and your family a happy and safe summer. GO RED! 
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Hillary Phillips
Lets support the class of 2020 and their fresh new start! Wear white tomorrow! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iR7QwqPVkxhryti2mp3wr490Jx3v29vHf5aP8BUwhPk/edit?usp=sharing
12 months ago, Hillary Phillips
Hillary Phillips
Newsletter #6 We hope everyone is safe and healthy as we move into the last week of school! https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1TOXmTWJHaBQl8wCAerW4AcxAmYnP0XEauuyVTt8QnGg/edit?usp=sharing
12 months ago, Hillary Phillips
Ryan Roberts
The Senior Cruise is back on! Friday, May 29.
12 months ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Senior Honors Night: Thursday, May 28 at 7:00. Links to the video will be posted to the Facebook Page and sent in email 2020 grads.
12 months ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
CLASS OF 2020: Please check your school email for a one question survey to complete by this Thursday at 6:00. Thank you. GO RED!
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
CLASS OF 2020: If you have documents on your “P” Drive that you want, please make a copy by next Friday OR call the school office at 246-3010 by next Friday and let us know what documents you would like saved. Have a safe holiday weekend.
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Class of 2020: Here is a picture of some of your classmates that are thinking of you. We hope this puts a smile of your face.
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
SENIORS: Fill out Remember When NOW please :) We need more memories. Must be school appropriate. https://forms.gle/jQpixEbH6Gn4eTE17
12 months ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Jennifer Johnston
We are thinking of the Beaverton Community and Families. We hope that you are all safe during the floods. BEAVERTON STRONG 💪
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Let's honor the Class of 2020 this Thursday by wearing white for a "White Out Day" for this week's spirit day. See attached flyer!
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Students, here is this week's newsletter. We hope you are enjoying these activities. GO RED!
12 months ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Thanks to everyone for joining in the spirit day last week. The theme this week is: Mix & Match.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Have a great week, Beaverton! Newsletter #4
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Are you a student that has been working mainly on the Paper Packet platform? Reach out to your teachers and let them know what you have been working on lately! Teachers are here to help and would love to hear from their students. For contact information, go here: https://www.beavertonschools.net/article/233450?org=beavertonjrsr
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Renee Hargrove
Check out the district book fair hosted by Scholastic Books. Order online and your books will be delivered to your house. https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=beavertonschools
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Ryan Roberts
It's Teacher Appreciation Week. We love our teachers in Beaverton! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the betterment of our students!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON STRONG: Everyone is encouraged to wear Beaverton gear on Thursday, May 7th.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
SENIORS: Here is the link to the Remember When survey (some responses will go in the yearbook). Please fill out and share (12th grade only). https://forms.gle/CZevbTKigtu7EA9B6
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Ryan Roberts
Attention Seniors: Cap and Gowns will be available for pickup at the front of the Jr/Sr High on Thursday, May 7 from 4-6:00 PM. This will be a curbside pickup from Herff-Jones. If you have questions or outstanding bills, please contact Joe Fox, sales representative, at 989-773-1337 or email JFox@herffjones.com.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Kelli Fitzpatrick
SENIORS: Please fill out this Bio form for the Gladwin County Record ASAP (before May 8). https://forms.gle/hRrR9wm1kB8AemWYA If a senior does not have access to internet, please call the high school office and give your info to Candy at 989-246-3010.
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Free audiobooks for Teens 13+ and Adults! Starting April 30 and running through the summer, SYNC offers 2 free featured YA audiobook downloads per week. Sign up at the link: https://www.audiobooksync.com/
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Students going into grades 8-12 next year: Interested in joining Yearbook? Fill out this online application to be considered, and email Mrs. Phillips to let her know you are interested in the class. Contact Ms. Fitz with questions! https://forms.gle/A2jFqyRQpK6hBdda7
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Hillary Phillips
about 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Jennifer Johnston
BLEACHER CREATURES: Thought it would be fun on this rainy day to look at how much fun we had at games this year!! GREAT JOB and GO RED!!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Today is Earth Day! I want to challenge you to go for a walk outside and pick up trash in your neighborhood! Take pictures of any pollution you see in your neighborhood and think about how that pollution could be reduced! Get out and enjoy the sun today! Miss you all, Mrs. Hargrove
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Ryan Roberts
Buses are loaded for delivery for those families that requested! Thank you to everyone that is making this work!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Hillary Phillips
Future Leaders 2020 Scholarship is for the 'working students'. Making a difference within their local community and beyond. No GPA requirement. Apply now: https://www.9and10news.com/2020/04/02/future-leaders-application/
about 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Hillary Phillips
Students interested in dual enrollment for next year need to schedule appointments with a MID Mentor by following this link https://calendly.com/lgolden-3?month=2020-04&date=2020-04-28 If you have questions about eligibility or course options please email Mrs. Phillips
about 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Hillary Phillips
Are you a 2020 graduate, heading to Central Michigan University? If so, apply now for the Joseph P. Carey scholarship at CMU. This scholarship is for Beaverton graduates ONLY! Apply now through Scholarship Universe. https://www.cmich.edu/ess/OSFA/Pages/default.aspx
about 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Ryan Roberts
Please see the information in this graphic about packet pickup for this week. If you would like to pickup at Billings Township Hall, please contact the main office at the school (989-246-3010) to make sure your packet is available.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Governor Whitmer ordered all Michigan residents to remain at home to avoid further spread of COVID-19 and that order has now been extended through at least the end of April. We had hoped that the stay at home order would be lifted soon and that we would be able to take part in the many end-of-year traditions that we have loved. However, it is clear to us now that this is not the case. I am so sorry to inform you that Prom, scheduled for Saturday, May 2, has been canceled. Also canceled is the 8th grade trip to Mackinac Island. We know that these are two of the many events you were looking forward to this spring. We are sure that this is upsetting to students, parents, and friends, but it is necessary. Decisions on other planned events will be made in the coming weeks including awards presentations at graduation. During this crisis, we must put the health and safety of all students first.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
School staff had the opportunity, on a limited basis, to come into the school today to work on supporting our students. We were greeted with these words of encouragement and artwork. Thank you to whomever was thinking of us as we take on our new educational challenge! We love our Beaverton Community! #GoBeavers
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
This is a useful opportunity for juniors and seniors. Check it out!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA Cancels Remainder of 2019-20 Winter & Spring Season EAST LANSING, Mich. – April 3 – The Michigan High School Athletic Association has canceled the remainder of the 2019-20 Winter and Spring sports seasons, in compliance with the Thursday (April 2) “state of disaster” directive by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer closing school buildings and moving education online for the remainder of the school year to help decrease the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This will be the first school year to not see MHSAA Finals played in multiple sports since 1942-43, when World War II led to the elimination of Finals in most sports. We are thinking of our student-athletes, parents, coaches and fans. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
Wonder if the day: Have You Ever Been Spelunking? https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/have-you-ever-been-spelunking
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
Another great site offering free books! These are audio. Enjoy. https://stories.audible.com/discovery
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Ryan Roberts
As you have likely heard, schools in Michigan have been shut down for the rest of the year by executive order of the governor. We know that our Beaverton families have a lot of questions about what we are doing and what you should do next. Please be patient as we continue to work on our plan for our students. We are trying to keep the best interests of our students in mind as we design educational opportunities for all of them. More information will be shared with you as our work is completed. We are strong together! #GoBeavers
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Renee Hargrove
Need something to do other than watch tv? Try out a podcast! Check out Stuff You Should Know: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-stuff-you-should-know-26940277/
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
Wonder of the Day: What Is Your Achilles’ Heel? https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-is-your-achilles-heel
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
Thinking of our spring student-athletes/parents, coaches and Beaverton Fans. Here is a helpful article. STAY STRONG & GO RED! https://appliedsportpsych.org/blog/2020/03/the-covid-19-pandemic-tips-for-athletes-coaches-parents-and-the-sport-community/
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Yearbooks are still on sale online at this link! The Yearbook staff is continuing to create the book, even through remarkable circumstances. https://yearbookforever.com/schools/beaverton_juniorsenior_high_school_buy_yearbook_313196/
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Renee Hargrove
Running out of books to read? Check out these free downloadable books: https://www.goodreads.com/ebooks
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
Running out of books to read? Check out these free downloadable books: https://www.goodreads.com/ebooks
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Renee Hargrove
Wonder of the day: What is the Fibonacci Sequence? To find out visit: https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-is-the-fibonacci-sequence
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennie Ewert
Congratulations LOGAN MATHEWS for being selected as the Junior Business Student of the Year at Northwood University. This honor comes with a $5,000 renewable scholarship ($20,000 over four years). Logan is most deserving of this award.
about 1 year ago, Jennie Ewert
Renee Hargrove
Wonder of the Day: Can Neurotechnology Connect Our Brains? Visit Wonderopolis to find out! https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/Can-Neurotechnology-Connect-Our-Brains
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Ryan Roberts
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Sick of sitting around and being lazy around the house? Stay in shape by using Mr. Butzu’s recommended workout that does not require any special equipment.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Renee Hargrove
Dear Seniors, Don’t dwell on the days lost, think about the moments that are held in your memories — they are what matter! Much Love, Mrs. Hargrove
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA Coronavirus Updates March 24: The MHSAA has extended its suspension of activities in all sports for all seasons through Monday, April 13, to fall in line with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s school closure and “stay home, stay safe” orders to deter the spread of COVID-19. All athletic activities to be halted include practices, scrimmages and competitions/games, as well as strength training, conditioning and any other organized sessions and activities in all MHSAA in-season and out-of-season sports. Stay strong, Beavers!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
7-12 graders: the Beaverton High School Yearbook staff needs your help! We are continuing to create a yearbook that reflects your school year and need help covering this time period! We are looking for students willing to be interviewed via phone or email for a story or personal profile in the yearbook, especially regarding these subjects: --Spring sports (Track, baseball, softball, etc--if you've played in the past or were planning to) --Academics (What have you learned in one of your classes this year that has impacted you?) --COVID-19 Quarantine stories (This is a historic moment in time--how are you spending your time at home while school is closed?) NOTE: We also need school appropriate photos of you doing these activities or just chilling! --Cool hobbies, interests, or experiences of yours from this year (they don't have to be about school) Contact STELLA GOVITZ, the Kaleidoscope Feature Editor, with your experiences! She can be reached on social media or skgovitz@stu.beavertonruralschools.com
about 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Ryan Roberts
Information for food pickup.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Michigan Virtual is offering free classes for students. This is a platform that we use often at the school, so some students will be familiar with the format. https://lc.michiganvirtual.org/#_ga=2.58335785.222348768.1584550805-727571514.1584550805
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Mrs. Ewert created a mini-lesson for anyone that would like to learn how to make a checklist with Google Sheets. Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmJik39Y88M&feature=youtu.be
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
BEAVERTON STUDENTS: Keep your brain and body healthy by reading and exercising EVERYDAY, while maintaining a daily routine. BEAVERTON STRONG!!!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Renee Hargrove
I was not able to get our March book orders out! Please use the following link to order your books! Please place your orders by March 30th! Happy Reading! https://orders.scholastic.com/HDCJ7
about 1 year ago, Renee Hargrove
Ryan Roberts
Happy Pi Day! And if you’re looking for some fun activities to celebrate, check out some ideas here: https://mathgeekmama.com/math-resources/pi-day-goodness/
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
The Michigan High School Athletic Association has directed all member schools to suspend activities in all sports for all seasons- effective Monday, March 16 through at least Sunday, April 5th. All activities include practices, scrimmages and competitions/games, as well as strength training, conditioning and any other organized sessions and activities in all MHSAA in-season and out-of-season sports. Updates will continue to be posted as necessary to the MHSAA Website at https://www.mhsaa.com/coronavirus, and to the Beaverton Schools Social Media.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 13, 2020 • Governor Gretchen Whitmer has canceled all school for the state of Michigan from Monday, March 16 through April 5. More information about the school will be communicated as it is determined through our Website, App, and Social Media platforms. • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day “Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren’t very new after all.” Abraham Lincoln • We recommend that students take home belongings that they will need for the next three weeks. • If you are a student that will need medications currently on file at school or medical equipment used in the school setting during the closure, please contact your parent and the building secretary so that arrangements can be made for pick up. Certain medications such as controlled substances must be picked up by a parent. Medications and equipment not needed during the closure can remain at school. • Students taking college classes should follow the guidance of the college or university. • 7th and 8th grade students your World's Finest Chocolate candy bar money is due to Ms. Coughlin or Mrs. Hubble by next Tuesday March 17th. Let us know if you are having a problem selling the rest of your candy bars. • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • It’s Snack Time! All students staying after school can get a FREE snack from the food service staff EVERY day! Look for your friendly food services faces in your school cafeteria right after school. Don’t miss out and get fueled up before your after school activities! Counseling News: Interested in dual enrollment? There will be an informational meeting for both parents and students on Monday, March 16th in the library starting at 7. Dual enrolled students: do you have an upcoming midterm or test? Be sure to check the date and think about how spring break might impact that! Think ahead to avoid the panic. Event Results: Events: All events hosted at the school during the mandatory closure have been canceled at this time. Birthday: Shaylynn Beall, Jade Eastman, & Gage Swartzmiller Today’s Lunch Menu: Shepherd’s Pie, Biscuit, & Cherry Crisp
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 12, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day “There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” Walt Disney • Late bus (Clover) if students do not have a yellow late bus pass have them come to the office. • 7th and 8th grade students your World's Finest Chocolate candy bar money is due to Ms. Coughlin or Mrs. Hubble by next Tuesday March 17th. Let us know if you are having a problem selling the rest of your candy bars. • Boys Basketball Awards will be Tuesday March 17th @ 6:30 pm in the cafeteria. • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting today in Hache's room during 1st lunch • It’s Snack Time! All students staying after school can get a FREE snack from the food service staff EVERY day! Look for your friendly food services faces in your school cafeteria right after school. Don’t miss out and get fueled up before your after school activities! • Music Booster Meeting this today @ 5:30 pm in the band room. Counseling News: Interested in dual enrollment? There will be an informational meeting for both parents and students on Monday, March 16th in the library starting at 7. Dual enrolled students: do you have an upcoming midterm or test? Be sure to check the date and think about how spring break might impact that! Think ahead to avoid the panic. Event Results: Events: Birthday: Colby Christian, Brandon Hipkins, Bailey Stevens, Hannah Tilkins, & Haley Yardley. Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, Blueberry Crisp
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 11, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day “Once you have a read a book you care about, some part of it is always with you.” Louis L’Amour • Film Club meeting today is cancelled. • Jersey collection for 7th grade boys basketball will be Thursday, March 12th. Coach Gaudard will be down by the weight room to collect your shorts and jersey. • 7th and 8th grade students your World's Finest Chocolate candy bar money is due to Ms. Coughlin or Mrs. Hubble by next Tuesday March 17th. Let us know if you are having a problem selling the rest of your candy bars. • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Mar. 12th in Hache's room during 1st lunch • It’s Snack Time! All students staying after school can get a FREE snack from the food service staff EVERY day! Look for your friendly food services faces in your school cafeteria right after school. Don’t miss out and get fueled up before your after school activities! • Music Booster Meeting this Thursday (3/12) @ 5:30 pm in the band room. Counseling News: Interested in dual enrollment? There will be an informational meeting for both parents and students on Monday, March 16th in the library starting at 7. Dual enrolled students: do you have an upcoming midterm or test? Be sure to check the date and think about how spring break might impact that! Think ahead to avoid the panic. Event Results: Events: Birthday: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: Spaghetti, Meatballs in Sauce, & Biscuit
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
This morning we honored our students of the month for March. Well done students!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 10, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day “the person who deserves most pity is a lonesome one on a rainy day who doesn’t know how to read.” Benjamin Franklin • JUNIOR HIGH TRACK AND FIELD: 7th and 8th graders interested in joining track and field should attend meeting on Tuesday during lunch. Get your lunch first at the time you eat with your grade, then go to library. Practice starts next Monday. • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Mar. 12th in Hache's room during 1st lunch • It’s Snack Time! All students staying after school can get a FREE snack from the food service staff EVERY day! Look for your friendly food services faces in your school cafeteria right after school. Don’t miss out and get fueled up before your after school activities! • Band and Choir Executive Board Meeting during First Lunch Today (3/10). • Music Booster Meeting this Thursday (3/12) @ 5:30 pm in the band room. Counseling News: Event Results: Boys Basketball lost to Beal City Events: Birthday: Gabriel Drudge, Adalee Martin, Lakin Scott Today’s Lunch Menu: 2 Chicken Egg Roll, Asian Brown Rice, Breadstick, & Sweet & Sour Sauce
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers lose 46-51 to Beal City in first round. Thank you, Seniors.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers down 44-47 with the ball with 1:17 to go. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Inscho hits a 3 at end of 3rd Quarter for Beavers to take first lead of night 35-34.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers cut lead 27-31 and Beal City calls time out with 3:29 to go in 3rd. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers down 16-28 at half time. Come on, RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers down 10-16 at end of 1st quarter against Beal City in first round of Districts in Farwell. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball travels to Farwell for first round of MHSAA Districts and plays Beal City at 6:00 p.m. GOOD LUCK BEAVERS!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Our Juniors are attending College & Career day at Mid today. Getting information to start thinking more seriously about their future goals.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 9, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies…The man who never reads lives only one.” George R.R. Martin • Juniors will be dismissed at 9:30 for Mid-Michigan College in Mt. Pleasant. • JUNIOR HIGH TRACK AND FIELD: 7th and 8th graders interested in joining track and field should attend meeting on Tuesday during lunch. Get your lunch first at the time you eat with your grade, then go to library. Practice starts next Monday. • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Mar. 12th in Hache's room during 1st lunch • It’s Snack Time! All students staying after school can get a FREE snack from the food service staff EVERY day! Look for your friendly food services faces in your school cafeteria right after school. Don’t miss out and get fueled up before your after school activities! • Congratulations to our JSHS Choir for earning an Excellent I Rating at District Choral Festival at Standish and qualifying for STATE in May. They received lovely comments and praise from the guest clinician following their performance AND earned a 27 out of 30 in the sight reading room. This is quite an achievement for our young choir - considering they were missing 11 singers!!! Keep up the excellent sound!!!! • Band and Choir Executive Board Meeting during First lunch Tuedsay (3/10). • Music Booster Meeting this Thursday (3/12) @ 5:30 pm in the band room. • Students preparing for State Solo & Ensemble Festival this week-end (3/14) at Midland High need to make arrangements to rehearse with Mrs. Kintner ASAP. Performance times were posted on the Beaverton Band Facebook page. • Beaverton Forensics Team earned a second place team trophy from the Alma Maze Tournament. Alisson tweed earned a 1st place individual trophy in Broadcasting. • All BB/SB players report to Mr. Wentworth’s room at 3:10 today before practice. • High School Track practice starts today. If you’re in the building after school, there will be running in the hallways starting at 3:30. Counseling News: Event Results: Bowling Final Scores at State Tournament were: Drew Minkina - 1,045, Xander Dell- 1,080, Ellie Minkina – 885, and Becca Claypool – 1,017. Wrestling States results: Jacob Cassiday – 4th place Events: Boys District Game @ Farwell vs Beal City. Bus leaves at 4:30, Game starts at 6:00, Drop & Go Weekend Birthday: Jacquilynn Hooper & Logan Mathews Birthday: Damon Strange & Devon Tilkins Today’s Lunch Menu: Pierogis with Italian Meat Sauce
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton's Forensics Team earned a second place team trophy from the Alma Maze tournament today. Allison Tweed earned a 1st place individual trophy in Broadcasting with 5 1/100's. Pictured is Allison Tweed, Julie Stacy, Breonna Noll, and Allissa Schwerin. Missing from picture Grace Hoag. Well done ladies!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations Beaverton Choir! They earned a I (Excellent) rating overall at Festival today!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Bowling update: Final scores: Drew: 1,045 Xander: 1,080 Ellie: 885 Becca: 1,017 Great season bowlers! #GoBeavers
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Wrestling update: Jacob Cassiday will be wrestling for 3rd place in the state after two wins this morning.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Our bowlers are competing at the MHSAA State Tournament in Lansing today. Good luck Xander, Drew, Ellie and Becca!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Jacob and Jake both lost in their first bouts at the State Wrestling Tournament. They will continue to wrestle today as it is a double-elimination tournament. #GoBeavers
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 6, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day: “So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place you can install a lovely bookshelf on the wall.” Roald Dahl • Baseball Practice schedules are in the office or see Mr. Wicke. • Juniors and Sophomores: Don't forget to turn in your CTE and scheduling forms! Turn them in sooner to lock in your preferred program! • Juniors that applied for Work-Based Learning for Next Year. Check your school email for a message from Mrs. Ewert. There is a meeting on today during 1st lunch in Room 155. Get your lunch and bring it with you. The meeting will start at 11:10 a.m. If you have questions, see Mrs. Ewert. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be on Friday, April 3rd. Sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Jr/Sr High School Equestrian Team sign-up sheet and information is in the office. • Attention Spring Sports athletes: Practices start March 9. You must have a physical and a green card from the office before that date. • There is a sign-up sheet for any girls interested in playing high school volleyball next year but missed the meeting. • Yearbook students will be selling yearbooks at lunch this week. $50 cash or check to Beaverton Schools. Get your book before it's too late! • Attention juniors and seniors: Are you planning to pursue a career in the military, EMT, Police Department, Fire, Justice System, or DNR? If so, see Shawnnah Hannah or Ms. Fitz before spring break to be featured on a spread for the yearbook! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Mar. 12th in Hache's room during 1st lunch Counseling News: Event Results: Boys basketball lost to Shepherd 43-47. District Games Monday in Farwell. Events: Girls Basketball Districts Championship game. Game starts at 7:00. Pinconning vs Farwell. Saturday: State Bowling Tournament – Royal Scot, Lansing Wrestling State Finals – Ford Field, Detroit Birthday: no birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: Chicken Leg & Au gratin Potatoes
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers get beat in Shepherd 43-47. Boys play Beal City in first round of Districts on Monday in Farwell at 6:00. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers down 22-35 at end of 3rd in Shepherd.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers down 16-21 at half time. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers up 8-6 at end of 1st in Shepherd.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball has last regular season game in Shepherd tonight while playing for the JPC CHAMPIONSHIP. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
On April 14, our students will take the PSAT 8, 9, 10, or SAT. If you haven't started practicing, start soon! https://youtu.be/patbkNnnAQ4
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Staying in the area for Spring Break? Check out this free bowling event sponsored by Ten16. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-bowling-event-forstudents- tickets-97217124035
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins big over Breckenridge 70-43 on parent night. Boys travel to Shepherd on Thursday for a crucial JPC game for conference championship. THANK YOU POM PON TEAM for all your hard work and great entertainment this season. A special thanks to the seniors. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Reminder: Wednesday, March 4 is a half day of school. We will be running 5, 6, and 7th periods. If you are in CTE, you will go to CTE at your normal times and will be excused from the classes you miss. There will still be a bus traveling for afternoon CTE.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Seniors looking at going into skilled trades, check out this scholarship opportunity. Deadline is fast approaching. Act now! http://gomasa.org/2020/02/26/set-seg-offers-skilled-trade-scholarships/
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 3, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day: “Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them.” Lemony Snicket • Juniors and Sophomores: Don't forget to turn in your CTE and scheduling forms! Turn them in sooner to lock in your preferred program! • The 4th graders will be presenting their Science Fair projects in the cafeteria Tuesday from 1:00-2:30 pm. Teachers are welcome to bring their classes down to see the projects and quiz students to see what they've learned. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be on Friday, April 3rd. Sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Jr/Sr High School Equestrian Team sign-up sheet and information is in the office. • Attention Spring Sports athletes: Practices start March 9. You must have a physical and a green card from the office before that date. • Madrigal auditions today at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller's room. Pick up a script starting Friday. • High school track meeting is today during lunch in room next to Ms. Wagner’s. There will be a treat to eat for those that attend. • There is a sign-up sheet for any girls interested in playing high school volleyball next year but missed the meeting. • HS Pep band report by 6:30 pm for game tonight. This is our last game of the season. • The JSHS Choir will travel to Standish on March 7 for the MSVMA Choral Festival. Vocalists need to report by 10:30 am to change into formal attire. Load bus and leave by 11 am. Arrive in Standish by 11:45 am. Warm-up during lunch. Watch Gladwin Wings in auditorium @ 1 pm prior to our performance @ 1:20 pm. Please double check uniforms this week. Our accompanist is coming TODAY. • Wednesday Schedule: We will run periods 5, 6, & 7 only tomorrow. • CTE will operate on a normal schedule on Wednesday. Busing will be provided in the afternoon for students even though school is not in session. Event Results: Girls Basketball lost a tough one to Pinconning, 55-49. Events: JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs Breckenridge, Parent Night, Game starts at 6:00pm Birthday: Makenzie Haapala Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) BBQ Ribbies, BBQ Baked Beans, & Hoagie
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball loses tough one in Districts to Pinconning 55-49. Great season girls- we are proud of you!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball up 26-15 at half vs. Number 1 seed Pinconning. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA Girls Basketball First Round District Game tonight in Beaverton, as the Lady Beavers take on the #1 seed, Pinconning Spartans. Game is at 7:00. No passes accepted and tickets are $6. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: March 2, 2020 • March is Reading Month: “The more that you read the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go” Dr. Seuss. Happy birthday to Dr. Seuss!! • Reminder Court Field Trip today at 11:15. • Varsity Boys Basketball members and Pom Pon Girls, Parent Night is approaching, stop in the office to sign up. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be on Friday, April 3rd. Sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Jr/Sr High School Equestrian Team sign-up sheet and information is in the office. • Attention Spring Sports athletes: Practices start March 9. You must have a physical and a green card from the office before that date. • Madrigal auditions Tuesday, March 3rd at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller's room. Pick up a script starting Friday. • CORRECTION: High school track meeting on Tuesday during lunch in room next to Ms. Wagner’s. There will be a treat to eat for those that attend. • There is a sign-up sheet for any girls interested in playing high school volleyball next year but missed the meeting. Counseling News: Event Results: 8th Grade Boys Basketball won Jack Pine Conference Tournament, they beat Clare 34-32, with Reese Longstreth hitting a 3pt 7 seconds from the end of the game. Then they beat Gladwin by 5 pt for the Championship win. Bowlers qualifying for State Competition are Xander Dell, Drew Minkina, Ellie Minkina, & Becca Claypool JV Boys Basketball lost against Gladwin. Varsity Boys Basketball won against Gladwin. Varsity Girls Basketball won against Gladwin. Events: Girls Basketball District Game: Beaverton vs Pinconning, game starts at 7:00 pm. Any Student that need help with game ticket money please Ms. Johnston. Weekend Birthdays: Noah Coffey, Andrew Cooper & Jeremiah Smith Birthday: Anna Killian Today’s Lunch Menu: Meatloaf & Dinner Roll
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the following bowlers for qualifying for the individual State Bowling Finals next Saturday at today’s Regional in Traverse City: Xander Dell- 2nd place Drew Minkina- 10th place Ellie Minkina and Becca Claypool- tied for 8th WAY TO GO, BEAVERS!!!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to the 8th Grade Boys Basketball for winning the Gold Division of the JPC Tournament today. WAY TO GO!!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball defeats Gladwin 57-43. Boys host Breckenridge Tuesday for varsity basketball and pom pon parent night. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Varsity half time score vs. Gladwin: 25-20 GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Final Four Volleyball Team honored at half time tonight. WHAT A SEASON!!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
State Final Qualifying Wrestlers: Junior Jake Fischer and Senior Jacob Cassiday recognized at tonight’s basketball game. Best wishes at State Finals at Ford Field next weekend.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls Basketball defeats Gladwin 52-43 to win back the Cedar Cup Trophy. Girls play Pinconning on Monday in Beaverton at 7:00 in first round of districts.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 28, 2020 • Varsity Boys Basketball members and Pom Pon Girls, Parent Night is approaching, stop in the office to sign up. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be on Friday, April 3rd. Sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance tonight after the games until 11 pm. • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser tonight during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • Jr/Sr High School Equestrian Team sign-up sheet and information is in the office. • Attention Spring Sports athletes: Practices start March 9. You must have a physical and a green card from the office before that date. • Madrigal auditions Tuesday, March 3rd at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller's room. Pick up a script starting Friday. • High school track meeting on Thursday during lunch in room next to Ms. Wagner’s. There will be a treat to eat for those that attend. There is a sign-up sheet for any girls interested in playing high school volleyball next year but missed the meeting. Counseling News: Event Results: JV-B Basketball lost to Gladwin 57-45, Matt Pongracz 19 pts, Tylar south 18 pts Events: JV Boys Basketball Vs Gladwin game starts at 4:30 Varsity Girls Basketball vs Gladwin game starts at 6:00 Varsity Boys Basketball vs Gladwin game starts at 7:30 Saturday: 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament @ Harrison, games start at 9:00 am. Birthday: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu change) Tater Tot Casserole
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Game tomorrow night vs. Gladwin. NHS is selling luminaries for $10. Proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Miracle Minute will take place. Girls Volleyball team will be honored at halftime of the boys varsity game. FRIDAY GAME SCHEDULE IN BEAVERTON: JV boys at 4:30 Varsity Girls 6:00 Boys Varsity 7:30 Spanish Dance after game Best of luck to the BOWLING team that is competing in the MHSAA REGIONAL this Friday and Saturday in Traverse City. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
8th Grade Tournament Bracket in Harrison:
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
7th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament Bracket for this Saturday in Harrison:
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 27, 2020 • Varsity Boys Basketball members and Pom Pon Girls, Parent Night is approaching, stop in the office to sign up. • Academic after-schools will be held in Mrs. Sanderson's classroom tonight. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be on Friday, April 3rd. Sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Melissa Preston from 4-H will be here on today during 9-12th grade lunch in front of the Cafeteria. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance on Friday, February 28th after the games until 11 pm (not all Spanish Music) • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser on Friday, February 28th during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • The high school band travel to Standish today for band festival. Please excuse students 6 & 7 hour. • Jr/Sr High School Equestrian Team sign-up sheet and information is in the office. • Attention Spring Sports athletes: Practices start March 9. You must have a physical and a green card from the office before that date. • Madrigal auditions Tuesday, March 3rd at 3:15 in Mrs. Miller's room. Pick up a script starting Friday. Counseling News: Event Results: 7th grade boys basketball lost to Shephard. 8th grade boys basketball both won against Shephard. Team A season was 7-3 and B team was undefeated for the second year in a row. Events: JV-B Boys Basketball @ Gladwin, bus leaves at 5:00, drop & go, game starts at 6:00 JV Girls Basketball @ Gladwin, bus leaves at 5:00, drop & go, game starts at 7:30 Birthday: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Biscuit, & Apple Crisp
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball beats Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart 59-54. JV team victorious. JV-B plays in Gladwin tomorrow at 6:00 and JV girls follow.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball up 35-30 in 3rd Quarter vs. Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 26, 2020 • Unfortunately, due to a very small turn out we have to cancel the all-day ski trip to Nubs Nob. If you had turned in your money, you may pick it up in the office. Ski club will resume next year! • Varsity Boys Basketball members and Pom Pon Girls, Parent Night is approaching, stop in the office to sign up. • Film Club will be meeting on Wednesday after school from 2:30 till 4, will be selecting a film during. • Academic after-schools will be held in Mrs. Sanderson's classroom on Thursday this week. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be taking place on Friday, April 3rd. sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Melissa Preston from 4-H will be here on Thursday February 27th during 9-12th grade lunch in front of the Cafeteria. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance on Friday, February 28th after the games until 11 pm • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser on Friday, February 28th during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • The high school band travel to Standish Thursday (2/27) for band festival. Please excuse students 6 & 7 hour. Mrs K will share list of students with staff. Students received itinerary last week. Additional Hard copies are available in the band room. • Members of the music department will be attending the Grand Rapids Symphony in March 20. Today is the LAST day to turn permission forms in! • HS Pep Band: We have TWO games left (2/28 and 3/3). Put these dates on your calendar. • Sign-up sheet for Jr. Sr. High School Equestrian Team is in the office. • With the new vending machines in place, we remind students that they are to be following the rules of their classroom teacher when it comes to having food or drinks in their classroom. • JV-B basketball practice is at the elementary today from 4:30-6:00 Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Varsity Girls basketball wins against Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart 40-36. Events: JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs Mt. Pleasant. Game starts at 6:00 pm 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball @ Shepherd. Bus leaves at 3:45. Birthday: Lilliana Colmus Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Salisbury Steak & Mashed Potatoes
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball wins tonight in Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart 40-36. JV Girls play on Thursday in Gladwin around 7:15. Varsity girls host Gladwin on Friday at 6:00. Boys Basketball hosts Sacred Heart tomorrow night at 6:00 and Gladwin on Friday at 7:30.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BOYS BASKETBALL MHSAA DISTRICT BRACKET, in Farwell:
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
GIRLS BASKETBALL MHSAA DISTRICT BRACKET, in Beaverton:
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 24, 2020 • Ski Club: Slips and Money for Nubs needs to be turned in today. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • The Mock Rock will be taking place on Friday, April 3rd. sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Melissa Preston from 4-H will be here on Thursday February 27th during 9-12th grade lunch in front of the Cafeteria. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance on Friday, February 28th after the games until 11 pm • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser on Friday, February 28th during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • The high school band travel to Standish Thursday (2/27) for band festival. Please excuse students 6 & 7 hour. Mrs K will share list of students with staff. Students received itinerary last week. Additional Hard copies are available in the band room. • Members of the music department will be attending the Grand Rapids Symphony in March 20. Today is the LAST day to turn permission forms in! • HS Pep Band: We have TWO games left (2/28 and 3/3). Put these dates on your calendar. Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online Seniors attending Mid-Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Beaverton Youth Wrestlers Landon Terrell placed 3rd in the state. Congratulations. Congratulations to Milo DeMoines and Hannah Baker who placed at the Business Professionals of America Middle Level State Conference on Friday. Milo placed 3rd in Business Communications, 3rd in Computer Literacy Concepts, 3rd in Keyboarding, and 1st in Digital Citizenship. Hannah placed 4th in Financial Literacy and 2nd in Digital Citizenship. Both students now qualify to advance to National Competition in Washington DC in May. High School Wrestlers qualifying for State competition: Jacob Cassiday and Jake Fischer. Our debate team competed at the Ethics Bowl in Ann Arbor on Saturday. They went 1-3 and gained valuable experience in their inaugural competition. Nice job team! Weekend Birthday: Ashiah Hughes & Jessica Marlow Today’s Lunch Menu: Buffalo Chicken Dip, Fries, Celery, Flatbread
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Kelly Fischer
Jacob Cassiday and Jake Fischer have qualified for the state wrestling tournament!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Jennie Ewert
Way to go Hannah and Milo. Both qualify to compete at BPA Nationals in Washington DC in May in the Middle Level division.
about 1 year ago, Jennie Ewert
Hillary Phillips
THEY'RE THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS - They're the CTE Students of the Month. Congratulations to Walter Worthing of Harrison (Advanced Manufacturing); Morgan Welsh of Beaverton and Krista Dennis of Farwell (Agricultural Science); Preston Gross of Clare and Robert Dinkens of Gladwin (Automotive Technology); Adam Vanbuskirk of Farwell and Chase Kukuk of Gladwin (Construction Trades); Chloe Bundon of Clare and Nate Ficek of Beaverton (Criminal Justice); Madison Dice of Beaverton and Carla Smith of Harrison (Culinary Arts); Brandon Hipkins of Beaverton and Christopher Melnyk of Harrison (Digital Media); Elijah Hayes of Beaverton and Jennifer Slack of Harrison (Education Occupations); Raegan Ward of Beaverton and Abigail Myshock of Harrison (Health Occupations); and Xander Johnston of Gladwin and Coleton Brand of Harrison (Welding Technology).
about 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Ryan Roberts
Need a candy bar? The 8th graders have started their fundraiser for their annual trip to Mackinac Island.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Mrs. Gerow’s class was learning about the amount of sugar in popular drinks today. A tablespoon of sugar for every 4 grams!
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennie Ewert
Here we go. BPA Middle Level State Conference today. Wish us luck.
about 1 year ago, Jennie Ewert
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 21, 2020 • The Neon Night Dance will be tonight, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm (HS Only) • There are informative slips about the day trip to Nubs on 2/26 in the office. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • Any 6-7-8th grade girls interested in playing school “club” softball...please contact Kara Pahl this week! • The Mock Rock will be taking place on Friday, April 3rd. sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Freshman class bake sale scheduled for this Friday @ the Boys Basketball game is cancelled due to lack of participation. • Melissa Preston from 4-H will be here on Thursday February 27th during 9-12th grade lunch in front of the Cafeteria. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance on Friday, February 28th after the games until 11 pm • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser on Friday, February 28th during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • UpTown Archery and Sport Zone is having a lock-In on February 22nd for ages 11-13, cost $10 per child. More information available in the office. • Attention all Football Players: The February Newsletter can be picked up at Coach Wentworth's or Coach Wicke's room. • MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL PRACTICE will take place at the BAC. Make sure your parents know to pick you up there. Thank you for entering the BAC quietly and respectfully Great job, Pep band. Your rocked. Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Girls basketball lost last night to Farwell. Events: JV B Boys Basketball vs Houghton Lake @ 4:30 JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs Farwell @ 6:00 Individual Wrestling Regionals – Good luck to Jacob, Jake, Reuben, and Garrett as you compete at Carson City. Youth Wrestling Club State Tournament in Petoskey. Good Luck this weekend. Birthday: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Mac & Cheese
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball loses to Farwell tonight. Boys basketball hosts Farwell tomorrow night. JV-B hosts Houghton Lake at 4:30. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 20, 2020 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. • Students: you are expected to be in class before the beginning of each class period. From the student handbook, page 26: A tardy student may be excused when the reasons for being tardy are beyond his/her control (illness, office business, excuse from another staff member). It is reasonable expectations that in order for a learning activity to exist, students must arrive to class on time. Students who continually do not meet these expectations are considered to be tardy. Tardies will begin over at the end of each quarter. Listed below are the procedures for unexcused tardies. •1st tardy, the teacher warns the student verbally •2nd tardy, the teacher provides the student with a written or verbal warning which includes a parent contact •3rd, 4th and 5th tardies, the teacher assigns a one-hour or two hour detention with a parent contact •6th + tardies, the teacher sends down a referral to the office. A short-term suspension of 1-3 days will be assigned along with a parent contact. • A reminder please claim the items in the lost and found. • Juniors that are interested in Work-Based Learning for next year, please complete an application online at ewertweb.com. See your WIN Teacher for more information or Mrs. Ewert in Room 155 if you have questions. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Ski Club: There are informative slips about the day trip to Nubs on 2/26 in the office. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. • Any 6-7-8th grade girls interested in playing school “club” softball...please contact Kara Pahl this week! • The Mock Rock will be taking place on Friday, April 3rd. sign-up in the office to enter yourself or group in the competition. • Freshman class will be having a bake sale this Friday @ the Boys Basketball game. If you would like to make a baked food, please see Mrs. Arndt in the office. Come show your support! • Melissa Preston from 4-H will be here on Thursday February 27th during 9-12th grade lunch in front of the Cafeteria. • Spanish Club will be sponsoring a dance on Friday, February 28th after the games until 11 pm • NHS will have their Coaches vs. Cancer fund raiser on Friday, February 28th during the games against Gladwin. If you would like to donate or if you would like to make a pledge for the Free Throw competition, please see Logan Mathews or Mrs. Sanderson • UpTown Archery and Sport Zone is having a lock-In on February 22nd for ages 11-13, cost $10 per child. More information available in the office. • Bleacher Creatures are meeting during first lunch today. • Pom Squad is dismissed to come to the office at 2:00 today. Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: 7th and 8th grade basketball teams both won big last night over Farwell. Events: Girls Varsity & JV Basketball vs Farwell, Game starts at 6:00 pm, Parent Night. Birthday: Dion Hendon, Destiny Page, & Allison Tweed Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, Harvest Sweet Potato Cake
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Final from Montabella: Beaverton 68, Mustangs 45 #GoBeavers
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Beavers 32, Mustangs 24 at the half.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Beaverton is leading at Montabella 28-14. End of the first quarter.
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball Game in Montabella will take place tonight. 6:00 JV start. Safe travels. Girls Basketball loses to Valley Lutheran last night 32-43. Girls host Farwell this Thursday and is varsity parent night.
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Did you know that the PSAT and SAT will be tested on Tuesday, April 14? This includes students in grades 8-11. That gives you just 57 days to hone your skills! Now is a great time to login to your College Board account and practice! https://www.collegeboard.org/
about 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball loses by 2 in Clare tonight: FINAL 50-52 Three way tie for first in the JPC with Clare, Meridian and Beaverton. Next game in Montabella on Tuesday at 6:00 (JV)
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelly Fischer
171# 1st place regional qualifiers Jacob Cassiday
about 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
3rd Place 189# Regional qualifier Jake Fischer
about 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
Your 3rd and 4th place 112# regional qualifiers: Reuben Adams and Garrett Muma
about 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball defeats Pinny 69-32 and both JV teams victorious. Boys basketball travels to Clare tomorrow night for an important JPC match up. Wrestling individual MHSAA Districts in New Lothrop tomorrow. GO RED!
about 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Beaverton BPA Members Advance to State Competition http://beavertonmi.apptegy.us/article/191890?org=beavertonjrsr
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 14, 2020 • The Bear bus is running 35 minutes late. Please send students to the office to check in. Student that have check in will have a pass from the office. • Happy Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air, but please make sure you are respecting our school rules! • Juniors that are interested in Work-Based Learning for next year, please complete an application online at ewertweb.com. See your WIN Teacher for more information or Mrs. Ewert in Room 155 if you have questions. • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Do to unforeseen circumstances with busing, there will be no ski club this week or next week 2/20. • There will be informative slips about the day trip to Nubs on 2/26 In the office by Friday. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st? Seniors attending Mid-Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Girls Basketball lost to Pinconning in a very close game. Events: JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs Pinconning, Game starts at 4:30 pm Saturday: Varsity Wrestling has individual districts at New Lothrop JV & Varsity Boys Basketball @ Clare, games begin at 4:30 Good Luck to Middle School Wrestling Club at Regionals Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Meatballs with Spaghetti Sauce & Noodles
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls basketball loses close one tonight in Pinny 43-41. Boys basketball has a big win over Dow last night winning by 10. Busy weekend for the boys basketball team hosting Pinconning Friday night and traveling to Clare on Saturday night. Normal game times on Saturday. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 13, 2020 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. • Juniors that are interested in Work-Based Learning for next year, please complete an application online at ewertweb.com. See your WIN Teacher for more information or Mrs. Ewert in Room 155 if you have questions. • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Gladwin County Youth Soccer Association registration is Feb 13th at Gladwin Junior High Library (6-7 pm) or visit their website: https://gladwinyouthsoccer.weebly.com/registration.html , more Information in the Jr/Sr High School Office. • Ski Club is canceled this week. • 9TH-11TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting is Today during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to the room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • 8TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting is Today during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st? Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: 8th Grade Boys beat Sanford both games last night. B-team won 39-15. Russell Longstreth 14pts. Travis Ficek 11pts. A-team won 37-34, Reese Longstreth dumped 5 three pointers on the night for 15pts, Lake Woodruff also dropped in 15 pt. 7th and 8th grade basketball will practice at the BAC tonight. Varsity Boys basketball defeated HH Dow last night. The wrestling team lost at team Districts to St Louis. Individual wrestling starts Saturday. Events: Varsity Girls Basketball @ Pinconning, bus leaves at 4:45, Games starts at 6:00, Drop & Go Birthdays: David Krohn Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Harvest Sweet Potato Cake
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Kelly Fischer
The wrestling team lost to the St. Louis Sharks in Districts 54-27. Picking up wins for the Beavers were Christian Kowalski, Hunter Schaefer, Jacob Cassiday, Jake Fischer and Aaron Wentworth. The team heads to New Lothrop on Saturday for individual districts.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Jennie Ewert
It’s BPA Week. Look how these members Dressed for Success today. #bpaallday
over 1 year ago, Jennie Ewert
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Junior WIN class team building activity. Students were very creative in constructing towers!
over 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Junior WIN class team building activity. Students were very creative in constructing towers!
over 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 12, 2020 • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Gladwin County Youth Soccer Association registration is Feb 12th & 13th at Gladwin Junior High Library (6-7 pm) or visit their website: https://gladwinyouthsoccer.weebly.com/registration.html , more Information in the Jr/Sr High School Office. • Ski Club is canceled this week. • 9TH-11TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting on Thursday during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to the room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • 8TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting on Thursday during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • HS PEP BAND: Wednesday 2/12 Meet in the band room by 6:30 pm • Wrestlers: Please have the Candy Grams turned into the office today. • Say Yes to the Prom Dress! Saturday, March 7th @ 9am to 2 pm in the Beaverton Activity Center Gym. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st? Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Events: Varsity & JV Boys Basketball vs. Midland Dow 7th & 8th Boys Basketball @ Meridian, Bus leaves at 4:00 pm, Drop & Go Wrestling @ St. Louis, Bus leaves at 3:45, meet starts at 5:00 pm Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: Roasted Turkey, Stuffing, Dinner Roll, Pumpkin Bar, & Ice Cream Sundae Bar with all Chartwells meals.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Tomorrow is our second of two “count days” for Michigan schools. While attendance is always very important, tomorrow’s attendance is linked to our school funding. Please be sure students are in school!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennie Ewert
Class of 2021. Are you interested in participating in Work-Based Learning next year? Watch this video to learn how to apply. Applications are due by Friday, February 21. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFQ1itggIAQ&feature=youtu.be
over 1 year ago, Jennie Ewert
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our Students of the Month that were recognized this morning. #GoBeavers
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 11, 2020 • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Gladwin County Youth Soccer Association registration is Feb 12th & 13th at Gladwin Junior High Library (6-7 pm) or visit their website: https://gladwinyouthsoccer.weebly.com/registration.html , more Information in the Jr/Sr High School Office. • Ski Club sign up and pay for ski trip by Wednesday. • 9TH-11TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting on Thursday during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to the room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • 8TH GRADE GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING VOLLEYBALL NEXT YEAR: There is a meeting on Thursday during lunch. Grab your lunch and report to room next to Ms. Wagner's room in the long hallway. • HS PEP BAND: Wednesday 2/12 Meet in the band room by 6:30 pm • The band room will NOT be open this week after school. Mrs. K is taking a break :) • Congratulations Forensics team members Ally Tweed, Emma Govitz, Alyssa Shearer and Allissa Schwerin on earning 5th place in small school division at the Birch Run Tournament! • Congratulations on beautiful performances Saturday at the MSVMA District 9 Solo & Ensemble Festival hosted @ Beaverton! Receiving a Good Rating include: HS Soprano Solo - Hailey Duby, HS Alto Solo - Kira Saylor, MS Alto Solo - Nevada Bryant, and MS Soprano Solo - Neesa Morrissey Receiving a Good Rating (qualifying for STATE): HS Alto Solo - Laken Yott and HS Alto Solo - Kaitlyn McGuire Receiving an Excellent Rating (qualifying for STATE): Cayden Walters - HS Soprano Solo, Taj Spencer - HS Tenor Solo, and HS Kali Guzman - Soprano Solo Our HS Large Ensemble received a Perfect Score/Qualifying for STATE. Members include: Kali Guzman, Hailey Duby, Cayden Walters, Taj Spencer, Laken Yott, Kaitlyn McGuire, and Kira Sheila Saylor STATE S & E is scheduled for April 24 & 25. Deadline to sign up with Mrs. Kintner is February 24th. Check your calendars ASAP Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st? Seniors attending Mid Michigan College, be sure to apply for scholarships directly through Mid! Visit midmich.edu/scholarships for more information. Event Results: Bowling results: Drew Minkina took 1st in the singles tournament for the boys bowling conference on Saturday. We also had Drew Minkina get 1st team all-conference, Ellie Minkina get 2nd team all-conference, Ben Minkina received honorable mention, Dalton Edmonds received honorable mention, Xander Dell received honorable mention, and Becca Claypool received honorable mention. Jack Pine Individual Wrestling Results: Second Team All-Conference: Reuben Adams, Jacob Cassiday, Jake Fischer Honorable Mention: Aaron Wentworth, Garrett Muma, and Seth Onweller, First Team All-Conference: Hunter Schaefer Events: Weekend Birthdays: Kaiden Lester Birthdays: Katrina Gillespie Today’s Lunch Menu: French Toast Sticks, Turkey Sausage Patty, Scrambled Eggs, Baked Apple Slices Ice Cream Sundae Day is coming! As a special treat for students in our building, every student who eats with us on February 12th will receive an ice cream sundae cup with their choice of chocolate syrup, crushed Oreos, or strawberries for topping! Thank you for coming to school, always being great learners, and eating with us!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
2020 High School and Junior High SPRING Athletic Schedules are now available on the TEAM ATHLETIC PAGE. Go to: athletics-teams- and pick a sport to view season schedule. Spring athletic dates will be added to the daily “EVENTS” page in the near future. Spring schedules are subject to change. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
MHSAA Wrestling District Schedule: TEAM DISTRICTS THIS WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12 IN ST. LOUIS AT 6:00 with St. Louis, Coleman and Beaverton INDIVIDUAL DISTRICT THIS SATURDAY, Feb. 15 AT NEW LOTHROP AT 9:30 am. We wish the wrestlers the very best this week. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Today’s canceled junior high boys basketball game at Shepherd has been rescheduled for: Wednesday, Feb. 26th at 5:00. Bus will depart at: 3:45 and is a return trip. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
The Authors Guild poetry slam that was scheduled for tonight has been CANCELLED due to no school. We will schedule another event in March.
over 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Kelly Fischer
Jack Pine Individual Wrestling Results Second Team All Conference: Reuben Adams Honorable Mention: Aaron Wentworth, Garrett Muma, and Seth Onweller
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
More Jack Pine Individual Wrestling Results First Team All Conference: Hunter Schaefer Second Team All Conference: Jacob Cassiday and Jake Fischer
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
Jack Pine Individual Wrestling Results Second Team All Conference: Reuben Adams Honorable Mention: Aaron Wentworth, Garrett Muma, and Seth Onweller
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
More Jack Pine Individual Wrestling Results First Team All Conference: Hunter Schaefer Second Team All Conference: Jacob Cassiday and Jake Fischer
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Hillary Phillips
CONGRATULATIONS! Here are the top 10 students in the class of 2020!!
over 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 6, 2020 • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on today, Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper classmen can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • Mandatory Ski Club meeting today in the Library at 11:20. You must be present to participate in the Nubs Nob trip. • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • RESPECT FOR THE SCHOOL PROPERTY: Students, we have seen an increase of furniture being broken. Please make sure you are sitting in chairs properly and not sitting on top of desks. Please note that teachers have been asked to write up students that purposely break furniture and there will be a consequence. We have also seen an increase of pencils in ceiling tiles. First, it is dangerous to throw pencils-- especially in the air. A reminder that there are cameras and they are starting to be checked when pencils are found in the ceiling. Thank you for respecting our school property. • Gladwin County Youth Soccer Association registration is Feb 12th & 13th at Gladwin Junior High Library (6-7 pm) or visit their website: https://gladwinyouthsoccer.weebly.com/registration.html , more Information in the Jr/Sr High School Office. • 7th & 8th students need to be walking in the hallway. • We are hosting vocal festival (solos/small groups/large groups) on Saturday from 9 am - 4:30 pm. Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online. Event Results: Events: Boys Basketball game @ Clare is Canceled, Rescheduled for Feb. 15th @ Clare. Same game times. Wrestling meet @ Farwell High School on Saturday, JPC Tourney, Meet starts at 9:00 am Bowling @ Gladwin, Saturday, Jack Pines Singles Tourney, Boys 9:00 am, Girls 1:00 pm Birthday: Alyssa Martin & Daniel McCormick Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Pasta Bake & Garlic Twist Ice Cream Sundae Day is coming! As a special treat for students in our building, every student who eats with us on February 12th will receive an ice cream sundae cup with their choice of chocolate syrup, crushed Oreos, or strawberries for topping! Thank you for coming to school, always being great learners, and eating with us!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
JV and Varsity Girls Basketball lose to Clare in a JPC match up tonight in Beaverton. Girls travel to Pinconning next Thursday. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball Game tomorrow: Friday, Feb. 7th at Clare has been CANCELED due to flu outbreak on the CLARE boys team. RESCHEDULED FOR: SATURDAY, FEB. 15 at CLARE SAME START TIMES: 4:30 JV-B, 6:00 JV, 7:30 VARSITY. Girls basketball game vs. Clare in Beaverton tonight is still on! GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 6, 2020 • Dual Enrolled Students need to report to the Cafeteria today. • GladYac meeting during lunches on today in the library. • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on today during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Students performing this Saturday in Beaverton - meet Mrs. K in the band room at lunch TODAY! • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on tomorrow, Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper classmen can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • Have you ordered a yearbook? The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • Beaverton NHS is hosting a blood drive on today. Please see the following students if you would like to sign up: Trent Reed, Mady Pahl, Jarrett Inscho, Alexis Grove, Allissa Schwerin, Destiny Page, Marc Snooks, Becca Wirt or Dalton Edmonds. • RESPECT FOR THE SCHOOL PROPERTY: Students, we have seen an increase of furniture being broken. Please make sure you are sitting in chairs properly and not sitting on top of desks. Please note that teachers have been asked to write up students that purposely break furniture and there will be a consequence. We have also seen an increase of pencils in ceiling tiles. First, it is dangerous to throw pencils-- especially in the air. A reminder that there are cameras and they are starting to be checked when pencils are found in the ceiling. Thank you for respecting our school property. Counseling News: The 2020 Local Scholarship Application is open and new items are being added regularly! Don’t miss this chance for local funds, over $25,000 available! Application available online. Event Results: Beaverton Boys Varsity Basketball won against Meridian 49-45. 8th Grade boys beat Gladwin both games last night. B team won 28-6, Lakota Scott – 11pts, Russell Longstreth-12 pts. A team won 31-22, Lake Woodruff – 12 pts, Reese Longstreth 9 pts., Mason Ptak 6pts. 7th Grade Boys beat Gladwin. Wyatt Bordeau had a great game. The boys played a great defense game. Events: Girls JV & Varsity Basketball vs Clare, Game starts at 6:00 pm. Birthday: Aaron Brown, Kaden Flansburgh, & Logan Swartzmiller Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Peach Cobbler Ice Cream Sundae Day is coming! As a special treat for students in our building, every student who eats with us on February 12th will receive an ice cream sundae cup with their choice of chocolate syrup, crushed oreos, or strawberries for topping! Thank you for coming to school, always being great learners, and eating with us!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Hillary Phillips
Class of 2020: Top 10 is under construction and will be revealed this Friday during lunch!
over 1 year ago, Hillary Phillips
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers made big free throws to win the game! THANK YOU, FANS!!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Jedi Battle
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Mascot dance off- Beaver won for sure!!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Roller coaster skit
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers beat Meridian in an exciting game 49-45 in an awesome environment created be the Bleacher Creatures. WAY TO GO, RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys basketball score: Meridian 25 Beavers 24 Beginning of 3rd
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelly Fischer
They placed third out of five teams!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
8th grade students, Tessa, Eva, Karley, and Kaelyn are participating in a math competition this morning.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February, 2020 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. • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper classmen can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • GladYac meeting during lunches on Thursday, February 6th, in the library. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • MERIDIAN STUDENT SECTION CONTEST: Our rival, Mustangs, have challenged us to a student section contest for this week’s basketball games. Videos to come soon with more info, but we encourage all students to participate!! o BOYS GAME on Wednesday in Meridian: there will be a FREE student fan bus to game. Students will need to pay $5 game ticket. TIME TO REPRESENT, BLEACHER CREATURES!! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Feb. 6th during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Beaverton NHS is hosting a blood drive on Thursday, Feb. 6th. Please see the following students if you would like to sign up: Trent Reed, Mady Pahl, Jarrett Inscho, Alexis Grove, Allissa Schwerin, Destiny Page, Marc Snooks, Becca Wirt or Dalton Edmonds. • Ski Club: sign up and pay your fees by Wednesday for this Thursday’s trip. • HS Pep Band - Great Job last night! Our Student Body ROCKED the HOUSE!!! Pom Team and Men - You were AWESOME too. The crowd LOVED it!!! Music Booster Meeting in the Band room tonight @ 5:30 pm Counseling News: Event Results: Girls Basketball defeated Meridian 45-31 and Bleacher Creatures win the student section contest. Events: Jv & Varsity Boys Basketball @ Meridian, Dismissal 3:00, bus leaves at 3:15, game starts at 4:30. Fan bus leaves at 5:45 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball vs Gladwin, game starts at 5:00. Birthday: Ethan Wolfe Today’s Lunch Menu: Sweet & Sour Chicken, Fried Brown Rice, Breadstick, & Fortune Cookie Ice Cream Sundae Day is coming! As a special treat for students in our building, every student who eats with us on February 12th will receive an ice cream sundae cup with their choice of chocolate syrup, crushed oreos, or strawberries for topping! Thank you for coming to school, always being great learners, and eating with us!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball defeats Meridian tonight 45-31 and BLEACHER CREATURES win the student section contest. LET’S KEEP REPRESENTING TOMORROW and hand in permission slip for free fan bus to tomorrow’s boys game in Meridian. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Halftime: Beaverton 19, Meridian 15.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Meridian challenged our students to a battle of the fans tonight. #GoBeavers
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Thank you to the band for being here tonight and to all the students for coming out tonight.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV girls beat Meridian. BLEACHER CREATURES out strong tonight for Meridian student section contest tonight. Boy pom pon dance routine tonight. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
It’s game night in Beaverton! Tip coming soon.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 4, 2020 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. • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper classmen can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • GladYac meeting during lunches on Thursday, February 6th, in the library. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • MERIDIAN STUDENT SECTION CONTEST: Our rival, Mustangs, have challenged us to a student section contest for this week’s basketball games. Videos to come soon with more info, but we encourage all students to participate!! o GIRLS GAME on Tuesday in Beaverton is FREE for 7-12 grade students. o BOYS GAME on Wednesday in Meridian: there will be a FREE student fan bus to game. Students will need to pay $5 game ticket. Permission slips are in the office and should be turned in by lunch on Tuesday. If you are not able to cover cost of game ticket and want to go, see Ms. Johnston o TIME TO REPRESENT, BLEACHER CREATURES!! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Feb. 6th during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Beaverton NHS is hosting a blood drive on Thursday, Feb. 6th. Please see the following students if you would like to sign up: Trent Reed, Mady Pahl, Jarrett Inscho, Alexis Grove, Allissa Schwerin, Destiny Page, Marc Snooks, Becca Wirt or Dalton Edmonds. • NHS meeting will be Wednesday, February 5th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Ski Club: sign up and pay your fees by Wednesday for this Thursday’s trip. • The next American Sign Language meeting is tonight after school in Mr. Mocks room. Counseling News: Event Results: Events: Girls Basketball vs Meridian, game starts at 6:00 Birthday: Chelsea Whitehouse Today’s Lunch Menu: Rotisserie Roasted Pork Loin, Cuban Yellow Brown Rice & Dinner Roll Ice Cream Sundae Day is coming! As a special treat for students in our building, every student who eats with us on February 12th will receive an ice cream sundae cup with their choice of chocolate syrup, crushed oreos, or strawberries for topping! Thank you for coming to school, always being great learners, and eating with us!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: February 3, 2020 • Attention Freshmen: Class ring orders will be taken on Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper class men can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • Tuesday, February 4th, the freshman class will be hosting a pop-a-shot during the girls basketball game during half time. Freshmen should donate a 2 liter each and you can drop them off to Mrs. Arndt in the office. • GladYac meeting during lunches on Thursday, February 6th, in the library. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • MERIDIAN STUDENT SECTION CONTEST: Our rival, Mustangs, have challenged us to a student section contest for this week’s basketball games. Videos to come soon with more info, but we encourage all students to participate!! o GIRLS GAME on Tuesday in Beaverton is FREE for 7-12 grade students. o BOYS GAME on Wednesday in Meridian: there will be a FREE student fan bus to game. Students will need to pay $5 game ticket. Permission slips are in the office and should be turned in by lunch on Tuesday. If you are not able to cover cost of game ticket and want to go, see Ms. Johnston o TIME TO REPRESENT, BLEACHER CREATURES!! • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Feb. 6th during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Beaverton NHS is hosting a blood drive on Thursday, Feb. 6th. Please see the following students if you would like to sign up: Trent Reed, Mady Pahl, Jarrett Inscho, Alexis Grove, Allissa Schwerin, Destiny Page, Marc Snooks, Becca Wirt or Dalton Edmonds. • NHS meeting will be Wednesday, February 5th at 7:20 am in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Football Meetings will take place during lunch times today. 9th-11th graders should get their lunches first, then take them to Mr. Wentworth's room for your meeting. All 7th and 8th graders interested in playing should get their lunches during the first 7th/8th grade lunch period, then take them to Mr. Wicke's room for your meeting. • Ski Club: sign up and pay your fees by Wednesday for this Thursday’s trip. Counseling News: Event Results: Middle School Wrestling: William Warner 1st, Justin Wood, 1st and Landon Terrell, 2nd. Congratulations to Makenzy Schaefer on finishing 8th out of 32 at Girls State Wrestling Championship. Congratulations to our Allison Tweed, Juliana Stacy, Dominic Cornell and Elizabeth Hoag, all placed first. Juliana and Allison also received 1st in Duet. Lots of wrestling action this weekend. Collecting wins were Seth, Christian, Caleb, Jacob, Jake, Reuben, Garrett. Jacob Cassidy won his 150th win this weekend. JV and Varsity Boys Basketball both get win in Harrison. Events: 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball @ Pinconning, bus leaves at 3:45, Game starts at 5:00, drop & go Weekend Birthday: Evelyn Corkins, & Tanner Hipkins Today’s Lunch Menu: Boneless Chicken Wings, Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing, & Pretzel Nuggets
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to wrestler, Makenzy Schaefer, on finishing 8th at the Girls State Championship today. A tough field of 32 competed in her weight class.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Good luck to Makenzy Schaefer today as she competes at Adrian College for the MWA Girls High School State Championships.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Our band students performed at Solo & Ensemble in Tawas today. The following students received first place medals: Allison Tweed, Juliana Stacy, Dominic Cornell, and Elizabeth Wolpert. Juliana and Allison also received first place medals in a Duet. Well done students and Mrs. Kintner!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Kelly Fischer
Lost 42-36 to Frankenmuth. Team finished 6th. Collecting wins for Beaverton Seth, Christian, Caleb, Jacob, Jake, and Aaron.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
Wrestlers lost to Swan Valley 30-40. Jacob Cassiday received his 150th win today! Collecting wins against Swan Valley were Garrett, Christian, Jacob, Jake, and Aaron.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Kelly Fischer
Wrestlers finished second in pool play beating Vassar 48-18, Bad Axe 42-30 but lost to Millington 24-52. Seth Onweller 3-0, Reuben Adams 2-0, Garrett Muma 1-2, Christian Kowalski 2-1, Caleb Thomason 3-0, Jacob Cassiday 3-0, Jake Fischer 3-0, Aaron Wentworth 3-0. They will be wrestling Swan Valley and Frankenmuth to determine 4th-6th place.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Fischer
Jennifer Johnston
JV and Varsity Boys Basketball both get wins in Harrison tonight. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our Junior & Senior Honor Roll Students!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Klenke Mr. Klenke currently teaches math and coding at BJSHS. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wZSIkCskZofNQMV94pMc2QJzQszm8rBQ/view?usp=sharing
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 31, 2020 • 11th & 12th grade Academic Awards will be the library today. Report to your WIN class first, then go to the Library. • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper class men can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • Tuesday, February 4th, freshman class will be hosting a pop-a-shot during the girls basketball during half time. If you are interested in donating a 2 liter you can drop them off to Mrs. Arndt in the office. • Attention all Football Player grades 7th-11th: There will be a Football Meeting during lunch times on Monday, February 3. 9th-11th Mr Wentoworth’s room and 7th-8th Mr. Wicke’s room. • GladYac meeting during lunches on Thursday, February 6th, in the library. • Baseball sign up for high school will be today during lunch time. • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • MERIDIAN STUDENT SECTION CONTEST: Our rival, Mustangs, have challenged us to a student section contest for next week’s basketball games. Videos to come soon with more info, but we encourage all students to participate!! • GIRLS GAME next Tuesday in Beaverton is FREE for 7-12 grade students. BOYS GAME next Wednesday in Meridian: there will be a FREE student fan bus to game. Students will need to pay $5 game ticket. If you are not able to cover cost of game ticket and want to go, see Ms. Johnston TIME TO REPRESENT, BLEACHER CREATURES!! • DRESS CODE REMINDERS: We have seen an increase of students wearing hoods and hats in building, a violation of dress code. • JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS are reminded to stay safe by not running in the hallways. Thank you for walking to avoid any accidents. • 7th and 8th graders: The last day to turn in permission slips for the candy bars sales has been extended to today. We are low on the amount of sales this year, so if you do not want to pay for your field trips you can still sell the candy bars to cover your ticket cost. Please see Ms. Coughlin or Mrs. Hubble if you need another permission slip. • The criminal justice CTE class thanks you for taking the pledge to drive safely this winter and committing to always wearing your safety belt. Results of the social media contest are being tabulated and the winning school will be announced next week. Now, here is your driving fact of the day: Young males age 18 to 34 represent 44 percent of the unrestrained occupants who were killed nationwide in crashes in 2016. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!!! • HS Pep band: GREAT JOB last night. Check the music dept site for upcoming games on our schedule. • Good luck to the following musicians who perform in Tawas tomorrow (2/1) at the MSBOA District 9 Solo and Ensemble Festival: Dominick Cornell, Elizabeth Hoag, Juliana Stacy, and Allison Tweed. Counseling News: Event Results: Girls Basketball won their games last night. Friday Events: Boys BasketBall @ Harrison, Dismissal at 3:00, bus leaves 3:15, Drop & Go Saturday Events: Wrestling @ Caro High School Bowling @ Riverwood Lanes, Mt. Pleasant, Boys and Girls 1:00 pm Birthday: No Birthdays
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton Girls Basketball JV and Varsity both victorious tonight vs. Harrison. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our Freshmen and Sophomore Honor Roll students!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 30, 2020 • 9th & 10th grade Academic Awards will be the library today. Report to your WIN class first, then go to the Library. • Attention Freshmen, Class ring orders will be taken on Friday Feb. 7, during lunches and after school from 3:10-4:10 in the Media Center. Upper class men can order, too. Ring packets are in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Hat Day has been rescheduled for this Friday, January 31st. • There will be a Spanish Club meeting today during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • HS Pep band - tonight for the girls team -vs- Harrison. Please report by 6:30 pm • Tuesday, February 4th, freshman class will be hosting a pop-a-shot during the girls basketball during half time. If you are interested in donating a 2 liter you can drop them off to Mrs. Arndt in the office. • Attention all Football Player grades 7th-11th: There will be a Football Meeting during lunch times on Monday, February 3. 9th-11th Mr Wentoworth’s room and 7th-8th Mr. Wicke’s room. • GladYac meeting during lunches on Thursday, February 6th, in the library. • Baseball sign up for high school will be this Friday during lunch time. • The criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. During lunch on Wednesday and Thursday there will be a banner for everyone to sign pledging your commitment to drive safe and always wear your seatbelt. In addition, there will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Find out more by visiting the drive safe table!! Now, here is your driving fact of the day: Safe winter driving depends on achieving and maintaining the best visibility possible. Make sure to replace wiper blades when they are worn out. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!! • The Neon Night Dance will be February 21st, from 8:30 – 11:00 pm • MERIDIAN STUDENT SECTION CONTEST: Our rival, Mustangs, have challenged us to a student section contest for next week’s basketball games. Videos to come soon with more info, but we encourage all students to participate!! o GIRLS GAME next Tuesday in Beaverton is FREE for 7-12 grade students. o BOYS GAME next Wednesday in Meridian: there will be a FREE student fan bus to game. Students will need to pay $5 game ticket. If you are not able to cover cost of game ticket and want to go, see Ms. Johnston o TIME TO REPRESENT, BLEACHER CREATURES!! • DRESS CODE REMINDERS: We have seen an increase of students wearing hoods and hats in building, a violation of dress code. • JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS are reminded to stay safe by not running in the hallways. Thank you for walking to avoid any accidents. • 7th and 8th graders: The last day to turn in permission slips for the candy bars sales has been extended to this Friday 1/31. We are low on the amount of sales this year, so if you do not want to pay for your field trips you can still sell the candy bars to cover your ticket cost. Please see Ms. Coughlin or Mrs. Hubble if you need another permission slip. Counseling News: Event Results: Wrestling JPC result from last night competition in Meridian: Beavers Beat Clare 39-28, Wins: Hunter Schaefer, Caleb Thomason, Jacob Cassiday, Jake Fischer, Aaron Wentworth, Seth Onweller and Reuben Adams. Makenzie Schaefer wrestled an exhibition and won. Pinconning forfeited. Tough night for boy’s basketball in Ogemaw Heights. All three teams lost. Varsity lost a tough one by 2 pts. 8th Grade boys beat Harrison 42-8. Layk Woodruff 9pts, Jace Walker 8pts, Mason Ptak 6pts, and Zander Harvey had 2 pts and a no look pass for an assist. Events: Girls Basketball vs Harrison, game starts at 6:00 pm Birthday: Caitlin Vulders Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl & Fresh Baked Whole Grain Biscuit
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling JPC results from tonight in Meridian: Beavers beat Clare 39-28 Wins: Hunter Schaefer, Caleb Thomason, Jacob Cassiday, Jake Fischer, Aaron Wentworth, Seth Onweller and Reuben Adams. Makenzie Schaefer wrestled an exhibition and won. Pinconning forfeits, so everyone received a win. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Tough night for boys basketball in Ogemaw Heights tonight with all three teams losing- varsity loses a tough one by 2. Beavers travel to Harrison on Friday for an important JPC match up. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Kelli Fitzpatrick
Get your yearbook! Jr/Sr High Yearbooks for the 2019-2020 year are on sale! Price goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 14. See Ms. Fitz to order.
over 1 year ago, Kelli Fitzpatrick
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 29, 2020 • Freshman: Herff Jones class ring presentation will be on today, Report to your WIN class first then to the library. • Ski Club members need to sign up and pay for this Thursday trip in the office. Deadline for signups is Wednesday at lunch. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Hat Day has been rescheduled for this Friday, January 31st. • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 30th during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • The criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. During lunch today and tomorrow there will be a banner for everyone to sign pledging your commitment to drive safe and always wear your seatbelt. In addition, there will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Find out more by visiting the drive safe table!! Now, here is your driving fact of the day: Teens, both as passengers and drivers, have the lowest rate of seat belt use in any age group. Be safe and wear your seat belt! Don’t Become a Snow Angel!! • This week Spanish Club will be selling pulseras, known in English as bracelets. They will be sold during lunches for $5 each. These bracelets are made by artisans in Nicaragua, and all profits made during our pulsera sale will be sent to these artisans in Nicaragua. Thank you in advance for making this sale a success! • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • HS Pep band - Thursday (1/30) for the girls team -vs- Harrison. Please report by 6:30 pm • The band room will be open for Solo & Ensemble students this week on Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 - 5:45 pm. • Tuesday, February 4th, freshman class will be hosting a pop-a-shot during the girls basketball during half time. If you are interested in donating a 2 liter you can drop them off to Mrs. Arndt in the office. • Congratulations to the following BPA Members who qualify to advance and compete in the BPA State Leadership Conference in March: Marc Snooks, 3rd in Graphic Design Stella Govitz, 2nd in Interview Skills Drew Minkina, 4th in Management Marketing and Human Resources Logan Mathews, 3rd in Advanced Accounting Cora Fassett, Diplomat Torch Award, Advanced Office Systems Nic Claypool, Intermediate Word Processing • The following students were also recognized: Emma Govitz, Diplomat Torch Award, Allissa Schwerin, 6th in Fundamental Accounting, 8th in Interview Skills • Film Club meeting today after school at 2:30 till 4:30, we will be watching The Mandalorian. • Attention all Football Player grades 7th-11th: There will be a Football Meeting during lunch times on Monday, February 3. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation scholarship portal closes March 1st. Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: Girls Basketball VS Ogemaw, JV won 38-19. Varsity won 35-33 with the game winning 3point buzzer shot by Mady Pahl. Molly Gerow with 12 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals. Alexis Grove with 9 points. Mady Pahl with 8 points. Anna Killian with 4 rebounds and 4 steals and Averie Bassage with 4 steals. Events: Boys Basketball @ Ogemaw Heights, dismiss at 2:45, bus leaves at 3:00. Wrestling meet @ Meridian, bus leaves at 4:15, meet starts at 6:00, drop & go Middle School Boys Baketball @ Harrison, bus leaves at 4:00, game starts at 5:00, drop & go Birthday: Curtis Price Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Chicken Egg Roll and Fried Rice
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls Basketball defeats Ogemaw Heights 35-33 with a Mady Pahl 3 pointer with 1 second to go!! JV girls play great to get a win tonight. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our 8th grade Honor Roll students!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 28, 2020 • 8th grade Honors Awards will be during WIN today. Check in with the WIN class first then report to the Library. • Ski Club members need to sign up and pay for this Thursday trip in the office. Deadline for signups is Wednesday at lunch. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Hat Day has been rescheduled for this Friday, January 31st. • There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 30th during 1st lunch in Mrs. Sanderson's room • Freshman: Herff Jones class ring presentation will be on Wednesday, January 29th in the library from 11:05-11:40. Orders will be collected on February 7th. • The criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. There will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Stay Tuned!! Now here is your driving fact of the day – Do not use cruise control when driving in ice or rain. Using cruise control when roads are wet is dangerous because your vehicle may hydroplane or skid, making it more likely to lose control of your vehicle. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!! • This week Spanish Club will be selling pulseras, known in English as bracelets. They will be sold during lunches for $5 each. These bracelets are made by artisans in Nicaragua, and all profits made during our pulsera sale will be sent to these artisans in Nicaragua. Thank you in advance for making this sale a success! • The wrestling team will be selling candy-grams for $1 to be delivered on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). Sales ends on February 12th. • Class of 2020 officers: Please meet with Mrs. Kintner in the band room during WIN class today (1/28). Check in with your WIN teachers first. • HS Pep band - Thursday (1/30) for the girls team -vs- Harrison. Please report by 6:30 pm • The band room will be open for Solo & Ensemble students this week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 - 5:45 pm. • Film Club this Wednesday in Mr. Hitsmans room at 2:30 till 4:30 we will do a vote on a movie. • Tuesday, February 4th, freshman class will be hosting a pop-a-shot during the girls basketball during half time. If you are interested in donating a 2 liter you can drop them off to Mrs. Arndt in the office. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation scholarship portal closes March 1st. Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: 8th Grade Boys beat Farwell last night 51-16, Lake Woodruff 14pts, Lakota Scott 14pts, Remi Sarles & Mason Ptak all had 6pts. 7th Grade won 38-9, Kaden Loar 12pts, Lincoln Stoike 8pts, Bradan Kavanaugh 8pts Events: JV & Varsity Girls Basketball vs Ogemaw Heights, game starts at 6:00 Birthday: Garett Muma Today’s Lunch Menu: Macaroni and Cheese & Pretzel Nuggets
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our 7th Grade Honor Roll students! Keep up the hard work!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations Coach Guy Smith for being names MHSSCA Assistant Coach of the Year!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
That’s a wrap! The beavers defeated the Blue Jays 51 to 41!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Beaverton 11, Shepherd 12 at the end of the first.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to the Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2020: Bill Arnold, Jennifer Johnston, & Allen Friday.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
JV A lost at the buzzer 39-40.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
JV B lost a tough one in the opener to Shepherd 33-41.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball Game tonight vs. Shepherd still on. 4:30 JV-b start. Hall of Fame Game. BLEACHER CREATURE REPORT: Jersey Night. Safe travels!!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls Basketball defeats Shepherd on the road: 42-31. Boys Basketball hosts Shepherd tomorrow night for the Hall of Fame Game. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 23, 2020 • Batting Barn will not be open today. • Sports Pictures are here. Pick them up before school, after school, or at lunch in the office. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Next week, the criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. During lunch on Wednesday and Thursday there will be a banner for everyone to sign pledging your commitment to drive safe and always wear your seatbelt. In addition, there will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Stay Tuned!! Now here is your driving fact of the day – People not wearing a seatbelt are 30 times more likely to be ejected from a vehicle during a crash. More than 3 out of 4 people ejected from a fatal crash died from their injuries. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!!! • Hat day is Friday, January 24th, Freshman class will be selling hat tickets for $1.00 during lunch this week. • This week Spanish Club will be selling pulseras, known in English as bracelets. They will be sold during lunches for $5 each. These bracelets are made by artisans in Nicaragua, and all profits made during our pulsera sale will be sent to these artisans in Nicaragua. Thank you in advance for making this sale a success! Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: Varsity Boys Basketball defeats Coleman tonight 59-36. JV lost 57-67. 8th Grade Boys Basketball B team won & A team lost 33-31 against Clare Events: Girls Basketball Game @ Shepherd, bus leaves at 4:15, Game starts at 6:00 Birthdays: Lillyan Herren Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Blueberry Crisp
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity boys basketball defeats Coleman tonight 59-36. JV lost 57-67. Girls hoops travels to Shepherd tomorrow night. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Wrestling is underway at BJSHS. Taking on Meridian and Gladwin tonight.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 22, 2020 • Batting Barn will not be open Thursday, January 23rd. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Next week, the criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. During lunch on Wednesday and Thursday there will be a banner for everyone to sign pledging your commitment to drive safe and always wear your seatbelt. In addition, there will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Stay Tuned!! Now, here is your driving fact of the day – Stopping distances can be 10 times greater in ice or snow. Begin the slowing-down process long before a stop. Brake only when traveling in a straight line. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!! • Hat day is Friday, January 24th, Freshman class will be selling hat tickets for $1.00 during lunch this week. • This week Spanish Club will be selling pulseras, known in English as bracelets. They will be sold during lunches for $5 each. These bracelets are made by artisans in Nicaragua, and all profits made during our pulsera sale will be sent to these artisans in Nicaragua. Thank you in advance for making this sale a success! Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: JV Girls Basketball lost 28-40. Grace Danielak had 9 points. Varsity Girls Basketball won 46-38. Molly Gerow with 23 points, 13 rebounds, and 4 steals. Mady Pahl with 8 points and 6 assists. Averie Bassage with 6 points and 5 rebounds. The Boys Bowling team beat Gladwin last night. High scores were Ben Minkina with a 243 and Drew Minkina with a 223. Also for the girls we had Ellie Minkina bowled a 179 game. Middle School wrestling meet in Gladwin over the weekend results are Russell Longstreth placed 1st, Michael Willford placed 3rd, and Lukas butcher, William Warner, & Justin Wood placed 4th. 7th grade Boys Basketball won 26-6, Kaden Loar 10pts, Blake Calhoun 8pts 8th grade Boys Basketball B team won 32-3. Lakota Scott 14pts, William Warner 8pts. 8th grade Boys Basketball A team lost 28-31. Layk Woodruff 12pts, Mason Ptak and Justin Uhl each had 5pts Events: Varsity & JV Boys Basketball @ Coleman, bus leaves at 4:30, Game start at 6:00, drop & go. 7th & 8th grade Boys Basketball @ Clare, bus leaves at 4:00, Game starts at 5:00, drop & go. Wrestling vs Meridian & Gladwin, game starts at 6:00. Birthdays: Austin Farrow Today’s Lunch Menu: Roast Beef, Sauteed Mushrooms & Soft Baked Pretzel
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls Hoops gets a great road win tonight in Breckenridge 46-39. JV girls lose. TOMORROW: Boys Basketball travels to Coleman for one JV game at 6:00 and varsity follows. Wrestling JPC Match in Beaverton at 6:00.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls Basketball up in Breckenridge at the half: 26-18. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Jr High Boys Basketball is in action tonight against Meridian. #GoBeavers
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 21, 2020 • Hitting Barn will not be open Thursday, January 23rd. • Football Players: Weight room hours will resume on tonight. • Mr. Eichbauer will have the weight room open for any Beaverton student/athlete on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:40-5:00. ‘ • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Next week, the criminal justice CTE class invites you to take the pledge to drive safely this winter. During lunch on Wednesday and Thursday there will be a banner for everyone to sign pledging your commitment to drive safe and always wear your seatbelt. In addition, there will be a social media contest between Gladwin, Beaverton, Farwell, Harrison, and Clare with the winning school receiving a very special assembly. Stay Tuned!! Now, here is your driving fact of the day -Seatbelt use is one of the most effective ways to save lives and reduce injuries in a crash. Also, each year, 24% of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy, or icy pavement, and 15% happen during snowfall or sleet. Don’t Become a Snow Angel!! • Hat day is Friday, January 24th, Freshman class will be selling hat tickets for $1.00 during lunch this week. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: Events: Rescheduled: 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball vs Meridian @ Elementary, Game starts at 5:00 Girls Basketball @ Breckenridge, bus departs at 4:00, game start @ 6:00 Weekend Birthdays: Alexander Pahl, Seth Onweller, Richard Saylor Jr., Kevin Taylor Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Philly Cheese Steak Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, Brown Fried Rice
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Bowling team in action tonight in Beaverton. Boys defeat Gladwin! WAY TO GO!!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Junior High Boys Basketball Game vs. Meridian will be made up tomorrow, Tuesday at 5:00 at Beaverton Elementary.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
BOWLING tonight in Beaverton at 6:00 is still on. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Junior High Boys Basketball Game CANCELED for Monday vs. Meridian. Working on reschedule date- POSSIBLY this Tuesday. Stay tuned.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers get to keep Butch beating Gladwin 56-39. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity boys up at Gladwin 25-14 at half. Bleacher creatures out strong in red!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity girls fall to Gladwin: 55-39 Varsity boys tip off in 15 minutes GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls score at half: Gladwin 28 Beaverton 16
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Girls at Gladwin End of 1st: Gladwin 20, Beaverton 9
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Bowling for tomorrow has been canceled. Hope to see a lot of red in Gladwin tonight for rivalry basketball games. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 17, 2020 • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this year’s prom. Shirts are available during 1st lunch period. • Hitting Barn will not be open next Thursday. • Football Players: Weight room hours will resume on Tuesday, January 21. • Track team, Mr. Eichbauer will have the weight room open on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:40-5:00 until sprang practices start. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Beaverton Gem Theatre will be having a special matinee showing today at 3:00 due to school letting out early. They will be showing Dolittle, all tickets are $5.00. Doors open at 2:30. The movie will last 1 ½ hours. • Uptown Archery and Sports Zone is offering Youth Archery Leagues for ages 7-17. More information available in the office. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Attention seniors: Gladwin County 4H has scholarships available, see Mrs. Phillips for an application packet today! Must be a 4H participant. Event Results: JV A and JV B Boys both lost to Gladwin last night in hard-fought games. Friday Events: JV and Varsity Girls @ Gladwin, bus departs at 3:30, JV Girls play at 4:30, Varsity Girls at 6:00, drop & go Boys Varsity Basketball @ Gladwin, bus departs at 5:30, Games starts at 7:30, drop & go Saturday Events: Wrestling @ Mt. Morris High School, meet begins at 9:00 Bowling @ Northern Lanes, Farwell, Girls and Boys at 1:00 Varsity Pom @ Hertiage High School in Saginaw for competition. Performing @ 12:00. Birthdays: No Birthdays Today’s Lunch Menu: Pizza
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
This is today's class schedule. Do well on your exams!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
JV Boys lose a tough one to Gladwin.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV Boys down 15-23 at half vs. Gladwin.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
JV-b loses hard fought game to Gladwin. JV top off in 10 minutes. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Ski club has been canceled for this evening.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Thursday Basketball Games in Beaverton: 6:00- JV-B Boys vs. Gladwin 7:15- JV Boys vs. Gladwin FRIDAY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE IN GLADWIN: 4:30- JV Girls at Gladwin 6:00- Varsity Girls at Gladwin 7:30- Varsity Boys at Gladwin BLEACHER CREATURE THEME: Red Out
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Friday, January 17, 2020 is a half day of school. Exams for 5, 6, and 7th Period will take place in the morning. Students in AM CTE will stay at the school to take their exams and will not be in CTE classes. PM CTE will still have a bus to and from CTE and are expected to attend.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 16, 2020 • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this year’s prom. Shirts are available during 1st lunch period. • There is a BPA meeting today at 11:15 in Mrs. Ewert's classroom for all high school members to discuss Regional Makeup next week. It is important ALL attend. • Hitting Barn will not be open this Thursday or next Thursday. • Attention Football Players: There will be no weight room after school today (Thursday, January 16). Weight room hours will resume on Tuesday, January 21. • The price of yearbooks goes up from $45 to $50 on Feb 15. Books can be ordered from Ms. Fitz with cash or check made out to Beaverton Schools. • Varsity Pom is going to a competition on Saturday @ Heritage High School. They will be performing @ 12:00 for anyone who would like to support them. • Beaverton Gem Theatre will be having a special matinee showing this Friday at 3:00 due to school letting out early. They will be showing Dolittle, all tickets are $5.00. Doors open at 2:30. The movie will last 1 ½ hours. • Uptown Archery and Sports Zone is offering Youth Archery Leagues for ages 7-17. More information available in the office. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. Today. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Girls JV won against Farwell 23-11. Grace Danielak with 8 points. Girls Varsity won against Farwell 36-33. Molly Gerow with 15 points, 6 rebounds. Mady Pahl with 6 points. Alexis Grove with 5 points. Wrestling beats Farwell 48-27 and loses to Shepherd 36-45. Jake Fischer 2-0, Jacob Cassiday 2-0, Aaron Wentoworth 2-0, Reuben Adams 2-0, Hunter Schaefer 2-0. Upcoming Events: JV-B Boys vs Gladwin at 6:00, JV Boys vs Gladwin at 7:30 Birthdays: Harley Cowell Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Breadstick, & Baked Apple Slices
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity girls basketball gets a great road win tonight in Farwell winning 36-33. JV girls victorious.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
WRESTLING beats Farwell 48-27 and loses to Shepherd 36-45 Jake Fischer 2-0, Jacob Cassiday 2-0, AaronWentworth 2-0, Reuben Adams 2-0, Hunter Schaefer 2-0
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity girls basketball up 16-14 at half in Farwell.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling and JV and Varsity Girls competing in Farwell tonight beginning at 6:00. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Have you purchased your yearbook yet? On February 15, the price increases from $45 to $50. Purchase your yearbook online or pay by cash/check with Yearbook Adviser, Ms. Fitzpatrick. https://yearbookforever.com/schools/beaverton_juniorsenior_high_school_buy_yearbook_313196/
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 14, 2020 • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this year’s prom. • Film Club meeting Today in Mr. Hitsman’s room from 2:30 to 4:00. We will be showing Star Wars: A New Hope. • Bleacher Creature meeting today at lunch to discuss upcoming basketball and wrestling • Hitting Barn will not be open this Thursday or next Thursday. • Beaverton Gem Theatre will be having a special matinee showing this Friday at 3:00 due to school letting out early. They will be showing Dolittle, all tickets are $5.00. Doors open at 2:30. The movie will last 1 ½ hours. • Uptown Archery and Sports Zone is offering Youth Archery Leagues for ages 7-17. More information available in the office. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. Thursday, January 16th. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Boys Basketball swept the Eagles at Farwell last night. JV won 43-31. Varsity won 68-51. Upcoming Events: Girls Basketball & Wresting @ Farwell, bus leaves at 4:30, drop and go, game and meet starts at 6:00pm. Birthdays: Cadence Augustine, Cody Baker, Lilyanna Ficek, & Aaliyah Quintanilla Today’s Lunch Menu: Pizza, Hamburgers, and Chicken Sandwiches
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Basketball wins in Farwell 68-51.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Beaverton JV boys defeat Farwell 43-31. Varsity Boys up 33-22 at half. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys basketball plays in Farwell tonight. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 14, 2020 • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this year’s prom. • The next American sign language meeting is today after school in Mr. Mocks room. All are welcome. • Freshman Class officer meeting today during lunch. • Film Club meeting Wednesday in Mr. Hitsman’s room from 2:30 to 4:00. We will be showing Star Wars: A New Hope. • Beaverton Gem Theatre will be having a special matinee showing this Friday at 3:00 due to school letting out early. They will be showing Dolittle, all tickets are $5.00. Doors open at 2:30. The movie will last 1 ½ hours. • Uptown Archery and Sports Zone is offering Youth Archery Leagues for ages 7-17. More information available in the office. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. Thursday, January 16th. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: Boys Basketball @ Farwell, JV-B game @ 4:30, JV Game at 6:00, bus leaves at 4:30, Drop & Go Birthdays: Marissa Krohn & Judith Sommerer Today’s Lunch Menu: BBQ Ribbies, BBQ Baked Beans, & Soft Baked Pretzel
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month! Devin Tilkins, Delaney Johnston, Grace Simpson, Grace Danielak, Journie Garvie, Gabe Drudge, Faith Neuhaus, Dacoda Johnson, Kayliegh Laird, Crystal Weller, Annaliese Krocker, and Landin Woods.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 13, 2020 • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this year’s prom. • The next American sign language meeting is Tuesday the 14th after school in Mr. Mocks room. All are welcome. • Freshman Class officer meeting on Tuesday the 14th during lunch. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. Today after school in high school gym. 3:20- Boys Basketball 3:40-Wrestling 4:00-Girls Basketball Thursday, January 16th. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Youth Wrestling @ Bay City Tournament winners: Justin Wood – 3rd place, Russell Longstreth – 2nd place, & Landon Terrell-1st place. Upcoming Events: Weekend Birthdays: Bryar Pollard, Ethan Athey, Ashton Dougherty, & Mitchell Knake Birthdays: Austin Dobson & Dylan Kasper Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Buffalo Dip & Flatbread
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball halftime score: Pinconning 31 Beaverton 23
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
The girls varsity team is in action at home tonight.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Gladwin Wrestling Invitational AND Bowling in Clare has been CANCELED for tomorrow. Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Pinconning tonight at 6:00 p.m. in Beaverton is still taking place. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 10, 2020 • Dual enrolled students can pick up their textbooks from Mrs. Phillips this week. Classes start this weekend! • Athletic – Fees are due. • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this years prom. • The next American sign language meeting is Tuesday the 14th after school in Mr. Mocks room. All are welcome. • The Softball/Baseball Hitting barn will be open Tues/Wednesday/Thursday after school. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. High School Basketball and Wrestling Athletic Pictures are scheduled for Monday, January 13th after school in high school gym. Here is the schedule: 3:20- Boys Basketball 3:40-Wrestling 4:00-Girls Basketball Middle School Girls and Boys Basketball AND Bowling Pictures are scheduled for Thursday, January 16th. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: The boys' basketball teams took two out of three at Pinconning last night. The varsity won 60-49, powered by David Krohn and Trent Reed, who each scored 15 points; Carson Oldani added 12. The JV-A team beat the Spartans 46-26. Leading the way were Brian Northrup with 13 points and Mitchell Hall with 10; George Killian added seven points and seven steals. The JV-B squad lost by nine. Upcoming Events: Varsity Girls Basketball game vs Pinconning, Varsity Game starts at 6:00 pm Wrestling vs Gladwin, meet starts at 9:00 am at Gladwin High School Bowling vs Clare, Boys and Girls start at 1:00 pm @ Gateway Lanes Birthdays: Aaron Wentworth Today’s Lunch Menu: Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Bake & Garlic Twist
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
A few pictures from last night’s win at Pinconning.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Varsity Boys Basketball beats Pinconning 60-49. JV-b lost by 9. Girls basketball hosts Pinny tomorrow night for a varsity game only that begins at 6:00. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
JV boys basketball defeated Pinconning 46-26 tonight.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 9, 2020 • Dual enrolled students can pick up their textbooks from Mrs. Phillips this week. Classes start this weekend! • Athletic Fees are due. • Attention Football Players grades 7-12: The weight room will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Please bring athletic shoes. • Music Booster Meeting Thursday (1/9) @ 5:30 pm in the JSHS band room • BPA Members. There is a BPA Meeting for ALL members during 1st lunch Today in Mrs. Ewert's room. It is important that everyone attend as we will discuss specifics about Regional Competition this weekend. Please get your lunch early than head to Room 155. • The Class of 2021 will be selling new Beat Gladwin Shirts for $10:00. All proceeds will go towards this years prom. • The Softball/Baseball Hitting barn will be open Tues/Wednesday/Thursday after school. • Sports Pictures Schedule: Student-athletes can pick up an order form outside of office. High School Basketball and Wrestling Athletic Pictures are scheduled for Monday, January 13th after school in high school gym. Here is the schedule: 3:20- Boys Basketball 3:40-Wrestling 4:00-Girls Basketball Middle School Girls and Boys Basketball AND Bowling Pictures are scheduled for Thursday, January 16th. Middle School Basketball Pictures are in the elementary gym. Middle school girls basketball pictures will begin at 3:30 sharp. Middle School Boys Basketball Pictures will begin at 3:50. Middle School Girls Basketball Players should plan on handing in their uniform to coach after practice. Bowling pictures are scheduled for 4:45 at the Bowling Alley before practice. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: Boys Basketball game @ Pinconning, bus leaves at 4:45, Game starts at 6:00 Birthdays: Emma Govitz & Elijah Hayes Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Fresh Baked Whole Grain Biscuit, & Apple Crisp
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Thank you to the Pom Pon Team for performing to the fight song to kick off tonight’s wrestling match. We appreciate your support!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling match with 6 teams just beginning in Beaverton.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling team duals in Beaverton tonight at 6:00. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 8, 2020 • Dual enrolled students can pick up their textbooks from Mrs. Phillips this week. Classes start this weekend! • Athletes – Fees are due. • All girls 9-12 interested in playing softball this spring, come to a meeting in Mr. Wentworth’s room on today at lunch. • Attention Football Players grades 7-12: The weight room will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Please bring athletic shoes. • Music Booster Meeting Thursday (1/9) @ 5:30 pm in the JSHS band room • The band room will be open (for the next 4 weeks) from 3:30 - 5:30 pm on Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday for students preparing for S & E Festival. Sign up sheets are posted on the uniform room door as you enter the band room. • Congratulations to Gabe Drudge on being nominated to perform with the MSBOA District 9 Junior High All Star Band on January 24 & 25 in Alpena. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: Wrestling – Beaverton Team Duels @ home, Start time 5:30 Birthdays: Chloe Carley & Kyleigh Minkin Today’s Lunch Menu: Pineapple Sweet & Sour Chicken, Fried brown Rice, Crunchy Asian Tortilla Strips, Breadstick, Fortune Cookies, & Roasted Cinnamon Pineapple
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 7, 2020 • Interested in Forensics? Meeting today from 3:30-5:30 in Mrs. Miller’s room. • Athletes: Your Athletic Services fees are due. Please take care of this prior to your next day of competition. • All girls 9-12 interested in playing softball this spring, come to a meeting in Mr. Wentworth’s room on Wednesday at lunch. • Attention Football Players grades 7-12: The weight room will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Please bring athletic shoes. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Birthdays: Dominick Hall & Ethan Robinson Today’s Lunch Menu: Creamy Chicken Broccoli Casserole & Dinner Roll
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: January 6, 2020 • Interested in Forensics? Meeting Tuesday from 3:30-5:30 in Mrs. Miller’s room. • All girls 9-12 interested in playing softball this spring, come to a meeting in Mr. Wentworth’s room Wednesday at lunch. • Attention Football Players grades 7-12: The weight room will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-5:00pm. Please bring athletic shoes. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: Belated Birthdays: Ian Krezenski, William Warner, Ebany Derr, Paige Herber, Nevaeh Thomason, Kiera Vansickle, Daniel Callender, Tad Govitz, Sydney Compton, Clayton Varner, Kara Hannahs, Alexis Henry, emma Sherman, Dennis whitmer, Dominick Brown, Gregory Rumfelt, Cadience Ferman, Kali Guzman, & Abigail Northrup. Birthdays: Lukas Butcher & Hunter Mitchell Today’s Lunch Menu: Buffalo Chicken Dip, Oven Baked Curly Fries, Fresh Celery Sticks, Flatbread
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Welcome back to school students! Can't wait to get back to our studies after a long break!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Middle School Boys Basketball practice begins this week from 3:20-5:00 in the elementary gym. Students must have physical on file and should get green card from office during school day tomorrow before practice. Participation fee is $50 and $25 for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch. Call office with questions on amount owed. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling loses to Whittemore 27-48 Wins against Whittemore: Pins : Jacob Cassiday (5-0 today) and Hunter VOIDS: Reuben Adams (5-0 today) and Garrett POINTS: Jake 7-3 (5-0 today) Great day of wrestling!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Boys Bowling JPC Singles Tourney Results: Xander Dell- 5th- 778 Drew Minkina- 13th Dalton Edmonds- 16th Nicoli Claypool- 29th Ben Minkina- 36th Marc Snooks- 38th Ray Searfoss- 45th NICE JOB!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestlers on a roll beating Pinconning 54-34: PINS: Caleb and Garrett VOIDS: Jacob C, Jake F, Aaron, Seth, Reuben, Kenzie and Hunter GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Congratulations to Beaverton Freshman Ellie Minkina for winning the Jack Pine Conference Mid Winter Singles Tourney with scores of : 191, 174, 198 and 168 for a total of 731! Becca Claypool finished 14th, Caitlyn Vulders 21st, Makenzie Haapala 30th, Elizabeth Hoag 36th , Elizabeth Wolpert 41st and Hannah Hubble 51st. Boys starting now at Beaverton Bowling Alley.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling team defeats Cadillac 47-30. WINS: Caleb (pin), Jacob C (pin), Jake F (pin), Aaron (pin), Seth (void), Reuben (void), Christian (pin) Hunter (tech 18-2).
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Bowling Team in action at the Singles Winter Classic in Beaverton.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Wrestling team falls to Oscoda 30-51: Jacob Cassiday-void Jake Fischer, Reuben Adams, Kenzie Schaefer and Christian all get pins. Cadillac next. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
Bowling team in action today at the Beaverton Bowling Alley and Wrestling competing at Ogemaw Heights Invitational. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Happy New Year Beavers!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Gladwin County Alumni Basketball Game tonight at Beaverton Jr/Sr High at 6:30. Wrestling team back in action TOMORROW at TC West Invitational. BEAVERTON STRONG!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Merry Christmas Beavers!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Girls Basketball falls to Clare 35-15 tonight in Clare. Wrestling and bowling in action tomorrow. GO RED!
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Jennifer Johnston
‪Girls Basketball plays at Clare tonight in a JPC contest. ‬ ‪Wrestling competes in Chippewa Hills and Bowling is at Riverwood on Saturday. GO RED AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS!‬
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Activities are beginning now. Here’s where students can go:
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Students are downloading the app! If you want up to date info about the school, search “Beaverton Beavers” in the App Store.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: December 20, 2019 • Wishing everyone a Safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. • We are on a modified schedule today. We will have no WIN class. Schedule is posted on the slide show and by the announcements in the hallway. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: JV & Varsity Girls Basketball @ Clare, bus leaves at 4:45, drop & go Saturday Events: Wrestling @ Chippewa Hills High School, Meets @ 9:00 am Bowling @ Riverwood in Mt. Pleasant, Boys and Girls start at 1:00 pm Birthdays: Calvin Ridgeway Today’s Lunch Menu: (Menu Change) Macaroni and Cheese & Pretzel Nuggets
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
We will be using a modified schedule today.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Jennifer Johnston
Beavers up 30-17 over Clare at halftime. Pom pon performs in holiday sweaters to holiday music.
over 1 year ago, Jennifer Johnston
Ryan Roberts
Well done Poms!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Got to love the student section! Go Bleacher Creatures!
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: December 19, 2019 • Teachers: Attendance 2 pages need to be signed by tomorrow by first lunch. • 7th & 8th grade Boys interested in playing basketball, today there is a meeting at lunch in the library. • The band room will be open tonight from 3:30 - 5 pm • Leo Club is selling candy canes this week for 50 cents. Buy some and write a note to your special someone. Orders will be taken during lunches and delivered to WIN classes on Friday. • Ski Club meeting the last ten minutes of lunch for 9-12th graders in the room next to Ms. Wagner. Very important to attend. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: JV Girls basketball beat Meridian 36-10. Varsity won 43-42 in overtime. Molly Gerow paced the Beavers with 12 points, while Kait Maxwell had 10 points, Kiera VanSickle had eight points, and Alexis Grove added seven points. Wrestling results not reported by time of announcements. Upcoming Events: JV & Varsity Boys Basketball game vs Clare, JV-B @ 4:30, JV @ 6:00 and Varsity @ 7:30 pm Birthdays: Mrs. Hargrove Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Soft Baked Pretzel, & Harvest Sweet Potato Cake
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
10th Grade sampled Chinese food today made by Mrs. Smith in Mrs. Hubble’s English class.  They enjoyed Wonton soup, almond cookies, and Chinese tea. Students are studying The Joy Luck Club, which is a Chinese Culture novel.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
Announcements: December 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. • 7th & 8th grade Boys interested in playing basketball, there is a meeting at lunch in the library on Thursday. • You decorated, we voted, and now the results of the WIN door decorating contest are in! 7th Grade: Home Alone: Mr. Wicke's WIN 8th Grade: Elf: Mrs. Wagner's WIN Freshmen: Home Alone: Ms. Wagner's WIN Sophomores: Elf: Mr. Colman's WIN Juniors: The Nightmare Before Christmas: Mr. Hitsman's WIN Seniors: A Charlie Brown's Christmas: Mrs. Miller's WIN Congratulations and thank you all for all of our hard work. Mrs. Hargrove will have treats for the "Winners" during Win time Thursday, December 19th. • PIZZA PARTY WINNERS: Congratulations to Mr. Wicke’s WIN class for having the most students between the junior high at last night’s exciting boys basketball victory over meridian. Congratulations to Mrs. Smith for having the most students between the high school WINS. Enjoy your 4 extra large pizzas during WIN today provided by the boys basketball team. • BLEACHER CREATURES, POMS and PEP BAND: Thank you for the great spirit so far this school year and special thanks to the band for staying the entire game. BLEACHER CREATURES want to have a meeting today to discuss ideas. • The band room will be open Thursday this week from 3:30 - 5 pm • Leo Club is selling candy canes this week for 50 cents. Buy some and write a note to your special someone. Orders will be taken during lunches and delivered to WIN classes on Friday. Counseling News: Midland Community Foundation has opened its scholarship portal. To apply, visit midlandfoundation.org and complete your application. The deadline is March 1st! Event Results: Upcoming Events: JV & Varsity girls Basketball @ Meridian, bus leaves at 4:30, game at 6:00, Drop & Go Wrestling @ Montabella High School, bus leaves at 3:15, Meet starts at 6:00 Birthdays: Cierra Keels & Cameron Mishler Today’s Lunch Menu: Tater Tot Casserole & Fresh Baked Whole Grain Biscuit
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Ryan Roberts
There is still time to make it for the start of the varsity boys game vs Meridian.
over 1 year ago, Ryan Roberts
Joseph Passalacqua
We have some athletic schedules available in the app...check it out. (We know that there are some revisions...bear with us through this transition)
over 1 year ago, Joseph Passalacqua