Good morning Beaverton Community. Please make sure that people are aware of this wonderful opportunity. This also gives everyone a LEGITIMATE reason to get out of the house. We are providing a breakfast and lunch for several days. Folks will have access to at least 4-6 meals FOR EACH. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD! #GoBeavers
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!
Good morning Beaverton Community, Just a reminder... Today Chartwells will be serving meals out of the Jr./Sr. High school kitchen from 4-6pm. Folks will be asked to drive around to the back of building and stay in cars when picking up food. Please see the other opportunities that are being offered for lunch between 11am and 1pm by the Beaverton Fire & Police department. Details are attached. Have a great morning and thank you for your patience and understanding.
Good evening Beaverton Community, I am sharing a couple of food distribution schedules for those in need during these unprecedented times. On Monday & Thursday...Chartwells will be serving meals out of the Jr./Sr. High school kitchen from 4-6pm. This will occur each week that we remain closed. Folks will be asked to drive around to the back of building and stay in cars when picking up food. Please see the other opportunities that are being offered by Beaverton Fire & Police department. Details are attached. In case people are concerned...we will have our cleaning crew cleaning the cafeteria right behind them each night. Have a great evening and thank you for your patience and understanding.
To the Beaverton Community, This letter was developed in concert with all Clare Gladwin Regional Education Service District Superintendents, Midland, Bullock Creek, Coleman and Meridian. This is a joint task force that is doing everything in our power to address these uncertain times. We are asking everyone to take the extra time to wash your hands thoroughly and make this a teachable moment. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Congratulations to Mr. Ryan Roberts. Mr. Roberts has been recognized by the Michigan Department of Education as a Michigan Breakfast Hero! His support as it pertains to ensuring all students are eating a nutritious breakfast is outstanding. The support he has given at Beaverton Jr./Sr. High School is so important and he truly is a Breakfast Hero!
Announcements: March 5, 2020 • March is Reading Month Quote of the Day: “You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.” Ray Bradbury • We will be sending off our state qualifying wrestlers and bowlers on Thursday by having the student body form a tunnel down the long hallway. Please start forming at 3:05 and we will start it at 3:07, then kids can just dismiss from there. • 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 Friday, March 6 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. • All girls 9-12 come to a meeting at 11:15 Thursday in Mr Wentworth's room. • 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! Counseling News: Event Results: Events: Boys Basketball @ Shephard, release time 2:45, bus leaves at 3:00, game time 4:30. Birthday: Shawnnah Hannah, Reese Longstreth, Russell Longstreth, & Alexis Render Today’s Lunch Menu: Mashed Potato & Chicken Bowl, Breadstick, & Baked Apple Slices
As communities across the United States prepare for the novel coronavirus, many are wondering how schools plan to respond. Beaverton Schools has been in touch with our local health departments, to get some advice on best practices and next steps as the the outbreak goes on. Sharing out information at this time is what is recommended.
A special thank you to our many varied and great volunteers for organizing a wonderful event in honor of Dar Grove and his new 1,500 mile milestone. The event was very well planned and Dar was relishing his time walking his final laps to obtain his new level of attainment before a really, really big crowd of onlookers that included a well-represented Beaverton Schools contingent of personnel and students. #GoBeavers
Good morning Beaverton Community. This morning, we did have a bus break down during its' run. The bus did not have any students on it when it broke down. We did send a spare bus. All students are safe and sound. However, we did run little late due to the circumstances. Thanks in advance for your understanding.
Friday, February 7, 2020 To all Parents/Guardians, Lockdown training This post is to inform you about a lockdown training 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. This was a collaborative effort between the schools, the Beaverton & Gladwin 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 either building if you have any questions or concerns. Sincerely, Joseph Passalacqua Superintendent
Please join us at the City of Beaverton Town Hall Meeting at the Beaverton Activity Center on tonight at 6:30 pm. This will be an interactive meeting to discuss the Project Rising Tide results, the new proposed Master Plan, the start of the process for reviewing our existing zoning ordinances for amendments, etc. Please bring your smartphones! We need and welcome your participation! Refreshments will be provided.
Wrestling team finishes in 3rd place at the Mio Invite yesterday: Seth Onweller- sixth Hunter Schaefer- fifth Caleb Thomason- fourth Jacob Cassiday- first Jake Fischer- first Aaron Wentworth- first (beat a ranked wrestler Garrett- second Reuben Adams- second WAY TO GO, RED!!
Just keep dreaming.
Beaverton youth boys and girls 3rd - 6th grade basketball has been canceled for tomorrow.
Our new district website is live and can be located at www.beavertonschools.net We are announcing that we have moved our presence on the web to match our new district name. We hope you enjoy the new look as much as we do! #GoBeavers
Want to take a moment to reflect back and thank these 2 fine young ladies for their dedication to Beaverton Schools for over 20 years. Thank you MaryEllen Verellen and Michelle Roe for all that you have done for our community. You will be missed. We want to wish you well on your next life adventures. You ladies have been great role models for our youth. THANK YOU! #GoBeavers Photos by Margaret MacLean and Ms. Fitzpatrick.
We are aware that some folks are still unable to access the app. We are working on this with Apptegy. For those individuals with an Android Phone...please try this link. Here is the link! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.beavertonmi