TODAY FOR Lunch
Turkey bacon ranch on ciabatta, Leaf lettuce, tomato, pickles, French fries, and Mashed butternut squash
Weekly Lunch Menu
- TOMORROW - Baked ranch chicken, Mashed potatoes, Sweet peas, and biscuit
- Friday, December 13 - Grilled chicken Club, Boom boom sauce, French fries, and Leaf lettuce, tomato, pickles
Innovation Fair 2020
Innovation Fair 2020 will be March 19th and 20th. Applications are available online on the BHS Website and paper copies are available in the Information Station (Outside the Main Office), or by clicking the link below. The deadline for teams to submit their application is December 20th! If you would like to sign up for the Innovation Fair or have any questions about it, click the link below!
Fall semester exams are coming soon
Semester Exam Schedule
Important Information and Regulations
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE BHS ADMIN OR YOUR TEACHERS!
This week in badger athletics
brackets for the cabot invitational, and all sports schedules, are available on www.badgerball.org
Students are not allowed to go to their cars or MOVE their cars during the school day.
Student Choice Award Voting is open for the 2nd 9 Weeks!! Please vote for your favorite teacher, who you think should be awarded the Student Choice Award!! Click the link below to vote!!
Money for NHS dues are due and NHS picture forms and money are due by the 17th.
The North Library and Bistro will be closed Wednesday, Thursday, and part of Friday.
Important Announcement from the Yearbook: Students if you go by another name and would like us to use that name instead of the name in your records (for the yearbook), please go by Mrs. Chester's room in CT 206 to get your name corrected in the system before December 20th! We will only change your name if it is listed as part of your LEGAL name. Example: your name is Ryan Michael Smith and but you go by Mike or Sara Michelle Smith and you go by Michelle. You MUST BRING PROOF of your legal name before I will change it if it's not already in the school records. You can bring a picture of your birth certificate, drivers licenses, etc.
Students, don't forget!! The Leadership and Service Learning class is having a food drive for the Badger Food Pantry. They are asking that you bring canned chili and other soups that would directly benefit our community. The drive will begin on November 18th and end on December 13th. There will be a pizza party incentive for the advisory class that collects the most donations on December 16th. Your box will be located in your advisory class.
Badger Football Players and Family Members - Mark your calendars for our End of the Year Football Banquet, which is set for January 16th inside the North Cafeteria. The Banquet will begin at 6:00pm! This is a time to recognize & honor all members of our 2019 Football Team & Supporters!! More details to come from Coach Gunter!!
Anime club members! Our Christmas party will be Tuesday, December 17th, from 3:30 - 5pm! Starting today, come by Ms. Stroud's room to draw a name for Secret Santa if you chose to participate!! If you have any questions, see Ms. Stroud!
FCCLA will be having a Christmas party on December 12th from 5-7. Sign up sheet will be outside Mrs. Davis’s room. Cost is $1. Pizza will be provided.
Our next decorate competition theme is Christmas Movies. Student Council members have assigned each grade a holiday movie and their task is to turn their assigned halls into that movie. Winners will receive the Spirit Stick going in to the Basketball Pep Rally Season in addition to bragging rights. The assignments are as follows: Seniors: Polar Express (Science/Art Hall in the Main Building), Juniors: Grinch (Math/History Hall in the Main Building), Sophomores: Nightmare Before Christmas (Science/Spanish Hall in the North Building), and Freshmen: Elf (Freshman Hall in the North w/ Simpson, Glaude, Wallace, Phillips, etc). JUDGING WILL BE DECEMBER 17TH! WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOUR HOLIDAY SPIRIT!
In addition to our hallway competition, Student Council would like to have an Ugly Christmas/Winter Sweater Competition. The date to wear your sweater is Friday, December 13th. During Advisory on that day the student council members will come around and get a count of the number of students in every Advisory that is participating. Those numbers will be applied to the hallway competition for each grade and aid in winning the Spirit Stick going into January. Rules: 1. Sweaters or shirts must be Holiday, Winter, or Christmas themed. 2. Sweaters or shirts must be school appropriate. Can't wait to see all your splendidly hideous sweaters!
Both the Main and North Libraries will now be accepting food items as payments for fines. Food items must be: 1) Non-expired, 2) have original label, and 3) non-perishable. One item per 50 cents (up to 50 cents)
Youth Alive meets every Friday morning at 7:30am in Mr. Jenkins room (CT202)!!
Seniors, join the Project Graduation Remind! Text "@27CEFFK" to 81010!
A Note From the Counseling Center:
If you need a safe, quiet place to calm down, please visit our calming room (located in the counseling center)
Calming Room Etiquette: 1) No Cell Phones - there is a place outside the calming room to place them before entrance. 2) All items stay in calming room (stress balls, fidget spinners, etc.) - do not take them with you. 3) Stay for 10 - 15 minutes & then return to class with a note. If a longer stay is needed, please see a counselor (Pruitt, Nesler, or Choate). We want everyone to be able to take advantage of and responsibly use our wonderful calming room! Please be polite & thoughtful of everyone & use responsibly!
- Math Tutoring w/ Ms. Jennifer Jones - Every day from 3:30-4:00pm after school
- English Tutoring with Mrs. A. Wallace - Tuesdays and Thursdays until 5:00pm (If these times do not work, please contact Mrs. Amanda Wallace to set up a more convenient time)
- BHS Coffee Shop Patrons - please remember that our coffee shops are a privilege for our students. Please use your manners when ordering and receiving your drinks. The drinks are made on first come first serve basis, so be aware of your time. And lastly, sometimes we have to close for a variety of reasons, so check the door for a sign whether it is open or closed.
- Students are not to be in their cars, nor are they to be moving their cars during the school day.
- The District will insure that drinking water is available without charge to all students throughout the school including, but not limited to, in the District’s food service areas. Students are allowed to drink water in class. No outside drinks are allowed except bottled water in clear containers with a screw top lid.
- Students will be counted tardy for 2nd period if they are not in class on time due to the second-chance breakfast.
- Cell phones and smart watches, that allow students to text message on them, are considered an extension on their cell phones. If students are texting on their watches, they will be taken up, along with their phone.
- Students get 8 absences per semester. An absence is an absence whether the student is sick or has personal business to attend to. Just because a student has kept up with his/her doctors' notes, those appointments will still be counted as an absence. The only instance a conference would be held with the student and his/her parent is if the student experiences an event which requires a succession of days out which would make the student go over his/her 8 days. (such as a hospital stay)
- Students are dismissed only by an intercom announcement at the end of 8th period.
- Make sure you're aware of the new school policies in the handbook this year, including no outside beverages, dress code, and cell phones. Check out the handbook to get all the detailed information.
DRIVER TESTING SITE IN SEARCY ARE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
DECEMBER: 12-13; 23-25
have a great week everyone!!