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2 months ago

Brown County Schools

Update: 3:03 p.m.

We are not able to dismiss our schools on time today due to road conditions from flooding.

Students are being kept at their schools until it is safe for buses to travel.

Parents are more than welcome to pick their children up from school at any time. We will continue to keep you posted as updates are made available.
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2 months ago

Brown County Schools

We have concerns about serious flooding across the county. We are going to keep the students at school and not conduct an early release.

However, if you would like to pick your child up from school at any time, you are welcome to do so.

There is a possibility that we will need to extend our school day if the roads are not safe for travel. We are prepared for that event and will make sure that the students are safe and comfortable.

All after school activities are canceled for students. The school board meeting is still planned for this evening at 6:30 p.m. at Helmsburg Elementary School.
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This is so neat...

3rd grade VBES student, Aislinn Cassiday, competed in the "I am Strong" 2019 Indiana USA Gymnastics Xcel State Meet and qualified for NATIONALS in June!!

We have SO many talented students in our school district! I love seeing their accomplishments inside and outside of school! 💙💛💙💛
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This is soooooo exciting!!

We had 3 BCHS JAG students compete in the STATE Career Development Conference competition last Friday in Indianapolis... and... guess what!?!?! We placed 3rd in the STATE for the Entrepreneurship Plan competition!!

Congratulations to Cailey VanArsdale, Hailey Mayo, Hailey Hash, & Mr. Baugh (JAG teacher)

We are SO proud of these students (and all of our JAG students)! Incredible program - skills for LIFE!
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What an incredible adventure! Our BCHS History Club finished their trip to Boston yesterday "becoming" Patriots in 1773 by throwing tea into the Boston Harbor!

They also had a tour of the Freedom Trail with their guide, Jane Franklin, Benjamin Franklin’s sister. Mrs. Adams got a kick out of the Federal Reserve Bank (she's not the state Economics teacher of the year for nothing!) and Mrs. Lewellen and Mrs. Adams channeled their inner Samuel Adams.

SO glad to have these students and teachers safe at home... I'm hoping they do nothing but sleep until Monday morning! ❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸
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We are SO PROUD of our BC Career Resource Center team member, Shannon Brunton!

Shannon was selected to be one of 35 career coaches
in the Skillful Governor’s Coaching Corps!! Within this program, she will be learning how to better connect adults to effective training opportunities and high quality jobs.

This is a really big deal for our community and our region. Way to go, Shannon! BCS is very proud of you!
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The BCHS History Club adventure in Boston continued yesterday with a visit to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum... This is SO neat... Lilee and Mrs. Lewellen got to go into the Research Room and see RFK’s papers for Lilee's National History Day project! (WHAT!?!?)

The group also saw Plymouth Rock and went on to the Plimoth Plantation which is a living history exhibit. There, they learned how the Pilgrims lived by walking around their village. The evening was capped off with a traditional Pilgrim dinner!
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This makes me smile...

The students in Ms. Weddle's Science Honors Society at BCHS were worried that their plant babies wouldn't be taken care of over Spring Break.

(Do they know Ms. Weddle is the daughter of THE Jack Weddle!?!?!)

No worries, students... your BCHS school garden is going to be AMAZING!! 😉💙💛
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The BCHS History Club continued the fun yesterday with a walk through Lexington and Concord (where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired)!

Then they headed to Salem where they learned about the witch trials in 1692, saw the Town Hall from Hocus Pocus (!!!), and had a haunted tour!

LOVE these students and teachers - what an incredible Spring Break!
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