Are you passionate about all things Korea??? On Saturday March 30th IU is hosting Korean Night! Experience games, musical performances, and FOOD. 100% FREE!!! Transportation from the Junior High leaves at 1:30 p.m. Stop by the office and pick up a permission slip. Forms are due Wednesday, March 27th.
BCHS Prom is May 11, 2019 from 8 - 11pm. It will be held at the Monroe Convention Center.
Students and parents are invited to come in and get help filling out the FAFSA on Monday, March 25th from 3 pm to 7 pm in room 105. Students bring your Chromebooks. For the FAFSA Completion:
- We need to make sure that the computers we use can access the www.FAFSA.gov website without any issues.
- We’ve created a FAFSA Checklist families can use to make sure they bring everything necessary to this FAFSA Completion event! You can view and download that checklist by going to this link: https://www.investedindiana.org/resources/for-counselors/
- In your communications with families, you can encourage attendees to create an FSA ID (www.fsaid.ed.gov) for the student and at least one parent, it would be extremely helpful.
The bills for lost books will be going out at the end of the week. You still have time to bring books in to avoid having to pay for them.
All boys interested in playing golf this spring need to sign up in the athletic office. The first practice is scheduled for 3:30 P.M. Monday, March 11, at Salt Creek Golf Course. Transportation will be provided for those who need it. You must have your IHSAA physical on file in the athletic office before you may participate.
Female students in grade 9-12 can participate for free in Girls Go CyberStart, either as individuals or as part of a school based team. Players will be challenged to solve puzzles and be introduced to a broad spectrum of cybersecurity disciplines. Last year, nearly 400 students from across Indiana participated in the challenge. As an added incentive this year’s winners will also be recognized by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch at Cybertech Midwest in July. High school girls may register for Girls Go CyberStart now through March 20, when the games begin. Participating students do not need prior cybersecurity knowledge or IT experience. All that is required is a computer and an Internet connection.
Five students attended ISSMA State Solo and Ensemble, all 5 received a gold rating, and 2 received a gold rating with distinction, meaning the performance was practically flawless.
They are, Emma Beck, John Oliver, Jake Rodgers, Rachel Huddleston, and Katianna Richardson. Congratulations to all!
At the Region 8 JAG Career Development Conference we had winners for 2 competitions. This event was a series of professional development, business competitions, and STEM challenges, competing against 7 other JAG programs from 7 other schools in the region judged by business people from around the region.
Hailey Hash, Cailey VanArsdale, and Hailey Mayo won the Entrepreneurship Plan competition. A business proposal presentation similar to "Shark Tank."
Lexie Weddle won the Cover Design marketing competition.
Ali Griffith placed 3rd in the financial literacy competition.
Winners will go on to compete in Indianapolis at the State Career Development Competition.
Softball season is right around the corner! Any girl planning on trying out for the team MUST have a physical on file before the first official practice on March 4th. Also anyone that's interested in being a manager needs to see Mr. Greve in room 308 for more information!
BETA - The field trip to Hope for Hearts Horse Farm today 2/5 is postponed and has been rescheduled to April 9. Beta's permission slips must be signed by all students visiting BETA to eligible for any field trips in the future. Permission slips are available and can be turned in at BETA or school offices. Today will be a normal day at BETA and Nathan Dilion's free guitar and band session will be on 4:30-5:30.
Many healthy snacks will be waiting for you!!