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Finals and early release form



Finals are Tuesday, May 29 - Friday, June 1. Thursday and Friday of finals week, students will be allowed early release if they have approved, signed permission slip. (Double click on the blue title of this post to open the document.) C-4 Students will have a different permission form attached in the announcement for C-4 Students  Early Release Form 2018  


Drama Awards



All students planning to attend Drama Awards this Saturday night please sign the list on the bulletin board outside of the drama room so that we can get a count. Cost to attend is $5 per person, and please bring a dish to share for the potluck dinner which starts at 5:30 PM.


Senior Thespian Society Members



All senior members of International Thespian Society planning to graduate wearing a Thespian honor cord must have paid for their one time only dues and the cord ($35 total) by Tuesday May 29th. If you are not sure if you have paid dues, see Dr. Godfrey.
 

Prom Royalty



Congratulations to our 2018 Prom Queen and King, Kara Payne and Cole Lewis. This year's Princess and Prince are
Kendra Wood and Bryce Denton.


Library Books



Attention Students! Anyone who returns books to the library that are so overdue they have been marked as lost will get their names put into a drawing for fabulous prizes. We will start entering names tomorrow and will make our prize drawings on May 24. One entry per book returned.


Boiler Challenge Engineering Competition Winners!



BCHS  engineering students competed in the Boiler Challenge Engineering Competition. They competed against Columbus North, Columbus East, Jennings County, North and South Decatur, South Dearborn and WON!  Congratulations to the students competing!  We are proud of you!
 

NHS Tutoring



The National Honor Society is starting their study sessions next week, beginning on January 15th. Students who are needing assistance in any of their courses, whether for homework assignments, test preparation, or simply bouncing materials or ideas off of a peer student, are welcome to attend. Sessions will not only be offered in the mornings, but will also now be embedded during weekly study hall times. Students who want tutoring will need to come down to Room 525 after reporting in, and retrieving a pass, from their teachers. Students who attend tutoring during advisory will be required to remain for the duration of that class period. If interested in the morning sessions, they will take place in Mr. Robinson's room (Room 108) from 7:45-8:15 in the morning. All tutoring sessions will happen every MondayTuesdayThursday, and Friday, so we look forward to helping you make this a successful semester. Please see Mr. Robinson if you have any questions."