Our cross country teams had a great time @ the Seymour Invitational on September 20th!!
Parent Cafe, an opportunity for parents to share and learn together, presents its meeting schedule for October. Attached is information on our October parent programming. This month, we will be digging in to the subjects of sibling rivalry and aggressive behavior. Please share with your agency and family contacts, and feel free to pass along my information to anyone who may have questions. Thank you for all you do on behalf of children and families! October all county flyer
A big thanks to the BCJHS Recycling Team for all their hard work!!
Global Citizens Club is a joint venture with Indiana University. This new club will connect our students with students in China through video conferencing. Students share and discuss global topics one on one in real time. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Phillips.
Saturday, September 22, 2018 @ 6PM BCHS Auditorium Join us for singing, dancing, and of course COFFEE and DESSERT! We will also have a silent auction & 50/50 Raffle (must be 18 to participate).
TICKETSAdvanced tickets: $10/adults, $8/students and seniors At the door: $12/adults, $10/students and seniors (Children 5 and under are FREE) 2018 Coffee Cabaret Flyer
Brown County Schools was made aware that the Town of Nashville and some surrounding areas in Brown County will experience a planned electrical outage on Sunday, November 18 from 10:00 p.m. until approximately 5:30 a.m. on Monday, November 19. Duke Energy is leading this process as they switch out seven failing electrical wooden poles with new metal poles along Clay Lick Road. In order to be proactive, the Board of School Trustees agreed during last evening's Board meeting to call a planned 2-Hour Delay for Monday, November 19. By having a 2 hour delay, we will have an opportunity to have our buildings with full power for enough time to get them heated and for our kitchens to be able to prepare breakfast. Additionally, our buses will be able to use Clay Lick Road which will be shut down entirely during the power outage. We sincerely appreciate the proactive way that Duke Energy has alerted the community and schools regarding this planned electrical outage. I understand they are in the process of alerting their customers who will be affected. By having 2 months to plan for this outage, we hope that our families will be able to have enough time to plan for this 2-Hour delay.
Students in Ms. Lane's Science Class have been busy engineering water carrying vessels after learning about the challenges many people around the world face when trying to find clean water to drink. This portion of the unit was at the end of a two week in depth investigation and ended with students being required to design and build a vessel to carry water that they filter. The filter was student designed and constructed with limited materials.
Congratulations to Gavin Gromer and Shirley Lecklider for being named the BCJHS "Students of the Month" for September. Gavin was nominated by his Math Teacher Mr. Chastain and Shirley was nominated by her Language Arts Teacher Mrs. Stanley.
Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 5PM - 7PM Refreshments - Tours - Demonstrations Meet and Greet with students and advisors Program Overview Presentations at 5:30 and 6:30
What is Eagle Manufacturing?Eagle Manufacturing is a student-run business that resides at Brown County High School in Nashville, Indiana. Students learn and work in a real-world manufacturing and business environment where they engage in problem solving, business management, professional career roles, employability skills, and much more. The mission of Eagle Manufacturing is to prepare students for their future after graduation, through learning technical and employability skills, while providing high quality product and services for industry, the community, and Brown County Schools.
Why attend the Grand Opening?Attending the grand opening of Eagle Manufacturing will provide you with a first look as we work to build our business as well as learn about the benefits our program provides for students. There is currently a problem in our region, and beyond, with finding skilled workers that also possess the intangible employability skills such as punctuality, work ethic, collaboration, and positive attitude. You will learn about how Eagle Manufacturing is addressing these issues, how you can get involved, and how this program will benefit our community and region. All attendees will receive one free raffle ticket for a chance to win Eagle Manufacturing shirts and other prizes!
Science Fest is an STEM educational day of fun in science, math and technology. IU Science Fest will be held on Saturday, October 27 from 9 am – 3 pm. This event will be the LARGEST open house event that IU has ever done, we keep adding partners daily. Not listed on the attached flyer include Baxter Healthcare Pharmaceutical, Center for the Analysis of Social-Ecological Landscapes, IU Science Libraries, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, and School of Public and Environmental Affairs. This event is free and open to the public with no registration required. We have activities for all ages! Learn more on the Science Fest webpage: https://scienceoutreach.indiana.edu/news-events/science-fest/index.html 2018 Science Fest Flyer