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BCJHS Biomedical



BCJHS Biomedical
8th Grade Students in Mr. Roush's Biomedical Course called Medical Detectives have been learning about bacteria.  Today they participated in a lab to grow their own bacteria and see the impact on antibiotics on it.  What a great learning experience!!Medical Detectives


7th Grade Students Visit Atterbury



7th Grade Students Visit Atterbury
Our 7th grade students visited Camp Atterbury on Thursday, September 5th.  They were able to visit an active archaeology site, the military equipment yard, and the obstacle course used for training.  A big thanks to Camp Atterbury for a great day!!Picture 5Picture 2Picture 4


Waltman Construction 8th Grade Student of the Month for September



Waltman Construction 8th Grade Student of the Month for September
Congratulations to BCJHS September “Student of the Month”  Justin Scrougham.  Justin was nominated by his Science Teacher Ms. Lane.  According to Ms. Lane, "Justin has a great work ethic, he steps in to help others, he is involved in class discussions, and is always polite.  Last week I had a student who was really struggling and without prompting, Justin moved his chair over to this other student and worked with him for half an hour.”  A special thanks to Waltman Construction for sponsoring the BCJHS “Student of the Month”.  Justin Scrougham  


Waltman Construction 7th Grade Student of the Month for September



Waltman Construction 7th Grade Student of the Month for September
Congratulations to BCJHS September “Student of the Month” Caleb Clifford.  Caleb was nominated by his Art Teacher Mrs. Roales.  According to Mrs. Roales, "Caleb has been such a hard worker, showing incredible work skills.  He has gone beyond expectations in Honors Art.  He has been researching how to become a better artist on his own.  I am also nominating him because he is a caring and thoughtful individual.  He is a great helper and has been a positive contributor in my classroom.  I can’t wait to see what he makes next!"  A special thanks to Waltman Construction for sponsoring the BCJHS “Student of the Month”.  Caleb Clifford  
    

Having Some Fun in Math!!



Having Some Fun in Math!!
In Ms. Christie's math classes,  students participated in a STEM challenge to teach teamwork and perseverance.  7th graders were tasked with building the tallest tower with only 20 spaghetti noodles, a yard of tape, and a yard of ribbon that could support a marshmallow.  Mr. Pagnard was challenged to participate.  He successfully engineered a tower that held the marshmallow 18 inches above the table.  8th graders had to figure out how to build a table that held books at least 8 inches off the table using a roll of tape and the daily newspaper.  The group pictured managed to get theirs to hold 18 before the weight of the books began to crush their structure.  They may have had some help from Mr. Garman. :)  Overall, the students had a ton of fun building their structures and engaging their brains after a long summer break.  Ms. Christie's class is ready for a successful year!PagnardNewspaper Challenge


Character Jenga



Character Jenga
Students in Mr. Potts's social studies classes play "Character Jenga" as an ice breaker activity during the first week of school.  Potts