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2019-20 BCJHS Yearbooks



2019-20 BCJHS Yearbooks
We have been receiving questions about yearbooks from the 2019/2020 school year. These yearbooks have been ordered. However, due to the shut down it is taking longer for the yearbooks to be delivered. Any student who has already ordered a yearbook will receive their order during the 2020/2021 school year.


BCJHS Student Registration 2020-21



BCJHS Student Registration 2020-21
BCJHS Student Registration for 2020-21: Tuesday, July 28th from 8am - 4pm Wednesday, July 29th from 10am - 6pm Students will receive their schedule and locker assignment.  Information for the 2020-21 school year will be distributed and parents will be asked to complete yearly student registration forms.  Social distancing protocols will be followed and masks will be available for students and parents.


Congratulations and Good Luck!!



Congratulations and Good Luck!!
Congratulations to BCJHS 7th graders MacKenzie Knaus and Taylor Lucas!!  Their project on the Japanese Internment Camps during WWII  placed 2nd in the state and qualified them for the National History Day Competition.  This year's event is being held virtually due to the Covid 19 outbreak.  We wish them both the best of luck!!Kenzie and Taylor


Federal Duck Stamp Competition



Federal Duck Stamp Competition
BCJHS students participated in the Federal Duck Stamp competition once again this year.  The competition was judged virtually and our BCJHS students did wonderful once again. We are so proud to announce we had two second place state-winners: Kate Wilson and Laura Prevot. We also had three honorable mentions: Ady Grider, Shirley Lecklider, and Julia Burt. In addition, weDuck 2 Duck 1 Duck 3 Duck 4 Duck 5 Duck 6 had two Judges favorites: Rashell Jaenke and Rain Drake. Enjoy the beautiful duck pictures! The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition is an annual competition where students learn about the habitat of their chosen wildfowl. It encourages the students to learn more about the natural world and gets them to investigate biology and explore art through the process.


Water Wells for South Sudan



Water Wells for South Sudan
BCJHS students collected money the past 3 years for the nonprofit Water for South Sudan where we raised over $1000 each year as part of our 7th grade integrated unit. This past year Mr. Garman died his hair blue and Mr. Pagnard shaved his beard when the students met their collection goal?  This is called the "Iron Giraffe Challenge" because that's what the locals in South Sudan call the wells with the big arms going up and down.  Thanks in part to all of our support, they have built a well.  Here is a photo of the well that BCJHS helped support!Water Wells
  

All-District Band Concert



All-District Band Concert
Congratulations to Mr. Finley and all of the BCS Bands on an amazing performance at the all-district band concert.  A big thanks to the new Brown County Music Center for graciously hosting us!!Band Concert 1
 

Waltman Construction 7th Grade Student of the Month for March



Waltman Construction 7th Grade Student of the Month for March
Congratulations to BCJHS March “Student of the Month” Jaeda Todd.  Jaeda was nominated by her Math Teacher Mr. Hebert.  According to Mr. Hebert, "Jaeda is a wonderful young lady.  Along with her great work ethic, Jaeda is kind, respectful, and caring.  She leads by example every day."  Jaeda’s picture will be displayed at BCJHS during the month of March and will also appear on the BCJHS school webpage.  A special thanks to Waltman Construction for sponsoring the BCJHS “Student of the Month”.  Jaeda will be receiving a “Student of the Month” plaque compliments of Waltman Construction. Jaeda Todd