BHS Announcements for Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Bulletin for 11-28-17
QUOTE to PONDER – Tomorrow is not a promise. Tomorrow is a second chance. ― J.R. Rim
This week's class competition winner will be the class with fewest students on this Fridays "F" List. Reminder, this Friday is a RELEASE Day!
ACTIVITY ELIGIBILITY GRADE REPORTING: students (and instructors) are reminded assignments, projects and tests need to be turned in or made up by 3:45, this Friday, December 1, to be graded and posted before Monday, December 4, for activity eligibility reporting.
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES:
BHS One-Act Play production of Antigone Now! (Pronounced Ann-tig-oh-nee) 7:00 tonight in the Hevelone Center.
MEETINGS / DEADLINES:
SPEECH: Students interested in speech, stop and get an information sheet to fill out. Please plan to attend a speech meeting during Mentor tomorrow also. (Ankrom)
SENIORS - please submit your baby picture and senior picture to Ms. Glenn for the Yearbook.
Science Club members -
1. Dues should be turned in to Mrs. Lineweber by Wednesday, November 29 to avoid being put on the fines and fees list.
2. Mark your calendars to deliver Poinsettias on Tuesday, December 5 and Fruit on Wednesday, December 6. (Dr. Christen)
3. Emergency meeting tomorrow during Mentor in O-Zone.
SOFTBALL MEETING: Girls in grades 8-11 who plan to play softball next fall are asked to meet with new Head Coach, Gary Lytle, on Wednesday, November 29, at Beatrice HS, in room 133, at 2:30pm. (Randel)
Please return library books before the end of the semester. The fines and fees list will be created soon, and you will lose open campus privileges if you have books that have not been returned. (Oltman)
LARSHIPS, CLASSES & DEADLINES: Additional INFO in Student Services Office.
Students interested in Wayne State College on Thursday, November 30, please get a permission form in the Student Services office to attend that visit before end of day today. ASAP! (Post & Prososki)
BIRTHDAYS TODAY – none again today
Beatrice High School Mission
The mission of Beatrice High School is to guarantee all students will meet or exceed their individual academic goals and exhibit responsible citizenship.