BHS Announcements for Friday, January 26, 2018
Bulletin for 01-26-18
A FREEDOM FRIDAY today
QUOTE to PONDER – None of those material possessions do anything to make your life any better… We all know a lot of people who have a lot of everything, and they’re absolutely the most miserable people in the world. ~ Lenny Kravitz
Congratulations to the Swim & Dive team for their victory over Linc. NorthStar last evening at the YMCA. The girls remain undefeated in dual action winning 119 to 57. And the boys won 86 to 76. Personal Best performances from Beatrice student athletes on the Co-op squad: Trey Billesbach- 50 free, Ashley Hempfling- Wemhoff – 100 & 50 free, Faith Kelly -11 dives & 50 free, Cameron Knepp – 100 fly & 50 free, Blaine Kujath – 100 back, Ellie Lenners – 500 free, Morgan McCubbin – 500 & 50 free, Emma Oliver 100 free, Matilda Saunders – 200 Individual Medley, Hayden Stevens – 11 dives, Nick Witulski – 100, 500, & 50 free, and Joe Wright- 50 free. Next action is Senior Parent Recognition Night next Monday vs Lincoln Pius at home starting at4:30 with diving.
Congrats to Boys Wrestling on their dual win over Tri-County last evening and to Boys Basketball on their 5 Overtimes loss to Hastings. Those losses are character builders.
ACTIVITY ELIGIBILITY GRADE REPORTING: students (and instructors) are reminded assignments, projects and tests need to be turned in or made up by 3:45, TODAY, to be graded and posted before Monday, January 29, for activity eligibility reporting.
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES – Friday
GIRLS BASKETBALL: at Skutt Catholic, JV at 4:15, V at 5:45. Please dismiss at 1:15.
boys soccer open gym TODAY will now be an open field in the House of Orange. It will take place following conditioning and will last until 5:30. (Wells)
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES - Saturday
ProStart Culinary competition in Lincoln, 8 students participating in their first contest on Saturday.
SPEECH CONTEST at Lincoln Northeast. Departing at 6:16 a.m.
POWERLIFTING MEET: at Omaha Central.
WRESTLING: at Raymond Central Invite. Both V & JV start at 9:00 a.m.
BOYS FROSH BASKETBALL: at Linc. Southwest for a 9:00 tip off.
DOUBLEHEADER BASKETBALL: hosting Ralston, JV’s at 1:00, Girls V at 2:30 and Boys V at 4:00.
MEETINGS / DEADLINES:
SPEECH: Practice after school Rm 235, until 6:00 unless you request a later time. Come to Rm. 235 for a schedule for Saturday at Lincoln Northeast. We will leave at 6:16 a.m. on Saturday. (Ankrom)
GIRLS SOCCER: Anyone interested in participating in girls’ soccer this spring is strongly encouraged to attend an informational meeting after school @3:40 in the Commons. It should last only 10-15 minutes. (Heinz)
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Two Fundraisers next Tuesday in conjunction with BHS vs Norris Basketball games.
1. WAFFLEMAN, 5:00 – 8:00, $7 per plate, “All You Can Eat Waffles” and sausage, Advanced Sales available from Boys Basketball players.
2. PAPER AIRPLANE CONTEST, end of boys’ varsity game, Purchase paper to make plane(s) 1-$1.00 or 6-$5.00, prizes scattered on the basketball court with a cash prize in the barrel in center court. Proceeds to TeamMates Mentoring, sponsored by Leadership Class.
AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE: hosted by Key Club, Wednesday, January 31, 8:30 – 2:00 IN THE Auxiliary Gym. Age 16 & under need parent paperwork signed, paperwork available from Mrs. Robeson.
SCHOLARSHIPS, CLASSES & DEADLINES: Additional INFO in Student Services Office.
JUNIORS: UN-Lis hosting an Accounting Summit this summer for high school students. The goal of the summit is introduce students to business as well as career opportunities in accounting. The summit is May 30th - June 1st. If you are a junior and have an interest in attending, see Mr. Brink.
SENIORS: if you are applying for a Susan Buffett Scholarship, remember that they are due by 5:00 next Thursday, February 1. (Prososki)
The Student-View Scholarship programs provides scholarships. Deadline is April 22, 2018. More information and applications available on-line: www.studentinsights.com
BIRTHDAYS TODAY: none
Saturday: Austin Neumann
Sunday: Madison Sweem
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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.