BCHS 9th and 11th grade students went through an extremely informative Teen Maze presentation that was put together by Brantley County Family Connections. We thank all the volunteers that went above and beyond to give their time to our students.
The JV football team lost to Pierce County on Thursday in a hard fought game.
The Varsity football team lost to a very talented Liberty County team on Friday night.
Basketball will be in full swing on Monday with both the boys and girls officially starting tryouts and the wrestling team started their training last week. Our winter sports will be full blast before we know it.
This week at BCHS:
Tuesday: Halloween – BCHS — Trunk or Treat at the Courthouse 6:00-7:30
Wednesday: Leadership team meeting – 3:15
Thursday: Herff Jones on campus for Senior Order Day #2
CTAE Fall Advisory Committee Meeting – 6:00 PM
Friday: Principals Advisory Council – 7:45-8:30
Last Varsity Football Game at Long County – 7:30
Saturday: Competition Cheer at Regionals – West Laurens High School
Band at competition in Kennesaw Mountain High School
Farm Bureau Annual Super Meeting
We had a great week at BCHS. The band competed in a massive competition at Lowndes High School and finished 4th place out of a large group of competitors and 1st place in their division. They have had a great competition season so far.
The Heron Cross Country team competed in their last regular season meet Wayne County. The region meet will be on Oct. 25 in Jeff Davis.
Heron football team played a hard fought game coming up just short to Appling County on Friday night.
Our competition cheer team competed in Waycross and had a good showing as well.
We are very proud of all our athletic teams!
This week BCHS is teaming up with the Brantley County Family Connections to offer Teen Maze — all our 9th and 11th graders will participate.
We will also be conducting a writing test this week with a select group of students on Wednesday and Thursday — There will be a select group of 10th and 12th graders that will be participating in this testing.
This week at BCHS:
Monday: Teen Maze Community Night
Tuesday: Teen Maze – 9th graders
Wednesday: Teen Maze – 11th graders
Cross Country Region Meet -11:15 at Jeff Davis
Writing Field Test (REBW)
Thursday: Writing field test (REBW)
JV Football- Home to Pierce 5:00
Friday: Senior Night Football (6:30) — game against Liberty 7:30
Saturday: Competition Cheer – Swainsboro
The festivities of homecoming week were great and our students enjoyed the parade, pep rally, football game, dance, and then the alumni’s had a great time walking down memory lane on Saturday! Thanks to all those involved in this wonderful event!
This week our softball girls finished up their season with a first round playoff loss to Cook County. The girls played hard and just came up a little short. We are so proud of their efforts.
Our football team lost a nail-biter in the homecoming game — they had the ball deep in the red zone with an opportunity to tie the game and came up just short. The boys gave a valiant effort!
Our homecoming Queen and King were Mrs. Jordan Farrell and Mr. Garrett Jewitt — congrats to them and the rest of the homecoming court.
The FFA was in Perry – Great two days at the GA National Fair hog show. Mattie Davis 2nd in March Berks, Jude West 1st in March Other breeds and 2nd in April other breeds, Walker Gill 10th in March Yorks, Kaitlyn White 1st in class 4 Commercial gilts. Mattie 2nd in 10th grade showmanship, Jude 3rd in 9th grade showmanship, and Kaitlyn 7th in 7th grade showmanship and more to come tomorrow. #ThriftShowpigs, #Showtec, #GAnationalFair (I know we won more than this and will update the rest of our winnings next week!)
The band was in Thomson on Saturday – Here some results from today’s competition. Prelims: 1st place in class A in music, visual, percussion, color guard, drum major, and overall band. 1st place in the entire competition in drum major and color guard. The band was 3rd overall going into finals. Finals: 1st place overall in visuals, drum major, and color guard. Band was 3rd overall.
This week at BCHS:
Monday: Bus Driver Appreciation Day — we thank all of our bus drivers for their service and dedication.
Tuesday: Flu Shots for faculty
Wednesday: CTAE Compliance review
Thursday: Senior ORder Day 1 during lunches
Cross Country at Wayne – 4:30
JV Football at Wayne – 5:00
Friday: Varsity football at Appling – 7:30
Saturday: BCHS Cheer at Ware
OREMC Annual Event
Teen Maze Set up — Starts Monday Night
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This is a very special homecoming week as we commemorate the 50 year reunion! We are excited about the week ahead, which not only includes the typical homecoming festivities, the 50 year reunion additions, but also the first round of the softball players — our wonderul Lady Herons will compete on Wednesday at 3:00 and 5:00. This week also includes our annual career day on October 11, which will allow each grade level to participate in different activities to help them plan for the future! Also, our FFA will be competing at the state fair Friday-Sunday. We wish all those students good luck as they represent BCHS!!!
We are so proud of our competition cheer girls as they took him 1st place in their competition at Warner Robins this weekend! Way to represent ladies!!!
Career Day will include the following;
9th grade – YouScience – aptitude test
10th grade – PSAT
11th grade – Career Speakers
12th grade – Visit to Coastal Georgia College
Monday: No School
Tuesday: Character Dress Up Day
Wednesday: Career Day
Softball – First Round of playoffs away to Cook County (two games – 3:00 & 5:00)
Thursday: Country Club vs. Country Dress Up Day
Softball – game 3 if needed – 5:00
Pep Rally – 2:15 PM
50th Reunion – Parade – 5:30
Friday: Pink Out Dress up Day
Homecoming football game vs. Tattnall – 7:30
50th Reunion recognition – Pregame 7:05
Scholar Athlete – Pregame
Homecoming Dance – 9:00-12:30
FFA – Perry Fair
Saturday: 50 year reunion – afternoon
FFA – Perry Fair
Sunday: FFA – Perry Fair
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The previous week was great at BCHS! Our life skills class turned their classroom into a diner and served up some great spaghetti with all the sides… it was delicious! We had Senior Night for our softball girls on Monday, which included a 12-0 win over Charlton County and our softball players and parents recognized and made a donation to the Albritton Family from Folkston. On Friday, our softball girls dropped a double header to Pierce County, but will still play for 3rd or 4th place in the region and will start the state playoffs on October 11th.
JV football dropped a game to McIntosh Academy, but played well. Varsity football was off and the Cross Country team competed in Ware County. The competition cheerleaders improved their score approximately 16 points from their first to second competition.
The BCHS band competited in the Coffee Marching Invitational and won Best in Class and got all Superiors in each area! Great job BCHS Band!!!
The FFA had their boston butt and rib sale on Friday — if you missed out then you missed a huge treat! They were delicious!!!
Students were busy this weekend painting their parking spots (cheer fundraiser) and they turned out great.
Mattie Davis led the Jr. and Sr. FFA meat evaluation teams to a berth in the state competition!
We had a great turnout at See You At The Pole and Coach Mike McNeil did a wonderful job talking to the students about their walk!
Ms. Kaela Horne had her students creating HUMAN Market Equilbrium’s! The students were highly engaged and had a great time.
Mrs. Monica Ellis’s Spanish class turned into Pablo Picasso style artist this week!
Homecoming tickets go on sale Monday! Presale is $6 for singles and $8 for a couple.
*Huge thanks to Michaels Deli for donating food to our softball girls on Friday!! Your support is much appreciated!
Scholar Athletes from last week – Lauren Lee and Will Gibson
This week in Heron Nation:
Thursday: JV Football away to Charlton County – 5:00
Softball – Varsity – 3rd/4th place game for state playoffs
Cross Country – away to McIntosh Academy
Chorus Event – 6:30-7:30 – Lunchroom
Custodian Appreciation Day
Homecoming Dress up days – Color Wars
Friday: Varsity football away to Pierce County — 7:30 First Region Game
Homecoming Dress up days – Heron Spirit Days
Saturday: Competition Cheer at Warner Robins High School
Maintenance Appreciation Day
*No School on Monday — We DO have school on Tuesday!