Happy Thanksgiving! Go Herons!

What a wonderful week we had at BCHS!!! The students are working hard in the classroom and our extra curricular activities/teams continue to show out in their areas! This week our FFA had a team win regionals and make it the the state competition, FBLA had students win awards (some 1st place), and both our basketball teams played hard again Wayne County!!

At the board meeting Monday night we were able to recognize a large group of students from softball, the band, and the FFA!! Go Herons!!

This week Mrs. Chesser set up the thank notes for teachers to write to each other and the administrative team decide to make that full scale and have the students do the same for their favorite teacher/coach! What a site that was to see them posted all around lunchroom!!!! On Thursday I challenged to teachers to eat lunch with their students to help build relationships beyond the classroom. That was truly amazing- students and teachers alike enjoyed talking and hanging out!

What a blessing our students are, as well as our faculty and staff!! The faculty and staff were given their notes from the students and staff as well as a staff T-shirt on Thursday afternoon!!

Please remember that we have just 12 days until EOC’s start! Please make sure your children are focusing on doing their best on the test. However, don’t put so much pressure on them that they cannot focus! Ultimately, we want them to do great on the test and we want our school test scores to be wonderful- but we don’t want that to overshadow the importance of students giving their all and simply doing the best they can do! We are proud of our Herons and are confident that the hard work they’ve put in this semester has prepared them for this challenge!

Thisweekat BCHS:

No school ALL week.

Monday: basketball at Jeff Davis (1:30- boys & 3:00- girls)

Tuesday: wrestling at Glynn (10:00)

Saturday: basketball (JV boys start at 4:15) others to follow

Herons – Nov. 13-18

We started off Monday morning with a celebration for a continued improvement in our CCRPI score with it moving nearly two points to 82.1 for the 2017 year. We were happy to have Mr. Cummings on campus as he was the Principal during the time of this score.

Our students have been working diligently in their classes and we are proud of all their hardwork. We sent home progress reports home on Friday — please be on the lookout for those.

On Wednesday we had College Spirit day and lots of our students and staff dressed to show support for their favorite college.

The basketball team opened with a scrimmage against Berrien County – the young Lady Herons lost, but had lots of positives from the game. The boys teams led by Jaylin and Pedro dominated a depleted Berrien team (football playoffs), and there were lots of positives as they put up a lot of points.

On Thursday, our faculty and staff had a big send off for our competition cheer girls as they left to compete at the state finals. I was lucky enough to be able to attend the state finals and watch them finish 14th in the state AAA competition. We are very proud of these girls and their coaches.

Our competition state meat evaluation team is in Athens today competing for a state title! Good luck to them!

BCHS HOSA finished second in their regional competition on Monday!

This week at BCHS:

Monday: End of Pathway Assessments- All week

Tuesday: Staff social – Thanksgiving Meal

Wednesday:

Thursday: JV & Varsity basketball at Wayne County 4:00 & 6:00

Thanksgiving lunch at school

Friday: Wrestling at Toombs County

Saturday: Basketball at Jeff Davis Tournament

Monday (Nov. 20): Basketball at Jeff Davis Tournament

BCHS- NOV 6-10

What a good week we had at BCHS!! Halloween day was a lot of fun- we passed out candy to our students and then were able to participate in the community Trunk or Treat! 

Our band finished their competition season with another first place in their division as well as many other accolades! 

The competition cheer team qualified for the state finals in Columbus next Friday! 

Our football team ended their season on a high note by beating Long County 34-8! 

The CTAE Advisory Committee met last week to discuss how we can continue to move forward and meet the needs of our employers! 

I want to encourage all parents to keep an eye on their students grades as we get closer to the end of the semester- as the Holidays get near things will get busier! Let us know if we can be of assistance or answer questions!!! 

Our basketball and wrestling teams have been in full force getting ready for their seasons! 

This week at BCHS: 

*Book fair this week! 

Monday– PBIS MEETING 

Tuesday– Medicaid Waiver with Mrs. Roxie Tumlin

Student Flu Shots (must have permission form)

Wednesday– COLLEGE SPIRIT DAY (Go Noles🍢🍢🍢)

Thursday: Basketball Scrimmage – 6:00- Home to Berrien County

Friday: state finals – competition cheerleading