Bi-District One-Act Play competition
Thursday, March 23rd at NCTC
Report Cards for the 3rd grading period
Handed to students on Wednesday, March 22nd
Band Concert / Sightreading competition
Thursday, March 23rd at Princeton High School
UIL Academic Competion
Friday, March 24th at Grayson County College (Van Alstyne)
Speaking events on Friday, March 31st at Era High School
English I EOC exam – March 28th at 8am
English II EOC exam – March 30th at 8am
Prom at Denison Country Club – Saturday, April 8th at 7:30 pm
Girl’s Cross Country – Regional qualifiers for the 2nd straight year
Band – Superior (1) Rating at UIL competition, 9 students advanced to state in solo & ensemble
Volleyball – Regional Quarter Finalists for 2nd straight year
Football – Bi-District qualifiers for 3rd straight year
FFA – District Sweepstakes winner, 6 teams advance to Area competition, 4 teams advanced to state competition, Sr Chap (3rd in state), Jr Chap (4th in state), Jr Creed (8th in state)
Cheerleading – Placed 8th in the UIL state competition
Girl’s basketball – 3rd straight district championship, regional quarter finalists
Boy’s basketball – bi-district qualifiers for the second straight year
Powerlifting – 2 guys and 2 girls qualified for the regional competion, 2 girls qualified for the state competition, 1 guy qualified for the state competition
BETA – Tyler Van Duser is the state BETA club president, Victoria Azevedo qualified for nationals in Recyclable Art and Drew Shaw qualified for nationals in agriculture
OAP – Placed 3rd in the district competition and advanced to the bi-district round
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet every Friday morning at 7:30am
in the old gym. All are welcome.
B.Y.O.D. (Bring Your Own Device) at BHS
We want to prepare our students for future success in college and career through 21st Century learning. This is why students at BHS can choose to bring and use their own laptops and other wireless devices in our classrooms and on our campus for instructional purposes. The students pictured here are meeting in the BHS Commons during school and are using their own laptop computers to complete classwork. Bringing their own devices promotes student responsiblity and the use of 21st Century tools for learning, sharing, and collaborating at school and at home.
Reporting Procedures for Bullying
To obtain assistance and intervention, any student who believes that he or she has experience bullying or believes that another student has experienced bullying should immediately report the alleged acts to a teacher, counselor, principal, or other District employee. Please see BELLS ISD POLICY FFI (LOCAL)