Student vehicles parked in the numbered spots in North & South parking lot for staff will receive parking tickets starting this week.
Congratulations to Some Spike it Hot for winning the coed volleyball tournament. The team comprised of Grace Erpelding, Emma Johnson, Jordan Ratigan, Nick Ratigan, Alyssa Perales, and Lita Solbrig. Also great job to the runner up Good Volley Miss Molly. Thank you to all who participated.
Attention current sophomore and junior football players, check your e-mail for sign up times for equipment fitting for the 2018 football season. You should find an e-mail from Mr. Knudson with instructions to follow to sign up for your measurement time. Measurements and fittings start Monday 16th. Sign up today!
The 18-19 Golduster dance team tryout sheet is now available in the activities office. Tryouts will be held the week of April 23rd. To find out more information stop down to activities.
If you are wishing to invite a non-BHS student to attend PROM you must complete a PROM guest form which you may pick up in the Main Office! The completed form MUST be completed along with a copy of the guest's driver's license and turned into the Main Office by 4PM Wednesday, May 2nd. Please note: We will not be able to fax or accept a fax from another school.
Attention all girls interested in trying out for softball this year: Stop by the activities office and sign up before the end of the day on Friday, April 20th. Tryouts begin on Monday, May 7th. All interested athletes will need a current physical on file before the season begins.
The Blood Drive is coming up on May 8th. Sign up with a Stuco member or in the nurse's office.
The environmental club will be selling May Day Flowers to be delivered on May 1st. Flower Grams will cost $2. Stop by the commons before or after school this week (April 16-20) to bring a little spring cheer to someone! You can also order Flower Grams through Mrs. Sharp in C300. All proceeds will go to support endangered animals through the World Wildlife Fund.
Due to the shortage in the workforce, both the Carpenters' and Laborers' Unions are now allowing 18 year old students to join the union and to begin working prior to graduation. Thursday, April 19th representatives from both Unions will be in the Commons for PRIDE. Please sign up for "Union speakers" PRIDE session.
French Club meets Friday (4/20) after school in Ms. Conrad's room to finish the film The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec. All are welcome. Please bring treats to share!
"Make Your Mark" Week is here and there is an event each day! Today starts our week-long scavenger hunt. The riddle for each day will be posted in the daily announcements and on the @u_bett Twitter each morning at 8:15 am. Follow the clue to the riddled-teacher and find the miniature bulldog in their room! Turn in the bulldog to Mrs. Hansen and receive a prize! Tomorrow is Tribute Tuesday! Tell a friend or staff member how much they mean to you and use the #bulldoglove to show your appreciation to others on Twitter. Wednesday is our school wide “Meme Competition!” Submit a personalized and appropriate meme relating to BHS to the Student Council Gmail or to Mrs. Hansen in person. The winner will be posted on the @u_bett Twitter and will receive a prize! On Thursday, sign up for the PRIDE session in Mrs. Hansen’s room for a Trivia tournament on past leaders who have made their mark! To mark the end of the week, go all out in Black & Gold to embrace school spirit!
Today’s riddle for the scavenger hunt is…
The guy of x & y, whose mother is near his side. He teaches I & II of this kind.
The first person being showcased for “making their mark” in our school is Mr. Hopkins. He teaches Spanish and is very involved with student activities! He advises multiple extracurricular activities, including Spanish Club, LGBTQ+ Club, Scholastic Bowl, the Spanish trip, and volunteers in many student-run activities. He strives to help students to further their development. He displays humor, compassion, and dedication to all students that come his way, demonstrating clear characteristics of “making his mark” in our school and community.