Have you been told you talk too much? Well, time to put that skill to the test! The Speech and Debate Team will be having their first meeting of the year tonight, at 3:30pm in Room D105. Stop by to see all the different events we offer, what the travel schedule looks like, and see if you have what it takes to be the next National Qualifier from Bettendorf High School. Hope to see you there!
If you are considering a career in Nursing you should plan to attend an open house tonight at Scott Community College. From 4p-6p staff members and current students will give tours around the college's new nursing labs and share vital information about the growing career field.
Are you interested in attending a once a month Pride session that is fun, casual, and focused on building healthy intimate relationships? Bethany Family Services will run these sessions and usually provides snacks! Those interested, email Mrs. Hilton-Cullum or Mrs. Cole.
The blood drive is coming up on Tuesday, September 17th. Each donation given helps three or more patients in need of blood. Everyone who donates will receive a free t-shirt and be entered in a raffle. Sign up in the nurse's office, attendance office, or with a member of NHS. You must be at least 16 years old and 110 lbs. in order to donate. 16 year olds need to get a parental consent form from Mrs. Farmer in Room D301. Thanks for helping save a life!
We are looking for more members for this year's band for Audio Intensity and Surround Sound. If you are interested in joining a 15-20 piece band that plays rock, pop, jazz, musical theater and about any other style you can think of we would love for you to come learn more! Unless you are a returning member, you must attend an informational meeting after school on Monday, September 16th or email Mrs. Cooper.
Hey Bulldog Fans!! We need your support tonight on the volleyball court as we take on a tough North Scott team. Come on our and cheer on the Bulldogs. It's sure to be an exciting night of volleyball action. Games begin at 5:00 and 6:45.
Tomorrow we will observe the 18th year anniversary of the terrorist attacks known as 9/11 or Patriot's Day. For us as teenagers, this is not an event you experienced personally but many of your family members, teachers, and other people you know lived through the attack and all that followed. As we near September 11th, we encourage you to ask your parents and other adults about their 9/11 memories and the changes they have seen in the last 18 years. Listen carefully to their stories and try to put yourself in their place, a situation we hope you never have to endure.
Tomorrow, at BHS we will be recognizing Good Deeds Day- a day of charitable engagement. You are encouraged to consider intentionally doing a good deed for someone else on Wednesday. Good deeds can be as simple as giving someone a ride, reading to a small child, sending a thoughtful note, or picking up trash in your neighborhood or on campus. You can send a thank you note to a first responded (firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical technicians), donate books/toys to a shelter or Good Deed Day is a positive and constructive way to annually remember and pay tribute to those killed or injured on 9/11. Feel free to use #911Day or #bettpride to share your good deed.