Thursday, October 17, 2019

Friday, October 11, 2019

Homecoming Week- Get in the BE Spirit!


Homecoming Spirit Week – October 14th – 18th

Spirit Days – Everyone is encouraged to participate!
Monday-           NO SCHOOL
Tuesday-          15th – Blackout Day (wear all black)  REGULAR SCHEDULE DAY
*Wednesday -   16th – Tie-Dye and Sweatpants Day (wear a tie-dye shirt and sweatpants)
Thursday-         17th – Pink Day (wear as much pink as you can in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness                                         month)
Friday-             18th – Green and White Day, Spirit Assembly

Hall Decorating – NO CHALK on the walls
Seniors            – Main Lobby and Bus Hallway
Juniors             – The T and hallway to the new wing
Sophomores    – The Student Services hallway and 1st floor old wing
Freshmen         – Outside the auditorium and 1st floor new wing

Each section will be judged for creativity and school spirit on Friday.  Classes will receive spirit points

*On Wednesday, we will be asking seniors to wear their senior t-shirts because the Yearbook will be taking the class photo that day.

Spirit Assembly – Friday at 1:00 – 2:00pm 
Students and faculty/staff will compete in games for spirit points. Teams and clubs will be recognized.

Come ready to make noise and show your school spirit!
Sports teams will be called down to get seated between 12:40-12:45.
Students will be called down at the end of block 4 and seated in the sections with their class year.
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Bell Schedule for Friday
7:30-8:45 ....... Block 1
8:50-10:05 ..... Block 2
10:10-11:25 ... Block 3
11:30-12:50 ... Block 4 (No Block 5 Today)
11:30-11:50 ... Lunch A
12:05-12:25 ... Lunch B
12:30-12:50 ... Lunch C
1:00-2:00pm Afternoon Spirit Assembly
(Students who do not wish to attend the assembly may go to the library or MPR- or be dismissed – please bring a parent note into the main office in the am to have this happen.)

The Homecoming Dance is Saturday night from 7:00pm to 10:30pm in the gym.  Students must purchase their tickets in advance, as no tickets will be sold at the door.  Students are expected to dress up for the dance. 

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There is NO AM Voc on Wednesday, October 16th. 


Juniors should all report to the high school for PSAT testing and all Seniors should report at 7:30 for the Class Meeting and Breakfast

There is NO PM Voc for Juniors.  Juniors will be dismissed after testing* is complete. 

There IS PM Voc for Seniors.

*PSATs are statewide and both WRVC and PATHs are aware that this is a mandatory excused absence. You may not skip testing and drive yourself to voc. 

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Announcements 10/9/19




This is a reminder that the Math Team will be meeting right after school in room 310. Hope to see you there!



The annual Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 19th from 7:00-10:30. Tickets will be sold at all lunches starting Tuesday 19th. From the 8th to the 10th, tickets will be $10.00, while tickets on October 15th and 16th will be $12.00. On October 17th and 18th, tickets will cost $15.00 and no tickets will be sold at the door.  After school ticket sales will also be available in room 124. If you are bringing a  non-BEHS guest, you will need to complete and submit a form to administration. Also, the Junior class is looking for students to decorate their hallway during Homecoming spirit week. If this interests you, contact any of the Junior class officers or Mr. Cobleigh.
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The Student Council will be holding their annual fall American Red Cross blood drive on October 23rd. Because this is a late arrival day, the drive will be from 9:00am to 3:00pm. You must be 17 years old or 16 years old with parental permission to donate blood. 16 year old permission forms are in the office and there are some height and weight requirements. Please see Ms. Cyr in room 205 to schedule an appointment to donate. There is an urgent need for blood right now and every pint donated can help up to 3 people. Please consider donating at our drive.



To All AP Students: Students must pay 50% of exam ($47.00) unless you have a reduced fee or waiver by the end of first trimester. Please see Mrs. Spencer a the half door to pay (across from Student Services) or pay your teacher. Thank you and have a great day.

Parent / Teacher Conferences are coming!! Sign Up Now!




BEHS will hold Parent/Teacher Conferences on:
Thursday- October 17, 2019 
from 5 – 8 PM. 



Visit https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Bonny_Eagle_High_School to sign up.

Please note some teachers may be out of order.  If you need help, please contact Mrs. Goodale at tgoodale@bonnyeagle.org or 648-7806.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Announcements Wed- 9/25/19



Thursday's Schedule

Morning Vocational students will leave as usual.  NWEA's testing for Freshmen.

Thursday, Sept. 26
7:30 to 9:00 Testing in Advisory
 Math Exam: MATH 6+ Common Core 2010
Block 1 9:05 to 9:50 
Block 2 9:55 to 10:40 
Block 3 10:45 to 11:30 


Block 4 11:35 to 1:05 
Lunch A- 11:35 to 12:00
Lunch B- 12:10 to 12:35
Lunch C- 12:42 to 1:10
Block 5 1:10 to 2:00




The BEHS Drama Club will be hosting a flea market sale on October 12th.  We will be selling costumes, dresses, and other miscellaneous items at a reduced and reasonable cost.  If you know of someone who needs a costume for Halloween, or need an affordable dress this homecoming and prom season, or just want to go thrifting, stop by the back parking lot! Proceeds benefit the BEHS Drama Fund

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Announcements 9 17 19







Pep Band will meet Thursday and Friday after school from 2:15-3:15pm.

Jazz Band will meet on Tuesdays starting Sept. 17th from 2:15-3:15pm.


We will hold the ASVAB Testing here at BEHS on October 24th in the cafeteria from 7:30 to 11:00. If you know of any students (Juniors or Seniors) who are interested in military careers after high school encourage them to sign up. Students must register in student services by October 10th. We need to submit estimated numbers.




The York County Regional Fine Arts Program is a Gifted/Talented program. The RFA program is designed to offer advanced Fine Arts courses for high school students in areas of study that are not typically offered in the regular high school curriculum. The students work with a practicing professional in a challenging curriculum. RFA is an opportunity for students to get advanced training and insight from someone who makes his/her livelihood in the discipline. RFA offers classes in musical theater dance, instrumental jazz improve, improvisational theater, vocals, and oil painting.
**Auditions will be held from 2:15-4:00pm on Tuesday, September 24th in the auditorium. If you are interested in auditioning in one of these areas or would like more information please see Mr. Thomas.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Announcements 9/12/19





The annual Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 19th from 7:00-10:30, and the junior class is looking for students to help decorate our hallway and to find chaperones for the upcoming dance. Those who help us with this will be on our prom committee in the very near future, so if you want input on Prom 2020, now’s your chance to start helping us out. Join us after school briefly on a Tuesday or stop by Room 124 to find out the details. Information about tickets sales will follow shortly as we get closer to Homecoming, and we hope to see you all there.
 

Afternoon Vocational students will be served lunch in the cafeteria before you leave for VOC.



Civil Rights team is looking for dedicated and hardworking recruits. If you’re interested in helping our school environment please email Mrs. Hayden or visit her.



Pep band will meet Thursday and Friday after school from 2:15pm to 3:15pm.
Jazz band will meet on Tuesdays starting next week Sept. 17th from 2:15pm-3:15pm.



The first Student Council meeting will be next Tuesday, Sept. 17th at 9:45am in the MPR. Please make sure all home base reps are chosen today and their names forwarded to Ms. Cyr.