Back-to-School Night Information

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    Thursday, September 13th, 7:00 PM

    The High School is off to a great start and now it is time for our parents to join us for a wonderful evening of sharing!  Back-To-School Night is an opportunity to meet the teachers, see the classrooms, and learn about our exciting technology and curriculum.  I strongly encourage every parent to attend.

    The intent of Back-To-School Night is to experience your child’s school day and familiarize yourself with our wonderful staff and facilities.  While we always welcome opportunities for our teachers to meet one-on-one with parents, this evening does not lend itself to individual parent conferences.  Back-To-School Night is designed to allow a large number of parents a glimpse of what we do in our classes and is not conducive to private conversations.  We do, however, offer the opportunity to speak one-on-one with a teacher at our Parent Teacher Conferences, which are scheduled for Thursday, November 1, 2018.  More information on Parent Teacher Conferences will come in future communications.

    During Back-To-School Night, when you do not have scheduled classes, we encourage you to visit any of the following:

    Special Education/Support Services/Administrative Wing

    Library Media Center

    Main Level Hallway Commons Area

    Maps will be available at the high school. The room numbering system denotes the geographical area.  Thus, "E" denotes east; "W" denotes west; "N" denotes north; "S" denotes south; and "C" denotes central.

    I look forward to seeing all of you on Thursday evening, September 13th!

    Steve McWilliams, Principal

    PARENTS OF FRESHMEN

    Parents with a Freshman, meet with your student's Advisory Teacher during the designated Advisory/Lunch time. Refer to your student’s schedule for room assignment.

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    BHS WELCOMES NEW COLLEAGUES!

    Kelly Allen, Science
    Alexandra Bauer, Student Services
    Bradley Der, Mathematics
    Alex Diesbergen, Social Studies
    Katherine Filosa, English
    Gregory Hamann, Special Services 
    Caity Kania, Fine Arts
    Kelsey Havell, Special Services
    Cherie Kolder, Science
    Christopher Lewandowski, Special Services
    Amy Peters, Science
    Patricia Radke, Student Services
    Katelyn Reyes, Physical Education
    Lauren Schaefer, Family & Consumer Science
    Gayle Schikman, Special Services
    Jeffrey Spella, Digital Age Learning
    Agata Trzaska, Special Services
    Lauren Vogg, Family & Consumer Science
    Yang Yang, World Language