Bearcat Daily Bulletin
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 2023- STUDENTS RELEASED AT 2:30 PM
Friday. March 10th– Minimum Day; 12:50 PM Dismissal
HONOR ROLL- if you have not received your honor roll award, please see Ms. Ashlie at the front desk during break or lunch. All awards not picked up by the end of the week will be distributed to classrooms.
SENIORS- If you completed the application for Citrus College, the next step is ORIENTATION taking place FRIDAY, MARCH 17th in the BHS Library! Workshops will take place during 7th period (for students with an open 7th) AND after school (from 3:30-4:30pm) Please bring your laptop/Chromebook to this workshop. If you have any questions, please see your counselor.
MINIMUM DAY- on Friday, March 10th. Students will be dismissed at 12:50 PM.
D STREET DANCE CLINIC- is hosting the “D Street Junior” dance clinic on Saturday March 18th for ages 4 through junior high. And new this year will also be a “D Street Senior” dance clinic for parents and alumni! Participants have the opportunity to perform at the D Street Dance Concert on March 22nd. Follow D Street on Instagram for more information on how to sign up or get tickets to the show.
STUDENTS AND PARENTS – PTSA’s Nominating Committee are busy looking to fill all Executive Board Positions for the 2023-2024 school year. We are still in need of a President, Ways & Means, and a Historian. If you are a student, parent, or guardian and you are interested or have any questions please email Selina Garcia at email@example.com.
ASB AND CLASS COUNCIL– Are you interested in joining ASB or Class Council for the 2023-2024 school year? There was an informational meeting last week. If you missed it and would like to apply, come to the ASB room. Applications are due on Friday, March 10th.
SPRING PARENT CONFERENCES- will be held on Thursday, March 9th from 5pm to 7pm. Conferences will be held on Zoom. Parents can schedule an appointment with one or more teachers by using the link below.
There are a limited number of conferences available. As a result, conferences should be scheduled with teachers where there is a concern in the class. If you are unable to make an appointment, please reach out to the individual teacher to set a conference.
NO DROP OFF IN STAFF PARKING- Please help us keep our students and campus safe by not picking up, dropping off, or parking in the staff parking lot. This applies to before and after school as well. Spaces are assigned and disrupt the work day for faculty and staff when spaces are taken or occupied. Also, cars going through that lot pose a safety concern for our campus. Students that are picked up, dropped off, parking, or grabbing items from the staff lot will receive a detention.
SENIORS- BHS Seniors are invited to Disney’s Grad Nite. Buy your ticket to join in the fun at Disneyland/ CA Adventure/ Disney’s Grad Nite After Party. (Limited tickets) Date: Wednesday, June 14th from 9:00 am– Thursday, June 15th at 3:00 am. Cost $199. For more information contact Mrs. K. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Grad nite tickets will be on sale during lunch in front of the attendance windows every Thursday through the month of March. This activity is NOT sponsored by the school or the district. It is run by a parent organization.
STUDENTS- if you need Free Tax Help, the accounting students can help. See Mrs. Sekhri in Room 906. Ask about Free Tax Help through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program sponsored by the IRS.
NO DROP OFFS- As a reminder, we do not allow any Student item drop offs. This includes food services (Uber Eats, Door Dash, ect.). If you need to exchange something with your Student (Guardian or Emergency Contact in Aries), please let your student know ahead of time or via text to meet you in the main office. We are not able to call classrooms to remind Students to come up for drop offs or call them out of class. When coming in to exchange, please enter from the main office doors off of D Street. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. This allows us to keep our campus safe during the school day for all Students.
LUNCH IN STUDENT PARKING LOT– is NOT permitted. Students are not allowed to loiter, mingle, eat lunch and set out chairs in the parking lot at lunch so that we may maintain the safety of everyone.
Please check back for more BHS athletic news!
LIBRARY- The Library is promoting unity and diversity by celebrating “Authors of Color” and “Fantastic Females” throughout the month of March. The two displays featured over 300 books! Authors have different backgrounds and different stories, but we can learn something from each and every one of them. Come check them out and find a voice you love.
“BHS CAREER CENTER
ALL BHS STUDENTS & FAMILIES- BHS will be hosting a Career and Community Resources FAIR on Monday March 20th from 5-7pm in the BHS GYM!! Are you looking for a Job? Are you interested in Summer Internships, Enrichment Programs, Getting Involved within your Community as a Volunteer? Additionally, do you want to learn about Majors or Career Training Programs that will prepare you for Future Careers? RSVP HERE TO SAVE YOUR SPOT!! https://forms.gle/d6snJ9L6iHGNFpY36
The ASVAB results are in! There will be a score interpretation meeting on March 8th during 6th period in the library.
A representative from the Marines will be here on March 9th during lunch and intervention to talk about ASVAB scores for the military as well as scholarship opportunities.
More information is available in the Career Center.
Please check out the new newsletter for the BHS Career Center! Scholarship Newsletter: https://tinyurl.com/BonitaScholar
SENIORS- the La Verne Chamber of Commerce is offering multiple scholarships up to $500 each. This is for all graduating seniors whose primary residence is in La Verne, CA or attend school in La Verne, CA. Click on the link for all the details and the application. 2023 Scholarship App