Announcements

Announcements For March 27th, 2017

posted by Brooksie Kramer

Clubs

Did you know that leukemia is the most common cancer in children under 20 years old? Between now and Spring Break, help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fight for a cure by donating your spare change to the NHS Pasta for Pennies campaign. You can donate to an honor society member or in the library.

Congratulations to the Forensics team on their 6th place team finish at the 3A State Tournament on Saturday! Every member of the team qualified for the state championship round, the most in school history!
The team of Sarah Keen and Jarod Wigglesworth finished 3rd in the state in Serious Duo.
Bre Glover finished as the State Runner-Up in Storytelling.
And Brookville High School's newest STATE CHAMPION is Brianna Sahadak! She blew away the competition and was named the 3A State Champion in Dramatic Interpretation.
So Brookville students, do YOU want to become a State Champion too? If so, see Mr. Markey in room 316 and find out how you can join the Forensics team next year!
Congratulations Forensics team! We are so proud of you!

Key Club will meet tomorrow after school in the library. All members should plan to attend!

Announcements For March 23rd, 2017

posted Mar 23, 2017, 10:28 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Academics

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Campbell County Schools is pleased to announce a true Workforce Development partnership with English Construction. English Construction, like many companies, sees that their workforce is aging and wants to build interest with youth about careers in the construction field. They think that Campbell County Schools can help them build their future workforce.

June 19-June 23, 2017, Campbell County Schools and English Construction are partnering to offer a Heavy Equipment Training Program held at the Campbell County Technical Center. English Construction is providing the equipment and an instructor while Campbell County Schools is providing a Career and Technical Education Teacher to assist with the training.

The Heavy Equipment Training will include each student earning their OSHA 10 card (Safety Training) and how to properly use and maintain equipment like backhoes and bulldozers. The training lasts from 7:30am-1:00pm each day. At the end of the training program English Construction will offer paid internships for the remainder of the summer to the some trainees. This program could lead to full-time employment for those that are graduates. If you would like to hear more about careers in construction and this training program please stop by the School Counseling Office to sign up to attend a meeting during FLEX on March 28th. Come see where your talents may fit and learn about a great company and profession.

Athletics

The girls tennis team won against Amherst yesterday 8 - 0. Winners were in singles, #1 Kaitlyn Swan 8-2, #2 Sarah Light 8-2, #3 Natalia Karenen 8-2, #4 Lindsay Dunn 8-0, and #6 Clara Suh-Dee-Yo 8-1. In doubles, #1 Kaitlyn and Sarah won 8-4, #2 Natalia and Lindsay won 8-3, and #3 Bailey Livingston and Clara Suh-Dee-Yo won 8-2. The Bees remain undefeated!

Clubs

Did you know that leukemia is the most common cancer in children under 20 years old? Between now and Spring Break, help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fight for a cure by donating your spare change to the NHS Pasta for Pennies campaign. You can donate to an honor society member or in the library.

there is a mandatory meeting for all students going on the DC trip. The meeting is this Friday at 7:45 OR 2:55 in Mr. Scott's room. you must attend if going!

General

Beginning tomorrow if you ride Bus #74, you will start riding bus #156.

Announcements For March 22nd, 2017

posted Mar 22, 2017, 10:09 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Academics

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Campbell County Schools is pleased to announce a true Workforce Development partnership with English Construction. English Construction, like many companies, sees that their workforce is aging and wants to build interest with youth about careers in the construction field. They think that Campbell County Schools can help them build their future workforce.

June 19-June 23, 2017, Campbell County Schools and English Construction are partnering to offer a Heavy Equipment Training Program held at the Campbell County Technical Center. English Construction is providing the equipment and an instructor while Campbell County Schools is providing a Career and Technical Education Teacher to assist with the training.

The Heavy Equipment Training will include each student earning their OSHA 10 card (Safety Training) and how to properly use and maintain equipment like backhoes and bulldozers. The training lasts from 7:30am-1:00pm each day. At the end of the training program English Construction will offer paid internships for the remainder of the summer to the some trainees. This program could lead to full-time employment for those that are graduates. If you would like to hear more about careers in construction and this training program please stop by the School Counseling Office to sign up to attend a meeting during FLEX on March 28th. Come see where your talents may fit and learn about a great company and profession.

Athletics

The girls tennis team won against Amherst yesterday 8 - 0. Winners were in singles, #1 Kaitlyn Swan 8-2, #2 Sarah Light 8-2, #3 Natalia Karenen 8-2, #4 Lindsay Dunn 8-0, and #6 Clara Suh-Dee-Yo 8-1. In doubles, #1 Kaitlyn and Sarah won 8-4, #2 Natalia and Lindsay won 8-3, and #3 Bailey Livingston and Clara Suh-Dee-Yo won 8-2. The Bees remain undefeated!

Clubs

Did you know that leukemia is the most common cancer in children under 20 years old? Between now and Spring Break, help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fight for a cure by donating your spare change to the NHS Pasta for Pennies campaign. You can donate to an honor society member or in the library.

there is a mandatory meeting for all students going on the DC trip. The meeting is this Friday at 7:45 OR 2:55 in Mr. Scott's room. you must attend if going!

General

The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring. The girls ordering day will be on Tuesday March 21st during all lunches in the Front Lobby. The guys can place their orders on Wednesday March 22nd during all lunches in the front lobby. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday March 22nd after school until 6:15pm in the Front Lobby. A $50 deposit is requested to place an order. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.

Announcements For March 21st, 2017

posted Mar 21, 2017, 10:20 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Clubs

Did you know that leukemia is the most common cancer in children under 20 years old? Between now and Spring Break, help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fight for a cure by donating your spare change to the NHS Pasta for Pennies campaign. You can donate to an honor society member or in the library.

General

The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring. The girls ordering day will be on Tuesday March 21st during all lunches in the Front Lobby. The guys can place their orders on Wednesday March 22nd during all lunches in the front lobby. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday March 22nd after school until 6:15pm in the Front Lobby. A $50 deposit is requested to place an order. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.

The Jostens graduation representatives will be here on Wednesday, March 22nd during all lunches in the multi-purpose room to deliver & collect final balances for graduation items. Final balances must be paid during lunch with cash or money order as (No Personal Checks) will be accepted. Students can also pay online any time before Wednesday, March 22nd or call 1-800-JOSTENS. This is a one day delivery. 

Announcements For March 20th, 2017

posted Mar 20, 2017, 10:08 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Athletics

The girls tennis team won two back to back matches last week 9 to 0. Number 1 Kaitlyn Swan won 8-0 and 8-0, #2 Sarah Light 8-1 and 8-0, #3 Natalia Karenen 8-0 and 8-1, #4 Lindsay Dunn 8-1 and 8-0, #5 Thursday Bailey Livingston won 8-0, #6 then #5 Clara Cedillo won 8-2, 8-3, and freshman Erin McKown played #6 and won both her singles and doubles Friday 8-6. Go Bees!

Clubs

Congratulations to Jonathan Wingfield and Sarah Light on their outstanding performance at the Regional Debate tournament on Saturday! They both have qualified for the State Debate Championships in April! Way to go Debate Team!

General

The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring. The girls ordering day will be on Tuesday March 21st during all lunches in the Front Lobby. The guys can place their orders on Wednesday March 22nd during all lunches in the front lobby. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday March 22nd after school until 6:15pm in the Front Lobby. A $50 deposit is requested to place an order. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.

The Jostens graduation representatives will be here on Wednesday, March 22nd during all lunches in the multi-purpose room to deliver & collect final balances for graduation items. Final balances must be paid during lunch with cash or money order as (No Personal Checks) will be accepted. Students can also pay online any time before Wednesday, March 22nd or call 1-800-JOSTENS. This is a one day delivery.

Congratulations to all participants in the Pi Day Memorization Challenge in Mr. Markey's classes! Hannah Hartsook, William Martin, Brianna Sahadak, and Drew Walthall all recited over 100 digits of Pi correctly with Drew winning this year's championship by reciting 160 digits of Pi in order correctly! Even Mr. Alley recited 88 digits correctly! Thank you to all those who participated and happy Pi Day!

The Jostens graduation representatives will be here on Tuesday (3/21) and Wednesday (3/22) during all lunches in the multi-purpose room to deliver & collect final balances for graduation items. Final balances must be paid during lunch with cash or money order as (No Personal Checks) will be accepted. Students can also pay online any time before Tuesday, March 21st or call 1-800-JOSTENS. 

Announcements For March 16th, 2017

posted Mar 16, 2017, 10:22 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Clubs

All Seniors and Junior NHS members are reminded of our meeting right after school today in the library.

General

The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring. The girls ordering day will be on Tuesday March 21st during all lunches in the Front Lobby. The guys can place their orders on Wednesday March 22nd during all lunches in the front lobby. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday March 22nd after school until 6:15pm in the Front Lobby. A $50 deposit is requested to place an order. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.

The Jostens graduation representatives will be here on Wednesday, March 22nd during all lunches in the multi-purpose room to deliver & collect final balances for graduation items. Final balances must be paid during lunch with cash or money order as (No Personal Checks) will be accepted. Students can also pay online any time before Wednesday, March 22nd or call 1-800-JOSTENS. This is a one day delivery.

Bus 121 will be doing the route for 102 today. SO....if you ride bus 102, you will need to get on bus 121 today. 

Announcements For March 14th, 2017

posted Mar 14, 2017, 11:00 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Athletics

JV and V baseball will practice after school today.

General

The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring. The girls ordering day will be on Tuesday March 21st during all lunches in the Front Lobby. The guys can place their orders on Wednesday March 22nd during all lunches in the front lobby. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday March 22nd after school until 6:15pm in the Front Lobby. A $50 deposit is requested to place an order. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.

Announcements For March 13th, 2017

posted Mar 13, 2017, 10:39 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Academics

Over 400 students attended French convention this weekend in Richmond. Brookville had two competition winners: Zyaiah Harvey won 3rd place for singing a French song in French Idol. And Jaclyn Gieratz won first place in the dictation contest. Great job, Bees.

Clubs

Model United Nations will begin meeting after school in Miss Heagy's room today. Everyone will be a beginner, so come if you are interested and want to learn more. 

Spanish Club members: mark your calendars Wednesday, the 15th for our annual bowling trip! We will be at the Fort Hill Bowling Center 7-9 to bowl! Bring about $10-15 to pay for shoe rental and however many games you plan to play. See any Spanish teacher to RSVP!

Model United Nations will begin meeting after school in Miss Heagy's room on Monday, March 13. Everyone will be a beginner, so come if you are interested and want to learn more.

General

This week, March 6-10 in National School Breakfast Week. Breakfast will be free for all students. Come by to grab cereal, bagels, donuts, pancakes, juice, fruit, and milk!

ATTENTION SENIORS! Class of 2017 T-shirts are now on sale until Monday, March 13th! The cost is $10, payable by cash or checks made out to BHS. No late orders will be accepted! You can order you shirt before or after school in Mr. Markey's room 316 or during all 3 lunches in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Mr. Markey.

Snapchats don’t last forever but yearbooks do! Get yours today in room 112 for $55. They will be on sale until spring break. 

Announcements For March 10, 2017

posted Mar 10, 2017, 10:32 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Clubs

Model United Nations will begin meeting after school in Miss Heagy's room on Monday, March 13. Everyone will be a beginner, so come if you are interested and want to learn more. 

Spanish Club members: mark your calendars Wednesday, the 15th for our annual bowling trip! We will be at the Fort Hill Bowling Center 7-9 to bowl! Bring about $10-15 to pay for shoe rental and however many games you plan to play. See any Spanish teacher to RSVP!

Model United Nations will begin meeting after school in Miss Heagy's room on Monday, March 13. Everyone will be a beginner, so come if you are interested and want to learn more.

General

This week, March 6-10 in National School Breakfast Week. Breakfast will be free for all students. Come by to grab cereal, bagels, donuts, pancakes, juice, fruit, and milk!ATTENTION SENIORS! Class of 2017 T-shirts are now on sale until Monday, March 13th! The cost is $10, payable by cash or checks made out to BHS. No late orders will be accepted! You can order you shirt before or after school in Mr. Markey's room 316 or during all 3 lunches in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Mr. Markey.

Snapchats don’t last forever but yearbooks do! Get yours today in room 112 for $55. They will be on sale until spring break. 

Announcements For March 6th, 2017

posted Mar 6, 2017, 10:07 AM by Brooksie Kramer

Academics

Congratulations to the Band program for their performance at district VI concert assessment this past Friday. Concert band received an excellent rating and Symphonic band received the highest overall rating superior. With this rating by symphonic band the program earns Honor Band distinction for the 2nd year in a row and third time in 4 years. Way to go band!

General

This week, March 6-10 in National School Breakfast Week. Breakfast will be free for all students. Come by to grab cereal, bagels, donuts, pancakes, juice, fruit, and milk!

ATTENTION SENIORS! Class of 2017 T-shirts are now on sale until Monday, March 13th! The cost is $10, payable by cash or checks made out to BHS. No late orders will be accepted! You can order you shirt before or after school in Mr. Markey's room 316 or during all 3 lunches in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Mr. Markey.

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