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May 2021 Announcements

posted May 3, 2021, 5:05 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated ]

May 13th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • The girls tennis team lost to Liberty but Monica Dang and Paige Witt won their doubles match 8-5. The boys tennis team defeated Liberty. Standout wins came from Jacob Dickey winning #2 singles at 8-0 and Levi Wellman winning #1 singles at 8-2. The winning combo of Dickey and Wellman won at #1 doubles 8-1. Other close matches helped the Bees to victory.
  • Good luck today to the boys soccer teams as they play at Liberty (JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00). Good luck tomorrow to the tennis teams, JV and varsity softball, varsity baseball, and the varsity girls soccer team. And good luck today to those taking their Reading SOL...do your best! We are very proud of your hard work! Go Bees!

May 12th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • Brookville’s Got Talent will be happening on Saturday, May 22nd at 7:30pm! Anyone interested in trying out for this amazing talent show needs to submit an audition video of your talent to Mrs. Emanuel by email by Wednesday May 12th at 5pm. First prize is $100 and second prize is $50, so make sure to see Mrs. Emanuel if you have any questions!
  • Good luck today to the tennis teams as they play Liberty and to the track team in their meet at Rustburg.. And good luck today to those taking their Reading SOL...do your best! We are very proud of your hard work! Go Bees!

May 11th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • Brookville’s Got Talent will be happening on Saturday, May 22nd at 7:30pm! Anyone interested in trying out for this amazing talent show needs to submit an audition video of your talent to Mrs. Emanuel by email by Wednesday May 12th at 5pm. First prize is $100 and second prize is $50, so make sure to see Mrs. Emanuel if you have any questions!
  • Good luck today to girls soccer teams as they play at LCA (JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00) and to the varsity softball and baseball teams as they take on Amherst here in the Hive at 6:00 tonight. And good luck today to those taking their WISE test...do your best! We are very proud of your hard work! Go Bees!

May 10th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • Brookville’s Got Talent will be happening on Saturday, May 22nd at 7:30pm! Anyone interested in trying out for this amazing talent show needs to submit an audition video of your talent to Mrs. Emanuel by email by Wednesday May 12th at 5pm. First prize is $100 and second prize is $50, so make sure to see Mrs. Emanuel if you have any questions!
  • Good luck today to the tennis teams as they compete against LCA starting at 4:30, girls away and boys at home. Good luck as well to the JV baseball and softball teams as they compete at Amherst starting at 6:00. Finally, good luck today to those taking their Wise Test...do your best! We’re proud of your hard work! Go Bees!

May 6th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • Brookville’s Got Talent will be happening on Saturday, May 22nd at 7:30pm! Anyone interested in trying out for this amazing talent show needs to submit an audition video of your talent to Mrs. Emanuel by email by Wednesday May 12th at 5pm. First prize is $100 and second prize is $50, so make sure to see Mrs. Emanuel if you have any questions!
  • Good luck today to the girls soccer teams as they play Amherst here in the Hive (JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00), the JV softball team as they play at Liberty at 6:00, and the JV baseball team as they travel to Amherst and play at 6:00. Good luck tomorrow to the tennis team, boys soccer teams, and varsity baseball and softball teams, and also to the track team as they have a meet here at BHS on Saturday. Go Bees!

May 5th:    
  • Students - get excited - yearbooks are on their way to BHS! Online yearbook order sales will end on May 17 - there are only 50 copies left for sale so order yours while you can! Go to room 112 for more details.
  • Brookville’s Got Talent will be happening on Saturday, May 22nd at 7:30pm! Anyone interested in trying out for this amazing talent show needs to submit an audition video of your talent to Mrs. Emanuel by email by Wednesday May 12th at 5pm. First prize is $100 and second prize is $50, so make sure to see Mrs. Emanuel if you have any questions!
  • Good luck to the tennis team as they play JF at 4:30 today, girls are at home and boys are on the road and to the track team as they compete at Liberty at 5:30. Go Bees!

May 4th:    
  • This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, so make sure to thank a teacher this week for all their hard work they do for you the students!
  • If you haven’t gotten a chance to see Mamma Mia yet, there will be one more show TONIGHT (Tuesday) at 7:30pm! Don’t miss out on this amazing show and cast! See Mrs. Emanuel for ticket details.
  • If anyone who did not play football last year is interested in playing this Fall, please see Coach Meeks in Lab 201 as soon as possible for more information.
  • Good luck to the varsity baseball and softball teams as they play LCA here in the Hive at 6:00 tonight. Go Bees!

May 3rd:    
  • This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, so make sure to thank a teacher this week for all their hard work they do for you the students!
  • If you haven’t gotten a chance to see Mamma Mia yet, there will be one more show tomorrow night at 7:30pm! Don’t miss out on this amazing show and cast! See Mrs. Emanuel for ticket details.
  • If anyone who did not play football last year is interested in playing this Fall, please see Coach Meeks in Lab 201 as soon as possible for more information.
  • The boys tennis team lost to Heritage Friday but Chris Brewer won his #5 singles match 8-6. The girls tennis team lost a tough match to Heritage as well Friday but Monica won her #5 singles match 8-4. Good job, Monica and Chris. Go Bees!
  • Good luck to the boys soccer teams as they travel to Amherst and to the JV baseball and softball teams as they travel to LCA. Go Bees!

April 2021 Announcements

posted Apr 1, 2021, 4:37 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Apr 29, 2021, 4:38 AM ]

April 29th:    
  • If anyone who did not play football last year is interested in playing this Fall, please see Coach Meeks in Lab 201 as soon as possible for more information.
  • The girls tennis team lost to Amherst 6-3 but winners were, in Singles, Tori Yancy 8-6, and Ayrie Kidd with a nail-biter tie breaker 9-8 (9-7) and in doubles Monica Dang and Paige Witt won 8-4.
  • Good luck to the track team at their meet at E.C. Glass today, the JV softball and baseball teams as they travel to Rustburg, and to the cast of Mamma Mia the Musical as they start shows today and finish on Monday! Shows are at 7:30pm each night and you can e-mail Mrs. Emanuel if you want to buy tickets, they are $10 each. Go Bees!

April 28th:    
  • Students, please check your email for a form to complete by this afternoon to have a chance to win a gift card or prize! This was sent to you last week by Mr. Markey.
  • Good luck to the tennis teams as they take on Amherst today. Matches start at 4:30. Also, good luck this weekend to the cast of Mamma Mia the Musical as they start shows this Thursday and finish on Monday! Shows are at 7:30pm each night and you can e-mail Mrs. Emanuel if you want to buy tickets, they are $10 each. Go Bees!

April 27th:    
  • Students, please check your email for a form to complete by Wednesday to have a chance to win a gift card or prize! This was sent to you last week by Mr. Markey.
  • The boys tennis team defeated Liberty last night 6-3. Winners were: Jacob Dickey 8-5, Levi Wellman 8-0, Jesse Lai 8-5 and Ben Surrat with a forfeit. In doubles, Jacob and Levi won 8-5 and Chris Brewer and Ben Surrat won with a forfeit. The Bees are now 1-1.

April 26th:    
  • Students, please check your email for a form to complete by Wednesday to have a chance to win a gift card or prize! This was sent to you last week by Mr. Markey.
  • Good luck to the tennis team as they play Liberty High School, boys at home and girls on the road. Matches start at 4:30. Go Bees!

April 22nd:    
  • Students, as we are moving closer to the end of the school year, it is important to finish strong and keep up with your work! So make sure that you continue to ask for help from teachers as you need it!
  • Good luck to the Tennis teams today as they take on LCA, girls at home and boys on the road. All matches start at 4:30pm. Good luck also on Friday and Saturday to Ian Keen as he competes in the Division 3 Debate State Championships! Go Bees!

April 21st:    
  • Students, as we are moving closer to the end of the school year, it is important to finish strong and keep up with your work! So make sure that you continue to ask for help from teachers as you need it!
  • Good luck on Friday and Saturday to Ian Keen as he competes in the Division 3 Debate State Championships! Go Bees!

April 20th:    
  • Students, as we are moving closer to the end of the school year, it is important to finish strong and keep up with your work! So make sure that you continue to ask for help from teachers as you need it!
  • The winner of our Spring Break Tic-Tac-Toe prize is Joshua Stitt! Thank you for all those who participated and keep up the great work!
  • Congratulations to the competition cheerleaders on their 3rd place finish at the division 3 State Championships this weekend! Way to go Bees!

April 19th:    
  • Students, as we are moving closer to the end of the school year, it is important to finish strong and keep up with your work! So make sure that you continue to ask for help from teachers as you need it!
  • The winner of our Spring Break Tic-Tac-Toe prize is Joshua Stitt! Thank you for all those who participated and keep up the great work!
  • Congratulations to the competition cheerleaders on their 3rd place finish at the division 3 State Championships this weekend! Way to go Bees!

April 15th:    
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • Good luck this Saturday to the Competition Cheerleaders as they compete at the Division 3 State Championships at William Fleming High School! Go get those rings, ladies!

April 14th:    
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • The golf team placed well at Regionals on Monday just short of making it to state. David Wesolowski and Kaden Fus each shot an 88. And Jared Skinner pulled a personal best with an impressive 81. Coach Turner is proud.

    And don't forget, tennis practice is today from 2:30 till 4:30. Leave on the 2nd afternoon bell.

  • Good luck this Saturday to the Competition Cheerleaders as they compete at the Division 3 State Championships at William Fleming High School! Go get those rings, ladies!

April 13th:    
  • Welcome back! We hope everyone had a great Spring Break! A reminder that your Spring Break Tic-Tac-Toe is due today by 3pm to Mr. Markey. Check your school email for details.
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • The golf team placed well at Regionals on Monday just short of making it to state. David Wesolowski and Kaden Fus each shot an 88. And Jared Skinner pulled a personal best with an impressive 81. Coach Turner is proud.

    And don't forget, tennis practice is today from 2:30 till 4:30. Leave on the 2nd afternoon bell.

  • Congratulations to the competition cheer team as they became the Region 3C Champions this past weekend! They will be moving on to States on Saturday. Congratulations also to the Debate Team as they placed 3rd in Super Regionals with Ian Keen placing 2nd in Student Congress and a great showing by Jacob Cantrell in Lincoln- Douglas. Way to go Bees!

April 12th:    
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • The golf team came in a close 3rd at the Regional qualifier last week. Maxx Newman had a personal best with a 101. Advancing to Regionals as individuals are Jared Skinner with a 92, David Wesolowski with a steady 88 and freshman Kaden Fus who, with 2 birdies, qualified for the first time with an 88. Go Bees!!!
  • Softball tryouts are today and tomorrow from 3 to 5:30. You must have a VHSL physical already on file, or you must turn one in before tryouts start.
  • Congratulations to the competition cheer team as they became the Region 3C Champions this past weekend! They will be moving on to States on Saturday. Congratulations also to the Debate Team as they placed 3rd in Super Regionals with Ian Keen placing 2nd in Student Congress and a great showing by Jacob Cantrell in Lincoln- Douglas. Way to go Bees!

April 5th - 8th: SPRING BREAK, NO ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 1:    
  • Students, next week is Spring Break and a time to recharge and take care of yourself! So watch your email later this week for a Self Care Tic-Tac-Toe activity that you can complete over Spring Break and have a chance to win a gift card or prize!
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be today and tomorrow (Friday April 2nd.)   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches today and from 11-2 tomorrow (Friday April 2nd.)  There will also be a family night ordering session today after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • Congratulations to the Volleyball team on their 3-0 victory over Heritage last night for Senior Night!
  • Good luck today to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they travel to Amherst. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00, the golf team as they play at Winton golf course in the Region Qualifier at 1:00, the JV football team as they play at Heritage at 6:00, and the competition cheer team as they compete in the Region Qualifier at Rustburg at 7:00. Good luck tomorrow to the varsity football team as they take on JF here in the Hive for Senior Night at 7:00. Go Bees!

March 2021 Announcements

posted Mar 1, 2021, 4:54 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Mar 31, 2021, 4:44 AM ]

March 31st:    
  • Students, next week is Spring Break and a time to recharge and take care of yourself! So watch your email later this week for a Self Care Tic-Tac-Toe activity that you can complete over Spring Break and have a chance to win a gift card or prize!
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be Thursday April 1st and Friday April 2nd.   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches on Thursday April 1st and from 11-2 on Friday April 2nd.  There will also be a family night ordering session on Thursday April 1st after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • Good luck today to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they take on Heritage here in the Hive for Senior Night. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00. Good luck to the golf team as they play at London Downs at 4:30 and to the cross country team as they compete at Sweet Briar College at 5:00. Go Bees!

March 30th:    
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be Thursday April 1st and Friday April 2nd.   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches on Thursday April 1st and from 11-2 on Friday April 2nd.  There will also be a family night ordering session on Thursday April 1st after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • Any boy or girl interested in playing on the tennis team. There was a meeting this morning in Mrs. Turner's room. Please get a physical by April 12th. If you didn’t make it to the meeting, please stop in and see Mrs. Turner during school today.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Football team on their 49-8 victory over Rustburg on Friday night. They are now 5-0 and will face Jefferson Forest this Friday here in the Hive for Senior Night! Congratulations on Saturday to the Forensics team on their 5th place overall finish at the State Championships. Jessie Blanks was named State Runner-Up in Prose Interpretation and Nick Sahadak was named State Champion in Dramatic Interpretation! Finally, congratulations to the ladies who competed in the Miss Brookville Pageant on Saturday. 2nd runner-up is Emily Fanney, 1st runner-up is Jadyn Talley, and Miss Brookville 2021 is Melanie Bowling. Congratulations to everyone this weekend and continuing the Tradition of Excellence here at Brookville!
  • The golf team came in 2nd yesterday at Hat Creek falling to JF but defeating LCA and Rustburg. Top scorers were Jared Skinner and David Wesolowski each with 43, Kaden Fus with a 51, and Maxx Newman with a 52. Way to go Bees!
  • Good luck today to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they take on Liberty here in the Hive. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00. Go Bees!

March 29th:    
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be Thursday April 1st and Friday April 2nd.   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches on Thursday April 1st and from 11-2 on Friday April 2nd.  There will also be a family night ordering session on Thursday April 1st after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Students - yearbooks are in the process of being published and will be distributed on May 24! If you still do not have a copy make sure to order yours ASAP - there is no guarantee there will be leftover books on distribution day. See Mrs. Brumfield to purchase yours today.
  • Any boy or girl interested in playing on the tennis team. There was a meeting this morning and there will be a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45AM in Mrs. Turner's room. Please get a physical by April 12th. If you cannot make either meeting, please stop in and see Mrs. Turner during school today.
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Football team on their 49-8 victory over Rustburg on Friday night. They are now 5-0 and will face Jefferson Forest this Friday here in the Hive for Senior Night! Congratulations on Saturday to the Forensics team on their 5th place overall finish at the State Championships. Jessie Blanks was named State Runner-Up in Prose Interpretation and Nick Sahadak was named State Champion in Dramatic Interpretation! Finally, congratulations to the ladies who competed in the Miss Brookville Pageant on Saturday. 2nd runner-up is Emily Fanney, 1st runner-up is Jadyn Talley, and Miss Brookville 2021 is Melanie Bowling. Congratulations to everyone this weekend and continuing the Tradition of Excellence here at Brookville!
  • Good luck today to the Golf Team as they travel to Hat Creek Golf Course at 3pm. Go Bees!

March 25th:    
  • Students, this week your teachers will be following your grades closely as the end of the 9 weeks is tomorrow! They will be nominating students to win gift cards and prizes based on those students who are MVPs in the classroom as well as those who make a big comeback and greatly improve their grade! So work hard this week, make a plan for success, and finish the 9-weeks strong!
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be Thursday April 1st and Friday April 2nd.   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches on Thursday April 1st and from 11-2 on Friday April 2nd.  There will also be a family night ordering session on Thursday April 1st after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Any boy or girl interested in playing on the tennis team. There will be a meeting at 7:45AM on Monday the 29th or Tuesday the 30th in Mrs. Turner's room. Please get a physical by April 12th.
  • The golf team came in second yesterday in their match against Jefferson Forest, Liberty, and Heritage. Top scorers were: Jared Skinner with a 46, Brent Wesolowski 47, Kaden Fus, 49 and David Wesolowski and Paige Witt tied at 50.
  • Good luck today to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they play at LCA. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00! Go Bees!

March 24th:    
  • Students, this week your teachers will be following your grades closely as the end of the 9 weeks is on Friday! They will be nominating students to win gift cards and prizes based on those students who are MVPs in the classroom as well as those who make a big comeback and greatly improve their grade! So work hard this week, make a plan for success, finish the 9-weeks strong!
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be at school two days to assist you in ordering your class ring.  The 2 ordering days will be Thursday April 1st and Friday April 2nd.   They will be setup in the front lobby during all lunches on Thursday April 1st and from 11-2 on Friday April 2nd.  There will also be a family night ordering session on Thursday April 1st after school until 6:15pm in the front lobby.  A $75 deposit is requested to place an order.  Class ring packets are available in the front office.  All sophomores, juniors and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Good luck today to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they play Rustburg here in the Hive. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00. Good luck also to the golf team as they play at London Downs at 4:00 and to the cross country team as they run at Timbrook park at 5:00. Go Bees!

March 23rd:    
  • Students, this week your teachers will be following your grades closely as the end of the 9 weeks is on Friday! They will be nominating students to win gift cards and prizes based on those students who are MVPs in the classroom as well as those who make a big comeback and greatly improve their grade! So work hard this week, make a plan for success, finish the 9-weeks strong!
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Congratulations to the varsity football team on their big 28-7 win over Heritage, the competition cheer team on becoming the Seminole District Champions, and the Debate team on becoming the regional runners-up with Ian Keen placing 3rd in Student Congress and Jacob Cantrell placing 1st in Lincoln-Douglas Debate. Way to go Bees!
  • Good luck to the JV and varsity volleyball teams as they travel to EC Glass today. JV at 5:30, varsity at 7:00. Go Bees!

March 22nd:    
  • Students, this week your teachers will be following your grades closely as the end of the 9 weeks is on Friday! They will be nominating students to win gift cards and prizes based on those students who are MVPs in the classroom as well as those who make a big comeback and greatly improve their grade! So work hard this week, make a plan for success, finish the 9-weeks strong!
  • The Leadership class has extra Brookville T-shirts available for purchase if you missed the opportunity to pre-order them or have decided you'd like one. They are $10 each - cash and check accepted. Please stop by Mrs. Davis's room to purchase!
  • Congratulations to the varsity football team on their big 28-7 win over Heritage, the competition cheer team on becoming the Seminole District Champions, and the Debate team on becoming the regional runners-up with Ian Keen placing 3rd in Student Congress and Jacob Cantrell placing 1st in Lincoln-Douglas Debate. Way to go Bees!

March 18th:    
  • The end of the 9 week grading period is next Friday, March 26th. So this week students, your task is to Ask somebody for help...this could be a teacher, counselor, parent, friend, employer, or anyone you think you need help from. We all need help with something in life, so now is your chance to reach out and get the support you need! You received an email on Monday for this week’s entry form to win another gift card or prize, so don’t forget to fill it out!
  • Jarod Skinner won the entire golf match yesterday scoring the lowest score among all Brookville, Liberty, Glass and Rustburg players with a 40. And helping the team to their 3rd place finish were David Wesolowski with a 43, Kaden Fus with a 50, and Brent Wesolowski and Noah Wood tying with a 52.
  • Good luck today to the JV and Varsity volleyball teams as they play JF here in the Hive. JV at 5:30, Varsity at 7:00. And good luck tomorrow to the varsity football team as they take on Heritage at the city stadium. Game time at 7:00. Go Bees!

March 17th:    
  • The end of the 9 week grading period is next Friday, March 26th. So this week students, your task is to Ask somebody for help...this could be a teacher, counselor, parent, friend, employer, or anyone you think you need help from. We all need help with something in life, so now is your chance to reach out and get the support you need! You received an email on Monday for this week’s entry form to win another gift card or prize, so don’t forget to fill it out!
  • Congratulations to our Central Virginia Regional Science Fair Award Winners: 2nd Place Animal Sciences – Julie Fitzgerald, including a special award from the American Meteorology Society ; 2nd Place Behavioral & Social Sciences – Anna Sloan ; 3rd Place Behavioral & Social Sciences – Ella Wesolowski ; and Honorable Mention Plant Sciences – Arleigh Wagoner. Julie and Anna will attend the Virginia State Science Fair on April 10th. Good luck Julie and Anna!
  • Good luck to the golf and cross country teams as they compete today. Go Bees!

March 16th:    
  • Last week, you were asked to check your Hive Five every day to have a chance to win a gift card or prize! We had over 150 entries into the raffle, and your winners are Sierra Hartless and Phillip Stinson. Congratulations! Please stop by the School Counseling Office to receive your prize!
  • The end of the 9 week grading period is next Friday, March 26th. So this week students, your task is to Ask somebody for help...this could be a teacher, counselor, parent, friend, employer, or anyone you think you need help from. We all need help with something in life, so now is your chance to reach out and get the support you need! Watch your email for this week’s entry form to win another gift card or prize!
  • Congratulations to our Central Virginia Regional Science Fair Award Winners: 2nd Place Animal Sciences – Julie Fitzgerald, including a special award from the American Meteorology Society ; 2nd Place Behavioral & Social Sciences – Anna Sloan ; 3rd Place Behavioral & Social Sciences – Ella Wesolowski ; and Honorable Mention Plant Sciences – Arleigh Wagoner. Julie and Anna will attend the Virginia State Science Fair on April 10th. Good luck Julie and Anna!
  • Good luck to the volleyball team as they travel to Rustburg today! JV plays at 5:30 and varsity at 7:00. Go Bees!

March 15th:    
  • Last week, you were asked to check your Hive Five every day to have a chance to win a gift card or prize! We had over 150 entries into the raffle, and your winners are Sierra Hartless and Phillip Stinson. Congratulations! Please stop by the School Counseling Office to receive your prize!
  • The end of the 9 week grading period is next Friday, March 26th. So this week students, your task is to Ask somebody for help...this could be a teacher, counselor, parent, friend, employer, or anyone you think you need help from. We all need help with something in life, so now is your chance to reach out and get the support you need! Watch your email for this week’s entry form to win another gift card or prize!
  • Congratulations to the varsity football team on their 47-29 win over Amherst this weekend! Way to go Bees!
  • Good luck to the golf team and the JV football team today. Golf plays at Colonial Hills at 3:00pm and football plays at Amherst at 6:30pm. Go Bees!

March 11th:    
  • Trivia Question of the Day! What are the steps in the Hive Five? If you know the answer to this question AND complete your Hive Five every day this week, you will have multiple chances to win a gift card or prize! But you have to do it every day as the links for the prizes are only good for 24 hours each when they show up...and you never know when or where they will show up! If you need help with the Hive Five, ask a teacher or school counselor for assistance!
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • Open field for softball conditioning this week will continue today after school from 2:30 to 4:30.
  • Good luck tomorrow to the Varsity Football team as they take on Amherst here in the Hive, game time 7:00! Go Bees!

March 10th:    
  • Trivia Question of the Day! What are the steps in the Hive Five? If you know the answer to this question AND complete your Hive Five every day this week, you will have multiple chances to win a gift card or prize! But you have to do it every day as the links for the prizes are only good for 24 hours each when they show up...and you never know when or where they will show up! If you need help with the Hive Five, ask a teacher or school counselor for assistance!
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • Open field for softball conditioning this week will be today & Thursday. After school from 2:30 to 4:30.
  • Good luck to the golf team today! Go Bees!

March 9th:    
  • Students, last week you were asked to read and comment on Feedback from a teacher in order to have a chance to win a gift card. Well, some of you did and the winner of that gift card is Dylan Hobbs! Congratulations! Make sure to stop by school counseling to claim your prize!
  • Trivia Question of the Day! What are the steps in the Hive Five? If you know the answer to this question AND complete your Hive Five every day this week, you will have multiple chances to win a gift card or prize! But you have to do it every day as the links for the prizes are only good for 24 hours each when they show up...and you never know when or where they will show up! If you need help with the Hive Five, ask a teacher or school counselor for assistance!
  • Attention seniors. The Jostens representatives will be at school TODAY to deliver graduation items. They will be set up during all school lunches to assist you. If paying on delivery day final balances must be paid with cash or money order. If you have questions about your order or would like to pay your balance ahead of time, please call 1-800-Jostens.
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 beginning today. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • Open field for softball conditioning this week will be Monday,Wednesday,& Thursday. After school from 2:30 to 4:30.
  • Congratulations to the JV Football team on their victory over Liberty last night 20-2
  • Good luck today to the JV and Varsity Volleyball Team as they take on Amherst here in the Hive, game time 5:30 and 7. Go Bees!

March 8th:    
  • Trivia Question of the Day! What are the steps in the Hive Five? If you know the answer to this question AND complete your Hive Five every day this week, you will have multiple chances to win a gift card or prize! But you have to do it every day as the links for the prizes are only good for 24 hours each when they show up! If you need help with the Hive Five, ask a teacher or school counselor for assistance!
  • Attention seniors. The Jostens representatives will be at school TODAY and Tuesday March 9th to deliver graduation items. They will be set up during all school lunches to assist you. If paying on delivery day final balances must be paid with cash or money order. If you have questions about your order or would like to pay your balance ahead of time, please call 1-800-Jostens.
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 beginning tomorrow. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • Congratulations to the Varsity Football team as they defeated Liberty on Friday by a score of 32-6, moving them to 2-0 on the season! Congratulations as well to the Forensics team on the 4th place team finish at the Super Region tournament on Saturday! Jessie Blanks was named Super Region Champion in Prose and Nick Sahadak was named Super Region Champion in Dramatic Interpretation, earning a 1st place rank from all 6 judges that scored him! Both Jessie and Nick will compete at the State Championships on March 27th!
  • Good luck today to the JV Football Team as they take on Liberty here in the Hive, game time 6:30. Go Bees!

March 3rd:    
  • Students, make sure to complete your Hive Five each day this week. You will have an opportunity to win a gift card or prize by completing your Hive Five this week, specifically reading and responding to Feedback from your teachers! You will be receiving an e-mail this week with details on how to win those prizes!
  • Attention National Honors Society Candidates: Don't forget that your completed applications are due NO LATER than 3:00 pm on Thursday, March 4. If you have ANY questions please contact Mrs. Wolk or Ms. Wood.
  • Attention seniors. The Jostens representatives will be at school on Monday March 8th and Tuesday March 9th to deliver graduation items. They will be set up during all school lunches to assist you. If paying on delivery day final balances must be paid with cash or money order. If you have questions about your order or would like to pay your balance ahead of time, please call 1-800-Jostens.
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 beginning March 8th. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • Congratulations to the Indoor Track Team on the 4th place team finish at the State Championships yesterday. Results were as follows:

    Caleb Christian - 7th in the 300m

    The team of Caleb, Ethan Robey, Jaylin Marshall, and Jahee Blake - 3rd in the 4x200

    Jahee also placed 2nd in the 55m hurdles

    Trey Lloyd took 2nd in the Long Jump

    And we now have 5 new state champions in the building! Trey Lloyd won the High Jump and the team of Christian Seeney, Brent Wesolowski, Chasen Hunt, and Caleb Christian won the 4x400m relay!

    This is the highest the team has finished in the last 10 years! Congratulations Indoor Track team!

  • Good luck today to the JV football team and the golf team. Football plays at LCA at 5:00 and golf plays at Ivy Hill at 1:00. Go Bees!

March 2nd:    
  • Students, make sure to complete your Hive Five each day this week. You will have an opportunity to win a gift card or prize by completing your Hive Five this week, specifically reading and responding to Feedback from your teachers! You will be receiving an e-mail this week with details on how to win those prizes!
  • Attention National Honors Society Candidates: Don't forget that your completed applications are due NO LATER than 3:00 pm on Thursday, March 4. If you have ANY questions please contact Mrs. Wolk or Ms. Wood.
  • Attention seniors. The Jostens representatives will be at school on Monday March 8th and Tuesday March 9th to deliver graduation items. They will be set up during all school lunches to assist you. If paying on delivery day final balances must be paid with cash or money order. If you have questions about your order or would like to pay your balance ahead of time, please call 1-800-Jostens.
  • Please remember to order your yearbook as soon as possible - there is NO guarantee that there will be leftover books in May. Yearbooks are $85. Please see Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 with payment or questions.
  • Outdoor track strength and conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4 beginning March 8th. You must have a physical to participate.  We will meet at the bottom of the stairs and will work on mobility from 2:30-3:15 and will lift from 3:15-4. Please see Coach Harrison in room 106 if you have any questions
  • There will be no Cross Country practice after school.
  • Good luck to the volleyball team as they play against LCA here in the Hive tonight. JV is at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. Also, good luck to the indoor track team at the state track meet at Liberty University today. Go Bees!

March 1st:    
  • Students, make sure to complete your Hive Five each day this week. You will have an opportunity to win a gift card or prize by completing your Hive Five this week, specifically reading and responding to Feedback from your teachers! You will be receiving an e-mail this week with details on how to win those prizes!
  • Attention National Honors Society Candidates: Don't forget that your completed applications are due NO LATER than 3:00 pm on Thursday, March 4. If you have ANY questions please contact Mrs. Wolk or Ms. Wood.
  • Congratulations to Brent Riner as he took 7th place with a personal best in the 100M Backstroke on Thursday at the Division 3 State Swim Championships! Also, congratulations to the Forensics team on being named the Regional Runner-Ups this past Thursday at the Region 3C Championships. Jessie Blanks was named Region Champion in Prose Interpretation and Nick Sahadak was named Region Champion in Dramatic Interpretation! Finally, congratulations to the Varsity football team on their 25-14 victory over LCA, including a school record 108-yard interception return by Tayshaun Butler to end the 1st half! Way to Go Bees! Keep up the tradition of excellence!
  • Good luck to the JV football team as they take on LCA at 6:30 tonight. Go Bees!

February 2021 Announcements

posted Feb 2, 2021, 7:13 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Feb 25, 2021, 5:13 AM ]

February 25th:    
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Any Juniors, Seniors, or Sophomores who have completed the Driver's Ed. class, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get an application to sign up for range and road. There are also applications available in the main office. We have another group starting soon!

  • Open gym for softball conditioning will be Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday. From 7 to 830 in the old gym. If you have any questions please call Coach Ferg at 434-426-0304.

  • Good luck today to Brent Riner as he competes at the State Swim Meet in Christiansburg, to the Varsity Football team as they take on LCA at 6pm here in the Hive, and the Forensics team as they compete in the Region 3C Championships at 5pm. Go Bees!


February 24th:    
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Any Juniors, Seniors, or Sophomores who have completed the Driver's Ed. class, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get an application to sign up for range and road. There are also applications available in the main office. We have another group starting soon!

  • This Wednesday (24th) is the last day for Brookville T-shirt sales. Please bring your order and payment to Mrs. Davis in room 427.

  • Open gym for softball conditioning will be Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday. From 7 to 830 in the old gym. If you have any questions please call Coach Ferg at 434-426-0304.


February 23rd:    
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Any Juniors, Seniors, or Sophomores who have completed the Driver's Ed. class, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get an application to sign up for range and road. There are also applications available in the main office. We have another group starting soon!

  • This Wednesday (24th) is the last day for Brookville T-shirt sales. Please bring your order and payment to Mrs. Davis in room 427.

  • Open gym for softball conditioning will be Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday. From 7 to 830 in the old gym. If you have any questions please call Coach Ferg at 434-426-0304.

  • We would like to congratulate the Boys Indoor track team for placing 3rd at the Region 3C Meet last week. The boys were led by outstanding performances by Trey Lloyd who won the Long jump and High jump, Jahee Blake who placed 2nd in the 55 meter hurdles, Caleb Christian in the 300 meter dash, the 4x200 relay team of Jaylyn Marshall, Ethan Robey, Caleb Christian, and Jahee Blake which placed 3rd, and the 4x400 relay team of Brent Wesolowski, Chasen Hunt, Christian Seeney, and Caleb Christian which placed 3rd. All of these boys will be competing in the 3A State Indoor Meet Tuesday March 2nd at Liberty University.


February 22nd:    
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Any Juniors, Seniors, or Sophomores who have completed the Driver's Ed. class, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get an application to sign up for range and road. There are also applications available in the main office. We have another group starting soon!

  • This Wednesday (24th) is the last day for Brookville T-shirt sales. Please bring your order and payment to Mrs. Davis in room 427.

  • Open gym for softball conditioning will be Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday. From 7 to 830 in the old gym. If you have any questions please call Coach Ferg at 434-426-0304.


February 17th:    
  • Our Key to Successful Learning to discuss this week is Creating a Routine. How is the weather tomorrow going to affect your work for the rest of the week and weekend? Make sure to take time to review your plans and adjust them so that you stay ahead on your work and don’t get behind! See a school counselor or teacher if you need assistance on this tip.
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Any Juniors, Seniors, or Sophomores who have completed the Driver's Ed. class, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get an application to sign up for range and road. There are also applications available in the main office. We have another group starting soon!


February 16th:    
  • Our Key to Successful Learning to discuss this week is Creating a Routine. When things happen like 2 hour delays or your internet goes down, it affects your schedule. Make sure to take time to review your plans and adjust them so that you stay ahead on your work and don’t get behind! See a school counselor or teacher if you need assistance on this tip.
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Congratulations to the Brookville Bees Wrestling team for a strong showing at the Regional Finals this weekend !! The Bees won 3rd place overall as a team. 5 Bees wrestlers are headed to the state tournament this Thursday at Salem Civic Center! Those wrestlers are Shaun Johnson , Q Harris, Jayden Hunter, Matthew Prance, and Drew Turner!! Go BEES !!!!


February 15th:    
  • Our Key to Successful Learning to discuss this week is Creating a Routine. When things happen like 2 hour delays or your internet goes down, it affects your schedule. Make sure to take time to review your plans and adjust them so that you stay ahead on your work and don’t get behind! See a school counselor or teacher if you need assistance on this tip.
  • If you have played an instrument or are in the band program but not currently enrolled in a band class. We are starting a pep band! If you are interested in being a part of this exciting and exclusive group see Mr. Farley or send him an email as soon as possible.
  • Cross country practices have begun. Practices are at 2:30 pm. Please meet by the new gym for Covid screening. 3 items will be needed before you start.

    1. A current physical for the 2020/2021 school year

    2. Signed Covid-19 waiver

    3. Signed concussion sheet

    You can see Coach Johnson for a physical or email him at: mckinleyjohnsonjr@gmail.com

  • Congratulations to the Brookville Bees Wrestling team for a strong showing at the Regional Finals this weekend !! The Bees won 3rd place overall as a team. 5 Bees wrestlers are headed to the state tournament this Thursday at Salem Civic Center! Those wrestlers are Shaun Johnson , Q Harris, Jayden Hunter, Matthew Prance, and Drew Turner!! Go BEES !!!!


February 11th:    
  • Students, take some time this morning to review your Goal Setting activity from the first week of the semester to see if you need to adjust anything to make yourself a more productive and successful learner! If you need assistance with this, please reach out to your school counselor or your teacher.
  • If you're interested in playing on the golf team, please see or email Mrs. Turner. Practice starts on February 15th at 3:30 at London Downs.
  • There are less than 50 yearbooks left! These will sellout! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 to purchase yours today!
  • We would like to congratulate the boys indoor track team for their victory in the Seminole District Region Qualifier meet last night. The Bees picked up victories from Trey Lloyd in the Long jump and High Jump as well as Jahee Blake in the 55 meter hurdles. Advancing to regions will be Jahee Blake, Trey Lloyd, and Ethan Robey. That meet will be next Wednesday at Heritage High school. Trey Lloyd and Ethan Robey are now ranked 1st and 2nd in Virginia for the long jump and both 3rd in the country for their class. Jahee Blake is also ranked 2nd in the state in hurdles.
  • Good luck to the wrestling team at the Regional meet this Saturday and to Brent Riner as he will be representing the Bees in the men's 100 backstroke at the VHSL State Swimming Championship this weekend! Go Bees!

February 10th:    
  • Students, take some time this morning to review your Goal Setting activity from the first week of the semester to see if you need to adjust anything to make yourself a more productive and successful learner! If you need assistance with this, please reach out to your school counselor or your teacher.
  • If you're interested in playing on the golf team, please see or email Mrs. Turner. Practice starts on February 15th at 3:30 at London Downs.
  • There are less than 50 yearbooks left! These will sellout! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 to purchase yours today!
  • Last night, the VHSL State Diving Championship was held at Virginia Tech. Ethan Mayfield finished in second place in the competition picking up a silver medal for the Bees. His diving score also set a new team record for points in a championship meet.

    The swimming portion of the VHSL meet will be held this weekend, weather permitting. Brent Riner will be representing the Bees in the men's 100 backstroke.

    Congratulations to Ethan and good luck Brent.

  • Good luck today to the indoor track team as they compete in the second day of the Regional Qualifying Meet at Heritage. Go Bees!

February 9th:    
  • Students, take some time this morning to review your Scheduling activity from the first week of the semester to see if you need to adjust anything to make yourself a more productive and successful learner! If you need assistance with this, please reach out to your school counselor or your teacher.
  • If you're interested in playing on the golf team, please see or email Mrs. Turner. Practice starts on February 15th at 3:30 at London Downs.
  • Students, 2020-2021 BHS t-shirts are now for sale. You should receive a paper order form from your 1st Block teacher. All orders and payment are due by Wednesday, February 24th. Please bring both to Mrs. Davis's room, 427.
  • There are less than 50 yearbooks left! These will sellout! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 to purchase yours today!
  • Good luck today to the indoor track team as they compete in the first day of Regional Qualifying Meet at Heritage. Go Bees!

February 8th:    
  • Students, take some time this morning to review your Scheduling activity from the first week of the semester to see if you need to adjust anything to make yourself a more productive and successful learner! If you need assistance with this, please reach out to your school counselor or your teacher.
  • If you're interested in playing on the golf team, please see or email Mrs. Turner. Practice starts on February 15th at 3:30 at London Downs.
  • Students, 2020-2021 BHS t-shirts are now for sale. You should receive a paper order form from your 1st Block teacher. All orders and payment are due by Wednesday, February 24th. Please bring both to Mrs. Davis's room, 427.
  • Congratulations to the Brookville Bees Wrestling team for their dominate performance over the weekend at the Region Sectional Tournament!! All of the Bees wrestlers advanced to the Region Finals this coming weekend!! The Following wrestlers went undefeated and will be the number 1 seed in the Region Finals: Drew Turner, Thomas Bush, Shaun Johnson, Q Harris, and Matthew Prance!! Josh Gunter, Caleb Marshall, and Addison Smawley will be seeded #2 in the Region finals! Tommy Hunt, Dylan Martin, and Jayden Hunter will be #3 seeds, and Jackson Poling and Kolby Ferguson will be seeded 4th! Good Luck at the Region Finals guys !!!!
  • There are less than 50 yearbooks left! These will sellout! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 to purchase yours today!
  • Good luck today to the girls and boys basketball teams in the first round of the Region 3C Playoffs. The girls will travel to Western Albemarle and the boys will travel to Charlottesville. Go Bees!

February 4th:    
  • Students, make sure you have completed your Hive Five this morning. If you are unsure what that is, ask your teacher to assist you!
  • Congratulations to the ACE team on an awesome performance yesterday in the Regional Qualifiers. They were 1 question away from a Region bid, defeating Liberty and losing by only one question to both Rustburg and Heritage. Team members include Ian Keen, Ben Watson, Ayden Arthur, Jason Farnsworth, Rut Shah, and Jacob Cantrell. Great job ACE!
  • Students, 2020-2021 BHS t-shirts are now for sale. You should receive a paper order form from your 1st Block teacher. All orders and payment are due by Wednesday, February 24th. Please bring both to Mrs. Davis's room, 427.
  • Good luck to Girls Basketball as the Varsity takes on EC Glass at 6pm. Boys Basketball will host the Hilltoppers in the Hive for Senior Night, JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7. Finally, Swimming has their Region 3C Meet in Charlottesville today starting at 11am. Go Bees!

February 3rd:    
  • Students, make sure you have completed your Hive Five this morning. If you are unsure what that is, ask your teacher to assist you!
  • Attention Seniors! Please check your school email for information about signing the Senior Wall this Friday! See Mr. Markey in room 316 if you have any questions.
  • Students, 2020-2021 BHS t-shirts are now for sale. You should receive a paper order form from your 1st Block teacher. All orders and payment are due by Wednesday, February 24th. Please bring both to Mrs. Davis's room, 427.
  • Good luck to girls basketball and the ACE team today. The girls take on Heritage here in the Hive. JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. The ACE team will compete in the Regional Qualifier at 4:30 today. Go Bees!

February 2nd:    
  • Students, make sure you have completed your Hive Five this morning.
  • Attention Seniors! Please check your school email for information about signing the Senior Wall this Friday! See Mr. Markey in room 316 if you have any questions.
  • BHS 2020-2021 t-shirt pre-order forms will be available TOMORROW in your first block class. If you aren't here for 1st block, please stop by room 427 (Mrs. Davis' classroom) for a copy!
  • Good luck to the girls and boys basketball teams as they take on LCA tonight! The JV girls will play at LCA and the boys will play here in the Hive. JV is at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. Go Bees!

February 1st:    
  • No school, SNOW DAY    

January 2021 Announcements

posted Jan 4, 2021, 5:15 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Jan 27, 2021, 7:34 AM ]

January 27th:    
  • As we begin the 2nd semester, we want to remind you about the Keys to Successful Learning. They are:

    • Get Organized

    • Create a Routine

    • Be Accountable

    • and Ask for Support

    This week, you will be participating in activities that will help guide you through these Keys in order to make your 2nd semester even more successful than the 1st! So start strong, work hard, and you’ll have a great semester!

  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • There are only 80 yearbooks left for the 2020-21 school year!! These will sellout so get yours while you can! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 if you have any questions.
  • Attention Seniors! Please check your school email for information about signing the Senior Wall this Friday! See Mr. Markey in room 316 if you have any questions.
  • Teachers and students, be on the lookout for this year's school t-shirt order. You should be seeing the form soon on Canvas, BHS social media, and you will also receive a paper copy in your first period
  • Congratulations to both the Guy’s & Girl’s Teams for their victories over EC Glass, Altavista, & Rustburg. The Guy’s scores were as follows: Brookville 141, EC Glass 97, Altavista 73, and Rustburg 9. The Girl’s came in at: Brookville 112, EC Glass 103, Altavista 99, and Rustburg 29. This contest concludes the regular season. Both teams finished undefeated, at 9-0 each. The championship phase of our season begins this Friday, with the Seminole District Championship. This evening’s event winners…


    Guys:


    200 Medley Relay: Brent Riner, Simon Emery, Kyle Sennett, & Keenen Robey


    200 Freestyle: Cameron St. Clair


    50 Freestyle: Kyle Sennett


    100 Butterfly: Kyle Sennett


    100 Freestyle: Brent Riner


    500 Freestyle: Cameron St. Clair


    100 Breaststroke: Simon Emery


    400 Freestyle Relay: Cameron St. Clair, Simon Emery, Solomon Lewis, & Brent Riner



    Girls:


    200 Medley Relay: Ella Tinsley, Arleigh Wagoner, Jordan Chamberlin, & Kirsten Steffens


    200 IM: Jordan Chamberlin


    100 Freestyle: Arleigh Wagoner


    200 Freestyle Relay: Ella Tinsley, Kalaih Enloe, Jordan Chamberlin, & Arleigh Wagoner


    100 Breaststroke: Arleigh Wagoner

  • Good luck to the ACE team as they have a match at 4:30 today! Go Bees!


January 26th:    
  • As we begin the 2nd semester, we want to remind you about the Keys to Successful Learning. They are:

    • Get Organized

    • Create a Routine

    • Be Accountable

    • and Ask for Support

    This week, you will be participating in activities that will help guide you through these Keys in order to make your 2nd semester even more successful than the 1st! So start strong, work hard, and you’ll have a great semester!

  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • There are only 80 yearbooks left for the 2020-21 school year!! These will sellout so get yours while you can! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 if you have any questions.
  • Attention Seniors! Please check your school email for information about signing the Senior Wall this Friday! See Mr. Markey in room 316 if you have any questions.
  • Teachers and students, be on the lookout for this year's school t-shirt order. You should be seeing the form soon on Canvas, BHS social media, and you will also receive a paper copy in your first period
  • Good luck to the swim team as they have a meet at the Jamerson Y at 6:00 tonight! Go Bees!

January 25th:    
  • As we begin the 2nd semester, we want to remind you about the Keys to Successful Learning. They are:

    • Get Organized

    • Create a Routine

    • Be Accountable

    • and Ask for Support

    This week, you will be participating in activities that will help guide you through these Keys in order to make your 2nd semester even more successful than the 1st! So start strong, work hard, and you’ll have a great semester!

  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • There are only 80 yearbooks left for the 2020-21 school year!! These will sellout so get yours while you can! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 if you have any questions.
  • Attention Seniors! Please check your school email for information about signing the Senior Wall this Friday! See Mr. Markey in room 316 if you have any questions.
  • The Brookville Bees wrestling team went 2-0 this weekend defeating Lord Botetourt 39-24 and Amherst 66-15! This weekend wrapped up an undefeated regular season for the Bees wrestling team !!!! The Bees had great individual performances this weekend by Matthew Prance, Jackson Poling, Drew Turner, Q Harris, Jayden Hunter, and Dylan Martin who all went undefeated. Team Captains Josh Gunter, Shaun Johnson, Q Harris, and Michael Viar will lead the Bees wrestling team into the postseason this weekend. Way to go Wrestling Team!
  • Congratulations to the Guys’ and Girls’ Team, for their victory over EC Glass. The Guys won in convincing fashion, with a 110 to 50 score. The Girls took down the defending Seminole District 4A Hilltoppers, with a 80 to 71 score. Both the Guys’ & Girls’ Teams are now 6-0 for the season.
    Event winners were as follows…
    Guys…
    200 Medley Relay: Cameron St. Clair, Simon Emery, Aiden Tuck, & Keenen Robey
    200 Freestyle: Kyle Sennett
    200 IM: Brent Riner
    50 Freestyle: Kyle Sennett
    100 Freestyle: Brent Riner
    500 Freestyle: Cameron St. Clair
    200 Freestyle Relay: Brent Riner, Solomon Lewis, Kyle Sennett, & Cameron St. Clair
    100 Backstroke: Cameron St. Clair
    100 Breastroke: Simon Emery
    400 Freestyle: Kyle Sennett, Solomon Lewis, Simon Emery, & Brent Riner
    Girls…
    200 Medley Relay: Ella Tinsley, Suzanne Anderson, Arleigh Wagoner, & Jordan Chamberlin
    100 Freestyle: Arleigh Wagoner
    200 Freestyle Relay: Ella Tinsley, Kirsten Steffens, Jordan Chamberlin, & Arleigh Wagoner
    100 Backstroke: Ella Tinsley
    100 Breastroke: Arleigh Wagoner    
  • Good luck to both the boys and girls basketball teams as they take on Heritage. Girls are on the road with JV starting at 5:30 and Varsity at 7. Boys are here in the Hive with JV starting at 5:30 and Varsity at 7. All games will live stream on the NFHS website. Go Bees!

January 20th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • There are only 100 yearbooks left!! These will sellout so get yours while you can! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 if you have any questions.
  • Good luck to the wrestling team as they take on Heritage and LCA at 6:00 tonight here in the Hive. Go Bees!
  • Last night both the men's and women's swim teams were victorious in Quad-meet competition against LCA, Heritage and Rustburg.

    The men's team won with a score of 188 to LCA 125, Heritage 54 Rustburg 15. On the women's side, they won with a score of 127 to LCA 116, Heritage 83 and Rustburg 40. Both the men's and women's teams remain undefeated at 5-0.

    The night’s event winners are as follows…


    The Men's Team:


    200 Medley Relay: Brent Riner, Simon Emery, Kyle Sennett, & Cameron St. Clair

    200 Freestyle: Cameron St. Clair

    100 Butterfly: Kyle Sennett

    500 Freestyle: Kyle Sennett

    400 Freestyle Relay: Simon Emery, Keenen Robey, Aiden Tuck, & Solomon Lewis


    The Women's Team:


    200 IM: Arleigh Wagoner

    500 Freestyle: Arleigh Wagoner

    100 Backstroke: Ella Tinsley

    100 Breastroke: Suzanne Anderson


January 19th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • This is a reminder that Thursday, January 21st is now an at-home learning day for all Tuesday/Thursday students.So make sure to be following your Keys to Successful Learning to achieve maximum success in these final days of the 1st semester!
  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • There are only 100 yearbooks left!! These will sellout so get yours while you can! See Mrs. Brumfield in room 112 if you have any questions.
  • We would like to congratulate the boys indoor track team on their first place showing in the meet last Friday and the girls indoor track team for placing second. The following athletes scored points in the meet. Charlotte Bowles 2nd place Mckinsey Rulland 4th place and Jada Fyffe 4th place in the girls long jump. Trey Lloyd won the boys long jump with a National Qualifying distance of 22 feet five and half inches which ranks second in the state of Virginia this year. Christian Seeney 3rd in the boys long jump. In boys shot put Chase Mitchell 1st, Bralyn Anthony 4th, Kaleb Osbourne 5th, and Trey Firkins 6th. Trey Lloyd won the boys high jump with another national qualifying height of 6 feet. In the girls 55 meter dash Jada Fyffe 1st, Charlotte Bowles 4th, and McKinsey Ruhland 6th. In the Boys 55 meter dash Ethan Robey 1st, Caleb Christian 2nd, Trey Lloyd 3rd, Silas Rucker 6th. In the boys 4x200 meter relay Brookville finished 1st and 2nd. In the Boys 1600 meter Chasen Hunt 1st, Kyle Sennett 2nd, Landon Todd 4th, Kendrick Ring 5th. In the boys 500 meter dash Brent Wesoloski 1st, Landon Petcher 2nd, Christian Seeney 3rd. In the Girls 1000 meter Sadie Mace 5th and Hannah Foust 6th. In the Boys 1000 meter Chasen Hunt 2nd, Kyle Sennett 5th, and Landon Todd 6th. In the Girls 300 meter dash Jada Fyffe 1st, McKinsey Ruhland 2nd, Charlotte Bowles 3rd, Becca Hawkins 4th, and Valerie Germeroth 6th. In the Boys 300 meter dash Ethan Robey 1st, Yuet Lai 4th, and Christian Seeney 5th. The girls 4x400 meter relay finished 3rd. Way to go Bees. Our next meet will be Wednesday and will be live streamed on the Track and Field Facebook page.
  • Good luck today to the swim team as they take on Heritage at the Jamerson Y at 6pm, the Varsity Girls Basketball team as they travel to Amherst game time 6pm, and the Boys Basketball Team as they host Amherst, JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7.

January 14th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • This is a reminder that Thursday, January 21st is now an at-home learning day for all Tuesday/Thursday students.So make sure to be following your Keys to Successful Learning to achieve maximum success in these final days of the 1st semester!
  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range should see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. Sophomores who have completed the classroom part of Driver's Ed. can sign up as well. Applications can also be picked up in the main office.
  • Both the Men's and Women's swim teams won their opening meets last night. They competed in a Tri-Meet with Heritage and Rustburg High Schools.

    The Bee women were lead by individual winners; Arleigh Wagner (200 free & 400 free), Jordan Chamberlin (200 IM), Ella Tinsley (100 back) and Suzanne Anderson (100 breast). The girls winning relays were the 200 Medley (Tinsley, Anderson, Chamberlin and Skylar Forbes) and the 200 free relay (Tinsley, Wagner, Kailah Enloe, Sydney Glass).

    The Brookville men's team was lead by individual winners; Emery Simon (200 free & 100 breast), Kyle Sennett (200 IM & 400 free), Brent Riner (50 free & 100 free), Solomon Lewis (100 fly), Aidan Tuck (100 back). The men swept all 3 relays; 200 medley relay (Tuck, Simon, Sennett, Riner), 200 free relay (Sennett, Riner, Emery, Ethan Mayfield) and 400 free relay (Micah Brune, Mayfield, Tuck, Lewis, ).

  • Congratulations to the BEES wrestling team for their dominant victories last night over Heritage and Rustburg in their opening match of the year. The Bees defeated Heritage 76-3 in the opening match and ended the night with a 57-18 victory over Rustburg!! GO BEES
  • Good luck to the girls and boys basketball teams as they take on LCA today. JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7. Boys are on the road and will stream on the LCA Facebook page. Girls are at home and will stream on the NFHS website. Visit our Athletics page on the BHS website for links to those live streams.

January 13th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • Good luck to the wrestling team as they compete in a Tri-Meet today @ Rustburg, streaming on the NFHS website at 6:00. So head to our Athletics website for details on how to get access to the live stream. Good luck boys! Also, good luck to our ACE team as they compete in their first virtual tournament of the year. Matches start at 4:30pm. Good luck ACE team!
  • Some reminder on the school calendar to finish out the 1st semester. We do not have school on Monday, January 18th. Your final day in person for the 1st semester will be Wednesday, January 20th. 2nd semester begins Monday, January 25th. So make sure to finish up all of your assignments this week following your Keys to Successful Learning! If you need some last minute help to get your assignments in, talk with your teachers about coming this Friday for our FLEX Friday remediation.

January 12th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • Good luck to the boys basketball team today as they travel to Amherst. JV is at 5:30 and Varsity is at 7:00. Streaming for this game will be on the Amherst County YouTube page, so head to our Athletics website for details on how to get access to the live stream. Good luck boys!
  • This is the last full week of classes for the 1st semester, so make sure you are giving your best effort this week to achieve the best grade you can in each of your classes! Review the Keys to Successful Learning and ask for support if you need additional help to finish up the semester.

January 11th:    
  • SOL testing is today! If you are taking a SOL this morning, please report to your testing room NOW if you are not already there. If you are taking an SOL this afternoon, you will go to the cafeteria at the BEGINNING of 3rd block to eat lunch and testing will begin at the end of first lunch. If you are testing this afternoon and need to order lunch, please order online using the lunch form, but please choose "TESTING AFTERNOON - CAFETERIA"
  • Good luck to the boys basketball team today as they travel to EC Glass. JV is at 5:30 and Varsity is at 7:00. Streaming for this game will be on the NFHS website, so head to our Athletics website for details on how to get access to the live stream. Good luck boys!
  • This is the last full week of classes for the 1st semester, so make sure you are giving your best effort this week to achieve the best grade you can in each of your classes! Review the Keys to Successful Learning and ask for support if you need additional help to finish up the semester.

January 7th:    
  • If you would like to join the Debate team, please contact Mr. Markey in order to get more information. The next meeting will be today from 2:30-4:00 in room 316.
  • Reminder to all athletes for EVERY sport: you must pass 3 classes in the 1st semester in order to be eligible to participate in sports in the 2nd semester. So make sure you are tracking your grades and getting help from teachers if needed before the end of the semester in 2 weeks.
  • Track and field practice for this Thursday(today) will end at 4:30 pm instead of 5 pm.
  • Good luck to the boys basketball team today as they take on Rustburg here in the Hive. JV is at 5:30 and Varsity is at 7:00. Good luck boys!

January 6th:    
  • If you would like to join the Debate team, please contact Mr. Markey in order to get more information. The next meeting will be on Thursday from 2:30-4:00 in room 316.
  • Reminder to all athletes for EVERY sport: you must pass 3 classes in the 1st semester in order to be eligible to participate in sports in the 2nd semester. So make sure you are tracking your grades and getting help from teachers if needed before the end of the semester in 2 weeks.
  • Today, the Wrestling team will have a Quad Meet against Rustburg, Amherst, and LCA here in the Hive at 6pm. Good luck wrestling team!

January 5th:    
  • If you would like to join the Forensics team or Debate team, please contact Mr. Markey in order to get more information. Forensics will meet TODAY from 2:30-4:00 and Debate will be on Thursday from 2:30-4:00.
  • Reminder to all athletes for EVERY sport: you must pass 3 classes in the 1st semester in order to be eligible to participate in sports in the 2nd semester. So make sure you are tracking your grades and getting help from teachers if needed before the end of the semester in 2 weeks.

January 4th:    
  • ACE team members, our first practice is TODAY in Mr. Markey’s room 316 from 2:30-4:00.

December 2020 Announcements

posted Dec 2, 2020, 4:38 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Dec 17, 2020, 7:05 AM ]

December 17th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Students, please check your school e-mail for information from Mr. Markey about three of the great clubs we have here at Brookville that you can still participate in and even win a state championship! If you have any questions about these clubs, either respond to the email or see Mr. Markey in Room 316.

December 15th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Students, please check your school e-mail for information from Mr. Markey about three of the great clubs we have here at Brookville that you can still participate in and even win a state championship! If you have any questions about these clubs, either respond to the email or see Mr. Markey in Room 316.
  • This week is Winter Spirit Week here in the Hive! Thursday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. Make sure to participate in the fun as we countdown to Winter Break!
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Be Accountable:

    • True or False? It is better to blame others when you do not get your school work done because they stopped you than to take personal responsibility. That, of course, is FALSE. You should always accept personal responsibility when something goes wrong, but more importantly, you should create a plan to fix the issue and get back on track! 

    Give this a try this week to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 14th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Students, please check your school e-mail for information from Mr. Markey about three of the great clubs we have here at Brookville that you can still participate in and even win a state championship! If you have any questions about these clubs, either respond to the email or see Mr. Markey in Room 316.
  • This week is Winter Spirit Week here in the Hive! Wednesday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. Make sure to participate in the fun as we countdown to Winter Break!
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Be Accountable:

    • True or False? It is better to blame others when you do not get your school work done because they stopped you than to take personal responsibility. That, of course, is FALSE. You should always accept personal responsibility when something goes wrong, but more importantly, you should create a plan to fix the issue and get back on track! 

    Give this a try this week to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 10th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Next week is Winter Spirit Week here in the Hive! Tuesday is Flannel Shirt Day and Thursday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. Make sure to participate in the fun as we countdown to Winter Break!
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Create a Routine:

    • We all think we do not have time to get everything done. However, you have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Martin Luther King Jr., Pythagoras, Mother Teresa, William Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. The one thing they all have in common is that they maximized use of their time rather than wasted it. So take some time to write down what you need to get done every day, schedule what times you will get those things done, and plan for breaks to breathe and refocus.

    Give this tip a try to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 9th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Next week is Winter Spirit Week here in the Hive! Monday is Flannel Shirt Day and Wednesday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. Make sure to participate in the fun as we countdown to Winter Break!
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Create a Routine:

    • We all think we do not have time to get everything done. However, you have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Martin Luther King Jr., Pythagoras, Mother Teresa, William Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. The one thing they all have in common is that they maximized use of their time rather than wasted it. So take some time to write down what you need to get done every day, schedule what times you will get those things done, and plan for breaks to breathe and refocus.

    Give this tip a try to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 8th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Create a Routine:

    • In order to be a successful learner, you must start off your morning at home with a routine as well! Set an alarm and don’t hit snooze. Make your bed. Take a shower. Brush your teeth. Eat a good breakfast. And do whatever else you feel necessary to make you wide awake, alert, and ready to focus on school during the day! 

    Give this tip a try to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 7th:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Monday, December, 7 and Tuesday, December 8 from 2:30-4:30. You must have a completed VHSL physical to try out. See Coach Jester or Coach Washburn if you are interested in trying out.
  • Girls Basketball will begin tryouts Monday, December 7th from 5:15 to 7:30. You must have a completed physical form on file or bring one with you on December 7th to turn in before tryouts. You must have a physical to try out.
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Create a Routine:

    • In order to be a successful learner, you must start off your morning at home with a routine as well! Set an alarm and don’t hit snooze. Make your bed. Take a shower. Brush your teeth. Eat a good breakfast. And do whatever else you feel necessary to make you wide awake, alert, and ready to focus on school during the day! 

    Give this tip a try to improve your success both in and out of the classroom! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 3rd:    
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Monday, December, 7 and Tuesday, December 8 from 2:30-4:30. You must have a completed VHSL physical to try out. See Coach Jester or Coach Washburn if you are interested in trying out.
  • Girls Basketball will begin tryouts Monday, December 7th from 5:15 to 7:30. You must have a completed physical form on file or bring one with you on December 7th to turn in before tryouts. You must have a physical to try out.
  • Girls basketball open gym will be from 6 to 7:30 Thursday, December 3rd (today) in the new gym.
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Get Organized:

    • When you log-in to the Canvas portal, there is a button on the left hand side of the screen that says Calendar. As your teachers put due dates on assignments, they show up on that calendar to help you plan ahead to make sure you get all of your assignments done on time. It’s important that you use the Canvas calendar, Google calendar, an agenda, or other method of tracking due dates to help with time management.

    Give this tip a try this morning and throughout the day to improve your learning and become a more successful learner! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 2nd:    
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Monday, December, 7 and Tuesday, December 8 from 2:30-4:30. You must have a completed VHSL physical to try out. See Coach Jester or Coach Washburn if you are interested in trying out.
  • Girls Basketball will begin tryouts Monday December 7th from 5:15 to 7:30. You must have a completed physical form on file or bring one with you on December 7th to turn in before tryouts. You must have a physical to try out.
  • Girls basketball open gym will be from 6 to 7:30 Thursday, December 3rd in the new gym.
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Get Organized:

    • When you log-in to the Canvas portal, there is a button on the left hand side of the screen that says Calendar. As your teachers put due dates on assignments, they show up on that calendar to help you plan ahead to make sure you get all of your assignments done on time. It’s important that you use the Canvas calendar, Google calendar, an agenda, or other method of tracking due dates to help with time management.

    Give this tip a try this morning and throughout the day to improve your learning and become a more successful learner! If you feel you need additional support with this tip, ask your teacher or school counselor for assistance.


December 1st:    
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Monday, December, 7 and Tuesday, December 8 from 2:30-4:30. You must have a completed VHSL physical to try out. See Coach Jester or Coach Washburn if you are interested in trying out.
  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Get Organized:

    • Did you know that you can get an e-mail from Canvas every time a teacher posts a new assignment, a new grade, or get a weekly summary of due dates for the following week? Next time you log into Canvas, click on Account on the far left hand corner and then click Notifications. At this menu, you can choose how often you get e-mails from Canvas reminding you of what you need to be getting done throughout the week! Just click the icon next to each listed item and choose Notify Immediately, Daily Summary, or Weekly Summary!

    Give this tip a try this morning and throughout the day to improve your learning and become a more successful learner!

November 2020 Announcements

posted Nov 4, 2020, 4:56 AM by Bobby Markey   [ updated Nov 30, 2020, 4:40 AM ]

November 30th:    
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Yearbooks are on sale for $75 until the end of December. In January the price will go up to $85. Get them while you can!
  • Attention: all student/athletes that are interested in swimming this winter season, there will be an organization meeting held in the new gym the morning of Tuesday, December 1st and Wednesday, December 2nd. The meeting will run about 30 minutes or so, and will start at 7:45 a.m.

    With all the challenges this year from Covid-19 and scheduling, there will be quite a bit of information to discuss.

    Remember one of the safest places to be is in the water (if you can swim).

  • Today’s Key to Successful Learning to focus on is Get Organized:

    • Did you know that you can get an e-mail from Canvas every time a teacher posts a new assignment, a new grade, or get a weekly summary of due dates for the following week? Next time you log into Canvas, click on Account on the far left hand corner and then click Notifications. At this menu, you can choose how often you get e-mails from Canvas reminding you of what you need to be getting done throughout the week! Just click the icon next to each listed item and choose Notify Immediately, Daily Summary, or Weekly Summary!

    Give this tip a try this morning and throughout the day to improve your learning and become a more successful learner!


November 24th:
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Girls basketball open gym today from 6-7:30 in the new gym.
  • Attention: all student/athletes that are interested in swimming this winter season, there will be an organization meeting held in the new gym the morning of Tuesday, December 1st and Wednesday, December 2nd. The meeting will run about 30 minutes or so, and will start at 7:45 a.m.

    With all the challenges this year from Covid-19 and scheduling, there will be quite a bit of information to discuss.

    Remember one of the safest places to be is in the water (if you can swim).

  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! The Keys to Successful Learning are:

    • Get Organized

    • Create a Routine

    • Be Accountable

    • Ask for Support

    Review your handout and the posters around the building to refresh your memory on what each one means and make these your focus this week as we head into Thanksgiving Break!


November 23rd:    
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! The Keys to Successful Learning are:

    • Get Organized

    • Create a Routine

    • Be Accountable

    • Ask for Support

    Review your handout and the posters around the building to refresh your memory on what each one means and make these your focus this week as we head into Thanksgiving Break!


November 18th:    
  • Any student needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize to get your application. There are, also, applications available in the main office. We will have another group going in December. Please sign up soon if you would like to go with that group.
  • Open gym for girls basketball will be today from 6:00 to 7:30 in the new gym.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Ask for Support! This includes:

    • Contact your parents, teachers, and school counselors when you need help

    • Connect with your peers, both in-school and out-of-school

    • Remembering that is it OK to reach out for support. No one should struggle alone in silence.

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS!


November 17th:    
  • Juniors in english class this semester- writing SOL testing continues today. You should be in your testing room at this time if you are in a first or second block class - if not, please go there now. All english students with a third or fourth block class will report to the cafeteria at the beginning of 3rd block for lunch and then report to their testing room after lunch.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Be Accountable! This includes:

    • Holding yourself accountable to finish your schoolwork

    • Sticking to your schedule

    • Knowing your deadlines and sticking to those as well

    • Having a backup plan in case of an emergency

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS!


November 16th:    
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Be Accountable! This includes:

    • Holding yourself accountable to finish your schoolwork

    • Sticking to your schedule

    • Knowing your deadlines and sticking to those as well

    • Having a backup plan in case of an emergency

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS!


November 11th:    
  • Juniors in english class this semester- writing SOL testing continues today. You should be in your testing room at this time if you are in a first or second block class - if not, please go there now. All english students with a third or fourth block class will report to the cafeteria at the beginning of 3rd block for lunch and then report to their testing room after lunch.
  • The robotics club is meeting every week after school on Wednesdays from 2:20 to 3:00pm in Room 503. If you want to be a part of this new club and learn how to build, program, and drive robots stop by. No prior knowledge of computers or programming is required... All are welcome.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Create a Routine! This includes:

    • Creating a schedule to do schoolwork every day

    • Talking with your boss to make sure your school work is your #1 priority

    • Setting an alarm then following the schedule you made for that day

    • Taking breaks from studying when you need them

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS! If you need help with creating a routine for yourself, talk with your school counselor or teacher for extra assistance.


November 10th:    
  • Juniors! If you are in an English class THIS SEMESTER, you are taking the writing SOL today. You should be in your testing room at this time if you are in a first or second block class - if not, please go there now. Any English student with a third or fourth block class will report to the cafeteria at the beginning of 3rd block and will move to their testing room after lunch.
  • The robotics club is meeting every week afterschool on Thursdays from 2:20 to 3:00pm in Room 503. If you want to be a part of this new club and learn how to build, program, and drive robots stop by. No prior knowledge of computers or programming is required... All are welcome.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Get Organized! This includes:

    • Utilizing the CANVAS notifications and feedback

    • Writing down what is due every week

    • Finding a specific place to do your work that limits distractions

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS!


November 9th:    
  • Juniors! If you are in an English class THIS SEMESTER, you are taking the writing SOL today. You should be in your testing room at this time if you are in a first or second block class - if not, please go there now. Any English student with a third or fourth block class will report to the cafeteria at the beginning of 3rd block and will move to their testing room after lunch.
  • The robotics club is meeting every week afterschool on Wednesdays from 2:20 to 3:00pm in Room 503. If you want to be a part of this new club and learn how to build, program, and drive robots stop by. No prior knowledge of computers or programming is required... All are welcome.
  • Open gym for girls basketball will be this evening at 6 pm in the new gym.
  • Here at BHS, we want you to become a strong student, both in-school and at home! So every day, we will discuss how you can improve your day-to-day learning! Today’s Key to Successful Learning is Get Organized! This includes:

    • Utilizing the CANVAS notifications and feedback

    • Writing down what is due every week

    • Finding a specific place to do your work that limits distractions

    Make these your focus this week and you will be on your way to greater SUCCESS!


November 5th:    
  • Underclassmen make up photos will be taken THIS FRIDAY (tomorrow) November 6 from 9-3. You must have a photo taken by LifeTouch to be in the yearbook!
  • The robotics club is meeting every week afterschool on Thursdays from 2:20 to 3:00pm in Room 503. If you want to be a part of this new club and learn how to build, program, and drive robots stop by. No prior knowledge of computers or programming is required... All are welcome.
  • Girls soccer interest meeting Monday 11/9 and Tuesday 11/10 in Ms. Williams health room 801 at 7:30AM.
  • We are happy to announce that Brookville High School was named the Best Public School by the News Advance 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards! Thank you to all those who voted and it takes the hard work of our entire community of students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators to earn a title as honorable as Best Public School. So keep up the great work everyone!

November 4th:    
Underclassmen make up photos will be taken THIS FRIDAY November 6 from 9-3. You must have a photo taken by LifeTouch to be in the yearbook!
- The robotics club is meeting every week afterschool on Wednesdays from 2:20 to 3:00pm in Room 503. If you want to be a part of this new club and learn how to build, program, and drive robots stop by. No prior knowledge of computers or programming is required... All are welcome.
- Girls basketball will have Open Gym tonight from 6 to 745.
- We are happy to announce that Brookville High School was named the Best Public School by the News Advance 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards! Thank you to all those who voted and it takes the hard work of our entire community of students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators to earn a title as honorable as Best Public School. So keep up the great work everyone!

October 2020 Announcements

posted Oct 1, 2020, 5:12 AM by bkramer@campbell.k12.va.us   [ updated Oct 26, 2020, 4:45 AM by Bobby Markey ]

October 26:
  • Seniors, please remember to complete the superlatives and quotes Google Form on the class canvas page. These are due October 30!
  • BHS Spirit MONTH is here! Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, continuing with School Spirit Day today. Check out the other awesome days coming up: October 28-29: Halloween Day

  • This week is your last reminder to get your artwork from last school year. Mrs. Bolling and Mr. Shuler have it ready for you-communicate with them to arrange a time to pick up. After this week, no announcement will be made and after Nov. 6th your work will no longer be available to you.
  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for road and range, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application in the multi-purpose room. There is a new group starting at the beginning of November.
  • We are happy to announce that Brookville High School was named the Best Public School by the News Advance 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards! Thank you to all those who voted and it takes the hard work of our entire community of students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators to earn a title as honorable as Best Public School. So keep up the great work everyone!

October 22:
  • Seniors, please remember to complete the superlatives and quotes Google Form on the class canvas page. These are due October 30!
  • BHS Spirit MONTH is here! Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, continuing with Movie/Disney Character Day today. Check out the other awesome days coming up:

    October 26-27: School Spirit Day

    October 28-29: Halloween Day

  • Current art students and former art students are encouraged to pick up projects from last year. Mrs. Bolling and Mr. Shuler have saved each project for you, and will gladly help you get your work to take home. Please contact your art teacher in advance via email or in person to schedule a time to pick up your work. After Nov. 6th, artwork will be dispersed, repurposed, and recycled.

October 21:
  • Seniors, please remember to complete the superlatives and quotes Google Form on the class canvas page. These are due October 30!
  • BHS Spirit MONTH is here! Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, continuing with Movie/Disney Character Day today. Check out the other awesome days coming up:

    October 26-27: School Spirit Day

    October 28-29: Halloween Day

  • Current art students and former art students are encouraged to pick up projects from last year. Mrs. Bolling and Mr. Shuler have saved each project for you, and will gladly help you get your work to take home. Please contact your art teacher in advance via email or in person to schedule a time to pick up your work. After Nov. 6th, artwork will be dispersed, repurposed, and recycled.

October 20:
  • Current art students and former art students are encouraged to pick up projects from last year. Mrs. Bolling and Mr. Shuler have saved each project for you, and will gladly help you get your work to take home. Please contact your art teacher in advance via email or in person to schedule a time to pick up your work. After Nov. 6th, artwork will be dispersed, repurposed, and recycled.
  • BHS Spirit MONTH is here! Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, continuing with Pink Out Day today. Check out the other awesome days coming up:

    October 21-22: Movie/Disney Character Day

    October 26-27: School Spirit Day

    October 28-29: Halloween Day


October 11:
  • Current art students and former art students are encouraged to pick up projects from last year. Mrs. Bolling and Mr. Shuler have saved each project for you, and will gladly help you get your work to take home. Please contact your art teacher in advance via email or in person to schedule a time to pick up your work. After Nov. 6th, artwork will be dispersed, repurposed, and recycled.
  • Attention sophomores and juniors! The PSAT is coming up on Wednesday, October 14th! ALL sophomores as well as those juniors who signed up for the PSAT must report directly to your testing room instead of your first period class. Most students will test in the OLD GYM unless you were told otherwise. Calculators and pencils are provided for you - please bring a snack and a drink since you will be eating during 2nd lunch on Wednesday. See Mrs. Carlson if you have any questions or concerns.
  • BHS Spirit MONTH is here! Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, continuing with Tye Dye Day today. Check out the other awesome days coming up:

    October 12-13: Tye Dye Day

    October 14-15: Christmas in October

    October 19-20: Pink Out Day (Breast Cancer Awareness)

    October 21-22: Movie/Disney Character Day

    October 26-27: School Spirit Day

    October 28-29: Halloween Day


October 08:
  • Open Gym for girls basketball will be after school on Monday and Thursday starting Oct 5th & Oct 8th.
  • If you are interested in being a part of the indoor track team this season please stop by and see Coach Foster or Coach Harrison for more information.

October 01:
  • 2020 Yearbooks are in! See Mrs. Brumfield if you have any questions on them.  2021 yearbooks will be on sale for $65 until October 9. This is the lowest price of the year so get them while you can!!

  • Boys basketball open gyms are starting next week. If you are interested, see Coach Jester for more information

  • Wrestling workouts will be starting soon! If you are interested in joining the team please see Coach Harris downstairs in Room 801 for more information!

  • Open gym for girls basketball will be after school on Monday and Thursday starting Oct 5th & Oct 8th.

  • If you are interested in being a part of the indoor track team this season please stop by and see Coach Foster or Coach Harrison for more information. 

  • BHS Spirit MONTH is coming!  Whether you’re in-person or at home, get ready to dress to impress, starting with Favorite Sports Team Day on October 5-6.  Check out the other awesome days coming up:

  • October 7-8: Camo Day
  • October 12-13: Tye Dye Day     
    October 14-15: Christmas in October
    October 19-20: Pink Out Day (Breast Cancer Awareness)
    October 21-22: Movie/Disney Character Day
    October 26-27: School Spirit Day 
    October 28-29:  Halloween Day

September 2020 Announcements

posted Sep 15, 2020, 9:20 AM by bkramer@campbell.k12.va.us   [ updated Sep 30, 2020, 4:47 AM ]

September 30:
  • 2020 Yearbooks are in! See Mrs. Brumfield if you have any questions on them.  2021 yearbooks will be on sale for $65 until October 9. This is the lowest price of the year so get them while you can!!

  • Boys basketball open gyms are starting next week. If you are interested, see Coach Jester for more information

  • Wrestling workouts will be starting soon! If you are interested in joining the team please see Coach Harris downstairs in Room 801 for more information!

  • Open gym for girls basketball will be after school on Monday and Thursday starting Oct 5th & Oct 8th. 


September 29:
  • 2020 Yearbooks are in! See Mrs. Brumfield if you have any questions on them. 2021 yearbooks will be on sale for $65 until October 9. This is the lowest price of the year so get them while you can!!

  • Boys basketball open gyms are starting next week. If you are interested, see Coach Jester for more information.
  • Wrestling workouts will be starting soon! If you are interested in joining the team please see Coach Harris downstairs in Room 801 for more information!

September 28:
  • 2020 Yearbooks are in! See Mrs. Brumfield if you have any questions on them. 2021 yearbooks will be on sale for $65 until October 9. This is the lowest price of the year so get them while you can!!

  • Boys basketball open gyms are starting next week. If you are interested, see Coach Jester for more information.

September 25, 2020
  • Any junior or senior needing to sign up for range and road, please see Mrs. Martin or Mr. Glaize for an application. There are also applications in the main office. Application and payment must be received to get on the list.

  • Students, did you know you can still return library books?  If you have a library book from last year, please drop it in the book drop at the front of the library!

  • A reminder to all students: cell phone use is not permitted during the school day, including lunch.

Summer 2020 Update

posted Jul 27, 2020, 9:20 AM by bkramer@campbell.k12.va.us   [ updated Jul 27, 2020, 9:21 AM ]

Check back here for daily updates once school is in session!

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