Want to get more involved in volunteer work in the community? Wish you could improve your leadership skills? Want to make cool new friends along the way? Then join the Bloomington Key Club. Come to the call out meeting in the cafeteria on Wednesday, September 3rd, after school. Plan to stay until 3:30 to find out what we are all about. There will be snacks!
Camp Emma Lou training for any Panther Activity council members will be September 4th. If you would be interested in mentoring the 6th grade students at Camp Emma Lou, sign up at Mrs. Chrzastowski's office, take a permission slip and return it by September 3rd. See Mrs. Chrzastowski with any questions.
Attention all new or returning Diversity Club members! Our call out meeting will be Tuesday, September 2nd, after school, in Mrs. Tosti's room (A127). We hope to see many of you there as we start this fantastic new year and there will be snacks.
Hey student council members! We will be having a meeting after school this Thursday, August 28th, in room A323. The Freshmen members will be announced Wednesday at the end of the day and should be at the meeting. See you there!
We have one program visiting this week. The Rose-Hulman
Homework Hotline representatives will be visiting during the lunch hours this
Thursday, August 28. Students can stop by and talk to the representatives to
learn more about the free homework help program.
Read poetry at the 4th Street Festival of the
Arts on August 30th! It will be way cool! Sign up for 4th Street Festival
Poetry Panther Plus with Mrs. McDermott-Sipe on Thursday this week. Come by
A212 anytime and let Mrs. McDermott-Sipe know you are interested. There are
opportunities to write poetry on the spot for strangers, too, at the Festival,
so don't miss out!
Girls basketball open gym begins in September. This is only for anyone interested in playing girls basketball that is NOT in a fall sport. Pick up information in the Athletic office from Coach Winters.
Want to make a new friend while being in the coolest club at south? Join Best Buddies to create social inclusion for people with or without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Come to the brief call out meeting, in the cafeteria, on Friday, August 29th, after school. Come see what Best Buddies is all about!
MCCSC participates in the federal child nutrition programs. Eligible families receive free or reduced price meals and textbooks. You must apply each year to receive this assistance. If you have received this in the past you must reapply by September 16, 2014 to be eligible for continued services. Families that were not eligible last school year but think they might be eligible not can still apply. Applications are available at the school, the food service office and on the MCCSC website under food service.
Please note the deadline date for the application and take the necessary steps. If you do not reapply, your child will return to full price meals and textbooks for the 2014-15 school year beginning September 17, 2014.
The SAT Prep Course
offered at BHSS is enrolling now. The course begins Saturday, September
13th and runs through Wednesday, October 1st. The cost is $90 and
registration brochures can be picked up outside room A303 or A336.