BHSN Unified Track Places 5th at State
Congratulations to the BHSN Unified Track team for their amazing season. The team competed in the state tournament on June 5th and finished 5th overall. Way to go Unified Track!
BHSN will conduct laptop and textbook return from May 26-28, 2021. The process will differ depending on whether a student is attending class online or in-person. Details are as follows:
In-Person Students: In-person students will return their device on Wednesday, May 26, at the end of their third block class. Teachers will collect the laptop and charger, catalogue the asset tag on both, and return them to our Computer Repair and Maintenance (CRAM) program. Teachers will not inspect the device for damage; that assessment will be done by members of the technology department.
In-person students will return any textbooks or school-issued items directly to their teachers in class.
Online Students: Online-only students will be able to return their devices and chargers on Thursday, May 27 between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and Friday, May 28 between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. A tent will be stationed outside North’s main entrance and CRAM team members will be on-hand to receive the devices.
Online-only students should also return any textbooks, library books, or other school-issued items at this time.
Early Collection: If a device needs to be returned early, it may be brought directly to CRAM (Rm 216). Please note that students who return a device will not be issued a loaner device in the event one is needed for class.
Wifi Hotspots: Wifi Hotspots issued by the corporation should also be turned in; device, charging cable, case it came in.
Invoices for missing and/or damaged equipment will be mailed to families on or around the week of June 14.
Please reach out to me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (812-330-7724) if you have any questions.
JaQualon Roberts 2021 Outstanding Black Leader of Tomorrow
JaQualon "JQ" Roberts, a sophomore at Bloomington High School North, was the high school male recipient. The individual who nominated Roberts said he was involved with the Monroe County Community School Corp.’s re-entry committee as a student representative. He’s active in the community and aspires to study sports management, sports nutrition or athletic training, with a goal of becoming one of the best players in the NBA. Roberts said he was honored to be selected.
Roberts thanked his mom for always being there for him and teaching him everything he knows. He said she’s his hero and “one of the hardest working people in this world.” He thanked mentors, friends and family and had a message for his peers, encouraging them to stay focused and get their education, acknowledging the added difficulties due to COVID-19.
“You can still be cool while being kind and helping others,” Roberts said. “The world will be a better place if we can work together on our goals and achieve them.”
The City of Bloomington and the Indiana University Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center commemorate National Black History Month with a celebration of the perseverance of Black people across the Diaspora. The 2021 Black History Month celebration theme was “The Show Goes On.''
Click here to view the Black History Month 2021 Virtual Gala.
Intro starts at 0:17
Show starts at 16:04
Outstanding Black Leader of Tomorrow Awards start at 39:45
Congratulations to Aaron Steinfeldt! BHSN’s Mr. Football-Tight End (and 3 sport athlete) who was presented an All-Star jersey that will hang in the Cougar Den!
Boys Track and Field Sectional and Regional Champions
Congratulations to the 2021 IHSAA BHSN Boys Track and Field Sectional and Regional Champions!
Girls Track and Field Sectional Champions
Congratulations to the 2021 IHSAA BHSN Girls Track and Field Sectional Champions!
Girls Tennis wins Sectional
Bloomington North Girls Tennis claims the 2021 Sectional Championship with a 5-0 win over BNL. Congratulations Cougars!
Girls Cross Country Sectional Champions
Student-Athletes of the Year
GEMS Club Participate in National Competition
BHSN Science Olympiad
BHSN science Olympiad team placed 3rd in the State Science Olympiad competition held Saturday March 20th organized by Purdue University. The team had 23 medals from 23 events wihich included 13 top 4 placements and 20 top 7 placements. This is their best placement in 7 years although the team has consistently placed top 5 in the state competition. Awesome job BHSN Science Olympiad!
MCCSC WIFI Hotspots
Three locations have been designated as drive-through WiFi hotspots throughout the contingency learning period. They are at the following locations: the Bloomington High School North Athletics/Hoosier Hills Career Center parking lot; Bloomington High School South's parking lot; and Indiana University's Orange Lot (located between Memorial Stadium and Assembly Hall). If you do not have internet access at home, your student can use their school-issued laptop to access Canvas to download and upload assignments at these locations between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. each day. Please remain in your vehicle at these locations and only use the resource for school-related work.
Parents and guardians should call the attendance line voicemail to report an absence, late arrival or early dismissal. If requesting an early dismissal for your student, please allow at least 45 minutes for passes to be delivered. Students will be unexcused unless a parent or guardian calls in to excuse their absence. The attendance line voicemail is 812.349.4704 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Thank you.
One to One Student Learning Device Info
Families and Students should review the guidelines regarding the student learning devices. these guidelines have been set by MCCSC and approved by the School Board on 07/29/15. Also, please read the Student Device Care instructions found on the MCCSC High School 1:1 Page. High school student learning devices will be distributed to all students during the first week of school beginning with seniors and eding with freshman.
Click here to see the 1:1 Device Video
Mrs. Brittain-Watts Interview