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  • Graduation Ceremony
     

     
    We are excited to share the YouTube link to our graduation ceremony:  https://youtu.be/yQUPBGweiuU.  The link will become live at 9am on Saturday or anytime thereafter per your family's convenience.  The link will be unavailable until then and it will show a blank screen if clicked.
     
    We will be sharing the link on our homepage, Twitter and Facebook as well, and we have sent the link to the Class of 2020 via Canvas.  
     
    On behalf of all the faculty and staff at Bloomington High School South, we hope you enjoy the ceremony and Congratulations!




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  • Class of 2020 and Families,

    Our graduation ceremony will be aired on May 30th at 9am. During the week of July 6th, we will have an opportunity to host our graduating seniors for a “walk the stage” parent photo opportunity. On this date, parents will have a chance to capture a photograph, in a socially-distanced environment, of the graduate in cap and gown crossing the auditorium stage. Families that plan to participate will need to bring their diploma, as well as cap and gown to be returned afterwards.

    Previously communicated timelines for picking up diplomas on May 27th, are still in place. If interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, please do not return cap and gown on June 2nd. More details will be forthcoming. We look forward to celebrating this milestone with our graduates.
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  • 2020-21 Student Schedules

    Schedules for 2020-21 are available to view in Skyward.  This schedule is reflective of the course requests you made.  We are not able to make adjustments based on periods, trimesters, lunches or other preferences as we work to ensure proper class enrollment.  

     
    Please do check to make sure there are no errors within your schedule (signed up for the wrong level of a course, missing a part of a class, etc).  Adjustments will be made for completed summer school courses and the need to retake courses. Schedules may change prior to school starting due to balancing and some staffing changes. Our priority is to ensure that students are enrolled in the correct classes and remain on track for timely graduation.  
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  • Please take a moment to answer a brief 10-question survey from Bloomington High School South: https://mccsc.parentlink.net/surveys/?rx=Sqj95%7C&ry=KTEoQMORs6q%7CRpJao-fe&ro=VDL1YXbU%7Cg%24d
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  • Summer Reading 2020-2021
     
    While we encourage all students to read this summer, because of these unique circumstances at this time, we are suspending the summer reading requirement for 9th grade English Honors and 10th grade English Honors courses. 
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  • 2020 MCCSC High School Summer School
     
    MCCSC High School Summer School will begin on June 2nd and end on July 9th.  Classes will not be held on July 3rd to observe the July 4th holiday.  
     
    As in past years, work will be online using the PLATO program.  All work will be completed at home.  Support will be available during this time through both Plato instructors and licensed Math teachers.  
     
    The focus of summer school is for students to recover credits that are needed for graduation.  If your student is unsure of what credits they need to take, please contact their high school counselor who will review their transcript with them.  Students may select up to two (2) classes.
     
    Please complete the Google Registration Form to register for summer school.  
     
    Again, please remember students are allowed to select up to two (2) classes and should contact their counselor with class selection questions.  Contact Barb Stork (bstork@mccsc.edu) with general summer school questions.
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  • Attention All Incoming 9th Graders:

    While we encourage all students to read this summer, because of these unique circumstances at this time, we are suspending the summer reading requirement for 9th grade English.  If students wish to read the books that were on the reading list,  the titles are The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd and Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford; however, students will not be required to read these books. 

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  • FOR THE MOST CURRENT MCCSC INFORMATION REGARDING OUR RESPONSE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PLEASE SEE MCCSC CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

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  • Updated 3/27/20

    Click Here to read the new Contingency Learning Plan Guidance for Parents 

     

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  • Online Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now open! 

    Online Registration and new student online enrollment is now open for the 2020-2021 academic year. Parents may login to their Skyward account for returning student online registration. Also, www.mccsc.edu/enrollment contains additional information, FAQ's and parent tutorials. This years process boasts a revamp, substantially reducing the number of steps to completion! Registration is most easily completed on a desktop but if using a tablet or smartphone, landscape orientation is recommended. 

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  • Severe Allergy

    Due to a severe allergy, NO latex materials (including balloons) are allowed inside Bloomington High School South. 

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  • MCCSC Parents and Guardians,
    It is a pleasure to serve your student in the Monroe County Community School Corporation. We understand that in order for students to be successful in school, they must receive the proper daily nutrition. We strive to meet the nutritional needs of our students each and every day.
    Please note that the 2018-2019 free/reduced lunch application grace window will be expiring Sept 18th. If your child obtained free/reduced lunch assistance last school year they will need to reapply for the 2019-2020 school year.

    APPLY HERE

    WHO CAN GET FREE OR REDUCED PRICE MEALS?
    All children in households receiving benefits from SNAP (Food Stamps) or TANF, are eligible for free meals.
    Foster children that are under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or court are eligible for free meals.
    Children participating in their school’s Head Start program are eligible for free meals.
    Children who meet the definition of homeless, runaway, or migrant are eligible for free meals.
    Children may receive free or reduced price meals if your household’s income is within the limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals if your household income falls at or below the limits on this chart.
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    Thank you,
    MCCSC Food Services Department

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  • Check out BHSS SRT Show on YouTube

    Stay updated on all of the happenings around the Bloomington South through our YouTube Channel. Click Here to Subscribe

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  • BHSS is on Twitter!

    Join us at @bhsspanthers for highlights and pictures of Panthers in action.

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  • FTK!

    Thank you to everyone who made Miracles Happen at Dance Marathon. This type of fundraiser leads to life saving advances in research and practices that is saving lives. As we heard Saturday, without these types of efforts, several of the families we met wouldn’t be here. For everyone that contributed time, effort or a donation—congratulations on helping raise $165,516.01 For the Kids. FTK!

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  • Something on your mind?

    Meadows - Texting Hotline

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  • Be Smart: A conversation about kids, guns, and safety

    Bloomington South is joining the MCCSC in the Be Smart Campaign. We will be sharing information and videos from Be Smart to help all of us share in the responsibility of keeping our kids safe! Learn more by clicking on the image below. 

    Be Smart Flyer

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  • Optimist

    What's it like to view a medical school cadaver? Have questions about the new Wi-Fi in the building? Or want to hear what junior, CJ miller thinks about politics? Optimist has you covered! Visit our website bloomingtonsouthoptimist.org or check out our new podcast series, Optimize, on Spotify!

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  • Follow the Gothic Staff

    The Gothic staff is ramping up its social media presence.  Please follow us on Insta @bhssgothic, on Twitter @gothicyearbook, and on FB @ BHSS Gothic Yearbook.  

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  • After school tutoring

    After school tutoring in the library on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3-4. Everyone is welcome!

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  • Day of Hope

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Day of Hope. With your help, we were able to raise $22,915.94 for the kids at Riley!!! FTK!!!

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  • Bloomington South on Facebook

    Bloomington South is now officially running our Facebook page. Check in at https://www.facebook.com/bloomingtonhighschoolsouth/

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  • Call the
    SAFE SCHOOL HOTLINE
    (812) 330-2494
     
    Help Keep our Schools Safe
     
     
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    A confidential means of reporting unsafe conditions that could harm students, staff or the school.
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