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  • MCCSC's Update Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Please Click Here for Updated Information 

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  • 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.

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  • Additional Wifi Hotspots

    In addition to MCCSC free WiFi spots, we have received news that Smithville is providing two locations for free WiFi service:

    • Marci Jane Lewis Park
      106 S. Park Street, Ellettsville, IN 47429
    • Monroe County Fairgrounds
      5700 W. Airport Road, Bloomington, IN 47403
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  • Message from CRAM

    When your laptop doesn't turn on, even though you had it on charger, try this method:

    1. With laptop plugged in to power, press power button and hold for 10 seconds
    2. Still holding in power button, begin rapidly pressing the F2 button
    3. After 5 seconds, Release the power button and continue pressing the F2 button until you see the F12 light flicker for a second. 
    4. Now press power button once, maybe twice, and it should turn on normally.
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  • BHSN Digital Library

    The BHSN Digital Library has resources for distance learning, research, and current events. Click Here for the school’s library page and search the databases in the middle column. Click Here for additional resources.

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  • Returning Books and Accessing eBooks

    1. Returning books
      1. No students will be charged for exceeding the three-week checkout time.
    2. How to access electronic resources
      1. For step-by-step directions and a short explanation of the MCPL ebook sites, check out the library Canvas page under Books 
      2. This info is under the Books module on BHSN Students - 2020
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  • BHSN in the News

     
       
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  • Cougar Pawsitivity

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  • BHSN Parent Update

    Please Click HERE for Important Information. 

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  • BHSN Scheduling 2020

    High School Scheduling

    Middle School Scheduling

     
    Click HERE for Course Guide

    Click HERE for Selection Sheets

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  • BHSN Science Olympiad

    BHSN science Olympiad team placed second at the Butler regional today February 29th and qualified for the state competition at Purdue. Both teams placed in the top 5 positions in 21 out of 23 events with 15 top 3 placements.

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  • Japanese Olympiad of Indiana

    Placed 3rd for each level at this all-state competition!

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  • Wow!

    WOW is an engineering event hosted by the Society of Women Engineers at Ivy Tech Bloomington

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  • Best Buddies

    Best Buddies will have their February event Thursday, February 20th in the LGI after school till 4pm.

     

     

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  • Unified Track

    Unified Track will have a Call Out Meeting Wednesday, February 19th at 3 in the LGI for anyone who is interested in running track. If you are unable to attend the call out, please see Mrs. Fleener in room 203 for information.

     

     

     

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  • Student Athletic Board

    Student Athletic Board will be holding a Limitless Cougar Cub Camp for Girls 2/29 and Boys 3/7 from 9:30 – 1pm.  Click HERE for registration form 

     

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  • Practical Arts

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  • BHSN Second Semester Testing

    Click Here for Sencond Semester Testing Information

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  • February 2020 ILEARN Biology End-of-Course Assessment Test Window

     Students who have completed the High School Biology course at some time in their high school enrollment, but who have not taken a Biology ECA, will participate in the ILEARN Biology ECA from February 2-14, 2020.

    Students currently enrolled in a Biology course will take the Biology ECA in the April 20 through May 15, 2020 test window.

     

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  • Meal Packing Celebration 

     

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    Ap Students

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  • BHSN Cyber Encounters

     Students from BHSN attended the Cyber Encounters Cyber security workshop at Purdue University on Wednesday Nov 6th and they placed 3rd out of about twenty schools at the competition part of the event.

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  • Spell Bowl

    Bloomington North Spell Bowl, coached by Mr. Philbeck, won first place in their regional competition at Center Grove on November 4 to become one of 14 teams to advance to the state meet at Purdue University on November 16. This is the second consecutive year for BHSN to make the finals. Team members are (from L to R) Chandler Carter (volunteer proctor), Nathan Abdullah, Kai Anderson, Arpan Bose, Miles Saltsman, Steve Philbeck (coach), Olivia Kaiser, Hayden Powers, MacKenzie Carver, Roudra Chatterjea, Finn Champagne, Delia Bratton, and Courtney Arthur. After the final competition, the team will enjoy a trip to Triple XXX Family Restaurant to celebrate our trip to state (our “other” annual goal).

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  • Civil Rights History Club

    We saw so many things on the Civil Rights History Club to Alabama this summer! 16th st Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Civil Rights Institute, 4th Avenue Business District (some of our boys got free haircuts at the barbershop while we listened to real life advice from a local man who bought them a giant bag of chicken wings) In Birmingham. In Selma we visited the Voting Rights Museum, had an interactive experience at the slavery museum, and walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. In Montgomery, we went to the Rosa Parks museum, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, the Legacy Museum, hung out on the front porch of MLKJ’s house, and spent some time sitting on the steps of the capital. In Memphis...the Lorraine Motel, and ended our trip with food at Central Barbecue, and a walk on Beale Street. 
    Of course, the evening swims and hanging out together in the dorm was a blast too, and a nice way to recover after all the learning each day.

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  • BHSN FCCLA
    The Bloomington chapter of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America attended the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California   Doria Day,a senior at BHSN, placed first in the occupational fashion construction competitive event, received a one-year scholarship to The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, and was awarded a BabyLock sewing machine. Ashleigh Heflin, also a senior, recieved the silver medal in the senior category of interior design and free CAD software for her future design projects!
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  • BHSN Spell Bowl

    Bloomington North Spell Bowl will be meeting soon.  If you are interested in joining, see Mr. Philbeck in room 401 or send email to sphilbec@mccsc.edu. 

    Last year we were state finalists and look forward to continued success this year.  Spelling in meets is done on paper and not at a podium in front of an audience. 

    The word list is ready for this year and you can get a copy on paper or electronically by either seeing Mr. Philbeck or by email.

    This is a fun group and we would love for YOU to join us. Don't fear it. 

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  • Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline

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  • Free Online Tutoring

    The Indiana University School of Education is offering free online tutoring to students. All tutoring is completed through Zoom where computer screens are shared. Interested students schould click here to to sign up. 

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  • Attendance Procedures

    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.

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  • 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

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  • Scheduled College Visits to BHSN

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    Click Here to view a lis of College/Organizatons visiting BHSN

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  • Mrs. Brittain-Watts Interview

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