Dec 19 - 22 Important Announcements
THE WEEK AHEAD - ATHLETICS News
Though BHS wrestling lost to Shakopee 13-66, Congratulations to:
- Jamison Joubert - Fall
- Michel Douhe - 12-4 MD
- Mambu Sonie - 9-6 over the 2022 MN State Runner-up!
Attendance is a key factor in student success! Parents are strongly encouraged to schedule appointments outside of the school day. If your student must miss school, please follow the following procedures in accordance with our attendance policy to ensure the absence is excused:
- All Day Absence – Parent/Guardian must call the attendance line (952-707-2104) as soon as possible in the morning to report the absence. If this is not possible, parents may send a signed note to school when the student returns.
- Arriving Late to School – Parent/Guardian must call the attendance line (952-707- 2104) as soon as possible in the morning AND the student must complete the sign-in form in the Main Office when they arrive to school. If a call is not possible, the student can bring a signed note to the office when they arrive to school AND complete the sign in form. If the student does not sign in upon arrival to school, they will not be excused.
- Leaving Early from School (for an appointment, etc.) - Parent/Guardian must call the attendance line (952-707-2104) before 10:00 am AND the student must pick up their departure pass before leaving school. With the pass in hand, they are able to walk out of the building at the appropriate time eliminating the need for parents to come into the building. If the student is returning to school after the appointment, they should bring their departure pass back into the Office and get signed back in to school.
PLEASE NOTE: If students are leaving school due to illness, they need to check out through the health office in order to be excused. A parent/guardian needs to be contacted by a nurse, and a pass will be issued for students when leaving school. We cannot go back and excuse students who do not check out before leaving. If they do not check out, they will not be excused.
All yearbook informationbe found at burnsvilleyearbook.com
Senior portraits need to be submitted (to the website) by January 6, 2023
Yearbooks are $70 until November 22nd, price goes up at $75 until yearbook delivery in the spring, and then they are $80 until we sell out. They can only be purchased in advance online.
If you would like to have a different name listed in the yearbook than what is in our system, please fill out the link below. The name change request form is not just for gender-diverse students, but also students who go by a nickname or even their middle name.
BURNSVILLE SPIRIT STORE:
It's not too late to get those last minute gifts for all your Blaze fans! We've got t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, mittens, hats and lots of stocking stuffers! We will be open next week Tuesday 12/20 and Thursday 12/22 from 10-3:30 or simply order online and pick up in the BHS main office. Shopping Link: isd-191.square.site
The store will be closed 12/23 - 1/2 and will reopen on 1/3/23. All online orders received over the break will be fulfilled on 1/3. Happy holidays and thank you for supporting the Burnsville Spirit Store!
Women in STEM Meeting
Wednesday Dec. 21
We are going to be talking about upcoming events and do a chemistry activity with silver plating! Join us if you are interested! Ask Ms. Davidson (email@example.com or Rm. D106) If you have any questions.
Are you a Muslim who is looking for a safe community? Are you just interested in learning more about Islam?
There will be a Muslim Student Association Meeting after school on Tuesday, Dec. 20th in room E210. This is for any new or returning member!
This group will help foster discussions and plan events to bring unity within and across BHS communities.
The BHS Film Club has officially started! If you have an interest in film production and want to hang out with like minded people, then come to Room C266 every Monday after school. Meetings will be done in time for students to catch the activity bus if transportation is an issue.
COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
- Tues. 12/20 US Air Force - Cafeteria - All Lunch Modes
Attention all parents of Juniors
Genesys Works is now taking paid INTERNSHIP applications.
- Student applicants MUST be on track to graduate.
- Able to work 20 hours a week during senior year. Students typically work M-F 1-5 PM
- Committed to 8 weeks of training June through August.
Genesys Works is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for students to work in meaningful, paid internships at top Twin Cities corporations. They also provide free college, scholarship, and financial aid assistance during their senior year of high school.
What are the benefits of participating?
- At Genesys Works your child can pursue opportunities and invest in their future.
- It’s an opportunity to gain real-world skills like public speaking, Microsoft Office, business technology, teamwork, and more – and they’ll earn college credit!
- It’s a paid corporate internship where students will work for 12 months at one of the top companies in the Twin Cities like 3M, Medtronic, Target, or Ameriprise Financial earning $16,000 their senior year!
- It’s a plan for their future because they work 1:1 with students to create and implement their plan for what to do after they graduate high school
- It’s access to a long-lasting network because after they graduate high school, students will still have opportunities to enter internships, attend workshops, and build a network with Twin Cities professionals.
Who are they looking for?
They are seeking students who are interested in having a successful professional career and want to be exposed to a business environment before starting college. While their internships are technology and business focused, they do not require any prior knowledge of technology or business to be a part of the program, Genesys Works will teach participants everything they need to know.
How do I learn more information? Genesys Works website http://genesysworks.org/
Or connect with a Genesys Works staff member by emailing GWTCrecruitment@genesysworks.org
191 Community Pantry Free Food Distribution 1st/3rd Tuesdays at DEC
The 191 Community Pantry is a free, drive by/pick up food distribution open to the public including BHS students and families on the 1st/3rd Tuesdays starting at 2 PM at Diamondhead Education Center, Door 9 Pleasant Avenue entrance. The Pantry also has a Fresh Produce Distribution the 2nd/4th Tuesdays through the end of October -- same location/same time. For more information please visit: www.tinyurl.com/brainpower191.
BRAINPOWER IN A BACKPACK
BrainPower in a BackPack is back in action and providing weekend food packages to students in need across District 191. For those new to District 191, Brainpower in a BackPack is our hunger relief program providing food assistanceto students, families and community members in need. BrainPower's Thursday pack is an opt-in program providing a weekend food package to students; the 191 Community Pantry is a year round, pop up food pantry distributing a grocery bag of items the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at Diamondhead.
BRAINPOWER WEBSITE LINK -- www.tinyurl.com/brainpower191
We try to have all the important information listed and updated in regards to BrainPower including the year round 191 Community Pantry pop up food distribution at Diamondhead.
BrainPower in a BackPack -- Thursday weekend food pack
- WHAT IS BRAINPOWER -- VIDEO
- BRAINPOWER INFO FLYER
- BRAINPOWER STUDENT ONLINE SIGN UP -- www.tinyurl.com/bpbpsignup
BrainPower is available to all District 191 students Preschool - 12th grade. We are currently distributing to students at all preschool, elementary, middle and high schools
To sign up a student, contact your school's social worker or email Pam Voigt at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the BrainPower online student sign up link below.