Daily Announcements

    Daily announcements will be listed here each morning that school is in session. Please check this page often for important information.

    Wednesday, May 23

    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Track team who advanced to state! Sam Weldon, Katie Nix, Susie Beeber, Nora Steele, Allie Strzelecki, Rachel McCarthy, Kira Voelker, Marcie Stoots, Meg Howe, Allison Gerbers, and Erin Strzelecki.
    • Reminder to all Saints: Your service hours are best accomplished in the summer. Call ahead, make appointments, and have fun serving others. The service list is found under the Spirituality tab on the left side of the web site. Summer blessings from Mrs. Yorke.
    • Next season Senior wrestlers: Please see Coach Tone sometime today or tomorrow for an important information handout. Please get registered for Heart & Soul camp, June 10-21 here at BDHS.
    • Please make sure your locker is completely cleaned out, no debris, wrappers, bottles, etc. There should be NO graffiti in/on your locker. Any damage, including graffiti, will result in a $25 fine. If not paid, transcripts and/or grade cards will be withheld.
    • Any athlete interested in running cross-country should see Mrs. Brady in room 102 for a copy of the summer conditioning schedule.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are this week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th. See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up. Come after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Tuesday, May 22

    • Next season Senior wrestlers: Please see Coach Tone sometime today or tomorrow for an important information handout. Please get registered for Heart & Soul camp, June 10 - 21 her at BDHS.
    • Now is the time of year when you are cleaning out your lockers. You probably haven’t been to your locker all semester.You are probably wondering what your locker combination is…The Main Office will not be issuing locker combinations unless you pay a $2.00 fee. Per the Handbook on page 29, subtitle LOCKERS, A $2.00 fee is charged to receive lost locker combinations. So – unless you come to the Main Office with $2.00 – do not ask for your locker combination.
    • There will be a brief five minute meeting today at 11:15 a.m. in the weight room for all returning boys’ basketball players.
    • Any athlete interested in running cross-country should see Mrs. Brady in room 102 for a copy of the summer conditioning schedule.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are this week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th. See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom:Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up.Come after your finals. No meds will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Monday, May 21

    • Now is the time of year when you are cleaning out your lockers. You probably haven’t been to your locker all semester.You are probably wondering what your locker combination is…The Main Office will not be issuing locker combinations unless you pay a $2.00 fee. Per the Handbook on page 29, subtitle LOCKERS, A $2.00 fee is charged to receive lost locker combinations. So – unless you come to the Main Office with $2.00 – do not ask for your locker combination.
    • There will be a brief five minute meeting Tuesday at 11:15 am in the weight room for all returning boys’ basketball players.
    • Any athlete interested in running cross-country should see Mrs. Brady in room 102 for a copy of the summer conditioning schedule.
    • Anyone taking AP U.S. History next year needs to attend a morning meeting either Monday at 7:35 am or Monday after school. See Mrs. Bleeke in room 231. You must attend to get your books and summer assignment.
    • Taking AP Chemistry next year? Please plan to attend a meeting either Monday or Tuesday next week at 7:30 am in Mrs. Fairchild’s room, room 212, regarding the summer assignment.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are this week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th. See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers:There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger.See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Friday, May 18

    • JV softball and JV baseball games tonight are cancelled.
    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Tennis Team on a great season! Captain Cassidy Klinker, Laura Brust, and Savanna Henry were named first team All SAC, and Mercedes Gonzales and Olivia Wright were named to the second team All SAC.
    • Anyone taking AP U.S. History next year needs to attend a morning meeting either Friday or Monday at 7:35 am or Monday after school. See Mrs. Bleeke in room 231. You must attend to get your books and summer assignment.
    • Taking AP Chemistry next year? Please plan to attend a meeting either Monday or Tuesday next week at 7:30 am in Mrs. Fairchild’s room, room 212, regarding the summer assignment.
    • Please make sure you have money to cover your lunches for these last few days of school.
    • There will be a short meeting after school Friday for all those taking Photography One next year. It will start at 3:05 pm and last five to ten minutes, and will be in Mrs. Conroy’s room, room 163 in the Fine Arts wing.
    • Euell Wilson tutors are invited to eat pizza during their lunch period on Friday in the SAC lobby. Staff from the Center want to thank you for your 1,362 hours of service to the children.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are next week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th.  See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies.You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Thursday, May 17

    • Congratulations to the Girls’ Tennis Team on a great season! Captain Cassidy Klinker, Laura Brust, and Savanna Henry were named first team All SAC, and Mercedes Gonzales and Olivia Wright were named to the second team All SAC.
    • Anyone taking AP U.S. History next year needs to attend a morning meeting either Friday or Monday at 7:35 am or Monday after school. See Mrs. Bleeke in room 231. You must attend to get your books and summer assignment.
    • Taking AP Chemistry next year? Please plan to attend a meeting either Monday or Tuesday next week at 7:30 am in Mrs. Fairchild’s room, room 212, regarding the summer assignment.
    • Please make sure you have money to cover your lunches for these last few days of school.
    • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday and Friday for all those taking Photography One next year. It will start at 3:05 pm and last five to ten minutes, and will be in Mrs. Conroy’s room, room 163 in the Fine Arts wing.
    • Euell Wilson tutors are invited to eat pizza during their lunch period on Friday in the SAC lobby. Staff from the Center want to thank you for your 1,362 hours of service to the children.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are next week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th. See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Wednesday, May 16

    • Please make sure you have money to cover your lunches for these last few days of school.
    • There will be a short meeting after school Thursday and Friday for all those taking Photography One next year. It will start at 3:05 pm and last five to ten minutes, and will be in Mrs. Conroy’s room, room 163 in the Fine Arts wing.
    • Euell Wilson tutors are invited to eat pizza during their lunch period on Friday in the SAC lobby.Staff from the Center want to thank you for your 1,362 hours of service to the children.
    • Fall Color Guard call-outs are next week, May 21, 22, 23 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. If you cannot make it, please see Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th.See Mrs. Weadock or the web site for details.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Tuesday, May 15

    • Seniors, do you need some extra cash? FBLA needs your uniforms for the used uniform sale on June 4th. See Mrs. Weadock or the website for details.
    • Rosary Breakfast this Thursday at 7 a.m. in Pastoral Ministry. See Paddy Pierson to sign up to bring goodies.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • From the Nurse’s Office: all medications need to be picked up before the end of this week. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Monday, May 14

    • Boys’ Track and Field has a mandatory team meeting at 3:05 pm today in room 208 to pass out ribbons.
    • Seniors who didn’t attend Prom: Please stop by Mr. Garcia’s room, room 114, to pick up your senior keepsake gift.
    • Scrabble club meets Tuesday in room 204 at 7:15 am.Come pick up your chevron if you had good participation.
    • From the Nurse’s Office:all medications need to be picked up before the end of this week. Come after 2:30 pm, or next week after your finals. No medications will be left here over the summer; anything not picked up will be disposed of.
    • As you are cleaning out your lockers, please donate your re-usable supplies. You may bring them to Mrs. Wheeler in room 119, Mrs. Walker, or Mrs. Yorke in Pastoral Ministry.
    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • Seniors may turn in any prom pictures for the senior video until 5:00 pm today. Send to ecpeat@gmail.com
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics.Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.

    Friday, May 11

    • Lost and Found items are outside the Main Office. If you are missing something you might want to check the tables.
    • Seniors may turn in any prom pictures for the senior video until 5:00 pm on Monday, May 14. Send to ecpeat@gmail.com
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Wrestlers: There’s a great camp opportunity at a low cost posted on the coaches’ office bulletin board. Maconaquah High School has a short 2 day camp, and it’s only 1 ½ hours from Dwenger. See Coach Tone if interested; the camp focus is on takedowns and riding.
    • Junior Football players: please meet in the weight room today at 3:05 pm.
    • Seniors: It is time to vote for Senior Superlatives. Please go to the Senior page on Canvas and take the Senior Superlative quiz. It will close at midnight on Friday, May 11.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered.If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics.Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center tonight from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm.
    • After Prom will be held at Crazy Pinz on Lima Road from 11:00 pm to 2:00 am on Friday. Admission is free for BD seniors and $15 for non-BD guests. There will be free unlimited pizza, drinks, bowling, and laser tag. There are many big ticket door prize items such as a 50” LG HGTV, dorm room refrigerator, laptop, gas cards, and much more. Join us for a great night.

    Thursday, May 10

    • Congratulations to our varsity softball team on clinching the conference championship last night. Tonight is senior night to honor our five seniors:Victoria Fisher, Isabella McGillicuddy, Emily Anglin, Grace Renbarger, and Caitlyn Ryan. Please come out and show your support for all the years and dedication these young women have given to BD softball.
    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Seniors: It is time to vote for Senior Superlatives. Please go to the Senior page on Canvas and take the Senior Superlative quiz. It will close at midnight on Friday, May 11.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • FBLA end of the year banquet is Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Please sign up in Mrs. Weadock’s room. Tickets are $6 each. Chevrons and prizes will be awarded.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD.Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD.Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Boys’ soccer will have a meeting for all returning soccer players today at 4:30 in the cafeteria.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Pom Squad has a mandatory meeting tonight at 4:45 in the SAC gym. Please check your email for more information.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8 to 11 p.m. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold today through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • After Prom will be held at Crazy Pinz on Lima Road from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Friday.Admission is free for BD seniors and $15 for non-BD guests. There will be free unlimited pizza, drinks, bowling, and laser tag. There are many big ticket door prize items such as a 50” LG HGTV, dorm room refrigerator, laptop, gas cards, and much more.Join us for a great night.

    Wednesday, May 9

    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Seniors: It is time to vote for Senior Superlatives. Please go to the Senior page on Canvas and take the Senior Superlative quiz. It will close at midnight on Friday, May 11.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • FBLA end of the year banquet is Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Please sign up in Mrs. Weadock’s room. Tickets are $6 each. Chevrons and prizes will be awarded.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered.If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible.If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Boys’ soccer will have a meeting for all returning soccer players on Thursday at 4:30 pm in the cafeteria.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Pom Squad has a mandatory meeting Thursday at 4:45 pm in the SAC gym. Please check your email for more information.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold today through Wednesday during lunch. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • After Prom will be held at Crazy Pinz on Lima Road from 11:00 p. to 2:00 am on Friday. Admission is free for BD seniors and $15 for non-BD guests. There will be free unlimited pizza, drinks, bowling, and laser tag. There are many big ticket door prize items such as a 50” LG HGTV, dorm room refrigerator, laptop, gas cards, and much more. Join us for a great night.

    Tuesday, May 8

    • All Library books are now due. If you do not turn them in, your grade card and/or diploma will be held!
    • Seniors:It is time to vote for Senior Superlatives. Please go to the Senior page on Canvas and take the Senior Superlative quiz.It will close at midnight on Friday, May 11.
    • ON WEDNESDAY you will not be able to enter the SAC doors due to AP testing. Remember we have a one-hour delay on Wednesday.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • FBLA end of the year banquet is Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Please sign up in Mrs. Weadock’s room. Tickets are $6 each. Chevrons and prizes will be awarded.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • All freshman and sophomore awards not picked up on honor night can be picked up in the cafeteria during all lunches today.
    • Boys’ soccer will have a meeting for all returning soccer players on Thursday at 4:30 pm in the cafeteria.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Pom Squad has a mandatory meeting Thursday at 4:45 pm in the SAC gym. Please check your email for more information.
    • Seniors:This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”.The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold today through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • After Prom will be held at Crazy Pinz on Lima Road from 11:00 pm to 2:00 am on Friday. Admission is free for BD seniors and $15 for non-BD guests. There will be free unlimited pizza, drinks, bowling, and laser tag. There are many big ticket door prize items such as a 50” LG HGTV, dorm room refrigerator, laptop, gas cards, and much more. Join us for a great night.
    • Spanish Club will have its final conversation breakfast on Wednesday, May 9, at Sunrise on Coliseum at 7:20 am. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door. There will be a one-hour delay.

    Monday, May 7

    • Fr. Jonathon will be here to offer Reconciliation and Eucharistic Adoration during all lunch periods today.
    • Boys’ varsity track meets today on the track at 3:15 pm. All others will depart at 4:30 pm to Snider for the JV SAC meet.
    • The meeting for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall was is today after school in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Senior Song auditions will be today in the Choir room after school. See Mrs. Maloney for audition music.
    • Key Club meets tonight at 7:15 pm in the cafeteria. Please make every effort to attend this final meeting of the school year.
    • St. Mother Teresa club meets at 7:30 am Tuesday in Pastoral Ministry.
    • No more Euell Wilson bus on Mondays. Watch your email for details on Summer Fun Fridays.
    • If you are 18 and interested in working the polls on Tuesday, May 8, see Mrs. Bleeke in room 251.
    • ON WEDNESDAY you will not be able to enter the SAC doors due to AP testing. Remember we have a one-hour delay on Wednesday.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • FBLA end of the year banquet is Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Please sign up in Mrs. Weadock’s room. Tickets are $6 each. Chevrons and prizes will be awarded.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible.If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • All freshman and sophomore awards not picked up on honor night can be picked up in the cafeteria during all lunches starting today.
    • Boys’ soccer will have a meeting for all returning soccer players on Thursday at 4:30 pm in the cafeteria.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Pom Squad has a mandatory meeting tonight at 7:45 pm in the Library and Thursday at 4:45 pm in the SAC gym. Please check your email for more information.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”.The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold today through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.

    Friday, May 4

    • Congratulations to your 2018 Prom Court: Savanna Bertoli, Erika Bougher, Diana Karajic, Anna Laisure, Taylor Martin, Ethan Anderson, Brendan Baugartner, Johnny Paul, Alex Straessle, and Alec Watercutter.Please see Mr. Garcia in room 114 before the end of the day.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is today from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Key Club:please vote for next year’s officers on Canvas. Voting will close Saturday at 11:59 pm.Officers will be announced at our meeting Monday at 7:15 am in the cafeteria. Please make every effort to attend this final meeting of the school year.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered.If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics.Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Please pick up any artwork that was left in the art department by today.
    • If you are 18 and interested in working the polls on primary day, May 8, see Mrs. Bleeke in room 251.
    • All freshman and sophomore awards not picked up on honor night can be picked up in the cafeteria during all lunches starting Monday.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Boys’ soccer will have a meeting for all returning soccer players on May 10 at 4:30 pm in the cafeteria.
    • Summer Driver Education registration is now open. You can pick up a form outside the Main Office.
    • Pom Squad has a mandatory meeting Monday at 7:45 pm in the Library and Thursday at 4:45 pm in the SAC gym. Please check your email for more information.
    • Seniors:This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold Monday through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • The meeting for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall was changed to Monday, May 7, after school in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.

    Wednesday, May 2

    • Congratulations to the National Honor Society Board for next school year: Chris Wilkins, Isabel Knight, Andrew Myers, Angela Ly, Megan Palmer, Rebecca Ruiz, T.J. Tippmann, Kendall Vance, Josh Schipper, Grace Collis, Noah Cook, and Erin Shea.  We will have a quick meeting next Tuesday in Mrs. Brady's room at 7:30 am.
    • Today is the last day for Project Linus this school year. Come help us celebrate a very successful year Wednesday after school in Mr. Conroy’s room. Mrs. Elden will supply cake, plates, and drinks.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is today through Friday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • If you have not yet turned in your blue course verification sheet for next year, please do so as soon as possible. We still have many students enrolled in classes that have been cancelled for next year and will not be offered. If you do not pick an alternate class, we will choose one for you. Also, we still have way too many students indicating they want to take summer school Economics. Juniors, if you no longer need to take Economics in summer school or are willing to drop it, please do so as soon as possible. If you are a freshman or sophomore, there will not be enough room for you to take summer school Economics at BD. Health, Creative Writing, Etymology, and Art History are all still open classes for summer school at BD. Concordia High School also offers summer school classes, including Economics. Stop by the guidance office for a registration form.
    • Please pick up any artwork that was left in the art department by Friday, May 4.
    • If you plan to try out for a fall sport, you must have an IHSAA physical form turned in to the Athletic Director’s office prior to the first day of tryouts. OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes this Saturday. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.
    • Any Key Club member interested in running for a Key Club board position must have their resume and letter of intention to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon by Wednesday. Elections will be held on Canvas and winners will be announced at the next meeting.
    • Please join us for a rosary Thursday at 7:25 am in the Chapel for the National Day of Prayer.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you are interested but cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold Monday through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • The meeting for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall was changed to Monday, May 7, after school in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Senior Song auditions will be Monday, May 7, in the Choir room. See Mrs. Maloney for audition music.
    • Spanish Club will have its final conversation breakfast on Wednesday, May 9, at Sunrise on Coliseum at 7:20 am. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door. There will be a one-hour delay.

    Tuesday, May 1

    • Any Key Club member interested in running for a Key Club board position must have their resume and letter of intention to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon by Wednesday. Elections will be held on Canvas and winners will be announced at the next meeting.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Seniors: This year’s Prom theme is “Around the World”. The event will be in the Anthony Wayne Ballroom at the Grand Wayne Center on Friday, May 11, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Tickets are $25 each and will be sold Monday through Wednesday during lunch. If you are bringing a date from another school, your completed forms must be turned in to Mr. Garcia by Tuesday, May 8. Voting for Prom Court must be done by Thursday at noon via the Senior Class page on Canvas.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Spanish Club will have its final conversation breakfast on Wednesday, May 9, at Sunrise on Coliseum at 7:20 am. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door. There will be a one-hour delay.
    • There will be a short meeting in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110, on Thursday after school for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Senior Song auditions will be Monday, May 7, in the Choir room. See Mrs. Maloney for audition music.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Monday, April 30

    • Fr. Jonathan will be here to offer Eucharistic Adoration and Reconciliation during all lunch periods today.
    • Congratulations to Collin Cahill who was recognized as the 2017-18 District Student of the Year for Northeastern Indiana in Speech.
    • Interested in being an officer in FBLA next year? Applications are due today.
    • Any Key Club member interested in running for a Key Club board position must have their resume and letter of intention to Mrs. Bleeke or Mrs. Dillon by Wednesday. Elections will be held on Canvas and winners will be announced at the next meeting.
    • Scrabble Club meets Tuesday at 7:15 am in room 204.
    • Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry to help with May Crowning – All School Rosary on Tuesday, May 1. We need students to present carnations to the Blessed Mother and students to help lead the Rosary.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Spanish Club will have its final conversation breakfast on Wednesday, May 2, at Sunrise on Coliseum at 7:20 am. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door. There will be a one-hour delay.
    • There will be a short meeting in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110, on Thursday after school for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Senior Song auditions will be Monday, May 7, in the Choir room. See Mrs. Maloney for audition music.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Thursday, April 26

    • Junior NHS members: Voting for the officers and board members is now open on Canvas. Vote to elect your board for the 2018-19 school year. Voting closes today.
    • Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry to help with May Crowning – All School Rosary on Tuesday, May 1. We need students to present carnations to the Blessed Mother and students to help lead the Rosary.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Pom Squad tryouts are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the SAC gym.
    • Spanish Club will have its final conversation breakfast on Wednesday, May 2, at Sunrise on Coliseum at 7:20 am. Sign up on the sheet outside Sra. Voelker’s door. There will be a one-hour delay.
    • There will be a short meeting in Mr. Koehl’s classroom, room 110, next Thursday, May 3, after school for any boy interested in playing tennis next fall. Please see Coach Koehl if you cannot make the meeting.
    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces. We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Development needs volunteers to serve lunch at the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday. This counts for BD Ambassador or NHS hours for this year or next year. Check Canvas for a link to sign up.
    • Senior Athletes:The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Wednesday, April 25

    • Today's visit to pray at Planned Parenthood has been cancelled.
    • Junior NHS members:Voting for the officers and board members is now open on Canvas.Vote to elect your board for the 2018-19 school year. Voting closes Thursday.
    • FBLA Breakfast is at 7:20 am on Thursday in room 115. Sign-ups for the banquet are available in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Please sign up outside Pastoral Ministry to help with May Crowning – All School Rosary on Tuesday, May 1. We need students to present carnations to the Blessed Mother and students to help lead the Rosary.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Pom Squad tryouts are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the SAC gym.
    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces. We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin.There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Senior Athletes:The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon.If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Tuesday, April 24

    • Congratulations to the Beginning and Advanced choirs for earning a Gold rating at ISSMA this past weekend. Both choirs also earned a gold rating in their sight reading as well. Stellar work, choir classes!
    • Congratulations to Concert Band.They received a gold rating at ISSMA this weekend.
    • Taking Marine Bio next year? There’s a MANDATORY meeting today at 3:15 pm in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213.
    • Junior NHS members: Voting for the officers and board members is now open on Canvas. Vote to elect your board for the 2018-19 school year. Voting closes Thursday.
    • SADD meets Wednesday in the Health room at 7:30 am.
    • FBLA Breakfast is at 7:20 am on Thursday in room 115. Sign-ups for the banquet are available in Mrs. Weadock’s room.
    • Percussion Mania is May 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm in the Main Gym. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Cochran.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Pom Squad tryouts are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the SAC gym.
    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces. We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Development needs volunteers to serve lunch at the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday. This counts for BD Ambassador or NHS hours for this year or next year.Check Canvas for a link to sign up.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin.There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Senior Athletes:The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5.BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Monday, April 23

    • Congratulations to the Beginning and Advanced choirs for earning a Gold rating at ISSMA this past weekend. Both choirs also earned a gold rating in their sight reading as well. Stellar work, choir classes!
    • Congratulations to Concert Band. They received a gold rating at ISSMA this weekend.
    • Taking Marine Bio next year? There’s a MANDATORY meeting Tuesday at 3:15 pm in Mr. Conroy’s room, room 213.
    • Color Guard call out for Fall 2018 is May 2, 3, 4 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the Main Gym. All new members are welcomed.
    • Pom Squad tryouts are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm in the SAC gym.
    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces. We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Development needs volunteers to serve lunch at the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday. This counts for BD Ambassador or NHS hours for this year or next year. Check Canvas for a link to sign up.
    • Seniors:Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin.There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • Senior Athletes:The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5.BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Friday, April 20

    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces. We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Development needs volunteers to serve lunch at the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday. This counts for BD Ambassador or NHS hours for this year or next year. Check Canvas for a link to sign up.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin. There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • If you are interested in being a Key Club officer for next school year, please see Mrs. Bleeke. We will compile a list of names for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor and hold an online election in April.
    • Senior Athletes: The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon.If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5.BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Thursday, April 19

    • Due to the large class sizes of students that are driving to school we have run out of parking spaces.We have had to make a decision to stop issuing parking permits for the remainder of the school year.
    • Development needs volunteers to serve lunch at the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday.This counts for BD Ambassador or NHS hours for this year or next year.Check Canvas for a link to sign up.
    • There will be an informational meeting about the Dance Team today at 3 p.m. in the Library.Come meet the new coach and learn about the program.
    • Seniors:Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin.There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • If you are interested in being a Key Club officer for next school year, please see Mrs. Bleeke.We will compile a list of names for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor and hold an online election in April.
    • Senior Athletes:The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon.If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5.BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9 a.m.They are open from 8 a.m. to noon.

    Wednesday, April 18

    • Thursday will be a $1 dress down day for Redeemer Radio. Please refer to your handbook for appropriate attire such as no leggings or ripped/torn jeans.
    • There will be an informational meeting about the Dance Team Thursday at 3:00 pm in the Library. Come meet the new coach and learn about the program.
    • Spanish Club is having a conversation dinner at Arcos on Dupont Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Scrabble Club tournament continues Thursday at 7:15 am.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin. There are several scholarship opportunities to explore.See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • If you are interested in being a Key Club officer for next school year, please see Mrs. Bleeke. We will compile a list of names for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor and hold an online election in April.
    • Senior Athletes: The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5.BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Tuesday, April 17

    • Golf practice is cancelled for today. Check in tomorrow to see if we have practice then.
    • Interested in trying out for cheerleading next year? Please come to a meeting in Mrs. Gonzagowski’s room after school today or see her personally in room 100.
    • Attention all sophomores: ISTEP part II is this week. Testing will begin at 7:55 am Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Please be in your assigned room by 7:50 am. You will need your fully charged laptop and charger. Make sure you restart your computer over the weekend. Junior re-testers: You will receive your testing instructions by Friday. All other students will have a 2 hour delay on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.
    • There will be an informational meeting about the Dance Team Thursday at 3:00 pm in the Library. Come meet the new coach and learn about the program.
    • Spanish Club is having a conversation dinner at Arcos on Dupont, Wednesday, at 6:30 pm.  Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Scrabble Club tournament continues Thursday at 7:15 am. Pick up a pass in room 204.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin. There are several scholarship opportunities to explore. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • If you are interested in being a Key Club officer for next school year, please see Mrs. Bleeke. We will compile a list of names for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor and hold an online election in April.
    • Senior Athletes: The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Monday, April 16

    • JV and Varsity baseball are cancelled for today.
    • JV and Varsity softball are cancelled for today.
    • Golf practice is cancelled for today. Check in tomorrow to see if we have practice then.
    • Attention all sophomores: ISTEP part II is this week. Testing will begin at 7:55 am Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Please be in your assigned room by 7:50 am. You will need your fully charged laptop and charger. Make sure you restart your computer over the weekend. Junior re-testers: You will receive your testing instructions by Friday. All other students will have a 2 hour delay on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday this week.
    • There will be an informational meeting about the Dance Team Thursday at 3 p.m. in the Library. Come meet the new coach and learn about the program.
    • Spanish Club is having a conversation dinner at Arcos on Dupont Wednesday at 6:30 pm. Sign up outside Sra. Voelker’s door.
    • Scrabble Club tournament continues Thursday at 7:15 am.
    • Seniors: Check your BD email for a copy of the latest Senior Bulletin. There are several scholarship opportunities to explore. See your guidance counselor with any questions.
    • If you are interested in being a Key Club officer for next school year, please see Mrs. Bleeke. We will compile a list of names for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor and hold an online election in April.
    • Senior Athletes: The final signing event will be held on Thursday, April 26, at noon. If you have committed to playing a sport in college, please pick up an information form from the AD’s office.
    • OPS is offering FREE physicals to student athletes on Saturday, May 5. BD students should go to FWO at 7601 W. Jefferson Blvd, at 9:00 am. They are open from 8:00 am to noon.

    Friday, April 13

    • Boys’ Rugby will practice at IPFW tonight from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
    • Completed NHS Activity Cards are due today. Check Canvas for details.
    • Attention all sophom