Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Summer Health & PE
8th Grade Students intending to take the Health/PE class offered by BGHS this summer, must confirm their intent to do so by clicking on THIS LINK!
If this link is not completed, students will not be admitted to the class. For those who are attending the Washington, D.C. trip, the high school is working around those students. Questions? Contact Jessie Baker at Bowling Green High School 270-746-2300 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lady Purples Basketball
FREE MIT Spokes Learning Festival at WKU Innovation Campus on June 22nd
The MIT Spokes team is coming to Bowling Green to provide the MIT Spokes Learning Festival on Wednesday, June 22nd. The MIT Spokes Learning Festival is a free one-day STEM workshop with modules on 3D printing, material science, electrical engineering, and philosophy.
The event, which will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., is open to incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in the region. No prerequisites are required.
There is room for 45 students in the workshop. Please sign-up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-mit-spokes-learning-festival-at-wku-innovation-campus-tickets-338996707277
Additional details will be provided to the parent/guardian of families who sign up as we get closer to the event.
The MIT Spokes team is comprised of 7 undergraduate students at MIT who are bicycling across 3,000 miles of the U.S. over 75 days this summer, and teaching these Learning Festivals along the way. Find out more about the program here: https://www.mitspokes.com
The event will take place at the Western Kentucky University Innovation Campus, located at 2413 Nashville Road in Bowling Green. The WKU Innovation Campus headquarters is a 285,000-square foot facility that houses a range of applied research labs; innovative companies; a 30,000-square foot Collaborative SmartSpace for folks doing creative, strategy, and remote work; and the Central Region Ecosystem for Arts, Technology, & Entrepreneurship (CREATE). More information at https://www.linkedin.com/company/create-ic/.
Experience Aerospace, Leadership, Physical Fitness, and Character Development activities as a member of the Civil Air Patrol.
What is CAP?
An adjunct of the US Air Force that works with local, state, and federal agencies as volunteers who are serving America's communities, saving lives, and shaping futures.
CAP's 3 Main Missions?
- Aerospace Education
- Cadet Programs
- Emergency Services
Who can join?
- Cadets ages 12-18
- Educators (get free STEM kits and lesson plans)
- Senior Members ages 18 and older
CAP Benefits for Cadets?
- Aerospace Education
- Character Development
- Physical Fitness
- Life experiences and education
- Resume builder
- Career exploration
- College Scholarships
- Increased chances for ROTC Scholarships and Military Academy Admission
- Summer programs
- Volunteer Service
- Military enlistment at a higher rank
Stop by to learn more about how the Civil Air Patrol can benefit our students, faculty, and staff.