A Message from Mrs. Venghaus
We have officially made it to the end of the first 9 weeks. It was definitely a team effort and we are looking forward to the next marking period as we continue to enrich and immerse our students into the curriculum. A HUGE thank you to our parents for stocking the teacher's lounge. Our staff enjoyed the day stopping by the lounge for snacks and drinks. We appreciate you!
October is looking to be a busy month and if you are like me, you like to plan ahead. Announcements are listed below along with a calendar of what we have planned through the end of the month.
Proud to be your student's principal,
Thank you for stocking our lounge!!!! What a treat it was. Happy end of the first 9 weeks!!!
Virtual Student Pictures and Picture Re-Take Day
Students may come to campus and check-in to the front office during school hours (7:15am - 2:25pm) to have their picture taken. Pictures will be taken in room B100. We will have office aids who can escort students down if needed. Parents will be asked to remain in the front office. A mask must be worn to enter the building.
Veterans Day Yard Signs
A BBJH Contact will be required as we will give your student the sign to take home and deliver to the Veteran. Additionally, we will have a bag with hand written letters of gratitude to be given to the Veteran from BBJH.
Virtual students can participate as well. You will be required to come to the school to pick up the sign when it is ready.
The sign will be one sided, red, white and blue, and read :
A Proud Veteran Lives Here
Thank you for your service.
Bear Branch Junior High
We hope this sign in the yard will help Veterans know how much we care. There is no cost for the sign, we just ask that you deliver it to the Veteran and leave the bag of notes for them to enjoy.
The 7th grade B defeated Willow Wood in 2 (25-23, 25-14). Ella Parker and Brooklyn May were players of the game.
The 7th grade A team defeated Willow Wood in an exciting match (18-25, 25-23, 20-18) Players of the game were Kailynn Fosdick, Stevie South and Henlee Moszkowisz. Way to pull out the W.
The 8th grade B team lost in a very hard fought match (23-25, 25-8, 15-17). Player of the game was Shelby Heuring.
The 8th grade A team won in 2, (25-13,25-11) Great serving by Mallie Kichens, outstanding blocks by Olivia Dionne and Lily Anderson and some powerful kills by Morgan Madison helped lead the team to victory. Great job girls!
8th grade girls division- TOP 5 RUNNERS- 1st PLACE
Sophia Phillips- 1st Place
Haley Atchetee- 2nd Place
Erika Sherrod- 3rd Place
Emma Reed- 4th Place
Kira Gonzales- 5th Place
8th grade boys division- TOP 5 RUNNERS
Braydon Muse- 1st Place
Devon Anselme- 2nd Place
Corban Pratt- 3rd Place
Juan Lazaro-4th Place
Dylan Benignus- 5th Place
7th grade girls division- TOP 5 RUNNERS- 1st PLACE
Kennedy Shields- 1st Place
Madelyn Murdock- 2nd Place
Olivia Jackson- 3rd Place
Haley Hodgson- 4th Place
Isabel Hays- 5th Place
7th grade boys division-TOP 5 RUNNERS
Bryan Becerra- 1st Place
Karson Dupre- 2nd Place
Jose Alfaro- 3rd Place
Tyson McCauley- 4th Place
Has a teacher or staff member done a great job supporting your student? Let them know by submitting a B³ Award and we will recognize them on campus!