Welcome to the BHS Express
A newsletter keeping you informed about Batavia High School
April 14, 2023
Andrea Conner, BHS Principal
Hello Bulldog Families.
What a beautiful first week back from break! It’s funny how one week can be rainy and miserable while the next causes you to consider turning on the air conditioning! Our students stepped right into the four-day week ready to go. We wrapped up our Geometry and Government End of Course Assessments while running a regular schedule for the remainder of the building.
Next week, we will be administering our US History and Biology End of Course assessments on Tuesday and Wednesday while the remaining students will be operating on a regular schedule. We appreciate your support in making sure your students are present at school on these testing days. We are really trying to make sure they are not placed in a position where they have to take multiple tests on one day. This can happen if attendance is an issue for your student.
Make sure you check out our student “shout out” section. BHS sophomore, Anna Stewart, sang The National Anthem at the Reds game on Thursday and did an amazing job. Freshman Madison Torres helped BHS celebrate Women’s History Month in March with her amazing drawings of famous women with their biographies compiled in one of our display cases. We have really talented students!
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone back on Monday, and would like to wish everyone a restful weekend!
In service to our Bulldogs.
Andrea Conner, High School Principal
Student(s) Shout Out
Sophomore Anna Stewart sings The National Anthem for The Reds
Freshman Madison Torres displays her art in celebration of Women’s History Month
Freshman Madison Torres helped BHS celebrate Women’s History Month during March through displaying her beautiful artwork. Madison depicted some famous female figures while including some biographical information about them. She also worked with other BHS students to highlight female students and teachers throughout the entire month. Madison is another talented BHS student! Nice work!
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING
- If you are a parent of a current eighth grade student, please review the attached letter with details concerning high school scheduling. We are excited to help support the Class of 2027 during the scheduling process! 8th Grade Parent Scheduling Letter 23-24
- The following link contains information that was reviewed at the 8th Grade High School Scheduling Meeting that was held on Wednesday, February 8, 2023. Review this information to stay informed about your student's high school scheduling experience. Class of 2027 Scheduling Presentation
- If you are interested in exploring the option of hosting a foreign exchange student who will be attending BHS during the 2023-2024 school year, please refer to the following flyer: Hosting Foreign Exchange Student
- Father Daughter Dance Information
UPCOMING IMPORTANT UPDATES
- April 17-21, 2023: Prom Spirit Week
Monday, April 17: Mate Monday (Dress as your girlfriend boyfriend or best friend)
Tuesday, April 18: ‘23 Tuesday (Wear your college/career attire)
Wednesday, April 19: On Wednesdays We Wear Pink (dress in pink)
Thursday, April 20: Throwback Thursday (Wear what you wore in middle/ elementary school.)
Friday, April 21: Last Luau Friday (Hawaiian attire)
April 18, 2023: US History EOC Test (All students report to school at regular time.)
April 19, 2023: Biology EOC Test (All students report to school at regular time.)
April 22, 2023: Prom
April 25, 2023: Algebra Part I EOC Test (Students not taking assessment arrive by 9:30 a.m. Students who must ride the bus will have a study hall.)
April 26, 2023: Algebra Part II EOC Test (Students not taking assessment arrive by 9:30 a.m. Students who must ride the bus will have a study hall.)
April 25-30, 2023: BPA National Competition
April 27, 2023: NHS Blood Drive
May 1, 2023: AP Tests: AP Chemistry, AP Government, AP Spanish Literature
May 2, 2023: AP Tests: AP Psychology, AP Environmental Science
May 2, 2023: District Art Show at BHS, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
May 2, 2023: High School Band Concert at BHS, 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
May 3, 2023: AP Test: AP English Literature
May 3, 2023: NHS Induction Ceremony, 5:00 p.m.
May 5, 2023: AP Test: AP US History
May 8, 2023: AP Tests: AP Calculus, AP Computer Science Principles
May 9, 2023: AP Test: AP English Language
May 9, 2023: Spring Choir Concert, 7:00 p.m. at Batavia Elementary School
May 10, 2023: AP Tests: AP Biology, AP Spanish Language
May 11, 2023: AP Tests: AP Physics, AP World History
May 11, 2023: Senior Awards Night 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (Students/families receive invitation)
May 12, 2023: Seniors’ Last Day of Classes
May 18, 2023: Graduation at Truist Arena, 7:00 p.m.
May 19, 2023: All students’ last day of school
INFORMATION FROM THE BHS GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT
Check out the Batavia High School Guidance Counselor website.
Your Guidance Counselors are:
9th - 12th Grade Counselor A-L
(513) 732-2341 ext: 7037
(513) 732-2341 ext: 7036
End of Course Testing
End of course testing has begun and will continue for three more weeks after we return from spring break. To meet graduation requirements in the state of Ohio, a student must take end of course tests in 6 courses; Algebra I, English 10, Biology, US History, Government and Geometry. These tests are extremely important and students should be well rested and prepared to test.
Managing the Teen years can be overwhelming!
Child Mind Institute has some really great youtube videos that discuss hot topics like Emotions/Feelings, Self Injury, Anxiety, Social Media and more! Check it out!
BATAVIA HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE CONTACTS
513-732-2341, ext. 7051
Matt Buis, Assistant Principal
513-732-2341, ext. 7052
Melissa Anstaett, Administrative Assistant
513-732-2341, ext. 7055
Edie Strine, Administrative Assistant
513-732-2341, ext. 7054
If your student is absent, call
513-732-2341 and leave a message on the attendance line