January 10, 2014
BHS Student wins Statewide Conservation Contest
FREE SAT workshop approaching!
Financial Aid Information Night for Future College Students and Families
FAFSA Assistance Night- Thursday, January 23 from 5-7pm in the library. Seniors and their parents are invited to get help with filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). There will be a brief presentation followed by hands-on assistance. Parents are encouraged to bring a laptop, or email Emma Waugh at email@example.com to reserve a library computer.
BHS Blue Legion Band Member performs at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl
This year, prom will take place on Saturday, April 26th at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Details were emailed to all students earlier this week (also attached to this email with this B News link).
A ticket table will be set up Monday-Friday in the atrium AT LUNCH ONLY. Ticket sales will begin on Monday, January 6th and end on April 3rd. Tickets are ONLY available at lunch. There are no exceptions. Make sure to have your student ID with you.
This week, tickets will start out at $35, but will increase by $5 every week until April 3rd.
If one wants to change who their date to prom is, make sure you let one of the Junior Class officers know at the table set up at lunch. Also, for seniors who attended prom last year, make sure to stop by the table to verify that you will be attending prom again this year. Those SENIORS who attended prom last year are allowed to get in to prom for free this year. Please see Mrs. Ward in 104 if you have any questions.
BHS Football player Jordon Franklin makes Team USA!
Former Bengal makes the NFL Pro Bowl
Winter Sports Pep Rally
Sparkleberry Fair Scholarship Opportunities
The Sparkleberry Fair is once again generously offering high school students $1,000 college scholarships. Applications may be accessed by clicking on the link below for any high school seniors interested in applying.
1/2 Days Coming
Child Development Applications
Richland Two’s Title I Child Development Program will be accepting applications
Monday, January 13, through Friday, April 11, 2014
• This is a needs-based program designed to ensure that the most
at-risk children enter kindergarten with the skills necessary to
• The full-day program is free to qualifying families
• Children applying for the program must be four years old by
September 1, 2014.
• Applications will be taken at the Clemson Road Child Development
Center (CRCDC) at 2621A Clemson Road, Monday - Friday, from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• Applications are also available on the center’s website:
• For information call 803.699.2536
CRCDC has classrooms on nine elementary school campuses in Richland Two:
Bridge Creek, Conder, Forest Lake, Keels, Killian, Langford, Pontiac,
Sandlapper and Windsor
Upcoming Athletic Events
January 14 = Varsity Basketball at Spring Valley
January 15 = Wrestling at Sumter
January 16 = JV Basketball vs Lugoff-Elgin
Wrestling at White Knoll