March 20, 2020
Update from Dr. Miller - March 19, 2020
Dear Raider students and families
We hope you are all healthy and finding ways to enjoy this unexpected break. We miss seeing our students each day! Thanks so much for your patience and flexibility as we regroup and work with the district to carefully plan next steps.
With Dr. Baker’s timely updates and the district’s comprehensive FAQ, this letter will focus on BHS-specific activities within the district priorities of safety, food, child care, and learning.
2019-2020 Highlight Video (From Homecoming to Tolo)
Dear Red Raiders,
Need help? Email Mr. Bachmeier, and I will help you get connected.
Keep on reading,
PS: This Connect-ED program is a partnership between the Bellingham School District and the Bellingham Public Library. Program overview:
- Each student will have a limited-use public library account. This means they can check out two physical items from any public library in Whatcom County, and have full access to digital resources, including ebooks and eaudiobooks.
- There will not be a physical library card issued. The student’s barcode is the letters “BE” followed by their 10 digit student ID.
- The pin is 1234
- To download ebooks or eaudiobooks, use the Libby app.
Find answers to FAQs at https://www.bellinghampubliclibrary.org/kids-teens/connected
Career and Community Events
Scholarship Season is Here!!
Look at the Scholarship Bulletin on the BHS Website. Go to the Student tab, click on the Career Center and open the scholarship link.
Applications are posted for:
· Whatcom Women in Business
· B.A.S.E Scholarship
· Ewing C Kelly
· Scott H Carlson Memorial
· Trans Ocean
Seniors going to UW come to the Career Center to check out scholarship opportunities particular to the University of Washington.
Come to the Career Center if you have questions.
On April 6, we will open the application for our fall 2020 Career and Technical Scholarship (CTS). Incredible scholarship opportunity for students interested in pursuing high-demand trade, STEM and health care careers through a certificate, apprenticeship or associate degree program at Washington's 34 community and technical colleges.