BHS Tiger News

Week of December 12, 2021

Belleville High School

ATTENTION BELLEVILLE FAMILIES, on behalf of BHS Teachers, Staff, and Administrators, we thank you all for your ongoing support, especially as we continue to work together to navigate the weeks following the tragedy at Oxford. We continue to keep the families, staff, and entire Oxford community in our thoughts and prayers as they continue to grapple with the aftermath of this event.


...and THANK YOU to STUDENT COUNCIL, who is bringing a little sunshine to the building with Holiday Spirit Week!


BHS HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK

BHS Tigers show your solidarity by participating daily in this fun filled week.

Spirit Days are as follows:


Monday, December 13th - Holiday Hat and sock Day

Let's see you rock those holiday hats and socks


Tuesday, December 14th - Holiday Character Day

Dress like your favorite holiday character


Wednesday, December 15th - Jingle Bling Day

"Dress to Impress"


Thursday, December 16th - Candy Cane Day

Wear stripes or red and white


Friday, December 17th - Ugly Sweater Day

Ugly sweater day we all have one…...it's time to wear it!


Remember...BHS, all dress code rules apply!


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Student Concern Form:

- On Thursday, students received a link for streamlined reporting of any concerns or school-related issues that they may be experiencing. This link was emailed to all BHS students, and has also been placed in their BHS Bookmarks, which is accessible to every student. https://forms.gle/ShxnxnWtyUyWaBqh7


Communications Protocol:

- Attention Families, it is very important when having questions about a particular class, to communicate with the classroom teacher first - before contacting counselors or administrators. Your student’s instructor has the most up to date information for their particular class, and can provide any needed clarification or understanding regarding assignments, assessments, and classroom procedures. It is always good practice to start at the source whenever possible.


Please use the link below to see the TUTORING SCHEDULE for this week.


This is Week #16 of Semester 1, and the last school week of 2021!


Important Dates and Upcoming Events:

  • Dec 14th: Jazz Band Concert, 7:30pm

  • Dec 14th - Dec 29th: Athletics Schedules: Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys Swim, Bowling, and Wrestling - visit https://bellevilleathletics.net/

  • Dec 17th: Last Day of School, students return on January 3, 2022

  • Dec 18th: 1st Annual JROTC Ball (by invitation only), 5:00pm


We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our families a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, a Happy New Year, and a safe and peaceful next two weeks. We will see everyone in 2022!


Have a great week everyone, and GO TIGERS!


~ Principal Crockett, AP Mrs. Green, AP Mr. Roberson, AP Mr. Wright, BNT Director Mr. Wilsey, and AD Mr. Brodie

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From the Counseling Team:

Student Opportunities! Construction Internship - On Monday, December 13th a representative from Bold Construction will visit BHS to present a paid internship opportunity> This opportunity is for students ages 16 and older. Students must register to attend this event. Click HERE to register.

Bold Construction


SEMCA Young Professionals Program- Do you have a student that recently graduated between the ages of 18-24? If so,Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) is offering a self-paced, tuition-free, online certificate training program in Healthcare, IT or Manufacturing. Upon completion, participants will have an opportunity for a paid work experience. Please contact Mrs. Currie for more information at 734-697-9416 or complete the online application.

SEMCA Young Professionals Program


Girls That Rock- Non-profit organization that provides mentoring and college/career preparation. The next session will be held Wednesday, December 16th at 2:15pm in Lab 84. Please contact Ms. Sabol for more information. hsabol@vanburenschools.net

Girls That Rock


Scholarship Information

The scholarships listed below are due in January/February. Please apply to as many as you can. This is free money!!


If you are wondering where these are from, these were taken out of the Belleville College Access Website. HERE - http://bhscollegeaccess.weebly.com/scholarships.html


1. Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship. - https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarships/alvinand-june-sabroff-manufacturing-engineering-scholarship (worth 40,000) (DUE 1/25/2022)


2. American Legion Scholarships (Wilson, Brewer, Boys State, Eagle Scouts) (worth 500) DUE January 3, 2022. https://michiganlegion.org/scholarships/


3. Lake Michigan Credit Union Hutt Scholarship due January 31st, 2022. worth 2,000. https://www.lmcu.org/hutt


4. Alvin & June Sabroff Manufacturing Engineering Scholarship Due February 1st, 2022. https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarships/alvinand-june-sabroff-manufacturing-engineering-scholarship


5. Chapter 1 Detroit Associate Scholarship. Due December 1st. 2022. http://www.smartscholar.com/scholarship/chapter-1-detroit-undergraduate-scholarship/


6. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inkster Alumnae Chapter 2022 Delta Scholar Due February 1st, 2022. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1azO5gQloCKoHPbEWYr7PQCdBAnZuBx9j/edit


7. E. Wayne Kay High School Scholarship. 2/1/2022 https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarships/wayne-kay-scholarship


8. Robert A Leonard Jr. Charitable Trust Scholarship. http://www.raltrust.org/


9. The University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit. Due 2/11/22. worth 3,500. https://www.umclubgreaterdetroit.org/scholarships/scholarships.aspx

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