Barry Goldwater High School
A+ School of Excellence 2011, 2015
Home of the Bulldogs
Two Colors, One Voice
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The Safe School Hotline number is 623-376-3262
DVUSD has an anonymous Safe Schools Hotline for students, parents, educators, and community members to report threats, rumors, or information of criminal activity on campuses or against Deer Valley students. This hotline is available 24 hours each day. Messages are investigated, and when appropriate, information from the Safe Schools Hotline is shared with local law enforcement.
Freshman Camp and Family Orientation!
Freshman Camp & Family Orientation
12:30 - 3 pm*
*check in begins at 12
*Orientation follows Camp - See schedule
Attention Student Drivers:
Registration for parking on campus will begin on July 1st.
The fee for parking in the student parking lot is $100 for the 2021-2022 school year. Please pay the $100 parking fee after completing the online registration. You can pay electronically at https://az-deervalley.intouchreceipting.com/ or pay in the BGHS Bookstore during office hours.
Student must present to the Bookstore driver's license, proof of insurance and vehicle registration, at which time the parking pass will be issued.
Girls Volleyball Camp: July 19-21 from 8 am - 11 am for girls 7th - 12th grade. See document available at the end of this newsletter for camp details and registration.
Girls Basketball Camp: June 1-25 (M-Th) from 8:45 am - 11 am. See document available at the end of this newsletter for camp details and registration.
BGHS Cross Country: Any athlete interested in the BGHS Cross Country team or Summer conditioning workouts, please check out www.BGHSATHLETICS.com and click on Cross Country for more information.
BGHS Baseball: Attention all incoming freshmen and returners interested in baseball: Summer workouts begin June 1 and go until July 2. Workouts will be Monday- Thursday 7:45-9:45 in weight room, then 10-11:30 on the field. Wear shorts, athletic shoes, and bring spikes and baseball gear. If you have questions email Coach Mahar at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find waivers on BGHS website.
BGHS Football Lifting/Conditioning: For anyone interested in playing Football ~ Weights, Conditioning, Field Work. Sign up at the Athletic Training Center (Rm 612). Fee is $20. Click for additional details.
SPIRITLINE: BGHS Spiritline is welcoming all 9th-11th graders interested in trying out for cheer to our open practices on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-5 PM. These practices will help you prepare for tryouts in the Fall. No experience needed!! Contact Coach Murray or Coach Wilson to sign-up.
Learner Profile Trait for August ~ Principled
Barry Goldwater is an International Baccalaureate (IB) school. As such we aspire to fulfill the traits embodied in the Learner Profile. Each month we will highlight and celebrate one of these traits.
The Learner Profile trait for August is Principled. In August, we will highlight what it means to be Principled. What does it mean to act with principles?
We act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness and justice, and with respect for the dignity and rights of people everywhere. We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences.
The Learner Profile Quote of the Day is:
“Stick to your principles, even if no one else is!”
Congratulations to the BGHS Class of 2021! You make us proud!
View your Graduation photos online by clicking the link below:
Online code is the Graduate's First name and Last name all lowercase and no space
School breakfast and lunch are FREE for all students through December. Please make sure you complete your applications for free and reduced lunch as soon as possible so you do not have any interruptions in the meal benefits program in January.
If you are currently participating in the Meal Assistance Program:
You must reapply each year for the Meal Assistance Program. If you participated last year you should complete your application ASAP to avoid meal charges in January 2021.
Applications are available online at EZ MealApp.com or paper copies are in the school office.
Please contact the Cafeteria Manager, Laura Sharp, with any questions.
AFTER SCHOOL MEAL: If you are staying after school for anything including sports practice, club meetings, tutoring, taking a test with a teacher, etc, you can stop by the cafeteria between 2:17-2:30 for free food. The daily menu is posted in the south east corner of the cafeteria. An example of a meal is: bagel with cream cheese, string cheese, sunflower seeds, vegetable cup, yogurt, grapes, and milk. This is totally FREE!