Red Raider Alert

May 10, 2019

2019 Summer Athletics Registration & Clearance


To participate in 2019 Bellingham Summer Programs the student and parents must complete the following 2 steps, even if the athlete has “already been cleared for a sport”.


Step 1. Registration -

Students and parents must complete an “Online Registration” each year through the Skyward Family Access.

You must log in under the 1st Family’s - Parent Access login & password

Click on the “Online Forms” tab to the left of the screen and complete the Activities/Athletics Registration.

This registration will be good for the 2019-20 school year.

For assistance with your log in, contact your current school’s Registrar or Athletics Secretary: #360-676-6470

WMS Registrar: Nancy Howell: ext. 4351 WMS Athletics Secretary: Beth Pelto-Fishbeck: ext. 4348

KMS Registrar: Viry Ferreira: ext 4705 KMS Athletics Secretary: Lacey Bachman: ext 4707

SMS Registrar: Catherine Roosma ext 4860 SMS Athletics Secretary: Annalisa Fox: ext 4816

BHS Registrar: Jeanne Bach: ext 7110 BHS Athletics Secretary: Ann Vallee: ext. 7168


Step 2. Clearance -

Once you have completed the skyward online registration, the parent/student must contact the Bellingham ASB Office to be CLEARED for their individual sport and that clearance slip is then taken to the Athletic office. The Athletic Secretary will check to make sure the Online Registration is complete and that the student has a current sports physical on file.


Copies of incoming 8th grader’s physicals will be sent to Bellingham by May 15th.

Please check with your middle school secretary on your student’s current physical status.

Clearance for summer sports will TENTATIVELY start Monday, May 20th at Bellingham High School’s Athletic Office and continue until Wednesday, June 19th.

Consent Event @ BHS

BHS teachers Mrs. Lockhart and Mrs. Isaly have been working with a group of students to put on the BHS Consent Event, next Wednesday May 15 at 6:30pm. This will be a night of education for both students and parents/guardians. Part of the event will include looking at data collected from the attached student and adult surveys about perceived and actual understanding around consent, healthy relationships, and how to be a good bystander or “upstander,” speaking out when you see something inappropriate.


If you are interested and able to take the survey, it would help provide more data for the BHS Consent Event! Just Click on the links for the appropriate survey. Thanks for your participation, and we hope to see you at the BHS Consent Event on May 15! (Free snacks and childcare will be provided!)


Student Survey Link: http://bit.ly/301yLsX

Adult Survey Link: http://bit.ly/2J56jRY

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Weekly Bulletin

Happening this week at BHS.

Grief Support Group @ BHS

BHS is working with Our TreeHouse, a local organization, to start a BHS Student Bereavement Support Group. This is a grief support group for any student who has experienced a death and wishes to talk with others about their grief. The group will meet on Mondays at 2:15, in Student Services. Please pick up a pass in the Counseling Office to be excused to attend.

Career and Community Events

Bellingham Schools Job Fair

Looking for a job? Come to Bellingham High School and meet with local Companies and Business looking for employees. Get full-time employment or a part time summer job.

When: Tuesday, May 21

Time: 3:30- 5:30

Where: Bellingham High School


Event is open to all Bellingham School District students and families.

Businesses participating : Bellingham Heating and Plumbing, Safran Cabin (formerly Zodiac Aerospace) Lynden Door, Preferred Freezer, Cascade Dafo, Home Aide Catholic Charities, Growing Alliances, T-Mobile, Laborers Union Apprenticeships, Imco, McDonalds, Rader Farms, Birch Equipment, Bellingham Cold Storage, Fred Meyer, Haggen, Goodwill Job Training Center and more!

For more information contact: Connie Kelly 360.676.6470 x 7137


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American Association of University Women STEM Awards

The AAUW-Bellingham Branch, (American Association of University Women) STEM awards are this weekend. Each year the AAUW recognizes 4 outstanding female junior high school students in the areas of Mathematics, Science, Humanities (STEAM). and Technology. They are awarded Certificates of Excellence at a Ceremony held at Sparks Museum and included in an article in the Herald. These awards are a valuable recognition of academic achievement. The Awards Ceremony is May 11th at the Whatcom Museum Rotunda 10:00 am-Noon.

BHS award winners are:

  • Science - Julia Schwartz
  • Mathematics - Soleina Robinson
  • Technology - Mila Brooks
  • Humanities - Luba Eisenhart

Masonic Award Finalists

Every year the Masonic Education Council of Whatcom County considers scholarship applications from High School Students. They select finalists from each high school and honor them at their Awards Ceremony Finalists have demonstrated academic excellence, dedication to community service, and a determination to change the world for the better.

Dr. Miller attended the Awards Ceremony on Thursday April 25th with the Bellingham High Finalists:

  • Brooks, Mila
  • Ellis, Madeline
  • Fry, Audrey
  • Grinstead, Ashley
  • Kintzele, Jensen
  • Morrow, Jackson
  • Robinson, Soleina
  • Schaefer, Colm
  • Stokes, Carey
  • Suwarno, Max

Raider Sports Report

Saturday (5/4)

Soccer (Varsity): Liberty 4 - Bellingham 3


Girls Tennis (Varsity): Louli Ziels and Britney Butcher (advance to the Sub-District Doubles Championship match). Hannah Hodge and Amya Cook (need one more win to advance to the District Tournament in doubles).


Monday (5/6)

Girls Tennis (Varsity): Louli Ziels and Britney Butcher win Sub-District Doubles Championship! Hannah Hodge and Amya Cook also advance to the District Tournament.


Tuesday (5/7)

Soccer (Varsity): Bellingham 3 - Lynden 1


Unified Soccer: Bellingham 7 - Burlington-Edison 6


Wednesday (5/8)

Track (Varsity): Congratulations to Sub-District Champions Carmen Souza (100m) and Annika Reiss (1600m). On Day 1 of Sub-District competition, 14 athletes advanced to Districts.


Thursday (5/9)

Soccer (Varsity): Burlington-Edison 1 - Bellingham 0


Unified Soccer: Bellingham - Ferndale


Friday (5/10)

Track (Varsity): 2A Sub-Districts @ Civic 4:00


Saturday (5/11)

Girls Tennis (Varsity): 2A District Championship AWAY Liberty HS 9:00am