United Way will be providing a grant of $5,228 for this project!
Daily Health Screening
Keep the Huskies Healthy!
- Temperature of 100.4 or higher
- Vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain
- Severe or sudden headache
- Sore throat
- Loss of taste or smell
- Muscle aches
- Close contact with confirmed positive Covid case
- Have traveled internationally
they are REQUIRED to be symptom free for 24 hours AND provide one of the following to the HS office in order to return:
- A doctor's note with a return to school date
- A negative Covid test.
If neither a doctor's note or proof of a negative Covid test can be provided, the student may not return to school until they complete a 14 day quarantine and are symptom free for 24 hours.
If your student comes back to school without a note, without proof of a negative Covid test, or before their 14 day quarantine is over, they will be sent home.
School Bus Roadeo!
Stay up to date with an overview of all events happening at Breckenridge Middle/High School!
BCS Bond Update
As the calendar turns to April, we are preparing for our summer bond projects. At the March Board meeting, our board approved the bids to start demolition of the A-wing of the elementary building, HVAC and electrical work in the high school, as well as new lockers and bleachers in the middle school gym.
Final decisions are being made with the architectural company about our Phase 2 work and this bid process will take place yet this spring. Projects in this bid package include concrete work, locker rooms, flooring, track replacement, and the classroom additions at the elementary building.
We're looking forward to getting projects going and seeing wonderful updates to our facilities to better serve our students and community.
-Wade Slavik, Superintendent
Now that the snow is gone, I can bask in the sunlight and nap in my courtyard!
Goldie is going to be a therapy pup at the elementary school - once I finish teaching her the ropes, that is. Welcome to the pack, Goldie!
Goldie is learning from the best when it comes to getting treats!
If you are a face to face student, you can fill out the lunch form that was sent to you and lunch will be provided. Just grab your lunch by the High School office and head to the Media Center.
If you are a virtual student, or if you ride the bus home, you will be able to connect via a google meet.
Please e-mail Mr. Peters if you would like to take advantage of this opportunity.