Tiger Beat April 29th, 2022

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Staff Spotlight

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Do you know a current Bandon staff member who has made a difference in your life, the life of a child, or to the community? It can be any employee: a teacher, or an educational assistant, a bus driver or a secretary or a food service worker, an administrator or a custodian. Our district is filled with great staff!


Visit our website at www.bandon.k12.or.us and click on the Bandon Distinguished Tiger Award Nomination Form link. Complete the fillable form, and add no more than one page to the form explaining why you believe this Bandon staff member deserves the Bandon Distinguished Tiger Award. Be persuasive! Give it your all! Tell us as many details as you can about the staff member and what makes them deserving of this award.


Return completed form and one page essay to the following:


Joseph Bain

PO Box 659

Bandon, OR 97411


#OneTeamOneMission #CommUnity #Valued

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Choir is off to State!!!

Good luck to the Bandon High School Choir as they head to State on May 5th, at Oregon State University! We wish you the best of luck Tigers!

DO YOU HAVE A TEXTBOOK AT HOME THAT BELONGS TO BHS?

Attention students, please turn in all outstanding textbooks you may have from last year or the first semester of this year. The office will be sending out bills for missing books.

2021-2022 Prom

Bandon High School's prom is scheduled for May 7th at the Community Center in Bandon. The theme is "Hollywood". The junior class will be selling tickets in the commons during the break.

BANDON HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH TEAM

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This past weekend the BHS Speech and Debate team headed up to Western Oregon University to compete in State. The following students went to compete in the following events:


  • Riley Cook, Impromptu
  • Tristan Radcliffe, Impromptu
  • Daniel Cabrera, DI and HI
  • Kenny McMillen, Congress
  • Ben Stufflebeam, DI
  • Hallie Minkler, POI, and ADS
  • Madeleine Pahls, Inform and Radio
  • Maya Tulles - Alternate Poetry and ADS
  • MacKenzie Williams - Alternate Prose



The kids worked hard all weekend, and were at WOU for 14 hours on Saturday! Mr. Curtis and I continue to be so proud of the kids and the incredible effort they put into their events. When all was said and done the final results were:



  • OSAA 4,3,2,1A State Champions tied with Marshfield
  • Daniel Cabrera - State champion in HI, Finalist in DI - 5th place
  • Tristan Radcliffe- Finalist in Impromptu - 7th place
  • Madeleine Pahls - Finalist in Inform - 4th place, Semifinalist Radio
  • Hallie Minkler - Semifinalist in ADS, Semifinalist POI
  • Riley Cook - Semifinalist Impromptu
  • Kenny McMillen - 5th place Congress



Thank you all for your support of our team!



Sincerely,



Ms. Pearson

Teacher Appreciation Week is Monday May 2nd - 6th!

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End of Year Festivities are Coming!

We have begun the hard work of organizing the 8th grade promotion and other end of year activities. Please be on the look our of emails and snail mail regarding details! Our 8th grade promotion is scheduled for June 15th from 6-7pm. The 8th graders will going bowling on the 15th in the afternoon. There is no school for 8th graders on the 16th.

Year Book Photo Requests

The HLMS Yearbook is looking for pictures from school events to add to this year's yearbook. If you have candid pictures of sports, band, or any other HLMS activities, we would love for you to send them to hlms_yearbook@bandon.k12.or.us

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8th Grade Fundraiser

This week 8th grade students were sent home with a form that had information about donating to the class of 2026 event fund. This is an account/program put on by parent volunteers to help fund this years "8th grade recognition party". Any money left over will roll towards future events for the class of 2026. Call the office if you did not see this form and you want more information.

Student Hand Book

Please take some time to review our student handbook with your student. We would particularly like you to remind your student of our expectations with regards to cell phones and appropriate technology use.

Cell Phone Policy

Just a reminder, students are not allowed to have cell phones out during school hours. We require them to be kept off and in their locker or backpack during the day. This includes breaks and at lunch. Please encourage your student to come to the office or their teachers if they have a concern or need help instead of reaching out to you via cell phone during the day. This way we can help make sure that all your student's needs are being met. We have a student phone available in the commons that is always available.

OCEAN CREST

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May 2nd Morning Announcements
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Character Strong

The Character focus for the month of May is Cooperation. Cooperation is working together and helping others.

Your Family Dare: Board Game Night

Search through your cupboards for some board games your family has not played in awhile. Pop some popcorn and have fun playing together! Look for moments of Cooperation that you can point out to your kids.

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