The Bobcat Weekly

September 12, 2021 Issue 7

As We Move into Week #5

Hello Students and Families!

With the first four weeks of school behind us, here is the seventh edition of the Bobcat Weekly. In this issue, you will find the following key information that will help you navigate the week ahead:

  1. College NIght
  2. High School Go-Center
  3. School Pictures
  4. Renewed Mask Requirement

I hope you find this helpful as we enter the week ahead.

We will see you soon!

Richard Penland, Principal

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Annual College Night

The decision has been made to move our Annual College Night to a virtual setting. This will provide greater access for our students to be able to attend this yearly event.

The event will only be during the times below, but there is still an opportunity for students to work with their teachers to register and prepare themselves by selecting the colleges they want to see. Here are the details:

What: 2021 annual College Night - a chance for students and parents to virtually meet with representatives of higher education institutions

When: Monday, September 20, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: ANYWHERE with a device equipped with internet access

Summary: High school students, along with their parents, are expected to attend Fort Worth ISD’s 2021 annual “College Night” on Monday, September 20, 2021. This year, College Night will be held virtually from the comfort of your home using your favorite internet enabled electronic device.

With hundreds of universities and institutions from around Texas and across the nation constructing “virtual booths” to house YouTube videos, presentations, and opportunities for live chats, College Night will provide a wealth of educational opportunities at the click of a button.

This event promises to offer “one-stop shopping” for all things higher education. Students will learn how to navigate college options during COVID-19 and beyond.

Student registration is open now! Below are the steps.

  1. Go to
  2. Select the green Virtual College Fair button
  3. Select Student as Registrant Type
  4. Fill out all the required general information
  5. Accept terms and conditions

Kick-off is from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

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Go Center is for YOU!

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year, BMHS Family! We are your student’s three new GO Center Advisers, here to help with all things college, trade school, military, and workforce. Our office is located in room 113 of the high school, and we would love to set up an appointment with you to discuss your student’s plans for after graduation. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you may have. Coming up soon is our FASFA support and information night for seniors and their families. More information coming soon. Family all in!

Ms. Hailey Hesseltine

Sophomores (All) & Seniors (A-Go)

Google Voice # - (682) 719-5947

Ms. Triniti Jessie

Juniors (A-M) & Seniors (Gr-O)

Google Voice #: (295) 285-2678

Mr. Trevino

Juniors (N-Z) & Seniors (P-Z)

Google Voice #: (682) 235-7641

GO Center Office #: (817) 815-7100

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This Week: School Pictures

LIfeTouch Presents:

Benbrook Middle-High School

Picture Day Dates:
Wednesday, September 15 - Thursday, September 16

You can make your purchase at:

Picture Day ID: EVTB99R4F

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Masks are now Required

All students, staff and visitors to any FWISD facility will be required to wear masks indoors. The following is the link will describe this move in more detail:

Please know that at BMHS we will expect our students and staff to meet this expectation. I am aware that not everyone will happily embrace this renewed expectation. What I ask is to simply remember, teachers and campus staff are here to help and serve. If you have objections please direct them to me and not to others on campus. Even though I have no authority to override this requirement for anyone, I will gladly reach out and chat with you about this. The best way to reach me is via email: