The Panther Post

The BCHS Bi-weekly Newsletter - August 23, 2019

Dress Code

Dress code will be enforced according to the policies set by BISD. There were some consistent issues that we will be correcting throughout the beginning of the year In order to get everyone used to following the policy as is written.

Students cannot wear head coverings while in school. This includes hats, hoodies covering the head, bandannas, rags, or visors.

Tank tops, tube tops, halters, spaghetti straps or strapless dresses without a covering shirt, blouse or jacket are inappropriate. Transparent and/or see-through material will be considered inappropriate. Shirts and blouses must be four fingers wide at the shoulder. Low-cut necklines are considered inappropriate at school. Shirts and blouses must cover the entire torso at all times, including belly and shoulders, even in movement.

Skirts, dresses, shorts, and skorts must be fingertip length. Jeans and pants with holes above fingertip length (without patches) shall not be worn. No degree of sag (pants) will be permitted. If jeans or pants are loose at the waist, a belt must be worn.

If clothing has to be continually pulled down to be within dress code, then the clothing is not in dress code. This goes for shirts, shorts or skirts.

Students may not have fluorescent or unnatural colored hair.

Please help us with maintaining the standards of the dress code for BISD.

Click here to read the BISD High School Dress Code.

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Senior Panoramic Picture Information

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Parking on Campus

Students who plan to park on campus must have a valid driver's license, valid insurance and fill out this form. The cost is $50 per school year. To obtain your parking permit, see Mrs. Lopez in the front office.

Free Senior Portraits at Glamourcraft!

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Seniors! Call or go online today to schedule your free senior portrait session at Glamourcraft in Fort Worth. Appointments are limited and filling up fast! The deadline to take your senior portrait at Glamourcraft is October 14. Remember, if you do not take your picture at Glamourcraft then your picture will not be in the Yearbook. Questions? Contact Mrs. Kroeker.

School ID's and Photos

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All students (including SENIORS) will take school ID photos on the 29th!

This does not replace senior photos at Glamourcraft.

Meet the BCHS Faculty & Staff

Community Service Hours

All BCHS students are encourage to earn 25 Community Service Hours per school year. Hours already earned may be viewed through Skyward Family Access. Community Service forms are available here, on the BCHS website or in the front office.

Remember, Community Service cannot be things you do for immediate family members and cannot be signed by a parent. Forms signed by a parent will not be accepted. Forms must be turned in within 30 days of completing the community service. If you complete community service hours over the summer, forms must be submitted to the office within 30 days of school resuming. If you have questions, see Mrs.Wieland or Mrs. Kroeker.

BCHS Parent Brigade

Are you interested in getting more involved at your child's school? Please join the BCHS Parent Brigade (our version of a PTO). Email and/or join the BCHS Parent Brigade Facebook page for more information.