Huskie News

November 2022

Elementary Updates

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Halloween Fun!

This year we had 86 entries in our annual pumpkin contest. A huge thank you to all the students who participated. All of the pumpkins looked amazing! Congratulations to the following winners:

Most Original

1st place Niamh Butcher

2nd place Peyton Stone

3rd place Vivian Rose

Funniest

1st place Ben Bartlett

2nd place Griffin McKenzie

3rd place Allison Shelley

Scariest

1st place Emberlyn Coyle

2nd place Easton Becker

3rd place Hudson Cooper

BES Run Club Fall 2022

Our Elementary Run Club had a great season. This year we had 31- 4th and 5th grade students participate. During our six week season we worked on our pace, our breathing and getting faster each time out. The students have enjoyed meeting new friends and staying active. We enjoyed the beautiful weather that this Fall has brought. We ended our season Tuesday, October 11th with a 2 mile fun run. The students did a great job! Thank you to all who came and helped cheer on the runners. We also want to thank the MS/HS Cross Country Team for coming and running with us a couple times. We always look forward to hanging with the “big” kids.

We want to thank our volunteers for their time investing in our students after school. We also want to thank our school community for continuing to support our club. We are looking forward to another season next year. Good luck to our 5th graders who will be moving up to the middle school next year. You will be missed, but you have a great opportunity to run on the cross country team. Anyone who would like to volunteer next year to help out with this club, please contact Mrs. Emily Krenz at the elementary school. We would love to be able to have two teams next year. Run, HUSKIES, Run!

October Students of the Month

Congratulations to Molly Giles, Matthew Tilson, Grayson Crain, Jesse Wale, Gabe Hernandez, Connor Parkhurst, Leo Smith, Brayden Button, Peyton Keefer, Sophia Bramer, Maiyah Delo, Griffin McKenzie, Adaleigh Rademacher, and Hunter Hitsman.

Keep up the GREAT WORK!

Paw Prize Winners for October

Congratulations to our Paw Prize Winners! These students were selected for demonstrating fairness all month long.

Wall of Wonderful Work

Students are nominated by their teachers for completing exceptional work. Keep it up, Huskies!

Updates from Mrs. Chovanec

A big thank you to Sunday and Danielle for hosting us at Howe Memorial Library. We listened to a story and made a Halloween craft.
We ended our study of apples with Apple Day! A big thank you to our parent volunteers!

Middle & High School Updates

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MS/HS Students of the Month

Congratulations to the October students of the month:

7th Grade - Ellee Cochran

8th Grade - Daniel Raysby

HS - Noah Barr & Miranda Bloomquist

Directory Information

Directory information can be provided upon request to any individual, other than a for-profit organization, even without the written consent of a parent. Parents may refuse to allow the Board to disclose any or all of such “directory information” upon written notification to the Board. For further information about the items included within the category of directory information and instructions on how to prohibit its release you may wish to consult the Board’s annual Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) notice can be found in building offices.

Bond Updates

Bond projects that were to be completed during the summer are beginning to wind down. We've had our track work completed just in time for winter and it will be ready for track season next spring. Our MS gym roof has been replaced - unfortunately, during the process, the roof leaked, causing the floor to be damaged. It is not safe for student use for PE classes and practices. Insurance is covering the cost of replacement and we are having work begin over the next month to have the gym back up and running as soon as possible. The replacement of the floor should take approximately 6 weeks to complete.


During the winter months, there will be little work taking place other than making sure all of the summer projects are completed and finalized. We will have one final round of projects that will take place during the summer of 2023. The majority of these projects will take place during the summer months.


Thank you for your patience and support as we work to provide our staff, students, and community a great learning environment that our community can take pride in.

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Important Dates

November 8 - No School

November 15 - No School

November 23 - 1/2 Day

November 24 & 25 - No School

Athletics

Athletics Schedule

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Blue's News!

Box Tops for Education

Did you know it's easier than ever to help your school out using the Box Tops for Education app? CLICK HERE to go to the website, which will provide links to download the app and instructions on how to get started!

PowerSchool

Did you know that PowerSchool, our student information system, makes it easy for you to monitor your student's grades and attendance? You can also see the daily announcements so you will always know what is going on at the school. The PowerSchool app can be easily loaded onto your phone so the information will be at your fingertips. Click here for a quick video showing you how to set the app up on your phone. The school code is WMKP.

BCS App!

Did you know you can access the latest sports schedules, updates from administration, and lunch menus right from our new App?! The BCS app offers everything from documents to schedules to menus and more. Search "Breckenridge Community Schools" in your app store and download the app so you can stay in the know with all the happenings at Breckenridge Community Schools!

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Click HERE to download on Google Play.

Click HERE to download on the Apple App Store.

Keep the Huskies Healthy!

If your student stays home from school sick, or leaves school early, please keep them home until they have been symptom free for at least 24 hours.

BCS Assurances for Students with Disabilities