The Bobcat Weekly
January 30, 2022 Issue 20
The Week Ahead...
With only 2 weeks left of the fourth grading period, I have prepared this twentieth edition of the Bobcat Weekly. To help you navigate the week ahead, I have compiled the following key information:
- No School Friday, Feb. 4
- Benchmark Testing this Week
- Human Trafficking Education Information and Parental Consent Form
- Cheer Try-Outs
- Late Busses
- Emerald Line Try-Outs
- Cap and Gown Orders
- Semester One Attendance Recovery
- Seniors: FASFA - Completion Required
- T3 Pledge for Juniors and Seniors
I hope you find this helpful!
Richard Penland, Principal
English I and II Benchmarks this Week
Action Required: Human Trafficking Education
Your child is being invited to participate in PROTECT, a human trafficking prevention education program, which is being provided through Human Trafficking Youth Prevention Education Demonstration Program through the Office on Trafficking in Persons. This prevention program was designed to empower students to know the signs of potential danger and trust their gut to report it to an adult. Follow the link below to learn more and accept or decline this opportunity. This can easily be done on a smartphone and takes no more than a minute or two. All you will need is your child's student id number.
Seniors need to order their cap and gowns as soon as possible. You have two ways to do this:
1. You can go to Texas Graduation Supplies/Herff Jones at:
9719 Santa Paula Drive, Suite 209
Fort Worth, TX 76116
2. You can call them at:
3. You can visit them online at:
Attendance Recovery for Semester 1
It is time to order this year's book. It is simple to order by following the link below. There you will have the options to personalize your book. Senior families can also purchase and design a special announcement for their graduate. For questions about this year's book, please contact Mr. Robbie Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Families: FAFSA/TASFA
Senior Parents: The FAFSA/TASFA forms for the 2022-2023 school year are open! These forms are extremely important as they qualify your student for financial aid, and it is now a graduation requirement from the state. The priority deadline to complete the application is January 15th, so it is important that you and your student work on this ASAP!
For information about the FAFSA application, you can follow this link: https://collegeforward.org/college-resources/fafsa-101/
For information about the TASFA application, you can follow this link: https://collegeforward.org/college-resources/tasfa-101/
You can contact the BMHS GO Center at (682) 719-5947 with any questions you have.