The Senior Shout Out - Team 2022
"Logan Trout" - Team 2022 - In Our Hearts Forever
Happy Friday! Our senior year has gotten off to a great start and school spirit has been amazing!
10/6 - 10/7 - Parent-Teacher Conferences - 4:30pm - 8:00pm
10/8 - Electronic Report Cards Available, College and Career Day forms are due
10/6 - 10/7 - HBCU Virtual College Fair
11/4 - FAFSA Night
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on October. 6th and 7th
BHS Team 2022 seniors will participate in a Preparing for College and Career Day on October 26, 2021. Students will not need to report to the BHS campus on this day. The form needs to be completed by Friday October 8th.
On Tuesday, October 26th, BHS Team 2022 seniors will participate in a “Preparing for College and Career Day” on October 26, 2021. Senior students should not need to report to the BHS campus on this day.
What is Preparing for College and Career Day?
This day, which typically has been dedicated to administering the PSAT to all 10th and 11th grade students at BHS, also offers programming for 12th graders. This day will take place on October 26, 2021.
BHS Seniors will be selecting from two options to explore or confirm their post-secondary plans. Students will either visit a college/university (in-person or virtual) or complete a job shadow experience on this day. If a student does not complete this form or chooses not to participate in one of the two options provided, they will be required to attend school that day. The college visit would not count towards the two (2) college visit days each student is allotted for Senior year.
Students who do not participate in a college visit or job shadow experience will go through a number of different college and career preparation sessions and service learning opportunities with our Team 2022 staff at BHS. Their "normal" schedule of course will not take place this day.
Please complete this form by October 8, 2021.
Here's the link to the form "BHS Team 2022 - Preparing for College and Career Day - October 26, 2021":
Virtual HBCU College Fair
FAFSA Night on November 4th
On Thursday, November 4th, BHS will be hosting a FAFSA Night in which financial aid experts from INvestEd will be here to assist families in filing the 2022-2023 FAFSA. Families may come in anytime between 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. for assistance. It will take place in the Senior Academy Cafeteria and entrance is through Door 12 of the Senior Academy.
The 2022-2023 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is available online starting October 1, 2021 at www.fafsa.gov . Completing the FAFSA is the most important step in the financial aid process and determines eligibility for both state of Indiana and federal aid. The FAFSA requires your 2020 tax return and April 15, 2022 is the state deadline to file the FAFSA. However, many colleges/universities have their own FAFSA filing deadline dates. It is important to check financial aid websites of colleges/universities to ensure their FAFSA deadline is met.
For a FAFSA Checklist and guide for creating your FSA ID (Federal Student Aid), visit www.investedindiana.org/fafsa .
Here are other helpful financial aid websites:
Governor’s Order Changes Quarantine Protocols
Late Wednesday afternoon, Governor Holcomb issued an executive order changing the quarantine rules for schools that require masks. Students who have had close contact to a positive case when they are unmasked (i.e., during lunch) will still have to quarantine and families are contacted separately about the next steps. When a student is a close contact to a positive case when both parties are wearing masks (i.e., on the bus or in class), the student will not have to quarantine. The family will still be contacted and will be asked to monitor the student for symptoms while they continue to attend school. Please contact the school nurse Ryan Elam or Melanie Carrel if you have further questions.
Mr. Patterson and Miss Griffin will have the privilege of visiting several classrooms to facilitate September’s and October’s character trait of RESPECT. During these lessons, students will have a chance to reflect on the various ways they show respect to themselves, others, and the world. The lesson will conclude by learning healthy and safe ways to respond when they believe they have been disrespected.
DAILY NORMS AND EXPECTATIONS
Dress Code Expectations
Clothing should be so constructed and worn in a manner that is not unduly revealing. Tops that may NOT be worn include tank tops, muscle shirts, tube tops, halter tops, backless shirts, tops with spaghetti straps, sheer or fishnet shirts, and cut-offs or other tops which show midriff. Plunging neck lines and excessive exposure is not acceptable. Our gauge for necklines will be 4"; the length of four fingers. All shorts, skirts, and pants should not be unduly revealing, using the fingertip rule as a guide.
Students who are in violation of our BHS dress code will be sent to the team office to put on school assigned attire or call a parent/guardian to bring them a change of clothes.
Excessive tardies or absences to school or class
Please see attached for this week’s newsletter that was sent to seniors as a follow up from visiting English classes for a college application process presentation. If you have questions regarding items in the newsletter, please let me know.
Naviance Test Prep
We have SAT Test Prep available in Naviance. The Naviance SAT Test Prep can be found on the home page of Naviance under “Resources to Get Ready.” We highly encourage students to take advantage of the SAT prep tool to prepare themselves for the SAT. A prep guide is available in Naviance in the section labeled “From My School.” Also visit the SAT and ACT websites at www.collegeboard.org and www.act.org for additional test prep resources available.
This is a reminder to get your student signed up for the ACT and/or the SAT this school year. Students can sign up for the ACT at act.org and the SAT at collegeboard.org. Due to some colleges requiring a writing score, we encourage students to take the writing portion of the ACT/SAT the first time they take the test. Please reach out to the counselors if you have any questions.
FREE & REDUCED APPLICATIONS COULD OFFER CURRICULAR MATERIALS & OTHER SUPPORT
While meals are free for all students again this year, it is important for any family who may qualify for free and reduced meals to complete the application. A new application must be completed each year. Those who qualify may receive assistance for curricular materials and other fees in addition to other support. Follow the link for more information.
LEARN MORE ABOUT BEF BY VISITING WWW.BROWNSBURGEDUCATIONFOUNDATION.ORG
THE FLYER INFORMATION BOARD
Team Contact Information
Assistant Principal - Demetrius Dowler
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Guidance Counselor - Rachel Griffin (A-K)
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Guidance Counselor - Jason Patterson (L-Z)
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Joni Martin - College and Career Advisor
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Academic Coach - Amy Harrison
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Administrative Assistant - Deborah Veyette
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Brownsburg Community School Corporation does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, gender or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities. Inquiries may be referred to: Title IX Coordinator, BCSC, 310 Stadium Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112.
Senior Parent College Information Meeting - Thursday, August 12th - 6:00pm
We will be hosting a Senior Parent College Information Meeting on Thursday, August 12th at 6:00 p.m. in the BHS Auditorium (prior to Open House at 7:00 p.m.). Entrance is through Door 1 or Door 6. The presentation will include the same content provided to seniors when Mrs. Martin (College and Career Advisor) visits their English classrooms. We hope you can attend!