Berea-Midpark High School
September 18, 2023
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Parent Teacher Conferences
Conferences will be held in person unless you click "ADD SPECIAL REQUEST" for a virtual conference. You must provide contact information for a phone or video conference for the teacher to contact you.
Homecoming Dance Information
Dances at BMHS are a privilege, not a right. Any student who receives an out-of-school suspension (OSS) will lose the privilege of attending homecoming.
News From the School Counselors
We are excited to share a fun and meaningful week of events this week with our students! The Start With Hello program empowers students in grades K-12 to recognize loneliness and social isolation in their peers. Start With Hello Week raises awareness about social isolation and educates students and the community on how to prevent incidents of bullying or violence. Check out the graphic below for our daily themes and activities:
BMHS Counseling Department News
- There have been numerous college visits scheduled so far. If you are interested, please sign up in Naviance. See Ms. Kronika in the Counseling Office with any questions.
- Dr. Gates from College Now is scheduled to be in the building numerous times over the next few months. Please go to the Counseling Office website under the School Counselors tab to get yourself scheduled. See Ms. Kronika with any questions.
Polaris Student Ambassadors:
The following outstanding students have been selected to be Polaris Student Ambassadors! These students were chosen by their Polaris teachers to represent Polaris Career Center at various functions throughout the year. Congratulations students!
Postive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS)
At Berea- Midpark High School, 3 main principles guide our expectations of students in the classroom:
- Be Respectful
- Be Responsible
- Be Safe
Check out the list of students recognized last week for being respectful, responsible, and safe!
12th- Aiden Hahn
11th- Teddy Tube
11th- Anastazia Cunningham
9th- Isabella Zaptocky
9th- Kaila Ostrander
Congratulations Keanan Roberts and Taliyah Kent
Students at Berea-Midpark High School earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs. High-achieving students from all 50 states and U.S. territories were eligible to apply to four programs: National African American Recognition Program, National Hispanic Recognition Program, National Indigenous Recognition Program, and/or National Rural/Small Town Recognition Program.
These programs celebrate students' hard work in high school and showcase their strong academic performance. The academic honors for rural area, Black, Indigenous, and/or Latino students are an opportunity for students to share their strong academic achievements with colleges and scholarship programs that are seeking to recruit diverse talent.
At Berea-Midpark High School, two students received the academic honor, senior Keanan Roberts and senior Taliyah Kent.
“We’re delighted to celebrate our students and recognize them for the remarkable work that they do which includes strong academic performances in the classroom and on College Board assessments, and AP exams,” said Susan Malone, coordinator of the school’s Realizing Your Potential (RYP) program. “These students stand up and stand out and are valuable assets to our communities and society as a whole.”