The Senior Shout Out - Team 2022

May 2022

"Logan Trout" - Team 2022 - In Our Hearts Forever

Welcome Parents/Guardians

Happy Friday! We have been a "Team" for the last four years and this is our last month. It is definitely bitter-sweet. Let's encourage our students to finish strong as they look forward to the next chapter of life.

Upcoming Dates:

5/2 - 5/13 AP Test

5/7 - PROM

5/25 - Final Exams - School Day Ends at 11:00am

5/26 - Final Exams - School Day Ends at 11:00am - Last Day for Students

6/3 - Commencement Practice

6/4 - Commencement

Graduation Information

Dear Parents/Guardians of Team 2022 Graduates,

The school year has gone by so quickly, but so much is yet to happen. The following is information that you and your student will need to know to complete this school year.

Cap and Gown Pick Up: Cap and Gowns were picked up Tuesday, May 3rd. Students who were not hear to pick up their orders, can pick them up in the team office. Students must have a cap and gown to walk in the Graduation Ceremony. Contact Herff Jones at 317-839-1600 or if you still need to order something. This year gowns are rentals and must be returned at the conclusion of the Ceremony in order for students to receive their diploma.

Final Exams: Exams will be given on May 25th and May 26th. Students will be released at 11:00 a.m. on both days.

Payment of Fees and Fines: Seniors must have all fees and fines paid in full by Thursday, May 26th. Students are encouraged to pay outstanding fees in advance. Fines include: outstanding book rental fees, media center fines, lunch accounts, athletic and/or performing art fees, and parking tickets. Please contact Joleen Willis at or (317) 852-2258 ext. 1516 with any questions. Students will also be required to submit a Senior Release Form. Details will be given to students the week of May 23rd.

Commencement Practice: Friday, June 3rd at 10:00 a.m. in the Varsity Fieldhouse. Check in begins at 9:30 a.m. and attendance will be taken. This practice is for STUDENTS ONLY. This is a MANDATORY practice and is REQUIRED for students wanting to participate in the Commencement Ceremony. If students do not attend practice, they will not be able to walk across the stage. Also, tickets for “Option C” (see below) will be handed out on this day. If a senior does not get his/her tickets, then family members will not be allowed in the Varsity Fieldhouse in the event that we must move inside due to poor weather.

Commencement Ceremony: Graduation for the Class of 2022 is scheduled for Saturday, June 4, 2022 and will be held at C.F. Roark Stadium (BHS Football Field). Due to the possibility of inclement weather, we will be prepared with 3 different plans for this day.

Option A – 10:00 a.m. outside on the football field – Unlimited Seating (no tickets needed)

· 8:30 – Gates 1, 2, & 4 open for audience entry

· 9:00 – Students arrive for staging in the Varsity Fieldhouse, enter Door 14.

· 9:40 – Processional onto the football field – Odell St. and Tilden Rd. will be closed at this time until 11:30 a.m.

· 10:00 – Start of ceremony

Decision to postpone the ceremony due to inclement weather will be made by 6:30 a.m. Students/parents will only be notified IF the change is necessary.

Option B – 6:00 p.m. outside on the football field – Unlimited seating (no tickets needed)

· 4:30 – Gates 1, 2, & 4 open for audience entry

· 5:00 – Students arrive for staging in the Varsity Fieldhouse, enter Door 14.

· 5:40 – Processional onto the football field – Odell St. and Tilden Rd. will be closed at this time until 7:30 p.m.

· 6:00 – Start of ceremony

Decision to move the ceremony inside due to inclement weather will be made by 1:00 p.m. in order to allow enough time to move items from the football field to the Varsity Fieldhouse.

Students/parents will only be notified IF the change is necessary.

Option C – 6:00 p.m. inside in the Varsity Fieldhouse – Limited seating (4 tickets per graduate)

· 4:30 – Doors 14 & 15 will open for audience entry into the Varsity Fieldhouse. Tickets collected at door.

· 5:00 – Students arrive for staging in the cafeteria, enter Door 1/6.

· 5:40 – Processional into the gymnasium

· 6:00 – Start of ceremony

For those that cannot attend, the ceremony will be televised live in HD on .

The stream will be live no matter which option for time and location is chosen. The video will also be available to watch on-demand at the same website a few hours after the event concludes.

Handicapped Seating: If you or a guest needs handicapped seating, please reach out to Mrs. Veyette at .

Spectator Conduct at Commencement: Out of respect for our graduates and to preserve the dignity of this ceremony, please set cell phones to silent/vibrate mode and refrain from the use of loud noise makers and loud noises during student recognition. We would like to remind everyone that air horns or other noise making devices are not permitted and will be confiscated by the BCSC police. Every graduate deserves the right to be recognized without interruption. Your cooperation in advance is appreciated.

Photography at Commencement: Please arrange to take pictures prior to Commencement. Team 2022 will be renting the Graduation Gowns and collecting the Gowns immediately after the ceremony. Please plan to meet up with friends and classmates before the commencement exercise to take personal photos to commemorate this special day. A professional photographer will be present at commencement to capture the awarding of the diploma and graduates exiting the stage. Parents may take photographs during Commencement from their seats. Order forms will be passed out at practice with their tickets. More information is available through Lifetouch at: . Parents and/or spectators will not be permitted down in front where diplomas are being presented.

Proper dress for the Graduation Ceremony: Gentlemen should wear a shirt and tie along with dress pants and dress shoes. Ladies should wear a dress or a blouse and skirt/slacks. To minimize the possibility of falling when going up and down stairs, and to protect the stadium turf, ladies will only be permitted to wear flats or wedges. Under NO circumstances should blue jeans, tennis shoes, high heels, t-shirts or shorts be worn during the ceremony. Also in order to maintain the dignity of the ceremony, no messages are permitted to be worn on the top of the caps. Any student improperly dressed will not be permitted to go through Commencement.

“Senior Moment”: (momentary lapse of good judgment) - BHS will not tolerate any type of senior prank. We are very optimistic that we will not have any issues with this group of seniors. Their character and high degree of respect for BHS is quite impressive. Students must understand that if they come onto school property during times in which they are not scheduled to be here, they will be held accountable for their actions. If necessary, this may include involvement of the police. Students will be held accountable for any type of disruption up to and including Commencement. Please discuss this with your son/daughter so we are not placed in a position of denying the privilege of participating in Commencement activities.

Thank you for a successful senior year and your continued partnership,

Team 2022

Demetrius Dowler – Assistant Principal

Rachel Griffin – School Counselor

Jason Patterson – School Counselor

Amy Harrison – Academic Coach

Deborah Veyette – Administrative Assistant

Joni Martin – College and Career Advisor

2021-2022 Semester 2 Finals Schedule

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Counselors Corner

Safe Families for Children is an organization that helps families in need while decreasing the number of kids in the foster care system. You can learn more about this program at They are available to help Brownsburg families by providing host families for those in crisis. You can also find information about how you can sign up to be a volunteer or a host family. Contact Counselors Miss Griffin (A-K) or Mr. Patterson (L-Z) if you’d like more information.

Character Education

Counselors Miss Griffin and Mr. Patterson will be visiting classrooms to present May's character trait, CITIZENSHIP - Participation: to choose to act in ways that benefit everyone in a community.
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Team Contact Information

Assistant Principal - Demetrius Dowler ext. 1920

Guidance Counselor - Rachel Griffin (A-K) ext. 1902

Guidance Counselor - Jason Patterson (L-Z) ext. 1903

Joni Martin - College and Career Advisor ext. 1916

Academic Coach - Amy Harrison ext 1904

Administrative Assistant - Deborah Veyette ext 1901

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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.

The Purdue Varsity Glee Club is coming to Brownsburg High School on January 28! This community concert will also include BHS’ The Blend!

Purchase your tickets here: