BHS Tiger News
Week of February 13, 2022
Belleville High School
Greetings, BHS Families, this is Week #4 of Semester 2.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS:
This Friday, we will be celebrating all students who worked to achieve a 3.0 or better Grade Point Average. Students who achieved Honors (3.0 to less than 3.3333) will receive a certificate of achievement. Students who achieved 3.3333 or greater will be invited to a Pancake Breakfast on Friday. We are so proud of our Tigers, and are excited for this opportunity to celebrate their success!
Students and staff are still required to wear masks in the building. While local counties may be discussing changes to mask requirements, please remember that any changes in our district will be communicated directly - not via social media. Please stay tuned for future updates.
“Where’s my stuff?”
Parents and Guardians, you would not believe the amount of clothing, bags, and shoes that students have left behind that ended up in the Lost & Found - just from 1st semester! We sorted through it all and have asked students to retrieve their belongings, yet we still have three (3) 8 foot tables of clothing near the main office. Next, the items will be given away for free - first in the building, then items will be donated to GoodWill. If you believe your student has missing items (especially from gym classes), please have them stop by the tables outside the main office.
There have been questions about bathroom policies since the TikTok challenges that had some think it fun to trash the bathrooms (ripping off soap dispensers & toilet roll holders, plugging toilets, kicking stall doors in, etc.). While this may have only been a few students, it affects all. No student deserves to walk in and see things in disorder or disrepair. This behavior cost the school & district hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, including additional custodial hours for cleaning and repairing/replacing items). As a solution, students have since been required to log themselves in before going to the restroom during class time. Also, restrooms have been limited to only one or two students during class time. This new policy has produced an overwhelmingly positive result - a complete turnaround of these unseemly behaviors. We will soon move to electronic passes, which will eliminate the physical signing in altogether. We appreciate our students' understanding and cooperation to resolve this issue. If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to Mrs. Crockett’s office.
The following clubs are seeking new members. Encourage your student to try out if they express any interest. You never know what could come from a new experience!
Interested in boys or girls GOLF this season? Please see Coach Martin in the cafeteria during ALL 3 lunches on Monday, February 14th.
Interested in RUNNING TRACK this spring? There will be a brief meeting followed by conditioning from 2:15pm-4:15pm on Monday, February 14 at the upstairs indoor track. Please bring workout clothes and have rides ready by 4:15pm.
Senior Families (c/o 2022): Please do not pay for college applications, Mrs. Lucy has fee waivers in her office. Please reach out to her in the counseling office to find out what’s available.
Dismissal Bells: As an FYI, all students will be dismissed from the building at 2:04 pm. We no longer have staggered dismissal bells.
Black History Month (continued):
Black History Month activities continue this week. In case you missed it, please visit this excellent resource that has been shared with students:
STUDENT ACADEMIC SUPPORTS:
Please find links below for Homework Lab (Tues/Thurs) and Tutoring (Mon/Tues/Thurs)
FROM STUDENT COUNCIL
This week is Acts of Kindness Week. See the link below for the daily themes.
Tiger Parent and Senior Parent meeting - Wednesday, February 16, 2022. Here is the link to join the virtual meeting.
See the Class of 2022 link for updates (CURRENT JUNIORS) on upcoming events including fundraisers, senior parent meetings, prom and senior party.
Important Dates and Upcoming Events:
Feb 7th-Feb 11th: Athletics Schedules for Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys Swim, Bowling, and Wrestling - visit https://bellevilleathletics.net/
Feb 14th: Senior Class Bake Sale during ALL 3 lunches
Feb 16th: Tiger Parent Meeting (Virtual), 6:30pm http://meet.google.com/xzc-kybe-ttt
Feb 18th: Academic Excellence Awards for Semester 1
Feb 21st: NO SCHOOL - Presidents Day
Feb 26th: Jazz Band Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser, 5:00pm
Mar 3rd & 4th: BHS Band Festival
Mar 3rd & 4th: HALF DAYS, 7:16am - 10:31am
Mar 3rd: Parent Teacher Conferences, 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Have a fantastic week everyone, enjoy the Super Bowl, Happy Valentines Day, and GO TIGERS!
~ Principal Crockett, AP Mrs. Green, AP Mr. Roberson, AP Mr. Wright, BNT Director Mr. Wilsey, and AD Mr. Brodie
Belleville Freshmen and Sophomore swimming continues to DOMINATE the record board! On 2/10, they claimed their 3rd record in the 200 Medley Relay with a time of 1:50.33.
CONGRATULATIONS to Khang Huynh, Thomas Okubo, Logan Peterman, and Adam Haase on your 3rd relay record of the season.
SIGNING DAY - CONGRATULATIONS to the Tigers Football players who will be pursuing their athletic careers in college next year!
- Cameron Dyson- Howard
- DeShaun Lee- Iowa
- Markus Murrell- Bluffton
- Aaron Alexander- UMASS
- Jeremiah Caldwell- Louisville
- Dylan Martin- Bluffton
- Cameron Moore- Albion
- Jashawn Greene- Independence
- Charles Wilson- Grand Valley
- Not Pictured: Ronzie Randle- Concordia and JaKobe Watkins- SE Missouri St
We are proud of you all, and can't wait to see all the great things awaiting you.
From the Counseling Team
2022-2023 Course Registration Continues! BHS counselors will meet with current 10th grade students to discuss course selections for the 22-23 school year. We are encouraging all students to review the Program of Studies to learn more about our courses.
B.C.A.P. - Biomedical Career Advancement Program
Students in grades 10-12:
Are you interested in a health science career? Do you want experience working in a research lab with senior research faculty at Wayne State University?
If you said yes, then apply today for BCAP (Biomedical Career Advancement Program)! Learn more at: https://miahec.wayne.edu/southeast/highschool
The deadline to apply is Monday, February 14th at 5pm!!!
SMASH - SMASH University of Michigan is still accepting applications for Summer 2022. SMASH is a free program to first-generation, low-income, 9th grade students in the state of Michigan that are interested in STEM careers. This is an excellent opportunity for 9th grade students interested in learning more about careers in the STEM field.
The application is now open at www.smash.org/apply. The deadline to apply will be March 1st, 2022.
Scholarships for African American students during Black History Month
Educational institutions, foundations and many other organizations celebrate African American students with scholarship opportunities - find one you qualify for today!
Many of our local scholarship applications are now available!!! Please visit our local scholarships page often to view new scholarships.
Here are a few scholarships with approaching deadlines. Apply today!
- Michigan Education Association Scholarship- 2/17/22
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inkster Alumnae Chapter 2022 Delta Scholar- 2/18/22
- Metro Bureau Scholarship Application- 2/25/22
- The New Metropolitan Detroit Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc- 2/28/22