September 19-25, 2021
Re-Invest, Re-Image, BHS
Re-Invest, Re-Image, BHS, has been my mantra as we start the 2021-22 school year.
As we enter the final two weeks before our first interim marking period grades are finalized, I am encouraged by the focus and effort I see on the part of our students and staff in the classroom. If you need additional support in any way, please do not hesitate to contact our teachers, support staff, and administration at any time. We are here to support all of our students and their success!
I am lucky enough to have a daily opportunity to see all the great things happening in our school and school community. We have a great deal to be proud of, and I hope the images below can provide you with some insight on all we are doing for each other and for our school community daily.
Have a great week, and let us know if we can be of any additional help or support.
Brockport High School
Ph: (585) 637-1877
Fax: (585) 637-1867
News and Notes
Students back to school -working collaboratively and safely!
Emma Cuzzupoli displayed Brockport values by turning in a set of keys that she found.
BCSD & Foodlink Food Pantry
Student and staff volunteers support Pop-Up Food Pantry Drive Thru Event
BHS Open House
Setting Goals and Reflection For Learning
One Word To Anchor Your Personal Goals
Productive, Confident, Involved, Focused, Dedicated, Outgoing
Personal Goal Setting
Have you set a positive goal for yourself for the 2021-22 school year?
Self-reflect and Look Ahead!
Students share their reflections in a hallway display.
News and Notes
One School One Book
We are excited to bring back the One School/One Book project to BHS this year! Our chosen text is Dragon Hoops! We are excited to be able to share this book with our entire school community! Dragon Hoops is a graphic novel by the award winning author, Gene Luen Yang. Full of insight about self-identity, racial and ethnic diversity, teamwork, and leadership, Dragon Hoops follows the real-life Bishop O'Dowd Dragons, an Oakland high school basketball team, in its quest to win the California state championship. We will have opportunities for you to discuss and engage with the book throughout second semester. Author Gene Yang will visit BHS in February for a virtual visit to discuss the book and answer your questions.
Students, you have a choice! Would you prefer to read this book in print version (hard copy) or as an ebook through Sora? Let us know by completing the brief survey linked to the blue button below. We will do our best to get you the version you prefer.
Student Resource Survey
Brockport High School families,
As we continue to explore ways to support our students, we have become aware of a new resource called Paper. This resource is designed to provide students with academic support around potential learning loss that may have occurred during the Pandemic. Paper is a 24/7 homework help, writing feedback and study support resource for all academic areas. You can read more information about the resource in the attached PDF “What is Paper.”
We’re asking all families with students in grades 6-12 to complete a survey at the link below, as we consider feedback from teachers, students and parents in determining the purchase of this resource for our students. Students will also be asked to complete a survey with their personal feedback through ClassLink this week. All surveys must be completed no later than Monday, September 27, 2021.
Parent survey: Student Resource Survey (office.com)
Rachel Kluth, Ed. D.
Assistant to the Superintendent for Instruction
Brockport High School: (585) 637-1870
Principal: (585) 637-1877
Assistant Principal Benzan: (585) 637-1870
Assistant Principal Bourne: (585) 637-1979
Assistant Principal Iacchetta: (585) 637-1870
Attendance Office: (585) 637-1871
Attendance Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Counseling Office: (585) 637-1873
School Nurse: (585) 637-1872