Tiger Beat March 11th, 2022


Staff Spotlight

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Daylight Saving Time

Don't forget to set your clocks forward Saturday night! March 13th is Daylight Savings Time!
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Band and Choir Festival

On Monday, March 7th, Mr. Weston took his band students to OSU to play in the band festival. The students performed very well.

On Thursday, March 10th, Mr. Weston took his choir students to Roseburg to play in the festival. The choir sang beautifully!

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Expedition Club

Mr. Hatfield took a group of students and visited the University of Oregon. They got a tour of the campus including the Science, Business Management, Rec. Center, Dining, and Hayward Field. Students were able to visit model dorm rooms and ask lots of questions of a 4th-year student. They also visited the Crux Rock Gym where students were able to practice rock climbing, knot tying, and safety techniques!

Art Show

Congratulations to Bandon art students for placing at the Vision 2022 art show at the Coos Art Museum:

9th grade

3rd place Sloane Moore

1st place Nena Minkler

10th grade

***And 2-year tuition waiver (full scholarship to SWOCC) 2nd place overall (student's winning piece is pictured):

Danielle Rock

11th grade

3rd place Diamond Perkins

12th grade

3rd place Alyssa Duenas

These winning pieces were hanging in the BHS library for a short time, and they will be back in April. You can visit the Coos Art Museum to see the show until April 15.


Attention students, please turn in all outstanding textbooks you may have from last year or the first semester of this year. The office will be sending out bills for missing books.
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Wrapping up the 21/22 basketball season:

The Girls' Basketball team competed last week in Pendleton, OR at the OSAA 2A State Basketball Tournament after winning their first-round playoff game at home against Western Christian, 44-34. The Tigers started off hot, winning their quarterfinals game against Gervais 39-30, moving on to the semi-finals for the second time in 3 years. After a hard-fought battle, the girls fell short of the #1 team in the state, Salem Academy. The Tigers were able to go on to a trophy game on Saturday and leave Pendleton with a Top 5 finish, winning 5th in state. The girls ended their great season with an overall record of 24-5.

The Boys' Basketball team qualified for the state playoffs as well, falling short to a good Heppner team on the road. The boys had a great season, securing 20 wins and finishing the season with a 20-8 overall record.

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Thank you Parents

Our annual McKay's receipt collection competition is over and the results are in! Our school gets 1% of all receipts turned in to spend for the library. Congratulations to Mr. Stroh's class for bringing in so many receipts. Their class has earned a little party on 17th!

Ferguson $8887.70

Foster $5287.92

Hambly $11,113.68

Jones $3540.98

Stroh $11,319.35

Total: $40,169.63

7th-8th Grade Art on Exhibit

Currently, there are selected works from our 7th & 8th grade art classes on display at the Coos Art Musuem. The exhibit features work from students K-12 from Coos, Curry, and Western Douglas Counties. The date of the exhibit is through April 15.

8th Grade Recognition Party

Hello 8th Grade Parents!

It's time to start planning the 8th grade recognition party! This event is put on by the 8th grade parents and is a non school affiliated event. We are looking for anyone who is interested in helping. The more the merrier! If you would like to help in any way, i.e., fundraising, planning, donating, set up/clean up, or chaperoning please contact, Juanita Robison (541) 297-8467 or email juanit27a@gmail.com.

Middle School Track & Field for 6th-8th

Track & Field practice begins on March 14 for our 6th-8th graders. Please sign up through Family ID https://hello.familyid.com/ if you are interested. Practice goes from 3:45-5pm. Practice begins each day in the X-Country building at the track. Everyone is encouraged to give it a try. It doesn't matter if you have any experience or not! Contact coach Calan Taylor with questions at Ctaylor@bandon.k12.or.us.

Non School Sponsored Spring Sports

For Track (grades 3-6), Soccer (Pre K-12), and Softball (K-8): https://login.communityplus.app/business-detail-bandon-youth-sports-457999.html?ref_code=9FTDCQK16

For Baseball (Grades pre K- 6): https://tshq.bluesombrero.com/bandonbaseball

Student Hand Book

Please take some time to review our student handbook with your student. We would particularly like you to remind your student of our expectations with regards to cell phones and appropriate technology use.

Cell Phone Policy

Just a reminder, students are not allowed to have cell phones out during school hours. We require them to be kept off and in their locker or backpack during the day. This includes breaks and at lunch. Please encourage your student to come to the office or their teachers if they have a concern or need help instead of reaching out to you via cell phone during the day. This way we can help make sure that all your student's needs are being met. We have a student phone available in the commons that is always available.


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Spring Sports!

Spring sports registration is open for baseball, softball, and track and field. Registrations are found at the Community Plus App.: https://communityplusapp.page.link/isPm

For Track and Field (3rd-6th grade) please contact Tobias @541-260-4207

For Softball please contact Mindy Boston @ (541) 297-8123

For Baseball please contact Coco Taylor @ +1 (818) 671-7625 or bandonyouthbaseball@Hotmail.com


Here is the information for Spring Soccer.

Please contact Pete Wayrynen @ 541-435-4956 or register through CCYS Spring Soccer Register Link: www.cooscountyyouthsports.com

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As of March 3rd, we have raised $2774.31 of our $1500 goal for the American Heart Association! Great work Ocean Crest families!

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