Tiger Beat March 18th, 2022


Staff Spotlight

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Speech Tournament Update from Ms. Pearson

The BHS Speech and Debate team went to Medford this last weekend for NSDA Nat Quals, with 10 kids competing in a variety of events:

Maya Tulles, POI

Tristan Radcliffe, DI

Daniel Cabrera, HI and DI

Riley Cook, DI

Maddie Pahls, Inform and Duo

Peyton Simonds, Duo

Hallie Minkler, POI

Kenny McMillen, Extemp and Duo

Felicia McMillen, Duo

Ben Stufflebeam, DI

Despite the fact that they were anxious and nervous, they did their absolute best and made Mr. Curtis and me so proud.

When the award ceremony happened, to say it was a wild ride would be an absolute understatement. With Nat Quals, each kid had to prioritize which event they would pick to compete in, in the event they placed in more than one. The shifting, and unknown, made the atmosphere chaotic and suspenseful.

When all was said and done, BHS is sending 6 kids to Kentucky in June! The kids are excited to fly to Louisville and spend a week competing on the National Stage.

The Nat Qual results are:

Riley Cook placed first and will be competing in DI.

Hallie Minkler placed first and will be competing in POI.

Tristan Radcliffe has qualified for and will be competing in DI.

Kenny McMillen placed 1st in Congress and Extemp and will be competing in Congress.

Daniel Cabrera placed 2nd in HI and DI and will be competing in HI.

Maddie Pahls placed 1st in Inform, and alternate in Duo with Peyton Simonds, and will be competing in Inform.

The team as a whole also won District Sweepstakes Award in Speech, meaning we had the overall most points in Individual Events for the Southern District.

Congratulations Speech Team and coaches!


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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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.

There will be a parent planning meeting on Monday, March 28th at 6pm in the HLMS library. Contact Juanita for more information.

Bandon Cranberry Logo Contest

Bandon's Best Berries is currently holding a logo contest! If you are interested in submitting a design, please click on this link for more information. There will be both a professional and an armature category.


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.


American Heart Association Fundraiser

Over the past month, our school has been working on making healthy heart choices and raising funds to support the American Heart Association. Our goal was $1500, and we have hit that out of the park and have raised $3,758.95! That means we have helped to save over 65 lives!

Please remember that all donations are due by March 18th.

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