Huskie News

Summer Newsletter

New Website and App!

If you've visited our website lately (, you may have noticed a change in scenery! Our new website is up and running and offers a more user-friendly experience. It also has an accompanying app! The app is perfect for finding information on the go and keeping up with all the happenings at Breckenridge Community Schools! Be sure to download it today to keep up with everything happening over the summer at BCS!

Click HERE to download the Breckenridge Community Schools app on the Google Play Store.

Click HERE to download the Breckenridge Community Schools app on the Apple store

Upcoming important dates

June 2 - Middle School Awards Assembly - 10:30 AM on the football field

-Half day of School

June 9 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! Half day!

Click here for a Calendar of Events

Stay up to date with an overview of all events happening at Breckenridge Middle/High School!

BCS Bond Update

Breckenridge Elementary Summer of 2021 Bond Work

The A wing of the elementary building is scheduled for demolition in mid June. This work is being completed by Pitsch Company. All teachers will transition to new classrooms in B and C wing for the 2021-2022 school year.

We are in the process of preparing bids for the new elementary addition and other updates to the elementary building such as updating B and C wing restrooms, flooring, whiteboards, and projectors. This additional information will be provided after the bid process is completed.

Breckenridge MS/HS Summer of 2021 Bond Work

We have several projects scheduled at the MS/HS building for the summer of 2021. The High School Locker rooms will be renovated and updated. We will also be updating the HVAC unit for the locker rooms and gymnasium area. Our Mechanical HVAC work is being completed by Johnson & Wood LLC and Commercial Controls. We will also begin the process of updating the electrical in the building. All electrical panels will be updated this summer. Electrical work on high school hallways and classrooms will take place in future bids. Electrical work this summer is being completed by Ted's Electrical Service.

All lockers in the MS/HS will be replaced. We currently have 3 different colors and types of lockers. All lockers will match (Breckenridge Blue!). Symons Building Specialties will be replacing our lockers. Our MS gym bleachers will be replaced in early August. These bleachers are being replaced by Interkal, LLC.

We are in the process of preparing bids for updates to high school classrooms (flooring, lighting, projectors, etc), track, sidewalks and courtyard areas, and baseball/softball field dugouts/fencing. This additional information will be provided after the bid process is completed.

-Wade Slavik, Superintendent

Summer 2021 STEM & STEAM Programming

FREE Summer STEM Camp will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week from 8 am to noon. Transportation will be provided.

TUITION FEE Summer STEAM Childcare is available Monday and Friday from 7am-6pm & Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 7-8:00am and noon-6:00. NO transportation provided.

Limited spaces for both options. Summer STEM will be prioritized on most academic need. Breakfast & Lunch provided.

Contact the Elementary School Office for information and to sign up.

BHS students who need to make up credits to stay on track to graduate will be meeting on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 am to noon. Transportation and meals will also be provided. Families of students who should attend have been contacted by Mrs. Pilmore.

Food service will be delivering meals all summer. Meals will be delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during our summer school program.


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Huskie Sports: The Year in Review

It's been an interesting year for sports! Aside from a few pauses, we were able to participate and have full seasons of all Huskie Sports! Below are some pictures and end of the season stats for each sport.

Stay up to date as the Spring Sports regular season ends and we move into the post-season by visiting our Facebook page (link at bottom of newsletter).

Fall Sports Teams

Winter Sports Teams

Spring Sports Teams

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Breckenridge Elementary Run Club

The Elementary Run Club had a great season. This club is for 3rd through 5th grade students. We had 53 boys and girls participate this year. During the four week season we had a lot of fun playing many different running games to keep us active. It was a different year than normal, but we still enjoyed the time together and the friendships made.

We want to thank our volunteers for their time investing in our students after school. We also want to thank our school community for continuing to support our club. We are looking forward to another season this FALL. Good luck to our 5th graders who will be moving up to the middle school next year. You will be missed!

** 5th graders, if you are interested in running Cross Country this fall they start running as a team through the summer. This is a great opportunity to continue your love for running.

**2nd-4th graders be on the look out early Fall for information. We are going to try and do club earlier in the year, hoping for warmer weather and less conflicts.

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Blue's News!

Box Tops for Education

Did you know it's easier than ever to help your school out using the Box Tops for Education app? CLICK HERE to go to the website, which will provide links to download the app and instructions on how to get started!


Did you know that PowerSchool, our student information system, makes it easy for you to monitor your student's grades and attendance? You can also see the daily announcements so you will always know what is going on at the school. The PowerSchool app can be easily loaded onto your phone so the information will be at your fingertips. Click here for a quick video showing you how to set the app up on your phone. The school code is WMKP.

High School Yearbook

You can add photos to be considered for the high school yearbook by going to

Daily Health Screening

Keep the Huskies Healthy!

If your student stays home from school sick, or leaves school early due to any of the following symptoms:
  • Temperature of 100.4 or higher
  • Chills/sweating
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain
  • Severe or sudden headache
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Muscle aches
  • Close contact with confirmed positive Covid case
  • Have traveled internationally

they are REQUIRED to be symptom free for 24 hours AND provide one of the following to the HS office in order to return:

  1. A doctor's note with a return to school date
  2. A negative Covid test.

If neither a doctor's note or proof of a negative Covid test can be provided, the student may not return to school until they complete a 10 day quarantine and are symptom free for 24 hours.

If your student comes back to school without a note, without proof of a negative Covid test, or before their 10 day quarantine is over, they will be sent home.