Blair Oaks High School ~ April 6, 2018
Tutoring available after school!
Mondays ~ Mrs. Blaha and Mrs. King
Tuesdays ~ Mrs. Northweather and Mrs. Mayer
Wednesdays ~ Mrs. Lackman and Mrs. Roberts
Thursdays ~ Mrs. Braun and Mrs. Maples
2018 Summer School!
Blair Oaks High School is excited to offer the following summer school classes during the May 30 - June 28 sessions.
- Physical Education, for incoming 9th and 10th graders, 1/2 PE credit earned, students will develop a life-long interest in sports and leisure-time activities
Click here for PE info & registration form
- Math, for incoming 9th and 10th graders, 1/2 elective credit earned, students will work on fundamental skills and get extra help in areas they need
Click here for MATH info & registration form
- Driver's Education is available to students who are 15 years of age (or older) by June 15, 2018. The course requires 30 classroom hours of study over a 5-day period plus 18 driving hours scheduled during the summer months. District students receive priority placement in Driver's Education through April 13th.
Click here for DRIVER'S ED info & registration form
Click here for summer school BUS route info
Summer School A+ Program!
Juniors and seniors are able to participate in the A+ Program during summer school in the elementary building. To complete the program, students need to tutor for a total of 50 hours. See link below for more information and the A+ application.
- Session 1, May 30 - June 13, 7:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Session 2, June 14 - 28, 7:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Summer school is NOT in session on Fridays. (except for PE and Math students)
Blair Oaks' Dance Team
- Dance Preview:
Friday, April 6th, 3:00 - 3:20 p.m., Room 19
- Try Outs:
Monday - Thursday, April 9-12th, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., HS Gym & Cafeteria
- Parent Meeeting:
Tuesday, April 10th, 5:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria
Information packets will be handed out on Monday and Tuesday at try-outs. Tentative camp dates and practice schedules will be included. If you have additional questions, please contact Michelle Holtmeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EOC (End-of-course) Testing Info
The Missouri Assessment Program assesses students' progress toward learning standards.
April 16 – English I and II – Session 1 (periods 1 – 2)
April 17 – English I and II – Session 2 (periods 1 – 2)
April 18 – Algebra 2 – Session 1 (Periods 1 – 2)
April 18 - Geometry – Session 1 (Periods 1 – 2)
April 19 – Algebra 2 – Session 2 (Periods 1 – 2)
April 19 - Geometry – Session 2 (Periods 1 – 2)
April 20 – Biology (within the class period)
April 20 - Physical science (within the class period)
May 1 - Algebra 1 – Session 1 (Periods 1 – 2)
May 2 - Algebra 1 – Session 2 (Periods 1 – 2)
2018 Summer Sports Camps
~ Baseball ~ Boys Basketball ~ Cheerleading ~ Football ~
~ Girls Basketball ~ Softball ~ Volleyball ~ Wrestling ~
We are excited to share the flyer for 2018 Summer Sports Camps! Blair Oaks welcomes campers of all ability levels in our camps. Everyone is grouped by age/grade and skill in respective sports. We offer a balanced program of fundamental instruction, sport strategy, and game competition. The 2nd page of our flyer contains listing of camps offered, dates, and fees. Early registration is encouraged.
- Date: Friday, May 11, 2018
- Time: 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
- Location: Blair Oaks High School
- Cost: $15.00
- Make check payable to Dr. Galbraith.
Students must bring a physical form signed by a parent.
Physical is good for the 2018-19 school year.
Link to physical form on MSHSAA web page:
5K Color Run/Walk
High School Students for International Travel are hosting a 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, April 14th, to raise funds to offset expenses for an educational trip to Puerto Rico.
Click here to view flyer for more information.
Early Bird Registration rates apply through March 31st!
Blair Oaks' LifeSmarts
Click here to read more about our team!
Blair Oaks' Archery
A recent news release from The Missouri Department of Conservation shared:
"The tenth annual Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP) state tournament held March 23-24 in Branson drew 3,132 student archers in grades 4-12 from a record setting 140 schools across the state. Winning teams and individuals will go on to compete in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) tournament in Louisville, KY, on May 10-12.
MDC’s Education Outreach Coordinator Eric Edwards said this year’s tournament was the largest one ever. “To put the size of the state tournament in perspective if you laid every arrow end-to-end that was shot at the tournament, they would stretch 111 miles,” Edwards said."
Blair Oaks' Archery Club will have members competing in the national archery competition in May.
I can always count on Dru to be ready for class; he responds and interacts with the teacher's questions. Dru is not only accountable when it comes to classroom responsibilities, but in his mannerisms and respectful behavior.
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Katelyn Weber is a very outgoing and pleasant person to be around. She is always willing to go the extra mile to help out. The character of this young lady is beyond that of a normal high school student.
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April 8-10 - FBLA State
April 10 - ASVAB Testing - a few juniors will take this
April 12 - Work Keys Test - a few juniors will take this
April 19-20 - FFA State Convention, Columbia, MO
April 20-24 - LifeSmarts competition, San Diego, CA
April 21 - Prom
May 02 - Academic Honors Reception
May 03 - Early Release, 1:00pm
May 03 - Talent Show
May 7-8 - Senior Finals
May 09 - Senior Trip
May 10 - Seniors do not attend on this day
May 10 - 12 - Archery National Competition
May 11 - Senior Breakfast & Graduation Practice
May 13 - Graduation, 7:30 p.m.
May 14 – 2 finals (periods 2 and 6)
May 15 – 3 finals (periods 1,3,7)
May 16 – 2 finals (periods 4 and 5)
May 16 - Last Day of Classes