Berwick High School

St. Mary Parish Schools

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District Notifications

Yearbook

  • The 2019-2020 yearbook is available for purchase. Order before October 1st for special price of $55. 

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BHS Teacher and Student of the Year!

  • BERWICK HIGH
    AN "A" SCHOOL - 7 years!
    Student & Teacher of the Year:
    Natalie Bourgeois and Robbie Robertson

    2018-2019

     

     

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PowerCats of the Month

PANTHER NEWS AND HEADLINES

  • PSAT for Juniors

    Posted by BHS on 9/13/2019

    The PSAT will be administered on October 16th to any junior student that signs up. The PSAT is co-sponosored by the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Earning a high score on this test can qualify students for scholarship opportunities. The cost is $17 payable to Berwick High School. Sign up in the guidance office by Friday, October 4th. 

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  • Red Ribbon T-Shirt Orders

    Posted by BHS on 9/11/2019

    Red Ribbon T-Shirt order forms are now posted under the Peachjar icon located on the left side of the BHS homepage. The last day to turn in orders is October 2nd. Order forms can be turned into homeroom teachers or the front office. 

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  • 2019 Homecoming Court

    Posted by BHS on 9/6/2019 4:30:00 PM

    Madeline Bourgeois

    Abbie Cantrell

    Kate Hicks

    Zoe Johnson

    Natalie Kinchen

    Shalyn Leonard

    Kennedi Look

    Emily Lousteau

    Katie Grace Navarro

    Claire Rentrop

    Paige Steely

    Maliyah Williams

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  • Junior Class Fundraiser

    Posted by BHS on 9/6/2019

    Today the Junior Class kicked off its Usborne Books "Cards for a Cause Fundraiser"!  

    Handmade greeting cards for all occasions with coordinating envelopes in a keepsake box! 

    The souvenir boxes contain 30 assorted cards with matching envelopes and tabs to keep them organized for $30.

    The Holiday Card Collection contains 50 various cards and white envelopes for $30! 

    Please see a BHS Panther Junior to make an order to support our BHS Prom!!  Orders will be taken until September 27th. 

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  • Progress Reports/Early Release/Parent Conferences

    Posted by BHS on 9/6/2019

    Progress Reports will go home on Tuesday, September 10th, which is an early release day for students. All BHS students will be dismissed at 12:30; busses will run at that time. Students that do not ride a bus will need transportation to get home. 

    Teachers will be available for parent conferences starting at 1 pm. If you would like to schedule a conference with your child's teacher, please call the school or email the teacher to schedule one. 

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Character Counts!

  • September 16, 2019 - September 20, 2019

    Posted by Gidget Everitt on 9/13/2019

    Staff: "Life is so ironic, it takes sadness to know what happiness is, noise to appreciate silence and absence to value presence." - Unknown

     

    Student: "Life chips away at us all. Some play the victim. Some choose to be a survivor. And then there are those who choose to conquer."  - Unknown

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SMP CyberSAFE

  • Unwanted Calls to Your Mobile Phone?

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 8/21/2019

    Unwanted calls not only interrupt your daily activities: Many of them are intended to scam you. 

    • Your best option is a call-blocking application, which can stop scam phone calls before they are answered. Some apps also silence calls from unknown numbers and send suspicious calls straight to voice mail. Some call-blocking apps are free, but it may be worth a few dollars to get one that is highly rated. You can also check to see if your mobile phone carrier has its own call-blocking app. 
    • Another way to stop these calls is to use the Do Not Disturb setting, which can silence all calls from unrecognized numbers between certain hours of the day or send them straight to voice mail. 
    • Finally, remember to block the numbers for any robocalls you have accidentally answered.

    Additionally, if you've accidentally answered a scam call, you can report the number of the caller and the call-back number to the Federal Trade Commission at FTC.gov/calls.  According to Megan Gordon's article dated August 23, 2019, the FTC used these reports to take action against scammers in Operation Call it Quits in June, during which it filed 94 actions against illegal robocallers. 


     same text as article above

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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 1/13/2016

    CyberSAFE
    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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