Orientation dates have been set for the 2019–2020 school year.
Wednesday, July 24th:
9 — 11: Seniors 12 — 2: Juniors
Thursday, July 25th:
9 — 11: Sophomores 12 — 2: Freshmen
Freshmen will meet in cafeteria first. Parents encouraged to attend this meeting.
All students should bring: $10 class fees—Includes class t-shirt. $15 school fees—Includes locker, ID, lanyard and school planner. $10 parking fees—For seniors and juniors only. Spots will be given on first come, first served basis.
As part of our safety measures, students must walk through a metal detector each morning. In an effort to expedite this process, we are kindly requesting students use clear or mesh backpacks. While this is not mandatory, it is greatly appreciated.
BHS Little Girl's Clinic is canceled for today due to high water and flooded streets in surrounding areas. We will reschedule the clinic for Monday, June 10th, from 9 AM with a performance beginning at 11 AM.
Our Top Cat clinic also begins Monday starting at 1 PM to 4 PM.
We apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused!
In her article Make It a Scam-Free Vacation, Lisa Lake from the Federal Trade Commission offers steps to prevent your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare.
First: Do your homework.
In addition to getting recommendations from family and friends, do some online research on travel companies, hotels and agents with the words scam, review, or complaint.
Consider extra costs. Resort fees and taxes can add $50 or more to a nightly hotel cost.
Before you book, read the cancellation and refund policies for any destination.
Only buy travel insurance from a licensed agent.
Bring a copy of the trip confirmation details, including the rate and extras you were promised.
Second: Be travel smart.
Don't pay for "prize" vacations. No real company will ask you to pay for a prize--and be careful about booking with a resort or timeshare offer, which may include the need to pay taxes or fees, plus high-pressure sales pitches.
Don't sign anything until you know what you are getting.
Use a credit card, which gives you more protection than paying with cash or a debit card.
Third: Protect your identity.
Take only the IDs and credit/debit cards you really need. Also, make copies of these, too, and carry the copies in a separate location so that you can more easily report lost or stolen cards.
Bring a copy of your insurance card.
Don't assume a Wi-Fi hotspot in a hotel, restaurant, or airport is secure. Avoid using mobile apps that require personal or financial information or use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service.