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Finally done with finals

December 19, 2016

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By: Michaela Fielding “We have a group project where we are creating a business and then coming up with something to sell to the student body,” Spencer Duce Students spend the last few days of school anxiously writing es...

Lunch with a Professional benefits students

December 8, 2016

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by Courtney Yanks “Lunch with a Professional is a great opportunity for students. You get to hear personal experience of [a career],” said Frey. Lunch With a Professional (LWAP) is a once a month opportunity for s...

Getting to the core of Common Core

December 8, 2016

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By Dasia Walters “[Common core’s] ideas are good, but it’s gone past its original intent." - social studies teacher Jennifer Reeder By now, everyone knows the news -- on November 8, Donald Trump was voted president-elect of the Uni...

School success: The stress effect

November 10, 2016

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by Kristian Frisbey “If I am tired, I can’t focus, and I find myself falling asleep in class,” said junior Hailey Hutchinson. Although high school can have many up and down moments, students often agree upon one thing: tests are...

Job Shadowing done right

November 3, 2016

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By: Kaylee Largent "We have many programs for students to learn and get a feel for different careers. We hope that the programs truly help students in the real world.” - Counselor Megan Callanan After high school, students...

Fundraising remains a club necessity

October 26, 2016

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By J. Metje “There is no possible way we can afford everything we need for the program without fundraising." -Orchestra Director Paige Mundhenke-Lewis An extraordinary number of groups, teams, organizations and clubs exist at BSHS, including band, ch...

Students take PSAT and test chance for National Merit

October 26, 2016

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by Jadyn Webber “It’s kind of like paying $20 to scratch a lottery ticket and maybe win $100,000, because if you get a national merit designation, that could open tons of scholarship opportunities as well.” - Counse...

BSHS annual college fair sees success

October 20, 2016

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By Courtney Yanks “There is plenty of behind the scenes work involved in getting this event up and running.” - Counselor Kelly Frey On Monday, October 10, BSHS held the yearly district college fair. Students and parents j...

AP classes: What’s all the fuss?

October 6, 2016

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by Dasia Walters “AP classes are college content taught within a high school. The content is deeper, the course is faster paced, and more is expected of the kids.” -Counselor Megan Callahan In high school, talk of A...

Students contemplate various paths, procedures to selecting a college

October 6, 2016

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By Kristian Frisbey “You are making a huge financial and educational decision. It’s okay to be picky.” -history teacher Jennifer Reeder With another school year in full swing, many students are already thinking about how they can prepa...

Wildcat Hour arrives in full

September 29, 2016

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By J. Metje ”Use it to your advantage for a positive reason.” -Assistant Principal Heather Knudsen on the proper use of Wildcat Hour Wildcat Hour exists so students can eat, get help on homework, attend clubs and more during the scho...

Student directed one acts stress inducing but rewarding

April 7, 2016

Filed under Academics, School News

By Dasia Walters "Directing a play is like raising a child and I have loved watching it grow daily." - Bailey Gerecke, senior Directing a play comes with a lot of responsibilities: casting, blocking the show, figuring out cos...

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