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Reenactment brings mythical creatures, class to life

November 12, 2014

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By Margaret Stansell   “I like visual learning and, with media today, I think a lot of people are visual learners. I know I am!” -Kim Dunn, English IV Teacher Swords and claws slashed in a power struggle between hero a...

District band results

November 12, 2014

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All District Band  2014/2015 5th chair flute – Emily Grace 1st chair clarinet – Ally Marcella 5th chair clarinet – Angel Harris 8th chair clarinet – Tessa Belknap 24th chair clarinet – Catie Hamm  1st chair alto sax ...

Leadership, volunteerism goals of FCCLA

October 2, 2014

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By Annie Crawford “The number of people who have come to our meetings and the number of ideas coming up is exciting. This is an exceptional year.” -Pam Beck Many have heard about the Alex’s Lemonade Stand fundraise...

Service groups strive to serve, develop life skills, manage programs

October 2, 2014

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By Annie Crawford “Volunteering opens students’ minds to other people’s needs and problems in the community,” -Dacia Rzchowski Whether it is hefting crates at Harvesters or labeling dictionaries to be distr...

GEAR UP Act provides free ACT for BSHS students

September 17, 2014

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By Kayla Lessenden Thanks to the GEAR UP Act, Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, BSHS will have all juniors take the ACT for no cost in April of 2015. This grant program is designed to raise the...

Students dive into George Caleb Bingham Academy

September 16, 2014

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By Annie Crawford “It’s learning in its purest form...We meet students where they are and help them grow from there." - Sara Crump Students from Blue Springs High School and surrounding districts attended George Caleb...

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