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First GSA meeting of the year well attended

By Marissa Green

October 11, 2018

Filed under School News

BSHS prides itself on its ability to sustain a unique and comfortable environment for its equally unique 1,998 staff members and 2,548 students. Though it is already a diverse place, senior Lawrence Ellebracht set out to m...

Dark comedy “Dearly Departed” debuts

October 4, 2018

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By Kayla Melissinas Around 50 people tried out for 24 parts in the fall play “Dearly Departed.” Director Lisa Lowman described the play, a story that revolves around a funeral, as a “dark comedy.” “It's really funny....

Crowd reactions key for Fall Fun Fest parade participants

September 20, 2018

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By Samantha Johnson With pep in their step, BSHS students from various sports and activities marched in the Fall Fun Fest parade last Saturday morning. Cheering “C-A-T-S” relentlessly down Main St. in the mid-September...

Talent front and center at fundamentals play

May 17, 2018

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By Samantha Johnson “They will get to show off their skills in a very fun way and get to show the school what they’ve been working hard for... All of their hard work comes to an end and they get to be rewarded by their fr...

Little Shop of Horrors reaps Blue Star nomination

May 10, 2018

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By Caitlin Ham “I’m really proud of the entire cast and crew and believe Sam will do an outstanding job representing the musical as a whole." --Theatre director Lisa Lowman Modeled after Broadway’s Tony Awards, Star...

FFA grows strong roots in Blue Springs

May 10, 2018

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By Jayla Sample “We’re like many other groups on campus in that we have to qualify level by level, each one being more intense than the next. But with every level, you learn or see something new. That’s why investing in ...

Senate election season off to a positive start

April 26, 2018

Filed under Athletics/Activities, School News

By Abigail Starr “I’ve grown into a capable and confident woman through leading my peers. Groups like this one have led me to make dozens of great connections." -Junior Sophie Mermelstein  Last week BSHS elected studen...

Wildcats read up on National Library Week

April 26, 2018

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By Samantha Johnson “Whenever [students] need help, whatever it may be, I hope that this is one of the first places they come to." -Media specialist Sadie Birdsell With new age technology and freshly printed pages, publi...

Beauties, beasts partied until the last rose petal fell

April 26, 2018

Filed under Features, School News, Student Standouts

By Caitlin Ham "It was such an honor to be crowned prom queen, and it’s definitely something I will remember for the rest of my life.” --Senior Maisy Kurucz Ball gowns, tuxedos, flowers, slow dancing...all of this was in ful...

Breakfast of Champions honors high quality students

April 19, 2018

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By Jayla Sample “They do not have to be the best at the activity, but they have to be someone who represents what it means to be a Wildcat. They are a leader and a team player.” -Senate Sponsor Danielle Knoll on what makes...

Admin ladder aligns as Alderman takes BSHS reins

April 12, 2018

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By Abigail Starr “The best part of my role as principal is to have the opportunity to interact with students and staff every day.  I love watching each of our student activities, admiring the talent, and seeing hard work pa...

Reversing the roles on special education trip

March 28, 2018

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By Abigail Starr “When the kids get to see things come together they feel a huge sense of accomplishment which is really exciting to see,” Process Coordinator Tiffany Heavner  On March 6, the BSHS Special Education Depa...

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