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College Reps Visiting Bellevue East

Below is a  schedule of upcoming visits for the 2016-17 school year planned by representatives from local colleges and universities.  They are typically interested in talking with seniors in the Fall and juniors in the Spring, but either grade level is welcome to request a pass from the counseling office to attend these meetings.  They will usually occur in the Counseling Office Conference Room or the Cafeteria, if there is a large crowd expected.

If you would like to hear what a particular college rep has to say and learn about the admissions policies and academic offerings of their school, stop in the Counseling Office and ask for a blue pass.  Do this at least one school day prior to the meeting...you may not be given a pass on the day of the visit.  You will then have to coordinate your planned activity with your teacher for the related class period and get them to sign your pass.

On the day of the scheduled visit, bring your signed pass to the Counseling Office at the beginning of the period. You will need to present that pass to the secretary in order to be admitted to the meeting.



Thursday, March 8th


There is a Spring blood drive tomorrow, March 9th, in the lower gym hosted by the Student Council.  It’s not too late to sign up! If you are 16 years old, you will need a permission slip signed by your parent/guardian. YOU HAVE TO HAVE IT FILLED OUT WHEN YOU DONATE BLOOD. If you have any questions, please ask Ms. Schutte in C-19


The Bellevue East Bellevedettes Varsity Dance Team are having tryouts for the 2018-2019 team! Try-outs are March 19th through March 23rd, and they are open to all 9th through 12th graders for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in trying out, please contact Coach Wheeler at kristin.wheeler@bpsne.net. Pick up a tryout packet from Mrs. Nazeck at the activities window today!


For students interested in applying for the Leadership Academy:  Applications will be accepted beginning March 1st and will end on March 23rd. This is a Leadership group that works on many different service projects around our building and also for our community. Leadership Academy is all about creating stronger leaders here at Bellevue East and giving them the skills to be leaders in today's world! If you are interested in applying please email Mrs. Fjell or stop by K08 in order to get an application.


Interested in joining the Bellevue East Cheer team?  Pick up a packet with Mrs. Nazeck today.  A clinic will be held April 2nd through 5th and tryouts are on April 6th.  All material will be taught to tryout.  Come join our cheer family!


Yale University will be here March 14th during 3rd period.  Kelly Speltz is the college rep for Yale University.  She is a 2017 Bellevue East graduate and a current student at Yale University.  Get your blue pass today to visit with Kelly about Yale University.


The Sophomore class officers will be raffling off a St. Patrick's Day basket valued at $75. Tickets will be sold through March 14th for only $1. Come see the awesome prizes you could win!


Attention Seniors: Your Prom Court nominations are due by the end of school today.  Any Bellevue East Senior can vote.


The next GSA meeting will be Tuesday, March 13th, after school in room F-12.




March 13         3rd Period         Northwest Missouri State (30 minute session)

March 13         4th Period         University of NE- Kearney

March 14         3rd Period         Yale University

March 21         2nd Period        Clarkson College

                        4th Period         Peru State College

April 4              2nd Period        Concordia University

April 10            2nd Period        Metro Community College

April 16            6th Period         Buena Vista

April 24            6th Period         University of MO- Kansas City


Get a blue pass in the Counseling Office at least one day in advance.  In addition, Seniors:  If you want a transcript sent to a college, technical school or the military, you must have a release on file with the Counseling Office.

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