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Bellevue West High School Bulletin for October 18, 2018


  • Students please remember to turn in your first count forms as soon as possible.
  • Want to get in the Halloween spirit without spending a ton of money? WAST is putting on a haunted escape room this year: Seven Deadly Princesses. For only $13, your team of up to 6 members can solve clues to try and escape the room within 30 minutes and win free tickets to this year's fall play, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Spots are available during GPS and after school. Sign up for your time slot during lunch.

  • There will be an Educators Rising meeting in room 152 on Monday, October 22nd during GPS. Please see Mr. Harrison or EdRising President Gabbi Delforge if you have any questions.

  • Hey, T-birds! Our CBL project is focused on art therapy and the benefits its application it can have for our mental health. For suicide prevention month, we are hosting an art competition called Art for Awareness. There will be prizes for the top 3 entries. 1st prize will win an Art supply goody box. 2nd place will earn a Mini art goody box. 3rd place will win a $15 gift card to Michael’s. The prompt for entries is to create an original work of art that speaks about your perspective on mental health and how you can reach out to those struggling with it. This piece should illustrate mental health, and can include your own thoughts, feelings, or experiences surrounding mental health. All entries must be school appropriate. There is a $5 entrance fee to enter the contest. You can register in room 612. All entries must be turned in to Mrs. Yoachim by October 23, and the gallery and presentation of prizes will be held on October 26, after school at 4:00- 6:00 PM in the cafe. Money raised from the contest will be donated to the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center Healing Arts Program at UNMC. There will be a table during 1st and 2nd lunch, where questions can be answered and donations can be made. Create away, young scholars!

  • Thanks to all who voted for the Sophomore class shirt design on Twitter. The design chosen was #2! Sophomore Class Shirts are now available for sale at lunch through Thursday. Short sleeve shirts are $16, long sleeve shirts are $18, and crew neck sweatshirts are $25. We take cash, check, and credit card.

  • Yearbooks can be ordered in room 426 before and after school and during 3rd and 5th periods. They are only $55 until the end of first semester. Order yours now while supplies last! We take cash, checks, and credit cards. If you have any questions, see Mr. Stueve.

  • Key Club is sponsoring a Halloween Candy Drive, for Operation Gratitude and we want your candy!! The collection date has been extended until Thursday October 25th! This organization helps support troops overseas and all candy donated will be put into care packages to send to deployed troops. We encourage all advisories to participate and bring only bagged candy to donate. The advisory that donates the most candy will win a party including treats of your choice. Teachers have been given a paper in their mailbox to put on donation boxes. Thank you and we would appreciate your support!

  • Election day is fast approaching. If you will turn 18 on or before election day, Tuesday, 6 November, you can register to vote online any time prior to 5:00pm this Friday, 19 October. You can also register in person at your county election commission's office until 26 October. Please see a Social Studies teacher if you have any questions about voting.

  • This week we are having a Book Fair during lunch and then Wednesday and Thursday during conferences. There will be a wide variety of books, so students and staff, this would be a great time to shop for yourself or for a younger person in your life! All of the proceeds will go to Bellaire Elementary Library and will be used to buy new books for all the students to enjoy.

  • Do you want to help this CBL group raise awareness for animal cruelty? There will be a table near the commons during lunch until the 23rd, we will be selling raffle tickets for a $25 Visa gift card, and a guessing game, if you guess the correct amount of candy in the jar, you get the jar of candy. We are also doing an advisory competition from the 17th-26th, whatever class gives the most donations will receive a food of their choice (within reason).

  • Junior senate will be taking orders for junior class t-shirts and hoodies during conferences this week.  T-shirts are $17 and hoodies are $30.

  • Starting Monday, October 22nd to Friday, October 26th, FBLA will be hosting a food drive competition between advisories. As a part of FBLA’s Feed Nebraska ribbon project, all food items will be donated to a local shelter in need. Bring in pantry products to your advisory all week long to be a part of our project and to try and win the prize of a food party of your choice. Thank you and good luck!

  • Class ring packets were distributed to teachers to display in their classrooms. Students can pick up a packet if you are interested in purchasing a class ring. If your teacher does not have a packet, please stop in the counseling office.

  • Attention Tbirds!  You know those crayons that pile up in your house that no one uses anymore? They’re going to waste! Why don’t you try a new way of recycling and help a CBL project by bringing any old, broken, or used crayons to your advisory by Monday the 22nd. The class with the most crayons will get a Chick-Fil-A Party!! DON'T FORGET, BRING IN YOUR CRAYONS.

  • Hey Seniors:  It's not too late to register for Apply2College Day on Tuesday, October 23.  Go to the Career Center Course in Schoology to sign up.  College Reps will be here to help answer any questions you may have.  See Mrs. Sorensen if you need help registering.

  • Do you love to draw or paint? Come join the Art Club on Wednesday, October 24th from 3:30 – 5. We hope to see you there!

  • If you have not yet taken the Gallup Hope survey that was emailed to you, please take it today.  It is important for every student's opinion to be heard.


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