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Bellevue West High School Bulletin for March 12, 2020

 

  • The final A-S-M-A contest for the year will be held during Advisory today in room 321. If you have signed up for it, please make your way to Mr. Eitzen’s room immediately.
  • Are you interested in trying out for Bellevue West Cheer? We are looking for new members! Tryout packets available in room 136 or the main office. Please see coach Procopio if you have any questions.

  • Congratulations to LeAnne Bugay, who was named Nebraska's High School Journalist of the Year by the Journalism Education Association. LeAnne will now compete at the national level for National High School Journalist of the Year. Results of that competition will be released on April 18 at the JEA national convention in Nashville. Congratulations, LeAnne! 

  • The Advanced Theatre class is once again putting on the Ten-Minute Play Festival at the end of April. Auditions are Monday, March 23 during GPS or after school until 4:30. Sign up for a time outside of Ms. Ettinger's room on the callboard and grab an audition sheet. This year, there are 5 different ten-minute plays and a ton of openings for cast members. No experience necessary. See Ms. Ettinger with any questions. 

  • TBird Nest is looking to support students in need over Spring Break.  If you or your family are in need of food, clothing, hygiene products, or household items during the week-long break, please communicate your needs with Ms. Dacey, Ms. Flynn, or any staff member you trust.

  • This week Mu Alpha Theta is celebrating math week. To honor this, we introduce to you Benjamin Banneker. He was born on November 9, 1731 to two ex-slaves. As a self educated mathematician, he published multiple almanacs using his knowledge in astronomy and mathematics. He created his own irrigation system for his family farm as well as his own ticking clock. He was one of the first African Americans to gain distinction in science.

  • The Zoo is looking to fill seasonal part-time and part-time Food Operations positions at a job fair on Thursday, March 12, from 4 to 6 p.m.   All attendees are required to apply online prior to attending the job fair at OmahaZoo.com/WorkHere.  The Zoo accepts applicants 16 years of age or older and should be able to work a minimum of 24 hours per week.  If interested, pick up a flyer in the Career Center.

  • Can you dance? Can you juggle? Can you do comedy? Do you have a talent that can impress judges? If so, come compete in Bellevue West's Got Talent on April 3rd for a chance to win $25. To enter, all you need to do is audition on March 30th, and you'll be ready to perform. To audition, sign up outside Room 414. Both Solo and Group acts are welcome. The performing list will be posted the next day. Please contact Ms. Ettinger in room 414 if you have any questions.
  • We have an amazing 7-Day competition for Bellevue West students to participate in. Your 2-4-person team will compete against other student teams from across the state. Your team will choose between high priority problems from 2 of 3 companies: Goodwill, Case New Holland and Chick-Fil-A.  The competition Dates are March 31st - April 7th.  The Student Cash Award Pot is 10,000.00 dollars!!!  In the December 2019 statewide competition BPS had 5 of our student teams place in the top 10 teams. The CEO from Symphony Workforce will be here to speak to any interested students on the 23rd and 25th. See Mrs. Hinkle in Room 312 for more details. 

  • 4-H "Health Rocks" is looking for High School Youth 15 to 18 years old that have a desire and passion to mentor youth. This year-long, 1 day a week volunteer commitment will have a profound impact on the 8 to 14-year-old youth you’re mentoring while providing them with the materials to stay healthy and active and to make good choices using the 4-H Health Rocks Curriculum.   The mentoring position starts in May and takes place at Offutt Air Force Base Youth Center.  Any interested student can see Ms. Moore in the counseling office for an application that closes April 2nd. 

  • Show your spirit by purchasing your State Basketball Shirt from the birdhouse for only $15!

It’s a great day to be a T-Bird!

 

 

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