• The Wordsmith's Creative Writing Club will have their first meeting of the year this Thursday (11/14) at 3:30 in room 125. Come learn about our club and help plan activities for the year.

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  • Tonight all are welcome to attend the Marching Band indoor show held in Jostad gym starting at 7PM light show at the end has been a favorite. great way to get fired up this week for Friday!

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  • The BHS student council will be hosting a Semi-formal dance on Sat. 11/16 in the BHS Commons. The dance starts at 8 p.m. and goes until 11 p.m.
    The admission is $5.

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  • There will be a debate meeting today (Tuesday) after school in Mr. Kerr's room (room 129).

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  • We will be using the following schedules for Thursday and Friday:

    Thursday, Nov 14-Pep meeting Schedule

    Period 1                                            8:15-8:59

    Period 2                                            9:04-9:48

    Period 3                                            9:53-10:37

    Period 4A Lunch                            10:37-11:17

    Period 4A Class                              11:17-12:01


    Period 4B Class                              10:42-11:26

    Period 4B Lunch                            11:26-12:06

    Period 5                                            12:06-12:49

    Period 6                                            12:54-1:37

    Period 7                                            1:42-2:25

    Pep Meeting                                   2:25-3:25



    Friday, Nov 15-State Tournament Schedule

    Period 1                                            8:15-8:30

    Period 2                                            8:35-8:50

    Period 3                                            8:55-9:10

    Period 4                                            9:15-9:30

    Period 5                                            9:35-9:50

    Period 6                                            9:55-10:10

    Period 7                                            10:15-10:30

    Gates open at 11:00 at SDSU

    Game begins at 12:00                 Brookings vs Pierre


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  • The Brookings High Student Council will be selling Bobcat store merchandise on Thursday, Nov. 15th after school in the main entrance. Go Bobcats.

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  • Do you want to discover cool math, play logic games, or try a math competition? Join Math Club! Our first meeting is on Thursday, November 14th in Room 108 (Mrs. Zubke's room) at 3:30 pm. All are welcome.

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  • Anyone interested in participating in Wrestling this year, please come to Mr. Miller's room, 502, for a short informational meeting Wednesday November 13 at 2:30.

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  • Tickets for Mary Poppins are on sale in the Activities Office. Activity Cards may be used. All seats are reserved.

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  • Juniors, it's time to form a prom committee! The prom committee picks the theme and plans our prom. If you would like to join or want more info, see Mrs Plowman in room 503.

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  • If you didn't get your intramural mat ball team turned in last week, we will take them yet today for the last time. You can turn them in to the office or Mr. Binkley. Mat Ball will start Monday.

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  • There will be a boys basketball meeting for anyone, grades 9-12, interested in playing this season. Schedules and details about the upcoming season will be given. So, please plan on being present. The meeting will be in the High School Commons after school on Tuesday, November 19th. If unable to attend please contact Mr. Huntimer in room 104.

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  • Hey BHS Student Body! The BHS Counseling & Student Services Office has started a Caring Closet. What is a Caring Closet? A Caring Closet is a confidential area of neatly organized supplies available for any student who could use a little help with obtaining daily necessities. Our Caring Closet currently includes things such as school supplies, hair supplies, soap and other personal hygiene products. We want to make sure that all students have that extra boost to ensure that their focus can be on education and not on meeting basic needs. We ensure that your visit to the Caring Closet is private and confidential. If you would like to visit the “BHS Caring Closet,” please see your school counselor. In addition, the BHS Counseling Office is sponsoring a hat and mitten tree! We have our tree up and would ask that any student interested in donating hats or mittens for high school students to come put them on or underneath our tree. Thanks for being such a “Caring” student body!

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  • Anyone interested in Camp Invention should stop in the guidance office for the paperwork.

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  • HOSA members. Your money and orders for 1st aid kits are due to Mrs. Welsh or Mrs. Tucker by Wednesday 11/13. The next HOSA meeting is Wednesday 11/20 at 2:30.

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