May 6th, 2021
* ”Life is not about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” – George Bernard Shaw
* ”Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet.” – L.L. Montgomery
* ”Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
FOR OUR SENIORS
“You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off of you.” – Maya Angelou
Students please remember to:
- Wear your facemask at all times
- Follow the 3’ distancing rule.
- Remember to wash your hands frequently.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR GRADUATING SENIORS
June 4th – 12:00 – Senior Cook Out and Time Capsule Burial.
June 11th – 11:00 – Graduation Rehearsal. All Graduates must attend.
June 12th – 11:00 – Graduation. Seniors must arrive at 10:00.
SPRING TESTING CALENDAR
AP Exams – National Test
May 4th – 17th
|May 4th||AP Human Geography|
|May 5th||AP English Literature|
|May 11th||AP Psychology|
|May 14th||AP Environmental Science|
|May 17th||AP Computer Science Principles|
End of Year Testing Window – EOC’s and EOG’s
May 18th – June 1st
|May 17th||EOG - Reading 6 and 7|
|May 18th||EOG-Reading 8/ EOG-Math 6|
|May 19th||EOG - Math 7 and 8|
|May 20th||EOG - Science 8|
EOC - Biology
|May 21st||EOC - English 2|
|May 24th||EOC - Math 1|
EOC and EOG - Make Up Day
|May 25th||EOC - Math 3|
EOC and EOG - Make Up Day
|May 26th||EOC and EOG - Make Up Day|
|May 27th||EOC and EOG - Make Up Day|
|May 28th||EOC and EOG - Make Up Day|
|June 1st||EOC and EOG - Make Up Day|
LOST AND FOUND ITEMS
If you are missing lunch boxes, books or clothing please be sure to check the lost and found table. At the end of the school year any items left will be donated to Goodwill.
DRESS CODE FOR GRADUATION
Dress code is Casual:
For girls: Dresses, skirts, pants, shoes (ladies please remember the dress code for dresses and skirts)
For Boys: Nice pants, dress shirt, dress shoes
EMERGENCY INFORMATION CARDS: PLEASE RETURN TO THE SCHOOL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
It is very important we have the new updated student information cards. If there is an emergency this is the only way we would be able to get in touch with parents. Please make sure you have turned your information card into the office.
Please make sure you have filled out the student information card and return it to the office as soon as possible. Even if you have filled out one in the past, you still need to fill out one for the 2020-2021 school year.
Parents please review the student dress code with your child. It is located in the BCS Student-Parent handbook. The school reserves the right to approve or disapprove of any clothing, footwear, or accessories. The school dress code will be followed before and after school hours for all school functions, events, and field trips. If dress code is not adhered to, parents will be contacted to bring appropriate clothing to school for the student.
DRESS CODE FOR VIRTUAL AND REMOTE STUDENTS
Please dress appropriately, even if you are in remote learning. Sleepwear, hoodies and crop tops are not considered proper attire. Also, be reminded that all avatars and backgrounds are expected to be non-offensive and to meet all expectations of a BCS student class setting.
Any student interested in getting a job for the summer (or sooner) is encouraged to reach out to Mr. Shawn Bowers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Bowers has many opportunities available for interested students. Thank you Mr. Bowers.
HOME GAMES ARE OPEN TO BCS STUDENTS AND FAMILIES. MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCE RULES MUST BE ADHERED TO.
|5/6/21||5:00 P.M.||MS Softball||Millennium Charter Academy||At BCS (8th grade night)|
|5/6/21||5:00 P.M.||Varsity Girls Soccer (Senior night)||QEA||At BCS|
|5/17/21||5:00 P.M.||HS Baseball||North Carolina Leadership Academy||At BCS|
5-31: Memorial Day – Holiday – No school for students