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BHS Announcements Mar 4-8


Check other announcements for details concerning specific events.


The BHS literary magazine club members will host a community reception celebrating the completion of their first BHS literary magazine on Wednesday, April 3rd at the Brookhaven Public Library from 4-6pm. The club will honor Mrs. Sasser by dedicating the first issue to her. Mrs. Brenda Sasser, we are excited to honor you and share how you have positively impacted these students' writing skills.


Track Meet for Monday, 3/4 has been cancelled due to weather.


Prom information has been posted in a separate announcement.


Graduation information has been posted in a separate announcement.


3rd 9 Weeks Exam Schedule

Thursday March 7 - 1st and 3rd

Friday March 8th - 2nd and 4th


MS Scholars information and forms are under the MS scholars announcement.


Brookhaven Technical Center Application for the 2019-2020 School year are available in the BTC front office. If you are interested in one of the classes offered at BTC: Automotive Technology, Digital Media Technology, Engineer, Health Science, Culinary Arts, and Polymer Science---please feel free to come by and pick up a brochure and application for details.  If you have any questions please see Mrs. Porter, BTC Counselor. Students not involved in a school sport or activity will need to sign up for a BTC class.


The cost for the cap & gown only is $85. Please be aware that only tassels provided by BHS and only BHS and Vo-tech honor chords may be worn at graduation.


BHS students have a Bible Study every Monday morning at 7:40 in the library. Anyone interested may attend.


A limited number of last year’s yearbooks are still available. See Mrs. Sproles for details.


FCA – Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets Friday morning before school in the library. All students are invited. (Not just athletes.)


Be sure to check our website regularly for the most up to date information.



No students are allowed in the building before 7:20


Students hanging out in the morning be sure trash is disposed of properly. Free time before school is a privilege be sure to treat it accordingly.


Bus lane is a one way street with entry from Monticello St.


Student drivers be sure to park and come in the building. You may not hang out in the parking lot.


Bus riders must stay on campus once you have arrived.


The street between the HS and the cemetery is closed during school hours.


Any food brought for a student lunch must be out of the packaging if it contains a business logo.


Students should not be leaving the cafeteria with open food and drink containers.  


Students leaving campus after 3rd block, walkers have right of way.


Bus riders be sure you are at the bus zone and watching for you bus immediately following school.


Once a student is checked out (by parent or on permanent checkout out list) you must leave campus immediately.