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BHS Announcements Nov 13-16


• 9th Grade Class Favorite
o Riley Barker, Akura Brown, Sheila Cook, Morgan Moak
o Toney Bussey, Nic Freeman, Chandler Price, Darius Robinson

• 10th Grade Class Favorite
o ToMayah Allen, Angela Lee, Ja’liyah Miller, Madi Miller
o Paxton Bessonette, Turner Owens, Byrion Robinson, Peidro Wilson

• 11th Grade Class Favorite
o Sawyer Allen, Wesley Calcote, Sevante Quinn, Samari Stewart
o Danielle Culbert, Kalisha Durr, Maley Moak, Cynphoni Thompson

• Most Likely to Succeed – Chris Robinson & Renae Breakfield

• Most Popular – Octavius Henderson & Maggie Massenggill

• Best Personality –Bennie Alexander & Maddie Allen

• Most Intellectual –Caleb McCreary & Rachel Farnham

• Best Dressed – Kareco Jackson & Caroline Pace

• Wittiest – Xavion Franklin & Merideth Bozeman

• Most Courteous – Darius Arnold & Jerita Baker

• Most School Spirit- John Taylor Thames & Maddie Thompson

• Most Athletic – Andrew Knott & Johnique James

• Friendliest – Robert Bell & Rebecca Peavey

• Best All-Around – Trace Clopton & Jacy Miller

• Most Talented – Zacchaeus Smith & Keneisha Brotherns

• Belles – Taylor Carter, Sarah Grace Evans & Abbigail Jones

• Beaux – Grayson Brewer, Will Moak & Clint Stephens

• Posthumous Mr & Ms. BHS – Jordan Blackwell& Brittney Hill

• Ms. BHS – Kathryn Meilstrup

• Mr. BHS –Jeffery Johnson

• Homecoming court photo packages are in the library for pickup.

• Soccer: Boys beat Wesson last night, 3-1. Goals were scored by Noah Spear and Logan Emfinger. Girls played a hard fought game but came up short against Wesson.

• The deadline for powder puff football sign up is extended till this Friday (11/17). Anyone who is interested should see Mrs. Barry or Mrs. Bozeman as soon as possible, even if they do not have a form ready.

• The last day to bring sweet potatoes for the Doug Sullivan Thanksgiving Luncheon is Wednesday, Nov. 15th.

• Friday’s Pep Rally will be Home Room.

• National Honor Society and JROTC are collecting donations for the Socks for Heroes organization which donates much needed items to veterans in nursing homes in Mississippi and Louisiana for Christmas. Items, such as socks, blankets, knit cap, gloves, and word searches, are given to men and women who served in the military. A complete list and donation boxes can be found in Ms. Russell's room, Mrs. Cole's room, Mrs. M. Case's room, Colonel Weaver's room, and the library if you would like to help support our veterans. Donations will be accepted until December 7.

• Anyone interested in videoing for the girls' basketball program please see Coach Wilson.

• YEARBOOKS are NOW on sale for the reduced introductory price of $50. This WILL END at Thanksgiving Break and the price will increase. Order forms are at the FRONT OFFICE WINDOW or the LIBRARY (return these with payment to Mrs. Sproles in the Library) ... OR ... order online at

• SENIORS --- There is a spiral notebook in the front attendance office to WRITE YOUR SENIOR QUOTE and SENIOR WILL & TESTAMENT comment. THESE ARE DUE by THANKSGIVING BREAK and MUST be SCHOOL APPROPRIATE or they will not be included.

• SENIOR ad information will be sent home sometime later this Fall.

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

• ACT vouchers have arrived. 11th and 12th grade students interested in receiving a free voucher should check with their counselor to see if they qualify.

• After School Detention will be held upstairs in Ms. Seals in room# 230 from 3:25-3:45.

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

• No students are allowed in the building before 7:20