Monday, September 23 from 4-6 at BPL join the Youth Debate Forum. This program is for anyone interested in debate and creating arguments! If you are entering grades 5 – 8 this fall, we encourage you to join us! We will meet every other Monday starting August 26. Throughout the year, we will cover different debate techniques and topics. In these meetings, students will learn how to form arguments, conduct research, and present those arguments. Not only will these meetings prepare students for debate in high school, they will help them develop public speaking and critical thinking skills.
Registration for this free program is not required, but seating is limited. For more information, contact BPL Youth Services at (479) 271-6713.
Tuesday, September 24 @ 5 p.m. students in grades 7 – 12 are invited to attend a teen writing workshop. Registration for this free program is not required.
Do you speak a language other than English? Are you a possible first generation college student? Would you like more information about these programs and more from the University of Arkansas? The ESL department will be taking a group of students on October 7 to the UofA campus for a guided tour and informational sessions from different UofA departments and former regional ESL students. Stop by N122 to pick up a permission form.
A representative from the ASMSA Outreach Department would like to deliver a short presentation about educational opportunities ASMSA offers. This presentation is geared towards 9th and 10th graders only. Interested 9th and 10th grade students may sign up for Flex 4.2 on Tuesday, October 1st, go to Success Skills, Counselor, Yang and Learn about The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts.
The Homecoming Dance is October 5th from 7-10pm in the North Commons. This dance is semi-formal attire. Tickets will be on sale the week of Sept 29th - October 4th. Tickets will be sold during lunch on M-W-F. Tickets will also be available to purchase online. Tickets are $10 if you pre-purchase. Tickets at the door will be $15.
Non-BHS students may attend with a BHS student. Only one guest per BHS student is allowed. Guests must complete a guest form. These forms are available to pick up in the North and South Office and must be returned to Mrs. Northway in the Deans office by October 1st.
Students may preview the talent portion of Miss BHS during FLEX on 9/26. Tickets will be on sale in the North Commons during all three lunches and must be purchased PRIOR to Thursday, September 26th. Show your ticket to your FLEX teacher to be able to attend during 4.3 OR 4.4!
If you are still interested in joining being a part of Key Club, we would love to have you! We already have lots of volunteer opportunities already! Dues are $25 and we will have having a meeting during Flex 4.1 on 9/24 in the North Commons, if you have questions contact Mrs. Golleher at firstname.lastname@example.org and join our remind by texting @gc9b7 to 81010
Students wanting to learn how to create an object on CAD and then print on our 3D printers join us in the Innovation Hub on Thursday, September 26th during both Flex 4.3 and 4.4. Sign up in Enriching Students (Parker-1204-Innovation Hub).
When: Friday, September 27 at 6:30pm
Where: First United Methodist Church - 201 NW 2nd St IN Downtown Bentonville
Tickets: $30 - Adults, $25 - Students/Senior Citizens
Come in, sit back and enjoy the musical stylings of the very talented students of Thespian Troupe 3430. This is a fundraising event, so all proceeds will benefit the Bentonville High School theatre program and will help send our students to the 2020 International Thespian Festival. This Cabaret will feature Italian style food and multiple courses. While enjoying a delicious meal, you'll be entertained by upbeat and exciting pieces from a wide range of musicals. Feel free to dress up and make a night of it!
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 24th. If you are age 17-18, please stop by the Voter Registration Table during all three (3) lunches to get registered. This event is hosted by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc-Phi Alpha Omega Chapter and The Black Student Union.