Beaverton Rural Schools

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SUPERINTENDENT'S NOTE
 
I welcome your input.  Your feedback will help me reach the Board’s goals and achieve optimal performance.  Ongoing feedback is used to correct performance deficiencies, reinforce appropriate behavior, implement new skills, and motivate high performance.  Regular communication from you helps me increase the effectiveness of our entire organization!
 
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT
 
Beaverton Rural Schools, in partnership with the community, will ensure an environment in which all students acquire skills necessary for lifelong learning and responsible citizenship.
 
DISTRICT VISION STATEMENT
 
Beaverton Rural Schools provides students the best opportunity to learn, develop, and be prepared for success in higher education, career, and community.
 
 BOARD GOALS
 
1.  The Board will focus on student achievement and base decisions on the best interest of all students.
2.  The Board will adopt a shared vision, which reflects high expectations and the belief that everyone is dedicated to student success.
3.  The Board will provide a productive and supportive atmosphere for decision-making through teamwork, effective communication, and positive relationships with the superintendent, staff, and community. 
4.  The Board will develop and follow a Board Operating Procedure, which will promote good governance.
5.  The Board will use responsible fiduciary oversight to ensure that tax dollars reach the classroom and benefit student success.
 
DISTRICT GOALS
 
1.  Create a collaborative culture with a climate that supports the belief that all students can learn and achieve. 
2.  Explore educational programs and technology, which provide students the best opportunity to learn, develop, and experience success
3.  Use on-going assessmentsas instruments to design and adapt instruction so that students are on track to be college and career ready in literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies.
4.  Connect with the community through a variety of social media in order to build strong partnerships for student success.
5.  Ensure a physically safe and well-maintained environment where students thrive and the community has a sense of pride. 
 
BOARD-APPROVED DATES
 
THU, May 21    Seniors' Last Day of School
TUE, May 26    Parents' Night @ 7 PM @ BJSHS 
WED, May 27   Mandatory Rehearsal @ 1 PM @ BJSHS
WED, May 27   Baccalaureate @ 7 PM @ BJSHS
THU, May 28   Commencement @ 7 PM @ BJSHS
 
 
 

Announcements - BES

Announcements - Jr/Sr High School

  • 1.       High School Ladies, Please report to bandroom @ 12:05 pm. TODAY.

    2.       Science Olympiad meeting today, second lunch, in Mr. Hitsman's room.

    3.       The Leo Club will have a mandatory general meeting on Wednesday, March 4th, during first lunch in Mrs. Fischer's math room.  Please plan on attending.

    4.       Due to lack of participation there will be no Ski Club this week.

    5.       The Head to Head meet with Chip Hills will be held tomorrow, Thursday March 5 in the Elementary School starting at 4:00.  We will also be doing an assembly for the Jr. High and Elementary students on Friday March 6th at the Elementary gym.  Please have all the materials you need both days.

    6.       Sr High Track will begin Monday March 9.  We will meet in the entry way outside of the gym.  You must have a physical in the office to practice.  If you would like more information see Mrs. Garvin.

    7.       7th & 8th Girls interested in track meet in Ms. Wagner room at lunch.  There is a sign-up sheet in the office.

    8.       Attention softball players:   There is a Nike flash store open.  Pick up flyer in office.

    9.       Hunter Safety Course April 9th, 10th and 11th at the First Presbyterian Church in Beaverton.  $3 donation will be appreciated.  More information in the office.

    10.   Department of Human Services is asking for donations of new or gently used winter clothing, diapers, wipes, as well as new hygiene items for children in our community.  There will be a drop box in the office for donations or contact Marissa Gamache for further information.

    11.   Sport and other event tonight: 

    12.   Sport and events results: 

    Happy Birthday:

                    John Klonowski

    Today’s Lunch Menu:

    Spaghetti with Italian meat sauce

    Scrambled Eggs, sausage, tater tot, pancakes.

     

     

     Scholarship Information

    There are multiple Scholarships opportunities for Beaverton students through the Midland Area Foundation.  You can apply for up to 5 scholarships at one time.  This is an on-line application process that runs from December 1 - March 1.  Go to www.midlandfoundation.org to apply.

    The State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship does not require a high GPA, but rather focuses on students who are leaders and volunteers in their communities and demonstrate financial need.  Applicants must meet the following criteria:   Be a 2015 graduating high school senior.   High school seniors must have a cumulative GPA between a 2.5 and 3.2 on a 4.0 scale.  Plan to enroll full-time for the 2015-16 academic year at an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university or vocational-technical school.   Must be a U.S. citizen.  https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/statefarmgoodneighborscholarship/  the deadline is March 2, 2015.

    JUNIORS--Dow Chemical will be accepting applications for next year's co-op positions.

    Qualifications and academic requirements for Dow’s co-op program are similar to previous years.  Students must:

    1. Be at least 16 years of age

    2. Be a senior during the 2015-2016 school year

    3. Pass a medical/substance abuse (drug) screening

    4. Have and maintain a 2.700 or higher GPA

    5. Be able to work 15-20 hours each week (either between 8:00 am and 12:00 noon OR between   12:30 and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday).  Good attendance and punctuality are required.  Being involved in extracurricular activities at BHS may be a problem for co-oping at Dow.

    6. Commit to the co-op position for the full academic year

    7. Be signed up and referred by the high school’s co-op coordinator or counselor. (See Mr. Phillips)

    Below is the timeline we will follow for this year’s program:

    Monday, February 16 – Friday, March 13

    All students must apply to the online job posting to be considered for a position.  Go to Dow’s website:  www.careersatdow.com.  Select Explore Available Job Opportunities and select North America.  In the job number field, enter 1500867.  Click on Apply Online.  Attach an updated resume to their application.

    IF YOU APPLY YOU MUST LET MR. PHILLIPS KNOW BY THE DEADLINE.
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989.246.3000

Junior/Senior High School
989.246.3010

Elementary School
989.246.3020