538 Miller Street, PO Box 338, Beecher, IL 60401 | Phone: (708) 946-2266 x10 | Fax: (708) 946-3403
Mr. Nathan S. Schilling, Principal | email@example.com
Mr. Kenneth H. Akerman, Dean & Athletic Director | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Stephen D. Sarsany, Guidance Counselor | email@example.com
Beecher High School Mission Statement
Inspiring a small community to pursue the biggest of dreams through a safe, effective learning environment that develops character and puts students on the path to success.
Beecher High School Vision Statement
Beecher High School will provide a safe, supportive learning environment in which all students are provided
opportunities to accomplish the following activities:
1. Access, process, and communicate information in a variety of media.
2. Solve problems using logical, creative, and critical thinking skills.
3. Work collaboratively with students and faculty to accomplish common goals
4. Develop into life-long learners.
5. Participate as responsible and ethical citizens in a changing world.
Beecher High School Affirmation Statement
I make a positive contribution to Beecher High School because:
I am caring, respectful, creative, and honest.
I try to give back.
I am proud of helping strangers, friends, family, and other people in my life.
I try to be the best person I can be.
I am involved in school.
I respect myself and others.
I am accepting of everyone.
I take responsibility for my actions and stand up for those who need it.
I am a good leader and always positive to others.
BHS Daily Announcements
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The daily announcements below are the same as those read aloud each day at school. Look below to see what we are talking about!
Beecher Bobcat Broadcasting (BBB) has started recording daily announcements as news broadcasts. See below for an example of this initiative. We plan to go live on the web in the near future!
BBB News - December 6, 2013
Congratulations to Hannah Brown' 17, Reed Burnell '17, and Cydney Knapp '17 who have each been selected for a four-year college scholarship through the Give Something Back Foundation! See below for our news coverage of this achievement, which is given to only 54 students in Will County.
BBB News - April 3, 2014
On August 28, 2014, Beecher High School administrators and faculty answered the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge of Beecher Junior High School! Held on the front lawn after school for an audience of students, parents, and community members, those involved issued challenges of their own before dousing themselves in ice cold water to promote awareness and donations for Lou Gehrig's Disease.
BHS ASL Ice Bucket Challenge - August 28, 2014