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Mental Health Awareness: Support for Parents

While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. These videos and websites provide support and resources to parents who may be dealing with difficult behaviors at home. We partner with Elyssa’s Mission to bring the Signs of Suicide program to our students. They are offering a free, weekly support group for parents. Check it out! Anxiety Toolkit and Resource Hub Dr. Meme Hieneman is an expert in Family Based Positive Behavior Support and guides families through a step-by-step process for routine-based interventions. Behavior Response …

Mental Health Awareness: Healthy Routines

Living a healthy lifestyle and incorporating mental health tools to thrive may not be easy but can be achieved by gradually making small changes and building on those successes. Handout – Creating Healthy RoutinesDownload Handout – Eliminating Toxic InfluencesDownload

BJHS End of Year Letter and Locker Cleaning

BJHS students and guardians: Please read the End of Year letter below and sign up for a time for your student and one parent to clean out their locker, return their school books, Chromebook, and more. Please read the letter for more detailed information. 6th and 7th Grade Letter 8th Grade Letter Sign up for 6th Grade Sign up for 7th Grade Sign up for 8th Grade

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Notice of planned Internet outages Monday, May 4th from 3pm to 7pm

On April 30, 2020

Planned maintenance window for networking equipment Monday, May 4th 3-7PM. Internet for student Chromebooks will be disrupted during window

School closing and student lunches

On April 17, 2020

Good evening. Let me start by saying that a two-inch snowfall on April 17th somehow makes sense considering the last five weeks of our lives. With that being said, I hope that you are all safe and healthy as we finish off our Spring Break. As you may have heard, the Governor has closed schools for the remainder of the school year. This means that the final six weeks of student work will be finished under our current Remote Engagement model. We are very aware of how this pandemic and accompanying

April 1st, 2020 Message

On April 1, 2020

Remote Engagement Update March 31, 2020 Governor Pritzker has extended Illinois’ Stay-at-Home Order through April 30th. This means that Beecher 200U will remain closed through at least April 30th. As for our upcoming Spring Break, it will take place as planned. There will be no school lessons for Good Friday, April 10th or the entire week of April 13th - April 17th. To ensure connectivity, giving all students the opportunity to be engaged and learn - the school has delivered internet hot spots (

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