538 Miller Street, PO Box 338, Beecher, IL 60401 | Phone: (708) 946-2266 x1300 | Fax: (708) 946-3403
Mr. Jack Gaham, Principal | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Robert E. Ogdon, Dean & Athletic Director | email@example.com
Mr. Stephen D. Sarsany, Guidance Counselor | firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
- College Board 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll (2014-2015 school year)
- Illinois ASCD Whole Child Overall School (2017-2018 school year)
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.
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.
Scott Schwartz visits Beecher Schools
September 12, 2019
This Friday, September 13th we are honored to have Mr. Scott Schwartz coming to Beecher to discuss his journey to Hollywood to become the “Ultimate TV Bad Guy.” He will be talking to all our schools about his journey through life.
Superintendent’s Blog – School Budget
September 11, 2019
On Monday night, the School Board passed the budget for this year. After putting $282K in the bank last year; this year’s budget calls for deficit spending of $664K due to larger-than-normal spending on technology, buses, textbooks, and debt repayment. We are anticipating total spending for the 2019-2020 school year to be about $14.7M, and we should end the year with $14.9M in reserves. In other words, we have a year’s worth of spending in our savings account. You can find the entire budget summary HERE. Please call or email (email@example.com) with thoughts or questions about this or other topics.
Senior Athletic PicturesOn September 11, 2019
Senior Banner pictures Sept 20th, 2019 at BHS Den. Bring gear and check your email address on file from PowerSchool for a letter.
LockersOn August 9, 2019
It's hard to believe that next Friday is our first day. We are looking forward to starting a great year. If you would like to come in next week to place locks on lockers and get schedules, you can come in Monday-Wednesday between 9am-2pm. The teachers will not be in attendance, but you are welcome to drop by your locker and place your things in them. Freshman will need to stop in the main office to get their combination. Your locker assignment is on your schedule. You can pick one up in the main
Graduation info.On June 3, 2019
Hello! Thank you for making Sunday a great day. We cannot say enough positive things about the class of 2019. We've had many inquiries as to how to order pictures or the video from Sunday's graduation ceremony. Photos - Within the next 48 hours, the link should be updated with our event. Follow the link and you can order online. https://killoranphotography.smugmug.com/ Video - If you would like to purchase a video of the ceremony, call Killoran Photography and you can order by phone. Tom Killora