We have multiple openings here at Beecher School District 200U! Please see the list below: Teaching: Part-time Art Teacher – District Technology: Entry Level Jr. System Administrator Support Staff: Teacher Assitant/Paraprofessional Athletics/Activities: Boys Track & Field Coach – High School Girls Track & Field Coach – High School Track & Field Coach – Jr. High Cheerleading Coach – Jr. High Maintenance/Custodial: Custodian/Maintenance-Substitute Substitute: Substitute Teachers Transportation: School Bus Driver – Substitute Please review the list and apply here: https://www.applitrack.com/willcounty/onlineapp/default.aspx?choosedistrict=true&applitrackclient=38251
We’ve asked the seniors to bring in a baby picture of themselves for the yearbook. We’ve only received a few, so we’re turning to the parents! Please send a baby picture in of your child by next Friday, December 21st. Photos WILL be returned by the end of January. If you have any questions, please contact Becki Calomino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class rings will be delivered Friday, December 14. Seniors may turn in cap and gown and graduation orders on Friday as well.
Drama Club is presenting “Rumors” this Friday at 7 pm, on Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm, and again on Sunday at 2 pm. Shows will be at the Community Hall on Penfield Street. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.
Happy Thanksgiving Break! School resumes Monday, Nov 26, 2018.
The Wednesday, November 14, 2018 School Board Meeting location has been changed to the Beecher Junior High School Library beginning at 7 pm. Please note the location change!
On October 24th, From 8:00 AM to 2PM, Beecher High School is offering depression awareness and suicide prevention training as part of the SOS Signs of Suicide for current 10th and 12th grade graders during English class. The depression-screening tool being used addresses thoughts and feelings which parents may be unaware their child is having. This tool cannot provide a diagnosis of depression but does give an indication of whether a young person should be referred for evaluation by a mental health professional. Please see attached notification if you DO NOT want your son(s)/daughter(s) participating. SOS Letterhead 2018-2019 – Steve …
On October 22nd at the BHS we will be having Freshman presentations and on October 25th Ring orders will be due! so be sure to get your orders in!
On Friday October 26th and Saturday October 27th The BHS will be having its Haunted hallway event! From 6-7pm the lights will be on for the younger kids and from 7-10pm the lights go out and the Haunted hallway will be opening for all ages! $3 for first entry and $1 for every entry after! Come by for some Haunted Fun! See you there!
On October 30th at the BHS we will be hosting our Blood drive from 8am- 1:30 Pm! Be sure to stop by and donate for a good cause!