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BHS Accepts Whole Child Award

March 12, 2018
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Beecher High School sent a team of educators to the 37th Annual Illinois Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (ASCD) Statewide Conference in Schaumburg on Friday, March 9 to receive the 2017-2018 Whole Child Overall School Award.  Pictured above (left-to-right) are Mr. Ed Palmisano, Board Member; Mr. Dave McCord, Mathematics Teacher; Mr. Nathan Schilling, Principal; Mrs. Kathy Landis, Teacher Aide; Mr. Steve Sarsany, Guidance Counselor; and Mr. Adam Keen, Physical Education Teacher.  The press release regarding this award can be accessed at the following link:   https://www.beecher200u.org/index.php/2017/10/25/bhs-named-whole-child-school   Mr. Schilling and Mr. McCord also authored an article for the Illinois …

Will County Boys Leadership Conference

March 7, 2018
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On Thursday February 22nd, Mr. Sarsany took a group of 9 boys ranging from 7th-10th grade for the the annual Will County Regional Office of Education Boys Leadership Conference.  During the conference, students gathered valuable information by listening to guest speakers on topics such as leadership, college/career prep, health and fitness and self-esteem.

Superintendent Search Survey

February 22, 2018
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YOUR INPUT IS IMPORTANT AND NEEDED FOR THE DISTRICT’S SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH….PLEASE COMPLETE A SURVEY BY ACCESSING THE LINK BELOW….. The Beecher CUSD 200U Board of Education is conducting a search for a new superintendent.  The selection of a new superintendent is probably the most important decision a board of education has to make; therefore, the Board has hired the Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) to assist in this process.   The Board of Education is seeking everyone’s input in the search process.  The Board requests that all board members, all staff, all parents and community members complete an online survey provided by the IASB.  The …

BHS Blood Drive – 2/27

February 16, 2018
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Please schedule an appointment to give blood on Tuesday, Feb. 27, in honor of Eric Stasko a BHS student. Eric was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anemia, which is a very rare blood and bone marrow disease in March 2017. Having this disease, he has endured blood and platelet transfusions daily for several months. He has been unable to play the sports which he loved: baseball, basketball and golf. Eric has been hospitalized seven different times. At this time Eris is doing much better, and his doctors are monitoring his condition to see is his treatment is working. Permission slips for the …