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Mike Bassage

Mike Bassage , about 14 hours ago

Announcements: January 18, 2021
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation, under God, indivisible; with liberty and justice for all.
1. Late buses this morning will be the Elephant and Kite bus.
2. All students that will be enrolled in the Virtual School for second semester meet in the library
directly after the announcements.
3. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th .
4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home.
5. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines.
6. Any 7 th or 8 th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting Tuesday
the 19 th on your lunch. Meeting in the library.
7. Robotics team will be meeting on Tuesday, January 19th at 3:10-5:00 pm.
Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now open,
check your graduating class' google classroom for more information.
Event Results: Congratulations to the following BPA members who placed for BPA region 8 Virtual
Competition and now advance to compete at state.
Logan Mathews: 1 st Payroll Accounting, 1 st Advanced Accounting, 3 rd Business Meeting
Management, 3 rd Financial Math, 4 th Administrative Support Concepts.
Becca Claypool: 1 st Basic Office Systems & Procedures & 2 nd Fundamental Word Processing
Emma Govitz: 2 nd Intermediate Word Processing & 4 th Fundamental Spreadsheets
Nicoli Claypool: 5 th PC Servicing & Troubleshooting
Birthdays: Weekend Birthday: Harley Cowell
Today: Alex Pahl
Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Turkey & Mashed Potatoes with a Soft Baked Pretzel

Mike Bassage

Mike Bassage , 4 days ago

Announcements: January 15, 2021
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation, under God, indivisible; with liberty and justice for all.
1. Last call for students to look through lost and found. (table set up in the hall) It’s going to be
donated to the mission afterschool.
2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th .
3. High School Winter Athletes: Please make sure you get your green card from the office by
Friday, especially if your team practices this week-end. If you had a physical last year, all we
need is the signed Health Questionnaire. If you didn't have a physical on file last year, you will
need to get a physical. These forms are available outside the office in the folders or if you have
questions, ask the office. If you do not have a green card at your first practice, you will not be
able to practice.
4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home.
5. Attention Beaverton Football Players: Weight Lifting and Conditioning will begin on Saturday,
January 16th, from 10am-11:15am. Bring your running shoes, mask, and water. In addition to
Saturdays, we will also lift on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-4:45pm. 6th-8th graders
are also invited to participate in these sessions. See you Saturday.
6. Wrestling Practice times: This Saturday and Sunday from 1:00-3:00 in the high school.
7. High School Girls Basketball Players: Practice will begin on Monday from 5:00-7:00 at the high
school.
8. Middle School Girls Basketball will practice next Monday and Tuesday after school.
9. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines.
10. Any 7 th or 8 th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year, there is a meeting Tuesday
the 19 th on your lunch. Meeting in the library.
Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now
open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if
you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so
without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any
questions.
Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips.
Event Results:
Birthdays: Cadence Augustine & Aaliyah Quintanilla

Mike Bassage

Mike Bassage , 4 days ago

Announcements: January 14, 2021
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation, under God, indivisible; with liberty and justice for all.
1. BJSHS Students: Are you behind?  Do you need help with your course work?  We have academic
after school Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-4:20. Get caught up!  Stop in before
the end of the marking period catches up to you!
2. Picture Retakes have been rescheduled for February 5 th .
3. High School Winter Athletes: Please make sure you get your green card from the office by
Friday, especially if your team practices this week-end. If you had a physical last year, all we
need is the signed Health Questionnaire. If you didn't have a physical on file last year, you will
need to get a physical. These forms are available outside the office in the folders or if you have
questions, ask the office. If you do not have a green card at your first practice, you will not be
able to practice.
4. Football Players: Your banners are in the office. Please come pick up to take home.
5. Attention Beaverton Football Players: Weight Lifting and Conditioning will begin on Saturday,
January 16th, from 10am-11:15am. Bring your running shoes, mask, and water. In addition to
Saturdays, we will also lift on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-4:45pm. 6th-8th graders
are also invited to participate in these sessions. See you Saturday.
6. Wrestling Practice times: This Saturday and Sunday from 1:00-3:00 in the high school.
7. High School Girls Basketball Players: Practice will begin on Monday from 5:00-7:00 at the high
school.
8. Middle School Girls Basketball will practice next Monday and Tuesday after school.
9. High School Winter Sports competitions may begin on Feb. 1 st , with the new guidelines.
Counseling News: Seniors: The Midland Area Community Foundation Scholarship portal is now
open, check your graduating class' google classroom for more information. Dual enrolled students: if
you have not turned in your textbook from last semester you have today and tomorrow to do so
without penalty. The next semester dual courses will begin January 10th. See Mrs. Phillips with any
questions.
Winter Semester Dual Enrolled Students may pick up books from Mrs. Phillips.
Event Results: Beaverton Volleyball beat Calumet 3-0 to advance to state semifinals. Mady Pahl 28
assists, 15 digs, 7 kills; Molly Gerow 13 kills, 15 digs; Faith Danielak 7 kills; Alexis Grove 8 digs; Leiyah
Mungin 10 digs; Hannah Stearns 5 kills; Becca Wirt 4 kill.

Birthdays: Belated Happy Birthday to Ethan Athey, Austin Dobson, & Dylan Kasper
Today: Marissa Krohn & Jose Peyra Valiente
Today’s Lunch Menu: CREATE: Beef Nachos

Jennifer Johnston

Jennifer Johnston , 5 days ago

Dear MHSAA Community,

With today’s press conference and public release of the MDHHS epidemic order effective as of Saturday, January 16, the following is information we know at this time. With the Representative Council scheduled to meet tomorrow, Jan. 14, along with dozens of additional questions that have already reached us this afternoon, schools should expect additional information and further communication in the next few days.

Here is initial guidance to schools based on today’s announcement and release of the updated MDHHS order:

No changes have been made to the three remaining fall sports in the MDHHS pilot rapid testing program; since the updated order goes into effect on Saturday, the two fall non-contact sports of girls swimming & diving and volleyball must continue with testing this week.
Winter teams may continue with OUTDOOR conditioning activities through Friday, Jan. 15.
On Saturday, Jan. 16, the following changes go into effect for school sports:

The non-contact winter sport of swimming and diving- boys in the LP and both boys and girls in the UP- may begin practices on Jan. 16 and compete starting on Jan. 22.
The non-contact sports of bowling and gymnastics may begin practice on Jan. 16 and compete starting on Jan. 25.
The four winter contact sports as defined by MDHHS include basketball, competitive cheer, ice hockey and wrestling. These four sports may begin indoor practices with no physical contact on Jan. 16. There must be at least 6 feet of distance between each occupied workout station with spaces and activities set up to maintain 6 feet between all persons at all times.
Based on the order, the first day of competition would be on Feb. 1 for these 4 sports with new MHSAA tournament dates. We will provide updated MHSAA tournament dates for these four winter sports by the end of this week.
The MHSAA will continue to actively advocate for an earlier start to competition and physical contact practices in these sports given the non-school sports activity within our state, and the school and non-school activity in our three bordering states, all include competition now in winter sports, including wrestling.
Spring sports and fall sports not involved in the MDHHS pilot testing program may begin indoor 4-player workouts and resume conditioning activities on Jan. 16. Note that all of this out-of-season activity must be NON-PHYSICAL CONTACT work at this time.
Masks are required of all participants except when actively participating in swimming & diving and gymnastics.
School weight rooms are now open for lifting and conditioning with physical distancing and NO PHYSICAL CONTACT activities and masks being worn at all times.
Under this updated order, spectators for winter sports are limited to 100 persons, except for stadiums and arenas, which are capped at 250. Note that bowling center capacity is limited to 25% of total occupancy set by the local fire marshal.
The Representative Council will be meeting tomorrow to address new calendar issues and other challenges that today’s MDHHS announcement created. We will communicate with all schools following the meeting with more updated information.

Thank you.
Mark Uyl
MHSAA Executive Director

Jennifer Johnston

Jennifer Johnston , 6 days ago

The volleyball team will be arriving into town around 8:30. Safe travels to any fans coming up to greet the team! GO RED!

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