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Volleyball players enjoyed a post-season gathering and breakfast. Volleyball is coached by Mr. Chad Cochran.

Bethany Public Schools Weekly COVID-19 Update for April 15th, 2021

Students show off their Broncho Pride on Spirit Day during last week Spirit Week. Spirit Week is designed to show support for our spring sport athletes in track & field, soccer, and baseball.

Bethany Public Schools Weekly COVID-19 Update for April 7th, 2021

Congratulations to our BMS Boys soccer team for their 3-game win and first place finish in last weekend’s tournament at Christian Heritage Academy, earning them the title of Conference Champions. Middle school boys and girls soccer is coached by Kenneth Schell and Heather DiGiantomasso. Photo courtesy of Sean Williams; BHS Boys Soccer Program. Great job, Bronchos!

Our society tends to focus on what goes on in families that aren't functioning very well. However, researchers agree that for most people, learning what works is more helpful.

Bethany Public Schools Weekly COVID-19 Update for March 31st, 2021

Bethany hosted an invitational track meet last week with many track & field athletes competing. Several of our top finishers included: Hannah R, 1st place, shot put; Brady P, 4th place, long jump; Alyssa D, 6th place, 100 yard dash; Seth G, 2nd place, 400 m dash, 800 m dash, and mile run. Great job, Bronchos! Track is coached by Ron Williams, Justin McCullah, Erin Wright, and Miriam Cisneros.

In this week's FLEX lesson I will be talking about a very important character trait -- Integrity.

Bethany Public Schools Weekly COVID-19 Update for March 24th, 2021

Congratulations to 8th grade History teacher Mr. Aaron Toler, Bethany District Teacher of the Year!!

Teenage friendships can be wonderful or full of drama and sometimes both. As parents it's sometimes hard to watch the ups and downs of our kids' relationships.

Parent/Guardian Quick Glance for Concurrent College Enrollment - Concurrent college enrollment refers to eligible high school juniors and seniors who enroll in college courses and earn both high school and college credit.

Concurrent education provides eligible high school students with an opportunity to enroll in college classes while still attending high school. College transcripts are permanent records; please make sure the student and parent/guardian understand the benefits and risks associated with concurrent enrollment.

Members of the middle school show choir and mixed show choir performed for family and friends last week, in preparation for this week’s contests. Show choir is directed by Mrs. Steveann Bieliech.

Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. We've all felt anger -- perhaps as a fleeting annoyance or as a full-fledged rage.

March 3rd, 2021 COVID Numbers for all Bethany Schools Sites

Eighth grade students visited the HS Library for the annual Blind Date with a Book Valentines event, which was postponed to last week after the two-week snow break. High school Media Specialist Mari Pace organizes this event for the students of Bethany Public Schools.

Teaching young people responsibility is an important task. Children aren't born with the ability and must learn to be accountable.

This week's FLEX lesson will continue our introduction to career choices.

Mr. Eichelberger's Weekly Bethany Public Schools COVID-19 Update

Middle school art students finished a lesson on ceramic pieces with glazing, and then were able to fire in the kiln. Art is taught by Ms. Shannon Masterson.

As of 2/8/21, ALL-DISTRICT SITES will transition to a four-day In-Person format (M/T/R/F) with Wednesday being a Distance Learning Day. (See COVID-19 Information page for more details regarding the District's Decision Matrix)

Seventh and eighth grade advanced orchestra members had a zoom meeting with Aaron Fryklund, a professional music composer based in Dallas, TX. Mr. Fryklund, who attended OCU School of Music with BPS Director Annie Mann, is the middle school director at Richardson Middle School in Texas. His compositions have been featured in films, recordings, concerts, and exhibitions.

Our Random Acts of Kindness month begins today here at BMS, and our middle school students will have many opportunities to show their COMPASSION.

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