Thank you to everyone who made Prom 2023 a success! A special thank you to Ms. Lischefski, Mr. E Harp, Ms. Hubler, Mr. Olinghouse, and Stuco. We also want to thank PSG for providing a great FREE event for After Prom. We will have next year's date soon! #bvillebruWIN
On March 7, BHS students were privileged to be invited to ConocoPhillips in Bartlesville as part of the company's "Girls Talk Tech" initiative. The event was primarily to allow students an opportunity to shadow several tech jobs as a means to demonstrate a unique variety of employment for college graduates with technical degrees. Students also became familiar with high school and college internships, writing resumes, and the incredible ConocoPhillips Campus in Bartlesville. BHS appreciates the investment that ConocoPhillips is making in our students and community.
On Monday night, the Board of Education recognized the outstanding Bruin swim teams.
The Board of Education recognized Joyce Yang for being named an Academic All-Stater, one of the top 100 public high school seniors in Oklahoma. She is the 78th Bruin to be named an Academic All-Stater since the program began in 1987.
The Board of Education has recognized David Castillo for being the all-time leading scorer in Bruins Basketball with 1,594 career points.
Prom tickets are now on sale during lunch! After prom will also be this Saturday and thank you to our generous PSG/donors, it is FREE! See the flyer or visit with a PSG volunteer at lunch this week. #bvillebruWIN
Bartlesville High School is currently looking for a 9th Grade Librarian for the 2022-2023 school year! You can apply at the link here: https://www.applitrack.com/bpsok/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=High+School+-+Certified+Positions or email Mr. Harp email@example.com #bruWIN
BHS Blood Drive on Friday, March 24; to sign up, contact Mrs. Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 918-336-3311.
MAD Week 2023 raised $10,000 for Bartlesville Journey Home! Thank you to all who participated in MAD Week and we are still raising funds! Tomorrow is Chic-fil-A night where a portion of mobile order profits will go to Journey Home. #bvillebruWIN
The Bartlesville High School POM team is headed to State competition. Bruin TV will broadcast their send-off live beginning at 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday March 1st. To watch, click on the link below: https://www.youtube.com/live/Z2QbZXf8848?feature=share
Eat at The Eatery tomorrow and a portion of the profits will go to BHS MAD Week! Thank you to our local businesses for supporting our students! #bvillebruWIN
Next week is MAD Week 2023! If you are not familiar with BHS MAD Week (Make A Difference) each year BHS students raise money for a local non-profit. This year, during MAD Week, students will be raising money for Bartlesville Journey Home. #bvillebruWIN
Come out to Unity Square Wednesday to help our students raise money for The Journey Home. #bvillebruWIN
Our first MAD Week 2023 event is this Thursday! The 3rd Annual ARTLAZA will be in the FAC and be from 6 PM-7:30PM. Come support a great cause and all BHS Fine Arts Students! #bvillebruWIN
Congratulations to our National Merit Finalist, Joyce Yang! Joyce is among 15,000 Finalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Congratulations, Joyce! #bvillebruWIN
Bartlesville Rotary taking applications from current juniors for RYLA Camp through March 1. Contact email@example.com to receive an application or for more information. | BPSD is not sponsoring this 3rd-party activity.
Just a friendly reminder: FRIDAY = Regular School Day MONDAY = No School At its Oct 17, 2022 board meeting, BPS decided to shift staff collaboration days in February and April. Consequently, the 2/17/2023 and 4/28/2023 originally scheduled as virtual instruction days are now in-person instruction days.
MAD Week shirts are still for sale! They are being sold online this year with the QR attached to the flyer. #bvillebruWIN
Congratulations to Susan Vincent for being named the 2023 BHS Classified Person of the Year! Susan is often one of the first people here in the morning and the last to leave, we are blessed to have Susan on our team! #bvillebruWIN
Thank you, Bartlesville, for approving $38 million in bond issues to expand Wayside and Ranch Heights elementary schools and to help fund the district's technology, curricular, maintenance, and extracurricular programs through 2026-2027, all with no increase in the millage.