Blackhawk High School

DAILYGRAM

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2021
FOLLOW YOUR “B” SCHEDULE TODAY
 


1.    It's time to make your schedule for next school year!  Information can be found on the BHS Guidance page under Scheduling. Forms must be filled out by March 2.

2.    Attention anyone interested in playing tennis this spring:  stop by Room 207 to see Mr. Lowery for information.

3.    Attention Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:  The Free ASVAB test will take place at Blackhawk High School on Tuesday, March 9.  ASVAB stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, which is a multiple-choice test that helps you identify which Army jobs (Military Occupational Specialties) would be best for you. The ASVAB Program is designed to help high school students learn more about career exploration and planning.  If you are interested, sign ups and more information are in the guidance office.


Picture Makeup Day

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Make-up picture day for Underclassmen and Seniors will be held on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH.

Families of underclassmen are encouraged to pre-pay using the link below.  Seniors DO NOT have a prepay. They will have the opportunity to purchase online at a later date.



LINK TO PREPAY FOR UNDERCLASSMEN PHOTOS
Password is: PREPAY

PLEASE NOTE:  If you use the prepay, please print the confirmation and send with your child on picture day.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FEBRUARY 2021 BLACKHAWK HIGH SCHOOL 
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH!

 Mara Hartman
   (Sponsor: Beaver Falls Rotary)


Jayne Steele
(Sponsor: Chippewa Lions) 



Chloe Stein
(Sponsor: LIttle Beaver Lions

Fall Update Meeting: Families

If you would like to watch the Fall Update video from Thursday, August 6th, please click here.
 
This number is for NON-EMERGENCY calls. If you have an emergency, call 911. 
In an ongoing effort to promote a safe learning environment, the district is providing the community with an anonymous tip line phone number. The purpose of the tip line is to allow the community the ability to share information anonymously regarding issues that may put others’ safety in danger.  Community members can report information about drugs, weapons, alcohol, violence or any threat to safety.  While this can be done anonymously, the more information given (including one’s name), the greater the ability the district has to do a complete investigation and resolve the situation quickly. 

News

resources

Resources

 
Emergency Assistance for Low-Income Families  https://www.media.pa.gov/Pages/DHS_details.aspx?newsid=529
 
For anyone struggling with thoughts of self harm, thoughts of suicide, or struggling with mental health, especially during this period of social distancing, there is a number that anyone can text 24 hours a day to speak with someone. The number is 741 741.
 
If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, please click: http://www.211.org/services/covid19
 
Teacher/staff Contact Information

Teacher/staff Contact Information

If you would like to contact a staff member at Blackhawk High School, please follow these directions.    More +
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