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BSSD CONTINUES SOS TRAINING FOR STUDENTS

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Rese Collins   BSSD continues SOS training for students   On October 23, students watched the Signs of Suicide Prevention Program (SOS).

STUDENTS ENCOURAGED TO CAST THEIR VOTE IN UPCOMING MIDTERMS

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Marissa Green   Students encouraged to cast their vote in upcoming midterms   Voting is one of the few ways that American

A+ PROGRAM AIMS TO INCREASE COLLEGE ENROLLMENT

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Savannah Alvis     A+ program aims to increase college enrollment   The A+ program is a statewide program developed by the Missouri

ONE-TO-ONE DEVICE ROLLOUT

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Kayla Melissinas and Images by Samantha Johnson   The passing of the no tax increase bond and levy vote on August 7th allowed

HAZARDOUS HAND-HELD DEVICES

  ***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***     Samantha Johnson – image by Delaney Barlow   For the past twenty years, smart devices have become increasingly more common in

FIRST GSA MEETING OF THE YEAR ATTENDED WELL

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Marissa Green   BSHS prides itself on its ability to sustain a unique and comfortable environment for its equally unique 1,998 staff members

GOLDEN REGIMENT INVITATIONAL DRAWS LARGE CROWDS TO CAMPUS

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)*** By Rese Collins   On September 29th, the Golden Regiment hosted their annual Golden Regiment Invitational (GRI). Marching bands from around the midwest competed

TWO YEARS SWINGING: GIRLS TENNIS CHAMPS AGAIN

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)*** By Justin Baer   October 11, 2018 Though on a national scale, the sport of tennis recently went through a lot of controversy with

NHS HOSTS BLOOD DRIVE

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)*** By Savannah Alvis     Each year, NHS hosts two opportunities, one in October and one in February,  for students to donate blood. NHS

WILLIAMS TAKES ON NEW MEDIA CENTER DESIGN

***The following is a student-written article that can be found in the BSHS student newspaper, the “Campus Crier”.  To view the Campus Crier’s online newspaper, check out their website: https://bshscampuscrier.com/ (CLICK HERE)***   By Samantha Johnson     Student engineers at BSHS have started to lay out the blueprints for their upcoming  projects. With the start