This Week at BCUSD 201:

Monday December 5

  • YEARBOOK STAFF will be taking a group photo on Tuesday, Dec. 6th during 1st hour.

  • HS Girls Basketball vs Martinsville

  • Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball @ Neoga

  • JH Boys Basketball – 8th Grade @ Kinmundy              Bus time 5:05


Tuesday December 6

  • Dental Safari .  


Wednesday December 7

  • Jostens will be here to meet with Seniors at 8:10 in the HS Library


Thursday December 8


Friday December 9

  • HS Boys Basketball @ St. Anthony

  • HS Girls Basketball @ Father McGivney     Bus time 4:20



Heads Up


  • Seniors - The deadline for turning in senior portraits and/or baby ads for the yearbook is Dec. 21.  If you have them ahead of time, that would be great.  Please email Ashley if you have any questions.  atowler@bcusd201.com

  • THE 2017 YEARBOOK STAFF WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU!!  Image Share is a simple way to hear from all of our students

and parents!  Please feel free to snap photos with your phones, iPads, etc.  To create your account, download the balfour Image

Share app onto your device and create your account.  The project number is 702995.  All that's left to do is SNAP AWAY and

upload.  The photos will automatically be sent to us.  Thanks for your help in making the yearbook the best that it can be!!!

  • Box Tops for Education will be mailed in October.  Staff, students and community members may send in their collected Box Tops for Education to Miss Stine at any time.  A second mailing will be made later in the school year.  Proceeds from the Box Tops for Education go toward purchasing books for the Jr - Sr High Library.

  • Empty Aluminum cans may be placed on the container near the upstairs copy room door or in Mrs. Campbell's room.  When you complete your lunch, please place your aluminum can in the lunch tray window, and the Cooks will recycle it for you.

  • Pop Top tabs are again being saved for Ronald McDonald House Charities.  Any aluminum pop top tabs can be turned in to Miss Stine. 






The technology mission of BCUSD #201 is to provide current technology to educate and encourage students, teachers, and community to develop practical, technological skills which will prepare them for change in the 21st century.
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