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Sibling Salutes

Do you have a sibling who will be graduating from either BHS or EHHS? If so, The Spartan Standard would like to give you the opportunity to write a note to them and have it published in the senior issue of The Spartan Standard. You may pick up a form in the office or here: Word version or pdf version. Forms are due to Ms. Rose by Wednesday, May 24.

Announcements

  • Congratulations to
    Maddie Loverich
    Star Times All-Area Honoree

    The Seattle Times has announced it's spring selections for their Star Times all-area teams and BHS's own Maddie Loverich was selected. Seattle Times staffers and freelancers select Star Times all-area honorees from athletes in King and Snohomish counties, plus schools in the Metro and WesCo conferences.

    Maddie Loverich

    From The Seattle Times:
    Loverich, who primarily catches but also plays third base, batted .542 with 13 extra-base hits (a .983 slugging percentage) and 28 RBI as the Spartans finished the regular season at 17-3 and just missed the Metro League Mountain Division title. Her career batting average is .426. Check here for the full list of honorees.


    Cross Country Student-Athlete Recognition

    Based on their performance at the State Championships, Audrey Weaver, Naomi vonRuden, Jackie McVay have been named to the Washington Cross Country 2017 East West All-Star Roster. Jacob Carlson was also named to the team based on his strong season performances. The All-Star race is held on a fast 5k road course in conjunction with the Run of the Mill 5k on Saturday, June 25th. Race information and athlete rosters for this year's boys and girls teams are posted at http://www.watfxc.com/east-west-all-star-race/


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  • Spring Bracketology BHS Style

    Spring sports playoffs have begun and here are the brackets we have so far. If you have the link to a missing bracket please send to krose@bisd303.org.

    Fastpitch Boys Lacrosse
    Next game Wednesday,
    May 24th at 7pm

    at Mercer Island.
    Track & Field
    Tournament Link
    Schedule
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  • Grad-O-Gram

    Grad-O-Grams are notes that are given to each Bainbridge High School and Eagle Harbor High School graduating senior following their graduation practice. The notes are written by parents, friends, relatives, current or former coaches, etc. The notes should be encouraging in nature and hopefully acknowledge some positive attribute or behavior that has been observed in the student (kindness, honesty, caring, responsibility, cultural competence, positive peer influence, helping to create a caring school and/or community climate, personal integrity, activity in the arts, sports, or other after school activities, community service, academic excellence, other developmental asset, etc.).

    After you have written a Grad-O-Gram letter, please send it to school via "snail mail" to the following address: 

    • For Bainbridge High School graduates, mail to:  Student Name:______________________ , Bainbridge High School c/o Grad-O-Gram, 9330 N.E. High School Rd., Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.

    • For Eagle Harbor High School graduates, mail to:  Student Name:_____________________, Eagle Harbor High School c/o Grad-O-Gram, 9530 N.E. High School Rd., Bainbridge Island, WA   98110.

    Any questions may be directed to Heidi McKay (our district school nurse) at tel:(206) 780-1086.

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  • Senior Announcements

    Senior Letter 2017

    Graduation Tickets:
    Attention Seniors! The BHS Senior Survey is now available in Naviance and you must complete it before you can pick up Graduation tickets for your family and friends.

    Go into your Naviance account and click on the "About Me" tab at the top. The "Bainbridge High School Senior Survey 2017" is in the left menu. You do not have to complete it in one sitting (if you save your work). Once you have submitted the survey, your name will be given to the main office. Graduation tickets will be available for pick up in the main office starting Tuesday, May 30.

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