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    Future Footprint Logo  October Future Footprint

    Future Footprint Where will you leave your mark? All students are invited to attend Future Footprint on Wednesday, October 23rd. Future Footprint is a career exploration speaker series hosted by the CTE Department with a focus on a different career cluster each month. Invited speakers will share information about their career, the pathway they took to get there, and answer students' questions. The topic for October is careers in Arts, Technology and Communications. Speakers coming to talk with students include the following professions: Culinary Arts/ Chef, Photography, Media Arts/Director, Graphic Design, Theater Arts, Interior Design.

    Are you interested in these types of careers? Join Future Footprint in the BHS Library Reading Room during your lunch period. Students are encouraged to bring their lunch to the session. The CTE Department will provide the cookies!

    BLOOD DRIVE Friday, November 1

    Donating blood is safe and easy, and you can save up to three lives with one donation! Blood donated will go to local hospitals to help cancer patients, people involved in accidents, and people undergoing surgery.

    Donating blood takes about one hour. Please pick up a permission form from the front office, or from Ms. Amanda in room 238.

    Bring back your signed permission form starting Thursday, 10/24 to the table outside of the commons during both lunches. Once you bring your permission form, you will be given an appointment to donate blood. You can also bring your permission form directly to Ms. Amanda before school or during break.

    THOSE THAT ARE UNABLE to donate: Wear RED on Friday, 11/1 to show your support!

    The CTE Job Shadow Program is Accepting Fall Applications

    Is there are career that you've been thinking about or a type of job that you are especially interested in? Job shadowing can give you a sense of what that job is really like and can be a great way to learn more about a job because it allows you to "try it on" and see how it fits with your personality and developing skills.

    Job shadowing gives you a snapshot view of a "day-in-the-life" of an experienced professional and is much more informative than reading a job description. This type of experience is a great way to connect with a potential future mentor, get an authentic view of a job by giving you an inside look, and help you learn what you do and don't like.

    The fall semester Job Shadow Day is Monday, December 9th from 2:00 -5:00 PM. Interested students (sophomore year and older) need to complete and submit the Student Application and the Parent/Guardian Consent Form no later than November 1st. This provides the information we need to search for a job shadow host that matches your career interests.

    Program information, program deadlines, and all required student forms can be found at the CTE Department Job Shadow Program webpage.

    Contact Mrs.Brown at with questions or stop by the CTE Career Center in the BHS library.

    Winter Athletes

    ATTENTION WINTER ATHLETES Remember that you will need a current baseline concussion test on file before you are allowed to participate in Winter Sports. You will not be allowed to participate without a current baseline. Tests are good for two years. If you are unsure whether or not you need to take a baseline test, please ask Ms. Amanda or Mrs. Bullock in the front office.

    Tuesday, Nov. 5, 4-5pm
    Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4-5pm
    Thursday, Nov. 7, 4-5pm

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  • Boys Swim and Dive is #1

    Congratulaionts to the Boys Swim & Dive team for being ranked the #1 in the nation Team for Public Schools 900-1,400 students.

    Congratulations Kendal and Anna

    Congratulations to Kendall Havill, who was named to 1st team All Metro Golf and Anna Kozlosky, who was named to 2nd team All Metro Golf.

    BHS Choir Concert

    BHS Concert Choir will be performing on Thursday, October 24th at 7:30pm in the BHS Commons.

    Getting Involved

    Bainbridge High School offers a wide range of sports, clubs and activities for students to get involved in. Take a look at the list of clubs and activities for the 2019-2020 school year, and stay tuned for updates once you return to school this Fall. Reminder - you must pay for a BHS ASB card if you will participate in a club, activity or BHS sports team this school year.