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  • Legacy Studios To Take Senior Portraits July 16-19, 2018 Legacy Studios will be at Bartlesville High School to take senior portraits of students from the graduating class of 2019. Portraits will be taken in the Hospitality Room in the ...
    Posted Jul 13, 2018, 7:26 PM by Tina Steele
  • Warren Neff named a finalist for state teacher of the year Warren Neff, who teaches physics and a STEM math course at Bartlesville High School, has been named a finalist for the 2019 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year honor. On July ...
    Posted Jul 12, 2018, 11:16 AM by Granger Meador
  • Michael Harp named an Assistant Principal at BHS On Monday, June 18 the Bartlesville Board of Education approved hiring Michael Harp as an Assistant Principal at Bartlesville High School. Mr. Harp has been a band director for nine ...
    Posted Jun 19, 2018, 5:59 AM by Granger Meador
  • 2016-2017 School Report Card 2017 SCHOOL PROFILES Office of Educational Quality and Accountability 840 Research Parkway, Suite 455, Oklahoma City, OK, 73104   (405)525-0373  Web: http://www.EdProfiles.info BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL (9 ...
    Posted Jun 14, 2018, 11:32 AM by Tina Steele
  • Pom Squad to Host Car Wash Fundraiser Need your car washed? Here's your chance to get a clean car and support the BHS Pom Squad!  The Bartlesville High School Pom Squad will be holding a car ...
    Posted May 25, 2018, 5:35 AM by Tina Steele
  • Senior Awards 2018 BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2018 AWARDS PROGRAM May 18, 2018Chairperson: Assistant Principal Marsha Fouts Marshals – Aarya Ghonasgi & Megan Talbot, Juniors, Bartlesville High School AWARD PRESENTER RECIPIENT(S) 1 ...
    Posted May 24, 2018, 8:50 AM by Tina Steele
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Legacy Studios To Take Senior Portraits July 16-19, 2018

posted Jul 13, 2018, 7:18 PM by Tina Steele   [ updated Jul 13, 2018, 7:26 PM ]

Legacy Studios will be at Bartlesville High School to take senior portraits of students from the graduating class of 2019. Portraits will be taken in the Hospitality Room in the Freshman Academy 9:00 am to 4:00pm, July 16-19, 2018. Seniors should click here to schedule their appointment online. 

ALL Seniors are strongly encouraged to sign up for the "Yearbook Sitting," which is FREE. This option allows for all seniors to have an informal photo, as well as a formal cap and gown portrait. This portrait will be included in the BHS Yearbook, the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise, and on the monitor displays around the building at the end of the school year.

Other options are available and payment for additional sittings can be made via credit card or PayPal. 

If you are unable to find an appointment, please contact Legacy Studios' Customer Care department at 1-800-348-4360 or customercare@legacystudios.com.



Class of 2019

Warren Neff named a finalist for state teacher of the year

posted Jul 12, 2018, 11:16 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Jul 12, 2018, 11:16 AM ]

Warren Neff, who teaches physics and a STEM math course at Bartlesville High School, has been named a finalist for the 2019 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year honor. On July 12, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced 12 finalists for the position at an EngageOK conference in Norman. Hofmeister said, “These 12 teachers represent some of Oklahoma’s finest educators who are making a difference in the lives of our students every day.”

Mr. Neff was named the Bartlesville District Teacher of the Year in March and his application packet for the state honor was selected for finalist status by a panel of educators, legislators, and members of business and nonprofit organizations. As a finalist, he will have to submit a video of his teaching, additional information, and be interviewed by a selection committee. The 2019 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year will be announced on September 18 in Oklahoma City.

In the 2017-18 school year, Mr. Neff began teaching Inquiry Physics and Advanced Placement Physics 1 at Bartlesville High School, along with a STEM Advanced Math Applications course he devised a few years ago. He had spent the previous 14 years teaching mathematics at Bartlesville High School and Bartlesville Mid-High. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in physics from Emporia State University.

Before embarking on his teaching career, Neff was employed by Phillips 66 doing work in seismology. He has used that experience to inform his teaching and in recruiting dozens of speakers from area industries to present to STEM, math, and science students at the high school. His industry connections helped him secure a $1.9 million grant from Halliburton for sophisticated software and seismology data for his students to analyze; something previously only available to college students. His STEM class and the Halliburton software and data are held in the Phillips 66 Innovation Labs at the high school.

Other finalists for the state honor are Catherine Adams from Piedmont, Natalie Fielden from Sapulpa, Shari Gateley from Putnam City, Amy Greenshaw from Jenks, Carol Hunsperger from Grove, Teresa Lansford from Norman, Jenny Morphis from Hilldale, Rebecca Oglesby from Yukon, Jessica Robinson from Altus, Michelle Shelton from Noble, and V. Jannean Thompson from Berryhill.

Warren Neff
Warren Neff, who teaches physics and a STEM math course at Bartlesville High School, has been named a finalist for state teacher of the year

Michael Harp named an Assistant Principal at BHS

posted Jun 19, 2018, 5:58 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Jun 19, 2018, 5:59 AM ]

Michael Harp
On Monday, June 18 the Bartlesville Board of Education approved hiring Michael Harp as an Assistant Principal at Bartlesville High School. Mr. Harp has been a band director for nine years. For the last four years he has served as the Director of Bands for Carl Albert High School, a class 5A school in the Mid-Del system in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.

Mr. Harp was recognized as the Teacher of the Year for 2017-18 at Carl Albert High School. He led a successful band program at Carl Albert, with the band earning a variety of awards including being named the Oklahoma Band Association 5A Marching Band Runner-Up State Champion in the fall of 2016. Mr. Harp received the OSSAA Band Director Award in the spring of 2017, and the OSSAA Band Directors Sweepstakes Award in 2015, 2016, and 2017. He served as performing arts chair and was a member of the principal's leadership team at Carl Albert.

We are excited to welcome Michael Harp as an instructional leader at Bartlesville High School for the new school year which begins in August.

Greg Tackett leaving

Greg Tackett
The hiring of Michael Harp was prompted by Greg Tackett's acceptance of a new position as High School Principal at Metro Christian Academy in Tulsa. Mr. Tackett first came to the district as an Assistant Principal at Bartlesville High School in 2004. He left the district in 2006 but later returned to serve for several years as the Assistant Principal at Madison Middle School. For the past five years he again served as an Assistant Principal at BHS.

We appreciate Greg Tackett's years of leadership at two of our secondary schools and wish him and his family the best in their transition to Tulsa.

2016-2017 School Report Card

posted Jun 14, 2018, 11:32 AM by Tina Steele   [ updated Jun 14, 2018, 11:32 AM ]

Oklahoma Seal of the State of Oklahoma
2017 SCHOOL PROFILES

Office of Educational Quality and Accountability
840 Research Parkway, Suite 455, Oklahoma City, OK, 73104   (405)525-0373  Web: http://www.EdProfiles.info

1700 Hillcrest Drive, Bartlesville, OK 74003
Telephone: (918) 336-3311


MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL:

                                                                                        May 2018


Dear Bartlesville High School Parents:

We have many things to be proud of and thankful for at Bartlesville High School. The work of many is reflected in the accomplishments of our graduating classes. We are fortunate to have active, involved parents who contribute individually and collectively through the Parent Support Group. The committed faculty of the Bartlesville Public School system contributes to the accomplishments of our students from pre-kindergarten through graduation.

Even though our test scores at Bartlesville High School have been consistently above average, we constantly strive to improve our student learning. This School Report Card for 2016-2017 helps us appreciate our strengths as well as determine areas which need improvement. The Office of Accountability has included many interesting statistics in this report card. Historical statistics to include the past 20 years may be reviewed by visiting thfollowing website www.SchoolReportCard.org. If you have any questions or comments please contact me.

 

The faculty and staff at BHS encourage you to contact us any time you have questions or you want to discuss your child's progress. We welcome your involvement and want to work together for the success of all students.


                                                                               Sincerely,

                                                                                

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Pom Squad to Host Car Wash Fundraiser

posted May 25, 2018, 5:33 AM by Tina Steele   [ updated May 25, 2018, 5:35 AM ]

Need your car washed? Here's your chance to get a clean car and support the BHS Pom Squad! 

The Bartlesville High School Pom Squad will be holding a car wash fundraiser at Oakley Chevrolet-Buick on Saturday, June 2, 2018, from 9 a.m. until noon. 

Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any JV or Varsity Pom Team Member or you can pay $5 when you arrive on the day of the car wash. Come and support the team!
BHS Pom Squad 2018 Car Wash Flyer

Senior Awards 2018

posted May 24, 2018, 8:49 AM by Tina Steele   [ updated May 24, 2018, 8:50 AM ]

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BARTLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2018 AWARDS PROGRAM 

May 18, 2018
Chairperson: Assistant Principal Marsha Fouts 
Marshals – Aarya Ghonasgi & Megan Talbot, Juniors, Bartlesville High School



AWARD

PRESENTER

RECIPIENT(S)

1

BHS Seniors to the United States Military

SFC Lance Miller

 

 

1

 

Sgt. Hernandez,
US Marine Corps

Garrett McClintock

 

1

 

Sgt. Webster,
US Army

Keyana Sutton

Luke Loeb

2

Lowe Family Young Scholars Award

Karen Lowe-Alton
Julie Pranger
Kristy Briggs

Jamie Mertins
Marisol Aranda
Keyonna Schutz

 

2

Bartlesville Rotary Essay Scholarship

Karen Lowe-Alton

Allison Biddinger

 

3

Jeff Potter Memorial Scholarship

Caleb Potter

Rilee Rigdon

 

4

Truity Credit Union Scholarship

Kelly Diven

Andrew Day

 

5

Bartlesville Education Association Scholarship

Heather Boyle

Blake Buoy

Kyle Stone

6

PFLAG

Susan Lagal &
Tim Hudson

Robbyn Gill

Olivia Holder

7

Gulley Family Scholarship

Kristy Briggs

Keyonna Schutz

Tyler Riley

8

Salty Seniors Actors Troupe Scholarship

Susan Lagal

Michaela Wilson

 

9

Rick & Suzy Wamsley Memorial Scholarship

Lew Wamsley

Trevor Marshall

 

10

All Sports Booster Award

Angel Bradshaw

Allison Biddinger
Rilee Rigdon

James Martinez
Andrew Day

11

Birdies for Scholarships

Bob Pomeroy

Faith Hopkins

Matt Russell

12

Blair Thompson Russell Memorial Scholarship

Zoe Thompson &
Krista Thompson

Kasidy McNeill

 

13

Charles B. Greene Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Brendon Swisher

James Martinez

 

14

Col-High Wildcats Memorial Scholarship

George Tarbox

Travis Everett
Robbyn Gill

Mabel Glock
Olivia Holder

15

American Heritage Bank Scholarship

Holly Daniels

Andrea Hernandez

 

16

Denny “Zoot” Freeman Memorial Music Scholarship

Jim Hess

Michaela Wilson

 

17

Susan M. Schmidt Memorial Scholarship

Ed Schmidt

Meghan Gilliland

 

18

Craig Woods Family Pom Scholarship

Stephanie Stewart

Story Martin

Katie Newcomb

19

Daryl Reese Memorial Award

Spence Rigdon

John Cone

 

19

Eric Krase Scholarship

Spence Rigdon

Grant Yardley

 

20

Bartlesville Boys & Girls Club
Youth of 2018

Cheryl Streets

Kismet Okyere

 

21

On the Rock Ministries
Joyce Bond Higher Reach Scholarship

Andy Dossett &
Christine Dancer

Halle Warneke

 

22

Louis Skurcenski Memorial Scholarship

Ricky Snelling

Callie Krause

James Martinez

23

Bartlesville Civic Ballet Company Scholarship

Stephanie Hathaway

Chloe Cunningham

 

24

Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship

Mary Johnson

Mabel Glock

 

25

Todd Family Memorial Scholarship

Joe Todd

Rachel Brown

 

26

Randy & Dustin Lawrence Memorial Scholarship

Linda Myer

Andrea Hernandez

 

27

Lennie Baker Memorial Scholarship

Rachelle Wilson

Connor Burns

 

28

Bartlesville Daybreak Rotary Scholarship

Susan Dick

Alyssa Cole

Kasidy McNeill

29

Carol Ann Cone Legacy Scholarship

Todd Cone

Mabel Glock

 

30

Masonic Students of Today Award

Dace Tom &
Karl Franks

Natalie James

Matthew Russell

31

Northern Oklahoma Section of the American Chemical Society

Excellence in Chemistry Award

Dr. Mazi Sardashti

James Martinez

 

32

Choir Booster Club Music Scholarship

Kori Leeper

Matthew Coordsen
Garrett Lee

Jonathan Rathbone

33

Bartlesville Art Association Scholarship

Dedra Morgan &
Amy Jenkins

Brigette Bulleigh
Mabel Glock

Chandler Henderson

34

Downtown Kiwanis Senior of the Year Award

Jeanette Miller

Allison Biddinger

 

35

Stevens Family Scholarship

Elaine Stevens

Mabel Glock

James Martinez

36

Jane Phillips Society

Gail Barnett

Hannah King

 

37

Play for Burk Foundation Scholarship

Clinton & Tamara Hansen

Mabel Glock

 

38

Service League of Bartlesville Awards

Carol Beck &
Michelle Swaney

Jordyn Eldridge

Keyonna Schutz

39

Russell W. Davis Memorial Scholarship

Carolyn Hicks

Ashlyn Nakvinda

Kallie Nunley

40

Angie Swigart Memorial Scholarship

Leroy Shepherd

Destiny Harris
Kimalee Lawrence

Shelbie Roberson

41

Larry Houchin Sportsmanship Award

Annie Houchin

Ashlynn Nakvinda

Matt Russell

42

National Honor Society Outstanding Leadership Scholarship

Warren Neff

Sarah Covell
Addie Deffenbaugh

Chloé Maye
Paige Sauer

42

National Honor Society Outstanding Service Scholarship

Warren Neff

Isabella Snell

 

43

The Kiddie Park Hopes & Dreams Education Fund Scholarship

David & Elaine Lea

Shanice Collins

 

44

Ken Dolezal Memorial Scholarship

Linda Dolezal

Olivia Holder

 

45

Prevailing Bruin Scholarship

Susan Staats

Gary Hoover

 

46

Knights of Columbus

Rob Fries, Sr.

Hannah King

Danielle Poquette

47

Thomas B. Reid Memorial Scholarship

Rebecca Brown

Max Goad

 

48

Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship

Patricia Anduss

Kaylee Cromwell

 

49

Louis R. Schafer Memorial Scholarship

Leslie Sexson

Greta Olsen

 

50

Jimmy Reid Memorial Scholarship

Jerry Gray

Echo Davis

 

51

Betty Dawson Turk Memorial Award

Jen Ward

Jordyn Eldridge
Cynthia Ramirez

Matthew Coordsen
Roniell Millien

52

Robert Miller Kane Scholarship

Greg Tackett

Matt Russell

 

52

Tom Tunin Award

Greg Tackett

Jake Bilger

 

53

Fred J. & Rosemary Quintana Memorial Scholarship

Crestley Tyree

Gary Hoover

 

54

OU Alumni Association of Bartlesville Scholarship

Charlie Daniels

Mabel Glock
Olivia Holder

William Walton

54

Washington County Soccer Club Award

Charlie Daniels

Isabella Vaclaw

 

55

Harry & Wanna Brookby Scholarship

Bo Brookby

Paige Sauer

 

56

Brett Starcevich Memorial Scholarship

Patty Rule

Robbyn Gill

 

57

Sean David Conover Memorial Scholarship

Mitsuye Conover

Alana Blackwood
Alexandria Dickson
Nicholas Hymel
Isabella Snell

Matthew Russell
Rebecca Watson
Madeline Wolfe
Zachary Woods

58

Brooksie Peyton Foundation Scholarship

Judge Jan Dreiling

Alyssa Cole

Olivia Holder

59

Students of the Year

Marsha Fouts

Madisann Taylor

John Cone

60

Principal’s Students of the Year

LaDonna Chancellor

Greta Olsen

Zachary Woods

60

Oklahoma Academic All-Stater

LaDonna Chancellor

Allison Biddinger

 

60

National Merit Commended Students

LaDonna Chancellor

Markus Klawun
James Martinez

Zachary Woods

60

National Merit Semifinalist

LaDonna Chancellor

Lukas Cochran

 

60

National Merit Finalists

LaDonna Chancellor

Sarah Covell
Hannah Linzy

Greta Olsen

2018 Summer School, Ignite Senior Leadership Conference, Freshman Summer Camp and ACT Prep Enrollment

posted May 17, 2018, 12:29 PM by Tina Steele   [ updated Jun 3, 2018, 11:15 AM ]


Bartlesville Regional Summer School 2018


Semester one is from June 4-25 and semester two is from July 9-30, with classes Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to noon in:

CREDIT RECOVERY
  • English 9, 10, 11, or 12
  • U.S. History
  • Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry
  • Physical Science, Biology I
INITIAL CREDIT & CREDIT RECOVERY
  • Oklahoma History, World History, Government, Financial Literacy Economics
  • Spanish I, II
  • Math of Finance, Business Computer Applications
  • Environmental Science
Register early - first come, first served. Registration closes for semester 1 on May 31st and for semester 2 on June 29th.

9-12 SUMMER SCHOOL FLYER & REGISTRATION FORM

 BUS ROUTE #1  BUS ROUTE #2  
 7:20 a.m.Oak Park Elementary 
 7:15 a.m.Wilson Elementary
 7:25Virginia & Cudahy   7:20Frank Phillips Blvd & Fleetwood Dr
 7:35Jane Phillips Elementary  7:30Ranch Heighs Elementary
 7:4520th & Osage  7:40Brookbury Ln & Aspen Ave
 7:55Central Middle School Bus Lane  7:45Wayside Elementary
 8:00DROP OFF AT BHS FRESHMAN ACADEMY  8:00DROP OFF AT BHS FRESHMAN ACADEMY
 12:00 p.m.TAKE SUMMER SCHOOL BACK  12:00 p.m.TAKE SUMMER SCHOOL BACK
 3:30 p.m.TAKE SUMMER CAMPS BACK  3:30 p.m.TAKE SUMMER CAMPS BACK

For more information:
Mr. Eliot Smith
BHS Assistant Principal, Freshmen
918-336-3311 x1168
smithed@bps-ok.org



Ignite Senior Leadership Conference


Ignite 2018

High School Fundamentals Offered for Incoming Freshman

Current 8th  graders who will be attending Bartlesville Freshman Academy in the fall of 2018 can enroll in the BHS High School Fundamentals course to be held July 23-27, 2018, from 8:00am to 3:30pm.

Registration will be accepted through June 29, 2018. Download the registration form and mail or deliver with $10 registration fee to the Freshman Academy.

This course provides a foundation in skills for successful organization, communication and general tools students will need to be successful in high school.

Transportation provided; see the bus schedule posted above for summer school.

This course is free of charge thanks to the financial support of Bartlesville Education Promise. However, there is a $10 registration fee.

Breakfast and lunch will be served daily at BHS.

For more information, please contact:
Mr. Eliot Smith
BHS Assistant Principal, Freshmen
918-336-4544
High School Fundamentals Brochure

BHS named a top school in Oklahoma

posted May 16, 2018, 3:33 PM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 16, 2018, 4:15 PM ]

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In the most recent ranking of top high schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, Bartlesville High School was ranked third in the northeast area of the state, behind only two magnet schools.

The school was ranked 13th statewide, the highest rank of any school outside of the two major metropolitan areas. The top 20 high schools in Oklahoma were:

  1. Harding Charter Preparatory High School (Oklahoma City charter school)
  2. Dove Science Academy OKC (Oklahoma City charter school)
  3. Classen High School of Advanced Studies (Oklahoma City magnet school)
  4. Booker T. Washington High School (Tulsa magnet school)
  5. Harding Fine Arts Academy (Oklahoma City charter school)
  6. Edmond North High School (Edmond public school)
  7. Thomas Edison Preparatory High School (Tulsa magnet school)
  8. Memorial High School (Edmond public school)
  9. Norman High School (Norman public school)
  10. Santa Fe High School (Edmond public school)
  11. Southeast High School (Oklahoma City magnet school)
  12. Deer Creek High School (Edmond public school)
  13. Bartlesville High School (Bartlesville public school)
  14. Westmoore High School (Moore public school)
  15. Dove Science Academy Tulsa (Tulsa charter school)
  16. Bixby High School (Bixby public school)
  17. Carl Albert High School (Midwest City public school)
  18. Pauls Valley High School (Pauls Valley public school)
  19. Stillwater High School (Stillwater public school)
  20. Yukon High School (Yukon public school)

Demographics of the Regular Public High Schools in the Top 20 in Oklahoma

It is interesting to compare the demographic characteristics of the regular public schools in the top 20, omitting the charter and magnet schools which serve more select populations.


Rank in State

School

Total Enrollment

Student-Teacher Ratio

Total Minority Enrollment

Total Economically Disadvantaged

6

Edmond North

2,644

23:1

26%

18%

8

Memorial HS (Edmond)

2,155

21:1

31%

24%

9

Norman HS

2,001

19:1

41%

49%

10

Santa Fe HS (Edmond)

2,220

18:1

50%

27%

12

Deer Creek HS (Edmond)

1,457

21:1

25%

7%

13

Bartlesville HS

1,762

18:1

38%

40%

14

Westmoore HS

(Moore)

2,298

20:1

55%

37%

16

Bixby HS

1,707

20:1

26%

19%

17

Carl Albert HS (Midwest City)

1,074

17:1

45%

39%

18

Pauls Valley HS

353

16:1

51%

52%

19

Stillwater HS

1,142

19:1

30%

37%

20

Yukon HS

2,506

19:1

24%

37%



Performance of the Regular Public High Schools in the Top 20 in Oklahoma

It is also interesting to note the performance characteristics of the regular public schools in the top 20, omitting the charter and magnet schools which serve more select populations.


Rank in State

School

Graduation Rate

College Readiness Index

AP Tested

AP Passed

Math Proficiency

Reading Proficiency

6

Edmond North

95%

48.1

62%

69%

89%

91%

8

Memorial HS (Edmond)

91%

42.6

51%

79%

91%

88%

9

Norman HS

80%

38.3

57%

57%

83%

77%

10

Santa Fe HS (Edmond)

94%

34.7

44%

73%

88%

88%

12

Deer Creek HS (Edmond)

>95%

30.7

41%

66%

85%

88%

13

Bartlesville HS

84%

25.1

32%

73%

82%

87%

14

Westmoore HS

(Moore)

84%

24.2

33%

64%

85%

86%

16

Bixby HS

88%

23.1

32%

64%

88%

87%

17

Carl Albert HS (Midwest City)

95%

23.1

40%

44%

87%

88%

18

Pauls Valley HS

84%

21.9

41%

37%

90%

83%

19

Stillwater HS

89%

21.1

26%

77%

88%

88%

20

Yukon HS

91%

20.2

31%

53%

85%

87%

 

BHS Students of the Month for April & May 2018

posted May 12, 2018, 11:31 AM by Tina Steele   [ updated May 12, 2018, 11:32 AM ]

Bartleville High School is proud to recognize the final group of outstanding students for the 2017-2018 school year. Receiving the honor of Students of the Month for April, 2018 include:

FreshmanSamantha Simmons & Trystan Vysotsky
SophomoresMorgan Johnson & Kamden Bryan
JuniorsJulia Fodor & Caleb Eiden
SeniorsMarisol Aranda & Alex Magana

Principals' Choice for the month of April are Paige Sauer and Kyle Stone.

Students of the Month for May, 2018 include:

FreshmanBryce Goodin & Savannah Kuehn
SophomoresSerena Jeffers & William Shiflet
JuniorsEmilee Miller & Logan Demaray
SeniorsRilee Rigdon & Gary Hoover

Freshman, Samantha Simmons & Trystan Vysotsky, April Students of the Month
Freshman, Samantha Simmons & Trystan Vysotsky, Students of the Month for April 2018

Sophomores, Morgan Johnson & Kamden Bryan, Students of the Month for April, 2018
Sophomores, Morgan Johnson & Kamden Bryan, Students of the Month for April, 2018

Juniors, Julia Fodor & Caleb Eiden, Students of the Month for April 2018
Juniors, Julia Fodor & Caleb Eiden, Students of the Month for April 2018

Seniors, Marisol Aranda & Alex Magana, Students of the Month for April 2018
Seniors, Marisol Aranda & Alex Magana, Students of the Month for April 2018

Principals' Choice, Kyle Stone & Paige Sauer, Students of the Month for April 2018
Principals' Choice, Kyle Stone & Paige Sauer, Students of the Month for April 2018

Freshman, Bryce Goodin & Savannah Kuehn, Students of the Month for May 2018
Freshman, Bryce Goodin & Savannah Kuehn, Students of the Month for May 2018

Sophomores, Serena Jeffers & William Shiflet, Students of the Month for May 2018
Sophomores, William Shiflet & 
Serena Jeffers, 
Students of the Month for May 2018

Juniors, Emilee Miller & Logan Demaray, Students of the Month for May 2018
Juniors, Emilee Miller & Logan Demaray, Students of the Month for May 2018

Seniors, Rilee Rigdon & Gary Hoover, Students of the Month for May 2018
Seniors, Rilee Rigdon & Gary Hoover, Students of the Month for May 2018

Pre-AP & AP Summer 2018 Reading Assignments

posted May 11, 2018, 1:57 PM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 11, 2018, 1:57 PM ]

See the attachments below for the summer reading assignments for:
Summer Reading

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