Badin Blast

Welcome to our new format for the Parent & Student newsletter!

This 'blog' type newsletter will be sent twice a month to keep you informed on what is happening at Badin. You can find all editions of The Blast on the Badin website under Parents. Check it out! Please look for and click on the pages (listed at the top) for all of the latest news.

“Thankfulness is the beginning of gratitude. Gratitude is the completion of thankfulness. Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts.” —Henri Frederic Amiel

Dear Parents and Students,

We want to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. As a Catholic school, we focus on the importance of the holiday season – giving thanks for all the blessings God has bestowed on each of us and most importantly, God’s ultimate gift of his only Son. The birth of Jesus should always be at the center of our thoughts as we celebrate the holidays. May your family enjoy a Blessed Christmas season. We thank you for sharing the gift of your children with us.

God Bless,

Brian Pendergest


Copy of Semester Exam Schedule December 2017.docx
Father Daughter.pdf


SAVE THE DATES!

Copy of Copy of 2018 Mom Prom for parent newsletter.docx

LAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR SENIOR HEAD SHOT TAKEN FOR THE YEARBOOK!

JANUARY 3RD (Wednesday)

1 PM - 4 PM

LOCATION: BADIN HIGH SCHOOL

(If this is not convenient for you then you can make arrangements to go to Darrell’s studio)


DRESS CODE REQUIREMENTS:

MALE STUDENTS- DRESS SHIRT, TIE, SUIT COAT

FEMALE STUDENTS- SHOULDER’S COVERED

(questions-see Mr. Murrell or send him an email at: dmurrell@badinhs.org)


Queen of Peace Drawdown Jan 27, 2018

2018 QP Drawdown Flyer.docx

attendance@BadinHS.org to report absences of any type for any day

SCHOOL CLOSINGS OR DELAYS

Information on late starts or closings can be seen on local TV stations, Badin Facebook and Twitter accounts. Parents and students are also notified by email whenever possible. If an emergency of any kind should occur at school, we will notify parents by e-mail and/or text, local radio stations and television stations.

When a school district is on delay due to inclement weather and Badin is not on a delay, students residing in that district will not be marked tardy if arriving late.