The Badin Blast

Brian March 19 newsletter.pdf

We are still having daily difficulties with the Early Leave Policy. Please see below the procedure you are to use for having your student leave during the school day:

  • Send in a hand written note with your student before homeroom in the morning
  • Student will receive a pass to be dismissed from class at the time of dismissal
  • Student will sign themselves out and either meet parent at the car or drive themselves to the appointment

NO EMAILS will be permitted for Early Leave's

No school for students on Monday, March 11! Professional Development Day for Faculty.

Badin hosts an All Sport Strength and Speed Camp on Sundays at 5pm in PFAC. Open to boys and girls currently in 6th, 7th and 8th grade. Cost is $10 per session.

Boys Football Strength and Speed Camp. Sundays at 6pm and Tuesdays at 7pm in PFAC. Open to current 6th, 7th and 8th grade boys. Cost is $10 per session.

No camps March 31 or April 2nd.

The merit-based scholarship program is now open! Emails were sent to all students this morning notifying them of available scholarships, criteria and deadlines.

All scholarship applications can be found at this link:

Please encourage students to apply. The deadline is April 12.

Please let me know if you have any questions.


Kelli Verdin Kurtz '88

Executive Director of Institutional Advancement

Office: 513-863-3993, ext. 116

Anyone willing or wishing to donate blood can email to schedule an appointment. The Blood Drive is Wednesday, April 17th, appointments begin at 8:30 and we have openings every ten minutes until 12:20. The blood drive is held in the PFAC.

Kroger rewards flyer.pdf


Picture Day for Spring Sports will be Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Schedule will follow. You will order pictures through an online link through Ryan Meyer Photography. No more filling out forms and sending in money which is great! The only form that will need to be filled out is the senior banner, yard sign and statue form. I will send this out separately to senior parents only.

Here is the link you will use to order spring athletic pictures:

On photo day your student/athlete will be given a form with a number specific to their photos, all you will do is enter that number on the screen and you can order from there!

Also, remember if you have any questions or problems with your photos please contact me directly by email at

Thanks and GO RAMS!!

OCT 18--Campaign for Badin's next 50 years.pdf
Oct 18.pdf

We need parent volunteers to help with Grandparents Day on Wednesday, March 27th! It's a great day to witness your children with their Grandparents.

You can email Patti Gray at if you are available to help. The time frame for volunteering is 7:45 am - 11:00 am.

Thank you!

Parents of 2019 Seniors,

It's that time of year again! The yearbook staff is looking for pictures of your seniors as toddlers to put next to their senior pictures in the yearbook. Pictures can be sent both digitally and as physical copies.

If you are emailing your pictures, please send them to Rikki Bell at If you are sending them in with your student, please put them in an envelope and Ms. Bell will scan them and return them to your student.

Also, if you are interested in purchasing a yearbook ad for your senior, please email Rikki Bell at The current prices for ads are $100 for a 1/2 page, $75 for a 1/4 page and $50 for a 1/8 page ad. These are the perfect opportunity to celebrate your senior after they graduate! The process is as follows: You can either send in what image(s) you'd like and we can scan them, or you can send them as a digital file. We also need what you'd like the ad to say, including who it's from, along with a check or cash made out to Badin with attention to Ms. Bell. We cannot bill to FACTS for current seniors in the second semester. Ms. Bell will send you a proof and we will go from there.

If there are any questions, please let me know!

Thank you for all of your support!

Rikki Bell

Come learn about Scouts BSA Troop 1930 for girls! Tuesday nights at Kramer Elementary in Oxford, 7-8pm. Special information and welcome session March 12.

Reach your potential, then climb right past it!

For the first time in history, boys and girls have the opportunity to join Scouts BSA, the iconic program of the Boy Scouts of America, and can begin working toward earning Scouting's highest honor, the rank of Eagle Scout.

Character development, personal fitness, citizenship, and leadership are just a few of the things you will learn as a member of Scouts BSA. We also know a thing or two about adventure and will help you find your limits, then push right past them!

Curious to learn more? Come learn what Scouts BSA is all about.

Questions? Contact Jered Wasburn-Moses,

Cafeteria News Aug Nwsltr.pdf
class week 2019.pdf
SJCS 9th Annual 5k Jog N Jam Signs.pdf
2019 registration form.pdf