Yearbooks are available for pickup from 7-3:30 in room 101. We have extras for sale for $75.
Girls Hockey: There will be a mandatory player/parent meeting for any BHS girls interested in playing hockey next year on Wednesday, May 25 at 7:00 pm in the LHS auditorium. This will be an opportunity to meet the new head coach of the Legacy High School/Bismarck High School Girls Hockey team and to learn about summer ice opportunities.
Any boys or girls interested in running XC next fall, there will be a short meeting on Tuesday, May 24 at 3:30 in room B38
All girls interested in participating in girls wrestling next year – there will be a brief sign up meeting Monday after either 7th or 8th periods in the commons area.
Elevator Keys – If you need your key past today, see Charlotte. In the admin office. Otherwise, please turn in your elevator keys
Sports physicals completed after April 15th are valid for the 2022-23 seasons. If you are not in a spring sport, now would be a great time to get it out of the way! Sophomores, if you have turned 16, don’t forget you will need your second meningococcal vaccine prior to next fall! If you are getting a sports physical, make sure to ask for it!
Freshman, Sophomores & Juniors: ~ Students are permitted to keep their Chromebook & charger this summer. If you choose to turn them in, please go to the library.
ATTENTION JUNIORS, CLASS OF 2023!
You will be receiving an email with information regarding your mandatory senior meeting to be scheduled with your assigned counselor. We are excited for the opportunity to offer these meetings this summer. We highly encourage a parent to attend but it is not required.
You must check you BPS apps email for instructions on how to schedule your meeting. Be advised that if you are attending summer school you must schedule your meeting after your class. Please see your counselor if you have any questions.
First Annual BHS BASH – TONIGHT from 7pm – 10pm
Cost is $5, first 250 students to buy tickets get a free shirt!
Who can come
All BHS students & staff
Students (grade 9 -12) from other schools if they are accompanied by a BHS student and filled out the guest form (same form used at dances)
What will be going on
Food trucks – additional cost
Temporary tattoos – additional cost
Bingo – prizes will be awarded
Cornhole tournament – winners will get prizes
Watermelon eating contest
Big Prizes given out all night
It’s a wonderful way to end the year.
Seniors – It’s always exciting to say “thank you” to your teachers that have helped you grow during these past 12 years but please remember that you can’t visit teachers during their school hours (example: Wachter teachers or once you graduate and you come back for the holidays.)
Please make sure that your bills are paid up!! If you have a negative balance for lunch or owe any book bills/parking tickets they have to be paid up by May 25th or you will not be walking at graduation. If you have questions on if you owe anything, please see Charlotte in the Administration office.
Graduating seniors and students leaving the district will lose access to all Google services using their @bspapps.org email address; this includes Docs, Sites, Calendar, YouTube, Gmail and other services tied to their @bpsapps.org email address. For instructions on how to download or transfer your data, please go to the library.
Senior Lunch Balances – If you have money in your lunch account you can cash out. Please see Charlotte in the Administration office
Seniors – Diplomas and final transcripts
Diplomas and final transcripts can be picked up after June 6th. Any diplomas not picked up by August 1st will be mailed to your home address that we have on file. If you’ve moved or will move, please see Cassie Bauer in the administration office.
Graduation Line Up will be posted outside the administration office. There is an East side and a West side line up. If you are concerned with the pronunciation of your name, please let the announcer know
West side – See Mrs. Berg in Student Services
East side – See Mr. Johnson in Attendance office
It’s a GREAT WEEK TO BE A DEMON!!!
Summer School Hours
Summer School Date:
Session 1: May 31- June 15
Session 2: June 15 - July 1
Science - Classes will run from 7:30-1:30 daily, with some days extending. The science teacher will communicate their extended hours
Honors & Awards
Tribute to Achievements
BHS acknowledges honors and awards that our staff and students achieve during the year. We try very hard to catch every achievement. If your student receives honors or an award this year, please call (701-323-4800 ext. 6006) or email Cassie Bauer email@example.com with the information. This will help assure that we don’t miss anyone. Honors and Awards are also highlighted in the yearbook.
My Payments Plus will be open to make purchases on parking permits, planners, lunch fees, activity fees, fine art fees, etc. starting on Monday, August 9, 2021. Please login or register at www.mypaymentsplus.com.
BHS Demon Den
School store (The Demon Den) hours are:
Demon Den Hours: Period 1 - Period 7 (8:20-2:30)
To visit, please check in at the office and you'll be directed to the store location.
The Demon Den has received a lot of new inventory including sweatshirts, hats and t-shirts as well as youth t-shirts. They are ready to help you with your Christmas shopping!
School Picture Day
BISMARCK HIGH SCHOOL Event Code: FE38721 Also Needed: Lunch id
The Bismarck Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) has established a BPS Family Assistance Fund. Those that wish to donate may do so through the foundation website or by mail. To donate online, go to https://www.bpsfoundation.com/donations/bps-faf/. To donate by mail, send checks to the BPS Foundation at 806 N. Washington St., Bismarck, ND 58501 and write “BPS-FAF” in the memo line. Families seeking assistance are encouraged to reach out to their counselor or social worker who will connect them to established community resources as well as submit requests for funding needs that cannot be met within existing resources. The BPSF thanks those who have already reached out to volunteer and/or provide monetary donations to help those within our community who are struggling.