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    SPIRIT DRESS UP DAYS: Mon-Fri September 22-26
    EVERYONE is encouraged to participate in our themed dress-up days.  
    Click on the following for details on dress up days:  Homecoming Spirit Events  
    TAILGATING: Friday, September 26
    Before the football game from 5-7PM, join us for a community Tailgating event.  Bring the entire family and enjoy food trucks, four bouncies, and tons of carnival style games for all ages.  $5 will earn a wristband for unlimited rides on all bouncies or tickets for each ride individually can be purchased for $1.  Be advised that food trucks and shaved iced are a separate price, though a portion of all proceeds comes back to BC.  
    During halftime at our football game, the winners from each grade will be announced and crowned.
    HOMECOMING DANCE: Saturday, September 27
    The dance is in our main gym Saturday, Sept 27 from 7-10PM.  Tickets are $15 presale purchased at The Spot before school and during lunches.  They may be purchased at the door for $20.  The attire is semi-formal (no shorts or jeans).  

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  • College Costs 9-1-1: Get Real or Go Broke!
    Free Workshop For Parents Of
    Boulder Creek High School Students
    Tuesday, Oct 7th -- 7 pm to 8:15 pm

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  • McD's  




    ANTHEM, Arizona – Sept. 1, 2014 – Anthem schools are “lovin’ it!”

                     Anthem McDonald’s restaurant, located at 3623 W. Anthem Way, is hosting the third annual McTeacher’s Night Challenge fundraising event in September for 5 local elementary schools.

                    The top elementary school that raises the most money will each receive an additional $1,000 donation from Anthem McDonald’s owner Gordon Schrage. The event dates and participating schools include:

    Sept. 3 – Canyon Springs

    Sept. 18 - Anthem

    Sept. 24 – Diamond Canyon

    Sept. 25 – North Valley Christian Academy

    Sept. 30  – Gavilan Peak

    As part of each McTeacher’s Night fundraiser, a portion of McDonald’s sales during 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. will benefit each school. Each school’s principal and teachers will greet McDonald’s customers, serve food and sell cookies.  Families of students and local school supporters are encouraged to visit McDonald’s and tip their teachers to help raise funds.

    “I’m delighted to work with our local schools to raise money for education,” said Gordon Schrage, Anthem McDonald’s owner. “I take great pride as a local business owner in giving back to our community.”

    About McDonald's of Arizona
    The 305 McDonald's restaurants in the state of Arizona annually feed $283.6 million into the Arizona economy and employ 12,770 people.

    About McDonald's

    McDonald’s USA, LLC, is the leading foodservice provider in the United States serving a variety of wholesome foods made from quality ingredients to more than 27 million customers every day. Nearly 90 percent of McDonald’s 14,000 U.S. restaurants are independently owned and operated by local business men and women. Customers can now log online for free at any of the 11,500 participating Wi-Fi enabled McDonald’s U.S. restaurants. For more information, visit www. mcdonalds.com, or follow us on Twitter (@McDonalds) and (@McCafeYourDay) and Facebook (Facebook.com/McDonalds) for updates on our business, promotions and products.

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  • September is Healthy Breakfast Awareness Month here at BCHS!
    We challenge our students to read the Healthy Breakfast Fast Facts
    and watch the PowerPoint presentation! 
    Make better BREAKFAST choices to make your day BRILLIANT!
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  • 10th Annual Veterans Parade
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  • Tutoring
    Struggling with your class?
    Starting September 2nd, find help by attending the free tutoring in the following areas: Language Arts and Math.
    Location: Room 514
    When: Every Tuesdays and Thursdays
    Time: 2:15 - 3:15 pm.

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  • Need Help Finding Scholarship opportunities?  Please spend some time exploring the District Scholarship website at http://www.dvusd.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=14817

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  •  AIMS Tutoring

    We would like to encourage our students that did not pass one or more portions of the AIMS Assessments to take advantage of our AIMS tutoring services that will be provided this fall. These services will be at no charge to the students and their families. If you would like to take advantage of this free tutoring opportunity, please complete the Certificate of Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring Availability Sheet (see links Below)
    The forms are due by September 26th and should be submitted to Mrs. Hilary Roush in the Administration Building.

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  • CEB

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  • Dual Enrollment Students
    To register Go to www.riosalado.edu/dual/enroll. This site guides you through the following easy steps for registration. If you have any questions, call the Rio Dual Office at 480-517-8080.

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  The Jaguar Pride received a rating of Superior with Distinction at NAU Band Day this past Saturday. We were the only band at this competition that earned this rating! A rating of Superior can be compared to an 'Exceeding' score on the AIMS test. A Superior with Distinction means that we 'Exceeded' in all six adjudicated areas (Music-2 judges, Visual, General Effect, Colorguard, and Percussion). Because of the band's recent success, we are the #2 ranked band in Division 1. Divisions are decided by total number of band members that perform. This is our first year in Division 1 and we are the smallest band in the division - 97 members. Our division includes bands that are 154 members (SDOHS) all he way to 190+ (Corona del Sol high school). The Jaguar Pride can hold their own!
Out of 130 Altos, we have first and second chair Alto in the All-State Jazz Choir.
First Chair, Daphne Seitz (senior) scored 99/100 points.
Second Chair, Alexis Morse (senior) scored 98/100 points. 
In the Jazz Clinic choir we had one student place:
Fifth Chair, Peyton Wayne (Junior).

Out of 142 Sopranos that tried out for the All-State Jazz Choir, we have the first chair soprano.
First Chair, Taylor Ellsworth (Junior) scored 290/300 points.
Tenth Chair, Jackie Juarez (Senior).
2nd Alternate, Peyton Wayne (Junior)
5th Alternate,  Julia Davis (Junior)
5th Chair, Daphne Sietz (Senior)
8th Chair, Sonia Tomaso (Junior)
11th Chair, Sam Kunselman (Sophmore)
12th Chair, Andrew Tortorella (Senior)
First Alternate Tenor, Ryan Gorman (Senior)
Fourth Alternate Bass, Tanner Johnson (Senior)

We had the second most amount of students in the show choir, and we had 2 kids make the All-State Jazz choir. There was not a school that had more than 2 in that choir. I am so glad we are able to represent Boulder Creek with these numbers. It is a reflection of the school and the talent it possesses.   

 Civic Engagement  

The Arizona Department of Education has once again recognized Boulder Creek High School as an Arizona Civic Engagement School!  The Arizona’s Excellence in Civic Engagement program recognizes and support schools in their efforts of ensuring we have an educated and engaged citizenry.

For more information on the  Excellence in Civic Engagement Program, please go to http://www.azed.gov/civicengagement/.




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