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BCHS Principal's Communication- updated 10.15.21

October 15, 2021

Good evening, Jags!  

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held virtually for BCHS on Thursday, October 21st from 12pm until 6:30pm.  This is a wonderful opportunity for parents, students and teachers to come together through Zoom to review student progress, learning goals, and opportunities for growth.  This communication and partnership is critical for supporting student success.  To organize this virtual event, we ask you to sign up for appointments starting on Monday, October 18th for your students’ teachers through our “Sign Up Genius” link that will appear under the Parent/Teacher Conference heading on our homepage at Zoom links will be emailed for each appointment when you sign up through the site. Please note that link to sign up will be live on Monday, October 18th.   

Our motto from All Things EQ this week is "Your self-talk determines your experience."  This is a great time of year to take time to reflect on our progress, whether we are students, parents, or educators, to determine our next steps for reaching our longer term goals.  Collaborating through conferences and opening a line of dialogue is a great place to start to help build a student’s positive self-talk as they take on new goals for achievement.  Also, having your student participate in parent-teacher conferences allows your student to have a role in their goal-setting and in the creation of action steps to be a part of the solution.  This is an incredible life skill. 

I do hope you participate in our Parent-Teacher Conferences.  And I also hope to see you next Friday, October 22nd as we celebrate our Homecoming with our student parade in the morning and then at night for our Homecoming Carnival and Football game vs. Sandra Day O’Connor! Parents are welcome to view the parade off of Gavilan Peak at 8:40am.  It's such a great time to be a Jaguar!

Have a wonderful evening and weekend and thank you for being a part of the BCHS community!


Warm regards,

Brittany Sutton, Principal