Late Buses- April 4-June 1
The late buses allow students to stay after for study tables and prepare for final exams.Study tables will be held on all academies from 3:30 - 5:00pm. Students will receive dinner at 4:45, then load buses and depart from the high school parking lot at 5:00 pm. In order for students to ride the late bus, they must stay with a teacher, obtain a late bus pass, and be supervised from 3:30-5:00.
Giant Marketplace- May 24th
The next food distribution is Tuesday, May 24th.
Final Exam Schedule- May 27th- June 2nd
Final exams will be given over four days. Parents are encouraged to assist their student with preparation for final exams. view final schedule here
Chromebook Collection- May 31st
On Tuesday, May 31st, ALL Chromebooks will be collected during Impact period.
Three items will be necessary to complete this collection: the chromebook, the cover and the charger.
Please be certain to have all three items with you in Impact period on May 31. Items not returned will be billed to your parent/guardian.
Bookstore Open Daily
Check out the awesome spirit wear as well as snacks in the bookstore. Students may also purchase basic school supplies.
- Progress Reports
- Report Card Distribution
- Parent Newsletter
School Safety - To promote student and staff safety, a Safe Schools Hotline has been established at 988-7722 where school safety tip or information may be left anonymously. Please feel free to leave a message at this number or contact BDHS directly at 988-7000.
SchoolMessenger Quick Tip--An option for parents, students, and community members to make anonymous reports about pressing issues such as bullying or a threat to student safety.
Clay creations in 3D Art
April You Make A Difference
Photo of the Week
If you would like your photo to be considered for photo of the week, please send it along with a caption to the Web Design Team. Please include Photo of the Week as your subject in the email.
Submitted by: Web Design Team
Quote of the Week
An unexamined life is not worth living. -Socrates
Fact of the Week
The Earth spins at 1,000 mph but it travels through space at an incredible 67,000 mph