Congratulations, student leaders!

A group of student leaders, accompanied by Mr. Lindley and Ms. Mellor participated this week in the AASG conference.

Students debated, ran for office, gave speeches, checked out the state legislature, spent some time exploring a glacier, and were all-in-all pretty amazing. Continue reading

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Congratulations, Wrestlers!

Hayden Lieb and Thomas Dyment travelled to Virginia Beach, VA to compete in the 2017 National High School Coaches Association National Tournament.  This tournament showcases most of the top high school wrestlers from around the country in an all class system – Freshman wrestle Freshman, Sophomores all together and so on.  The top 8 in each weight class earn All-American honors. Continue reading

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State Basketball and Cheer Results

This weekend the BRHS Boys and Girls Basketball and Cheer participated in the 3A State Basketball Tournament and Cheer Competition. Continue reading

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2017 State Archery Tournament Results

The Bethel Schools Archery Team competed against 26 teams and 533 archers this past week to determine State Champion and National Qualifiers. Below are the individual and team results from the tournament. For all results please go to:

http://nasptournaments.org/TournamentDetail.aspx?tid=1894

Coach Johnson and Coach Wheeler would like to thank all of the parents and fans whom helped us out throughout the year. We would also like to give a special thanks to Amy Johnson, Rachel DeHaan and Skip Rice for their constant dedication to Bethel Archery.

The kids traveling to Kentucky will be determined later next week. Continue reading

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JA in a Day, May 2, 2017

Junior high students will have the opportunity to participate in JA in a Day, a day long event that gives students the chance to build their own individual brand, a resume, explore possible career opportunities, and learn soft skills necessary in the workforce. There is no cost to students!

BRHS is looking for volunteers from the community to present in each classroom. Parents, grandparents, business owners and professionals are all welcome! The Junior Achievement program will provide everything you need to present. If you are interested, contact Nili Sundown at nili.sundown@wellsfargo.com or (907) 545-1601.

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