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    An Impending storm is expected to deliver significant snowfall. Boardman local schools will cancel in-person learning for Tuesday, Dec. 1 and switch to all remote learning district wide for the day.

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BHS seniors and administrators with rakes ready to work
CLASS OF 2021
COMMUNITY DAY
girls soccer team donates money to fight cancer picture on the field
Pink Ribbon Game
football players entering the field
trombone player during practice outside
Marching Band in Parking lot practicing
Girls tennis team on newly resurfaced court
Girls Tennis
Homecoming Court on the field with their escorts
Homecoming Court
Class of '21
woman's choral group singing for holiday concert on BPAC stage
Five High School Choral Groups
2020 Best Community for Music Education
high school orchestra violins on BPAC stage
2020 Best Community
for Music Education
School Board, Principal Fernback, Superintendent Saxton, Officer Poulos, Asst. Principal Bott on field at Commencement
SPARTAN PROUD
OF BHS CLASS OF 2020
Students with camera equipment and boom mic on football field
BSTN Student Productions
Using chalk markers to write out lab equations and cell makeup
Science Rocks!

Spartan Message

Dear BHS Families,                                                    

Welcome to the start of the 2020-21 school year!    It will be different,  but I believe if we all truly work together, it will be a year of learning 

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News & Announcements

BHS ANNOUNCEMENTS 11/30/2020   Monday Announcements

BOARDMAN HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MONDAY, 11/30/2020  

BHS First Community Day Success! BHS seniors raking leaves along Glenwood Ave.

Dozens of  seniors from Boardman High School  participated in the school's first Community Day on November 19.  

The students raked leaves and tidied up neighborhoods near the High School.  It began at the Bridge of Hope Church and students worked along Glenwood Avenue and Salinas Trail.

Senior Noah Holdridge is "Commended" National Merit Scholar Noah Holdridge

Boardman senior Noah Holdridge has received recognition as a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program.  Noah is among approximately 34,000 commended students nationwide who scored in the top 3% of all students who took the 2019 PSAT/NMSQT qualifying test.  

Learn From Home Wednesdays: Instructions for All Students Expectations graphic

Learn at Home Wednesdays begin in November, and include Nov. 4, 11 & 18, Dec. 2,9,&16, Jan. 6 & 13. 

The expectations for students, teachers and guidance counselors

 CAN BE FOUND IN THIS LEARN FROM HOME INSTRUCTION SHEET

Quick Look at Learn At Home Wednesdays put this on your calendar graphic

Beginning in November,  both remote and in-person learners will learn from home on Wednesdays.  The Dates affected for the Second 9-weeks are:

NOVEMBER 4, 11, & 18

DECEMBER 2, 9, & 16

JANUARY 6 & 13

Congratulations West Blvd. Elementary: Two-Time National Blue Ribbon School!! National Blue Ribbon School 2020 Emblem

West Boulevard Elementary School is honored to be named  a National Blue Ribbon School 2020.  U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos this afternoon (Sept. 24) recognized West as one of only 367 schools in the country to earn the prestigious honor, and one of the very few in the nation to have won the award twice.