Posted Date: 02/02/2024
"Designing Innovative Opportunities for Student Success"
As we quickly approach the end of our 2nd trimester, I wanted to take a moment to address a crucial aspect of your academic journey: completing your school work while managing stress and procrastination.
It is essential to strike a balance between enjoying the changing seasons and staying on top of your academic responsibilities.
Procrastination can often lead to unnecessary stress, affecting your overall well-being and academic performance. Therefore, I encourage each one of you to stay focused and committed to your studies during these final weeks of the trimester. Here are some tips to help you stay on track:
Create a Schedule: Plan your study time, assignments, and deadlines wisely. A well-structured schedule will help you allocate time for both work and relaxation.
Break Tasks into Smaller Steps: Divide your assignments into manageable tasks to avoid feeling overwhelmed. Tackling one step at a time can make the workload seem less daunting.
Use Study Techniques: Explore effective study techniques that work best for you, such as summarization, active recall, or group study sessions.
Stay Organized: Keep track of your assignments, due dates, and class materials. Organizational tools like calendars and to-do lists can be immensely helpful.
Seek Support: Don't hesitate to reach out to your teachers, counselors, or peers if you encounter challenges or have questions about your coursework. See information below on FREE tutoring at CEI for all High School students.
Remember, your education is a valuable investment in your future, and your efforts today will pay off in the long run.
We believe in your potential and are here to support you every step of the way. Let's finish this trimester strong.
Monday, February 19th - Presidents Day
Advanced Opportunity Night
Monday, February 26th 7pm
Monday, February 26th - Friday, March 1st
(See flyer below for open hours)
FAFSA (FOR SENIORS)
Complete by March 1, 2024
Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest
Entries Due March 1, 2024
Idaho is a national leader in dual credit with a number of institutions that have achieved accreditation standards granted by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (nacep.org). Their mission is to advance quality college classes for high school students. This award ensures that the instructors, curriculum, and student assessments meet college standards.
CEI - Free tutoring information link here: https://cei.edu/tutoring-center
Idaho Launch Registration to close in February (FOR SENIORS) and FASA completion due March 1st!!
Please review the information in your Senior Newsletter
We are excited for every student to “Embrace the Climb” at BOHS. Feel the enthusiasm as you reach the summit of your high school career.
Every senior will have their name put on an “Embrace the Climb” whiteboard at the BOHS building. Let us know when you decide your “next step” after high school and we will fill it out on the board. We will then have a celebration with you, the BOHS staff, and your family. Watch for your name to be highlighted in our newsletter each month as you accomplish your goal. Please fill out the Senior Survey form to help us gather the information.
Hope Squad meets every Tuesday from 9:30am-10:30am
Join with us!!
FYI - Students, if you need to schedule a time to meet with your teacher please go to the website www.d93online.com under for students, click on - Full-Time Teacher Office Hours.
Here you will view each teacher scheduled in the office for that day and what time.
On our first ever industry tour at BOHS, we learned about wide variety of careers available right here in Idaho Falls.
Our first stop was at College of Eastern Idaho. The training programs they offer included legal, medical assisting, nursing, surgical assisting, energy systems, welding, diesel and auto mechanics.
That visit worked up an appetite, so it was off to Chick fil'a for lunch.
At the Sheriff’s office and learned about a variety of careers there. IT, search and rescue, the dive team, corrections, and law enforcement.
We then went to the Hydroelectric plant. They learned about lineman, and we got to see the casing for the turbine.
We finished up by going to Vogue Beauty College. They have cosmetology, aesthetician, nail tech, and barber programs.
Of course we had lunch at Chick fil a!
Please call the office and speak with Tanda Owens about how you can check out books.
Stop in and let them know how much you appreciate what they do.
Contact the counseling office for class schedules and assistance for college and career planning 208-525-4466
College and Career Counselor
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Corey Telford, Principal
Nancy Jackson, Assistant Principal
Misty Jackson, Secretary