Berean Christian Bulletin
September 17 - September 21, 2018
14 May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart
be pleasing in your sight,
Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.
Psalm 19:14 (NIV)
Monday – White Bell, 3:00 dismissal
Tuesday – White Bell, 3:00 dismissal
Wednesday – Blue BLOCK, 2:20 dismissal
Thursday – Gold BLOCK, 3:00 dismissal
Friday – Yellow Bell (Pep Rally), 3:00 dismissal
Happening This Week… BCHS SPIRIT WEEK!
- Monday – Old / New
- Tuesday - Summer / Winter
- Wednesday – Nerd / Jock
- Thursday - Biker / Surfer
- Friday - Blue / Gold
9/18 – Sr. Portrait Make-Ups
9/21 – Pep Rally 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM @ BCHS Gym
9/21 – BCHS Homecoming Game
BCHS vs. Concord High, hosted at Northgate High School
Kick-off @ 7:00 PM
We are excited to invite you to our first Homecoming pre-game tailgate, Friday, 5-7pm at Northgate parking lot, hosted by our BCHS Parent Group! Come meet up with friends, make new ones, and get your gold and blue spirit ready for the football game. We will be selling pulled pork and tri-tip sandwiches and we will have many activities available to get our crowd ready for the football game. There will be a special area assigned for current Berean Christian students for the tailgate and the game! Join us for this fun time and let’s together cheer on our Eagles! If you have any questions, please contact our BCHS Parent Group at email@example.com.
9/22 – BCHS Homecoming Banquet @ BCHS Gym
5:45 PM Check-in
Event time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
9/24 – Make up Photo Day
9/26 – “See You at the Pole”, BCHS Gym Flagpole @ 7:45 AM
9/27 & 9/28 – NO SCHOOL; BCHS Staff @ ACSI Conference in Roseville, CA
Student of the Month
We are pleased to announce Berean’s Student of the Month for September, 2018 is Michael Williams. Michael is a Senior and serves on Student Government as our Spiritual Emphasis Leader. In that role he was an instrumental part of planning our annual All-School Retreat to unify our student body and highlight our theme for the year, Fix Your Eyes. As a Student-Athlete he has excelled in several sports at Berean, but Basketball is his sweet spot. With all his involvements in school and church and sports, he has also maintained a 4.0 UGPA throughout high school. Beyond these achievements, however, Michael is known on campus for his love for the Lord and his encouraging and positive demeanor. He sets an example to both staff and students alike of living a life marked by loving God and loving others. Congratulations, Michael!