Morning Announcements

Tuesday, April 16

  • Please wish Ben Hampson luck at this year’s State 3D CAD competition. Ben placed 1st at the regional competition at Waubonsee Community College and is heading down to ISU this weekend to compete for the state title. Ben is a returning state champion and is looking forward to defending his title. Good luck Ben!
  • Looking for summer activities? Consider volunteering as a camp counselor for individuals with special needs at Special Camps. QR codes for applications are posted around the school. For inquiries, feel free to reach out to Mrs. McEwen via email.
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will have a pediatrician speak about her career today after school in D204. Come learn about this career! Everyone is welcome!
  • Interested in joining the BHS Dance Team? Email Coach Marks at ryanne.marks@bps101.net for a tryout packet. Packets are due tomorrow, Wednesday, at Open Gym from 5:30-7:30. Tryouts will be held this Saturday at 9am in the Main Gym.

Monday, April 15

  • Congrats on an amazing finish to the Batavia HS Winterguard at the Winterguard International World Championship in Dayton, Ohio this past weekend. At their first ever Championships, the Winterguard made semi-finals after scoring a 85 with their prelims performance. Congrats on a great season!
  • Today is the last day to register for our college panel that will take place on Wednesday. Colorado State, Valparaiso, Western Illinois, University of Arizona, Missouri University of Science and Technology, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Missouri State, Central College, University of Wisconsin -Eau Claire & American Academy of Art College.
  • Looking for summer activities? Consider volunteering as a camp counselor for individuals with special needs at Special Camps. QR codes for applications are posted around the school. For inquiries, feel free to reach out to Mrs. McEwen via email.
  • Eco Club Meets today after school in room C-109. We will finish constructing our Insect Hotels. New members are welcome! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • SNHS will have their April meeting today after school and tomorrow, Tuesday, before school. Please stay after Monday’s meeting to make slime!
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will have a pediatrician speak about her career on Tuesday, 4/16 after school in D204. Come learn about this career! Everyone is welcome!

Friday, April 12

  • Student Council is taking cake pop orders again today during lunch. Stop by the table in the atrium to place an order for you or a friend. Cake pops will be delivered to classes on Monday. Bring $2 to order and choose from a selection of different cake pops today!
  • Today is the last day to buy prom tickets!!  All guest passes must be summitted by noon today. It will be a night to remember filled with glitz, glamor, dancing to your favorite artists, exquisite cuisine and a legendary after party at Funway! There you and your friends will have exclusive access to all games and activities as well as be entered to win hundreds of prizes including tvs, xboxes, lollapalooza tickets and more! Scan the pink flyers around school or check the BHS website to purchase! Hurry before they sell out!
  • Eco Club Meets this Monday after school in room C-109. We will finish constructing our Insect Hotels. New members are welcome! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will have a pediatrician speak about her career on Tuesday, 4/16 after school in D204. Come learn about this career! Everyone is welcome!

Thursday, April 11

  • Student Council is taking cake pop orders this week during lunch. Stop by the table in the atrium to place an order for you or a friend. Cake pops will be delivered to classes on Monday. Bring $2 to order and choose from a selection of different cake pops today!

 

  • Tomorrow is the last day to buy prom tickets!! It will be a night to remember filled with glitz, glamor, dancing to your favorite artists, exquisite cuisine and a legendary after party at Funway! There you and your friends will have exclusive access to all games and activities as well as be entered to win hundreds of prizes including tvs, xboxes, Lollapalooza tickets and more! Scan the pink flyers around school or check the BHS website to purchase! Hurry before they sell out!
  • Join us for Esports Club, today after school in room B103 right after school.
  • Eco Club Meets this Monday after school in room C-109. We will finish constructing our Insect Hotels. New members are welcome! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Next week on April 17th is our last college panel of the semester. Register by Monday in order to attend! We will host Colorado State, Valparaiso, Western Illinois, University of Arizona, Missouri University of Science and Technology, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Missouri State, Central College, University of Wisconsin -Eau Claire & American Academy of Art College.
  • Hey class of 2024! It’s that time of year again where National Honor Society is making a map and posters to illustrate where everyone plans to go next year! You should have received an email from Mrs. Burns with the link to the form. Please complete this no later than Friday, May 3 so you can be included in the map! If you have questions, please email Mrs. Burns at pamela.burns@bps101.net.
  • Tomorrow – Friday April 12th – is Day of NO Silence – a national movement to bring attention to ways schools and communities can be more inclusive for LGBTQIA+ people. Before school, Pride Alliance will be in the atrium with stickers, buttons, and face painting. Stop by to help support this important cause. At the end of the school day, we will be meeting again in the atrium to break the silence – for any who have taken a vow of silence for the day, and/or to show overall support for this cause. See Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions!

Tuesday, April 9

  • Get FREE tickets to BHS Spring Play The Monster: A Frankenstein Tale today during all lunches! Find us in the atrium to get tickets to this thrilling tale about love, death, and obsession. The shows are April 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. See you there!
  • Student Council is taking cake pop orders this week during lunch. Stop by the table in the atrium to place an order for you or a friend. Cake pops will be delivered to classes on Monday. Bring $2 to order and choose from a selection of different cake pops today!
  • Don’t forget to buy your Prom ticket!!!  This Friday is the last day to buy tickets!  NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Hey class of 2024! It’s that time of year again where National Honor Society is making a map and posters to illustrate where everyone plans to go next year! You should have received an email from Mrs. Burns with the link to the form. Please complete this no later than Friday, May 3 so you can be included in the map! If you have questions, please email Mrs. Burns at pamela.burns@bps101.net.
  • Join us for Esports Club, Thursday, April 11th, in room B103 right after school.
  • Juniors: Tomorrow is the SAT.  Please see your email for details.  ALL juniors must take this SCHOOL TESTING DAY SAT in order to graduate and receive a high school diploma.  Charge your Chrombooks tonight and don’t be late.

 

Monday, April 8

  • Juniors: This Wednesday, April 10th, you will be taking the SAT.  Please check your email for your testing room assignments and other details.  ALL juniors must take this SCHOOL TESTING DAY SAT in order to graduate and receive a high school diploma.  If you have any questions, email Mr. Dietz.
  • Student Council is taking cake pop orders this week during lunch. Stop by the table in the atrium to place an order for you or a friend. Cake pops will be delivered to classes on Monday. Bring $2 to order and choose from a selection of different cake pops today!
  • Get FREE tickets to BHS Spring Play, The Monster: A Frankenstein Tale, today during all lunches! Find us in the atrium to get tickets to this thrilling tale about love, death, and obsession. The shows are April 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. See you there!.
  • Congratulations to the Geometry and Pre-Calculus teams who represented Batavia High School at the ICTM State Math Team Competition on Saturday at Illinois State University. Special shoutout to Kadin Johnson who placed 7th in the 3AA Pre-Calculus competition.
  • Congratulations to the Batavia Winterguard on their 4th place finish in the SA National Division at the Midwest Color Guard Regional Championships this past weekend. This week the teams goes to Dayton, OH to participate in Winterguard International World Championships for the first time in school history! Go Guard!
  • Interested in trying out for the Dance Team? Open Gyms start today to learn and practice skills. Open Gyms will be on Monday and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 in the main gym. Tryout will be held Saturday April 20th from 9am-5pm. Please email Coach Marks (ryanne.marks@bps101.net) or Check out their instagram @bataviadanceteam and @bataviajvdance for more information.
  • Eco Club Meets today after school in room C-109. Join us as we build an Insect Hotel for our Eco Courtyard! New Members are always welcome! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • It’s not too late to join cheer for next school year! Grab a tryout packet in the athletic office and join us for clinics tonight 5-7pm in the field house. Tryouts are on April 11th.
  • Join us for Esports Club, Thursday, April 11th, in room B103 right after school.
  • Ed Rising will meet today in C221 from 2:40-3:30. New members always welcome.
  • Hey class of 2024! It’s that time of year again where National Honor Society is making a map and posters to illustrate where everyone plans to go next year! You should have received an email from Mrs. Burns with the link to the form. Please complete this no later than Friday, May 3 so you can be included in the map! If you have questions, please email Mrs. Burns at pamela.burns@bps101.net.
  • Don’t forget to buy your Prom ticket.  This Friday is the last day to buy tickets!! NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

Friday, April 5

  • JUNIOR: Next Wednesday, April 10th, you will be taking the SAT.  Please check your email for your testing room assignments and other details.  ALL juniors must take this SCHOOL TESTING DAY SAT in order to graduate and receive a high school diploma.  If you have any questions, email Mr. Dietz.
  • Prom tickets are on sale now! Don’t forget to purchase your tickets a Night in the Stars and dance the night away! Tickets are $120 thru today. Tickets will be $130 beginning tomorrow, April 6th. Sales end April 12th. Get them while you can! Your Prom Experience will include: a Prom T-Shirt, Reception Hour, Chef Prepared Meal, entertainment including a roaming magician and music brought to you by Chicago’s own DJ Dre. Following prom is the legendary Post-Prom party at Funway BHS has exclusive access to all games and activities.
  • Interested in trying out for cheerleading for the 2024-2025 school year? Stop by the athletic office or Coach Behrens room to pick up a tryout packet. Clinics start next week and will be from 5-7 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the field house. Tryouts are on April 11th after school! Email nikki.behrens@bps101.net or DM us on Instagram @BataviaCheerTeam with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors- All google forms emailed from Mrs. Fiegel (Baby Pictures, Superlatives and Senior quotes) are due this Friday, April 5th! Please do these fun senior activities if you have not done so already before the deadline this Friday, April 5th!
  • Interested in trying out for the Dance Team? Open Gyms start Monday, April 8th to learn and practice skills. Open Gyms will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 in the main gym. Tryout will be held Saturday April 20th from 9am-5pm. Please email Coach Marks (ryanne.marks@bps101.net) or Check out their instagram @bataviadanceteam and @bataviajvdance for more information.
  • Eco Club Meets this Monday after school in room C-109. Join us at we build an Insect Hotel for our Eco Courtyard! New Members are always welcome! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Student Council will be delivering cake pops on Monday April 15th. There will be a table at all lunches next week where students can pre order a cake pop to be delivered to them or a friend to celebrate the start of spring. Bring $2 and choose from a selection of different cake pops!

Thursday, April 4

  • Prom tickets are on sale now! Don’t forget to purchase your tickets a Night in the Stars and dance the night away! Tickets are $120 thru this Friday April 5th. Tickets will be $130 beginning April 6th. Sales end April 12th. Get them while you can! Your Prom Experience will include: a Prom T-Shirt, Reception Hour, Chef Prepared Meal, entertainment including a roaming magician and music brought to you by Chicago’s own DJ Dre. Following prom is the legendary Post-Prom party at Funway BHS has exclusive access to all games and activities plus a chance to win prizes valued over hundreds of dollars including tickets to Lollapalooza, Chicago Cubs games, Air Pods, Outdoor Movie Projector, XBox, Smart TVs, mini fridges and more!
  • Interested in trying out for cheerleading for the 2024-2025 school year? Stop by the athletic office or Coach Behrens room to pick up a tryout packet. Clinics start next week and will be from 5-7 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the field house. Tryouts are on April 11th after school! Email nikki.behrens@bps101.net or DM us on Instagram @BataviaCheerTeam with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors- All google forms emailed from Mrs. Fiegel (Baby Pictures, Superlatives and Senior quotes) are due this Friday, April 5th! Please do these fun senior activities if you have not done so already before the deadline this Friday, April 5th!
  • There will be no graphics club today! See you next week!
  • Interested in trying out for the Dance Team? Open Gyms start Monday, April 8th to learn and practice skills. Open Gyms will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 in the main gym. Tryout will be held Saturday April 20th from 9am-5pm. Please email Coach Marks (ryanne.marks@bps101.net) or Check out their instagram @bataviadanceteam and @bataviajvdance for more information.

Wednesday, April 3

  • Prom tickets are on sale now! Don’t forget to purchase your tickets a Night in the Stars and dance the night away! Tickets are $120 thru this Friday April 5th. Tickets will be $130 beginning April 6th. Sales end April 12th. Get them while you can! Your Prom Experience will include: a Prom T-Shirt, Reception Hour, Chef Prepared Meal, entertainment including a roaming magician and music brought to you by Chicago’s own DJ Dre. Following prom is the legendary Post-Prom party at Funway BHS has exclusive access to all games and activities plus a chance to win prizes valued over hundreds of dollars including tickets to Lollapalooza, Chicago Cubs games, Air Pods, Outdoor Movie Projector, XBox, Smart TVs, mini fridges and more!
  • Interested in trying out for cheerleading for the 2024-2025 school year? Stop by the athletic office or Coach Behrens room to pick up a tryout packet. Clinics start next week and will be from 5-7 on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the field house. Tryouts are on April 11th after school! Email nikki.behrens@bps101.net or DM us on Instagram @BataviaCheerTeam with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors- All google forms emailed from Mrs. Fiegel (Baby Pictures, Superlatives and Senior quotes) the deadline for them is this Friday April 5th! Please do these fun senior activities if you have not done so already!
  • International Club will meet today after school in room C101 to plan our April event. Hope to see you there!
  • Anime Club Meets TODAY after school in room C-109. New Members are ALWAYS Welcome!

Tuesday, April 2

  • Today is the last day to register for our college panel we are hosting tomorrow! We will host North Central College, Illinois State, Xavier University, Northern Arizona, Northern Michigan, Marquette, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Northern Illinois, St. Ambrose & Arizona State University.

Friday, March 22

  • Did you buy your prom tickets yet? Check your email!! Don’t forget to purchase them before the deadline of April 12th. Spaces Limited!
  • Today is the last day for the egg hunt in the LRC. Come during passing periods or after school to see if you can find an egg. Prizes include candy, books, and free hot drinks.
  • This Women’s History Month, Girl Up is hosting a period product drive! In Illinois, 1 in 4 women struggle to purchase period products due to a lack of income. Help us solve this pressing issue by donating your unopened packages of pads, tampons, or menstrual cups! All donations will go to Hesed House.
  • We will host 20 colleges over 2 more dates in April for juniors & seniors to learn about colleges. Our next college panel is Wednesday, April 3rd. We will host North Central College, Illinois State, Xavier University, Northern Arizona, Northern Michigan, Marquette, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Northern Illinois, St. Ambrose & Arizona State University.

Thursday, March 21

  • Support Best Buddies at Portillos in Batavia tonight from 5 – 8 PM! Please mention Best Buddies if you are ordering in person, or use code Portillos 22 at checkout online! 20% of proceeds will go back to Best Buddies to help raise awareness for individuals with disabilities. See you then!
  • Prom tickets go on sale today! Check your email! GET A DISCOUNT if you purchase your ticket before April 5. Your Prom Experience will include: a Prom T-Shirt, Reception Hour, Chef Prepared Meal, entertainment including a roaming magician and music brought to you by Chicago’s own DJ Dre. Following prom is the legendary Post-Prom party at Funway, BHS has exclusive access to all games and activities plus a chance to win prizes valued over hundreds of dollars including tickets to Lollapalooza, Chicago Cubs games, Air Pods, Outdoor Movie Projector, XBox, Smart TVs, mini fridges and more!
  • Tonight at 5:30pm – Come to the Field house and support our Track teams in their Bulldog Relays meet! Some top relay teams will be looking to set new Varsity Records!
  • This Women’s History Month, Girl Up is hosting a period product drive! In Illinois, 1 in 4 women struggle to purchase period products due to a lack of income. Help us solve this pressing issue by donating your unopened packages of pads, tampons, or menstrual cups! All donations will go to Hesed House.

Tuesday, March 19

  • Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 20th is the PSAT for all freshman and sophomores.  The PSAT is digital this year; all students will be using their Chromebooks for testing. Please make sure you fully charge your Chromebook tonight and bring your charger with you tomorrow. All students need to arrive by 7:30 in the morning and go directly to their assigned classroom. Please check your email for information about your room you were assigned. 

 

  • It’s that time of year! Juniors and Seniors our “In the Stars” Prom Event Ticket sales will begin this Thursday, March 21st!
  • The library will be closed all day today. Please plan accordingly. If you need assistance, please ask a campus monitor.
  • Congratulations to our Girls Varsity & JV Track Teams on defending their Indoor DuKane Conference Titles! Come to the Field House this Thursday for Bulldog Relays — our relay teams are looking to break some more records!
  • Egg Hunt in the LRC this week – treats, free book coupons, and free drink coupons. Stop in before school, after school, or passing periods. No egg hunting will be allowed during class time. Return the egg shells to the desk. One egg per customer 🙂
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. New members are always welcome! We will be meeting today after school in D204. We will have a guest speaker who is an anesthesiologist. Come and learn about this career!
  • Support Best Buddies at Portillos in Batavia on Thursday, March 21st from 5 – 8 PM! Please mention Best Buddies if you are ordering in person, or use code Portillos 22 at checkout online! 20% of proceeds will go back to Best Buddies to help raise awareness for individuals with disabilities. See you then!

Monday, March 18

  • The library will be closed all day on Tuesday, March 19th. Please plan accordingly. If you need assistance, please ask a campus monitor.
  • Egg Hunt in the LRC this week – treats, free book coupons, and free drink coupons. Stop in before school, after school, or passing periods. No egg hunting will be allowed during class time. Return the egg shells to the desk. One egg per customer 🙂
  • Congratulations to our Girls Varsity & JV Track Teams on defending their Indoor DuKane Conference Titles! Come to the Field House this Thursday for Bulldog Relays — our relay teams are looking to break some more records!
  • Educators Rising will meet today in C221 at 2:40. We will be planning our teacher panels for after spring break. Hope you can join us.
  • Science National Honor Society will have its March meeting today after school or tomorrow Tuesday, March 19 before school. Come get your pair of Solar eclipse viewing glasses!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. New members are always welcome! We will be meeting Tuesday, 3/19 after school in D204. We will have a guest speaker who is an anesthesiologist. Come and learn about this career!
  • We will host 30 colleges over 3 more dates in March & April for juniors & seniors to learn about colleges. Our next college panel is Thursday, March 21st which will include Knox College, Texas A&M , University of St. Francis, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, DePaul , Lawrence Technological University, University of Maine, University of Dayton, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota & North Carolina State University.

Friday, March 15

  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food fast!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. New members are always welcome! We will be meeting Tuesday, 3/19 after school in D204. We will have a guest speaker who is an anesthesiologist. Come and learn about this career!
  • Science National Honor Society will have its March meeting this Monday, March 18 after school or Tuesday, March 19 before school. Come get your pair of Solar eclipse viewing glasses!

Thursday, March 14

  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food fast!
  • We will host 30 colleges over 3 more dates in March & April for juniors & seniors to learn about colleges. Our next college panel is Thursday, March 21st which will include Knox College, Texas A&M , University of St. Francis, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, DePaul , Lawrence Technological University, University of Maine, University of Dayton, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota & North Carolina State University.

 

Wednesday, March 13

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break
  • Hey Juniors! Do you have a GPA of 3.85 or higher? Do you value your character, scholarship, leadership, and service to the community? If so, you might be interested in joining National Honor Society for next year! Make sure to check your email as all juniors received an email from Mrs. Burns with information on the application process.
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food fast!
  • Anime Club meets today after school in C-109. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Tuesday, March 12

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break
  • Hey Juniors! Do you have a GPA of 3.85 or higher? Do you value your character, scholarship, leadership, and service to the community? If so, you might be interested in joining National Honor Society for next year! Make sure to check your email as all juniors received an email from Mrs. Burns with information on the application process.
  • Seniors – March is here and it is time to start thinking about graduation. If you are interested in speaking at graduation or participating as a member of the student selection panel, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 12th at 2:45 in D103. Ms. Pearlman and Dr. Smith will talk about the night of graduation and the speaker opportunities. If you are interested but cannot attend, please scan the QR code that can be found on the information flyers posted on the bulletin boards around the school. Or, you can contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net.
  • Anime Club meets tomorrow after school in C-109. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Monday, March 11

  • Congratulations to the Batavia HS Winterguard for their first place performance at the Hersey HS Competition this past Saturday. Not only did they win their class, they were the highest score of the entire competition, scoring over an 80 at the earliest point in the season in school history! Go Guard!
  • Congratulations to the Swingsingers who wrapped up their competitive season this past Saturday. They earned a spot in the finals once again and ended the night as 3rd runner up. This was Swings’ best season in years. Everyone should come check out their show when Swingsingers perform their show for the last time in the BFAC on Tuesday, March 19.
  • Eco Club meets TODAY after school in C-109. New members are welcome! Join us as we prepare for “Battle of the Brush” this Saturday.
  • The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be having an informational meeting after school today in room C206 about the upcoming spring competitive season. Email or see Mr. Marzullo in room C206 with any questions.
  • The members of Educators Rising will be baking cookies after school TODAY for the staff at Batavia High School. If you are interested in joining us, please email Mrs. Carolyn Smith for more information.
  • Seniors – March is here and it is time to start thinking about graduation. If you are interested in speaking at graduation or participating as a member of the student selection panel, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 12th at 2:45 in D103. Ms. Pearlman and Dr. Smith will talk about the night of graduation and the speaker opportunities. If you are interested but cannot attend, please scan the QR code that can be found on the information flyers posted on the bulletin boards around the school. Or, you can contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net.
  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break

Thursday, March 7

 

  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! This is the last week of free LunchAhead. Get your food, fast!
  • The members of Educators Rising will be baking cookies for teacher appreciation on Monday, March 11th. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please email Mrs. Carolyn Smith for more information.

Wednesday, March 6th

  • Today we are hosting 11 colleges in A101 at 9:45 am for juniors & seniors who registered to attend.
  • Check your email to play the BHS LRC Tournament of Books. What will be the BHS Book of the Year? Prizes will be awarded to those with the winning brackets.
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! This is the last week of free LunchAhead. Get your food, fast!
  • Tomorrow, March 7 is National Cereal Day. Stop by the LRC to get a free mini box of cereal while supplies last.
  • Get your student tickets for Rock the Runway at lunch today! Tickets are $15 for students.
  • The members of Educators Rising will be baking cookies for teacher appreciation on Monday, March 11th. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please email Mrs. Carolyn Smith for more information.
  • Seniors – March is here and it is time to start thinking about graduation. If you are interested in speaking at graduation or participating as a member of the student selection panel, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 12th at 2:45 in D103. Ms. Pearlman and Dr. Smith will talk about the night of graduation and the speaker opportunities. If you are interested but cannot attend, please scan the QR code that can be found on the information flyers posted on the bulletin boards around the school. Or, you can contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net.

Tuesday, March 5th

  • Congratulations to the Swingsingers!  BHS’s show choir had it’s best performance so far at the Chicagoland Showcase competition this past Saturday, winning 1st place in their division and special awards for Best Vocal Sound and Best Choreography. Congratulations also to this weekend’s Outstanding Performer award recipient, Eli Rodriguez.  Swings have one more competition this weekend in Wisconsin and then a performance at home. Don’t miss out on our Tuesday March 19 show at the BFAC as we close out our most successful season in years.
  • Check your email to play the BHS LRC Tournament of Books. What will be the BHS Book of the Year? Prizes will be awarded to those with the winning brackets.
  • Get your student tickets for Rock the Runway at lunch this Wednesday! Tickets are $15 for students.
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! This is the last week of free LunchAhead. Get your food, fast!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. New members are always welcome! Our next meeting will be on tomorrow, Tuesday, March 5th after school in D204. We will have a guest speaker who is a nurse anesthetist.
  • Seniors – March is here and it is time to start thinking about graduation. If you are interested in speaking at graduation or participating as a member of the student selection panel, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 12th at 2:45 in D103. Ms. Pearlman and Dr. Smith will talk about the night of graduation and the speaker opportunities. If you are interested but cannot attend, please scan the QR code that can be found on the information flyers posted on the bulletin boards around the school. Or, you can contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net.
  • The members of Educators Rising will be baking cookies for teacher appreciation on Monday, March 11th. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please email Mrs. Carolyn Smith for more information.

Monday, March 4

  • Congratulations to the Swingsingers!  BHS’s show choir had it’s best performance so far at the Chicagoland Showcase competition this past Saturday, winning 1st place in their division and special awards for Best Vocal Sound and Best Choreography. Congratulations also to this weekend’s Outstanding Performer award recipient, Eli Rodriguez.  Swings have one more competition this weekend in Wisconsin and then a performance at home. Don’t miss out on our Tuesday March 19 show at the BFAC as we close out our most successful season in years.
  • Ed Rising will meet today at 2:40 in C221. Come help us plan our next teacher appreciation event. New members are always welcome.
  • Get your student tickets for Rock the Runway at lunch this Wednesday! Tickets are $15 for students
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. New members are always welcome! Our next meeting will be on tomorrow, Tuesday, March 5th after school in D204. We will have a guest speaker who is a nurse anesthetist.
  • Seniors – March is here and it is time to start thinking about graduation. If you are interested in speaking at graduation or participating as a member of the student selection panel, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 12th at 2:45 in D103. Ms. Pearlman and Dr. Smith will talk about the night of graduation and the speaker opportunities. If you are interested but cannot attend, please scan the QR code that can be found on the information flyers posted on the bulletin boards around the school. Or, you can contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net.

Thursday, February 29

  • Do you enjoy playing video games? Join us after school today for our first meeting in room B103. Everyone is welcome!
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food, fast!
  • Attention juniors & seniors who want to learn about 4 year colleges: We will host 40 colleges over 4 days, so be sure to register for our college panels in order to attend!  

           Next week on Wednesday March 6th we will host: University of Illinois Springfield, Dominican University, Aurora University, Augustana College, Grand Canyon University, The University of Alabama, University of Northern             Iowa, University of Missouri, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Millikin University, University Of Oklahoma. 

         Register by Friday March 1st in order to attend. Registration can be found on the flyers around school and in google classroom.

Wednesday, February 28

  • Today we are hosting 10 professionals in STEM careers. We have 65 students who registered to attend. They should go to the BFAC (near the E music wing) with their belongings after 1st block ends.
  • Anime Club will Meet TODAY in room C-109. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Do you enjoy playing video games? Join us after school tomorrow for our first meeting in room B103. Everyone is welcome!
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food, fast!
  • Yearbook is looking for student pictures for the theme page of the yearbook. Please submit any photos of you and your friends that involve music in some way. This could be you at a concert of your favorite artist, you and your friends at a music festival, listening to music, hanging out with friends, etc.) As long as your pictures are school appropriate, and show you having fun and music is involved that is perfect! We want to showcase all the fun things students do as we “wrap” up the year. Check your email for directions on submitting.
  • In need of service hours and also want to make a difference in our Bulldog Community? We are currently looking for high schoolers who would like to mentor a student at our After School Mentoring Programs held at our Elementary Schools in March and April. Please contact Amy Nelson at amy.nelson@bps101.net for more information and to sign up to help today!

Tuesday, February 27

  • Congratulations to the boys swim team on finishing seventh in the state this past weekend. Ryan Fors took 17th place in both of his individual events. Ryan and Nathan Lindstrom were important parts of the 200 medley relay and the 400 free, both of which scored. Tommy Eng and Nathan both had best times in their individual events. This is the third consecutive year that the swim team finished in the top 10 in the state. Great job!
  • Congratulations to the Girls Basketball team on an outstanding season!!  29-6 overall, 2nd at Morton College Christmas Tournament, Conference Champs, Regional and Sectional Champs!!  Great job girls and coaches!!!
  • The Batavia Girls Wrestling Team finished 3rd in the State of Illinois and earned a team trophy in Bloomington this past weekend. Sydney Perry closed out her dominant Bulldog wrestling career winning her 4th state championship with a perfect high school career record of 117-0. Big congratulations to Lily Enos who also repeated as an All-State wrestler by finishing 3rd individually.
  • Tonight we are hosting a virtual college night at 6 pm for sophomores and juniors. See your email to register or email Mrs. Buttels
  • Do you enjoy playing video games? Join us after school, Thursday, February 29 for our first meeting in room B103. Everyone is welcome!
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch? Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Visit LunchAhead.com today and the rest of the week to pre order your school lunch! Get your food, fast!
  • In need of service hours and also want to make a difference in our Bulldog Community? We are currently looking for high schoolers who would like to mentor a student at our After School Mentoring Programs held at our Elementary Schools in March and April. Please contact Amy Nelson at amy.nelson@bps101.net for more information and to sign up to help today!
  • Yearbook is looking for student pictures for the theme page of the yearbook. Please submit any photos of you and your friends that involve music in some way. This could be you at a concert of your favorite artist, you and your friends at a music festival, listening to music, hanging out with friends, etc.) As long as your pictures are school appropriate, and show you having fun and music is involved that is perfect! We want to showcase all the fun things students do as we “wrap” up the year. Check your email for directions on submitting.

Monday, February 26

  • Congratulations to the Batavia Winterguard! The Winterguard performed at the WGI Chicagoland Regionals this past weekend and earned a spot in Finals after a strong prelims performance on Saturday. Our Winterguard earned 9th place in the Regional in Finals out of 26 guards. Congrats!
  • Educators Rising will meet today in C221 from 2:40-3:30. Come learn about some of the hot topics in education today. New members are always welcome.
  • In need of service hours and also want to make a difference in our Bulldog Community? We are currently looking for high schoolers who would like to mentor a student at our After School Mentoring Programs held at our Elementary Schools in March and April. Please contact Amy Nelson at amy.nelson@bps101.net for more information and to sign up to help today!
  • Do you enjoy playing video games? Join us after school this Thursday the 29th for our first meeting in room B103. Everyone is welcome!
  • Come see our improv troupe, But Seriously Folks, perform on February 29th! Students get FREE TICKETS during all lunches today! Come find us in the atrium to get tickets for a night full of laughs and fun, where everything performed is made up on the spot. See you there!
  • Yearbook is looking for student pictures for the theme page of the yearbook. Please submit any photos of you and your friends that involve music in some way. This could be you at a concert of your favorite artist, you and your friends at a music festival, listening to music, hanging out with friends, etc.) As long as your pictures are school appropriate, and show you having fun and music is involved that is perfect! We want to showcase all the fun things students do as we “wrap” up the year. Check your email for directions on submitting.

Friday, February 23

  • Congratulations to the girls basketball team on their win last night!!  Sectional Champs for the first time in school history!!  Great job girls and coaches!! 
  • Looking for more information about ROTC Scholarships, Military Academies or Military Direct Enlist? Today BHS is hosting military representatives in the atrium during 3rd block. Be sure to gather information during your lunch break!
  • In need of service hours and also want to make a difference in our Bulldog Community? We are currently looking for high schoolers who would like to mentor a student at our After School Mentoring Programs held at our Elementary Schools in March and April. Please contact Amy Nelson at amy.nelson@bps101.net for more information and to sign up to help today!

Thursday, February 22

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch. Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Scan our posters located throughout Batavia high school or visit LunchAhead.com to get your time back!
  • Attention all girls trying out for soccer this spring: There will be an informational meeting today after school in the cafeteria to pass out tryout materials.
  • There will be a mandatory meeting for all students planning to play lacrosse this season today after school in the LRC.
  • Looking for more information about ROTC Scholarships, Military Academies or Military Direct Enlist? This Friday BHS is hosting military representatives in the atrium during 3rd block. Be sure to gather information during your lunch break!

Wednesday, February 21

  • Congratulations to Batavia’s Swingsingers Show Choir! They were one of the top groups at this past weekend’s competition, earning a spot in the final round and ending up in fourth place overall. Special shout out to this weekend’s “Outstanding Performer” award recipient, Grace Elftmann!
  • The library will be closed 4th block and after school on Wednesday, February 21st. Please plan accordingly.
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch. Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Scan our posters located throughout Batavia high school or visit LunchAhead.com to get your time back!
  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break.
  • Attention all girls trying out for soccer this spring: There will be an informational meeting tomorrow, Thursday, the 22nd after school in the cafeteria to pass out tryout materials.
  • There will be a mandatory meeting for all students planning to play lacrosse this season on Thursday 2/22 after school in the LRC. If questions please email Coach Scott Williams or come to the Athletics dept.
  • We are hosting a virtual “College Night” with 4 college guests on Tuesday, February 27th at 6:00 pm. Any sophomores and juniors considering community college or 4 year colleges are encouraged to attend by registering on the flyers around school. Email Mrs. Buttels with questions.
  • This Thursday, the 22nd, we invite you to join us in B109 for an exciting Poetry Slam event. Whether you’re a budding poet or simply love to appreciate the power of words, this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of rhythm and creativity. You can choose to share your own poem or come read your favorite piece from a beloved poet. As the room fills with snaps of appreciation, you’ll experience the magic of spoken word in all its glory. So mark your calendars and get ready to be inspired by the captivating performances at the Poetry Slam!
  • Looking for more information about ROTC Scholarships, Military Academies or Military Direct Enlist? This Friday BHS is hosting military representatives in the atrium during 3rd block. Be sure to gather information during your lunch break!

Tuesday, February 20

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students.  Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break.
  • The library will be closed 4th block and after school on Wednesday, February 21st. Please plan accordingly.
  • Pride alliance will not be meeting today. Please check classroom for updates and see you next week!
  • Congratulations to the boys swim team on winning its first sectional title in program history. The boys broke three pool records. Ryan Fors and Nathan Lindstrom advance to state to swim four events while Tommy Eng will swim in one. Michael Marsh also took fourth in the 500 free. Great job, boys!
  • Congratulations to Batavia’s Swingsingers Show Choir! They were one of the top groups at this weekend’s competition, earning a spot in the final round and ending up in fourth place overall. Special shout out to this weekend’s “Outstanding Performer” award recipient, Grace Elftmann!
  • Tired of waiting in long lines for food? Are you missing out on valuable time with your friends or just want to be able to sit down and enjoy your lunch. Then your solution is LunchAhead. At LunchAhead we offer a fast and easy way to pre order your lunch saving you from losing time and missing out on a well deserved break from school. Scan our posters located throughout Batavia high school or visit LunchAhead.com to get your time back!
  • On Thursday, February 22nd, we invite you to join us in B109 for an exciting Poetry Slam event. Whether you’re a budding poet or simply love to appreciate the power of words, this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of rhythm and creativity. You can choose to share your own poem or come read your favorite piece from a beloved poet. As the room fills with snaps of appreciation, you’ll experience the magic of spoken word in all its glory. So mark your calendars and get ready to be inspired by the captivating performances at the Poetry Slam!
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will have a Nurse Practitioner as a guest speaker after school in D204. Come and learn about a career in nursing. All are welcome to attend!
  • The Science National Honor Society will have its February meeting today after school or tomorrow morning before school. Please wear your club t-shirt for our yearbook photo.
  • Attention all girls trying out for soccer this spring: There will be an informational meeting this Thursday, February 22nd after school in the cafeteria to pass out tryout materials.
  • On Thursday, February 22nd, we invite you to join us in B109 for an exciting Poetry Slam event. Whether you’re a budding poet or simply love to appreciate the power of words, this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of rhythm and creativity. You can choose to share your own poem or come read your favorite piece from a beloved poet. As the room fills with snaps of appreciation, you’ll experience the magic of spoken word in all its glory. So mark your calendars and get ready to be inspired by the captivating performances at the Poetry Slam!

Friday, February 16

  • The Science National Honor Society will have its February meeting on Tuesday the 20th, after school or Wednesday morning before school. Please wear your club t-shirt for our yearbook photo.
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will have a Nurse Practitioner as a guest speaker on Tuesday, 2/20 after school in D204. Come and learn about a career in nursing. All are welcome to attend!
  • On Thursday, February 22nd, we invite you to join us in B109 for an exciting Poetry Slam event. Whether you’re a budding poet or simply love to appreciate the power of words, this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in a world of rhythm and creativity. You can choose to share your own poem or come read your favorite piece from a beloved poet. As the room fills with snaps of appreciation, you’ll experience the magic of spoken word in all its glory. So mark your calendars and get ready to be inspired by the captivating performances at the Poetry Slam!

Thursday, February 15

  • Join Women in STEM after school today in room C214 for a fun activity and to also learn about different roles in a hospital setting including a speech language pathologist as well as a labor and delivery nurse.
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will be having a guest speaker today after school in D204. The speaker is a BHS graduate and pharmacy student. Come learn about a career in pharmacy.
  • Attention All Softball Players: There will be a mandatory softball tryout meeting for this upcoming season on Thursday, February 15, 2024, in the B102 @ 2:45. If you can’t make the meeting please contact Coach Pryor
  • We are hosting 10 professionals to talk about their careers in STEM on February 28th during 2nd block. Students who are interested in career in STEM are encouraged to attend by registering on the flyers around school.

Wednesday, February 14

  • Book Club will be selling Valentine’s Book Bundles during all lunches today for $2. The bundle includes a small romance book, a Valentine bookmark, and a bag of popcorn. A perfect gift for your favorite Valentine!
  • Oh so sweet! Come and get your Valentine’s Day treats! The Senior Student Council members will be hosting a Valentine’s Day bake sale today and tomorrow before school each day from 7-7:30 a.m. There will be plenty of homemade treats to choose from. Items will be sold in both the athletic ticket booth and outside the LRC, and only cash will be accepted. All proceeds will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry to help support local families in need.
  • Anime Club is meeting today after school in room C-109. See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information. New members are always welcome!
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will be having a guest speaker on Thursday 2/15 after school in D204. The speaker is a BHS graduate and pharmacy student. Come learn about a career in pharmacy.
  • Attention All Softball Players: There will be a mandatory softball tryout meeting for this upcoming season on Thursday, February 15, 2024, in the B102 @ 2:45. If you can’t make the meeting please contact Coach Pryor
  • Congrats to the girls basketball team. After Tuesday night’s victory over Bartlett, the girls basketball team will attempt to win its third regional championship in a row on Friday. Batavia will play Wheaton Warrenville South at 7:00pm at Bartlett High School. Come out and support the girls on Friday night!

Tuesday, February 13

  • The Batavia Chess Team had a Fantastic weekend of chess competition at the State tournament. Please congratulate them if you see them for their 32nd place finish out of 128 teams at State. This was the BEST finish in the History of Batavia.
  • Congratulations to the Swingsingers show choir at their first competition of the year at the Manteno Main Event last weekend. Special shout out to the outstanding performer award recipient, Eli Rodriguez!
  • This morning we are hosting a guest speaker to talk with students about agriculture. Students who registered will receive a pass to attend at 10:00! See Mrs. Buttels with questions.
  • Today is the last day to buy chocolate roses to be delivered to your Valentine tomorrow! Order forms can be found on bulletin boards throughout the school, in your email or during lunch in the atrium. If you have already placed your order and have not paid, please do so today or your order will be cancelled.
  • Oh so sweet! Come and get your Valentine’s Day treats! The Senior Student Council members will be hosting a Valentine’s Day bake sale this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday before school each day from 7-7:30 a.m. There will be plenty of homemade treats to choose from. Items will be sold in both the athletic ticket booth and outside the LRC, and only cash will be accepted. All proceeds will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry to help support local families in need.
  • Book Club will be selling Valentine’s Book Bundles during all lunches Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for $2. The bundle includes a small romance book, a Valentine bookmark, and a bag of popcorn. A perfect gift for your favorite Valentine!
  • Today is Mardi Gras! National French Honor Society will be having its annual party in room C107 after school. Members can come enjoy some King’s cake and fun activities.
  • Anime Club is meeting Wednesday after school in room C-109. See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information. New members are always welcome!
  • Attention All Softball Players: There will be a mandatory softball tryout meeting for this upcoming season on Thursday, February 15, 2024, in the B102 @ 2:45. If you can’t make the meeting please contact Coach Pryor
  • Come join Women in STEM this Thursday after school in C214. We have a fun activity planned and also have two speakers coming to talk to us. The first speaker is a labor and delivery nurse and the second speaker is a speech language pathologist working in a hospital!
  • Future Medical Professionals Club will be having a guest speaker on Thursday 2/15 after school in D204. The speaker is a BHS graduate and pharmacy student. Come learn about a career in pharmacy.

Monday, February 12

  • Congratulations to the Swingsingers show choir at their first competition of the year at the Manteno Main Event last weekend. Special shout out to the outstanding performer award recipient, Eli Rodriguez!
  • The Batavia Chess Team had a Fantastic weekend of chess competition at the State tournament. Please congratulate them if you see them for their 32nd place finish out of 128 teams at State. This was the BEST finish in the History of Batavia.
  • Chocolate Roses will be on sale again today! Buy someone special a rose to be delivered to their classroom on Valentines Day! Look for posters around school with the QR code or go to the Youth & Government table at lunch to place your order. Only $3! Hurry, supplies are limited.
  • Book Club will be selling Valentine’s Book Bundles during all lunches today, tomorrow and Wednesday for $2. The bundle includes a small romance book, a Valentine bookmark, and a bag of popcorn. A perfect gift for your favorite Valentine!
  • Oh so sweet! Come and get your Valentine’s Day treats! The Senior Student Council members will be hosting a Valentine’s Day bake sale this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday before school each day from 7-7:30 a.m. There will be plenty of homemade treats to choose from. Items will be sold in both the athletic ticket booth and outside the LRC, and only cash will be accepted. All proceeds will be donated to the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry to help support local families in need.
  • Eco Club will meet today after school in room C-109. We will be taking our yearbook photo – – be sure to attend!
  • Tuesday, February 13th is Mardi Gras! National French Honor Society will be having its annual party in room C107 after school. Members can come enjoy some King’s cake and fun activities.
  • Come join Women in STEM this Thursday after school in C214. We have a fun activity planned and also have two speakers coming to talk to us. The first speaker is a labor and delivery nurse and the second speaker is a speech language pathologist working in a hospital!

Friday, February 9

  • Chocolate Roses are on sale starting today! Buy someone special a rose to be delivered to their classroom on Valentines Day! Look for posters around school with the QR code or go to the Youth & Government table at lunch to place your order. Only $3! Hurry, supplies are limited.
  • Eco Club will meet on Monday after school in room C-109. We will be taking our yearbook photo – – be sure to attend!
  • Tonight is senior night for the boys basketball team and cheer.  Come out tonight and support them.  The theme is jerseys and senior festivities start at 6pm.

Thursday, February 8

  • BHS CAD (computer aided design) Team WON the Crosstown CAD Cup against Geneva! Students traveled to Geneva High School yesterday to compete in two areas of focus: 3D Modeling and 3D Assembly. Please congratulate the following students and wish them luck as they prepare for the Regional Competition on March 22: Ellie Hensley, Rachel Agro, Erika Meiring, Ben Hampson, Meghan Mitchell, Fiona Beck, Will Hampson, Aidan Rupp and Logan Sibrava.
  • Chocolate Roses are on sale starting today! Buy someone special a rose to be delivered to their classroom on Valentines Day! Look for posters around school with the QR code or go to the Youth & Government table at lunch to place your order. Only $3! Hurry, supplies are limited.

Wednesday, February 7

  • REGISTER TO VOTE TODAY IN THE ATRIUM DURING LUNCH! If you are 18 yrs old now or turning 18 by November 5th you are eligible. Use your vote to choose the next President of the United States!
  • Math Team will meet today after school in C221 from 2:40-3:30. The ICTM Regional Competition is on Saturday, February 24th. If you are an honors math student and up for the challenge please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith
  • International Club will meet today in room C101 after school. We will be planning our February event. All are welcome!
  • Do you love learning languages? Did you take French last semester or are you currently enrolled in French? You should consider taking the National French exam! Students at all levels can take the exam. YES, even if you are in level ONE! The cost is $6. The exam takes less than one hour. Why take the exam? Be competitive and see how your language skills measure up to other students in the US. Also, you can earn awards that look great on your resumé! Don’t delay! The deadline to register is Friday, February 9th.

Tuesday, February 6

  • Congrats to the Varsity Dance Team who competed at Nationals this past weekend! They made it to semi-finals and placed 13th for their self choreographed Pom routine. Great way to end your season ladies!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We are meeting today after school in D204. New members are always welcome!
  • Math Team will meet on Wednesday, February 7th in C221 from 2:40-3:30. The ICTM Regional Competition is on Saturday, February 24th. If you are an honors math student and up for the challenge please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith
  • International Club will meet Wednesday, February 7th in room C101 after school. We will be planning our February event. All are welcome!
  • Do you love learning languages? Did you take French last semester or are you currently enrolled in French? You should consider taking the National French exam! Students at all levels can take the exam. YES, even if you are in level ONE! The cost is $6. The exam takes less than one hour. Why take the exam? Be competitive and see how your language skills measure up to other students in the US. Also, you can earn awards that look great on your resumé! Don’t delay! The deadline to register is Friday, February 9th.

Monday, February 5

  • Congrats to Brooke Carlson! After last Thursday’s 21 point performance, Brooke is now the All Time Leading Scorer in BHS history. Congrats Brooke!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We are meeting on Tuesday, February 6 after school in D204. New members are always welcome!
  • Congratulations Boys Swimming for winning the Up State 8 swimming conference.
  • Do you love learning languages? Did you take French last semester or are you currently enrolled in French? You should consider taking the National French exam! Students at all levels can take the exam. YES, even if you are in level ONE! The cost is $6. The exam takes less than one hour. Why take the exam? Be competitive and see how your language skills measure up to other students in the US. Also, you can earn awards that look great on your resumé! Don’t delay! The deadline to register is Friday, February 9th.
  • Educators Rising will meet today in C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are interested in pursuing a career in education, please come learn about our upcoming events. Everyone is welcome!!
  • Math Team will meet on Wednesday February 7th in C221 from 2:40-3:30. The ICTM Regional Competition is on Saturday, February 24th. If you are an honors math student and up for the challenge please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith

 

Friday, February 2

  • We are hosting a number of events this semester to help students explore careers and colleges. We will host 13 career guest speakers in agriculture, STEM and FBI agents. See google classroom or the bulletin boards around school to register.
  • Congrats to the following BHS Gymnasts for qualifying for the IHSA sectional. Delia Fulton in All-around, vault and Floor, Marisa Serpico on floor, Win Ten on Beam and floor, Lizzy Johnson on vault, and Frannie Gosselin on Beam. Good Luck Monday at Sectionals!
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We are meeting on Tuesday, February 6 after school in D204. New members are always welcome!

Thursday, February 1

  • Any girl interested in trying out for golf next year please come see Coach Kauffmann in C210 before or after school by Friday.
  • Future Creative Professionals – check Classroom for more information about our upcoming event on Monday Feb. 5th! We will be visiting Hearth and Hammer in Batavia for a tour and workshop. Ms. T needs your RSVP. Reach out to her with any questions.
  • Over the weekend, the Batavia competed in the first ever IHSA Girls Wrestling Regional. The Bulldogs placed 3rd in a 45 team field and advanced 7 individuals to next weekend’s IHSA Sectional Tournament. Congratulations to Sophomores Lily Enos, Natalie Lenart, Anabelle Guthke and Norah Stoodley, Junior Sarah Anderson and Seniors Amelia Howell and Sydney Perry who was also Batavia’s first ever IHSA Girls Wrestling Regional Champion. Good luck to the girls at Sectionals next week!
  • The Black Student Union has 2 exciting events coming up in celebration of Black History Month! This Thursday there will be an Open House after school in A101for students to learn about BSU. Games and Food are included! All are welcome!  The second event will be next week on Thursday, Feb 8th. The Black Panther movie will be shown for FREE at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. Scan the QR code found on posters around the building to sign up. Families are welcome and concessions will be sold.

Wednesday, January 31

  • Auditions for the BHS Spring Play Frankenstein are on February 1st! Pick up a contract, other papers, and sign up for a time slot on the board outside the choir room. We will also have an informational meeting on January 30th after school in the Black Box. Anyone interested in auditioning should attend. Anyone can audition! See you there!
  • Any girl interested in trying out for golf next year please come see Coach Kauffmann in C210 before or after school by Friday.
  • The Black Student Union has 2 exciting events coming up in celebration of Black History Month! This Thursday there will be an Open House after school in A101for students to learn about BSU. Games and Food are included! All are welcome! The second event will be next week on Thursday, Feb 8th. The Black Panther movie will be shown for FREE at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. Scan the QR code found on posters around the building to sign up. Families are welcome and concessions will be sold.
  • Future Creative Professionals – check Classroom for more information about our upcoming event on Monday Feb. 5th! We will be visiting Hearth and Hammer in Batavia for a tour and workshop. Ms. T needs your RSVP. Reach out to her with any questions.

Tuesday, January 30

  • Join Amnesty International for the NINTH annual write for rights event today after school in C123! Write for rights allows you the opportunity to advocate for the immediate release of prisoners of conscience throughout the globe. Write a letter, save a life! Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.
  • Auditions for the BHS Spring Play Frankenstein are this Thursday, February 1st! Pick up a contract, other papers, and sign up for a time slot on the board outside the choir room. We will also have an informational meeting on January 30th after school in the Black Box. Anyone interested in auditioning should attend. Anyone can audition! See you there!
  • The results are in for the class penny wars. Congratulations to the Seniors who came in first place with 747 points.
  • The Varsity Dance Team made it to state this past weekend! The team placed 16th in the state with their self-cheoreographed dance. Congrats dancers! Next stop Nationals this weekend.
  • Any girl interested in trying out for golf next year please come see Coach Kauffmann in C210 before or after school by Friday.
  • The Black Student Union has 2 exciting events coming up in celebration of Black History Month! This Thursday there will be an Open House after school in A101for students to learn about BSU. Games and Food are included! All are welcome! The second event will be next week on Thursday, Feb 8th. The Black Panther movie will be shown for FREE at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. Scan the QR code found on posters around the building to sign up. Families are welcome and concessions will be sold.

Monday, January 29

  • Eco Club will meet today after school in room C-109. Bring house plants anytime this week to propagate for our Plant Sale. See Mrs. Faulhaber with questions.
  • Join Amnesty International for the NINTH annual write for rights event tomorrow, Tuesday the 30th after school in C123! Write for rights allows you the opportunity to advocate for the immediate release of prisoners of conscience throughout the globe. Write a letter, save a life! Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.
  • Auditions for the BHS Spring Play Frankenstein are on February 1st! Pick up a contract, other papers, and sign up for a time slot on the board outside the choir room. We will also have an informational meeting on January 30th after school in the Black Box. Anyone interested in auditioning should attend. Anyone can audition! See you there!
  • Key Club is hosting a blood drive tomorrow in the middle gym.  If you are interested in donating blood, please check your email.  A sign up link and requirements were sent by marnie.heim@bps101.net

Friday, January 26

  • Congratulations to Brooke Carlson! On Wednesday, January 24th vs. Wheaton North, Brooke surpassed 2,000 career points. Brooke is only the 2nd person in school history to reach that mark.
  • Great job to our girls gymnastics teams at conference! shoutout to varsity girls Delia Fulton and Marisa Serpico for their high scores, as well as Lizzy Johnson, Anna Steele, and Frannie Gosselin for placing on JV! Good luck at regionals next week!
  • The United Nations General Assembly designated January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau—as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time to remember the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and the millions of other victims of Nazi persecution.  As we are witnessing an alarming rise of antisemitism around the globe, it is more important than ever for us to recognize the critical lessons of Holocaust history as we commemorate the victims and honor the survivors.  Stop by the LRC today for a free book about the topic.
  • Thank you to all who submitted entries for the DuKane Literary Festival. The list of the selected entries is posted in the LRC window. Check your email as well.
  • Eco Club will meet on Monday 1/29. Join us after school in room C-109. Bring house plants anytime this week to propagate for our Plant Sale. See Mrs. Faulhaber with questions.
  • Join Amnesty International for the NINTH annual write for rights event on Tuesday the 30th after school in C123! Write for rights allows you the opportunity to advocate for the immediate release of prisoners of conscience throughout the globe. Write a letter, save a life! Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.

Thursday, January 25

  • During lunch there will be a table collecting change for student council Penny Wars. Each grade will be competing to see who collects the most points by the end of the week. Each penny is 1 point and each dollar bill is 100 points for your class. But watch out! If another grade puts a silver coin into a class jar it counts as negative points based on its value. Stop by the table at lunch all this week to make sure your class is the winner!
  • Eco Club will meet on Monday 1/29. Join us after school in room C-109. Bring house plants anytime this week to propagate for our Plant Sale. See Mrs. Faulhaber with questions.
  • Thank you to all who submitted entries for the DuKane Literary Festival. The list of the selected entries is posted in the LRC window. Check your email as well.
  • Congratulations to Brooke Carlson! On Wednesday, January 24th vs. Wheaton North, Brooke surpassed 2,000 career points. Brooke is only the 2nd person in school history to reach that mark.
  • Congratulations to our Batavia Girls Wrestling Team who won the first-ever Dukane Girls Wrestling Conference Tournament Championship this past weekend.  Batavia was led by 8 individual Conference champions: Lily Enos, Kenzie Harried, Amelia Howell, Norah Stoodley, Sydney Perry, Sarah Anderson, Emma Abbate, Caoime (Keeva) Mitchell; Finalists: Kat Brooks, Natalie Lenart & Anabelle Guthke AND 3rd Place Medalists: Lilah Jones & Feyi Afolarin. The Bulldogs’ State ranked squad travels to Shepard HS this weekend for the IHSA Regional and 3-time State Champion Sydney Perry will begin her final state series to capture an unprecedented 4th individual State Championship. Good luck, girls.

Wednesday, January 24

  • This week during lunch there will be a table collecting change for student council Penny Wars. Each grade will be competing to see who collects the most points by the end of the week. Each penny is 1 point and each dollar bill is 100 points for your class. But watch out! If another grade puts a silver coin into a class jar it counts as negative points based on its value. Stop by the table at lunch all this week to make sure your class is the winner!
  • Anime Club meets this today after school in room C-109.  New members are always welcome – – contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • If you are interested in fishing, there is still time to join the Bass Fishing Club. We will meet in A133 and then will go to the cafeteria to work on our casting. Bring a rod and reel and a 1/2 ounce jig.
  • The LRC is closed today for testing. Students who are testing please look at your blue testing pass for the block in which you need to report to the LRC.

Monday, January 22

  • The members of Educators Rising are excited to announce that Mrs. Jirsa, an English teacher at BHS, will be speaking TODAY in room C221 from 2:40-3:30. Please come listen as she shares about her experience as the North Suburban Regional Teacher of the Year, member of the district’s Equity Committee, IEA’s Human and Civil Rights Committee, and a facilitator for the NEA’s Leaders for Just School Cohort. All students are welcome.
  • Congratulations to the boys swim team on winning the Buffalo Grove Invite and taking second in the Woodstock North Invite. The boys broke two team records and five pool records over the weekend. Great job!
  • This week during lunch there will be a table collecting change for student council Penny Wars. Each grade will be competing to see who collects the most points by the end of the week. Each penny is 1 point and each dollar bill is 100 points for your class. But watch out! If another grade puts a silver coin into a class jar it counts as negative points based on its value. Stop by the table at lunch all this week to make sure your class is the winner!
  • 2024 Cross-Town CAD CUP! Who’s interested in competing against Geneva in the cross-town CAD(computer-aided design cup)? This year’s CAD Cup will be held on Feb. 07 at Geneva H.S using Fusion360. If you are interested in competing, please see Mr. Lindstrom on Wednesday, January 24 before or after school in D114.
  • Get FREE tickets to BHS Winter Play Kodachrome today during all lunches! The shows are on January 25th, 26th, and 27th. Come visit us in the atrium today to get your tickets to this beautiful play about love, nostalgia, the seasons, and how we learn to say goodbye.

Friday

  • The members of Educators Rising are excited to announce that Mrs. Jirsa, an English teacher at BHS, will be our next guest speaker. Mrs. Jirsa was named the North Suburban Regional Teacher of the Year by the Illinois State Board of Education in 2023. Mrs. Jirsa is a member of the district’s Equity Committee, the Illinois Education Association’s Human and Civil Rights Committee, and a facilitator for the NEA’s Leaders for Just School Cohort. Please join us on Monday, January 22nd in C221 from 2:40-3:30. All students are welcome.
  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break
  • 2024 Cross-Town CAD CUP! Who’s interested in competing against Geneva in the cross-town CAD(computer-aided design cup)? This year’s CAD Cup will be held on Feb. 07 at Geneva H.S using Fusion360. If you are interested in competing, please see Mr. Lindstrom on Wednesday January 24 before or after school in D114.
  • State mandated ACCESS testing begins next week on Monday the 22nd. Blue ACCESS passes will be distributed during first block each day of testing. For those students who are required to test, when you receive your pass please look at the testing location and testing time as the assessment schedule is different from last year.

Thursday, January 18

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break
  • Great job to our girls gymnastics team last night against Wheaton Co-op! Shoutout to Bella Moran and Sophia Brummel for being our highest all-around scorers. Make sure to come support them this Friday against Kaneland at Turners Gymnastics in Aurora.
  • The members of Educators Rising are excited to announce that Mrs. Jirsa, an English teacher at BHS, will be our next guest speaker. Mrs. Jirsa was named the North Suburban Regional Teacher of the Year by the Illinois State Board of Education in 2023. Mrs. Jirsa is a member of the district’s Equity Committee, the Illinois Education Association’s Human and Civil Rights Committee, and a facilitator for the NEA’s Leaders for Just School Cohort. Please join us on Monday, January 22nd in C221 from 2:40-3:30. All students are welcome.

Thursday, January 11

  • All athletes interested in Track & Field — there will be a Pre-season Info Meeting after school next Tuesday the 16th in the Cafeteria at 2:35pm. Email Coach Allison or Coach Piron with questions.
  • If you are interested in playing on the boys tennis team this spring, please attend the info meeting on Thursday, January 18 from 7:30-8:00 in the cafeteria. The meeting is for all new and returning players.
  • Top Dog is this Saturday! You don’t want to miss this exciting event. It is a student talent and variety show and takes place in the BFAC. Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7pm. Cost is $7 to get in – this is a fundraiser and all money goes to the Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation. It’s a great organization – so come out Saturday night and let’s raise some money!

Tuesday, January 10

All athletes interested in Track & Field — there will be a Pre-season Info Meeting after school next Tuesday the 16th in the Cafeteria at 2:35pm. Email Coach Allison or Coach Piron with questions.

Thursday, December 21

  • Join Women in STEM today after school for our guest speaker to talk about their career in engineering and our fun filled activity of constructing a bridge!
  • Stop by the ticket booth for some tasty holiday treats courtesy of Amnesty International every morning this week!
  • Just a reminder: today is Yearbook Clubs holiday party in room D110. We will be having pizza and snacks and taking our club picture!
  • Today will be the last day to retrieve any lost items from Main Street Reception. All items not claimed will be donated or thrown away today.

Wednesday, December 20

  • Visit the BHS Art Mart this week for some holiday shopping! We will be set up in the atrium during lunch again today! All products are made at school with student artwork. Proceeds go towards a scholarship for students pursuing a creative profession!
  • Stop by the ticket booth for some tasty holiday treats courtesy of Amnesty International every morning this week!
  • Anime Club will be meeting today after school in room C-109. We have some yummy treats to SHARE- – – see you THERE!!! New members are always welcome – see Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Attention All Softball Players – If you are not participating in a winter sport, there will be a preseason informational meeting today after school in B102 @ 2:45. If you can’t make the meeting, please contact Coach Pryor.
  • Join Women in STEM club this Thursday. We will have a guest speaker join us to talk about their career in the engineering field and we will start our own engineering feat with constructing a bridge out of toothpicks and marshmallows.
  • Today will be the last day to retrieve any lost items from Main Street Reception.  All items not claimed will be donated or thrown away Thursday. 

Tuesday, December 19

  • Visit the BHS Art Mart this week for some holiday shopping! We will be set up in the atrium during lunches today and Wednesday this week! All products are made at school with student artwork. Proceeds go towards a scholarship for students pursuing a creative profession!
  • Join Women in STEM club this Thursday. We will have a guest speaker join us to talk about their career in the engineering field and we will start our own engineering feat with constructing a bridge out of toothpicks and marshmallows.
  • Just a reminder that there will be No Pride Cafe this week! See you after break!
  • Attention All Softball Players.  If you are not participating in a winter sport, there will be a preseason informational meeting on Wed, Dec 20, 2023, in B102 @ 2:45. If you can’t make the meeting, please contact Coach Pryor.
  • Stop by the ticket booth for some tasty holiday treats courtesy of Amnesty International every morning this week!
  • Attention All Eco Club Members: TODAY is our Holiday Party after school in C-109. Join us for snacks, games and celebrating our achievements!
  • Anime Club will be meeting this Wednesday after school in room C-109. We have some yummy treats to SHARE- – – see you THERE!!! New members are always welcome – see Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.

Monday, December 18

  • Attention all baseball players, there will be an informational meeting after school Tuesday, December 19th in the cafeteria. If you are planning on trying out in the spring, you should attend. If you can’t make it, see Coach Beckmann during the day.
  • Join Women in STEM club this Thursday. We will have a guest speaker join us to talk about their career in the engineering field and we will start our own engineering feat with constructing a bridge out of toothpicks and marshmallows.
  • Just a reminder that there will be No Pride Cafe this week! See you after break!
  • Visit the BHS Art Mart this week for some holiday shopping! We will be setup in the atrium during lunches both Tuesday and Wednesday this week! All products are made at school with student artwork. Proceeds go towards a scholarship for students pursuing a creative profession!

Thursday, December 14

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break.
  • Attention all baseball players, there will be an informational meeting after school Tuesday December 19th in the cafeteria. If you are planning on trying out in the spring, you should attend. If you can’t make it, see Coach Beckmann during the day.

Wednesday, December 13

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break.
  • Sophomore Student Council is hosting a Food Drive for the Batavia Food Pantry. Please consider donating items during this week, December 11th-15th. Please look for flyers around the building to see what items are needed. Items can be dropped off in the Atrium, LRC or Student Services.
  • The Student Council wants to help spread the holiday cheer by selling Candy Cane Grams. Send a thoughtful message to a friend or staff member—$ 1 per candy gram, which includes a candy cane, or $5 for 7 candy grams. They will be available to purchase on December 12th, 13th, and 14th at lunch and Thursday during late start! Don’t miss out on letting that someone special know that you are thinking about them! Delivery will be on Friday, December 15th
  • The library will be closed all day today due to Mrs. Miller being on a field trip. Please plan accordingly. If you need Chromebook assistance, you will need to find a campus monitor to escort you. Thank you.

Tuesday, December 12

  • Attention all Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students. Looking to make a difference? Join Link Crew for the next school year. Don’t know what Link Crew is? Visit BHS web page under student section – clubs and activities. Applications are available and due the Friday before Spring Break.
  • Sophomore Student Council is hosting a Food Drive for the Batavia Food Pantry. Please consider donating items during this week, December 11th-15th. Please look for flyers around the building to see what items are needed. Items can be dropped off in the Atrium, LRC or Student Services.
  • The Student Council wants to help spread the holiday cheer by selling Candy Cane Grams. Send a thoughtful message to a friend or staff member—$ 1 per candy gram, which includes a candy cane, or $5 for 7 candy grams. They will be available to purchase on December 12th, 13th, and 14th at lunch and Thursday during late start! Don’t miss out on letting that someone special know that you are thinking about them! Delivery will be on Friday, December 15th
  • To ALL students: There are only 13 days until Christmas. If you are struggling to buy your loved one’s gifts please consider taking a free ornament from the display in the LRC and feeling the joy in giving to your mom, dad, grandmother, or anyone in your life whom you would like to appreciate this season. These ornaments are available as long as supplies last. Don’t wait!
  • Come out tonight to see this semester’s AP Art show! It will be in the BFAC from 6-7:30. Come eat, vote on your favorites, and support our artists!
  • The library will be closed all day on Wednesday, Dec 13 due to Mrs. Miller being on a field trip. Please plan accordingly. If you need Chromebook assistance, you will need to find a campus monitor to escort you. Thank you.
  • SNHS will have its December today after school. Please bring dues!

Monday, December 11

  • Sophomore Student Council is hosting a Food Drive for the Batavia Food Pantry. Please consider donating items during this week, December 11th-15th. Please look for flyers around the building to see what items are needed. Items can be dropped off in the Atrium, LRC or Student Services.
  • To ALL students: There are only 14 days until Christmas. If you are struggling to buy your loved one’s gifts please consider taking a free ornament from the display in the LRC and feeling the joy in giving to your mom, dad, grandmother, or anyone in your life whom you would like to appreciate this season. These ornaments are available as long as supplies last. Don’t wait!
  • Come out to this semester’s AP Art show! It will be in the BFAC from 6-7:30 on Tuesday night. Come eat, vote on your favorites, and support our artists!
  • The Student Council wants to help spread the holiday cheer by selling Candy Cane Grams. Send a thoughtful message to a friend or staff member—$ 1 per candy gram, which includes a candy cane, or $5 for 7 candy grams. They will be available to purchase on December 12th, 13th, and 14th at lunch and Thursday during late start! Don’t miss out on letting that someone special know that you are thinking about them! Delivery will be on Friday, December 15th
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We will have our first meeting tomorrow after school in D204. Learn more about the club and learn about leadership positions available.
  • Are you interested in the legal system? Join us for a Mock Trial meeting in C104 on December 11th or 12th after school. You’ll learn about how mock trial works, learn about the different roles you can have, and begin working on a pre-season trial. Hope to see you there!
  • The library will be closed all day on Wednesday, Dec 13 due to Mrs. Miller being on a field trip. Please plan accordingly. If you need Chromebook assistance, you will need to find a campus monitor to escort you. Thank you.
  • SNHS will have its December meeting today after school or tomorrow morning before school. Please bring dues!

Friday, December 8

  • Check Out: “The Battle of the Brush” – – This Saturday 9am – Noon at Bennet Park in Geneva! This annual environmental COMPETITION is between multiple rival high schools. Cheer on the BHS Eco Club as 25 students gather to CRUSH the competition, and, of course … work to remove invasive plants from our native woodlands. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information
  • There will be a preseason meeting for boys lacrosse on Monday, December 11th after school in Room A101. All players intending to play lacrosse this spring should attend.
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We will have our first meeting on Tuesday, 12/12 after school in D204. Learn more about the club and learn about leadership positions available.
  • Are you interested in the legal system? Join us for a Mock Trial meeting in C104 on December 11th or 12th after school. You’ll learn about how mock trial works, learn about the different roles you can have, and begin working on a pre-season trial. Hope to see you there!

Thursday, December 7

  • Great job to both our Jv and Varsity gymnastics teams on a win against Glenbard North yesterday! Some standout performances were from Wynne Tien, Delia Fulton, Sophia Brummel and Marisa Serpico for their first place finishes. Good luck at the Dekalb Invite tomorrow!
  • Attention all girls soccer players: There will be a meeting today in the cafeteria starting at 2:40PM. If you cannot attend you can pick up materials in the Athletic Office after the meeting.
  • This past weekend the Girls Wrestling team placed 2nd in a tournament of 18 teams. The Bulldogs were led by Champion Sydney, finalists Lily Enos, Kenzie Harried and Anabelle Guthke and place winners: Emma Abbate (3rd place), Natalie Lenart (5th place) as well as Sarah Anderson, Lyn Codo-Prim Amelia Howell, Caoimhe (kee-vah) Mitchell & Oliver Schafer (6th place). The Batavia’s girls wrestling squad is currently undefeated in head to head dual meets and will face Yorkville tonight at 6:45 PM under the spotlights. Come out and “pack the place”.
  • Check Out: “The Battle of the Brush” – – This Saturday 9am – Noon at Bennet Park in Geneva! This annual environmental COMPETITION is between multiple rival high schools. Cheer on the BHS Eco Club as 25 students gather to CRUSH the competition, and, of course … work to remove invasive plants from our native woodlands. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information
  • There will be a preseason meeting for boys lacrosse on Monday, December 11th after school in Room A101. All players intending to play lacrosse this spring should attend.
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club! We will have our first meeting on Tuesday, 12/12 after school in D204. Learn more about the club and learn about leadership positions available.

Wednesday, December 6

  • Today is the last day to drop off toys for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate, help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112
  • It’s the season for giving – Girl Up is collecting self-care items for our Single Moms Holiday Drive. Potential donations include: soaps, lotions, perfume, blankets, slippers, candles, and any other items good for pampering. We will pack bags at our monthly meeting today. Help us pack bags, earn service hours, and spread some holiday cheer!
  • Attention all girls soccer players: There will be a meeting this Thursday, December 7th in the cafeteria starting at 2:40PM. If you cannot attend you can pick up materials in the Athletic Office after the meeting.
  • There will be a preseason meeting for boys lacrosse on Monday, December 11th after school in Room A101. All players intending to play lacrosse this spring should attend.
  • This past weekend the Girls Wrestling team placed 2nd in a tournament of 18 teams. The Bulldogs were led by Champion Sydney, finalists Lily Enos, Kenzie Harried and Anabelle Guthke and place winners: Emma Abbate (3rd place), Natalie Lenart (5th place) as well as Sarah Anderson, Lyn Codo-Prim Amelia Howell, Caoimhe (kee-vah) Mitchell & Oliver Schafer (6th place).  The Batavia’s girls wrestling squad is currently undefeated in head to head dual meets and will face Yorkville Thursday night at 6:45 PM under the spotlights. Come out and “pack the place”.
  • Anime Club meets TODAY! Join us in Room C-109. New Members are Always Welcome!

Tuesday, December 5

  • Tomorrow is the last day to drop off toys for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate, help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th
  • It’s the season for giving – Girl Up is collecting self-care items for our Single Moms Holiday Drive. Potential donations include: soaps, lotions, perfume, blankets, slippers, candles, and any other items good for pampering. Donations can be dropped off in the LRC, C122, and D103 through Tuesday, Dec. 5th. We will pack bags at our monthly meeting on Wednesday, Dec.6th. Help us pack bags, earn service hours, and spread some holiday cheer!
  • Attention all girls soccer players: There will be a meeting this Thursday, December 7th in the cafeteria starting at 2:40PM.  If you cannot attend you can pick up materials in the Athletic Office after the meeting.

Monday, December 4

  • ‘Tis the season! Only a few more days to drop off toys for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate, help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th
  • It’s the season for giving – Girl Up is collecting self-care items for our Single Moms Holiday Drive. Potential donations include: soaps, lotions, perfume, blankets, slippers, candles, and any other items good for pampering. Donations can be dropped off in the LRC, C122, and D103 through Tuesday, Dec. 5th. We will pack bags at our monthly meeting on Wednesday, Dec.6th. Help us pack bags, earn service hours, and spread some holiday cheer!
  • Amnesty International is holding a fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders December 4-8. Donate money to Mr. Owen, Mr. Kauffmann, Mr. Renz, Mr. Benters, Mr. Ozarka, Mr. Bayer, or Ms. Carpenter. Whatever teacher raises the most money has to wear an inflatable “among us” costume to school!
  • Educators Rising will be hosting a EL Teacher Panel TODAY in C221 from 2:40-3:30. Mrs. Alholm and Mr. McCann will talk about Batavia’s EL program, the bilingual educational laws in Illinois, EL certification, and more. If you are interested in learning more about working with English Language Learners, this is the panel discussions for you. Everyone is welcome.

Thursday, November 30

  • The BHS Art Mart will be set up again today during all lunches. Come see our new products – all student designs, student artwork, and student produced products! Come shop for yourself or for holiday gifts.
  • ‘Tis the season! Only a few more days to drop off toys for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate, help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th

Wednesday, November 29

  • It is the season of giving! Girl Up is collecting self care items for holiday bags for single moms. Suggested donation items include: blankets, lotions, candles, slippers, face masks – anything that would be perfect for an afternoon of self care. Donations will be accepted through Tuesday, Dec 5th. You can drop off items in the LRC, in C122 (Miss Harris’s room) or D103 (Ms. Pearlman’s room). Bring a donation and share the joy!
  • ‘Tis the season! It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate, help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th.
  • The BHS Art Mart will be set up today during lunches. Come see our new products – all student designs, student artwork, and student produced products! Come shop for yourself or for holiday gifts.

Tuesday, November 28

  • Come support your BHS Girls Gymnastics Team as they take on our rivals Geneva. The Meet is at Geneva High School @ 6PM. Go Bulldogs!
  • It is the season of giving! Girl Up is collecting self care items for holiday bags for single moms. Suggested donation items include: blankets, lotions, candles, slippers, face masks – anything that would be perfect for an afternoon of self care. Donations will be accepted through Tuesday, Dec 5th. You can drop off items in the LRC, in C122 (Miss Harris’s room) or D103 (Ms. Pearlman’s room). Bring a donation and share the joy!
  • ‘Tis the season! It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate to help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th
  • We are taking JUNIORS exploring 4 year colleges to the College, Career & Wellness fair on January, 16, 2024 at West Aurora HS. Students can talk with reps from 100+ colleges, 70 career speakers & 30 wellness partners in one day! There are flyers on bulletin boards around school with the registration link.

 

Monday, November 27

  • ‘Tis the season! It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate to help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th
  • It is the season of giving! Girl Up is collecting self care items for holiday bags for single moms. Suggested donation items include: blankets, lotions, candles, slippers, face masks – anything that would be perfect for an afternoon of self care. Donations will be accepted through Tuesday, Dec 5th. You can drop off items in the LRC, in C122 (Miss Harris’s room) or D103 (Ms. Pearlman’s room). Bring a donation and share the joy!

Tuesday, November 21

 

  • ‘Tis the season! It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate to help Batacia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th

Monday, November 20

 

  • ‘Tis the season! It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive. Please donate to help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays. Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th
  • Ed Rising will meet today in C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are interested in pursuing a career in education, then this is the club for you. Please come learn about our December calendar of events. New members are always welcome.
  • If you are interested in military service academies, email Mrs. Buttels to hear from a United States Naval academy representative tomorrow at 9:30 at BHS

Friday, November 17

  • If you plan on riding the fan bus to Mt Carmel, please turn in your permission slips and money to Student Services as soon as you can! We need to get a final head count and want to make sure we have enough space! Don’t wait, just get it turned in now!
  • It’s the season for giving. Girl Up is running their annual Holiday Single Mothers Self-Care Gift Drive. To donate, please bring self care items – such as, bath gels, lotions, blankets, slippers, candles, etc. to C122, Miss Harris’s room, or D103, Ms. Pearlman’s room. The drive will run from Nov 15th through Dec 5th.
  • ‘Tis the season!  It’s that time of year again for the Batavia Access Toy Drive.  Please donate to help Batavia families enjoy the Holidays.  Bring all donations to room C112 by December 6th.

Thursday, November 16

  • Pumpkin bread, chocolate chip cookies, rice krispies, and more! Come start your day with a sweet treat at a bake sale hosted by the Senior Student Council members. Treats will be available at the ticket booth near the Athletic Office again tomorrow morning before school at 7 AM. Come join us each morning to kick start your day! All proceeds will help purchase Thanksgiving meals for local families in need.
  • Today is Pride Fest! If you have signed up for today’s event, please bring your ticket with you to the LRC during 4th block. See you then!
  • There will be no Graphics Club today.
  • It’s the season for giving. Girl Up is running their annual Holiday Single Mothers Self-Care Gift Drive. To donate, please bring self care items – such as, bath gels, lotions, blankets, slippers, candles, etc. to C122, Miss Harris’s room, or D103, Ms. Pearlman’s room. The drive will run from Nov 15th through Dec 5th.

Wednesday, November 15

  • Pumpkin bread, chocolate chip cookies, rice krispies, and more! Come start your day with a sweet treat at a bake sale hosted by the Senior Student Council members. Treats will be available at the ticket booth near the Athletic Office again tomorrow morning and Friday morning before school at 7 AM. Come join us each morning to kick start your day! All proceeds will help purchase Thanksgiving meals for local families in need.
  • The 3rd annual BHS PRIDE FEST is tomorrow during 4th block. This is a time of celebration, community, and resource for the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies at BHS. All are welcome, but you must sign up to attend. You can sign up at lunches today through Wednesday, or scan the QR codes around school.
  • It’s the season for giving. Girl Up is running their annual Holiday Single Mothers Self-Care Gift Drive. To donate, please bring self care items – such as, bath gels, lotions, blankets, slippers, candles, etc. to C122, Miss Harris’s room, or D103, Ms. Pearlman’s room. The drive will run from Nov 15th through Dec 5th.

Tuesday, November 14

  • The LRC will be closed ALL DAY today.  If you need Chromebook assistance please see a Campus Monitor.

 

  • Pumpkin bread, chocolate chip cookies, rice krispies, and more! Come start your day with a sweet treat at a bake sale hosted by the Senior Student Council members. Treats will be available at the ticket booth near the Athletic Office starting tomorrow morning before school at 7 AM. The bake sale will be open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings this week. Come join us each morning to kick start your day! All proceeds will help purchase Thanksgiving meals for local families in need.
  • Auditions for the winter play will be today after school. The winter play this year will be the hilarious and moving hidden gem, Kodachrome. Signups and contracts are on the Drama Board in the music wing.
  • It’s time for nominations for Top Dog! Check your email for the nomination ballot.  Top Dog is a talent show for charity. It is held in the BFAC on the main stage.  Nominate yourself or friends to be in this show, which is held January 13, 2024!  If you have any questions about this event, ask a Key Club member, Mrs. Heim, or check old Instagram posts @bataviakeyclub
  • The 3rd annual BHS PRIDE FEST is this Thursday, November 16th during 4th block. This is a time of celebration, community, and resource for the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies at BHS. All are welcome, but you must sign up to attend. You can sign up at lunches today through Wednesday, or scan the QR codes around school.

Monday, November 13

  • Auditions for the winter play will be after school on Tuesday, November 14th. The winter play this year will be the hilarious and moving hidden gem, Kodachrome. Signups and contracts are on the Drama Board in the music wing.
  • Auditions for the winter play will be after school on Tuesday, November 14th. The winter play this year will be the hilarious and moving hidden gem, Kodachrome. Signups and contracts are on the Drama Board in the music wing.

Friday, November 10

  • Today is the last day of Key Club week. Today’s fun fact is this – Key club offers a ton of volunteer opportunities. If you like giving back to your community, this is the club for you. Come join us in A101 either Tuesday at 7:15 or Thursday at 2:45. See you there!
  • Today is Military Day at BHS! Representatives from the armed forces will be in the atrium during 3rd block to discuss everything from direct enlistment, ROTC scholarships and the military academies. No pass needed.
  • Today’s the last day to sign up for our Bulldog Fan Bus traveling to Hononegah High School for tomorrow’s football game. Be sure to check your email and reserve a spot! You will need to pick up a permission slip in the Athletic Office or in Student services and have this signed by a parent. Be sure to bring $10 for the bus and pre-purchase your tickets on GoFan.com. Lets fill the bus and cheer on our Bulldogs to another big victory!
  • Auditions for the winter play will be after school on Tuesday, November 14th. The winter play this year will be the hilarious and moving hidden gem, Kodachrome. Signups and contracts are on the Drama Board in the music wing.
  • It’s time for nominations for Top Dog! Check your email for the nomination ballot. Top Dog is a talent show for charity. It is held in the BFAC on the main stage. Nominate yourself or friends to be in this show, which is held January 13, 2024! If you have any questions about this event, ask a Key Club member, Mrs. Heim, or check old Instagram posts @bataviakeyclub

Thursday, November 9

  • Come join Women in STEM TODAY after school in C214! We have a speaker coming to talk to us about how her career path in the tech field has evolved over the years and then we will transition to a fun engineering team building competition. Snacks will be provided! All are welcome!
  • Today’s fun Key Club fact is this – Batavia has had Key Club as an opportunity for students since 1988! That means this school year is our 35th anniversary! If you’d like to be a part of this historic club at BHS, there is still time to join! Come to a meeting – Tuesday before school at 7:15 or Thursday after school at 2:45. Both meetings take place in A101. See you there!
  • The boys swim team will hold an informational meeting at 6:30 on Thursday night in room 1426 at West Chicago High School. We will discuss schedules and program expectations, among other things. Please plan on attending if you will be swimming this year. If you cannot make it but still plan on swimming, please contact the coach, Troy Murray in C120.
  • Check your school email for information regarding the Bulldog Fan Bus traveling to Hononegah High School for this weekends playoff football game! Make sure you reserve a spot, pick up a permission slip, and pre-purchase your tickets at GoFan.com. It will cost $10 to ride the fan bus to and from the game. Bus leaves at 10:45 on Saturday! Don’t wait to long to sig up!
  • This Friday is Military Day at BHS! Representative from the armed forces will be in the atrium during 3rd block to discuss everything from direct enlist, ROTC scholarships and the military academies. No pass needed.  Show your support for Veterans and active Military by wearing your Armed Forces apparel. 

Wednesday, November 8

  • This is a reminder to all the students who registered for the human services career event to go to the Batavia Fine Arts Center after the 1st block bell rings! We have 13 helping professionals coming to talk with students about their career paths. Enter through the E wing near the music hallway. Contact Mrs. Buttels if you have questions.
  • Anime Club will meet today after school in room C-109. New Members are always welcome! See Mrs. Fauhaber for more information.
  • Check your school email for information regarding the Bulldog Fan Bus traveling to Hononegah High School for this weekend’s playoff football game! Make sure you reserve a spot, pick up a permission slip, and pre-purchase your tickets at GoFan.com. It will cost $10 to ride the fan bus to and from the game. Bus leaves at 10:45 on Saturday! Don’t wait too long to sign up!
  • It’s Key Club week! Key Club is sponsored by Kiwanis, which is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. Each year the Kiwanis family dedicates more than 18.5 million hours to service and raises more than US$100 million for local and global causes. If you think this sounds good – join Key Club! We could use your support – help us raise money for local and global causes.  We meet twice a week – Tuesday at 7:15 AM or Thursday at 2:45 PM. Both meetings take place in A101. See you there!
  • Come join Women in STEM this Thursday at 2:40 in C214! We have a speaker coming to talk to us about how her career path in the tech field has evolved over the years and then we will transition to a fun engineering team building competition. Snacks will be provided!
  • The boys swim team will hold an informational meeting at 6:30 on Thursday night in room 1426 at West Chicago High School. We will discuss schedules and program expectations, among other things. Please plan on attending if you will be swimming this year. If you cannot make it but still plan on swimming, please contact the coach, Troy Murray in C120.
  • This Friday is Military Day at BHS! Representatives from the armed forces will be in the atrium during 3rd block to discuss everything from direct enlistment, ROTC scholarships and the military academies. No pass needed.
  • Come see Mean Girls, our fall musical, on November 9th at 7:30, November 11th at 7:30, or November 12th at 2:00! Students can get free tickets today during all lunches. Just find our table in the atrium and you can get a free ticket to the show! See you there!

Tuesday, November 7

  • It’s Key Club week! Today’s fun fact is this – We just wrapped up Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and all money raised will support Start Strong: Zambia — our signature project supporting UNICEF’s efforts to build early learning community centers and help parents and caregivers create nurturing environments for young children. Is this something you’d like to be involved in? Join Key Club! We are still accepting new members – come to a meeting this Thursday at 2:45. All meetings take place in A101.
  • Girls swimming won sectionals this past weekend! This is the first time since 1992! The three girls going on to state this week from Batavia are Audrey Lindstrom, Hollyn Ambre and Megan Sego.  Audrey will be swimming the 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay, and the 400 freestyle relay. At sectionals Audrey placed first in the 500!  Megan is swimming the 100 fly.  And Hollyn is swimming the 50 freestyle, the 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay, and the 400 freestyle relay.  Go Bulldogs!
  • Check your school email for information regarding the Bulldog Fan Bus traveling to Hononegah High School for this weekend’s playoff football game! Make sure you reserve a spot, pick up a permission slip, and pre-purchase your tickets at GoFan.com. It will cost $10 to ride the fan bus to and from the game. Bus leaves at 10:45 on Saturday! Don’t wait too long to sign up!
  • Did you forget to buy last year’s yearbook? No worries! Yearbook club will be selling last year’s yearbook during C lunch today and tomorrow in the ticket booth.  They will be 50% off the original price- so $20. We accept cash, check, credit card and Apple Pay!
  • Anime Club will meet this Wednesday after school in room C-109. New Members are always welcome! See Mrs. Fauhaber for more information.
  • Come join Women in STEM this Thursday at 2:40 in C214! We have a speaker coming to talk to us about how her career path in the tech field has evolved over the years and then we will transition to a fun engineering team building competition. Snacks will be provided!
  • Come see Mean Girls, our fall musical, on November 9th at 7:30, November 11th at 7:30, or November 12th at 2:00! Students can get free tickets today during lunches. Just find our table in the atrium and you can get a free ticket to the show! See you there!

Monday, November 6

  • Tomorrow, November 7th is Brice Worley Day in the city of Batavia. Wear green tomorrow in support of Brice and others battling brain tumors.
  • Later today you will receive an email about the Bulldog Fan Buses traveling to Hononegah High School this Saturday for the quarter-final football game. Use the links provided to reserve a spot on the bus so that you can support our football team as they take on the Indians in their quest for One More Week. If you choose to ride the fan bus, you will need to pick up a permission slip and pre-purchase your tickets. All the information and links will be provided in the email or you can contact nikki.behrens@bps101.net with any questions.
  • Did you forget to buy last year’s yearbook? No worries! Yearbook club will be selling last year’s yearbook during C lunch today, tomorrow and Wednesday in the ticket booth.  They will be 50% off the original price- so $20. We accept cash, check, credit card and Apple Pay!
  • Come see Mean Girls, our fall musical, on November 9th at 7:30, November 11th at 7:30, or November 12th at 2:00! Students can get free tickets today during all lunches. Just find our table in the atrium and you can get a free ticket to the show! See you there!
  • It’s Key Club week! Here’s today’s fun fact – there are over 1,000 Key Clubs across the globe – in over 45 countries. And our club is one of them! If you haven’t been to a meeting in awhile – come on back! We are also still accepting new members. We meet twice a week in A101 – Tuesday morning at 7:15 or Thursday afternoon at 2:45. We hope to see you there!

Friday, November 3

  • Tuesday, November 7th is Brice Worley Day in the city of Batavia. Wear green on November 7th in support of Brice and others battling brain tumors.
  • Did you forget to buy last year’s yearbook? No worries! Yearbook club will be selling last year’s yearbook during C lunch Monday thru Wednesday next week in the ticket booth. They will be 50% off the original price- so $20. We accept cash, check, credit card and Apple Pay!

Thursday, November 2

  • There is no graphics club today. See you next week!
  • Tuesday, November 7th is Brice Worley Day in the city of Batavia. Wear green on November 7th in support of Brice and others battling brain tumors.

Wednesday, November 1

  • The votes are in……The winners of the Pumpkin decorating contest are:

        1st place winner- Ms. Farrell’s classroom with 30 votes!

        2nd place winner- Doesn’t win anything, but gets an honorable mention- Sophomore StuCo with 26 votes!

  • Today is our last college panel in a 101 for those who registered. Join us at 9:45 to hear from Western Illinois University, Northeastern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Missouri State University, Lawrence University and DePaul University.
  • International Club will meet after school today in room C101.  We will be planning our November event.
  • The library will be closed during late start this Thursday, Nov 2 due to a presentation. Please make plans accordingly. Thank you!

Tuesday, October 31

  • Don’t forget to stop by the LRC any time today to vote for your favorite pumpkin design! Brought to you by Sophomore Class Student council!
  • International Club will meet after school in room C101 on Wednesday November 1st. We will be planning our November event.
  • Happy Halloween from Pride Alliance! There is no Pride Cafe today after school. But Pride Fest is coming! Save the date for our 3rd annual Pride Fest to be held on Thursday Nov. 16th! Keep an eye and ear out for more information and sign up!
  • On November 8th during 2nd block we will host 12 helping professionals such as therapists, psychologists, social workers with experience in juvenile justice, forensics, trauma, owning a business & sports psychology. Students can talk with professionals in small groups by registering on the flyers around school by November 1st. Contact Mrs. Buttels with questions.

Monday, October 30

  • Get ready for a spook-tacular game of Halloween BINGO! All students and staff are welcome to join in on the fun next Tuesday, October 31st. Be sure to grab a BINGO card as you walk into the building on Tuesday. BINGO numbers will be called out over the announcements during the last five minutes of 1st, 2nd, and 4th block. If you don’t hear the announcements, the numbers will be posted on the BHS Student Council Instagram page @bataviastudentcouncil. Gift cards and candy prizes are available. Please check your BHS email for further details.
  • Don’t forget to stop by the LRC any time today or tomorrow to vote for your favorite pumpkin design! Brought to you by Sophomore Class Student council!
  • All Batavia Boys Wrestlers and those interested in wrestling please meet TODAY in C119 at 2:40pm for a short informational meeting. All information will help prepare for the start of the season.
  • IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Eco Club is CANCELED TODAY!
  • Anime Club is having their next meeting on Tuesday this week.
  • New members are welcome – see you in room C-109
  • On November 8th during 2nd block we will host 12 helping professionals such as therapists, psychologists, social workers with experience in juvenile justice, forensics, trauma, owning a business & sports psychology. Students can talk with professionals in small groups by registering on the flyers around school by November 1st. Contact Mrs. Buttels with questions.

Friday, October 27

  • Key Club is selling suckers again today during all lunches.  Send a Boo message to your friends. Suckers will be delivered on Halloween. Suckers are $1 each or 6 for $5. Please have the classroom numbers of your friends to help expedite delivery. Thanks!
  • Psychology club made you slime! Today is the last day to come buy some during lunch in the atrium.
  • The Lacrosse team is holding a Fall Prospect Day this Sunday, October 29th from 1-3pm in the stadium. Any student planning to play lacrosse in the spring, or interested in learning more about lacrosse should attend. Additional equipment will be available for new players.
  • Get ready for a spook-tacular game of Halloween BINGO! All students and staff are welcome to join in on the fun next Tuesday, October 31st. Be sure to grab a BINGO card as you walk into the building on Tuesday. BINGO numbers will be called out over the announcements during the last five minutes of 1st, 2nd, and 4th block. If you don’t hear the announcements, the numbers will be posted on the BHS Student Council Instagram page @bataviastudentcouncil. Gift cards and candy prizes are available. Please check your BHS email for further details.
  • On November 8th during 2nd block we will host 12 helping professionals such as therapists, psychologists, social workers with experience in juvenile justice, forensics, trauma, owning a business & sports psychology. Students can talk with professionals in small groups by registering on the flyers around school by November 1st. Contact Mrs. Buttels with questions.

Thursday, October 26

  • Do you want to decorate a pumpkin for the Halloween Contest next week? Ask your advisor, coach or teacher to enter the Pumpkin Decorating Contest! All pumpkins need to be dropped at the LRC on Monday morning.
  • Key Club is selling suckers during all lunches this week. Send a Boo message to your friends. Suckers will be delivered on Halloween. Suckers are $1 each or 6 for $5. Please have the classroom numbers of your friends to help expedite delivery. Thanks!
  • Join the Women in STEM club TODAY in C214 for our next meeting. Learn about a famous woman in history from the STEM field and start planning a STEM day for our elementary school students to get them psyched about STEM!
  • The Lacrosse team is holding a Fall Prospect Day this Sunday 10/29 from 1-3pm in the stadium. Any student planning to play lacrosse in the spring, or interested in learning more about lacrosse should attend. Additional equipment will be available for new players.
  • Get ready for a spook-tacular game of Halloween BINGO! All students and staff are welcome to join in on the fun next Tuesday, October 31st. Be sure to grab a BINGO card as you walk into the building on Tuesday. BINGO numbers will be called out over the announcements during the last five minutes of 1st, 2nd, and 4th block. If you don’t hear the announcements, the numbers will be posted on the BHS Student Council Instagram page @bataviastudentcouncil. Gift cards and candy prizes are available. Please check your BHS email for further details.

Wednesday, October 25

  • Do you want to decorate a pumpkin for the Halloween Contest next week? Ask your advisor, coach or teacher to enter the Pumpkin Decorating Contest! All pumpkins need to be dropped at the LRC on Monday morning. 
  • Today we are hosting 5 colleges in A101 at 8:05 am for students who registered. We will hear from: Saint Mary’s College, Central Michigan University, Butler University, Wabash College, & Dominican University
  • Key Club is selling suckers during all lunches this week. Send a Boo message to your friends. Suckers will be delivered on Halloween. Suckers are $1 each or 6 for $5. Please have the classroom numbers of your friends to help expedite delivery. Thanks!
  • All boys interested in playing boys basketball this year need to attend a mandatory informational meeting today at 2:45pm in A101.
  • Join the Women in STEM club tomorrow in C214 for their next meeting. Learn about a famous woman in history from the STEM field and start planning a STEM day for our elementary school students to get them psyched about STEM!
  • The Girls Wrestling Team, including our first female assistant wrestling coach, will be hosting our final pre-season informational meeting & “Try it Out” workout in the wrestling room after school tomorrow. Girls will learn basic wrestling techniques, participate in some fun competition & learn about the sport from members of the current team.
  • The Lacrosse team is holding a Fall Prospect Day this Sunday, October 29th from 1-3pm in the stadium. Any student planning to play lacrosse in the spring, or interested in learning more about lacrosse should attend. Additional equipment will be available for new players.

Tuesday, October 24

  • Congratulations to the Varsity volleyball team on winning their regional playoff match against Glenbard North last night! Head over to Benet Academy tonight for their next match against Benet starting at 6pm! Go bulldogs!
  • All boys interested in playing boys basketball this year need to attend a mandatory informational meeting this Wednesday the 25th at 2:45pm in A101.
  • Are you considering pursuing the arts after high school? Come to Future Creative Professional’s Fine Art College & Career Fair! We have 15 presenters that include colleges, professional artists, and local arts organizations. The fair takes place during 4th block this Thursday 10/26/23. You must sign up to attend. The signup form closes this afternoon. You can find the QR link to sign up form on posters around the school. Check with Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions.
  • The Girls Wrestling Team, including our first female assistant wrestling coach, will be hosting our final pre-season informational meeting & “Try it Out” workout in the wrestling room after school on Thursday, October 26th. Girls will learn basic wrestling techniques, participate in some fun competition & learn about the sport from members of the current team.
  • Join the Women in STEM club this Thursday in C214 for their next meeting. Learn about a famous woman in history from the STEM field and start planning a STEM day for our elementary school students to get them psyched about STEM!

Monday, October 23

  • Congratulations to the Batavia Marching Band’s tremendous ending to their competitive season. They finished their season earning 2nd in Class 4A and the Best Visual trophy – the highest placement in school history. They earned a spot in finals for the second consecutive year being in the top 3 of bands for the first 28 bands of the day. They earned 11th in finals – again, the highest placement in school history.
  • On Wednesday October 25th, we will host a college panel for juniors and seniors. Students will get to meet college reps from 7 colleges including Saint Mary’s College, Central Michigan, Lipscomb University, Butler University, Wabash College, Dominican University & Lewis University. Students must register to attend!
  • All boys interested in playing for the boys basketball team this year need to attend a mandatory informational meeting this Wednesday the 25th at 2:45pm in A101.
  • Are you considering pursuing the arts after high school? Come to Future Creative Professional’s Fine Art College & Career Fair! We have 15 presenters that include colleges, professional artists, and local arts organizations. The fair takes place during 4th block on Thursday 10/26/23. You must sign up to attend. The signup form closes on Tuesday afternoon. You can find the QR link to sign up form on posters around the school. Check with Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions.
  • The Girls Wrestling Team, including our first female assistant wrestling coach, will be hosting our final pre-season informational meeting & “Try it Out” workout in the wrestling room after school on Thursday, October 26th. Girls will learn basic wrestling techniques, participate in some fun competition & learn about the sport from members of the current team.

Friday, October 20

  • On Wednesday October 25th, we will host a college panel for juniors and seniors. Students will get to meet college reps from 7 colleges including Saint Mary’s College, Central Michigan, Lipscomb University, Butler University, Wabash College, Dominican University & Lewis University. Students must register to attend!
  • Are you considering pursuing the arts after high school? Come to Future Creative Professional’s Fine Art College & Career Fair! We have 15 presenters that include colleges, professional artists, and local arts organizations. The fair takes place during 4th block on Thursday 10/26/23. You must sign up to attend. The signup form closes on Tuesday afternoon. You can find the QR link to sign up form on posters around the school. Check with Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions.

Thursday, October 19

  • Help us save Native Prairies in our community!  Join Eco Club today at 3:15pm at the Dick Young Forest Preserve – it’s only 2 miles West of BHS.  A Kane County Naturalist will walk with us through the prairies and show us which plants most need our help. We will be “Collecting Seeds” for replanting.  No Experience is necessary! See Mrs. Faulhaber in C-109.

Wednesday, October 18

 

  • The Freshman Student Council is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We will be selling bracelets for $1 today. All donations are going to Living Well Cancer Resources in Geneva.  We will have a PINK OUT on Thursday. Please wear pink to school to show your support!
  • Come join Girl Up today in room C122 for a showing of the Barbie movie. Dress in your best Barbie or Ken outfit, hope to see you there!
  • The BHS Scholarship Series starts tomorrow, Thursday, October 19th during late-start at 7:35 am in the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. This Thursday is an All About Scholarships presentation. Junior & senior students + parents/guardians are invited to learn all about the scholarship search and application process.
  • We are excited to announce Illinois State Representatives Maura Hirschauer and Barbara Hernandez will be here after school TODAY speaking to Youth & Government club. All students are welcome to join this question and answer session in the LRC.
  • Help us save Native Prairies in our community!  Join Eco Club this Thursday (10/19) at 3:15pm at the Dick Young Forest Preserve – this just 2 miles West of BHS.  A Kane County Naturalist will walk with us through the prairies and show us which plants most need our help. We will be “Collecting Seeds” for replanting.  No Experience is necessary! See Mrs. Faulhaber in C-109.

 

Tuesday, October 17

  • The Freshman Student Council is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We will be selling bracelets for $1 today and tomorrow. All donations are going to Living Well Cancer Resources in Geneva.  We will have a PINK OUT on Thursday. Please wear pink to school to show your support!
  • The BHS Scholarship Series starts Thursday, October 19th during late-start at 7:35 am in the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. This Thursday is an All About Scholarships presentation. Junior & senior students + parents/guardians are invited to learn all about the scholarship search and application process.
  • Come join Girl Up on Wednesday, October 18th in room C122 for a showing of the Barbie movie. Dress in your best Barbie or Ken outfit, hope to see you there!

Friday, October 13

  • Eco Club is meeting this Monday (10/16) after school in room C-109.  We will be preparing our Conservation presentation for the City of Batavia, voting on T-shirts, and planning our annual Plant Sale. New members are always welcome!
  • Science National honor society will have their monthly meeting on Monday, 10-16 afterschool or Tuesday 10-17 before school in room D209. Dues are $25 for everyone.
  • We have 115 seniors registered to attend the senior college boot camp today! This is your reminder to check into the atrium at 8:45 with your counselor.
  • We will have a college panel on Wednesday, October 18th for juniors & seniors. Register October 16th to hear directly from Purdue, Northern Michigan University, University of Illinois Chicago, Benedictine University and Texas A&M University.

Thursday, October 12

  • Eco Club is sponsoring a Tour of Aquascape in St. Charles TODAY at 3:15pm.  There are still a few slots available to visit and learn about eco-friendly practices.  See Mrs. Faulhaber in room C-109 if you are interested.
  • Science National honor society will have their monthly meeting on Monday, 10-16 afterschool or Tuesday 10-17 before school in room D209. Dues are $25 for everyone.

 

Wednesday, October 11

  • Today we will host Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Augustana College, Central College, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Elon University, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Hope College at 8:05 am in A101 for juniors and seniors who registered! Bring your golden ticket when you check in!
  • Join the Women in STEM club TODAY at 2:40 PM in C214. We have a fun activity planned and our first guest speaker Dr. Reena Shah – doctor of Internal Medicine – will be coming to talk to us about her education and career!
  • There is an Anime Club Meeting TODAY after school.  Join us in room C-109. New members are always welcome!
  • International Club meets today after school in room C101. We will be electing our executive board and picking our October event.
  • Attention all Eco Club Members: Join us for a VIP Tour of Aquascape in St. Charles, tomorrow, Thursday, tomorrow, at 3:15pm. Only 25 slots are available for this amazing tour of this award winning, eco-friendly facility. See Mrs. Faulhaber to sign up. New members are welcomed to join us as well!

Tuesday, October 10

 

  • Come join the Women in STEM club tomorrow, Wednesday at 2:40 PM in C214. We have a fun activity planned and will also be welcoming our guest speaker Dr. Reena Shah. Dr. Shah will be talking about how and why she chose her career in Internal Medicine as well as the path she took to get there. All are welcome! Email Ms. Fricke with any questions.

 

  • Please come tonight to help celebrate our 15 senior soccer players take on Glenbard North tonight at 7 pm. A suggested $5 donation per person for the Batavia Food Pantry upon entry. Those who visit and use the Food Pantry are our neighbors and friends, people with disabilities, seniors, low income families, and families whose member(s) have lost their jobs.

 

Wednesday, October 4

  • Reminder: Tomorrow is a 1/2 day. There is no late start, 10:35am release.
  • Interested in Rock the Runway? Come to the launch meeting on Wednesday October 4th at 2:45 in D115 for all the information on how to submit a design and participate. For questions reach out to Ms. Smith
  • Congratulations to Drew Freedlund on qualifying for the IHSA state golf tournament! Way to go Drew!!

Tuesday, October 3

  • Attention Seniors! If you have not taken your Senior portrait for yearbook yet- Root Studios is at BHS today during the day. Students who have signed up for a session should have been delivered a pass. If you haven’t signed up for a session- stop by their booth on your lunch hour to see if they have openings. Email Mrs. Fiegel if you have any questions.
  • Interested in Rock the Runway? Come to the launch meeting on Wednesday October 4th at 2:45 in D115 for all the information on how to submit a design and participate. For questions reach out to Ms. Smith
  • Yearbook Club Kick Off! Yearbook is an exciting club that combines journalism, art and design. If you are interested in learning more- please come to D114 (Computer/Engineering Lab) today for our first meeting!

Monday, October 2

  • Do you collect sports cards or are interested in collecting? BHS is looking for interested students that would be part of a NEW club: Sports Card Club!!!  Email grace.tarpey@bps101.net if interested.
  • First meeting for Future Creative Professionals is today until 3:30! Meet us in A123 (the graphics room) after school to learn more about this club and upcoming events! The club is open to any student interested in a possible career in the arts (fine, media, performing, etc.!). Reach out to Ms. Tieri Ton with any questions!
  • Yearbook Club Kick Off! Yearbook is an exciting club that combines journalism, art and design. If you are interested in learning more- please come to D114 (Computer/Engineering Lab) tomorrow, Tuesday, for our first meeting!
  • Interested in Rock the Runway? Come to the launch meeting on Wednesday October 4th at 2:45 in D115 for all the information on how to submit a design and participate. For questions reach out to Ms. Smith
  • Congratulations to the Batavia Marching Band for another great performance Saturday at the Prospect HS Knight of Champions. The band earned 2nd place in Class 3A and 2nd place overall with 12 bands in performance! The band continues to deliver this season! Go Marching Bulldogs!
  • This week is designated by the American Library Association as Banned Books week.  Is is the annual celebration of the freedom to read.  Want to learn more about Book Banning and Challenges?  Stop by the LRC to check out our display or the table at the LRC and listen for announcements throughout the week.

Friday, September 29

  • Do you collect sports cards or are interested in collecting? BHS is looking for interested students that would be part of a NEW club: Sports Card Club!!!  Email grace.tarpey@bps101.net if interested.
  • Yearbook Club Kick Off! Yearbook is an exciting club that combines journalism, art and design. If you are interested in learning more- please come to D114 (Computer/Engineering Lab) next Tuesday for our first meeting!
  • The Bulldogs are playing our rivals, Geneva Vikings, tonight.  Kickoff is at 7pm at Geneva High School.  The student section theme is camo.  Come out and Support the football team!

Thursday, September 28

  • Do you collect sports cards or are interested in collecting? BHS is looking for interested students that would be part of a NEW club: Sports Card Club!!!  Email grace.tarpey@bps101.net if interested

Wednesday, September 27

  • Today’s College Panel starts at 7:55 in A101. Representatives from University of Louisville, Xavier University, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Western Michigan University, Lawrence Technological University, and University of Missouri-Columbia. Registered junior and senior students will receive passes at the start of Block 1 today.
  • Anime Club meets today after school in room C-109. Join us as we watch and discuss favorite anime. New members are always welcomed! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning more about classes and careers in STEM? Join the Women in STEM club for their first informational meeting today after school at 2:40 in C214. All are welcome! Email Ms. Fricke with any questions!
  • International Club will meet today after school in room C101. Come for fun and games!
  • What we have here is a failure to communicate! Why is this a famous movie quote? Come to Film Watching Club in the LRC after school today to watch the classic film Cool Hand Luke to find out. Interested in joining BHS Film Watching Club? Reach out to Mr. Casburn for more details.
  • All girls interested in playing basketball this year should attend a mandatory preseason meeting tomorrow morning from 7:45am to 8:15am in the main gym. Please contact Coach Jensen for any questions.
  • Looking for a quick and easy dinner tonight? The Volleyball program is hosting a fundraiser at Portillo’s tonight! Stop by and just say you are there for the Volleyball fundraiser and part of the proceeds will go back to the program!

Tuesday, September 26

  • Would you like to help preserve our native prairies? Please join Eco Club with our Seed Collection Event today at 3pm at the Dick Young’ Forest Preserve. Students will work with a naturalist from the Kane County Forest Preserve to identify and gather seeds. No experience necessary. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more details.
  • Attn students! Today is the LAST day to vote on the Yearbook theme! Mrs. Fiegel sent an email last week with the google form. Today is the last day- please vote!!
  • Reminder that there is no Pride meeting today! Check Classroom for more info!
  • Anime Club meets tomorrow after school in room C-109. Join us as we watch and discuss favorite anime. New members are always welcomed! See Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning more about classes and careers in STEM? Do you want to help inspire the younger generation to pursue STEM? The Women in STEM club will have their first informational meeting tomorrow after school at 2:40 in C214. All are welcome! Email Ms. Fricke with any questions!
  • This is a reminder that the the National French Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be Wednesday September 27th in the LRC at 6:30 pm. Please see Madame Lo with any questions.
  • International Club will meet on Wednesday September 27th after school in room C101. Come for fun and games!
  • What we have here is a failure to communicate! Why is this a famous movie quote? Come to Film Watching Club in the LRC after school this Wednesday to watch the classic film Cool Hand Luke to find out. Interested in joining BHS Film Watching Club? Reach out to Mr. Casburn for more details.
  • All girls interested in playing basketball this year should attend a mandatory preseason meeting from 7:45am to 8:15am in the main gym on Thursday, September 28th. Please contact Coach Jensen for any questions.

Friday, September 22

 

  • Picture Retake day will be next Monday the 25 in the Atrium from 7am-2pm. Make sure you bring the original picture packet with you.
  • Would you like to help preserve our native prairies? Please join Eco Club with our Seed Collection Event on Tuesday September 26 at 3pm at the Dick Young’ Forest Preserve. Students will work with a naturalist from the Kane County Forest Preserve to identify and gather seeds. No experience necessary. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more details.
  • Come to the Homecoming Football game tonight @ 7pm.  The theme is whiteout!!  Go Dawgs!!

Thursday, September 21

  • Picture Retake day will be next Monday the 25 in the Atrium from 7am-2pm. Please make sure you bring the original picture packet with you.
  • Come out and support your Bulldog Soccer team tonight:  Tri-City Night is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Programs get together for a good cause. Over the past few years, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Geneva, & Batavia have helped local families in need. This year is no different as St Charles North High School will play host to a night that will raise money for the Harland Family. Batavia versus Geneva at 5:30 pm and STCN versus STCE at 7:30 pm.

Wednesday, September 20

  • Today’s College Panel starts at 9:30 in A101. Representatives from Arizona State University, University of Iowa, North Carolina State University, Michigan Technological University, University of Alabama, and University of Nevada. Registered junior and senior students will receive passes at the start of Block 2 today.
  • Congrats to the Varsity Girls Golf team on taking 4th place in the conference tournament yesterday afternoon. Mandy Naylor finished 3rd while Avery Sheehan finished 2nd. Mya Henderson, Danielle Domanus, Ellie Morman, Emma Moran, and Brooke Besic also contributed. Nice job ladies and go Dawgs!
  • Congrats to the JV girls golf team yesterday on finishing 5th in conference. Abi Edwards placed 10th while Maddie Celing placed 2nd. Rachel Carlson and Aubrey Reagan also contributed. Nice job ladies and Go Dawgs!
  • Picture Retake day will be next Monday the 25 in the Atrium from 7am-2pm. Please make sure you bring the original picture packet with you.
  • Congrats to the boys golf team on finishing 3rd in the conference tournament.  The Dawgs were led by Drew Freedlund’s 10th place overall finish.  Way to go Bulldogs!
  • Tomorrow is HOCO t-shirt day!  Buy your t-shirt @ lunch today for $10.

Tuesday, September 19

  • Come out to support your Volleyball teams as they take on Wheaton North for homecoming tonight! Lower levels start at 4:30 and Varsity starts at 5:30! Theme is White Out!
  • Tomorrow’s spirit day theme is Barbie vs Ken.  The first 50 people dressed in the theme will get a beach ball stress ball.
  • The homecoming parade starts at 5pm tomorrow! Come out and see all of our amazing clubs and sports teams.

Monday, September 18

  • Congrats to the Batavia Marching Band on their Class 2A Championship at the NIU Red and Black Classic. The marching band won caption awards for Best General Effect and Best Visual while winning the Class 2A championship!
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors! Today is the last day to register for this week’s College Panel. Come and hear from Arizona State University, University of Iowa, North Carolina State University, Michigan Technological University, The University of Alabama and The University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  Wednesday’s Panel is held during 2nd Block this week.
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in education? Would you like to talk with teachers, counselors, social workers, and administration in the Batavia school district? Are you interested it attending leadership conferences at Aurora University? If so, then Educators Rising is the club for you. Ed Rising will meet today in C221 at 2:40 and Tuesday morning at 7:00. Please contact Carolyn Smith if you have any questions.
  • The first meeting of the Science National Honor Society will be after school in room D209 or tomorrow morning before school. Please contact Mrs. Fabian with any questions. You should have received an email invitation to join.
  • Class Olympics Tonight!!  Who will be the victor? Freshman? Sophomores? Juniors?  Or the champion Seniors?  Main gym opens at 7 come dressed in your class colors to cheer on your class!

Friday, September 15

  • Dog Pound lanyards are in! Stop by the ticket booth during lunch today to get your lanyard! All Dog Pound members should stop by the ticket booth during lunch today to get their lanyard.
  • Want to STRIKE up some fun? Join the bowling club! No bowling skills required. First game today after school.
  • Homecoming Dance Tickets and T-Shirts are on sale online (check your email for the link)!
  • The first meeting of the Science National Honor Society will be on Monday, September 18th afterschool in room D209 or Tuesday morning before school. Please contact Mrs. Fabian with any questions. You should have received an email invitation to join.

Thursday, September 14

  • Dog Pound membership has been re-opened for anyone who may want to join. Registration will close tonight at 11:59 so do not wait too long to register! Shirts and lanyards can be picked up this Friday during lunch periods. Today is the last day that you will be able to sign up for Dog pound so don’t forget to purchase a membership through 5 Star.
  • Homecoming Dance Tickets and T-Shirts are on sale online (check your email for the link)!
  • Female athletes interested in learning more about the upcoming winter girls wrestling season are invited to attend an all-girls informational meeting in ROOM C119 today after school @ 2:40 PM.  Fall athletes – this meeting will be short.  Swing by after school before your practices to pick up paperwork.
  • Want to STRIKE up some fun? Join the bowling club! No bowling skills required. First game this Friday after school. Stop by the LRC today or tomorrow for more information and a permission slip.
  • The first meeting of the Science National Honor Society will be on Monday, September 18th afterschool in room D209 or Tuesday morning before school. Please contact Mrs. Fabian with any questions. You should have received an email invitation to join.

Wednesday, September 13

  • Anime Club watches and discusses favorite Anime series together.  Our next meeting is today after school in room C-109.  New members are always welcome. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Interested in making friendship bracelets to prepare for the Era’s Theme Day during homecoming week? Interact Club will be making bracelets to sell during our after school meeting today at 2:40p. While you are there learn about our club and volunteering activities we have coming up! All students are invited to make their own or buy a premade bracelet during late start on 9/14 in the atrium for $3.
  • Math Team will meet TODAY in C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are an honors math student and are interested in showing off your problem solving skills, then this is the club for you. Please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith if you have any questions.
  • Crying? There’s no crying in baseball! Find out why today after school by coming to Film Club as we watch the classic film, A League of Their Own, starring Madonna, Tom Hanks, and many more. We’ll meet in room A121 at 2:45. Contact Mr. Casburn with any questions.
  • Female athletes interested in learning more about the upcoming winter girls wrestling season are invited to attend an all-girls informational meeting in ROOM C119 on Thursday @ 2:40 PM.  Fall athletes – this meeting will be short.  Swing by after school before your practices to pick up paperwork.
  • Want to go to our Homecoming Dance on September 23, 2023? Have questions about buying a ticket? Bring a guest? Or what our theme days are? Check your email that was sent to all students and you will find all the information you need!
  • The first meeting of the Science National Honor Society will be on Monday, September 18th afterschool in room D209 or Tuesday morning before school. Please contact Mrs. Fabian with any questions. You should have received an email invitation to join.

Tuesday, September 12

  • Hey Seniors! This coming Wednesday, September 13th NHS is hosting a Senior sunrise event! There will be donuts for breakfast and there will be photo opportunities. Be at the field by 6:15 AM with a blanket and chair to watch the sunrise and kick off our senior year together! Be on the lookout for an email from Mrs. Burns with details!
  • Anime Club watches and discusses favorite Anime series together.  Our next meeting is this Wednesday (9/13) after school in room C-109.  New members are always welcome. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Interested in making friendship bracelets to prepare for the Era’s Theme Day during homecoming week? Interact Club will be making bracelets to sell during our after school meeting on Wednesday, 9/13 in B125 at 2:40p. While you are there learn about our club and volunteering activities we have coming up! All students are invited to make their own or buy a premade bracelet during late start on 9/14 in the atrium for $3.
  • Math Team will meet this Wednesday in C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are an honors math student and are interested in showing off your problem solving skills, then this is the club for you. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith.
  • Crying? There’s no crying in baseball! Find out why this Wednesday after school by coming to Film Club as we watch the classic film, A League of Their Own, starring Madonna, Tom Hanks, and many more. We’ll meet in room A121 at 2:45. Contact Mr. Casburn with any questions.

Monday, September 11

  • If you love nature and want to learn more about the environment: Check out Eco Club!  We will be meeting today after school in room C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • It’s time to buzz in if you have all the answers. The BHS Scholastic Bowl is holding their first official team practice today after school in D103. If you have questions about today’s or future practices, please contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net or Ms. Ryterske at kathryn.ryterske@bps101.net for more information.
  • Are you are interested in pursuing a career in education? Are you interested in becoming a counselor, social worker, school psychologist, or administrator? If so, then Ed Rising is the club for you. We will meet today in C221 from 2:40-3:30. Please contact Mrs. Smith if you have any questions.
  • Model UN is having an informational meeting after school tomorrow in C106 If you are interested in the club please attend the meeting or contact Mr. Shields.
  • The first art club meeting is tomorrow after school in room D111. It starts at 2:40 and goes until 4:00 pm. Anyone is welcome! Please email Miss Jensen with any questions.
  • Hey Seniors! This coming Wednesday, September 13th NHS is hosting a Senior sunrise event! There will be donuts for breakfast and there will be photo opportunities. Be at the field by 6:15 AM with a blanket and chair to watch the sunrise and kick off our senior year together! Be on the lookout for an email from Mrs. Burns with details!
  • Math Team will meet this Wednesday in C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are an honors math student and are interested in showing off your problem solving skills, then this is the club for you. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Bartos, Mr. Ozarka, or Mrs. Smith.
  • Anime Club watches and discusses favorite Anime series together.  Our next meeting is this Wednesday (9/13) after school in room C-109.  New members are always welcome. Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Interested in making friendship bracelets to prepare for the Era’s Theme Day during homecoming week? Interact Club will be making bracelets to sell during our after school meeting on Wednesday, 9/13 in B125 at 2:40p. While you are there learn about our club and volunteering activities we have coming up! All students are invited to make their own or buy a premade bracelet during late start on 9/14 in the atrium for $3.

Friday, September 8

  • Dog Pound shirts are here! Stop by the ticketbooth during your lunch to pick up your dog pound gear. Anyone who paid for a membership should pick up their shirts today during 3rd block.
  • Brief Bowling Club meeting after school today in the LRC. All levels of bowlers are welcome! Contact Mrs. A. Miller or Mrs. Tieri-Ton with any questions.
  • If you love nature and want to learn more about the environment: Check out Eco Club!  Our next meeting is Monday Sept 11 after school in room C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • The first Art Club meeting is Tuesday, September 12th in room D111. It starts at 2:40 and goes until 4:00 pm. Anyone is welcome! Please email Miss Jensen with any questions.
  • Model UN is having an informational meeting after school Tuesday, September 12th in C106 If you are interested in the club please attend the meeting or contact Mr. Shields.
  • Enjoy making various foods? Foods club will have our first meeting on Wednesday, Sept 13th afterschool in the foods classroom. Come learn how to make different projects each meeting.

Thursday, September 7

  • September is Library Card Sign Up Month. Stop by the LRC desk and show us your current public library card, and we will give you a coupon for a free coffee, tea, or hot chocolate.
  • No matter your prior experience, Batavia’s new STEM Magazine, Stellarum, wants YOU to research, write, and share about the things you love. Want to join our crew? Publication begins after school today, in room C207.
  • Brief Bowling Club meeting after school in the LRC on Friday, Sept 8. All levels of bowlers are welcome! Contact Mrs. A. Miller or Mrs. Tieri-Ton with any questions.
  • If you love nature and want to learn more about the environment: Check out Eco Club!  Our next meeting is Monday Sept 11 after school in room C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • Model UN is having an informational meeting after school Tuesday, September 12th in C106 If you are interested in the club please attend the meeting or contact Mr. Shields.
  • Enjoy making various foods? Foods club will have our first meeting on Wednesday, Sept 13th afterschool in the foods classroom. Come learn how to make different projects each meeting.

Wednesday, September 6

  • Students must check out through the nurse to leave due to illness. (You cannot text home to have a parent come to get YOU without going through the nurse.) AGAIN …… Students must check out through the nurse to leave due to illness. (You cannot text home to have a parent come to get YOU without going through the nurse.)
  • Congrats to the Varsity, JV and Frosh A volleyball teams on their conference wins against Lake Park last night! Come out and support all teams at home against Naperville North tomorrow night!
  • Today is the last day to sign up for the Dog Pound. You can access our school store through 5 Star or check your inbox from last week for an email. Membership gets you 4 shirts, a lanyard, early access to seating, and giveaways throughout the season. Sign up by midnight tonight!
  • Today after school there is a 10 minute informational meeting for Psychology club in C117.
  • International Club will have its first meeting of the year in room C101 after school today. All are welcome to attend.
  • Enjoy making various foods? Foods club will have our first meeting on Wednesday, Sept 13th after school in the foods classroom. Come learn how to make different projects each meeting.
  • Do you like to write? Creative Writing Club will be meeting every other week starting with our first meeting after school on Wednesday, 9/6/23. We will meet after school in room A121. Questions about Creative Writing Club? Contact Mr. Casburn.
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Students will host its first meeting tomorrow morning during late start Thursdays at 7:07am in room C109. All are welcome to come as we dive into the Bible, spend time with fellow Christians and pray together as a group. Donuts or treats will be included. If you have any questions, email amy.nelson@bps101.net- club sponsor.
  • Do you have an interest in endangered species, astronomy, or even quantum computing? Well, Batavia’s brand-new STEM Magazine, Stellarum, is the perfect place to learn more about what you love! Interested applicants should swing by room C207 after school tomorrow!
  • Do you like discussing current events and issues? Please join us for the first Political Debate Club meeting of this year on Thursday, right after school in Room C110.
  • Brief Bowling Club meeting after school in the LRC on Friday, Sept 8. All levels of bowlers are welcome! Contact Mrs. A. Miller or Mrs. Tieri-Ton with any questions.

Tuesday, September 5

  • Students must check out through the nurse to leave due to illness. (You cannot text home to have a parent come to get YOU without going through the nurse.) AGAIN …… Students must check out through the nurse to leave due to illness. (You cannot text home to have a parent come to get YOU without going through the nurse.)
  • Come find out what psychology club is all about! Meet at 2:40 in C117 this Wednesday for a 10 minute informational. Everyone is welcomed
  • Enjoy making various foods? Foods club will have our first meeting on Wednesday, Sept 13th afterschool in the foods classroom. Come learn how to make different projects each meeting.
  • Do you like to write? Creative Writing Club will be meeting every other week starting with our first meeting after school on Wednesday, 9/6/23. We will meet after school in room A121. Questions about Creative Writing Club? Contact Mr. Casburn.
  • Stellarum’s first meeting will be Thursday after school in room C207. Come join us for an informational meeting about BHS’s first science magazine. We are looking for members to help write, edit, design and publish for this years issues.
  • Pride Alliance will be meeting today in the LRC after school until 3:15. Our weekly meetings are called Pride Cafe, where you can come relax, craft, game, or work on homework. All are welcome to join. Reach out to Ms Tieri Ton with any questions.
  • For those interested in Youth & Government Club our first meeting is tomorrow, Wednesday after school.
  • Model UN is having an informational meeting after school September 12th in C106.  If you are interested in learning about how the UN operates and being a part of Batavia’s Model UN competitions this fall, come to the meeting.  Contact Mr. Shields with any questions.

Wednesday, August 30

  • Do you love pizza and helping our community? Meet us in B125 after school today. Interact will host our kick off party where you will learn about mentoring elementary students and feed your hunger for volunteering!
  • Anime Club is having its first meeting after school today in room C-109.  If you enjoy watching and discussing Anime, this is the club for you!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • 📣 Good morning, fellow Mathletes! 📣If you love solving challenging math problems, learning new advanced math, and working collaboratively with fellow math enthusiasts, then the Math Team is the perfect place for you. Our first meeting will take place today after school in room C221. Whether you’re a seasoned problem solver or just curious about delving into the world of mathematics, we welcome all students to come and join us. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Mr. Ozarka, Mr. Bartos, or Mrs. Smith.
  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Students will host its first meeting on September 7th during late start Thursdays at 7:07am in room C109. All are welcome to come as we dive into the Bible, spend time with fellow Christians and pray together as a group. Donuts or treats will be included. If you have any questions, email amy.nelson@bps101.net- club sponsor.

 

Tuesday, August 29

  • Congrats to the Varsity Girls golf team on beating Wheaton North yesterday. Lauren Sudler paved the way for the Dawgs while Mandy Naylor, Avery Sheehan, and Brooke Besic rounded out the top 4. Great job ladies!
  • Congrats to the freshman boys soccer team for beating Sycamore 5-3 last night. Two goals by Nolan Grimm and Michael Bergman with one goal from Michael Quinlan to complete the scoring. Good luck today against Neuqua Valley to all the teams!
  • Ready to get into the Bulldog Spirit!? Join Student Council. Join us tomorrow morning at 7:00AM in A101. We are looking for students to help us with Homecoming, Class Olympics, Our Homecoming Assembly, Parade and More! Come be apart of our Bulldog community. Check your email and fill out the Google form from Mrs. Powers.
  • Video Club will be meeting on today in room A131. Are you interested in filming, editing, and learning new and fun skills with the camera and adobe premiere pro? If so, join us for Video Club. Our first meeting is today after school in room A131.
  • Are you hungry before school to learn about volunteering and enjoy donuts? Join Interact in B125 tomorrow morning at 7:15a. Do you love pizza and helping our community? Meet us in B125 after school today. Interact will host our kick off party where you will learn about mentoring elementary students and feed your hunger for volunteering!
  • CALLING ALL SENIORS: Are you passionate about social studies? Are you looking for opportunities to engage in the civic process and become an active participant in our democracy? The Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society will be holding a BRIEF informational meeting tomorrow morning in C106 at 7:20. Applications will be distributed at this meeting, Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.
  • Anime Club is having it’s first meeting today after school in room C-109.  If you enjoy watching and discussing Anime, this is the club for you!  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • 📣 Good morning, fellow Mathletes! 📣If you love solving challenging math problems, learning new advanced math, and working collaboratively with fellow math enthusiasts, then the Math Team is the perfect place for you. Our first meeting will take place today after school in room C221. Whether you’re a seasoned problem solver or just curious about delving into the world of mathematics, we welcome all students to come and join us. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Mr. Ozarka, Mr. Bartos, or Mrs. Smith.
  • You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth! Film Club will be having our first meeting today after school in room A121. Contact Mr. Casburn for more information. What will we watch next?

Friday, August 25

  • The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting today after school in room C206. Please see Mr. Marzullo in room C206 if you have any questions.
  • The Batavia Scholastic Bowl Team will hold an open practice on Monday, August 28th at 2:45 in D103 for anyone interested in joining us for the 2023-24 season. If you like trivia and are the quickest to buzz in, stop by and see what it is all about. Can’t go but are interested? Contact kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net or kathryn.ryterske@bps101.net.
  • Educators Rising will hold an ice cream social on Monday, August 28th in room C221 from 2:40-3:30. If you are interested in pursuing a career in education, then this club is for you. Please join us and learn about our calendar of events for the year. If you have any questions, email carolyn.smith@bps101.net
  • 🖥️ Are you passionate about coding, programming, and all things tech-related? Do you dream of creating innovative apps, websites, or software? If so, we invite you to join the Computer Science Club!📅 Our first meeting will be held after school next Tuesday, August 29th, in room D110. Whether you’re a coding prodigy or a beginner looking to explore the world of computer science, we welcome all levels of experience.🎉 Get ready for a year filled with coding challenges, workshops, SMASH Bros. tournaments, and opportunities to learn from industry professionals. It’s a chance to collaborate with like-minded peers and turn your digital dreams into reality.👾 If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mr. Ozarka.
  • Video Club will be meeting on Tuesday, August 29th in room A131. Are you interested in filming, editing, and learning new and fun skills with the camera and adobe premiere pro? If so, join us for Video Club. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, August 29th in room A131.
  • BHS Pride Alliance – our LGBTQIA+ community here at Batavia High School – is kicking off the new school year with a Back to School Bash in the LRC after school on Tuesday. Join us for crafts, swag, games, and a free pop up closet from Out of the Closet Charity. We will be there until 3:30, so come for the whole time, or as much as you can.  We will be accepting donations for the free pop up closet for students till next Tuesday. Email Ms. Tieri Ton with any questions!
  • Ready to get into the Bulldog Spirit!? Join Student Council. Join us on Wednesday, August 30th at 7:00AM in A101. We are looking for students to help us with Homecoming, Class Olympics, Our Homecoming Assembly, Parade and More! Come be apart of our Bulldog community. Check your email and fill out the Google form from Mrs. Powers.

Thursday, August 24

  • Graphics Club starts this week! Graphics Club meets every Thursday after school, and is open to any student who is a current or former graphics student. Reach out to Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions!
  • Fishing Team New Member Meeting is today at 2:30 in driver’s ed. room A133. If you are in a fall sport you don’t need to stay for the meeting, but should stop by, so I can add you to our roster.
  • The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting this Friday after school in room C206. Please see Mr. Marzullo in room C206 if you have any questions. 
  • Pride Alliance is hosting a Back to School Bash in the LRC next week. Part of the bash will include a free pop up closet for students with Out of the Closet charity. If you have any clothes or accessories that you would like to donate, please drop them off in the basket in the LRC this week & through Tuesday! Support access to gender affirming clothing! Reach out to Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions.
  • 🖥️ Are you passionate about coding, programming, and all things tech-related? Do you dream of creating innovative apps, websites, or software? If so, we invite you to join the Computer Science Club!📅 Our first meeting will be held after school next Tuesday, August 29th, in room D110. Whether you’re a coding prodigy or a beginner looking to explore the world of computer science, we welcome all levels of experience.🎉 Get ready for a year filled with coding challenges, workshops, SMASH Bros. tournaments, and opportunities to learn from industry professionals. It’s a chance to collaborate with like-minded peers and turn your digital dreams into reality.👾 If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mr. Ozarka.

Wednesday, August 23

  • Black Student Union is open to everyone! Join us today from 2:35 to 3:10 in room A131. Our goal is to create community, where we can celebrate cultural experiences, and have a safe space to unite
  • Are you looking for a club where you can hang out and meet new friends?  Come check out Open Circle today after school in room B103.  We will have snacks and games.  All are welcome!
  • Interested in Games Club? There will be an informational meeting today after school in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Interested in Chess Team or Chess Club? There will be an informational meeting today after school in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Interested in lending a helping hand and volunteering in our community? Join Interact Club for our informational meeting today after school at 2:35 in B125. Our blue Interact Club flag in the hallway to help you find us!
  • Are you interested in ordering a Letter Jacket or a Class Ring? HerffJones will be here tonight for Family Order Night from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Atrium.  If you would like more information, you can go online at www.HerffJonesIL.com.  Stop by the Main Office if you would like a catalog.  Please bring your Letters and Numerals to order night!
  • Graphics Club starts this week! Graphics Club meets every Thursday after school, and is open to any student who is a current or former graphics student. Reach out to Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions!
  • The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be holding an informational meeting this Friday after school in room C206. Please see Mr. Marzullo in room C206 if you have any questions.
  • 🖥️ Are you passionate about coding, programming, and all things tech-related? Do you dream of creating innovative apps, websites, or software? If so, we invite you to join the Computer Science Club!  📅 Our first meeting will be held after school next Tuesday, August 29th, in room D110. Whether you’re a coding prodigy or a beginner looking to explore the world of computer science, we welcome all levels of experience.  🎉 Get ready for a year filled with coding challenges, workshops, SMASH Bros. tournaments, and opportunities to learn from industry professionals. It’s a chance to collaborate with like-minded peers and turn your digital dreams into reality. 👾 If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mr. Ozarka.
  • Pride Alliance is hosting a Back to School Bash in the LRC next week. Part of the bash will include a free pop up closet for students with Out of the Closet charity. If you have any clothes or accessories that you would like to donate, please drop them off in the basket in the LRC this week & through Tuesday! Support access to gender affirming clothing! Reach out to Ms. Tieri Ton if you have any questions.

Tuesday, August 22

  • Congratulations to the Freshman Boys Soccer Team on their season opening 3-1 win against Sycamore last night! The goal scorers were Aidan Triplett with two goals and Mikhail Beri with one of his own. Way to start the season off strong boys!  Come out and support your Boys’ Soccer Program tonight as all levels will be taking on West Aurora at home!
  • Looking for a club to join? Best Buddies is hosting an ice cream social today right after school until 4pm. Stop by for some free ice cream and more information about Best Buddies. If you are unable to make it but have questions please contact Mrs. McEwen or Mrs. Healy
  • The school newspaper is holding its weekly meeting in C120 immediately after school today. Please plan on attending if you would like to write, photograph or edit for the newspaper. If you cannot attend but you’re interested in helping, please email the sponsor at troy.murray@bps101.net.
  • Interested in lending a helping hand and volunteering in our community? Join Interact Club for our informational meeting on Wednesday before school at 7:15a and after school at 2:35 in B125. Our blue Interact Club flag in the hallway to help you find us!
  • Start the year right – join Key Club! We meet twice a week – Tuesday at 7:15 am or Thursday at 2:45 pm. Both meetings take place in A101. Come see how you can volunteer throughout the school and community. See you there!
  • Interested in Games Club? There will be an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Interested in Chess Team or Chess Club? There will be an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Are you interested in ordering a Letter Jacket or a Class Ring?  HerffJones will be here tomorrow, Wednesday, August 23rd for Family Order Night from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Atrium.  If you would like more information, you can go online at www.HerffJonesIL.com.  Stop by the Main Office if you would like a catalog.  Please bring your Letters and Numerals to order night!
  • Amnesty International has been fighting bad guys since 1961. Join the Batavia High School Chapter of Amnesty International tomorrow after school in C123 to discuss and advocate for human rights both at home and abroad. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.

 

Monday, August 21

  • If you want to learn about the environment and what you can do to make a difference, check out Eco Club! Our first meeting is today after school at 2:40 in room C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Looking for a club to join? Best Buddies is hosting an ice cream social tomorrow Tuesday, right after school until 4pm. Stop by for some free ice cream and more information about Best Buddies. If you are unable to make it but have questions please contact Mrs. McEwen or Mrs. Healy
  • The school newspaper is holding its weekly meeting in C120 immediately after school tomorrow, Tuesday. Please plan on attending if you would like to write, photograph or edit for the newspaper. If you cannot attend but you’re interested in helping, please email the sponsor at troy.murray@bps101.net.
  • Amnesty International has been fighting bad guys since 1961. Join the Batavia High School Chapter of Amnesty International tomorrow after school in C123 to discuss and advocate for human rights both at home and abroad. Contact Mr. Ray with any questions.
  • Interested in Games Club? There will be an informational meeting after school on Wednesday, the 23rd in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Interested in Chess Team or Chess Club? There will be an informational meeting after school on Wednesday, the 23rd in room C200. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Tanka in room C200 throughout the day.
  • Are you interested in ordering a Letter Jacket or a Class Ring?  HerffJones will be here on Wednesday, August 23rd for Family Order Night from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Atrium.  If you would like more information, you can go online at www.HerffJonesIL.com Stop by the Main Office if you would like a catalog. Please bring your Letters and Numerals to order night!
  • Interested in Bass Fishing? Come to our informational meeting for new members Thursday, August 24th in A131 at 2:30.
  • Are you passionate about supporting the LGBTQIA+ community here at BHS? The Pride Action Committee is a dedicated group of students who work on hosting events and increasing acceptance, celebration, and understanding of LGBTQIA+ issues. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please email Ms.T at kathleen.tieriton@bps101.net.

Friday, August 18

  • Congrats to the Varsity Girls Golf Team on winning the Huntley invite by 13 strokes yesterday out of 14 teams! Mya Henderson placed 4th, Danielle Domanus placed 10th, and Amanda Naylor and Avery Sheehan tied for 11th for the Bulldogs! Way to go ladies!
  • Picture Make-Up day will be next Monday, the 21st for any student that has not had their picture taken yet.
  • Do you like trivia? Are you the fastest to buzz in? The BHS Scholastic Bowl Team is looking for new members at the junior varsity and varsity level. Questions range from math and science, to literature and the arts; history and current events, to sports and pop culture. The team is holding open practices next Monday, August 21st and the following Monday, August 28th in D103 at 2:45. Have questions? Contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net or Ms. Ryterske at kathryn.ryterske@bps101.net for information. Come by and see what all the buzz is about.
  • If you want to learn about the environment and what you can do to make a difference, check out Eco Club! Our first meeting is this Monday at 2:40 in room C-109.  Contact Mrs. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Looking for a club to join? Best Buddies is hosting an ice cream social on Tuesday, August 22nd right after school until 4pm. Stop by for some free ice cream and more information about Best Buddies. If you are unable to make it but have questions please contact Mrs. McEwen or Mrs. Healy.
  • Interested in Bass Fishing? Come to our informational meeting for new members Thursday, August 24th in A131 at 2:30.
  • Are you passionate about supporting the LGBTQIA+ community here at BHS? The Pride Action Committee is a dedicated group of students who work on hosting events and increasing acceptance, celebration, and understanding of LGBTQIA+ issues. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please email Ms.T at kathleen.tieriton@bps101.net.
  • Start the year right – join Key Club! We meet twice a week – Tuesday at 7:15 am or Thursday at 2:45 pm. Both meetings take place in A101. Come see how you can volunteer throughout the school and community. See you there!

Thursday, August 17

  • Picture Make-Up day will be next Monday, the 21st for any student that has not had their picture taken yet.
  • Vocal auditions for Mean Girls are today after school! Sign up for a slot on the board outside the choir room. Scan the QR code on the board for the contract and options for what to sing at the audition. Dancing auditions will be tomorrow after school in the black box. See you there!
  • Interested in Bass Fishing? Come to our informational meeting for new members Thursday, August 24th in A131 at 2:30.
  • Do you like trivia? Are you the fastest to buzz in? The BHS Scholastic Bowl Team is looking for new members at the junior varsity and varsity level. Questions range from math and science, to literature and the arts; history and current events, to sports and pop culture. The team is holding open practices next Monday, August 21st and the following Monday, August 28th in D103 at 2:45. Have questions? Contact Ms. Pearlman at kimberly.pearlman@bps101.net or Ms. Ryterske at kathryn.ryterske@bps101.net for information. Come by and see what all the buzz is about.
  • Are you passionate about supporting the LGBTQIA+ community here at BHS? The Pride Action Committee is a dedicated group of students who work on hosting events and increasing acceptance, celebration, and understanding of LGBTQIA+ issues. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please email Ms.T at kathleen.tieriton@bps101.net.

Wednesday, August 16

  • Picture Make-Up day will be next Monday, the 21st for any student that has not had their picture taken yet.
  • Interested in trying out for the BHS fall musical Mean Girls? Come to the informational meeting after school today from 2:45 to 3:45 in the black box. You can learn all you need to know about trying out. Auditions will be the 17th and 18th after school. Don’t forget to sign up on the Drama Board outside the choir room! See you there!

 

Thursday, May 25

  • Batavia High School’s stem magazine, Stellarum, has finished its first ever publication! It features the hard work of students passionate about science, and even has a word search!  Swing by the LRC to check it out!
  • The city of Batavia celebrates BHS junior Alek Simeunovic for his Fox Valley Code Buddies program, which was recently recognized by Governor Pritzker for “exemplary leadership and community service.” You can read more about his story in the Kane County Chronicle, way to go Alek!

Monday, May 22

  • Attention all students – Please take all belongings out of the PE locker room by Thursday, May 25th. Students who had PE during 1st semester and left their belongings can stop by the locker room before or after school, or throughout the day. Items left after Thursday, May 25th will be removed. If you have any questions please find a PE teacher.
  • The final Future Creative Professionals meeting of the year is today after school. We will have guest speakers that are current college speakers. Location TBD! Check classroom later today.

Friday, May 19

  • Attention all students – Please take all belongings out of the PE locker room by Thursday, May 26th. Students who had PE during 1 semester and left their belongings can stop by the locker room before or after school, or throughout the day. Items left after Thursday, May 26th will be removed. If you have any questions please find a PE teacher.
  • There will be a boys volleyball open gym TODAY, May 19th after school from 3-4:30 in the main gym. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Hoti.
  • The winners of the Coffee Bar Raffle are Nate Schafer and Hollyn Ambre!  Congratulations!  Pick up your prize during your lunch today!!

Thursday, May 18

  • Attention all students – Please take all belongings out of the PE locker room by Thursday, May 26th. Students who had PE during 1 semester and left their belongings can stop by the locker room before or after school, or throughout the day. Items left after Thursday, May 26th will be removed. If you have any questions please find a PE teacher.
  • Seniors! Tomorrow is your last day at BHS! Everyone should be so proud of all they’ve accomplished. Let’s see where you all are headed next year by wearing your college or military branch of choice t-shirt.
  • Girls wrestling is THE FASTEST growing sport in the USA. All Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls who are thinking about wrestling next winter and want to learn some basic skills are invited to come to our FREE open mat session today from 4:30 to 6 PM in the wrestling room. Our current girls team will be there to support you. Scan the QR code on the hall flyers to register, AND email Coach Bayer or stop by C119 if you have any questions.
  • There will be a boys volleyball open gym TOMORROW, May 19th after school from 3-4:30 in the main gym. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Hoti.

Tuesday, May 16

  • Seniors – reminder tonight is Senior Sunset! Meet at Bulldog Stadium at 7:30 to watch the sunset and then stay for a showing of High School Musical.
  • Hey Seniors! Tomorrow’s theme is “Anything but a backpack.” Bring your stuff to school in anything but a backpack. Reminder – you cannot use anything with a heartbeat as your backpack. As a reminder – this theme day is just for seniors. And seniors – keep it classy!
  • SNHS please come pick up your cords after school today or tomorrow in D209.
  • Eco Club will have its final meeting after school today. Join us in room C-109 to meet the new officers and learn ways to stay connected over the summer.  Contact Mr. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Anime Club is meeting after school on Wednesday, May 17. Join us in room C-109.  Contact Mr. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Girls wrestling is THE FASTEST growing sport in the USA. All Freshman, Sophomore and Junior girls who are thinking about wrestling next winter and want to learn some basic skills are invited to come to our FREE open mat session this Thursday from 4:30 to 6 PM in the wrestling room. Our current girls team will be there to support you. Scan the QR code on the hall flyers to register, AND email Coach Bayer or stop by C119 if you have any questions.

Monday, May 15

  • We’re playing bingo today! All students and staff are welcome to join in on the fun. If you did not get a bingo card as you walked into the building this morning, extras can be found in the counseling advising office. There is only one bingo card per student and staff member. BINGO numbers will be called out over the announcements during the last five minutes of 1st, 2nd, and 4th block. If you don’t hear the announcements, the numbers will be posted on the BHS Student Council Instagram page @bataviastudentcouncil. Gift card and candy prizes are available. Good luck to all!
  • Eco Club will have its final meeting after school on Tuesday, May 16. Join us in room C-109 to meet the new officers and learn ways to stay connected over the summer.  Contact Mr. Faulhaber for more information.
  • SNHS please come pick up your cords after school Tuesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 17 in D209.
  • Seniors! Come join National Honor Society and the rest of your class for Senior Sunset! It is Tuesday, May 16 on the football field. Come at 7:30 PM to watch the sunset and stay for a showing of High School Musical. First 300 get a little treat!
  • Anime Club is meeting after school on Wednesday, May 17. Join us in room C-109. Contact Mr. Faulhaber for more information.
  • The Pride Alliance end of year Picnic is tomorrow – Tuesday May 16th! Please check our Classroom for details. We hope you can make it to celebrate a great year and to send off our senior members! See Ms. T with any questions.

Friday, May 12

  • Waubonsee Community College will be in the atrium today during all lunches. Feel free to gather information and talk to their rep.
  • Future Creative Professionals will be in the atrium today for our final Art Mart of the year. Check out all the cool products with student designs including the new items this week! Bring your cash!
  • Eco Club will have its final meeting after school on Tuesday, May 16. Join us in room C-109 to meet the new officers and learn ways to stay connected over the summer.  Contact Mr. Faulhaber for more information.
  • Hey Seniors! Next week begins your final week in high school! Make sure to celebrate each spirit day next week. Let’s start off Monday strong with dressing as a “Senior Citizen.”
  • Seniors! Come join National Honor Society and the rest of your class for Senior Sunset! It is Tuesday, May 16 on the football field. Come at 7:30 PM to watch the sunset and stay for a showing of High School Musical. First 300 get a little treat!
  • Congratulations to the JV girls soccer team on their 3-0 win over St. Charles North last night. Our JV team concluded a great season with an 11-3-1 record. Thanks for a fun and memorable season girls!

Thursday, May 11

  • Would you like to win a gift card to Graham’s, a Culver’s Gift Basket, a gift card to the movie theater and more? Best Buddies will be hosting a raffle during all lunches today. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5 – cash only. Winners will be notified this afternoon and can pick up winnings on Friday in the athletic office. All proceeds are used for Best Buddy outings and events. If you have any questions please contact Leah Myers.
  • Girl Ups final meeting of the year will be today after school at 2:40, we will meet in Mrs. Pearlman’s room and go outside to chalk the sidewalk with inspirational quotes from trailblazing females in literature. All are welcome, and as always bring a friend.
  • Attention all boys soccer players planning on trying out next fall: There will be an information meeting today in the cafeteria starting at 2:45 to hand out and discuss summer expectations. If for some reason you cannot attend please touch base with Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, and Coach Patrick.
  • Come see this year’s last But Seriously Folks improv troupe performance tonight at 7pm! Tickets can be found on the Batavia Fine Arts Centre website. See you there!
  • Waubonsee Community College will be in the atrium this Friday during your lunch block. Feel free to gather information and talk to their rep.
  • Future Creative Professionals will be in the atrium today and tomorrow with the art mart! This is our last one this school year taking place at the High School! Check out all the cool products with student designs including the new items this week! Bring your cash!

Wednesday, May 10th

 

  • Would you like to win a gift card to Graham’s, a Culver’s Gift Basket, a gift card to the movie theater and more? Best Buddies will be hosting a raffle during lunches today and tomorrow. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5 – cash only. Winners will be notified on Thursday afternoon and can pick up winnings on Friday in the athletic office. All proceeds are used for Best Buddy outings and events. If you have any questions please contact Leah Myers.
  • Attention all boys soccer players planning on trying out next fall: There will be an information meeting tomorrow, Thursday, in the cafeteria starting at 2:45 to hand out and discuss summer expectations. If for some reason you cannot attend please touch base with Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, and Coach Patrick.
  • Come see this year’s last But Seriously Folks improv troupe performance on Thursday, May 11th at 7pm! Tickets can be found on the Batavia Fine Arts Centre website. See you there!
  • Girl Ups final meeting of the year will be tomorrow after school at 2:40, we will meet in Mrs. Pearlman’s room and go outside to chalk the sidewalk with inspirational quotes from trailblazing females in literature. All are welcome, and as always bring a friend.
  • Waubonsee Community College will be in the atrium this Friday during your lunch block. Feel free to gather information and talk to their rep.
  • Cap & Gown delivery is today during lunches. Please stop by the atrium and pick up your gown.

Tuesday, May 9

  • There will be a pre-season volleyball meeting for any girl’s interested in trying out tomorrow morning at 7:15am in C113. Please email Coach Kelsay with any questions or if you aren’t able to make it.
  • Change up your yoga routine with these fresh yoga poses to spark joy and energize your body for summer! Join us tomorrow morning in the Dance Gym from 6:45-7:15 AM. Everyone is welcome! Namaste.
  • Girl Ups final meeting of the year will be on Thursday, May 11th at 2:40, we will meet in Mrs. Pearlman’s room and go outside to chalk the sidewalk with inspirational quotes from trailblazing females in literature. All are welcome, and as always bring a friend.
  • Attention all boys soccer players planning on trying out next fall: There will be an information meeting Thursday, May 11th in the cafeteria starting at 2:45 to hand out and discuss summer expectations. If for some reason you cannot attend please touch base with Coach G, Coach O’Reilly, and Coach Patrick.
  • Today is the last day to submit a “Recognize a Teacher” form for Teacher Appreciation Week! Search your email for the apple emoji on the subject line for the link. Submit as many responses as you need!
  • Come see this year’s last But Seriously Folks improv troupe performance on Thursday, May 11th at 7pm! Tickets can be found on the Batavia Fine Arts Centre website. See you there!
  • Cap & Gown delivery is today and tomorrow during lunches. Please stop by the atrium and pick up your gown. 

Monday, May 8th

  • Eco Club meets today after school in room C-109.  See Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • Would you like to win a gift card to Graham’s, a Culver’s Gift Basket, a gift card to the movie theater and more? Best Buddies will be hosting a raffle during lunches Tuesday, May 9th through Thursday, May 11th. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5 – cash only. Winners will be notified on Thursday afternoon and can pick up winnings on Friday in the athletic office. All proceeds are used for Best Buddy outings and events. If you have any questions please contact Leah Myers
  • Change up your yoga routine with these fresh yoga poses to spark joy and energize your body for summer! Join us WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th in the Dance Gym from 6:45-7:15 AM. Everyone is welcome! Namaste.
  • There will be a pre-season volleyball meeting for any girl’s interested in trying out next year on Wednesday at 7:15am in C113. Please email Coach Kelsay with any questions or if you aren’t able to make it.

 

Friday, May 5th

  • Interested in how to pursue an education in beauty, hair and more? Learn cosmetology or specialize in skincare by studying at Chicago’s Aveda Institute esthetician school. Learn more from an institute representative during your lunch break today in the Atrium.
  • The Spring Celebration Assembly is today from 1:40-2:30 in the main gym.
  • Eco Club meets Monday after school in room C-109.  See Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • Would you like to win a gift card to Graham’s, a Culver’s Gift Basket, a gift card to the movie theater and more? Best Buddies will be hosting a raffle during lunches Tuesday, May 9th through Thursday, May 11th. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5 – cash only. Winners will be notified on Thursday afternoon and can pick up winnings on Friday in the athletic office. All proceeds are used for Best Buddy outings and events. If you have any questions please contact Leah Myers
  • Change up your yoga routine with these fresh yoga poses to spark joy and energize your body for summer! Join us WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th in the Dance Gym from 6:45-7:15 AM. Everyone is welcome! Namaste.

Thursday, May 4th

  • It’s Night In vs Night Out!  Tomorrow wear your Prom t-shirt or any Bulldog Spirit gear!
  • Star Wars Fan???? Stop by the LRC today for a special treat.  May the 4th be with you!
  • Interested in how to pursue an education in beauty, hair and more? Learn cosmetology or specialize in skincare by studying at Chicago’s Aveda Institute esthetician school. Learn more from an institute representative during your lunch break Friday in the Atrium.
  • Would you like to win a gift card to Graham’s, a Culver’s Gift Basket, a gift card to the movie theater and more? Best Buddies will be hosting a raffle during lunches Tuesday, May 9th through Thursday, May 11th. Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5 – cash only. Winners will be notified on Thursday afternoon and can pick up winnings on Friday in the athletic office. All proceeds are used for Best Buddy outings and events. If you have any questions please contact Leah Myers

Wednesday, May 3

  • It’s Denim Day for Spirit Week!  Tomorrow see who prefers Night In vs Night Out!
  • Congratulations to all of our DuKane Conference Literary festival winners. Batavia brought home 30 awards – the most in the conference. Check out the display case outside of C122 for a list of the winners. Like to write? Consider participating next year. Talk to Mr. Casburn or Mrs. A. Miller for details.
  • Please check your email today for an opportunity to recognize a teacher! Next week is “Teacher Appreciation Week” and the Junior Student Council is organizing a special treat for our teachers.
  • Anime Club meets today after school in room C-109.  See Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • There will be a boys volleyball open gym tomorrow morning during late start from 7:00am-8:00am in the main gym. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Hoti

Tuesday, May 2

  • Spirit Week continues with BBQ Dad vs Soccer Mom today.  Tomorrow pull out your denim for Denim Day!
  • Congratulations to all of our DuKane Conference Literary festival winners. Batavia brought home 30 awards – the most in the conference. Check out the display case outside of C122 for a list of the winners. Like to write? Consider participating next year. Talk to Mr. Casburn or Mrs. A. Miller for details.
  • Please check your email today for an opportunity to recognize a teacher! Next week is “Teacher Appreciation Week” and the Junior Student Council is organizing a special treat for our teachers.
  • Tonight is Tri-City Night! Come out to this special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Programs get together for a good cause. Over the past few years, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Geneva, & Batavia have helped local families in need. This year is no different as Batavia High School will play host to a night that will raise money for our own, freshman BHS student Sydney Mowen, a heart transplant success!  1st game at 5:30: St. Charles East vs St. Charles North. 2nd game at 7:30: Batavia vs Geneva
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. We will be meeting today after school in D202. New members are always welcome!
  • Pride Cafe will meet in the graphics room today! See you in A123 after school.
  • Anime Club meets this Wednesday after school in room C-109.  See Mrs. Faulhaber with any questions.
  • There will be a boys volleyball open gym THIS Thursday, May 4th during late start from 7:00am-8:00am in the main gym. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Hoti

Monday, May 1

  • Welcome to Spirit Week!!!  Today is Jersey Day, tomorrow is BBQ Dads vs Soccer Moms!!
  • Tomorrow is Tri-City Night! This is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Programs get together for a good cause. Over the past few years, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Geneva, & Batavia have helped local families in need. This year is no different as Batavia High School will play host to a night that will raise money for our own, freshman BHS student Sydney Mowen, a heart transplant success! Match 1 at 5:30 pm: St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North Match 2 at 7:30 pm: Batavia vs. Geneva
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. We will be meeting tomorrow after school in D202. New members are always welcome!
  • Hey seniors- Did you know that Rachel Blahnik and Josue Rivera were voted MOST MUSICAL by their senior class? The senior superlatives had a few ties on some of the categories. Please be sure to check your email and vote on the google form to break the tie.
  • There will be a boys volleyball open gym THIS Thursday, May 4th during late start from 7:00am-8:00am in the main gym. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Hoti
  • Please check your email today for an opportunity to recognize a teacher! Next week is “Teacher Appreciation Week” and the Junior Student Council is organizing a special treat for our teachers.

Friday, April 28

  • Today during lunch, the Art Mart has a special offer! Buy one sticker or button, get one for free! Peruse the designs today!
  • Come see the student One Act Plays tonight. These plays are directed by BHS senior students who would love to have your support in the audience. You won’t want to miss these shows, tonight 7pm BFAC Black Box, tickets can be found on the BFAC website.
  • Interested in a career in healthcare? Join Future Medical Professionals Club. We will be meeting on Tuesday, 5/2 after school in D202. New members are always welcome!
  • Next Tuesday, May 2nd is Tri-City Night.  This is a special event where the four Tri-City Soccer Programs get together for a good cause. Over the past few years, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Geneva, & Batavia have helped local families in need. This year is no different as Batavia High School will play host to a night that will raise money for our own, freshman BHS student Sydney Mowen, a heart transplant success!
  • Match 1 at 5:30 pm: St. Charles East vs. St. Charles North
  • Match 2 at 7:30 pm: Batavia vs. Geneva
  • Hey seniors- Did you know that Grace Sindelar and Adam Miller were voted MOST ARTISTIC by their senior class? The senior superlatives had a few ties on some of the categories. Please be sure to check your email and vote on the google form to break the tie.
  • Next week is Spirit Week! Each spirit day with have a fun theme: Monday – Jersey Day Tuesday – BBQ Dad vs Soccer Mom Wednesday – Denim Day Thursday – Night In vs Night Out Friday – Prom T-shirt or Bulldog Spirit

Thursday, April 27

  • BHS Art Mart is today and tomorrow! Don’t forget to stop by and see the student designed products. Support your fellow students’ creative pursuits.
  • Join Amnesty International for JAMNESTY in the cafeteria after school today to celebrate human rights and music!
  • Come see the student One Act Plays tonight or tomorrow night. These plays are directed by BHS senior students who would love to have your support in the audience. You won’t want to miss these shows. Tonight and tomorrow night at 7pm in the Batavia Fine Arts center Black Box, tickets can be found on the Batavia Fine Arts Center website.
  • Hey Seniors! Ms. Fricke sent you a survey about your post college plans. Make sure to fill it out by Friday, May 5 at 2:30 PM! Email her if you have any questions.
  • Hey seniors- Did you know that Abby Murphy and Anthony Tonkavich were voted MOST INVOLVED by their senior class? The senior superlatives had a few ties on some of the categories. Please be sure to check your email and vote on the google form to break the tie.
  • Next week is Spirit Week in preparation for Prom! Each day will have a fun theme.
  • Monday – Jersey Day
  • Tuesday – BBQ Dad vs Soccer Mom
  • Wednesday – Denim Day
  • Thursday – Night In vs Night Out
  • Friday – Prom T-shirt or Bulldog Spirit