Cassia County School District is sponsoring a summer feeding program for children.
El distrito de Cassia County School está patrocinando el programa de comida gratis del verano para los niños hasta los 18 años de edad.
The SPARK Afterschool Program has hired high school staff for the past 2 years from BHS that have worked at BJHS, Dworshak, Mountain View, and White Pine Elementaries.
They are are looking for ambitious, hard-working and reliable junior or seniors for the 2017-2018 school year. These students will offer tutoring and homework help to younger students along with fun, energetic activities. The program begins in September 2017 through the end of April 2018, Monday-Thursdays. They prefer seniors with a work release schedule since the program begins before the HS releases.
Complete the application below and email to Mrs. Muir or ask the office to send a it to her at BJHS via inter-office mail. There is also a brochure that explains the program attached below.
Katie Muir, Program Director SPARK Afterschool
The Business Professionals of America State Competition was held this past weekend at Boise State University. Fourteen Bobcats competed in a variety of events where eleven medaled and five placed high enough to qualify for the BPA National Leadership Conference and Competition in Florida in May. To qualify for the national competition, students had to place in the top two in team events or top three in individual events. Congratulations Bobcat Business Professionals!
Yasmeen Cruz, Esmeralda Caldera, Olivia McMurray - Financial Analyst Team
Wendy Portillo - Advanced Accounting
Blake Redhead - Graphic Design Promotion
Emily Hepworth - Intermediate Word Processing
Karin Johnson - 1st place Database Management, 2nd place Fundamental Accounting
Gloria DeTemple - 3rd place Fundamental Accounting, 3rd place Banking and Finance
Riley Young, Carolina Zamudio, Charlotte Nyblade - 2nd place Presentation Management Team
"These young guys are playing checkers. I'm out there playing chess." ~ Kobe Bryant