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Benton Central Jr.-Sr. High School

Daily Announcements

March 13, 2020

 

*Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, and remain standing as we pause for a moment of silence.*

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands,

 one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

STUDENT OF THE WEEK March 13, 2020

Teacher Nominating           Nominee

  1. WARF – CRYSTAL MARTIN

MRS. AMOR – COURTNEY ALBERTSON

  1. ARTHUR – SUSAN OTERO
  2. BLACK – DREW BROCK

MRS. BUTLER – SUSAN OTERO

  1. CRISLER – KADEN BEST

MRS. DAILY - DAKOTA EVANS

The winner of a $20 VISA Card is:       __KADEN BEST _              

The VISA Card has been donated by:    PURDUE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

Benton Central:Don’t forget to show your school pride with the exclusive BC debit card design, available for

you at Purdue Federal Credit Union. Open an account with Purdue Federal and you can get

free BC CamelBak water bottle! While supplies last. Visit the Win Hentschel Blvd. Purdue

Federal branch in the Purdue Research Park and open your account today! This promotion

ends May 31, 2020. Membership eligibility required. Federally Insured by NCUA.

 

7th Grade All Stars

Mr. Gross Hayden Hinds

Ms. Mullins Tanner Brost

Mr. Hoover Chauncey Keller

Ms. Ferrill Michaela Crisp

Mr. Schmit Aiden Jessie

Mr. Malchow Cole Meihls

Mr. Hardebeck Conner Standifer

Mrs. Strickhouser Delaney Hershberger

 

There is a profusion of unclaimed items on the lost and found tables in front of the cafeteria.  Please study the tables and see if any of these items are yours. Any deserted items will be donated to a local charity if not claimed.  

 

If  you signed up for the Moe's lunch, be sure to come to Sra Screen's room during activity period!

 

Our annual blood drive saw 67 registered donors, 14 medical rejections, and 53 actual donors. That equates to approximately 159 lives that will potentially be saved due to the selflessness of both the adult and student donors. That is no small thing! Many were fearful of donating, yet overcame their fears to do so. It is to those people that we give our heartfelt gratitude. The definition of a hero is one who does what is right, even in the face of fear. We experienced numerous heroes on Thursday. For that, I am profoundly grateful.

 

Juniors and seniors you are invited to travel back in time to the Roaring 20’s with us at the 2020 Prom from 8 to 11 on May 2nd. This year's Prom will be held at Carnahan Hall in Lafayette. Tickets are on sale at lunch at a discounted price of $20 before spring break. The price will increase to $25 after spring break, so get your ticket soon!! You won’t want to miss out on the best prom yet, so buy your ticket soon! 



Thanks to all the 7th and 8th grade students that nominated their favorite BC staff members to the Senior High Student Council. The top three submitted teachers this week, in no particular order, are: Mr. Schmit, Mr. Hoover, and Mr. Hardebeck. The winner this week is.............. MR. SCHMIT! Congratulations from Student Council! Thanks for being awesome teachers!

 

There will be a Volleyball Callout for any 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th Grade Player that wants to Try out for next year with the Lady Bison Volleyball on today during Activity Period in Coach Vernon's Room S140. We will be discussing Spring and Summer Schedules. If you are planning on trying out you need to be at this meeting. Any questions please contact Coach Vernon. 



Word of the day: burden (noun) A load; something which is borne or carried with difficulty.

 

After staying with her friend for three weeks, Sarah began to feel she was becoming a burden and so decided to find a place of her own.

 

Today’s Lunch

Bosco Sticks / Pasta  Sauce

BBQ Chicken/WG Bun

Carrot Coins

Assorted Fruit & Vegetables

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