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BHS Open House Sept. 3rd
BHS Open House Sept. 3rd
Mark Bensen
Thursday, August 27, 2020

Bagley High School Open House

September 3, 2020 from 1:00-7:30 pm

(All students, whether they are attending in-person or distance learning, are encouraged to attend.  Families will receive forms that need to be completed and returned, their schedules, the student handbook and other information.

Open House will look different than past years.  The building will be open for ONE parent to attend with their child.  Families will get their back to school packets, pay fees and pick up Chromebooks.

Please attend this event according to the below schedule:

7th Grade and New Students to the district with last names beginning with an A-L 1:00 1:30 - M-Z 1:30-2:00

8th  Grade - 12th Grade students with last name beginning A-L  1:30-3:00

8th  Grade -12 Grade Students with last names beginning M-Z: 3:00 - 4:30

-Evening option -

7th Grade and New Students to the district with last names beginning with A-L 4:30- 500 - M-Z 5:00-5:30

8th -12th grade students with last names beginning A-L: 5:30-6:15 

8th - 12th Grade students with last names beginning M-Z: 6:15-7:00

In order to maintain a safe environment please remember you will need to wear a face covering while in the building and practicing social distancing.  

 To ensure that there is an orderly flow there is a map in this mailing that will show you where meetings will be held, fees can be paid and where you can pick-up your Chromebook.

* Distance learning families will have the option to pick up their paperwork and chromebook on Friday from 7:00 am - 12:30 pm at the high school.  Please understand that teachers will not be available at this time.*

Thank you again for your support and understanding as we navigate through this school year.

Sincerely, 

Mark T. Bensen