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BHS Student Orientation is Aug. 20-21

BHS student orientation is scheduled for Wednesday, August 20 and Thursday, August 21 from 11 am until 6 pm. Due to the construction that has been going on during the summer, access may be limited during our orientation days. Please watch your emails for updates as we get closer to orientation. During orientation, our main office and guidance office will be open so please stop by and let us know how we can help you. Below you will find some specific information regarding class schedules, student pictures, and student parking permits.

Student Class Schedules

Students need to attend orientation and pick up their class schedule. Class schedules are not mailed home. If you are a senior, you must pick up your schedule so you know if you are at the senior campus in the morning or the afternoon. For all students, you need to pick up your schedule so that if there are any questions or concerns, there is time for you to address those with your school counselor. However, remember schedule changes are not made for convenience reasons, i.e. being with friends, having a specific lunch, having a specific teacher, etc.

Student Pictures

Our school's fall picture days are August 20 and 21 during orientation from 11 am until 6 pm. Student pictures will taken in the Mraz Center. You can already visit the website at mylifetouch.com and place orders online. The picture day ID is: MI194017Y0 (all 0 = zero). The online order window for this picture ID will be available until 48 hours after picture day.  

All students, grades 10-12, must get their picture taken in order to receive their student ID. The student ID is provided at no cost.

We encourage you to get your picture taken at orientation. However, if you are out of town or unavailable during orientation, there is a picture make-up day scheduled for Thursday, September 4.

Student Parking Permits

Parking permits will be available during orientation. Please follow the link below to complete the online application. Read carefully and bring the necessary documents and payment to orientation to receive your parking permit.

Online Application

School Supply Resources

Salvation Army  & Mission OutPost at Prince of Peace Church, Burnsville

The Salvation Army will be distributing school supplies through the Mission Outpost/Salvation Army Food Shelf in Burnsville-while supplies last. Please visit here for more information.

360 Communities-Family Support Workers 

This year 360 Communities is partnering with Vineyard Community Services (Fruit of the Vine food shelf) to distribute backpacks and school supplies on August 23 and 30 to families accessing the 360 Communities Burnsville Family Resource Center. Families can call 952-985-5300 to see if vouchers are still available. Families with a 360 Communities Family Support Worker (this includes Burnsville High School) assigned to their local school should contact them after August 25, 2014. If you have any questions, please contact Arianna Lavallee, BHS Family Support Worker, at 952-707-2133.

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Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2014 - 19:20