Category Archives: Status

BHS Cultural Connections Event May 11, from 5 pm – 7 pm

We are excited to present our inaugural BHS Cultural Connections event!!!

The event will be held on Monday, May 11th, from 5pm-7pm in the BHS Commons/NPAC. This event will showcase and celebrate the great diversity within our school community. We’re inviting BHS clubs, as well as future BHS students from feeder pattern schools, to join in the fun. YOU can become a part of this event by volunteering to host an informational table about a culture or to educate and entertain with a cultural performance.

Sign UP to participate Here

Table and Performance sign-ups will CLOSE on Friday, May 1st!!!

Navigating Special Ed Procedural Safeguards

Navigating Special Ed Procedural Safeguards
 
On Monday, December 9, 2019, in the Northshore Middle School Library starting at 7pm there will be a special presentation that will help you navigate and understand your student’s special education rights.
 
Scott Raub, Special Education Parent & Community Liaison, Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), will present and then answer questions about the “Notice of Special Education Procedural Safeguards for Students & Families”—a document provided to families at IEP meetings.
 

Positions open for 2019-2020 PTSA Board

The BHS PTSA has elected Natalie Hanson for VP Of Events for the 2019-2020 Executive Board. We have the following positions still open:
President: OPEN
Secretary: OPEN
VP of Resources: OPEN
VP of Communication: OPEN
VP of Programs: OPEN
 Please email president@bhsptsa.com if you would like to hold one of these positions on the board. It’s a great way to get involved at the high school but without as much time as you’d commit in Middle/Elementary school.
 
We have several Committee Chair positions and would love your help! 
Reflections
Cougar Connection
 
Do you love being part of a team?
Do you love helping others??
Have you wondered what being part of the BHS PTSA is really like???
 
We don’t need a lot of your time but would love a little of your time to check out the listing of BHS PTSA Open Positions 2019-2020 for the 2019-2020 school year and roles and responsibilities on each position.
 
We are happy to answer any questions or put you in touch with someone on the current board that can.  Please email president@bhsptsa.com!
 
Thanks for your time and consideration.  Go Bothell Cougars!

Congratulations to our scholarship recipients

 

The BHS PTSA would like to congratulate Maddie Seidel, Josephine Fodge and Ryan Moore as the 2018 BHS PTSA scholarship winners

While we wish we could award money to every applicant, there are only three scholarships available. Our criteria was straight forward as the scholarship committee considered academic achievement, service, leadership, extra curricular activities and future goals. The applications were blind judged (meaning no names of applicants or personal identification were available to judges).

Please join us when we present these three winners with their award at the PTSA meeting Thursday May 24 at 7 PM in the library.