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BSM tennis coach fired

BSM tennis coach fired

Kayla Farrey and Grace Christenson

September 18, 2018


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BSM boys’ tennis coach, Kevin Rust, was fired Wednesday morning after the administration discovered Rust had been arrested in late June for attempting to solicit sex from what he believed to be an underage girl. Rust was arrested in Barron County, Wisconsin after he responded to a post, set up by ...

BSM hires two new assistant principals

BSM hires two new assistant principals

Kayla Farrey, News Editor

September 13, 2018


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After Ms. Mary Anderson retired and Mr. Seborn Yancy left to pursue another career, BSM hired Ms. Cami Dahlstrom and Mr. Matt Weingartz as assistant principals. They come with over 26 years of experience from previous teaching jobs. These two new administration officials feel it is more productiv...

Student handbook will undergo its yearly review

Student handbook will undergo its yearly review

Alicia Fripp, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


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Unknown to students, every year a review is taken of the Student Handbook. The Administrators at BSM go through it and make changes to make sure that the handbook stays relevant to the community. Even though the handbook is currently being reviewed for next year, it isn’t confirmed that any changes wi...

Ultimate Frisbee “CATS” take on the students

Ultimate Frisbee “CATS” take on the students

Sarah Luong, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


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Coaches, teachers, and alumni came together on Wednesday, May 23, to take on a co-ed students ultimate frisbee team.  While the game went back and forth, and the students put up a good fight, the adult team came prevailed with a 15-9 victory. The students came firing out of the gates, out to a strong lead ...

Engineering room catches fire

Engineering room catches fire

Ronan Brew, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


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Last night, a fire started in the BSM engineering room. Although the sprinklers quickly put out the flame, important elements of the Advanced Competitive Science (ACS) program may be damaged. Every year, the ACS team travels somewhere around the world for an annual robotics tournament. In two weeks, the ...

Summer renovations will start in June

Summer renovations will start in June

Carson Jacobsen, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


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There are many different rumors circulating the halls of BSM about what renovations will be taking place this summer. Last summer, BSM’s renovations included changing the tiled floor pattern of the main entrance and Haben center entrance, as well as resurfacing the parking lot and redoin...

2018 Graduation moves to the turf

2018 Graduation moves to the turf

Ronan Brew, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


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As the 2018 graduation draws nearer for BSM seniors and families, the event has undergone a key change: its location. This year, the once Haben-bound graduation is moving outside to the stadium.   Obviously, the change in venue provides much more room for the ceremony to occur. With weather permit...

BSM implements waiting lists for the 2018-19 year

BSM implements waiting lists for the 2018-19 year

Sarah Luong, Staff Writer

May 25, 2018


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As applications for the 2018-2019 school year pour in, BSM’s admissions staff made the decision to implement a waiting list pool for both the freshman and junior classes. After reaching maximum capacity for the freshman class, this move was necessary in late March in order to manage the expected...

Chemistry students test BSM water sources

Chemistry students test BSM water sources

Jordan Frantz, Staff Writer

May 24, 2018


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This May, chemistry students were challenged to test drinkable water sources around BSM and report their findings to the school community to determine which water source should be used to refill reusable water bottles. Chemistry teachers Ms. Jennifer Roushar, Ms. Lisa Bargas, and Ms. Abbi Baker ass...

Seniors sign with United States Armed Forces and athletics

Seniors sign with United States Armed Forces and athletics

Brielle Baker, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


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On May 16, 2018, six BSM seniors signed to enter the United States Armed Forces. These students include James Norkosky and Noah Swindle, both of whom will be attending the US Air Force Academy in Colorado; Lorenzo Cerda who will be attending the US Naval Academy; Ingrid Lundberg who will be attending ...

Choir performs at annual spring concert

Choir performs at annual spring concert

Luke Coughlin, Staff Writer

May 19, 2018


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Each year, BSM hosts a spring choir, orchestra and band concert each year. This year, the spring choir concert was centered around the theme “Unity in Song” and took place on Wednesday, May 16. The theme allowed the songs to have a deeper message, aimed at change and remembrance. The concert op...

BSM’s annual Day of Giving brings in donations

BSM’s annual Day of Giving brings in donations

Luke Mathwig, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018


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BSM’s annual Day of Giving is a day for families in the community to donate to BSM; this year it is on May 17. The donations from this fundraiser are set up to help out the students and their BSM experience. The goal for this year is for BSM to receive $870,000 in donations, and BSM is on track to reach th...

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