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Students take Advanced Placement Tests for the opportunity to get college credit

Students take Advanced Placement Tests for the opportunity to get college credit

Luke Mathwig, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018


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Students around BSM are both prepping for and taking AP exams over the next two weeks. These AP tests are comprehensive exams for a college-level course and are equivalent to one semester in college. The exams give students an opportunity to get credit for their future college classes so they don’t...

Students in Biomedical Science and Forensics watch live autopsy

Students in Biomedical Science and Forensics watch live autopsy

Kiara Herro, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


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For two class periods, all Biomedical Science and Forensic students got together to watch an autopsy. On May 1, they sat in the theatre and used the video to further the learning that they were doing in their respective classes. BSM worked with Ohio State University to provide the students with a real ...

Alums and seniors gather for annual breakfast

Alums and seniors gather for annual breakfast

Patrick Gallaher, Staff Writer

May 4, 2018


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BSM’s fourth annual breakfast for alumni and senior students was a success, with over 70 alumni returning. The event took place on Tuesday, May 1 and was coordinated by Ms. Mary Fran O’Keefe, who has been involved with BSM for 41 years. Breakfast took place in the Great Hall, where each table sea...

Technology changes update the school

Technology changes update the school

Laura Jennings, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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As the BSM community plans for next year, there are many expected technology changes. These adjustments are set to happen for students, teachers, and classrooms starting the 2018-19 school year. Unlike last year, students will not have to turn in their laptops before summer and can fully ...

Students bring laptops home over the summer

Students bring laptops home over the summer

Carson Jacobsen, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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  One perk of being a student at BSM is that students have their own MacBook Air. These personal computers provide students with many powerful tools to enrich their learning experience. It also teaches students to have a sense of maturity by making them responsible for how they handle their laptops...

Seniors participate in the annual Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair

Seniors participate in the annual Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair

Patrick Gallaher, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018


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The annual Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair took place Sunday, April 8 through Tuesday, April 10 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center. Over 500 students were involved in the competition, including BSM seniors Ben Larson, Alexa Reynders, Mikey Pupel, Felisha Fox, and Spencer...

Spanish III students write books for local elementary school

Spanish III students write books for local elementary school

Kiara Herro, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


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Students currently involved in Spanish combined their language skills with BSM’s mission of servant leading. The students made children’s books written in both Spanish and English for the elementary students at Risen Christ school. The students involved are Spanish III students of all levels inc...

Scholastic Book Fair gives students the opportunity to purchase books and support the school

Scholastic Book Fair gives students the opportunity to purchase books and support the school

John Beutz, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018


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Half-forgotten memories of the bygone days of elementary school came flooding back through the halls of BSM. For two days in a row, the Scholastic Book Fair returned to the lives of BSM students. On the first day, Thursday, April 12, the Book Fair was held in the Library Conference Room. The swiveli...

Speaker from the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center discusses safety with seniors

Speaker from the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center discusses safety with seniors

JinLee Gunvalson, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


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With many students decided or deciding on colleges for next year, one big issue that often goes unconsidered but is going to arise in the upcoming years is safety. Because it is a concern for not only the parents but the students as well, BSM hosted a speaker from the Jacob Wetterling Resource Cente...

BSM Student Council hosts the annual Dogfest event

BSM Student Council hosts the annual Dogfest event

Alexa Reynders, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


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For many years, students, faculty, and staff members have gathered in the Commons with their dogs for BSM’s annual Dogfest. The annual event took place on Wednesday, April 5; dogs of all breeds and sizes were welcomed. Each dog was greeted by a series of barking by every other dog present. This year, t...

Speech captain and senior Henry Bird qualifies for the national tournament in Extemporaneous Speaking

Speech captain and senior Henry Bird qualifies for the national tournament in Extemporaneous Speaking

Turner Wine, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


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As the 2018 speech season comes to an end for most of the team, senior Henry Bird has extended this season by qualifying for the National Speech Tournament in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking. This June, Bird will be flying to Fort Lauderdale, Florida and competing in the NSDA national tournament....

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