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Religion department aims to re-do curriculum

The BSM theology department is in the process of changing their curriculum.

Nick Renk, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

The BSM theology department is in the process of change. The department is redesigning the curriculum in an effort to provide more opportunities for underclassmen and junior high students. The department is specifically focusing on providing seminar-style classes to these younger students. Seminar ...

BSM plans for World Language week

BSM plans different activities for World Language week.

Morgan Anderson, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

With World Language Week just around the corner, BSM will be promoting acceptance, the learning of different languages, and becoming more culturally and globally aware.  The language department tries to change things up each year, so this year’s World Language Week will include an essay contest. Th...

Annual 8th grade field trip becomes optional

This years marks the first year that the annual 8th grade field trip to Wolf Ridge is optional.

Flint Frohman, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

For years, students have been required to go to Wolf Ridge in 8th Grade. However, this year that is changing.  This year, students could either go to Wolf Ridge or do local service. Originally, there was also an option to go on a trip to the Bahamas, but that was canceled this year due to a lack o...

Valedictorians and Salutatorians announced for the class of 2020

Eight students earned the title Valedictorian and two earned Salutatorian for their four years of hard work.

Reilly Rahill, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

This year’s senior class will have eight students graduating with the title of Valedictorian, meaning the students completed seven semesters with a 4.0 GPA. Two other students will graduate as a Salutatorian attaining the second-place rank.  The class of 2020’s Valedictorians are Ronan Brew, Sarah Luong...

A Capella festival hosted at BSM

BSM's Red Knotes sang at the Twin Cities a cappella Festival.

Keegan Gustafson, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

The versatility of voices in BSM’s Red Knotes was presented at the Twin Cities a cappella Festival on January 25. Eight schools from all over gathered at BSM for a cappella workshops and performances, three of which were higher level and more professional a cappella schools who worked with the Red...

Inside look at this year’s BPA Competition

Students participated in the competition at Anoka Ramsey Community College.

Sam Best, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

On Friday, January 24, the Business Professions of America team left school for an annual day trip to Anoka Ramsey Community College for a region wide-competition which offered the possibility to qualify for state. BSM brought 56 members to the competition. Blaine and St. Micheal were the only sc...

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