Kale’s been working diligently on site and has future hopes of focusing on electrical work. His site superintendent highlighted that Kale’s a great worker and that Pumford has hopes for additional work-based learning students in the future. Great job Kale, way to represent the CREEK… and thanks for the heads up about the boots!
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Students in Mrs. Zink's World History classes proved the assembly line is more efficient than individual labor. They created Spinning Zinles, origami toys, using an assembly line. Each student specialized in a different step and the assembly lines created more toys than individuals.
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BC Wresting tonight at home against Standish and Ithaca.
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Cheer finished 2nd at Frankenmuth tonight in TVC competition.
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2023 Alumni Panel - Thank you to those who came back to visit and share their post-secondary experiences.
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Algebra 1 students at BCHS applied their knowledge of linear functions to design their own towns.
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Physics students measuring the coefficient of static friction of their shoes.
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Bullock Creek Building Trades house in progress...
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Work-based learning students personalized and created small “but festive,” tokens of appreciation - to give back to their employers this week. While also enjoying a celebratory snack for themselves. 😉🎄😁
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BCHS Band performing a beautiful Christmas concert tonight.
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BCHS Foods & Nutrition students learn to make Christmas cookies and frosting.
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As part of world history’s Renaissance unit, Mrs. Poole's sixth hour painted, and sculpted, their favorite piece of art from that time frame.
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BCHS is hosting a Career Search today. Wonderful volunteers from a variety of industries here introducing our students to some career options.
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Work-based learning is the intersection of project-based learning and social and emotional learning, as it invites students to work on real-world tasks that will facilitate their ability to obtain employment. The social and emotional learning component? Developing the soft skills, or interpersonal skills, necessary to thrive at work. "Kelsey joined the Dow Credit Union team in August. The last few months she has been performing administrative work for our Member Solutions and Consumer Loan Departments. She assists with maintaining our title tracking records, document imaging and reports." Congratulations Kelsey on all of your hard work and dedication out in the field. Way to work like a LANCER!!
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Work based learning highlight - The purposes of WBL are to build student awareness of potential careers, facilitate student exploration of career opportunities, and begin student preparation for careers. These awareness, exploration, and preparation activities help students make informed decisions about high school course and program enrollment and about postsecondary education and training. "Hannah began working at Greater Midland Community Center in the Early Care and Education Department at the beginning of this school year. Hannah participates in the implementation of daily routines and age/developmentally appropriate learning opportunities. For Hannah this is also a learning and development opportunity as she is able to study child behavior and gain hands-on experience. Hannah can often be found sitting on the floor engaging and interacting with the students, providing high-quality care to the children that are enrolled in our program." Great job Hannah - way to work like a Lancer!
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Creekers for a Cause spent a day of their Thanksgiving Break giving back and serving others in our community. They started out their Saturday by preparing and serving a meal at Open Door, a homeless shelter in Midland. Then, they helped to spread Christmas cheer by working alongside beloved teacher Mrs. MacLachlan's family to decorate their yard.
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Educational Careers students planned and taught short lessons to their internship classes this week for Kindness Week. Mrs. Chappel's first graders enjoyed their bucket-filling lesson with Junior, Katie Vauhkonen.
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Students in AP Biology illustrate their understanding of endomembrane transport by doodling on the lab stations.
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BCHS Foods & Nutrition class enjoying a Thanksgiving meal they made...
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