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Black Hawk Middle School will be doing vision screening for 7th graders on Tuesday, Nov. 16. Please remind your student to bring their glasses with them to school for the screening. Please reach out to the BHMS nurse with any questions.
The Seussification of
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
A BHMS Drama production
Each cast will have separate performances. Tickets will go on sale for the public performances the week of the show, and also be available at the door the night of the performance.
|Wed. Nov 17||Thurs. Nov 18||Fri. Nov 19|
Spirit Wear, take 2
If you missed purchasing Spirit Wear during Jamboree in August, you are in luck! A representative will be selling t-shirts and sweatshirts during conferences from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, and 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4. They will be set up at the upper entrance, near Door 12.
Submit to the Yearbook!
The yearbook staff invites students and parents to submit photos for the yearbook. If you’ve got great photos of school and community events or students just having fun, we’d like to see them.
Our photographers can’t be everywhere. Help us get as many photos as possible to create a terrific book everyone will want to have.
Arts & Activities
Interested in learning American Sign Language? Join the ASL Club beginning in December.
Are you interested in plants, animals, energy, or environmentalism? The Black Hawk Conservation Crew is starting soon! We will be meeting once or twice a month throughout the year to design and build a conservation project here at Black Hawk Middle School. Come to the informational meeting after school on Tuesday, November 23 from 3:15 – 4:45 in Mrs Lee’s 1A Science room!
Information on current activities can be found on our website at https://bhms.district196.org/arts
- There will be no afterschool athletics on 12/14
- Game and Meet schedules have been updated as of 11/12/21
If you like to plan ahead, registration for the WINTER II (Boys Basketball), WINTER III (Swimming) and SPRING (Track, Boys Tennis) seasons are open as well in MyPaymentsPlus.
Schedules for individual sports can be found on the Athletics webpages under each sport. Specific information for participants is communicated from Coaches in Schoology.
GENTLY USED BOOKS WANTED
The library will be hosting a gently used book exchange during fall conferences. We are looking for donations of books that are appropriate for middle school students and are in good shape. If you have books that are at the elementary level, we’d appreciate a few of those for younger family members that might be with older siblings at conferences. Students can bring donated books to the library, or families can drop them off in the main office starting Monday, October 18. Thank you for your generosity and help.
November 1 - Winter Sports I Session Begins
November 3 & 4 - Fall Conferences
November 4 & 5 - No School
November 15 - Booster Club Meeting 6 PM
November 16 - Battle of the Books informational meeting, during Panther Time
November 17, 18, 19 - Fall Play
November 25 & 26 - Thanksgiving Break
December 2 - Last Day of Trimester 1
December 3 - No School, Staff Development
Community Listening Sessions
Share your comments and concerns directly with up to three District 196 School Board members during new community listening sessions held monthly at different schools throughout the district. The community listening sessions were proposed as a way to connect board members and the community in a less formal setting than a regular board meeting.
Dates and Location
Monday, November 15 - Black Hawk Middle School
Monday, December 6 - Rosemount Middle School
Wednesday, January 19 - Falcon Ridge Middle School
Monday, February 28 - Scott Highlands Middle School
Tuesday, March 29 - Rosemount High School
Monday, April 25 - Eagan High School
Monday, May 23 - School of Environmental Studies
Community listening sessions will start at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 6:30 p.m.
District 196 African-American Cultural Family Advocates are providing a place for voices to be heard, action to be taken, and Black culture to be celebrated from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17, at Apple Valley High School, 14450 Hayes Road.
This is a series of dialogues where students, staff and community members are able to come together and share their experience in District 196.
For more information, email Rashelle.Redmon@district196.org.
District 196 Community Education
Young Engineers Robotics and STEM Program - Home Appliances (grades 2-7)
Love Your Body: Self-Care and Self-Love (ages 6-16)
Youth Equestrian Club (ages 4-17)
I am Thankful (ages 6-16)