Weekly Parent News
August 16 – Sophomore Registration
August 22 – Freshman Smart Start
August 19 – KISD schedule begins
August 27 – First Day of School
August 28 – New to BCHS Mixer
August 30 – No School
September 2 – No School Labor Day
September 10 – Meet the Teachers Night & Tour High School
September 13 – Bite Cancer Game
September 17 – FAFSA Night
September 18 & 19 – Student Club Sign-Ups
September 21 - BC Sports Boosters Pancake Breakfast at NIS
September 24 – PASS Meeting
September 30 – October 5
KISD starts August 19
Bussing will be provided to students who attend KCTC, KTC, or KIH. Due to construction at the high school pick-up and drop-off location for the first week will be at West Middle School 8654 Homerich SW. Times for each are below:
KCTC 1st Session: bus leaves at 6:10am and returns by 9:45am
KCTC 3rd Session: bus leaves at 11:10am and returns by 2:45pm
Kent Transition Center: bus leaves at 10:20am and returns by 2:40pm
Kent Innovations: leaves at 6:10am and returns by 12:05pm
When school begins on August 27, pick-up and drop-off will be at the high school bus loop.
Did your Student Miss Registration?
The high school office will be open from 8:00am – 3:00pm on Friday, August 23 and Monday, August 26 for students who were unable to make their grade level registration day. Please make sure the online returning student is completed prior to coming in with all the forms that need to be turned in. The letter with a snap code was enclosed in the registration packet that was sent home. Students may have to wait to get their computer the first day of school since our technology team with be making sure the building has the school up and running. Thank you for your patience.
The high school office will not be open until next Friday, August 23. Our staff will be busy getting the building ready for the new school year. Teachers will be in meetings most of the week and getting classrooms ready.
We are looking forward to moving back to the high school and seeing students the first day of school.
BCHS Supplies List
At Byron Center High School, each student should practice learning and studying in the ways that best suit their learning style. Students will also take a variety of courses, each of which require a unique supply list. In general students should come to school prepared with:
Computer or your own electronic device fully charged
Notebook or binder
Pens and pencils
Following is the website outlining College Board approved calculators. Typical calculators that many students have are the graphing calculators (TI-84 CE graphing calculators) https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/calculator-policy
New to BCHS student mixer
When: Wednesday, August 28, 2:45pm – 4:00pm
Where: Learning Commons
Who: Any students in grades 9-12 who are new to Byron Center
The AUA Diversity Club will be hosting this event
Why: To meet new people! To make friends! To belong! And to eat FREE PIZZA
What: We will do some activities and play games to “mix” and get to know new people
If possible, please email AUA Mentor Mrs. Tripp at email@example.com to let her know you are coming.
Look forward to additional week of training our student athletes before Fall season gets underway.
FAFSA Night – September 17
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) presentation will provide an in-depth breakdown of the financial aid process and timeline, an explanation of the FAFSA, an overview of the different types of financial aid, and more.
The presentation will be held at 7:00pm at Van Singel Fine Arts Center. We recommend juniors, seniors and parents attend.