Bernalillo High School

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    Bernalillo High School

     

    Mr. Timothy McCorkle

     

    Principal 

     

    2019-20 BHS Leadership Team

    The goal of this Leadership Team meeting is to establish a clear vision of the scope of work needed to build school reform. Work will focus on how the 90 Day Plan leads the school goals set in the Redesign and CSI initiatives including: instructional strategies, school culture, school leadership, and systems.

    BHS Leadership Team Toolbox

     

    Great News! The SB9 Mill Levy passed! Thank you to everyone who supported and helped get the word out. These funds will benefit all schools and all students!

     Keith Cowan

    Superintendent

    Bernalillo Public Schools

     

    Hahn Youth Council will be hosting Native American Heritage Month at BHS. We will be hosting events every Friday during lunch in the month of November. We are still finalizing some of the details for the events but the tentative dates/ events are as follows:

     

    November 8th: Native American Musical Chairs

     

    November 15th:  Indigenous Games or Informational Demonstration (still being finalized)

     

    November 22nd: Pueblo dance group

     

     2019 Thanksgiving

     
2019 Thanksgiving Break
  • Colorado State University Student Survey

    It is very important that this be released BEFORE the students take the survey. We recommend two weeks prior to administering the survey.

    Please only post the portion between the lines.

     

     

    MEDIA RELEASE

    Our Youth, Our Future Survey To Be Conducted at
    Bernalillo High School


    Beginning November 13th, students in 9th – 12th grades will be participating in the Our Youth, Our Future survey in cooperation with the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research at Colorado State University. The funding for the administration of the survey comes from a federal grant awarded to the Tri-Ethnic Center, which allows the survey to be conducted at no cost to the school. Participation in this survey is voluntary. Parents who wish to withdraw their child from participating may do so by contacting Julia Straight, School Counselor, at 505-404-5225. In addition, a copy of the survey is available at the school for parents who would like to review it. Bernalillo High School believes that students’ participation in this survey will assist the school in planning, funding and evaluating drug and alcohol prevention programs.

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    A copy of, or link to, where the media release has been placed should be emailed to Allison.Burford@colostate.edu . Please note – per IRB requirements, the survey link cannot be issued to your school until ‘proof’ of the media release posting/placement has been received in our office.

    Thank you.

Parent Survey

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    Hello All Bernalillo High School Parents,

    Below are the links to an important programs survey that benefits the students at BHS.  It only takes about 6 minutes to complete. Your input is greatly needed and we appreciate your time. Thank you, parents!

    NMEngaged Encuesta Familiar

    NMEngaged Family Survey

    Student Survey

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