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Due to the inclement weather, Exams will start with Day 1 on Tuesday, January 17th which will be a regular day [7:30 to 2:30].  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are early release days for Exam Days 2, 3 and 4.  Monday, January 23rd will be a Workday, which was originally scheduled for Friday, January 20th.  There will be no school on Monday, January 16th, the MLK holiday. Saturday, January 20th and Monday, January 23rd are Teacher Workdays and Exam makeup dates.

CHROMEBOOKS MUST BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL EACH  DAY FULLY CHARGED!

 

 Aubrey - Student of the Week 12/19/2016

 

 

 Willie - Student of the Week 12/12/2016

 

 

 Senior Google Classroom

the code to join is ci6s7o

Bruin Clubs

The 1st meeting of the Beddingfield High School Makerspace Club took place Friday. Students were challenged to let their imaginations and creativity run wild and have fun. Makerspace Club members constructed 3D puzzles, learned computer coding with Sphero robotics, created animation via coding programs, learned how to use a green screen, built Lego architecture and Play-Doh sculptures, and much more.  (and this was just the first club meeting)  Check out the video!

Tech Fees and the AUP form will be accepted in the Library Media Center beginning at 7 AM on Tuesday, September 6.  Chromebooks will be distributed at this time also as well as at lunch time.

Chromebook Fees, Parking* and Senior Fees can be paid online.  Please see the link in the left hand column titled Online School Payments.

*You need your Driver's license, Registration and Proof of Insurance [$40/year or $30/semester]

 

 

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The mission of Wilson County Schools is to provide an educational environment which creates success for all students through the community working together. 

Wilson County Schools is a place where students participate in an educational environment in which they are engaged and empowered in their learning and graduate as responsible citizens prepared to compete in the global economy.  Collectively, students, educators, families and community members commit to becoming lifelong learners and ensuring students are prepared for success and equipped with the skills to pursue their dreams.

 

 

 

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