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District Announcements
Courtwarming Festivities Rescheduled
Buffalo High School Courtwarming festivities originally scheduled for Friday, January 6 and Saturday, January 7 will be postponed. †The home basketball game scheduled for Friday is still tentatively scheduled but courtwarming coronation will be rescheduled to February 10 with the dance to be held February 11.†
What A Shot!
The High School, Middle School, and Elementary Archery Teams had their first tournament. The results are as follows:
High School: High School Girls Division: 1st Place - Dominque Wong with a score of 266, Boys High School Division: 1st Place - Dalton Beamon with a score of 253 and 3rd Place - JT Smithson with a score of 241.
Middle School Girls Division: 1st Place - Madison Eckenrod with a score of 269, which also qualifies her for the state tournament in the spring. Middle School Boys Division: 1st Place - Kendrick Jackson with a score of 254, 2nd Place - Ethan Casteel with a score of 250 and 3rd Place - Braxton Beesley with a score of 245. The Middle School Team Division won 1st Place!
5th grade students are classified as Elementary through NASP. Elementary Boys Division: 1st Place - Gavin Williams with a score of 202. Elementary Girls Division: 3rd Place - Zoie Souza with a score of 156.
Its A Christmas Miracle
Local clubs at Buffalo High School reached out families in need this Christmas season. National Honors Society provided stockings for foster children in Dallas County, and also hosted a winter weather sock drive. FBLA adopted an OACAC Single-Parent Family and members purchased gift items on their list. Student Council hosted the Giving Tree where every student in BHS could buy a gift for two local families, and FFA donated jackets for Elementary and High School students in need, as well as toys to the kids in Elementary. It was truly a season of giving.
Bison University-BHS's Early College Program
Beginning this school year, an exciting new program is available to our freshman students named Bison University.† Bison University is a four-year, early college program designed to provide students with numerous opportunities to prepare for not only college, but their future careers as well.† Students enrolled in Bison University will be given the opportunity to declare a course of study while still enrolled in High School and begin taking college coursework that will enable them to receive an education relevant to what they want to pursue post-high school.† Throughout the studentís four years of high school, Bison University students are required to maintain strict criteria to remain enrolled in the program such as a 3.0 GPA and a 95% attendance rate.† Students in the program will also complete twenty-five hours of community service each year as well as three job shadowing experiences.† In the studentsí senior† year, they will complete an internship in the occupational field they wish to pursue during the fall semester and will complete a capstone project during their spring semester which brings together all that they have learned about their future occupation, the school they plan on attending, the programs the school offers, and the income-to-debt ratio associated with this career choice (amount of debt to receive degree versus how much they can expect to earn once completing the degree).† The goal of the program is to help our students complete the equivalent of an associateís degree prior to graduating from Buffalo High School.† For more information about Bison University, please contact Mr. Scott Miller at scott.miller@bisonpride.org.
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