Attention BHS Senior Families: Bay High School Commencement is at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31. Weather will determine if the ceremony takes place at BHS Memorial Stadium or inside the Gymnasium. Get excited!
Last week our Kindergarteners shared their musical talent with family and friends! Great work, Norman Bees!
BVCSD has received the Auditor of State Award for a clean audit report for fiscal year ending 2021. We are one of 104 districts in OH, and one of 14 in Cuyahoga County. Congrats to our Finance Team: Treasurer Meghan Rohde, Ellen Watterson, Judi Hanson & Anne-Marie Zeuch!
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Exercise matters for your mood. A little activity goes a long way, decreasing stress, reducing anxiety and creating a greater sense of well-being. Serve some tennis balls instead of cookies the next time you feel blue.
Join other Bay Villagers for the Tourette Syndrome Walk on Sunday, June 12 at the Bay High School Walking Trail. Assemble at 8:30 a.m.; walk steps off at 9 a.m. See flyer for more info and to RSVP.
Attention Class of 2022 Families: Baccalaureate is this Sunday, May 29 at 3 p.m. at Bay Presbyterian Church.
Yesterday was a "Music Monday" for our Norman Bees. They were welcomed to school by our BHS Rocket Choraleers and Orchestra. What a great way to start the day, listening to our talented high school singers and musicians!
The May edition of the One Rocket Nation ENews is hitting inboxes now. This is our last issue of this school year. Celebrate with us by reading more at this link: https://bit.ly/ORNNMay22
Last week, Glenview preschoolers embraced the sunshine and took their learning outdoors.
Bay Rockets Association has a pop-up shop featuring Fourth of July shirts, open now through June 10. Merchandise will be available for pick up on June 28. https://bayrocketsjuly4.orderpromos.com/
Thank you to all our Normandy, Westerly and Bay Middle students who created bookmarks for the Bus Garage's Little Free Library project. And thanks to BV Education Foundation for funding it. More info to come!
Thank you to these Bay High School students for making the Bus Garage's Little Free Library project possible...Simon Miedza, who built the Little Library, and Chloe Hoban who created the logo design. Thanks to Bay Village Education Foundation for funding the project. Stay tuned!
Bay High School's annual “Mental Health Awareness Week” continues. This student-run initiative features many activities, including asking students & staff to wear a color from the Sources of Strength Wheel. Friday is Taking Time for Yourself, ROYAL BLUE, Healthy Activities.
Tickets for the Benefit for Luke event can be purchased on The Music Box website, and donations can me made to the Venmo account at the end of the video. Thank you to the community members who have organized this event. https://youtu.be/aOlYNKn0PkE
Congratulations to Jayden Perrine, the only BMS athlete who qualified for the State Middle School Track & Field Championships last weekend. He finished 7th in the long jump and 11th in the 100 meter run.
Wed, May 25 is the BHS Orchestra Princess & Superhero Concert Event. This is geared toward kids & features music from films & TV shows. Wear your fave princess/superhero costume for a parade, try playing a string instrument & conduct the orchestra from our Maestro Zone. Free!
Bay High School's annual “Mental Health Awareness Week” continues. This student-run initiative features many activities, including asking students & staff to wear a color from the Sources of Strength Wheel. Thursday is Processing Big Changes, YELLOW, Positive Friends.
Mrs. Bragg’s Kindergarten students stand on their chalk art before heading to the outdoor classroom to learn about Red-shouldered Hawks.
Bay High School's annual “Mental Health Awareness Week” continues. This student-run initiative features many activities, including asking students & staff to wear a color from the Sources of Strength Wheel. Wednesday is Getting Out of Thinking Traps, GREEN, Mentors.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Food can change your brain. Diet is linked to the hippocampus, a key area of the brain involved in learning, memory & mental health. Eating whole foods can decrease the risk for developing depression.