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New Bell Schedule: 8:30 am - 2:55 pm, First day of school is Thursday, August 17th!

BCMHS Web Store

You can now perform easy transactions at our convenient Web Store. Buy tickets to plays, make donations!

Click on the icon below to be redirected to our store.

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GRAD NIGHT

Click the icon to be redirected to the Safe & Sober Grad Night Page

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UPCOMING EVENTS

New Bell Schedule

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Athletics Fall Tryout Schedule

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August 23 & 24, 2017

Picture Days

August 23 & 25, 2017

Hairspray Auditions Click Here

August 31, 2017

Back to School Night & Senior Meeting

September 4, 2017

Labor Day - No School

September 11-15, 2017

Spirit Week, Club Rush (12-13) & Back to School Dance (15)

DAILY BULLETIN / NEWS

8/15/17

August 21 Eclipse Resources!

On August 21 all of America will experience a solar eclipse. Some areas will witness a total eclipse (when the moon entirely covers the sun); other regions will witness a partial eclipse.

The Bay Area will experience a 76% eclipse, with the moon beginning to cover the sun at 9:01 am, reaching maximum coverage at 10:15 am, and then moving away from the sun at 11:37 am.  

Some schools have made plans for students to go outside and watch the eclipse using special solar eclipse glasses and/or cards for pinhole viewing. Please check your school's website to see what kinds of activities are planned.  

If you want to send your child to school with glasses for viewing the eclipse, please be sure to provide designated solar eclipse glasses. Staring at even a sliver of the sun without adequate protection can cause permanent eye damage. (You can find more information about choosing safe glasses on the American Astronomical Society's website.)

The following websites have lots of layperson-friendly eclipse information to share with your families and friends:

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