CONGRATULATIONS to Whiteoak's Ethan Cummings for being crowned King at the Highland Co. Fair 2020!!!
CONGRATULATIONS to Whiteoak's Ethan Cummings for being crowned King at the Highland Co. Fair 2020!!!
Bright Elementary Success 2019
The Great High School WHODUNIT!
The Great High School WHODUNIT!
Bright Elementary Students recognized during the October Board Meeting for their outstanding scores on State AIR testing.Mason Greenwood, Madison McMullen, Siarra Kipp, Marley Gobin, Nicholai Wing, Carly Stone, Vivian Watson, Austin Richards
Bright Elementary Students recognized during the October Board Meeting for their outstanding scores on State AIR testing.
The Bright Local Board of Education recently recognized several teachers for outstanding AIR test scores.Honored at the meeting were Jackie Broughton, Jennifer Fraysier, Sharon Bick, Natasha Shelton, Katie Pollard, John Combs and Jamie Lanham. Also photographed are Administrators, Mr. Jason Iles and Mr Mike Bick.
The Bright Local Board of Education recently recognized several teachers for outstanding AIR test scores.
Bright Elementary students start recycling program
Bright Elementary students start recycling program
Thanks to the Roy W. Wilson Post 694 American Legion and Post Commander Chuck Emery!Whiteoak was presented new American Flags for each classroom on August 26, 2019
Thanks to the Roy W. Wilson Post 694 American Legion and Post Commander Chuck Emery!
Thanks to the Roy W. Wilson Post 694 American Legion and Highland Co. Veterans Service Office!Whiteoak was presented a new Flag of the United States of America and a POW/MIA Flag on January 29, 2018
Thanks to the Roy W. Wilson Post 694 American Legion and Highland Co. Veterans Service Office

District News & Announcements

lunch

Remote Learning (Virutal) Food Pickup

Pickup days are Mondays and Wednesday from 10:30-10:45am at both buildings. 10 meals will be provided per week.

YOU MUST CONTACT DEBBIE ROBERTSON (937-442-3114) FOR ANY NEW PICKUPS!!!
School Lunch

Bright Local Schools is pleased to announce: FREE MEALS FOR ALL STUDENTS!

Thanks to the Ohio Department of Education, beginning Monday, September 14th, All students will receive a free breakfast and a free lunch regardless of income status. This program will be effective Monday, September 14th through December 31st.
Ala carte items will still be available at the regular pricing.
Unless the waiver is extended, students will revert to their paid/reduced/free meal status upon returning to school on January 4th, 2021. For this reason, it is important to continue to return the free/reduced meal application as soon as possible 
Students do NOT need to do anything to receive FREE meals! 
PTCs

2020-2021 Parent-Teacher Conferences Important Information!

Bright Local will have PT conferences with strict guidelines in place:
  • by appointment only. Limited to 10-15 minutes per conference
  • limit of two adults only for conferences (no siblings)
  • mask required
  • sanitation between each conference
  • phone conference whenever possible
  • remember social distancing guidelines
OSHA

OSHA 10 Hour Safety Course

Your child will have the opportunity to participate in a two day OSHA 10 training. Your child is being asked to
attend this training as part of Ohio Prepared for Success. It is the goal of Whiteoak High School to have all
graduating seniors 12 industry credentialing hours by graduation. Students will attend this training at no cost
and will receive a training verification card. At Whiteoak, we strive to better our students and give them vital
skills and preparation for the workplace.
Guidelines

Bright Local Schools - School Reopening Safety Guidelines

We are all looking forward to the re-opening of our schools.  As we plan for the opening of school, we must recognize the COVID-19 virus is still a threat to the safety and welfare of our staff and students.  We all must be vigilant in our approach to ensuring the safety of all our stakeholders as a result the following principles will guide our district as we move forward with opening our schools:  

  1. Safety protocols will be implemented at each of our buildings.

  2. We will be working closely with the Highland County Health Department in promoting safety measures in each of our buildings.

  3. Students should monitor their own temperatures and their health on a daily basis before coming to school.

  4. Our district will be transparent with all stakeholders that some level of risk will always be present when children and school district employees occupy school district facilities.

  5. We are planning to maintain our previously approved school calendars with some possible front loading of employee professional development.

  6. Reopening guidelines are subject to change due to possible updates from the Highland County Health Department and the State of Ohio. 

  7. In accordance with the Ohio Department of Health's mandate for all K-12 students to wear a mask, Bright Local Schools will require face masks for all students and staff.

  8. On Sat., Aug. 15, the Ohio Department of Health issued a news release indicating that Face Shields are no longer a substitute for Face Masks while students and staff are at school. See news release: https://odh.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odh/media-center/odh-news-releases/face-shields-not-appropriate-substitute-for-masks . The Administration will look to insure every student and staff member wears a face covering as they enter our buildings. We highly encourage the use of actual Face Masks and ask that the use of Face Shields occur only in those situations accepted by the Ohio Director of Health.

  9. Due to COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the State of Ohio concerning mass gatherings, Bright Local Schools will not be accommodating any “Building Use Requests” for non-school related activities until further guidance from the State.

Click the following link to continue reading the guidelines: https://bit.ly/3fwxHov

UPCOMING EVENTS

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