Bridgman High School
9964 Gast Road
Bridgman, MI 49106
PH: 269.465.6848

Attendance: 269.466.0290
FX: 269.466.0355

Paul Hartsig, Principal

Principal's Web Page and Blog

Building Opens:  7:35 A.M.
Breakfast : 7:35 A.M. - 7:55 A.M.
Start/End Times: 7:55A.M.-3:00P.M.
Half-Day: 7:55 A.M. - 11:20 A.M.
2 Hour Delay: 9:55 A.M.- 3:00 P.M.
Office Hours: 7:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.  

9th Grade Student/Parent Orientation PP

Sports Physical Information

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Upcoming Events:

April 26:  Prom

May 7:  PLC Day

May 12:  Awards Day for BHS, 8:00 a.m.

May 12:  Senior Awards 7:00 p.m.

May 14:  Spring Into the Arts

May 26:  No School

May 27, 28, 29:  Senior Exams

June 1: Graduation

June 3-5: Semester Exams

June 11:  Sports Banquet

Congratulations to Jen Jasper our March Student of the Month!!!!   Congratulations also to the following students who were also nominated:  Tyler Gnodtke, McKenna Smith, Gabby Story, and Ryan Westling.

BABE RUTH Summer Baseball Registration - Deadline May 9


Winterfest King and Queen.  Mike Jones and Lille VandeZande

Attention: Bridgman Schools is now on twitter. Please follow us @BridgmanSchools for updates on school activities, awards, events, accomplishment, etc. on all three schools. Also don't forget to follow our athletic teams by following @BridgmanAthletics as well. Finally, you can follow just High School News @Bridgman_High

We want all graduating Bridgman High School students to fit this profile, and we design our curricula accordingly. Bridgman students are:

Quality Producers... who collaboratively and/or independently create intellectual, artistic, practical and physical products which reflect originality, high standards and the use of advanced technologies.

Responsible Learners... who formulate constructive, positive attitudes and values in order to create a vision for their future, set priorities and goals, create options and take responsibility for pursuing these goals while monitoring and evaluating their progress.

Critical Thinkers...who identify, access, integrate and use available resources and information to question, reason, and make decisions and solve complex problems in a variety of contexts.

Effective Communicators by using process skills and creative expression.

Community and Global Contributors who use their time, energy and talents cooperatively to enhance the quality of life, preserve the environment and promote mutual respects.

Effective Life Managers... who develop constructive interpersonal relationships and strive for physical, emotional and social growth.



Bridgman High School
April 23, 2014

Attention all prom goers: Prom picture information is available in the office.

If you signed up to go to Post Prom and did not turn in your permission slip you must do so ASAP or you will not be able to attend.

Students attending post prom must be there no later than 12:30 a.m.

Coach Miller will hold open gyms Sundays at 8pm.

JV baseball and tennis need to be dismissed today at 2:40.

9th and 10th grade students that took the PLAN test; we will be distributing scores on Thursday, during 3rd hour in the PAC. 9th grade students who took the EXPLORE test, we will be distributing scores on Thursday during 5th hour in the PAC. We will dismiss all students via an announcement.

The boys track team ran against Brandywine on Monday. First place finishers were Ryon Tym in the 100 m, 200 m, 4 x 100 m, and 4 x 200 m. Cameron Bredice in the mile, the 2-mile, and the 3200 m relay. Mike Jones took first in the 400m open and the 4 x 100 relay. Jon Payne was first in the Long Jump and the 400 relay as well. Other first place finishers were Elliot Hanke, Haden Myer, and Warren Kretteck in the 3200 m Relay, Collin Gaishin, and Bryan Njuguna in the 4 x 200 m. Jason Chang also was a part of the first place 4 x 100 relay team. Other people placing were Bryan Njuguna in the 100 m, 400 m and the 800 m. Jason Chang in the 110 high hurdles, Brandon Owen in the 2mile, Sam Jones in both of the throwing events, and Cody Lopresti in the Long Jump. Great effort guys. The boys run this Friday at the Bangor Relays and again next Monday in Buchanan.

There will be a SADD meeting at 3 pm Thursday in Mrs. Kreitner's room.

Attention Sophomores! If you still have candy to sell you need to wrap it up and turn in your money to Mrs. Kreitner no later than Monday the 28th. Also, the Barbott's flower sale forms need to be completed and turned in to Mrs. Kreitner or Mrs. High by April 29th, which is next Tuesday.

These seniors still need to get baby pictures to Mrs. High....Allwood, Bizoe, Boughner, Fedor, Heeg, Kamau, Lipp, Lowery, Porter, Riggenbach, Roth. Please get those to her asap!

Are you interested in fall cheerleading?? There will be an informational meeting May 18th at 6:15 p.m. in the BHS commons.

Applications for Student Senate Elections are due to the office or Mr. Holok by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 25th. No late applications will be accepted.

All girls interested in playing basketball next season, could you please stop by Mr. Hendricks' room for a summer schedule.

Juniors, SMC is hosting a Junior Visit Day on Friday May 9th. Permission slips are in the office for you to have teachers sign to attend. Please return them to the office by May 5th.

Babe Ruth registration open. Registration forms are available at the office. Completed forms are due by May 9.

Today’s lunch is chicken nachos, cheese chips, salsa, lettuce, refried beans and pineapple. Tomorrow’s breakfast will be uber bread, fruit and milk.



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