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WELCOME! HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING AT BASIC HIGH SCHOOL!

SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT – Senior Awards Night wil be held on Wednesday, May 21st at 6:00pm in the main gym. In order to be recognized for university acceptances and/or scholarships, each Senior must complete the Award Verification form (available online) and submit copies of the correct attachments to Dr. Williamson in the Counseling Office no later than Friday, May 2nd. GO TO ONLINE FORM.

HEALTH FAIR – The 10th Annual Community Health Fair sponsored by the Dr. Joel & Carol Bower School-Based Health Center and Nevada State College will take place on Saturday, June 21st from 10:00am to 2:00pm. A variety of complimentary services will be offered as well as a silent auction. For more details, contact the Health Center at 702-799-0508 or VIEW THE FLYER..

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH – Congratulations to all those named as Students of the Month for March 2014. SEE THE LIST.

PROFICIENCY TESTING – The next round of Proficiency testing, for Seniors only, who have not passed any or all of their exams, has been scheduled for April 28th through May 1st. Counselors will be contacting all Seniors in this position as soon as the results from the March tests arrive. The upcoming tests at the end of April will be the last opportunity for Seniors to pass their exams in order to participate in Commencement. CCSD students must pass ALL FOUR of the Proficiency Exams (Math, Reading, Writing & Science) in order to walk at Graduation.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) TESTING – Advanced Placement testing will take place from May 5th through 16th in a variety of subjects. Students enrolled in AP courses who pass their respective AP Exam with a minimum score will earn college credit. Student who are interested in taking AP courses and earning college credits should speak with their counselors.

CULTURE FLOW IS BACK! – Basic HIgh School is excited to announce the return of its annual Culture Flow Festival. Culture Flow is a celebration of students, their talents and passions. Join us on May 16th from 4:00pm to 8:00pm in the Quad for singing, danding, art, food and more. Admission is just $5 and everyone in the community is welcome and invted to attend.

NEW REGISTRATION HOURSThe Registrar's Office will be enrolling students new to Basic from the hours of 7:00am to 11:00am. Parents who need to register their student can find additional information on the Registrar's page.

NEW IN THE WOLF WEAR STORE! The WolfWear Store now has BHS phone covers for the iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and the Galaxy 3/4 for just $10! Be one of the first to own one. WolfWear is open every day during lunch (12:46 - 1:16pm).

REMINDER TO STUDENTS – Students are reminded that no hats or headgear may be worn on campus. Also, no headphones, earbuds or speakers may be used on campus until the end of 7th period at 12:46pm. Students are required to put nuisance items away when directed by BHS faculty or staff and repeat offenders will have their items confiscated. VIEW THE POSTED NOTICE

CLARK COUNTY'S NEW AREA CODE – In November 2012, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) of Nevada approved a second area code to be added in Clark County. This new "725" area code will be an "overlay" on the current "702" area code. This means that both area codes will cover the same area. As a result of this new area code, the new dialing procedure will require callers to dial the 3-digit are code plus the 7-digit telephone number. This means that ALL calls that are currently dialed with seven digits will need to be dialed using ten digits (area code + telephone number). All Clark County telephone calls (cell or landline) will require 10-digit dialing (area code + phone number) beginning on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014. INFO FROM THE PUC

ACTIVITIES CALENDAR UPDATED – The April Activities calendar is now posted. Use the "Activities" menu at the top of the page.

YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW – The 2014 El Lobo Yearbook is now on sale. Reserve your copy now at a cost of just $85. To pre-order your copy, please visit the Basic High School Online Store.

GRAD NITE 2014 – Seniors should be aware that it is not too early to begin thinking about Grad Nite. This year's trip will take place over the weekend of May 17th & 18th. Trip cost is $100 and space on this trip will be limited. The paperwork for Grad Nite 2014 will be available beginning the day following Spring Break (Monday, April 21st) from Ms. Williams in room 304. Seniors planning on attending are advised to take care of their outstanding fines right away as well as getting their grades in order in preparation for approval to attend.

SPRING SPORTS! Check out the Spring Sports Schedule and show your support by attending some games. GO WOLVES!

SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT – Senior Awards Night wil be held on Wednesday, May 21st at 6:00pm in the main gym. In order to be recognized for university acceptances and/or scholarships, each Senior must complete the Award Verification form (available online) and submit copies of the correct attachments to Dr. Williamson in the Counseling Office no later than Friday, May 2nd. GO TO ONLINE FORM.

COLLEGE EVENTS AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION is updated on a regular basis by the Counseling Office. Use the Counseling menu and select "College Info" or "Scholarship Info" to stay current with the most recent information!

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