Bellbrook’s Drone Teams win national competition

By: Reagan Morrow In April, Bellbrook’s Drone teams, Monkey Brains and Hog Flyers, went to Florida for the 2022 Drones in School – MultiGP STEM Alliance National Race. Each team got to bring something home. Monkey Brain — with members Anthony Jiovani, Isaac Lefeld, Kevin Pray, Harrison Shupe, Lucas Smallwood, Ayden Volmer, Colton Warren — won the overall competition and best video. Hog Flyers — … Continue reading Bellbrook’s Drone Teams win national competition

JROTC members win competition to go to DC

By: Reagan Morrow Bellbrook’s JROTC has a team called JLAB for JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl which is an academic group that competes against other JROTC groups. As the teams compete against each other, the last 15 get sent to DC to finish the competition in June. 582 AF-JROTC academic teams competed to try to get to DC. This year Bellbrook JROTC made it into … Continue reading JROTC members win competition to go to DC

BHS talent show returns

By: Reagan Morrow On Friday, March 25, the day before spring break, Bellbrook High School ran on an early dismissal schedule for the talent show. Talent show tickets were sold for a $2 donation and the money went to support people in Ukraine with disabilities through an organization called Fight For Right. Over all $1,048 was raised! Because of the tight planning time, mostly seniors … Continue reading BHS talent show returns

JROTC runs a blood drive

By: Reagan Morrow On March 17, the JROTC program hosted a blood drive. Cadet Second Lieutenant Carmen Roland and Cadet Captain Caitlyn Lensch were in charge of setting this drive up. The JROTC blood drive was hosted through The Community Blood Center located in Dayton, Ohio. The Center was hoping 40 people would sign up but the JROTC program exceeded the goal by getting roughly … Continue reading JROTC runs a blood drive

SAG Awards recognize hit actors and shows

By Reagan Morrow SAG stands for Screen Actor Guild. On Sunday February 27, 2022, actors took the stage to celebrate their achievements. SAG has 3 large categories: Film, Stunts, and Television. Film In the Film Category 4 actors and 1 film received a reward for their performance. Jessica Chastain Jessica Chastain played Tammy Faye in The Eyes of Tammy Faye. The Eyes of Tammy Faye … Continue reading SAG Awards recognize hit actors and shows

BHS musicals return after two years

By: Reagan Morrow After two years, Bellbrook High School finally will be performing a musical! Due to the pandemic, the last musical planned for 2020, Peter Pan, was cancelled and there hasn’t been a musical since. The musical for 2022 is The Addams Family after changing from the originally the planned musical for 2022, Shrek. Shrek was announced that it would be the spring musical … Continue reading BHS musicals return after two years

Broadway Shows coming to The Schuster Center

By: Reagan Morrow New year, new shows! The Schuster Center, located in Dayton, Ohio, has six Broadway shows this year, but they have more than Broadway shows. The Center hosts other shows, activities for kids, and even more. The Schuster Center opened in 2003. January 26- February 6: Hamilton  This show is 2 hours and 50 minutes long with a 20 minutes intermission.  Hamilton is … Continue reading Broadway Shows coming to The Schuster Center

Michigan student details effects of the Oxford High School shooting

By: Reagan Morrow On Tuesday, November 30, a 15 year old student opened fire in Oxford High School in Oakland County, Michigan. Four students were killed and many others are injured including a teacher. With the Oxford shooting, more threats have been issued by people about shooting up schools. Many schools have closed in result of the threats and the shooting. Madison Robinson, a 17 … Continue reading Michigan student details effects of the Oxford High School shooting

How will the new vaccine affect the quarantine rates at elementary schools?

By Reagan Morrow The new vaccine called the Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric COVID-19 vaccine is now available for kids 5-11 and our school nurses are preparing for the quarantine rules and how quarantine will change. According to the dashboard published by the district, the elementary schools have had to most amount of confirmed COVID cases in students. Greene County currently has about 21% of the 0-19 age … Continue reading How will the new vaccine affect the quarantine rates at elementary schools?

Bellbrook faces several key positions in elections

By: Reagan Morrow Mayor Michael Schweller is Bellbrook’s current mayor but running for another term. Member of Council Meredith Brinegar has been a Bellbrook resident for more than ten years. Brinegar’s values that guide her are transparency, inclusivity, citizen involvement, and science and evidence based decision making. To learn more visit https://www.meredithbrinegar.com/ Katherine Cyphers is a certified defense financial manager with more than 25 years … Continue reading Bellbrook faces several key positions in elections