Bellbrook’s Winter Guard launches their 2021-2022 season

By Leanne Beane Bellbrook’s Winter Guard began their season during Thanksgiving break and have been working diligently on their 2021-2022 performance. They cannot reveal the show’s title and theme until their premier on February 5, 2022, but it is described as being well-designed, cute, and loved by the staff and guard alike. The guard is optimistic about their season and believes they will do very … Continue reading Bellbrook’s Winter Guard launches their 2021-2022 season

The Greene County Career Center provides opportunities

By Rachel Holbrook The Greene County Career Center is designed for students to have the opportunity to take different job shadowing classes, looking into internships, and starting a path for their future occupation. The Career Center provides many programs including Biotechnology, Family and Consumer Science, Engineering, Marketing, Veterinary Science, Equine Studies, Career-Based Intervention and Agricultural Science and Business. Bellbrook students have the opportunity to transition … Continue reading The Greene County Career Center provides opportunities

Why “Public Speaking” is one of Bellbrook’s best classes, and why you should take it!

by Bradley Jager There are many electives to pick at Bellbrook High School, everything from civil engineering and architecture to child development. BHS has no lack of classes to take. One of these amazing classes is Public Speaking. Taught by Aimee Klepacz, Public Speaking is a semester class worth 1/2 an English elective credit. “Consider taking it because it has real-world applications,” says Mrs. Klepacz. … Continue reading Why “Public Speaking” is one of Bellbrook’s best classes, and why you should take it!

Yearbook staff works together to capture a year of memories

by Rachel Holbrook A school yearbook is a memorable representation of students’ lives captured on paper. Yearbooks are filled with information, achievements, and memories. As students grow older, they can use these valuable books to show friends and family their experiences. Who makes the Bellbrook High School yearbook? That would be the yearbook staff! It is a class of students who work hard to create … Continue reading Yearbook staff works together to capture a year of memories

Supportive Peers program impacts Bellbrook youth

by Rachel Holbrook Interview with Junior Emma Deweese regarding Bellbrook Supportive Peers: Question 1: What is the program Supportive Peers? Answer: Supportive Peers is a program that connects special needs students in the district with high school students.  Question 2 : How long have you been a supportive peer? Answer: I found out about the program late last school year and began really getting involved … Continue reading Supportive Peers program impacts Bellbrook youth

The Bellbrook Marching Eagles & Color Guard look back on a successful season

By Leanne Beane Who are the Bellbrook Marching Eagles & Color Guard? The Bellbrook Marching Eagles & Color Guard are a group of athletes who use musical and visual elements to create a 5-10 minute performance for entertainment and competition. This year, their show was titled “Out of the Blue” and included musical selections “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin, “Blue Rondo à la Turk” … Continue reading The Bellbrook Marching Eagles & Color Guard look back on a successful season

Academic Team returns for winter 2022

By Casey Cross The Bellbrook High School Academic Team has been revived for the winter season. The team is set to participate in meets against other schools starting January 4. Following an uncertain year, the Bellbrook High School Academic Team has returned to activity. Rob Schultz, the organizer of the club along with his wife and fellow teacher, Pamela Schultz, expressed excitement at having the … Continue reading Academic Team returns for winter 2022

JROTC observe Veterans Day at local intermediate school

By: Joshua Kiefer with contributions from Col. Gangaware The Bellbrook JROTC cadets supported the Veterans Day Breakfast Bell Creek Intermediate school puts on every year.  BCI students invited parents, grandparents and family members who are veterans to the school Friday morning, November 12.  The veterans took part in a parade which was two laps through the halls and were cheered on by all 3rd and … Continue reading JROTC observe Veterans Day at local intermediate school

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?

Wright Scholar Research Assistant program continues for summer 2022

By Casey Cross The Wright Scholar Research Assistant Program provides exposure to a variety of STEM fields to high school juniors and seniors through a nine-week, paid internship during the summer at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The program has been active since 2002, hiring 708 students from across 109 school districts since its inception.  The program allows students to experience working in STEM fields, … Continue reading Wright Scholar Research Assistant program continues for summer 2022