Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?

By: Carter Caldwell Now, if you’re reading this, I hope you know that Bellbrook has a school newspaper.  EagleView News has online articles dating back to September of 2013, with new articles getting posted every month. The staff for EagleView News consists of Bellbrook sophomores, juniors, and seniors, all led by Ms. Bills-Tenney.  Meetings occur during mentor, but a large part of class is done … Continue reading Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?

Seniors prepare for the great escape

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Bellbrook High’s seniors are gearing up for the great escape: graduation. On May 18, they will walk across the stage and be free. But as of May 1, there are still 17 days left. In those 17 days, our seniors are packed with fun activities to celebrate the end of their rule over underclassmen. Monday, May 6 is Invisible Day. The Seniors … Continue reading Seniors prepare for the great escape

Sugar Maple Festival Sweeps Through Bellbrook

By: Morgan Sharbaugh On April 26 through 28, the Bellbrook Sugar Maple Festival brought joy to everyone in the town. On Saturday the 27th, at 10:30, hundreds of people were lined up to view the parade. Float after float and group after group, the parade made its way through downtown Bellbrook, featuring the high school’s successful sports teams, JROTC, and marching band. Volunteer organizations marched … Continue reading Sugar Maple Festival Sweeps Through Bellbrook

Why It’s Better to go to School Dances WITHOUT a Date

by Abbey Raison Planning for a dance can be stressful, especially if you do not know whether or not you will be asked by someone. I’ve been to my fair share of high school dances, and I’ve been placed on both ends of the spectrum, going stag and going with a date. If you’re feeling sad about not having a date to the next dance, … Continue reading Why It’s Better to go to School Dances WITHOUT a Date

Bellbrook Track Finds A Promising Season

By Jade Edwards Only a few weeks into the spring competition season for Bellbrook Track and Field, and the team is looking like a promising competitor for the surrounding opposition.  The captains this year are Cameron Brittain, senior; Kalli Kramer, senior; Clay Cavanaugh, senior; Kayla Paul, Junior; Lance Weston, senior; and Tyler Dreischarf, senior. Nerves were ramped up about the team as a whole because … Continue reading Bellbrook Track Finds A Promising Season

Hey everyone, you don’t want to miss these dates!

By: Sara Wolf High school seniors: I have some either troubling or exciting news for you. Graduation is a month away. Days left in school are down to the teens. If you never thought you’d make it this far, let me be the first to say congratulations! But, before we get there, there’s a ridiculous amount of things going on. Seriously, ridiculous. It’s going to … Continue reading Hey everyone, you don’t want to miss these dates!

BHS Prepares for Beauty and The Beast

by Emily Lewis Before the fateful week in which students attend in-school performances of the Spring 2019 Musical, Beauty and the Beast, preparations take place for months on end. In the afternoon hours following school, a dedicated group of students works to build and paint the set that will offer a home to the musical at the end of April. From a two-story castle to … Continue reading BHS Prepares for Beauty and The Beast

Young Bellbrook Diplomats Compete in Model UN Confrence

By: Morgan Sharbaugh On April 6 and 7, the Bellbrook High School Model United Nations team competed on a two-day conference. Hosted by Miami University, 14 students diplomatically ensured the success of their Nations. On April 6, each student went through three sessions for their committee. In the first session, each committee learned what issue they would be covering for the day, and focused on … Continue reading Young Bellbrook Diplomats Compete in Model UN Confrence