Bellbrook inducts seven members into Hall of Fame

by Madi Brown On the morning of Friday, October 8, seven Bellbrook graduates were inducted into the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Education Foundation’s Hall of Fame. BHS seniors attended the ceremony in the auditorium, taking time to support the alumni. Four members from the Hall of Fame Class of 2020 joined the three members from the Class of 2021 in the Friday ceremony as the 2020 ceremony had … Continue reading Bellbrook inducts seven members into Hall of Fame

Band set to perform piece to memorialize Oregon District shooting victims

by Kolton Schwartz The band and choir classes are preparing themselves for the first concert of the year on October 21 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. They have prepared a handful of pieces of music that they have been working hard on all quarter long. One piece being performed this year, however, is not like the other. The heartfelt and sentimental piece was commissioned by … Continue reading Band set to perform piece to memorialize Oregon District shooting victims

Get ready for Songs in Blue with the Bellbrook Marching Eagles

By Leanne Beane If you enjoy any of these musical selections, consider looking into the Bellbrook Marching Eagles 2021 show “Out of the Blue” which contains all four of these pieces, including a few of the famed solos. Rhapsody In Blue by George Gershwin “Rhapsody In Blue” by George Gershwin is an orchestral piece written in 1924 for Paul Whiteman’s “An Experiment in Modern Music” … Continue reading Get ready for Songs in Blue with the Bellbrook Marching Eagles

Autumn Décor Ideas to Spice Up Your Bedroom

By Leanne Beane As autumn approaches, many individuals are searching for new décor to match the upcoming season. Popular themes include homegrown food, forests, vibrant colors, and spicy scents. As companies begin advertising their seasonal items, candles, small animal figurines, and autumn plants rise to the top of the sales. These pieces of décor are inexpensive and trendy, perfect for any bedroom. Companies such as … Continue reading Autumn Décor Ideas to Spice Up Your Bedroom

Chromebooks Come to BHS

By Sarah Rovinsky Bellbrook’s freshmen and sophomores received Google Chromebooks on September 15-16 to better prepare them for the skills necessary in an increasingly digital age. The digital revolution will begin with the underclassmen because they’ve already had experience with them in middle school. The current junior class will also be receiving the technology next year to grow the program. Mr. Baker explained that, “Much of education is … Continue reading Chromebooks Come to BHS

What I learned from high school journalism…

By Anna Starkey After spending four semesters in Newspaper, here are nine things that I learned from my interesting experience: Procrastination is a slippery slope… Once you start, there is no stopping.  Missing one deadline becomes missing three articles and having an F in newspaper.  Instead of waiting until the night before a deadline, I plan to start all of my papers MUCH earlier in college. I … Continue reading What I learned from high school journalism…

Spotting the Spotted…Salamander

By Anna Starkey For a brief moment each year, a creature of the mud slowly emerges, ready to partake in its annual journey.  This migration is not for food, nor is it for a warm winter home.  Instead, the small, slimy creature chases streams, searching for an ideal body of water to lay its young.  This creature is the spotted salamander, and it has eluded Bellbrook High … Continue reading Spotting the Spotted…Salamander

BHS hosts annual art show

by Jackie Thompson and Anna Starkey Throughout the school year, Bellbrook students work diligently to express their creativity in their art classes.  Saturday, March 5, students has the opportunity to showcase their talents in the annual art show which was held in the make-shift gallery of BHS. Exceptional art pieces were hand-picked by art teachers from a variety of classes including Art 1 through 4, Arts … Continue reading BHS hosts annual art show

Nat Geo Live returns to Dayton

By Anna Starkey “The oceans desperately need our help,” explained National Geographic photojournalist, Brian Skerry, to a theater full of astonished onlookers. For the fourth year in a row, National Geographic Live’s three-part series has returned to the Victoria Theater in Dayton, Ohio.  Each installment showcases our world through the eyes of experienced explorers and photographers who have been featured in National Geographic media.  In … Continue reading Nat Geo Live returns to Dayton