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Black River Falls High School
715-284-4324 [phone]
715-284-7626 [fax]
1200 Pierce Street
Black River Falls, WI 54615

Tom Chambers, Principal
Lisa McCullough, Assistant Principal
Jim Rufsholm, Activities Director
Marilyn Grace, Secretary
Ruth Casper, Attendance Secretary
Karen Kutcher, Counseling Secretary

Athletics and Other Co-Curricular Activities

Co-Curricular Handbook Find out about the guidelines and principles that give direction to the activities that take place in our high school.

WIAA Athletic Physical Form Every other year, students who participate in athletics are required to submit this WIAA physical form before the begin practice.

Alternate Year Card On the year that the physical form does not need to be completed by a doctor, athletes must file this form.

ImPACT Testing Parent Letter ImPACT is a computerized exam developed by concussion experts at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and used in many professional, collegiate, and high school sports programs across the country to assist with the diagnosis and management of head injuries. Complete the permission form.

Student Senate Student Senate was established in 2005 with the goal of providing a voice for students within our school.

General Information

Tools

Canvas [info] This site contains class information and content as well as grades.

Career Cruising This website gives students personalized access to career profiles and exploration.

Skyward Family Access Find your child's attendance, health information, lunch account and contact information.

Forms

Student Registration Form [info] If you'd like to enroll your child at the School District of Black River Falls, use this form.

Transportation Contract [info] Fill out this form for district transportation.

Immunization Record You may view your child’s immunization record from your computer on the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). You can submit a printout of this form to the district or you can obtain a copy from your medical provider’s office. If you'd like you can also print and fill out an immunization record.

Free and Reduced Meal Applications [info] Find out meal costs as well as how to apply for the program. Applications can be submitted at any time.

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Registration for 2016-17 is open!

Posted on Jul 29, 2016

Please register all your children for the new school year!

Here is the link to Skyward’s Family Access.

Here is a link to videos and resources for getting the most out of your Family Access portal.

Online registration video and directions to print

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Tiger Update…the public version

Posted on Mar 1, 2017

For many years, Mr. Chambers has been sharing his Tiger Update report weekly with the BRFHS staff to let them know what has been happening in our building and what is coming up in the weeks and months ahead. We think it’s time…(continue reading here – click!)

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Thank you, Millis Transfer!

Posted on Jan 9, 2017

Student accepts check for Be the Change project.

Sophomore Kianna Heller accepts a $100 check from Dan Millis of Millis Transfer for the Be the Change project.

In December, Millis Transfer donated $100 towards to the Be the Change project. As part of the project, students collected change, which will be used to pay the electric bills of BRFHS families this month. Thank you, Millis Transfer!

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Amalia’s Hope Assembly Announcement

Posted on Nov 29, 2016

At Black River Falls High School, we want to help our students be healthy, happy, and successful adults when they leave our building.  As you may know, heroin and other opioid-related deaths are an increasing problem in Wisconsin, as they are nationally.  Unfortunately, the annual number of heroin related deaths have increased in Jackson County as well.

On Wednesday, December 7, 2016, our students will attend an assembly, Amalia’s Hope, focusing on making good choices and pledging to not use drugs or alcohol.  Brigette Henschel’s message is a call to action for students to specifically refrain from using heroin.  Heroin use has increased in our area as a substitute for prescription drug abuse, due to lower cost and easier availability.

Brigette is the founder of Amalia’s Hope and began speaking to student audiences after the death of her daughter Amalia from a heroin overdose.  Her message is intended to help students think about the choices they make every day and how those choices can have an impact on their future.

Ms. Henschel will be speaking to our high school students at 1 pm in the Middle School Lunda Theater on December 7, 2016.  She will also speak with adults or community members in the evening, beginning at 6:00 pm in the Middle School Lunda Theater.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our high school office at (715) 284-4324 x 2004 for more information.

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Thank you to our Veterans!

Posted on Nov 10, 2016

On Friday at 10:00 a.m. the high school will hold our annual Veterans’ Day Assembly. We look forward to the opportunity to thank these brave men and women who have served our country. Here is our bell schedule for the day.

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Canvas Drawing Winnter

Posted on Nov 7, 2016

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Melanie Ross was the winner of the Canvas Drawing that was held after parent teacher conferences. Thank you all for entering!

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Opportunities

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Black River Falls High School is a Gilder Lehrman affiliate school.  Gilder Lehrman named BRFHS teacher Paul Rykken 2014 Wisconsin History Teacher of the Year.

Untitled-1Black River Falls High School is the site of a PBS News Hour Student Reporting Lab.

Falls History Project

Since 2000, we have been exploring and documenting the history of our region with the goal of establishing a research archive for future students and community members. We have compiled more than 600 pages of material through our annual projects, including 42 interviews with local residents on a variety of topics. Read more...

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