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
We had originally planned for three days for our finals this week. Unfortunately, due to weather, we have had to cancel classes for Tuesday and Wednesday, January 17 & 18, 2017. Therefore, we will hold our exams on Thursday this week and Monday, next week:
All four A day finals will be taken on Thursday 1/19/17.
All four B day finals will be taken on Monday 1/23/17.
Please take time tomorrow to prepare for the exams and be ready to do your absolute very best.
Stay safe and hope for better weather by Thursday morning!
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!
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.
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.
Melanie Ross was the winner of the Canvas Drawing that was held after parent teacher conferences. Thank you all for entering!