Monthly Archives: October 2015

Theater Field Trip

Theater Field Trip

The Theater Department took a field trip today to Otterbein University to see the production of “Much Ado About Nothing” as they gear up for “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon”, the first production at BUHS in over 30 years! Make sure you catch the play November 20th and 21st at 7:30 PM.

Theater Field Trip

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Veteran’s Day Program 2015

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Please plan to attend the 16th Annual Veterans Day Program that will be held on Friday, Nov. 13.  Berne Union is privileged and proud to once again host this event that honors so many Veterans.  We will offer a new procedure for Veteran check-in this year just inside the main entrance doors. Check-in will begin at 12:30. The assembly is scheduled at 1:00pm in the high school gym, followed by a group picture and reception in our community room. The event is open to all Veterans, their family members or any community members that wish to attend. If you would like further details or would like to confirm you attendance, please contact Sonya Downour at 740-746-8341 ext. 118.

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2 Hour Delay

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This is just a reminder that Berne Union will be on a two hour delay this Friday, October 23. Please make note of this on your calendars if you haven’t already.

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Sugar Grove Field Trip

Last week, the 3rd grade classes had the opportunity to take a field trip around Sugar Grove to learn more about the town and its history. Below are some of the photos taken from the trip.

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Picture Retakes (High School)

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High School students should have received their pictures last Friday October 9th. If you would like retakes, please note that picture retakes are scheduled for October 27th. Students/Parents may choose to have photos retaken at that time.

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Crater Experiment

Below you will find images of our third grade students learning about the formation of craters. In this experiment, students dropped both large and small marbles to see how craters are formed and what size craters are formed with the various sized marbles.

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