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Bayfield High School is dedicated to providing a safe and balanced atmosphere where students can develop the necessary skills to achieve and experience success as life-long learners and productive citizens of a global society. Home of the Mighty Wolverines.

Latest News

Badly Bent Benefit Concert!

Published on 01/30/2015 at 8:51 a.m. by aroach

The Bayfield High School music department has arranged a benefit concert in order to raise money to buy new instruments. The Badly Bent (bluegrass) band will be performing at the concert. It will take place on Friday, February 13th at 7:30 P.M for Valentine's Day. The concert will be in the new auditorium in the performing arts building. Tickets can be purchased at the Tuning Fork, Bottom Shelf Brewery, or from any high school music student. Tickets are $20 for a pair, or $12 for one ticket. The doors will open at 6:30 P.M. The money will be directly donated to the Bayfield High School Band to purchase new instruments. Door prizes include dinner for two at Steam Works. Come have a great time at listening to live music and support the Bayfield Band!

Amy Roach, Media Relations Intern, BSD


Refreshments in the Library

Published on 01/29/2015 at 8:53 a.m. by aroach

Ms. Leithauser will be selling coffee and tea in a plethora of flavors in the library every Monday and Thursday. It will be sold in the morning, during student success, and before lunch. It is $1 for regular tea and coffee and $2 for a flavored drink. All the money is being raised for Bayfield FOR Club (Friends of Rachel). Come and get a nice refreshment from the library!

Amy Roach, Media Relations Intern, BSD


#StateOfKind Challenge

Published on 01/27/2015 at 8:45 a.m. by aroach

Colorado schools, businesses, and individuals are joining to collectively perform 10,000 random acts of kindness in an event called State of Kind. The six month challenge kicked off at Governor Hickenlooper's inauguration on January 13, 2015. It will end at a culminating event on July 14, 2015 at the Biennial of the Americas. It is a kindness challenge for the citizens of Colorado. It is an amazing opportunity to lead the way to a kinder world through the power of community engagement and social media. Bayfield's FOR Club (Friends of Rachel) has accepted the challenge. The goal that has been set for Bayfield High School is 100 random acts of kindness. Before July 14, 2015, Bayfield High School will collectively perform 100 acts of kindness. If you have performed a random act of kindness and you would like to take part in this amazing event, share your experience on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #StateOfKind  and  #WolverinesForKindness . Whoever brings in a social media post of their random act of kindness to Ms. Leithauser will receive a sticker of the image shown above. Also, the first five schools in Colorado to hit 100 acts of kindness will receive an awesome goody bag and be featured on the Random Acts of Kindness Facebook Page, which has over half a million fans. For more info visit www.stateofkind.co The school logo will be featured on this website under "Participating Businesses and Schools." This movement is an amazing initiative to inspire young adults of the importance of kindness. This is a wonderful opportunity for Bayfield students to spread kindness and make a true change in the world. 

Amy Roach, Media Relations Intern, BSD


Girls Basketball!

Published on 01/23/2015 at 8:58 a.m. by aroach

The Bayfield Girls Basketball Team!


Cartridges for Kids

Published on 12/12/2014 at 8:39 a.m. by aroach

This winter, Earth Club, with the support of Waste Management, will be providing free, small electronic recycling services to the community.  Please bring in old, small electronics, including phones, calculators, tablets, and iPods; ink cartridges; laptop computers; digital cameras, and the small batteries found in cameras to the clearly distinguished boxes found at our community locations including Pine River Public Library, Bayfield Town Hall, First National Bank, Pine River Valley Bank, and at the office and library at Bayfield High School.  Please only bring in small electronics, and note that we are unable to accept full-sized computers or monitors at this time.  The items will be collected and sent to Waste Management, and in return BHS Earth Club will earn money to help offset the cost of recycling classroom materials throughout the district. Support this great cause this winter season!

Written by Earth Club member Mikey Fusco


New Additions to the School!

Published on 09/05/2014 at 9:07 a.m. by aroach

 

 

 

 

 

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