Friday, Feb 26, 2021

“A” Week - Regular Schedule


A Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) Information Virtual Meeting for students and parents is scheduled for Wednesday, March 24th, at 7:15am.  This meeting is for both students and parents.  If you are interested in participating in PSEO, please plan to attend this meeting. The meeting will be held through Google Meets. The BSU PSEO Coordinator will be in the meeting.  Please email your counselor to receive a link to the meeting and/or additional PSEO information. Deadline to apply for PSEO for the 2021-2022 school year is May 30, 2021.


The Bemidji Driving School will be holding a new drivers education class beginning March 1st in the Commons from 3:15pm - 6:15pm. To sign up or get more information please call 218-759-2684


Conservation Corps MN & IA  is a nonprofit dedicated to engaging youth and young adults in meaningful service, leadership development, and environmental stewardship. Check out the awesome opportunities they have available this summer!  Please see the attached flyers for additional information.

·  Summer Youth Corps Position

Conservation Corps MN & IA offers many positions for youth (age 15 - 18) from learning technical field skills to running community events. If you are interested in serving outdoors this summer, please check out the following opportunities:

Summer Youth Corps: This is the summer residential program. For five weeks, mid-June to mid-August, youth will work on a crew with five other youth and two crew leaders, camp in parks throughout Minnesota, and work to restore natural areas by maintaining and creating trails, removing invasive plants, restoring natural habitat, and completing basic construction projects. Review details or apply here.  For more information, please contact the Program Manager: Teresa Butel (she/her/hers), or 816-824-4639

·  Increasing Diversity in Environmental Careers (IDEC)

This is a program open to high school seniors with an interest in natural resources who plan to enroll in an accredited two- or four- year institution in MN this fall and pursue a STEM degree. The IDEC program provides a unique opportunity for underrepresented students, specifically, women, racial or ethnic minorities, and/or individual with disabilities to develop a career path through three components:

o Fellowship: The fellowship provides students with a supportive community, yearly academic scholarship, and professional development.

o Mentorship: The mentorship aims to enhance college success, encourage personal and professional development, and promote career advancement by pairing fellows with employees at one of the participating state agencies.

o Internship: The full-time paid internship, which runs from May to August, allows fellows to learn more about environmental and natural resources career paths through paid, on-the-job experience.

They are actively accepting applications until May 28, 2021 and free online information sessions are offered throughout the application period!  Contact May Yang (she/her/hers) at or at 651-785-6209. If you have any questions, please contact Bemidji Career Academies Staff!

Attention Students --

Are you interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery?) This exam is offered free of charge, but students need to register with Mrs. Curran in the Library by March 5th, 2021.  Please see Mrs. Curran if you have any questions about this test.


New ticketing procedure for winter sports - Home events only:

All tickets must be purchased ahead of time at  No tickets will be sold at the door. The ticket window will open to the general public on a first come first served basis, 4 hours prior to the event.  We are allowed a max of 250 spectators.

You can use the following links for each sport or go to and click on Buy tickets.

Boys Hockey:

Girls Hockey:

Boys Basketball:

Girls Basketball:




Bemidji Area Schools Indian Education 2021 Artist and Writers Show 

Open to all Bemidji Area School District students in grades 4-12

·  Submissions will be accepted by Indian Education through Monday, March 15.

·  All entries should relate to Native American culture, language, and traditions.

·  Students may submit 2 entries per category.

Art- Paint/Drawing

Crafts- Beadwork/Dreamcatchers

Writing- Poetry/Short Story

Hand Drum (up to 3 students in one video) Send a video singing a hand drum song to 

·  Entries can be turned into your school’s Indian Education Department.

·  Judging will be held March 22- April 1st.

·  Winners will be announced the following week.

·  We will make arrangements for art to be returned to you.

·  For more information please contact your school’s Indian home/school liaison.- Jess Ness in the blue office.


If you are interested or would like to have a voice in how school policies are established or have ideas how to improve Bemidji High School and Bemidji Area Schools, we would like you to consider applying to be a Student Representative to the Bemidji Area Schools Board. The School Board meets monthly on the third Monday evening at 6:30 p.m.  Special School Board Meetings and Work Sessions are scheduled as necessary throughout the year. We are looking for two Bemidji High School Student Representatives (grades 11 or 12) who will represent students at-large. If you are interested please send a letter of interest to Tim Lutz, Superintendent of Schools.




Lumberjack Action:

Gymnastics:  6:00 vs Fergus Falls at Fergus Falls High School


Boys Hockey:  JV @ 5:30, V @ 7:15 vs Willmar at BCA


Girls Basketball:  JV @ 5:45, V @ 7:15 vs Willmar at BHS