Eighth Graders Examine Career Possibilities What do you want to be when you grow up? It's a familiar question most junior high students don't really know how to answer. After an all day field trip to the Career Exploration Laboratory at Danville Area Community College on Tuesday, November 10, Bismarck-Henning eighth grade students can answer that questions with more . . .
The BHHS Key Club was at it again. This time, students were helping out at Danville’s Festival of Tree’s Princess Tea Party at the Palmer Arena on Saturday, 14 November 2015. 21 students came in to help with the event. This year, the theme was “Frozen,” so students were assisting Olaf, Elsa, and . . .
BHHS health students recently were involved in a 2 day CPR-AED education experience! They all learned CPR – rescue breathing – and AED use! Each student had the unique opportunity to practice these skills on a mannequin of their own as well as how to place and use an AED. Did you know that anyone can learn CPR . . .
The fifth and sixth grade students of Bismarck-Henning Junior High participated in an Amazing Race challenge! Students who had a combination of less than five missing assignments, late homework, and zeros throughout the month of October were able to attend. The students worked in teams to complete six riddles on their treasure map. . . .
Did they make it to America?
Following a unit on Immigration, the fourth grade students were recently able to experience what it was like to be an immigrant from Germany, Ireland, or Italy. Students came dressed in clothes that would have been worn back in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Students were put in family groups and given . . .