PE Program

Our PE program is participating in the Fitnessgram program. The Fitnessgram is a program that tests students’ aerobic capacity, upper body strength, core strength, and flexibility.  It builds a strong healthy foundation starting with students in 3rd grade. The program teaches them, through a hands-on approach, that being physically active in childhood pays off later on in life. The results of the test classify children’s performance as Healthy Fitness Zone or Needs Improvement zone.

 

  • To measure Aerobic Capacity: 1-Mile Run tests a child’s endurance and is a great indicator of fitness
  • To measure Muscle Strength
  1. Push-ups are a measure of upper body and trunk strength and endurance.
  2. Curl-ups are a measure of abdominal strength and endurance
  • To measure Flexibility: Sit and reach tests for flexibility of the trunk.

BHHS Students Compete in Student Learning Olympiad

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On Tuesday, February 14, 2017, eight students from Bunker Hill High School competed in the Student Learning Olympiad.  The competition challenged students’ problem solving, cooperative learning, technology, and construction skills.  Bunker Hill’s Team One participants were Jalie Merritt, Ben Kahl, Amy Duty and Nathan Cauley.  Bunker Hill’s Team Two participants were Tracy Skersick, Steven Thyer, Alexis Scroggins and Chase Stubs.

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BHHS Team One placed 6th out of 30 teams.  BHHS Team Two placed 11th.  During each task, the students were asked to rely on teamwork and prior knowledge to figure out how to complete the unfamiliar tasks.

The Regional Office of Education #40 sponsors this annual event, and this year it was held at the Cross Church in Carlinville.

6th Grade Olympiad Team

6th grade Olympiad team placed first in a 3 way tie last week in Carlinville! Mr. Seth Shultz is an Olympiad sponsor along with Ms. Cheryl Best and Ms. Katie Sutton.

We are so very proud of our students.

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6th grade team: Grant Burch, Ruth Gibson, Olivia Gresham, and Juliana Scroggins

February Student of the Month

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The February Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Jalie Merritt. She is the daughter of Julie and James Merritt, and her siblings are Jestine and James Merritt. Jalie participates in Drama Club and FFA, and is a Student Council officer, the Community Service Leader of FCA, and the Senior Class President.  First in her class, Jalie has been on the Principal’s List all four years of high school. After high school, she plans on attending a state university and double-majoring in Astronomy/Astrophysics and foreign languages. Her favorite high school memories took place in her participation in Drama Club.

BHHS Students Attend Leading Seminars at Illinois College

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Bunker Hill High School Students attend  “Building High School Leaders” seminar at Illinois College.  This seminar included “Unleash the Leader Within You” lead by two-time Olympian and championship coach Sherry Winn.  Students also attended a “Building a Winning High School Resume” session on how to best promote their high school leadership experiences for college and job opportunities.

History of Bunker Hill

The Bunker Hill School District is partnering with the City of Bunker Hill and the Bunker Hill Historical Society to raise awareness of the history of our town and show our pride for the community. The attached flier shows the new project we have for students. We are hoping to have at least 15 sponsors to support our students and town.

Please contact Stephanie Cann, Principal of Wolf Ridge Elementary, Mayor of Bunker Hill, if you are interested in being a part of this great opportunity for both our students and the community.

Thank you!

Ms. Cann-618-585-4831

Bunker Hill City Hall-618-585-3311

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January Student of the Month

Chase Williams

The January Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Chase WIlliams. He is the son of Selone and Angela Williams. He has two sisters, Slone Williams and Brittany Smith and one brother, Michael Williams. Chase was co-captain of the football team, captain of the basketball team, which recently earned second place in the Carlinville Holiday Tournament where he was selected for the All-Tournament Team. Continue reading