A special persons’ luncheon will be held on November 4, 2016 at Wolf Ridge. The deadline to make your reservation is October 21, 2016. Please contact the office for more information.
Dear Parents and Families,
On Thursday, September 15th, we will begin our two week fundraiser “Penny Wars.” The Penny Wars will be between each class K-5, and between each RTI class in the junior high. It will run from Thursday, September 15th, through Thursday, September 29th. Each class will have a large container located in the entrance of the school, as students come in to school they will have the opportunity to put their pennies, dollars, or silver coins in the containers. Students may put pennies or dollars in their class container. Continue reading
The national chapter award program is designed to recognize FFA chapters that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization. These chapters improve chapter operations using the National Quality FFA Chapter Standards and a Program of Activities that emphasizes growing leaders, building communities and strengthening agriculture. Selected schools that excel in these areas receive a gold, silver or bronze placing.
Bunker Hill was selected as a recipient and received a Bronze award this year under the sponsorship of Mr. Brian Young.
Macoupin County Public Transportation is offering transportation to students not eligible to ride a bus because they live within 1.5 miles of the school. The service will be offered for $20 a month. Please click here to see how to register your child.
The September Student of the Month at Bunker Hill High School is Kourtney Proctor. Her parents are Roger and Sherry Proctor. She has four sisters, Tricia Waggener, Aleena Proctor, Kaitlin Proctor, and the youngest, Samantha Proctor. Kourtney is an active member of FCA, FFA, Student Council, and Drama Club. During High School, Kourtney was also inducted into National Honor Society and was chosen as September Student of the Month. Kourtney is an employee at Bunker Hill Subway, and spends a lot of her time doing volunteer work. Continue reading
Mr. Adams and the kindergartners having fun in Music class!
Quite a creative Student Council Race at Wolf Ridge.
A Wolf Ridge Junior High student learning on Day one of classes!