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2018-19 Student and Staff Accomplishments

    • Congratulations to Staff Members Jane Darrow and Susan Malone: for being selected as Education Foundation Payroll Deduction Grant recipients.  Their student-centered, worthwhile Realizing Your Potential project and Memory Garden project contribute significantly to enriching and validating the scholastic experiences of our students.  Thank you to the members of the Education Foundation for your continued support of our students and staff!
    • Congratulations to Bryce Agnew for winning HS Football Player of the Week

    • Congratulations to Rachel Hall on being a National Merit Scholarship Program Finalist.  She scored among the top 1% of over 1.6 million PSAT/SMSQT participating students.  Congratulations to Douglas Poole and Rose Son on being National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students.  These students scored among the top 3% of over 1.6 million PSAT/NMSQT participating students.  Click here to see all of our 2018 National Academically Recognized students.

    • OCALICON is a national special education conference being held in Columbus, November 15-17, 2018.   We are very excited to announce that BMHS Transition Coordinator Mrs. Melissa Haskins-Berger was accepted as a speaker for the conference and will be presenting on the topic Transition Planning, Not Just for High School.  It is a great honor to be selected as a speaker.

    • BMHS senior and Realizing Your Potential (RYP) member Journee Carnegie is shown here with Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson at the graduation ceremony for the Cleveland Police Foundation’s Public Safety Career Pipeline.  Journee completed six weeks of hands-on exposure to careers in law enforcement, fire, and EMS.  Great job, Journee!

    • Congratulations to Berea-Midpark High School Advanced Choir members, Kydon Elam (senior) and Ryan Kudlaty (junior), for being selected into the 2019 All-State Honors Choir!  Bravo to Alyse Hancock Phillips (senior) who was selected as an Alternate!  The very competitive, state-wide selection process included 900 All-State Choir applicants.  The All-State Choir will perform at the OMEA Convention January 31st - Feb. 2nd here in Cleveland, Ohio.

    • 2018 BMHS Titans graduate, Katherine Valencic, was honored this past June with the Girl Scouts national honor of The Gold Award.  It represents a girl’s time, leadership, creativity, and contribution to making the world a better place. We are proud of you Katherine!
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News & Announcements

  • Concerning Parking Violations

    Please note that Berea-Midpark High School is not responsible for any Parking Violations that you receive at St. Paul Lutheran Church or Baldwin Wallace University.


     

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  • Division I All-Ohio football: Berea-Midpark QB Trevor Bycznski is 2018 offensive player of the year

    Berea-Midpark quarterback Trevor Bycznski put up big numbers in his high school career, and his senior season ended with the reward of top offensive player in Division I for the state.  Congratulations Trevor!


     

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  • We wish each of our Titans families a Happy Thanksgiving!  Celebrating this holiday of gratitude, we express our sincere appreciation of our local fire and police departments for their ongoing services of providing support, safety, and protection.  In particular, School Resource Officer Fadil and Officer Bort & K-9 Officer Vader have been instrumental partners in the effective realization of such at Berea-Midpark High School.  With their assistance, we have not only conducted safety drills and random drug dog searches (of book-bags and lockers), but we have also afforded helpful support for students and families dealing with unfortunate circumstances.


     

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  • TWO-HOUR DELAY - NEW FOR 2018-19
    The use of a two-hour delayed school opening may be utilized when the additional two (2) hours would allow for inclement weather to rise to an acceptable level. With the option of the two-hour delay, we will more likely be able to have school and avoid using as many calamity days. 

    A major part of a two-hour delay school opening involves the transportation of students to schools. Under a two-hour delay schedule, all schools will begin the day two (2) hours later than the regular starting time. The school day will end at the usual time. Students receiving school bus transportation should go to their normal bus stop location two (2) hours later than their regular pick-up time.

    As with school closings, the two-hour delay to the start of the school day will be announced through the local media and our telephone message system to parents. If for any reason the two-hour delay is not sufficient to ensure safe travel, the District will close for the entire day. If this is the case, a second call will be made via our telephone messaging service.

    Please see the Superintendent's Message  and Berea-Midpark High School's 2-hour Delayed Start Bell Schedule.


     

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  • Emergency Drill

    Please note that in the morning of Friday, November 9, 2018, together with the local Police & Fire Departments, we will conduct an ALICE Emergency Intruder DRILL.  (See the ALICE Training/Talking Points document available in our November 2018 vol. 1 BMHS Newsletter https://www.berea.k12.oh.us/domain/1126.)  Prior to the DRILL, classroom teachers and staff will be instructing students of the ALICE response procedures.  Then, simulated in the DRILL, will be an emergency situation in which staff and students, depending on the presented circumstances, will be expected to respond accordingly.  Authority Personnel will be present in the building and outside on the BMHS campus to coordinate students and staff.

    If you should have any questions or concerns, please contact Principal Ruggiero at 216-898-8900 #5407.

    Thank you for your continued cooperation and support.



     

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  • First Semester Final Exam Schedule

    Final Exams will take place prior to the Winter Break.  Please click link to Final Exam Schedule.


     

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  • Berea-Midpark High School - Q104 Jeremiah Show's High School of the Week!

    Please listen to Q104 in the morning and check-out our promotional video!

     https://www.facebook.com/JshowQ104/videos/278446209448631/


     

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  • 2018 National Academic

    Recognition of

    Berea-Midpark High School Students

    Each year, Berea-Midpark High School students participate in standardized testing opportunities that measure the academic achievement of school-aged participants across the United States.  A number of present Berea-Midpark High students and recent 2018 graduates has been nationally recognized by the College Board organization for their achievements on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) and/or College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.  Berea-Midpark High School proudly announces the following 2018 distinguished student accomplishments: 2018 National Academic Recognition


     

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  • Dear Berea-Midpark High School Families, Administrators and Teachers:

    The Berea Midpark High School PTSA knows that a strong partnership among our families, school leaders and community members is important to the success of our students and school. That’s why we are participating in the National PTA School of Excellence program, which grows partnerships between PTAs and schools to enrich the educational experience and overall well-being of all students.

    At a National PTA School of Excellence, families feel welcomed and empowered to support student success, and PTA is a key partner for continuous school improvement. We feel Berea Midpark High School and BMHS PTSA can achieve that together—and the result will be national, state and community-wide visibility for the positive impact we are making together at Berea Midpark High School.

    We need your help! As part of the process, National PTA requests feedback from families, administrators and teachers at two points in the school year—the beginning and the end. Your feedback will help National PTA generate a customized guide which will provide specific recommendations for improving our family-school partnership and achieving excellence. If you have children in other buildings and have already completed a survey, please complete this one also. Each school is surveying their families and each school needs a completed survey.

    Please take 5-10 minutes to reflect on your experience at this school and complete the following survey. Mark an “X” in the box that most accurately expresses how you feel about your experience. The survey can be completed online at https://www.surveyface.com/l/bmhs-ptsa-school-of-excellence-survey

    Don’t forget to join PTSA and show your support for all that we do. Join online at https://my.cheddarup.com/c/berea-midpark-high-school-ptsa

    Sincerely,
    Becky Conroy
    BMHS PTSA President 
    If you have any questions, contact me at conroybecky@yahoo.com
    Thank you for your continued support and collaboration as we work toward becoming a National PTA School of Excellence!


     

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  •  Baldwin Wallace University and Berea celebrate Frankenstein as the tale turns 200

     "It's alive!," so to speak, as Baldwin Wallace University's Ritter Library, in collaboration with community organizations, presents "Frankenstein: 200 Years," an all-inclusive Frankenstein Festival celebrating the power of the horrifying monster tale born 200 years ago. 

    Berea-Midpark Students Bring Monster to Life

    To bring the festival's main man to life, BW collaborated with Berea-Midpark High School's impressive visual effects and design program to create a replica of the fantastical monster.

    Berea-Midpark teacher James Bycznski and his high school students are familiar with constructing and designing all sorts of creatures in their TitanFX art program, which has received recognition for collaboration with local theaters, independent filmmakers, businesses, schools and the award-winning 2006 film "Crops."

    Read the full story here.

    An Instagram-worthy vignette, featuring Dr. Frankenstein's monster in his "reading room," is part of an exhibit in BW's Ritter library during the Frankenstein Festival, which runs through Halloween.


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  • Berea-Midpark Alma Mater
    Oh the times that we recall,

    When our years as yet were few,

    The glory that we share with one and all.

     

    As the days go racing by,

    We sing Berea-Midpark High,

    Remembering how she watched as strong we grew.

     

    Orange and Blue we’ll always be,

    Berea-Midpark Titans loyally.

     

    Until our days at last are few,

    We still will praise and honor you,

    And sing your songs, Berea-Midpark High.

     

    And sing your songs, Berea-Midpark High.

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