Changes in the School Calendar Due to the Tornado Days
With the closure of school last week, we will have lost six days of instruction. Please make note of the following adjustments to the master calendar. Also, please forward to your faculty and staff.
End of Quarter 3—March 15 (change from March 12)
Report Card—April 3 (change from March 19)
The week of March 18 - 22 is technically Quarter 4, but please use this as you need to do so to finish teaching objectives and standards for Quarter 3.
Quarter 3 = 42 days (was 45) / Quarter 4 = 43 days (was 46)
Tornado Counseling Available
There are people in our community who are willing to help children and families who have been affected by the tornadoes in our area whether it be physically and/or emotionally. Please contact your school counselor, Ms. Renae Robbins at 334.528.7672, or Ms. Gina Ivey, Lee County Schools' Social Worker at 334.705.4156 if you need help with something.
- Tornado Relief Information
We are continually being asked what people can do to help. Right now, a lot of relief items have being donated.
Many of our Beauregard School District families will need financial assistance. We will either have no insurance or will have been under covered.
Donations that will go directly to Beauregard families can be sent to Beauregard High School. All of the principals in our district will work in harmony to distribute any funds received in the best manner possible.
The address is:
Beauregard High School
Attention: Ms. Alicia Folds
7443 Alabama Hwy 51
Opelika, AL 36804
Please make checks payable to: Beauregard High School and be sure to write “Tornado Victim Relief” on the memo line.
Any donations will be appreciated. You can rest assured that any donations will go directly to families in need. We have over 600 families displaced. We have so many in need.
Parking and Entry for Softball and Baseball Games During Construction
Dear Beauregard Parents:
As most of you are aware, we are have a large scale construction project on going on the campus. So far, our students have been very cooperative and they have done what we have asked them to do with regard to changing classes and staying outside of the construction zone. Please understand, we have no control over the construction zone. It is fenced with signs stating “No Trespassing” and “No Vehicles Are Allowed Beyond This Point.” Also, these signs state, “Your Vehicle Will Be Towed at Your Expense If You Are In The Construction Zone.”
We are working diligently to find solutions to the logistical problems associated with spring athletics. We ask for your patience and cooperation during this spring sports season. We are erecting some fences this week to help solve and alleviate some of the these problems. No one will be allowed to drive vehicles to the softball or baseball field. There will be a designated area to walk to and from the fields. Anyone needing assistance getting to the field should let us know and a golf cart will be provided to take him/her to the field.
Please know that we are doing everything we can to solve these problems while keeping everyone safe in the process. If anyone has questions or comments, please call me at Beauregard High School at 334-705-6010.
Richard L. Brown, Sr., Principal
BHS/SMS students selected for the All-State Chorus
Beauregard 33, Wenonah 13