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Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the BCHS Theater, we will be providing information on the actions that Buhach Colony High School is taking to meet the Merced Union High School District's LCAP goals. Join us to be entered in a drawing for a 2019 Yearbook. Senior class parent/guardians in attendance will receive ONE extra BCHS 2019 graduation ticket. View flyer for meeting, LCAP: Community Informational Meeting Flyer.
Events are held in the library and cafeteria from 6:00-7:30 pm. October 11 at AHS, October 30 at LHS, November 7 at GVHS, November 14 at MHS, November 15 at BCHS, and December 5 at ECHS. See the flyer from MUHSD Scholarships, College, and Financial Aid for more information, Financial Aid Presentations & Workshops Flyer.
Come to the BCHS library October 11; Periods 3/4; October 25; Periods 6/7; November 8; Periods 2/3; November 29; Periods 4/5. Sign up now on this Google Form for a UC/CSU Application Workshop. For information view the flyer, BCHS UC/CSU Application Workshops.
If you experience bullying, sexual harassment, or other harassment, notify any staff member. TIP 411 is an anonymous tip line to alert administration of bullying and other threats to the safety and well-being of our students and staff. Text Thunder + your anonymous tip to 847411 or call 325-1447 to report to school administration directly. For more on harassment and discrimination assistance visit our district web page, MUHSD Harassment and Discrimination Assistance.
The City of Atwater Water System has Levels of 1,2,3 – Trichloropropane (TCP) are above the drinking water standard. The City of Atwater's water system has recently violated a drinking water standard. Although this is not an emergency, as our staff, students and parents, you have a right to know what happened, what you should do and what the City is doing to correct this situation. Click HERE for more information.