STUDENT LUNCHES & FOOD DELIVERIES AT SCHOOL
Each day, students should plan to bring a lunch from home or purchase one in the cafeteria.
When a student forgets to pack a lunch, parents may drop one off in the front office prior to their child's lunch period, or contact the office to make arrangements for the student to purchase a meal that day.
DO NOT order food to be delivered to the school through such services as Grubhub and Uber Eats.
We are prohibiting this practice because it is proving disruptive to the school day. It encourages student usage of cellphones in class, and orders through these services usually do not arrive in time for the student's lunch period, causing them to miss class while they eat their meals in the office.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
BPAC COMMUNITY RESOURCE FAIR
On March 19, the BSD2 Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee (BPAC) in collaboration with Fenton High School is hosting an evening for families to explore community resources.
DIGITAL MEDIA AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM
A new digital media after-school program offered through the new Blackhawk RISE Academy will teach students the basic concepts of audio production using storytelling and beats.
The program will be held after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the Makerspace in the BMS Learning Center.
Transportation will be provided.
EARLY DISMISSAL REMINDER
Tuesday is early dismissal day. Students are dismissed at 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
News & Notifications
Classes will begin on Wednesday, August 14, and the last day of school will be Friday, May 22, unless emergency days are needed. Other key dates are as follows ...
Tenuto Orchestra is offering third and fourth graders two free opportunities to try the violin this week: March 19 and 21.
Login information for the BSD2 online registration portal will be sent home in backpack mail on Friday, April 5, along with more detailed instructions.
SMART SUMMER FUN! District 2’s STEM camps and JumpStart program will offer exciting learning opportunities for students this summer.
Registration forms will be available Monday, April 1, in schools’ front offices, and must be submitted -- along with a $25 non-refundable registration fee--by Friday, April 26. Space in each program is limited, and seats will go fast!
Receptions honoring student artists whose works were selected for exhibition in the Bensenville Arts Council's annual Student Art Show will be held Thursday, April 4, at the Bensenville Community Public Library.
Kids 10 and younger are encouraged to join Bensenville Community Public Library and Bensenville School District 2 for their second annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny.