Melissa Lincicum was honored on February 2, as Bement High School January Student of the Month. Julie Reynolds, FCCLA advisor commented, “Melissa works very hard at everything she does. She is genuine and has a great deal of empathy for others. As FCCLA President, she is very organized and ran Bement’s first Homelessness Awareness Week. She is always willing to help with whatever needs done and . . .
Looking for something to do? We are hosting our third annual trivia night on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Albert Parker Post #620 American Legion. Please consider putting together a team of up to eight people for a night that is sure to be a good time! The cost per team is $80. To register, please return the bottom portion of this form with payment to the high school office ASAP. Due to space constraints, there is a . . .
Caroline Hill is the 2017 Bement Elementary and Middle School Spelling Bee Champion! Eighth grader, Victoria Vandivier was the second place winner of the bee. Caroline's winning word was alliance . Caroline and Victoria will represent Bement Schools at the Piatt County Spelling Bee in Monticello on Thursday, February 16, 2017 along with Gabrielle Block-fourth grade, Jariah Adamson-sixth grade, and Addie Fritz, . . .
Flyer Bement Schools currently collects Boxtops for Education and Labels for Education in the Elementary Office. For more information regarding these programs, click here . Also, please send in any JTA Foods receipts as well to either the Elementary or High School Offices. For the last several years, JTA Foods has donated a percentage of those receipts back to the school. Thank you! For more . . .
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