Blackhawk High School




1.    Attention Seniors:  Your Senior Exit Interview project will be due to the Senior Exit Interview Schoology Page by Friday October 22, 2021.  The interview date is scheduled for the Act 80 Day on Tuesday November 23, 2021.  Please refrain from scheduling vacations, work, appointments, or college visits on that day as this is the only date scheduled for presentations.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Mensch in Room 224 or Mrs. Pegher in the guidance office.

2.    Order forms for t-shirts that support Mr. Wolber and the lives that were lost in Afghanistan are available in Room 201.  Order forms and payment are due on Wednesday, September 22 to Miss Young in room 201 or to a student council officer. Student Council members will also come to homerooms to collect forms and payment.  Shirts will arrive on October 20.  Wear your shirts to school and to the football game on October 22.  If you have any questions, please contact the Football Mothers Organization or the email listed on the order form.

3.    “Homecoming 2021” is right around the corner! Homecoming is on Saturday, October 16 from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Ticket sales will begin on Monday, September 27 and end on Friday, October 8. Tickets are $15 for BHS students and $20 for outside guests. Only juniors and seniors may bring outside guests. Outside guests must be juniors or seniors currently enrolled in high school or BHS graduates under 21.  Check out the district webpage, talk to a student council officer, or see Miss Young with any questions.


2022 Graduation Cap

Senior Exit Interview Info

Dates and Deadlines

  • Presentation aid for exit interview must be turned in by Friday, October 22. Presentation aid and resume must be submitted to the Senior Exit Interview (SEI) Schoology page. Schoology file should be named using Last Name, First Name RES & Last Name, First Name PP
  • Exit interviews will be held on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. Students will receive a 20-minute timeslot for their exit interview. Timeslots will be handed out at the beginning of November. 


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