Bronco Nation Update 9/19/22

Dr. Bonneau's Weekly Newsletter

Speech and Debate Team meets every Thursday from 3-4pm. It’s not too late to join the team. Just come this afternoon and sign up

Students who have lunch detention: You must get your lunch from the cafeteria first and then report to AJ-122 to serve the detention. Reminders were sent out this morning for those that are scheduled to serve today. Tell an assistant principal in the cafeteria that you have lunch detention and you will be moved to the front of the line to get your food.

Students using the tardy kiosk:  The tardy system is not only printing your pass to class.  It is also printing your consequence of too being tardy too many times.  Each 6-weeks you can get 2 tardy passes without receiving a consequence. On the 3rd tardy you are assigned a lunch detention.  Please be sure to read the pass the kiosk generates.  It will show if you have any consequences and when and where to serve such consequences.

PTSA is back selling cookies during all lunches on Wednesday and Friday. For $1 (Cash only) you receive two delicious and hot Otis Spunkmeyer cookies. Sales take place by the Attendance Office.

Buy a yearbook - Order your yearbook from the link on

Senior ads in the back of the yearbook are due the first week of October.

Volume 16 of The Arena, Red Letter Days, is available to purchase now.  

Order yearbook photos here:

National Honor Society will be meeting this Thursday - September 22nd with Mr. McMahan in room I-115 at 3:05pm.

ATTENTION ALL SENIORS! - While many people know the ASVAB is a test used for military enlistment and classification, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program is much more than a military test. The ASVAB CEP is offered to all students regardless of their future career plans. The program helps students learn about their skills and interests, identify potential occupations, and discover all the pathways to career-field entry. The ASVAB test is different from the ACT and SAT. While these tests measure achievement and are for college applications, the ASVAB measures knowledge and acquired skills. This helps predict future academic and occupational success and gives students insight into their options and planning their next steps after high school.  See your counselor today to sign up for the upcoming ASVAB so that YOU can discover your strengths and occupational aptitude.”

Muslim Student Association is meeting on Tuesday at 3 in room S203 and Asian Student Union is meeting on Wednesday at 3 in room S203.

This past Saturday, 31 students from the Legacy Choirs participated in the Round 1 All-State auditions at Martin High School.  We are so proud of all students who auditioned, and 20 have advanced to the Round 2 auditions held in October.  Way to go Choir.  Thank you for representing Bronco Nation well!