Eighteen new members were inducted into the Beggs High School Chapter of the National Honor Society this afternoon. Several current NHS members attended the ceremony to congratulate them and the new chapter officers who were also honored.
The BHS Jazz Band kicks off the annual Christmas concert 🎄
It's finally GAME DAY for you Lady Demons & Demons High School basketball teams! Come & support both teams tonight, girls start at 6! 🏀
My English I classes have been working on discovering Latin Roots and
common Latin Phrases we use today, inspired by the reading of "Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone."
BHS English Instructor
Members of the Beggs High School Spanish Club got in the spirit of giving this week by donating items for a food drive. We are proud of them!
Congratulations! The votes are in.
2023/2024 Beggs High School National Honor Society Officers are:
President Macey McCoy (voted in last year as vice-president)
Vice-President Natalie Jones
Secretary Cassidy Lamborn
Historian Jackson Siegenthaler
Enjoy your break Demon Nation.
School resumes on Monday, November 27.
Catch some Lady Demon and Golden Demon Basketball action beginning December 5. Download the Beggs Public Schools app to have the schedule at your fingertips. Check the app store or Google Play for access.
Plan to join this group and travel to Barcelona and Paris in June of 2024.
High School Boy's Basketball home scrimmage tomorrow morning 10 a.m.
Good Luck to BHS Cheer at Gameday State tomorrow in Moore.
High school students in Mrs. Hudson's Algebra 1 class are working on a Ratio and Proportion interactive lesson today!The M&M's are an added benefit.
Get in touch with a baseball player or coach today.
Our 2023 Beggs High School Homecoming royalty were crowned Friday night during pre-game ceremonies. Piper Nix, representing the ladies golf team, was crowned queen. Representing the Band of Demons, Ezrah Anderson, was crowned king.
Rounding out the homecoming royalty were flower girl, Allie Adney; and crown bearer,Drake Adney.
Photo provided by the BHS Yearbook Staff
A group of high school English students along with those from the Drama/Acting class spent the day in Tulsa. They traveled to Oral Roberts University to catch the theatre department's production of William Shakespeare's, "The Tempest."
Sponsors included BHS English instructors Kaylee Watson and Jeffrey With.
Adding to their medal counts this season, three BHS Cross Country runners placed at their most recent meet. Placing at the Oklahoma Baptist University Cross Country Meet were Jeremiah Hughes, 7th place; Isaiah Clay, 9th place; and Chasity Clay, 18th.
The BHS runners are shown with boy's Coach Rodney Tate. Not pictured is Denise Gray, who coaches the girl's team. They will be in action again next week at Cushing.
All school sites will have In-Person Learning on Monday.
Fall Break Oct. 11-13