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BREAKFAST SERVED DURING SUMMER FOR ALL CHILDREN
Bloom Township High School District 206 will participate in a summer breakfast program through the NSLP Seamless Summer Option (SSO). A free breakfast, which meets federal guidelines, will be made available to students in District 206 summer programs and to all children (18 years of age and under) in the community.

Breakfast will be served from 7:00am – 8:00am, Monday through Thursday. The program will begin on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 and end on Thursday, July 12, 2018. Breakfast will be served in the student cafeteria at Bloom High School, 101 W. 10th St., Chicago Heights, IL.

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Desayuno servido durante el verano para todos los niños
El distrito escolar Bloom Township High School 206 participará en un programa de desayuno este verano a través de NSLP Seamless Summer Option (SSO). El desayuno, que cumple con las reglas federales, será gratis y disponible para estudiantes del distrito escolar 206 que están en el programa de verano y para todos los niños (de 18 años o menos) en la comunidad.


Desayuno se servirá de 7:00AM a 8:00AM, de lunes a jueves. El programa empezará el martes, 29 de mayo del 2018 y terminará el jueves, 12 de julio del 2018. Desayuno se servirá en la cafetería de estudiantes de Bloom High School, 101 W 10th St., Chicago Heights, IL.


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Ms. 1000, Tanea White signs with Roosevelt
IHSA Organizational Band Competition
IHSA Organizational Band Competition
I want to thank everyone for your support of the band activities and your flexibility with band student schedules this year. I also want to thank everyone who helped us with our band raffle fundraiser. Between your support, flexibility and our students' hard work we had a very successful year. We demonstrated our success this past Saturday at Tinley park HS at the IHSA Organizational Competition.

The Bloom Township Concert Band received a Division II (excellent) rating. The students played exceptionally well and we are looking forward to returning next year and doing even better. Please take a moment and congratulate our band students on their hard work.

Again, I thank you all for all that you do to support us.
Best,
Michael Bielecki
Director of Bands
Bloom Twp Barber College
Bloom Twp Barber College
Bloom Twp students will have the opportunity to join Barber College.
Construction on Cottage Grove
Construction on Cottage Grove
Construction work is being done on Cottage Grove for the next couple of weeks. During this time, Cottage Grove will be closed to through traffic between Sauk Trail and Steger Roads. The entrance and exit to Bloom Trail's parking lot will be accessible from Sauk Trail only. No cars or buses will be able to travel on Cottage Grove coming from the south.
Bloom Trail Students Complete CNA Training
Bloom Trail Students Complete CNA Training
These Bloom Trail High School students are the first to complete the new Certified Nursing Assistant Program at Prairie State College!
Chess team Conference Results
Chess team Conference Results
The Bloom Township Chess Team completed conference play Tuesday night. Overall, the team placed 2nd in conference with a record of 6-1. Our final record for the season is 10-5. Please congratulate all the individual winners in this seasons conference play!

Seniors
Dennis Winder: 2nd place overall Board 1 #1 Senior in conference!
Alexander Godley: 6th Place overall Board 2
Cruz Luna: 3rd Place overall Board 3
Joshua Martin: 1st Place overall Board 4 #2 Senior in conference!
Chase Vehrs: 2nd Place overall Board 4 #3 Senior in conference!
Greg Baker: 2nd Place overall Board 8

Juniors
Austin Jones: 5th Place overall Board 6
Gustavo Saucedo: 6th Place overall Board 6
LeeAndre Jones: 1st Place overall Board 8
Jorge Vasquez: 5th Place overall Board 8
Jawan Foxworth: 6th Place overall Board 8

Sophomores
Chi Vo: 5th Place overall Board 1 (Also placed 2nd on Board 1 at the Illini Classic this past Saturday!)
Jennifer Paz: 7th Place overall Board 2
Adaly Navarro: 4th Place overall Board 4
Kyle Greenwood: 7th Place overall Board 6

Freshman
Cody Jackson: 5th Place overall Board 3 #3 Freshman in conference!
Juliveth Membrano: 3rd Place overall Board 5

Special Recognition goes to Senior Dennis Winder who became the 2017 Blitzmaster by winning the conference Blitz tournament! He went undefeated with 6 individual wins!

Final event for the chess team this season is the IHSA State Tournament in Peoria February 10th and 11th. Please congratulate the following players on making the State Team roster!

Dennis Winder
Alexander Godley
Joshua Martin
Austin Jones
Chase Vehrs
Chi Vo
Jawan Foxworth
Cruz Luna
Gustavo Saucedo
Cody Jackson
Jorge Vasquez
Juliveth Membrano

The chess team thanks everyone who has supported them this season! We hope to do well at the state tournament!
Chicago Heights Rotary Club: November Student of the Month
Chicago Heights Rotary Club: November Student of the Month
Deja Scott is the November student of the month and was recently honored at the Chicago Heights Rotary Club monthly meeting. Deja is in the top of her class and is currently tied for the highest GPA in her Sophomore class. Deja has made her education a priority and her extracurricular contributions are great. She plays the clarinet in the band, is a member of Sophomore Board, Chemistry Club, T3, Blazer Book Club, Chess and serves on the school Leadership Team. She has a warm personality and teachers noted that she always starts class with a 'Hello," and leaves with a "Good Bye." She is an excellent student and member of the Bloom Trail HS community and we are proud to recognize her as our student of the month.
December Student of the Month: Caitlyn Nardi
December Student of the Month: Caitlyn Nardi
Caitlyn Nardi is the Bloom Trial High School student of the month for December by the Rotary Club of Chicago Heights.

Her teachers admire her hard work, respectful attitude, and being a team player.

Caitlyn has a quiet focus and dedication to her work, her ability to be articulate about difficult concepts and texts, her sensitivity to the nuances within literature, and her passion for reading, writing, and creative expression, both in and out of the classroom. Congratulations Caitlyn!
Parent University Second Annual Event a Great Success
Parent University Second Annual Event a Great Success
On behalf of Parent University Planning Committee,

We want to thank you for making our 2nd annual Parent University a success. The day ran smoothly, parents seemed to really enjoy themselves based on responses from, speakers, vendors, community partners, and parents. Parent University is a District event, it allows parents a valuable opportunity to engage and connect with other parents, community partners and staff while having access to numerous resources from the local community free of charge. We offered free classes for parents, that were aimed at meeting the needs of our families at District 206. This couldn't have been possible without the assistance of countless people who helped prepare ahead of time, work during the event itself and clean up afterwards.

Overall the day was a success, it was a community effort for sure from beginning to end.

Many of thanks to the following people & clubs:

Valerie Acosta
Marilyn Bittner
Sheva Franklin
Patty Martinez
Brenda Macon
Nathan Schmidt
Katherine Steward
Tony Townes
Sherman White

District 206-Superintendent's Leadership Team
District 206-Culinary Arts students
District 206-NHS students
District 206-Ambassador Leadership Team

Again, thank you for making Parent University a success,

Parent University Planning Committee
Kwentarrion Lewis: Chicago Heights Rotary Club Student of the Month
Kwentarrion Lewis: Chicago Heights Rotary Club Student of the Month
Kwentarrion Lewis is the Rotary Club student of the month from Bloom Trail High School. Kwentarrion is thoughtful, sincere and hardworking. He is respected by his peers and goes above and beyond to do the right thing with honesty and integrity. He regularly volunteers in class and answer questions. He is often the first to take on classroom tasks.

Numerous teachers of Kwentarrions’ noted his determination to be successful and how enjoyable he is to be around. He is a member of the football team, takes Honors classes and involved in extracurricular clubs like student council.
Bloom Trail Teacher Wins Cubs Tickets!
Olivet Nazarene University, official education partner of the Chicago Cubs, held a drawing for tickets to see the Cubs play the Los Angeles Angels at Wrigley Field on Teacher Appreciation Night.

Out of more than 2,500 educators who entered, Bloom Trail High School’s very own Ms. Carrie Twietmeyer was one of the 10 lucky winners!

Olivet offers professional development, endorsement, and graduate degree programs with cohorts forming online and in the local area throughout the year. More information is available at http://graduate.olivet.edu/ or by contacting Scott Hurula, Director of Educational Partnerships swhurula@olivet.edu (630) 656-4948.
Follow Bloom Twp Soccer's Road to State
Karla Porrata: November Student of the Month
Karla Porrata: November Student of the Month
Karla Porrata is the Rotary Club student of the month. Karla was nominated by her teachers because of her academics, pleasant disposition and leadership skills. Karla is an absolute pleasure to be around and is involved in: ROTC, Sophomore Board, Mathletes, Latino Club and Key Club.
Last Chance to Buy Tickets for Bloom Trail Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
The Bloom Trail Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be on Saturday March 10. 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Scrementi's Banquet Facilities is Steger Illinois.

Tickets are $55.00 per person and can be purchased by contacting Berda Kennedy at 708-755-7010 ext. 1121.

Tickets must be purchased by February 1, 2018
Bowling their Way to State