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Police department hosts Christmas With a Cop

By Carly MacDonald, Managing Editor

Published January 10, 2019

On December 15, the Berea Police Department and Berea Community Schools Family Resources/Youth Services Center partnered to bring a very special Christmas to families in the community with their program called “Christmas wit...

Project Grad hosts Spaghetti Dinner

Project Grad hosts Spaghetti Dinner

Published January 10, 2019

BCS mock election

By Adrienne Beggs, Reporter

Published December 6, 2018

On November 5, 2018, Berea Community hosted a mock midterm election in which grades 6-12 had the option to participate. The results of the school’s mock election closely resembled Kentucky’s District 6 elections and Berea...

Berea celebrates Veteran’s Day with an assembly

By MacGregor Lakes, Reporter

Published December 6, 2018

On November 11, Berea Community Middle and High School hosted its annual Veterans Day assembly in the Singleton gym. The event contained speeches, performances, and other presentations, all with the goal of respecting veterans...

Elementary learns about world cultures

By Cora Livingston and Tori Williams

Published December 6, 2018

Berea Community Elementary School hosted its annual Culture Night on Thursday, November 15. The night is meant to celebrate cultures from around the world, and give the students the opportunity to share their work with their ...

Berea Community hosts revamped “Rethink Your Ride”

By Elly Green, Reporter

Published November 17, 2018

This past Friday, November 2, Berea Community High School hosted Rethink Your Ride, a program put together by Eastern Kentucky University nursing students to teach the dangers of impaired driving. Rethink Your Ride has been a po...

Pirate science flies to space station

By Adrienne Beggs, Reporter

Published November 17, 2018

Since the start of the 2018 school year, grades 7-11 science classes at Berea Community have been designing experiments for the Student Spaceflight Experiment Program; their proposals were submitted on November 2. The Student Spac...

Unified Bowling team brings students together

By Noah Prentice, Reporter

Published November 17, 2018

The 2018-19 school year marks the first year of Berea Community High School’s Unified Bowling team. A Unified Bowling team is a team where individuals with special needs and others compete together: the unified partner (a...

Middle school bathrooms recieve makeover

By Constance Wright, Managing Editor

Published November 17, 2018

Over the summer of 2018, a group of middle school teachers came together and gave the Berea Community Middle School bathrooms a makeover. Instead of the neutral wall covers, the teachers painted bright, beautiful patterns and ...

Fall Festival is a Success

By MacGregor Lakes, Reporter

Published November 17, 2018

The annual Elementary Fall Festival was hosted at Berea Community on Friday, October 26. It  was a colorful event full of games, auctions, and other fun activities for people of all ages. The festival was also home to a large staff ...

Should we go paperless?

By Constance Wright, Managing Editor

Published October 30, 2018

With the Earth reaching extreme levels of pollution, many people have started a variety of  movements to help reduce the waste we produce. One major movement many companies and industries have decided to join is the paperles...

Students sport new fall fashion trends

By Elly Green, Reporter

Published October 30, 2018

As the weather starts to get colder and we enter into the fall season, students and others at BCHS start to adapt their clothing choices for the cold weather. The halls start to fill with the traditional fall colors of maroon, moss gre...

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