BCC school year beginning soon

BCC school year beginning soon

Ahead of the first day of school, Buckeye will host its annual high school orientation for all high school students.


The 2019-20 school year at Buckeye Career Center for juniors and new students will begin Monday, Aug. 19, and returning students will start Tuesday, Aug. 20. Both days will begin at 7:50 a.m. and end at 2:25 p.m.

Juniors and new students will be treated to the annual Buckeye Palooza, an event that features inflatables, food and games for new students to interact with their classmates and instructors.

Ahead of the first day of school, Buckeye will host its annual high school orientation on Wednesday, Aug. 14 from 12:30-7:30 p.m. for all high school students. Students and their families can stop by at any time between those hours. Class schedules will be distributed, and students also will be able to get their student-identification photo taken, register for a parking permit (will need license-plate number and $5 registration fee), pay fees, receive a copy of the dress code and code of conduct, get log-in information for student grade information, receive assistance with online student forms, and have questions answered before school starts.

Students also can submit their application to be part of BCC’s Drug Free Clubs of America chapter. Hand-dipped ice cream will be distributed to students and their family members.

Student fees and lunch account payments for the 2019-20 school year may be made with cash, check or credit card during orientation or anytime in the treasurer’s office. Payments also can be made online using www.PayForIt.net, which is BCC’s online partner for paying fees and adding money to a student’s lunch account. Fee amounts will not appear on PayForIt until mid-August.

Students who chose to pay for their lunch daily can still do so at the cashier station in the cafeteria. Breakfast and lunch prices remain the same from the 2018-19 school year. Student breakfast is $2.25, and student lunch $3.25.

Incoming high school juniors can still apply to attend Buckeye Career Center for the 2019-20 school year by visiting the district’s website at www.BuckeyeCareerCenter.org. Buckeye features over 30 career-technical high school programs.

For more information or questions, call 330-339-2288.

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