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Edmentum (Virtual) Students

TUTORING FOR ONLINE STUDENTS
Tutoring support is now available for HS students (grades 9-12) needing assistance with virtual classes. Please follow this BHS Tutoring link to request support. Tutors will be in contact via your school email within 24 hours to arrange your tutoring session. tutoring is FREE to students and can be done in-person or virtually. Students who come to school for in-person tutoring must wear a mask and bring their charged Chromebook with them. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity!
If you ordered a copy of last year's yearbook, it may be picked up after school from 3:00 - 3:45 in Room 2025. Please bring your ID. You must wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines. If you are unable to pick up your yearbook during this time frame, please email Ms. Creech (angie.creech@gocreek.org) to make alternate arrangements.
VIRTUAL SENIORS - - - CHECK THIS LINK REGULARLY FOR UPDATES!
(Deadlines, College Applications, Graduation Info, Etc)
We want our online students to feel like they are still a part of the BHS Community. Today our administrators hosted their first "Ask an Admin" live show. Students are welcome to watch today's segment; we encourage you to start the program at the 17:45 minute mark. We hope you enjoy the show!
Hello Beavercreek High School Virtual Students and Parents,
We know this first week has been a bit rocky with making sure everyone has the correct courses loaded to their accounts. We thank you for your patience.
If you are still missing a course, please do NOT email creekonline@gocreek.org. That email address is strictly for log-in issues.
FOR BEAVERCREEK HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY:
If you find that you are missing a class or have been assigned an incorrect class, please email your alphabetically assigned principal to let them know. We are working as quickly as possible to remedy these issues. At this point, class changes will only be issued due to missing classes or incorrectly assigned classes.
Students should have received messages from their Teacher Student Advocates by now. Students should reach out to their TSA if they have questions regarding the pacing of course material. The TSA will be monitoring attendance each week as we are responsible for reporting that to the state of Ohio.