9:00 am -4:00 pm
Kitsap County Prevention Services is pleased to announce we have another wonderful free training opportunity sponsored by the Kitsap Youth Mentoring Consortium on Thursday, November 13, 2014, 5:30-7:30 pm. Open Flier
This training is perfect for mentors, school staff, business owners, members of the faith community, coaches, leaders, elders, healthcare workers, public safety workers, first responders, law enforcement, youth serving organizations, parents, grandparents, and all others who care for and support youth.
We have lots of room in this one! It will be held in the CK Junior High School Cafeteria. Our trainers are from the Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County which has been providing training and support on this topic for nearly 25 years.
It’s time to order pies for the holidays!
This is a great deal that is very hard to pass up! For only $10 you get your own handmade apple pie to put in your freezer to bake when you want to. The holidays are coming and apple pie is certainly a great addition to any holiday meal . Complete an Pie Order Form today attach check or cash, and send it to Wendy McPhetres at BHS. She will take care of the rest!
There are 3 ways to purchase a pie
1) Pies for yourself to enjoy
2) Pies to donate to the Seattle Union Gospel Mission
3) Virtual pies (no calories!)
Again, each pie is only $10….Checks should be written to Bells of the Sound…Of course, cash is also accepted. My gift to you is…you do NOT need to come to West Seattle to pick up your pies! I will conveniently bring them to Bremerton. We can arrange pie rendezvous on an individual basis! Last year, we made 700 pies!!!
Bremerton Kiwanis Supports student from Elementary through College.
BHS JAG Specialist Deann Irish is the Key Club Advisor. Under her direction, the Key Club has grown each year. Her efforts have earned her the Kiwanian’s treasured “ Hickson Award”.
The Bremerton High School Key Club has grown into a powerhouse student-lead service group! Since 2009 we have grown from about 12 members in 2009 to over 70 members by the end the 2013-2014 school year. At this year’s first meeting, we had over 80 students attend! Not only is attendance up, but so is service. Our motto is “Service – Our Way of Life”, and this has been proven time and time again through the amazing amount of hours that our Key Clubbers serve within our district and community. Last school year, they served over 1,097 hours with several students having personally served 70 – 115 hours. Whew! This is on top of AP classes, tennis, volleyball, track, music, jobs, and more. This year our goal is to have “6 for 60” with at least six students having 60 hours of community service by our next convention in March. Several students are well on the way to achieving that goal. We couldn’t do it without the great support of our sponsoring club, the Bremerton Kiwanis. Their example of leadership and service have made a solid impact on our Key Clubbers.
Builders Club at MVMS is beginning its 4th year. It is under the Direction of MVMS Teacher Stephanie Blotzer received “ Kiwanian of the Year” Award last year. Each week students meet local members of the community and participate in social and service activities.
Lisa Conception-Elm, AJ teacher is in the process of creating a K-Kids Club for elementary students.
CKI is the college level club and will begin its inaugural year at OC this year with BHS Class of 2014 Grad Ami Liu as the President of this new club.
All of the above clubs are chartered in partnership with our local Bremerton Kiwanis Club. They are International student-led programs providing opportunities for students to perform service, build character and develop leadership skills.
Renaissance High School is looking for a free working electric stove with a working oven. We can pick it up and deliver it to the school. Call 473-4700 and leave a message with the Office.