Curriculum components necessary to success in life

Alex Rodriguez, Editorial Editor

February 23, 2018

Filed under News

“Why do I have to learn this? I’m never going to use this in the real world!” How many times have you heard these two complaints in your time at high school? How many times have you wondered the exact same things? The Cat Tracks staff was curi...

Daily life of paras both satisfying, challenging

Courtney Goetz, Sports Editor

February 23, 2018

Filed under News

The BHS staff is blessed to have the help of para professionals. “They make things go around,” said resource teacher Anne Hawkesworth. “That’s for sure.” It is certainly not the most glamorous job but, all of the following believed it is th...

Champions organization focuses on betterment of this community

Jalyn Griffith, Sports Editor

January 30, 2018

Filed under News

Originally suggested by teachers, participants in Champions of Character then help change the town for the better. That is actually their main goal as an organization.    Senior Taylr Bahr is one of the two members of the club representing the Class...

Student organization celebrates foreign language in fun ways

Dakota Jesse, News Editor

January 30, 2018

Filed under News

BHS has a wide variety of organizations. One group in particular stands out from all the rest – Spanish Club. It is the only foreign language club BHS has here, and it most definitely has a variety of unique opportunities that other cl...

What do you think?

Kiana Wight, News Editor

January 30, 2018

Filed under News

...

There are many fish in dating sea

Courtney Goetz, Sports Editor

January 30, 2018

Filed under News

Dating in high school can be rough waters. BHS Cat Tracks will help you sail through the turbulent seas and better understand the different types of relationships. First, there is the power couple. This boyfriend/girlfriend duo is the en...

Scholastic Spotlight

Alex Rodriquez, Editorial Editor

January 29, 2018

Filed under News

...

Colleges spark interest at BHS

Jeffrey Stewart, Ad Manager

January 29, 2018

Filed under News

“The visit convinced me to go into theatre,” said senior Alex Rodriguez. Alex, as well as many other BHS’ers thus far, have visited various colleges this year, learning a lot about what they want to do, and where they...

Investigative report: Anatomy of a slacker

\Courtney Goetz, Sports Editor

January 29, 2018

Filed under News

Sometimes it is hard to find the motivation to do homework or even get out of bed, but what does it take to get to the point where a student just stops putting in effort? It is sometimes hard to understand what the reasons are behind failing ...

Scholastic Spotlight

Sarah Unruh, Editor-in-chief

January 3, 2018

Filed under News

...

Fears can be either rational or irrational

Dakota Jesse, News Editor

January 3, 2018

Filed under News

Phobias are defined as an extreme or irrational fear of something. Everyone has them, whether it is towering skyscrapers or tiny eight-legged creatures. Some can be weird, and others are pretty common. They all differ from one...

Net neutrality is controversial topic on internet

Joshua Alford, Guest Reporter

January 3, 2018

Filed under News

In recent times, a new concept has been showing up in the news quite a lot: the idea is that internet service providers (ISP) can control access to the internet. “Net neutrality” is a hot topic in American politics. At...

News