Home of the Fighting Gobblers!
Parents / Guardians: You can use this attendance email hotline to reach Mrs McKenzie, the BHS attendance clerk, to submit your excuse notes for your student
ATTENTION SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS:
BHS will be hosting a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Workshop on Mon, Nov 5 from 4:30-6:30 pm in Computer Lab 233. Representatives from a local college financial aid office will be on hand to assist students and parents as they complete the FAFSA online from start to finish (approximately 30 minutes). Most post-secondary education institutions require students to complete the FAFSA before they are considered eligible for any additional grants, scholarships or other financial assistance. In order to complete the FAFSA, parents will need to bring several items. Please check your student and parent email from the school for more information and details on what to bring.
Did you miss the epic pep rally? No worries, check out the below videos and others on our YouTube channel: bit.ly/BHSMediaArts
From left to right:
AP Jen Knick, AD Ryan Ritter, Principal Donna Abernathy, AP Dan Sanders, AP Liza Coffman
Thank you to our community members and business leaders who took time on the first day of school to welcome all our students back to BHS! We appreciate their continuing support.
BROADWAY HIGH SCHOOL
269 GOBBLER DRIVE
BROADWAY VA 22815
Attendance Line: 540-896-7998
You can use this attendance email hotline to reach Mrs McKenzie, the BHS attendance clerk, to submit your excuse notes for your student:
Principal: Mrs. Donna Abernathy (dabernathy(at)rockingham.k12.va.us)
Assistant Principal: Mrs. Jennifer Knick (jknick(at)rockingham.k12.va.us)
Assistant Principal: Mr. Dan Sanders (dsanders(at)rockingham.k12.va.us)
Assistant Principal: Mrs. Liza Coffman (lcoffman(at)rockingham.k12.va.us)
STOP!T is an anonymous reporting program where students can send reports/concerns to administration via their phone or chromebook.
access code: gobblers
Use the link to communicate any information you feel is needed to help students dealing with self harm, drug problems, potential fights, vandalism, bullying, etc. Students can also send pictures and videos. False reports will result in account suspension.
Photos throughout the site courtesy of Sweet Amy's Photography, Danielle Campbell Photography and Brandy Somers Photography.