When the elementary kids came to school today they saw an addition to their playground. Under the leadership and guidance of Mr. Hall, Alan Pepper built that box (he also had some help from Savannah Yaryan, Tristan Reisch and Nik Luttrell!). The box not only looks good it also will securely hold the variety of balls that the kids play with and be in a much more convenient location for the elementary school.
Thank you Mr. Hall and Alan Pepper along with Savannah, Tristan, and Nick for contribution making Bonanza a better place for kids to play!
Congratulations Girls Softball!
Yesterday’s thrilling 9-5 win over an very good Riddle team puts the softball team record a 11 – 4 and raises our ranking to 4th (out of 37) in the OSAA State Power Rankings. The Lady Antlers have won 6 of the last 7 games and are facing a tough, undefeated (9-0) league opponent this Saturday at 1 pm for a double-header here at Bonanza. Come on out and cheer loud for your Lady Antlers!
To Erin Tyree! Erin has been selected to represent Bonanza High School in the first-ever Herald and News High School Hoops Classic. This basketball game, in partnership with Oregon Tech Athletics, will be held at OIT’s Danny Miles Court on Sunday, April 27th. The girls game will tip-off at 4 pm and the boys will follow at 6 pm.
The purpose of the game is to recognize and honor our local athletes and give fans of Klamath Basin hoops one more chance to see them play this year.
Twenty boys and 20 girls have been chosen to comprise the four teams that will compete. Erin was one of only 20 girls chosen from all of the area high schools to compete.
Congratulations Erin Tyree and Go Antlers!
is to genuinely recognize and respect current learning practices and social skills of all students; to teach, model, inspire, and guide each student in discovering and developing individual interests, strengths, and abilities; and to encourage all students to be life-long learners, using their potential to make positive contributions to society.
We believe this is done by:
- Promoting a vigorous passion for learning
- Advancing problem solving skills by teaching the use of learned knowledge to make good choices
- Preparing students for life opportunities and challenges
- Developing Safe, Respectful and Responsible students who contribute to society in a positive manner.
Bonanza School Motto
“Bonanza Antlers are Safe, Respectful, Responsible, Hardworking and Positive; we make good choices and solve problems in preparation for life and its challenges.”
OAKs State Testing 2013-14
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