September 30: Early Release for Boles ISD

September 30: Early Release for Boles ISD


Hornet Nation! Get all of your news and information for Boles High School in our monthly newsletter, online at school page, and through our Boles High School Facebook page.

October News

Boles High School character education program started the year off with a bang! In the first six weeks our students learned about Kindness and how to display acts of kindness. Students are doing a great job throwing around KINDNESS like confetti! BHS will be learning about a character trait each six weeks. The upcoming character traits are humility, self-control, patience, gentleness, and joy. Please help us promote these character traits among our students. The light that SHINES here changes the world!

Calendar of Events

September 30: Early Release for Boles ISD

October 1t: FEC Annual Meeting

October 4: The University of Texas A&M Commerce Admissions Information for Junior and Senior Classes.

District Picture Day

Senior Cap and Gown Retakes

Lady Hornet Volleyball at Miller Grove at 5:00

October 3-October 7: Homecoming Week

October 7: Homecoming! Hornets will host Rivercrest at 7:30

Lady Hornets will host North Hopkins at 5:00

October 8: Homecoming Dance 7:00 Boles High School PE Gym

October 10: No School

October 11: Lady Hornets at Yantis at 5:00

October 14: Lady Hornets will host Cumby at 5:00

Hornets at Sims Bowie at 7:30

October 15: Boles FFA Booster Club Annual Auction

October 18: Lady Hornets at Fruitvale at 5:00

October 21: Lady Hornets will host Miller Grove at 5:00

Hornets will host Wolfe City at 7:30

October 22: BHS Robotics Competition

October 24-October 28: Red Ribbon Week

October 25: Lady Hornets at North Hopkins at 5:00

Fall Festival at 6:30

October 28: Hornets will host Honey Grove at 7:30 (Senior Night)

News You Can Use

Homecoming Week is October 3-October 7

The Homecoming game is October 7, 2016 at 7:30

Homecoming Dress-up Week:

Monday: Disney Theme

Tuesday: Elderly Day

Wednesday: City v. Country (dress like the city or like the country)

Thursday: Rockers v. Rappers for High School (Superheroes for Middle School and Elementary)

Friday: Bleed Green

Homecoming Dance

Student Council will be hosting the First Annual Boles High School Homecoming Dance. The dance is open to all Boles High School 9th-12th grade students. Outside guests/dates must have approval in order to attend the event. The form is available in the High School office. The dance will be held on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 from 7:00 - 10:00 pm in the PE Gym. Tickets are available for purchase between September 26 - October 5 through Mrs. Timmons in Rm 205. Tickets are $10 per person. All guest forms and monies must be turned in to Mrs. Timmons by October 5, 2016. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door.

Red Ribbon Week is October 24th-October 28th

Red Ribbon Dress-up Week:

Monday: “I know I am RED’y to rock drugs free” (wear read)

Tuesday: “Watch out for drugs” (dress as your favorite TV/Movie character)

Wednesday: “Furry friends stand up to drugs” (animal print)

Thursday: “Follow your dreams and don’t do drugs” (dress as your future you)

Friday: “Joust away drugs” (dress in Medieval times)

Spirit Days for BISD:

10/14/16: Flashback Friday (wear clothes from favorite decade)

10/21/16: Pink Out the Wolves (wear pink)

10/28/16: Taste the Victory (Elementary-Purple, Middle-Blue, Teachers-Green, 9th and 10th-Orange, and 11th-12th-Red)

11/4/16: Double your Spirit (Twin Day...dress like your twin)


The BHS volleyball team is selling pink ribbons to be placed on the gym wall with your name on it. This is for the Dig Pink, Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation. All proceeds will go directly to the Dig Pink foundation. So, let's line the walls with pink ribbons to show our support for those who have battled breast cancer. The ribbons are $1.00 each. Thank you!

Ice Ice Baby: Kona Ice will be here October 27th at 9:30. Please send money for your child to have a snow cone treat!

Art News:

We have several projects going on in art club this year! Our long term project is to construct a life size Buzz to have available for a school selfie booth. For Homecoming we want to have a cut out head booth and fall festival, we pan on doing henna tattoos again.

We have also been asked to paint flags in the gym.

Anything artistic, art club is eager to contribute to help beautify our school!

PALS News:

PALS Can Food Drive starts October 3, 2016 and runs through November 18th. The canned foods donated will support local families.

Robotics News:

The Boles High School Robotics team will be competing at Prosper High School on Saturday, October 22. We will be competing against 49 other teams, so the competition will be fierce. Please come to the out and support our team.

FFA News:

You Are Invited To The:

13th Annual Boles FFA Booster’s Auction & BBQ Dinner

Held at the High School Cafeteria

October 15th, 2016 - Dinner at 5:00, Auction at 6:00 PM

Help Support the Boles FFA this year as we “Ignite!” Leadership, Growth, and Success!

BHS Class News

Freshman Class News:

New Challenges for the Class of 2020!

We are six weeks into a new school year and the nervousness of the first day is long gone. However, the freshman class at Boles High School continues their transition from middle school into the new demands of high school. Many of the students find high school to be more challenging than previous years because of the amount of work and options available. Learning to balance academic work with the involvement of extracurricular activities is part of the transition that freshmen make.

Of course, it is also one of the most enjoyable aspects of high school. The freshman class appreciates the greater sense of freedom offered in high school. Naturally, there are the expected classes—Algebra 1, English 1, and biology. These are keeping the freshmen busy building skills and learning new information they will eventually apply to their STAAR Tests. However, the freshmen are especially glad to have two elective choices. Many are continuing in band, robotics, art or other areas they began studying in middle school, while others are taking on football, cheer, drill team and other new interests. Additionally, the halls have been full of gesticulating hands for those taking American Sign Language, and repetition of numbers and colors from those in Spanish.

The Boles High School class of 2020 will continue on their high school journey by learning to balance their new freedoms with their new responsibilities. We know these freshmen hornets will make us proud. Shine on!

Sophomore Class News:

The Sophomore class is excited to sponsor the Hornet Basketball Free Throw booth at this year's Fall Festival. To help make our booth a success, we need each Sophomore to bring 2-2 liter bottles of soda or a $5.00 donation to either Mrs. Melton or Mrs. Goggans by Fri. Oct. 21, 2016. We will also need volunteers to help run the booth. Be sure to sign up when you deliver your drink/donation. We only have one fund raiser per year, so we need everyone to participate.

Junior Class News:

Junior Students: PSAT registration begins September 26, 2016. The exam begins at 8:00 a.m. on October, 19th. Please register now in Mrs. Fox's room or through your Junior English teacher by October 11th. This test could qualify you for a National Merit Scholarship.

Senior Class News:

-Senior picture retake is Tuesday October 4, 2016

-Senior Bio needs to be returned to the yearbook (now)

-Senior Meeting October 4, 2016

-Senior Meeting Agenda:

  • Class officer elections
  • T-Shirt selection and order (how to pay for them)
  • Donations for senior party
  • What are we doing for the senior party, date on calendar?

-Scholarship information is available in the hallway outside Mrs. Ozment’s office. Please encourage your son or daughter to apply for the available scholarships.

Graduating Juniors: We need a list of those who are graduating early so we can get the photos in the senior section of the yearbook.