Jr/Sr High Morning Announcements

Parents can now "Opt in" to receive SMS text messages! All you need to do is send "Y" or "Yes" to short code number, 67587.

September 21st, 2021

Lunch Menu for the week of Sep.20th-24th:
Monday:  Spaghetti Sauce or Alfredo Sauce over Noodles, Peas & Carrots, Garlic Bread
Tuesday:   Orange Chicken or Cheese Quesadilla, Rice, Steamed Broccoli, Fortune Cookie
Wednesday:  Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich or Beef N Cheddar Sliders, Tater Tots, Cole Slaw
Thursday:  Popcorn Chicken Mashed Potato Bowl or Meatloaf, Corn, Cornbread 
Friday:  Pepperoni Cheese Bread Pizza or Uncrustable, Potato Wedge 

Any 10th or 12th grade student that missed the Jostens meeting yesterday can pick up a packet from Mrs. Watters. Sophomores - Class Ring Orders / Seniors - Graduation Cap/Gown Orders. 

Reminder to Students:  Backpacks and caps need to be placed in lockers before going to first hour. They should remain there until students leave at the end of the day. Thanks!

Homecoming activity sign-up sheets are posted in the hallway by your class advisor’s room. Please sign up for your activities by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH!

  • 7th/8th Grade:Junior High Hallway
  • 9th grade:Ms. Arbanas’ room
  • 10th grade:Mr. Madden’s room
  • 11th grade:Mr. Hansen’s room
  • 12th grade:Mr. Mack’s room
  • Staff:Teachers’ Lounge

A family in the N-O-W School District is looking for a reliable & responsible high school student to do some babysitting for them. If you are interested, please come to the office for more information from Mrs. Watters.

There will be a Wood Turtle Days Fundraiser for Brookwood High School FFA! On September 18th and 25th from 11am-3pm at Molter’s Community Brat Barn (701 E. Clifton St. Tomah). They will be selling grilled Brats or Hot Dogs, Chips, and Water. All proceeds will benefit registration fees to attend the National Convention Indianapolis. Net proceeds up to $500 will be matched by Wood Turtle Days.

Federal mandate on the bus is for all occupants to wear masks while being transported. I know this is difficult, but it’s a Federal mandate. Since we are a public school, we have to comply. Please have masks in hand on the way out to the bus. You need to put the mask on before getting on the bus after school. You should have a mask on when they get on the bus in the morning.

On Thursday, September 23rd, no students should be parked in the student parking lot toward the bus garage after 5 pm. The front row and toward the football field is fine. The area toward the bus garage is off limits. Thanks!

Student ID/lunch scan cards are here! If you had your picture taken on back-to-school night & haven't gotten your card yet, please see Mrs. Watters! If you didn't get your picture taken on back-to-school night, you will get it taken on Wednesday!

Students - Please do NOT jam your locker lock with pencils, paper or any other object to avoid using your combination. This not only damages the locker but you run the risk of getting your personal items stolen.

Students - If you are going to be absent or miss a class, it is your responsibility to come to the office for an advance make-up sheet! You'll end up with unexcused absences and/or athletic violations if you're not doing this. Also, if you are leaving during the school day for an appointment, you need to get a blue slip from the office in the morning. You won't be allowed to leave class if you don't have a blue slip. 

Sophomores need to pay your class dues to Miss Holte. You cannot be on the Homecoming Committee unless dues are paid.

All freshmen should pay their class dues to Mrs. Campos as soon as possible. In order to be on Homecoming committee your dues must be paid. If you would like to be on Homecoming committee, please sign up by Mrs. Campos' room before Sep. 10th!

Athletic Early Releases this week:

  • Monday, Sep. 20th – JV Football @ 2:15
  • Tuesday, Sep 21st – HS & JH Cross Country @ 2:30
  • Thursday, Sep. 23rd – JH Football @ 3:05 

Last year's yearbooks are here! If you ordered one, please see Mrs. Watters in the HS office during your lunch time!

Student of the week is GAVIN HAVLIK! 8th grade student Gavin Havlik is awesome! He's hard-working and puts effort into his classes and activities. He consistently picks up trash at lunch that isn't his. He holds open doors for others. Best of all, Gavin is quick to smile and make conversation. Gavin is kind and respectful, and we're so happy he's our student! Way to go, Gavin!

  • All Juniors and Seniors wanting to take online college classes through Start College Now at Western Technical College this coming spring semester, need to bring your lunch to the office conference room on Friday, Sep. 10th. Mrs. Nemec will meet with students during BOTH lunches. Current Sophomores through Senior students wanting to take online college classes through the Early College Credit Program at one of the University of Wisconsin schools this coming spring semester should also attend this meeting.
  • Start College Now and Early College Credit Program forms are due to Mrs. Nemec by 3:30 on Friday, Oct. 1st.


Thursday, September 16

  • JH Football hosts Hillsboro: 5:00 ( SITE CHANGE! )

( Mike Luethe / BHS 3:45 )

Friday, September 17

  • HS Football @ Necedah: 7:00

( Mike Luethe / BHS 4:40 )

Saturday, September 18

  • Cross Country hosts Luethe – Levy Invite: 9:00 ( PARENTS’ DAY )
    • HS Boys               9:00
    • HS Girls               9:45
    • JH Boys               10:30
    • JH Girls                11:00
    • Open Race  11:30
  • Varsity Volleyball @ Boscobel: 8:00  ( TIME CHANGE )

( Rob Ross / Norwalk 5:35; Wilton 5:45; Ontario 5:55 )

  • JV Volleyball @ Luther: 9:00 ( TIME CHANGE )

( Jim Kuderer / Ontario 6:55; Wilton 7:05; Norwalk 7:15 )

Monday, September 20

  • JH Volleyball hosts Triangular ( Necedah & Bangor ): 5:00
  • JV Football hosts Necedah: 5:00  ( CANCELLED )
  • JV Football @ Cochrane-Fountain City:  5:00
    ( DISMISS 2:15 / Bus leaves 2:30 )

Tuesday, September 21

  • HS Volleyball @ Wonewoc Center: JV 5:45; Varsity 7:15

( Charlie Neumann / BHS 4:20 )

  • JH Cross Country @ Westby: 4:00

( Mike Luethe / DISMISS 2:30; BHS 2:45 )

Thursday, September 23

  • HS Volleyball hosts New Lisbon: JV 5:45; Varsity 7:15 ( PARENTS’ NIGHT )
  • JH Volleyball @ Hillsboro: 6:00; 7:00

( Jeff Shell / BHS 4:45 )

  • JH Football @ Necedah: 5:00

( Curt Brieske / DISMISS 3:05; BHS 3:20 )

Friday, September 24

  • Varsity Football @ New Lisbon: 7:00

( Charlie Neumann / BHS 4:45

  • Brookwood will host Boscobel @ Hillsboro Football game: 7:00

Saturday, September 25

  • HS Cross Country @ Reedsburg: 9:30

( Rob Ross / Norwalk 6:20; Ontario 6:35; Wilton 6:45 )

  • JH Cross Country @ LaCrosse Central ( Maple Grove ): 9:00 ( TIME CHANGE )

( Lee Stenerson / Ontario 6:40; Wilton 6:50; Norwalk 7:00 )


Although our district policy is that face coverings are optional, but recommended, parents and students need to understand that other districts have different rules.  Parents and students are expected to show respect for and follow other schools’ mask requirements.  If that is a problem, then we strongly suggest that you simply don’t attend events at schools whose making policies you don’t agree with.   At this time, we do know that masks will be mandatory for some events.


Thanks to everyone who supported the annual Safety Patrol fundraiser!  Delivery will be around October 20th.


Fall Parents’ celebrations will be held as follows:

Saturday, 9/18: Cross Country ( after the races & before the awards )

Thursday, 9/23:  Volleyball ( after the JV match )

Friday, 10/15: Football ( approximately 6:45 )


Since 2020, we have lost around 35% of WIAA officials.  More and more, we are faced with having to reschedule contests to different days or times just to ensure we have officials.  This is an alarming trend.  We are hoping to find officials for the following sports: football, volleyball, cross country, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, and track & Field.  You don’t have to be an expert; just someone who enjoys and understands the game and wants to help kids.  We will help you get registered, and we will find officials to help mentor you.  Plus, the money isn’t bad.  Contact Mr. Clinton here at school if you’re interested.