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The Beachcomber

“If you dont ask for help, are you building your resilience?” Tolchinsky asked. 

Assembly Highlights Importance of Resilience

Jack Soroka October 20, 2021

The guidance department presented to an assembly of sophomores and juniors on Oct. 6th about the importance of  coping and resilience. SAY Counselor Heidi Tolchinsky led the assembly. “Resilience...

Students in Lisa Morgans math class are masked and three feet apart.

School Board Considers ‘Vax or Test’ Proposal

Brooklyn Bennett, Staff Writer October 13, 2021

The Shaker Heights School Board voted on Tuesday to mandate staff members to get vaccinated. Cincinnati Public Schools approved a rule on Sept. 13 requiring staff to get vaccinated or submit weekly tests.  Beachwood...

Senior Ran Duan formed the International Students Club to help newcomer students in Beachwood and beyond.

Club Supports International Students

Sanket Makkar, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

The International Students Club was formed last year by senior Ran Duan in order to provide English learning help and a caring community for international students and English Language Learners (ELLs). According...

I think it is very important that you guys have your rest,” Principal Paul Chase said. “We start at 8:30, and there are a lot of high schools that start at 7:30.

New Schedule Brings Later Start Time, No Block Periods

Evelyn Zhang, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

The pandemic changed a lot of things last year, including our schedule. This year’s schedule reverts to a pre-COVID five day week schedule with a few major changes. Though everyone’s happy to be...

Because [it is tough for students] coming from other school districts to Beachwood, [it is important for them to] see they’re not the only kid in that situation, and it’s important that they stay on top of their grades, said new student coordinator Cinderella Gray.

New Students Supported Through Wednesday Breakfast Program

Anah Khan, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

On the morning of Sept. 15, BHS English teachers gathered in the Bistro and introduced themselves to new students.  Students and staff members sat laughing and discussing classes over bagels and fruit.  The...

Making Connections at Leadership Conference

Making Connections at Leadership Conference

Kali Phelps, Shreya Chellu , and Amy Zhou September 21, 2021

The BHS Leadership Conference was held Sept. 11 and 12 at the high school. 88 students attended. Students particularly enjoyed the motivational speaker Ted Wiese. "My favorite part of the program...

In the June 2019 incident, Jones tried to pull forward to escape since he was blocked in by a
police car. Rogers later said that Jones ran over his foot. Rogers fired two shots into the car
window. Jones pulled away and a chase ensued. Jones sideswiped two cars when exiting the
Beachwood Place parking lot. Beachwood Police continued to chase Jones north to Richmond
Heights before he fled the car and escaped on foot.

…and it Ended in Flames

Carrington Peavy, Editor-in-Chief May 30, 2021

On June 27, 2019, Beachwood patrol officer Blake Rogers shot at a 20-year-old Jaquan Jones, who was suspected of stealing a $59 hat fromDillards at the Beachwood Mall. At the time of the shooting, Jones...

In May the district is honoring Asian American role models.

District Honors Diverse Identities With Monthly Heritage Banners

Avery Lonzer, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

In the past several months, students have seen banners hanging on the light posts outside of Beachwood school buildings. The faces and names rotate monthly to honor the district’s diverse cultures and...

Students have collected and sorted thousands of bottle caps for the project.

Climate Action Team Heads Coalition to Build Rainbow, Raise Awareness

Samah Khan, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

The BHS Climate Action Team, together with the MAC Scholars, the GSA and the CEC Club are currently working together to “build a rainbow” made from plastic bottle caps and lids.  “Actually, our...

Creel speaks with quarterback Desmond Horne during the second-round playoff game on Oct. 16, 2020. The Bison defeated Warrensville 28-8.

Six Incredible Seasons

Tal Rothberg, News Editor May 7, 2021

Coach Damien Creel resigned in January after six years and six incredible seasons leading Bison Football.  Creel has accepted a job coaching at Lorain High School.  Initially he  planned to stay...

City of Beachwood Finance Director Larry Heiser in his office at City Hall

The Costs of COVID

Evelyn Zhang, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

Communities around the country have been hit hard by COVID-19. The COVID relief bill that President Biden signed in early March includes hundreds of billions of dollars in aid to local communities, including...

The marketing class kicks off the Hope Blooms Ohio project with a presentation March 12 at Public Square.

Marketing Students Inspire Hope, Raise Money For Cleveland Food Bank

Hiba Ali, Features Editor March 25, 2021

As Ohioans come out of a long pandemic winter we begin to hope, heal and help one another.  This mindset is reflected in the Hope Blooms Ohio project, a charitable initiative designed by Greg Perry’s...

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