Students Can Now Attend YouthQuest for FREE

Good news, Bulldog Nation! We have been able to secure funding to offer our after school program, YouthQuest, FREE for the rest of the school year! The program will start on January 8th at Barhitte Elementary and continue into June. The program will run 4 days a week, after school, until 6:30 pm. We will be…

New & Exciting Opportunities @ Bentley

While there were many exciting things that happened at Bentley last year (check out our Points of Pride magazine!), we want to let you know about a few new things that are changing at Bentley: YouthQuest Thanks to support from the United Way of Genesee County and the Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce, we are…

New Parking Dues & Senior Parking Lot Painting

A Message From Mr. Dickerson:  As we approach the new school year, there are several new policies that will affect parking: Next year every student who drives (10th, 11th, 12th) will pay a parking fee of $25.00 for the privilege of parking on school grounds. This will be paid before the 1st day of school.…

Middle School Student Raises Money for Autism Awareness

During April, Bentley Middle School student Brooklyn Warnke single-handedly conducted a fundraiser for Autism awareness. Inspired by her brother and knowing that “everyone likes candy”, Brooklyn approached Mrs. Brockmon, the principal, and asked if she could sell suckers to raise money for a local autism program. With help from Mrs. Brockmon and support from her family…

Senior Update: Countdown Schedule

Parents and Guardians – We are now in the fourth marking period at Bentley High School, and we want to remind you about some important dates and events that are fast approaching. Seniors who are in danger of not passing required classes or not receiving the required credits will need to have all work completed…

Kiwanis Grant Awarded to Kindergarten for STEM Supplies

Thanks to the Burton Kiwanis School Grant, our kindergarten students now have access to a variety of tools to help them learn about technology. To engage students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) projects, several new materials were purchased to provide an age-appropriate learning experience. These projects will help students learn how to work independently…