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Pickup and Enrollment for Bonham High School Students

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News Release from: Bonham ISD
SCHEDULE PICKUP AND ENROLLMENT FOR BONHAM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Posted: July 29th, 2009 12:52 PM

Bonham High School students in grades 9-12 are advised to pick up their schedules at the High School Cafeteria on Thursday, August 13, from 9:00am -4:00pm.  Any schedule changes must meet established criteria.

Students that drive can purchase a BHS driving permit for $5.00.  Students will be required to show their drivers license and insurance verification.

New student registration will be August 6-12 by appointment only.  Students who have a last name beginning with A-L should contact Mr. Tracy Wooten. Students with a last name beginning M-Z should contact Mrs. Cathie Ary. Bonham High School's phone number is 903-583-5567.  New students are required to bring the following when enrolling at Bonham High School:
? Birth Certificate
? Social Security Card
? Proof of residence(utility bill, rent receipt, leas agreement)
If available, please also bring the students final report card from their previously attended school as well as their TAKS scores.

Contact Info: BHS Office 903-583-5567


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