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Big Foot High School

401 Devils Lane ● PO Box 99 ● Walworth, WI ● 53184-0099

Phone (262) 275–2116 ● Fax (262) 275–5117

 

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"It is the mission of Big Foot High School to maximize each child's learning
and develop responsible, productive citizens."

 

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    Upcoming Events

Blood Drive

Friday, July 31

The BFHS FFA chapter will host its annual summer blood drive on Friday, July 31 from 12:30 until 5:30 p.m. in the main gym. Although they prefer appointments, they welcome walk-ins too! For more information, visit the Red Cross link below, or call 1-800-RED-CROSS [1-800-733-2767].

Suggested Links

bulletRed Cross [off site]
 

Monday, July 27–Friday, Aug. 14

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Freshman Academy, 8:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.

Friday, July 31

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Blood Drive, 12:30– 5:30 p.m.

Monday, Aug 17

bullet BOE Meeting, 7:00 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 31

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BFASA Faculty In-service

Tuesday, Sept. 1–Thursday, Sept. 3

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BFHS Faculty In-service

Monday, Sept. 7

bulletNo School—Labor Day

Tuesday, Sept. 8

bullet1st Day of School
bulletTerm 1 Begins

Wanted: Fall Athletes

Consider Participating in Fall Sports

Contrary to their name, fall sports actually begin in the summer. Most teams will participate in multiple competitions before school starts. BFHS offers seven different fall sports: football, girls volleyball, girls tennis, boys soccer, girls swim, boys cross country, and girls cross country. Teams organize as early as the first week in August, with all seven sports competing before the end of the month.

In total, Big Foot teams will compete in over two dozen games or matches before school starts. [Classes don’t begin until Tuesday, September 8—after Labor Day.] Big Foot will host seven athletic events before classes begin. In other words, don’t wait.

BFHS strongly encourages incoming freshmen and new students to participate in co-curricular activities. Participating in fall sports is one way that students can get involved. Big Foot is a small school that provides many opportunities for its students. Some of those opportunities arise before school begins.

Quick Summary

Sport

Practice Begins

First Competition

At Home

Notes

Football

Tues, Aug. 4

Fri., Aug. 21 @ Westosha Central

Friday, Aug. 28 vs. Delavan-Darien

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Equipment handout & testing on Monday, Aug. 3

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Scrimmage: Saturday, Aug. 15 @ Brookfield Central

Girls Tennis

Tues., Aug. 11

Fri. Aug. 21 & Sat. Aug. 22 @ Milton Invite

Thursday, Sept. 3 vs. Jefferson

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Janesville Craig Invite on Saturday, Aug. 29

Girls Swim

Tues., Aug. 11

Thurs. Aug. 27 Conference Relays @  Jefferson

Tues. Sept. 15 vs. Whitewater

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@ Badger HS

Boys Soccer

Mon., Aug. 17

Tuesday, Aug. 25 vs. Delavan-Darien

Tuesday, Aug. 25 vs. Delavan-Darien

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Janesville Craig Invite on Saturday, Aug. 29

Girls Volleyball

Mon., Aug. 17

Fri. Aug. 28 & Sat. Aug. 29 @ Janesville Craig Invite

Tuesday, Sept. 8 vs. Beloit Turner

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Scrimmage @ Whitewater HS Saturday, Aug. 22

Boys Cross Country

Mon., Aug. 17

Thurs. Aug. 27 @ Palmyra-Eagle Invite  at Carlin Weld Park

Tuesday, Sept. 22 Invite @ Duck Pond

 

Girls Cross Country

Mon., Aug. 17

Thurs. Aug. 27 @ Palmyra-Eagle Invite  at Carlin Weld Park

Tuesday, Sept. 22 Invite @ Duck Pond

 

 

Blood Drive

Friday, July 31

12:30–5:30 p.m.

Suggested Links

bullet rSchool Calendar [off site]

Summer Hours

District Office

During the summer season, the Big Foot Union High School District Office will open its doors from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. During summer school and Freshmen Academy sessions, the main office will remain open on Fridays from 7:45 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (noon).

BFHS will run its Summer Academy for three weeks.

BFHS will revert to school-year hours beginning on Monday, August 31. On that day, all BFASA teachers will return to school for an in-service. Classes begin after Labor Day on Tuesday, September 8.

Office Hours

Weekday Hours Notes
Monday–Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  
Friday 7:45 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. During summer sessions only
 

 

 

 

     

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