Bolivar Intermediate School Principal Dr. Julie Routh and Bolivar High School junior Brionna Halverson were featured in the recent Bolivar Herald-Free Press special section "Today's Woman." The section highlights area women who are making an impact on their community.
Dr. Routh is a BHS graduate who completed her higher education at Southwest Baptist University. She has been with the Bolivar District for 12 years, starting as a fourth-grade teacher then serving as the Assistant Principal at BIS before taking on the role of Principal in 2013.
Students at Bolivar High School will be issued a personal Chromebook for the 2105-2016 school year. To receive the personal Chromebook to use during the school year, each student and parent must read the 1:1 Student/Parent Handbook, sign the take-home agreement form, and pay the $25.00 annual damage waiver fee.
Click here for the 1:1 Student/Parent Handbook.
Information about the Chromebook program can be found at bhs.bolivarschools.org.
Every student will need a device for class each day, but there are three options: 1. Participate in the take-home program ($25), 2. Check out a Chromebook each day at school (free), or 3. Bring your own device capable of running the Chrome web browser.
To participate in the take home program, please click here to enroll in the 1:1 insurance program. Once on the One2One Risk page click on enroll my device and enter the information for Bolivar High School. The Student ID or Participant number is your child's lunch PIN.
If at any point during this process you have questions or need assistance, please call Bolivar High School at 417-326-5228.