BHHS Hosts Diversity Day Assembly for All Students

BHHS 10th graders Nyla Holimon, Brooklyn Ramey, Joele Ballouz, Bryan Randall, Kaylah Walker, and Michele Barnett developed a plan to host a Diversity Day Assembly illustrating how discrimination affects marginalized groups. The assembly was designed to educate the student body and bring awareness to bias within society, and the guest speakers represented various religions, races, abilities, and sexualities.

One of the organizers, Lise-Michele said, “Nyla had the initial idea to hold this assembly and then invited the rest of us to help her put it together. Our goal was to educate our student body on the way words and actions can have lasting effects on people's lives.”

Each grade level attended the assembly at different times throughout the day.  All guests at the assembly, who have lived through bias and discrimination, talked about their experiences, then participated in a panel answering questions submitted by students. 

Guest speakers included: 

  • Reginald Humphrey
  • Zienab Fahs
  • Frank Vaca
  • Dazha Coffey
  • Deborah Davis
  • Rabbi Joshua Bennett and Rabbi Jen Lader
  • Maite Elizondo, Sarah Maria Acosta Ahmad, Rosa Martínez, Violanda Soledad, and Érica López Negrete Smith
  • Richard Mui
  • Tameka Citchen-Spruce

“The response from students has been really positive so far,” said Holimon. “I’ve gotten a lot of good feedback and I’ve even had people open up to me and ask for help.” 

The group hopes to hold this assembly or similar events in the future. According to Barnett “I’d also like to see us extend events like this to younger ages as well as to start a cycle of inclusivity in our school district.”



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Junior Parking Lottery Results Are In!


The junior parking lottery results have been emailed to the lottery winners. Check your school email to see if you are able to park on campus next year.

You must pay for your parking pass via Community Pass Monday, June 6 - Friday, July 29, 2022 ONLY.  
No late payments will be accepted. After this date, your spot will be offered to the waiting list.


  • Use your established Community Pass account. 

  • A Parent/Guardian/Head of household should know the sign on information.  Do not create a new account, it won't allow you to purchase the pass. 

If you need assistance retrieving your login information, send an email to  Label the subject line: "Need Sign on Information for Parking Pass"  and the student's name in the body of the email. You will receive a response in 24 to 48 hours.

When school starts: 

  • Bring completed application, RECEIPT & drivers license to the Main Office to receive your parking pass.

  • If an incoming senior or junior does not yet have a driver’s license, his/her spot will be held upon receipt of their payment and application. You must pay during the approved time frame to reserve your spot.

  • If you no longer need/want your spot, please release it back to the waiting list by stopping by the office or emailing Mrs. Osborn at

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