Week of April 12
Mission Statement:The mission of Breitung Township Schools, in cooperation with families and our community, is to provide a quality educational experience to assist all students in developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to become successful citizens.
BTS Belief Statement
- All students can learn.
- All students have the right to a meaningful educational experience.
- Each student has dignity and worth.
- Achievement is a result of high expectations with realistic goals.
- The entire community shares the responsibility of educating its citizens.
School Improvement Goals
- All students will demonstrate improvement in Reading skills.
- All students will demonstrate improvement in Mathematics skills.
- All students will demonstrate improvement in Science skills.
- All students will demonstrate improvement in Social Studies skills.
Kingsford Flivver Strong Shirts
Kingsford High School and Breitung Township Schools have announced that advantaprint from Iron Mountain will be selling Kingsford Flivvers Strong shirts for BTS students, staff, and parents.
The deadline will be Friday, September 20th to have all orders and payment submitted to any of the school offices. Prices are as follows:
- Short sleeve shirts: $12
- Long sleeve shirts $16.
20% of all sales go back to the schools!
To enter your information for the valentines match, click the link below:
The information is due by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 9th.
KHS Wrestling Honors
Wilcox Medals at State Finals
Kingsford High School would like to congratulate Toby Wilcox for his 7th place finals at the Michigan Wrestling Finals. Toby was a medal winner at 145 lbs in Division 3 placing 7th out of a total of 16 wrestlers. Toby also placed second at both Districts and Regionals as he advanced through to the finals.
Congratulations also go out to Elliot Johnson (215 lbs) and Matt Wilson (285 lbs) for their 2nd place finishes at Districts. Each qualified for the Regional tournament.
Click the Wrestling Honors image below to view podium photos for each wrestler.
Class of 2021
Guess the Baby Picture App
Seniors (and others), see how good you are at guessing which baby picture belongs to which classmate. There are some sounds if you want to turn up the volume. Have fun!!
It you want to try it on your mobile device, scan or tap the QR code below:
Important information for parents or guardians of students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch. The Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program gives food benefits to families with children who were NOT ABLE to get free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID.
Please read the following IMPORTANT information in PDF form:
McRoberts UP Champion
Congratulations go out to freshman Adelaide McRoberts for capturing the 100m backstroke and 100m butterfly at the 2021 UP Swimming Finals held at Marquette on Saturday, March 13.
McRoberts won the 100 butterfly in a new UP record of 59.68 seconds. This time was fastest of the day for both girls and boys. She also helped the lady Flivver's to two 3rd place finishes in the 200 Medley and 400 Freestyle.
She was selected to the All-UP Swimming team with teammates Samantha Scott and Sydney Scott as voted upon by the U.P. coaches.
Cameron's Helping Others Scholarship
Created at KHS
Kingsford High School is proud to announce that the family of Cameron Price is establishing the "Cameron's Helping Others Scholarship" in honor of their son Cameron, who graduated from KHS in 2016.
Cameron was born with a handicap that made life a challenge, but Cameron had a positive outlook on life. The Price family is establishing a scholarship in memory of Cameron to show appreciation for an individual who has made someone’s life better by being kind and helpful.
Gibler Scholarship Created at KHS
Kingsford High School is proud to announce the creation of the "Gibler Transfer Scholarship" in honor of KHS graduates Rachael Gibler (2014) and Wyatt Gibler (2017).
QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship Recipient
Congratulations go out to senior Katherine Erickson for being named the recipient of the QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship. The scholarship will cover the full cost of her education at Haverford College, a private college located outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she will be attending in the fall of 2021. This award has an estimated value of $81,554 per year up to 4 years.
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
Congratulations go out to senior Teagan Petschar for being named the Kingsford High School top youth volunteer of the year. The honor was granted as part of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide youth volunteer recognition program sponsored by Prudential Financial in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals
Congratulations also go out to senior Chloe Smith as she was recognised for her exemplary volunteer service with Prudential Spirit of Community Certificate of Merit. Chloe has volunteered many hours of volunteer service through her church, Key Club, and other school activities.
DAR Good Citizen Award Recipient
Congratulations go out to senior Ashley DeMay for being selected by her classmates as this year’s National Society Daughters of the American Revolution "Good Citizen Representative" for the Onagomingkway Chapter.
The DAR Good Citizenship Award is presented to one student based on the qualities of dependability (which includes truthfulness, loyalty, and punctuality), service (which includes cooperation, courtesy, and consideration of others), leadership (which includes personality, self-control, and ability to assume responsibility), and patriotism (which includes unselfish interest in family, school, community and nation) to an outstanding degree.
2020 KHS Heisman Nominees
Congratulations go out to seniors Jack Perpich and Teagan Petschar for being named the Kingsford High School nominees for the High School Heisman Award for 2020-2021.
The Heisman High School Scholarship continues the legacy of the Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship, a program created in 1994 by Wendy’s founder Dave Thomas in partnership with The Heisman Trophy Trust. From its inception, the program has leveraged the reputation of the Heisman Memorial Trophy as a symbol of great ability combined with diligence, perseverance, and hard work.
2020 Homecoming King & Queen
Congratulations go out to seniors Nolan LaVarnway and Josie Scott for being named the 2020 Homecoming King & Queen. They were crowned during half-time of the Kingsford-Marquette varsity football game.
2020 Homecoming Court
Congratualtions to those students who were selected to the 2020 Homecoming Court. This unusual "COVID" year saw Homecoming Week modified with a few different activities for students. This year, unfortunately, WILL NOT include a Homecoming Dance due to COVID-19.
A big THANK YOU goes out to all of the students in the high school who have been great through this modified school year and for their participation in this week's events.
New Scoreboard at
Flivver Football Field
Over the summer, a new scoreboard was erected on the Flivver Football Field. This new scoreboard was made possible because of the many hours donated by local businesses and the backing of the Flivver Athletic Booster Club. Flivver Field has not seen a new scoreboard since 1991.
A HUGE thank you from all of us at Breitung Township Schools goes out to the following for whom this project could not have been so successfully completed:
- MBM Construction
- Systems Control
- JM Steel
- CJ Graphics
- G Brooks Electric
- Hometowne Lumber
- Dal Santo Construction
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Pictured on right side of car (from L to R): Kingsford High School Athletic Booster Club members Michelle Coughlin, Jeanne Sexton, Beth Sullivan, Angela Gayan, Tanya Dal Santo, Bobbi Jo Povolo, Kristin Novara, Al Sexton, Ray Yaggie, and Dennis Dal Santo.
Not Pictured: Bill Edens (Supervisor of Building, Maintenance, and Grounds), Dan Weber (Systems Control & Athletic Booster Club), Shawn Brooks (G Brooks Electric), and Shawn Fischer (CJ Graphics)
Student of the Week
Congratulations go out to sophomore Peyton Elizabeth Johnson
for being named Student of the Week for the week of