Inside Bay Village Schools May 2020

Our monthly news roundup ...
May 2020

Wolf Road Wave brings staff and community out safely

It was an absolutely beautiful day for our Wolf Road Wave! Our teachers and staff turned out in force, and so did our families, all in a safe, social distanced way. Waves, smiles, signs, balloons and Rockets flags were everywhere. Always together, even apart. View the video HERE.


Honoring the Class of 2020

(The above banner commissioned by Principal Martin with Thomas and Thomas Photography
is 50 feet wide, 5 feet high, and contains 211 senior yearbook photos.)


The Class of 2020 has made its significant mark on Bay High School in terms of academic achievement and giving back to our community through service and fellowship. Its members will miss many of the traditions of Bay High’s senior year, such as prom, spring sports, and other school celebrations because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the people who love them -- teachers, staff, administrators, parents and community members -- have worked hard to make up for those losses by redesigning some events in a safe way. Read and explore more HERE.

Students giving back . . .
BHS students lead promotion of area businesses

Bay High juniors Reegan O’Leary (left) and Morgan Fischer have started up the Bay Gives Back initiative in order to "give back" to area businesses who have supported our schools in the past, and who may be facing challenges now due to the pandemic. Read about it in

Jimmy Bish develops teaching app

Bay High Junior Jimmy Bish developed an online teaching solution for teacher Rob Grossman.

Read about this awesome project in


Virtual performances from Bay High

You'll find more performances and combined with award ceremonies on this webpage, but here are two stunningly wonderful performances all by themselves:

Bay High choir sings
When I Think About Angels.
Bay High Orchestra performs

Enjoy Snake Clowns, an original composition by Bay High Band Director Darren Allen that is performed by our own student instrumentalists virtually! 


Mr. Allen describes the process as he introduces the performance. (Cover art by his daughter, Sydney, is so compelling!)


We are excited to offer an alternative, online Summer STEM Academy. Weekly STEM challenges, led by our certified teaching staff, will be offered for our Bay Village Schools K-12 students. Prizes will be awarded. Find more information HERE.

Letters to the Community and to Parents
The Bay Village Board of Education has reported upcoming challenges and recent successes, all related to the COVID-19 pandemic, to our community. You can read the letter HERE.

Superintendent Jodie Hausmann has addressed summer and end-of-year status information HERE.


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