Important Information

COVID-19 Testing

  • The K-12 Protocols have been updated. You may view the updated protocols on our website along with additional resources relating to COVID which include isolation and vaccine information.

    CDPH recommends that antigen tests be considered the primary option for detecting Covid-19 in schools. Test kits are available for students/staff who are symptomatic considered a close contact, or for any employee needing to test weekly at their school site. Additionally, free test kits mailed directly to your home may be obtained by visiting

    When To Get A Test:

    • If you have COVID-19 symptoms (i.e. fever, chills, cough, sore throat, headaches, congestion, runny nose, nausea, body aches, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, short of breath, loss of taste or smell)

    • If you have been a close contact to someone with COVID-19

    • If you have COVID-19, to see if you can end isolation early

    If you had COVID-19 within the last 90 days, testing is not recommended unless you have symptoms.

    If you have symptoms and you have a negative test, it is recommended that you keep staying away from others and get another test 1-2 days later. This is because these tests are more likely to miss early infections. For self-tests, make sure to read and follow all test instructions correctly. You can also retest with a molecular test, i.e. PCR.

    Isolation Instructions:

    If you test positive for COVID-19 – stay home and away from others for a minimum of 5 days from the onset of symptoms. Inform your close contacts of possible exposure. You can leave isolation on day 6 or later if all of the following conditions are met:

    • You get a negative result taken on or after day 5

    • You have not had a fever for at least 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicine

    • Your symptoms are improving, or you have no symptoms

    • Wear a mask indoors through day 10

    OR You can leave isolation on day 11 without testing, as long as you have not had a fever for at least 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicine.

    Instructions for Close Contacts:

    You do not need to quarantine for being a close contact as long as you have no symptoms. You are required to:

    • Get tested 3-5 days from last exposure or earlier if symptomatic

    • Wear a mask indoors and outdoors when in close contact with others for 10 days

    • Continue to monitor your health for 10 days and test right away if symptoms start

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BHS Announcements

  • Think Together

    Bellflower Unified School District's Expanded Learning Program is pleased to offer after school enrichment opportunities for 7th and 8th grade students through Think Together.  Students will be able to participate in the program from 2:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. each day.  Students will also be able to participate in the program from 8:30 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. on late start Mondays.  All students will be provided a healthy snack, thirty minutes per day of physical activities, homework assistance, and enrichment activities.  Our intention is to begin offering Think Together to Bellflower Middle School students in January 2023.  If you are interested in having your student attend the Expanded Learning Program, please click here to complete this form.  Thank you for your time.


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  • Senior Graduation Information

    SENIORS! Are you excited about graduation? Well, it's time to begin purchasing your graduation materials! Jostens will be on campus on Tuesday, November 15th during high school lunch. The deadline to order is Sunday, November 20th! You can also call Jostens directly, or order online on their website (Their information is in the flyer, attached below). You can also find information about Letterman Jackets, Rings, and Senior Clothing. 

    Click here to access the Jostens flyer regarding Senior Cap/Gowns, Rings, and Jackets

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  • Semester 1 Ends December 22, 2022. 

    Final exams will be given during the week of December 19th. It is imperative that all students attend every day and finish strong. We ask families to help us make sure students are engaged, participating, and completing any final projects, assignments, and/or exams. Click on the link below for a copy of the schedule and for some tips for success.

    Click here for a copy of the Final Exam Week Schedule for the first semester

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  • Senior Portraits

    Ahoy Class of 2023!!! Classic Image is our vendor for your senior pictures! If you have not taken your senior pictures yet, please make an appointment with Classic Image to do so ASAP!

    Their hours are 9-5 Monday-Friday, so plan accordingly! The information about the packages is on the image attached to this message, listed below. Please contact Ms. Jass (Room 202) if you have questions, but you need to contact Classic Image for scheduling and questions about picture packages. You have until the end of November to take your senior photo (excluding the week of Thanksgiving). 
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  • ccCerritos Complete Promise Program

    Are you interested in the Cerritos Complete program with two years free tuition by completing the 6 eligibility steps? If so, join us on Wednesday, November 9th from 6pm to 7pm. There will be an English and a Spanish session via Zoom. Please click here to access the flyer see the Zoom links.  

    Cerritos Complete/Bellflower High School website with the 6 steps and deadlines:
    Cerritos College Liaison/Maddy Fletcher:
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  • Student Photos

    Please see the following link if you are interested in purchasing photos of your student. When logging in to the website, be sure to use the student's 10 digit ID number as the online code, and use your own personal email to log in. 

    Click here to access the link: 

    Prices are shown once logged in, when you click on "Buy Now". 

    Please contact Classic Image Studios if you have any questions. (562) 865-3636

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  • Parent University

    Bellflower Middle/High School's Family Resource Center is proud to host a series of weekly workshops, starting Thursday, October, 6th through Thursday, December 15th. Different topics will be covered each week by the organization Parent Education Bridge for Student Achievement Foundation. These workshops will occur every Thursday at 9am in Spanish on campus in the Buc Family Resource Center, and 6pm in English (virtually) via a Zoom link, which is emailed out to parents. 

    Click here to access the information in English

    Haga clic aquí para acceder a la información Español

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  • High School Yearbook and Senior Ad Information

    Please read the following information regarding the High School Yearbook. The current cost is $85, but that will increase after Winter Break. In addition, we also sell pages in the high school yearbook as well. The costs are listed on the attached flyer, posted below, that you can download. If you have any questions regarding the high school yearbook, please contact Ms. Lisa Jass, in Room 202. If you have questions regarding payments, please contact the ASB Office.

    Click here to read the flyer that contains information regarding the High School Yearbook and Senior Ads

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  • Free Paper Online Tutoring Available 24/7Paper Online Tutoring Free!

    PAPER Online Tutoring is now available for all students in 4th-12th grade through their Clever account. Students may ask tutors questions through the chat feature using the PAPER APP to get help with homework, feedback on their writing, or support with studying for assessments. The APP can be found in the Google Play and Apple APP store.

    Click here to register for a free parent webinar (provided in English and Spanish). If your child needs more information about how to use PAPER, they can watch the following videos or ask their teacher(s) for more information:

    Click here to watch the video titled "How Do Students Access 24/7 Live Help on PAPER?"

    Click here to watch the video titled "How Do Students Use PAPER's Essay Review?"

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  • HelpNow Tutoring

    Every Californian can now access free online tutoring at any hour of the day, thanks to a new initiative offering educational resources to K-12 students and adult learners. The resource is part of an investment in public libraries announced Sept. 12 by California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Real-time homework help is now available "on the websites of any of the 1,130 local public libraries around the state," and here. The HelpNow pilot program currently offers help in math and language arts, in English and Spanish, at any time of the day or night. Help for "other core K-12 subjects" is available between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog, with no age limit to who can take advantage of the resource.

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  • Title I Parent & Student Evaluation Survey

    Bellflower Middle and High School is asking for your input regarding school services, so that we may continue to improve parent involvement opportunities that result in improved student achievement. Please complete the survey accessible by clicking on the link below. As we work together to improve BUSD Title I schools, we appreciate your input with our continuous analysis and improvement process.  Results of this survey will be used to create the School Plan for Student Achievement. Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback about our school.  

    Click here for the Title 1 Survey in English

    Haga clic aquí para la encuesta del Título 1

    Click here to view the Title 1 Annual Meeting Slides (English + Spanish)

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  • New Digital Photo ID Card through Minga!

    Bellflower Middle/High School students will now be able to utilize the app called Minga as a digital ID card! The app enables staff to create hall passes, reward students for doing well and helping others, and the digital ID card will help students have an easier time entering or leaving campus. The digital ID has a "live" interface, with a running digital clock and a moving background, thus preventing students from using a screenshot. Students will utilize their school email (via Google) to log in. The app is safe to use, uses very little data, and doesn't require access to any of the information stored on your phone. If your child does not have a smartphone, don't worry - they will receive a printed ID card as well. 

    Click here to read more about Minga, and how students sign in with their school email.


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  • College & Career Center

    The College & Career Center (Room 401) is here to assist students with college applications, scholarships, financial aid, resumes, work permits, and other college and career information. Office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:30am through 4:30pm. Please click here to view the list of College & Career Center Staff and Contact Information

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  • Online Enrollment For New Students is Now Happening! 

    Bellflower Middle/High School Aeries Online Enrollment allows you to quickly start the process of enrolling your student(s) for school. Information about the student such as emergency contacts, medical, and language information will be collected. Upon completion, the student's information is electronically sent to the school but is not complete until the school site has reviewed the data and received the appropriate required documents.

    Click here to begin the enrollment process of a new student

    and then click the “Enroll a New Student” button on the bottom right corner of the Aeries website.

    Click here to schedule a PHONE APPOINTMENT or IN PERSON MEETING for general questions or to finish the enrollment process.

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  • It's Time for Data ConfirmationIt's Time For Data Confirmation!

    Data confirmation is a mandatory process for families to update student information and understand policies and procedures.


    Click on the “Parents” tab, Click “Parent Portal” or Click Here to be taken directly to the Aeries Parent Portal to complete the Data Confirmation process

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    Show your ASB Card and get access to the FAST PASS Line at the Cafeteria, LIbrary, ASB Office and all HOME Sporting Events.  

    Click here to learn why you should get an ASB Card

    Click here to purchase an ASB Card online

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  • No Drop-Offs or Deliveries Allowed for StudentsNo drop-offs or deliveries allowed

    To minimize the disruption of learning and ensure the safety of our campus community, Bellflower Middle/High School can no longer allow any drop-offs or deliveries of food or other items. Please ensure that your student is prepared for the day when coming to school in the morning with their supplies, lunch, money, etc. Thank you for your understanding.

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  • See Something Hear Something Say Something See Something -- Hear Something -- Say Something

    We encourage our Bellflower Campus Community to report any suspicious or concerning activities. If you see something or hear something, please say something. You may report this to any teacher, counselor, or administrator or you may utilize the BHS Tip Line by clicking here.

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  • Bellflower Social Media Addresses Follow Us on Social Media!

    Stay up to date with information and see what is taking place at Bellflower Middle/High School! Follow the Official Bellflower Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Accounts.

    Facebook:; Instagram: @wearebellflower; Twitter: @wearebellflower

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