Welcome to the Baltic High School Class of 2019 website! We will be using this website as a way to streamline information and communication between parents, students, and the school for all things related to the Senior year at BHS. Please see the sub-pages in the left column for information, upcoming events, and any other tidbits!
President - Isaak Swartwout
Vice-President - Sam Muston
Secretary - Kelsey Keating
Treasurer - Rick Kittelson
Student Body President - Rick Kittelson
Student Body Vice President - Zach Hefty
Senior Class Motto: Together, we have experienced life. Separately, we will pursue our dreams. Forever, our memories will remain.
Senior Class Flower: White Carnation
Senior Class Colors: Blue & Silver
Juniors and Seniors
Just a reminder WE will be going to Augie tomorrow morning for the College Fair.
You are to report to 1st Block class to take attendance and then we will call for you to come get on the bus.
Schmitz will have you bar codes all printed out and some suggestions for questions to ask the Admissions Counselors there. Remember to see the Post-Secondary places YOU are interested in and ask any questions you may have. Great opportunity to get some information. There will be 18 In State Post-Secondary Institutes and 43 Out of State. Along with All the Military Branches and 3 Financial Aide. Thanks J
Reminder: Seniors! It's time to be thinking about your quotes for yearbook. When you have a quote, please fill out this form on google forms. Remember it has to be school appropriate or it will not be put in. Please get in all quotes as soon as possible! Thanks!
Parent Information Night Handout
Senior Pictures (and baby pictures) - Click Here
Senior Class Responsibilities
-Order coronation crown (if failed to do their junior year) and purchase football for homecoming king.
-Select class officers, Seniors should not pay class dues – students are not allowed to spend any left over money on themselves, but will be able to
decide what the class treasury should be used for, with administrative approval.
-Provide flowers for coronation (corsage for girls, carnations for boys, ½ dozen long-stem roses for the queen),
-October – Select and order graduation announcements, motto, colors and flowers.
-February – Order caps and gowns, begin organization of senior slide show.
-April – Get programs printed (check with Mrs. Schmitz, Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Kerkhove for changes), purchase flowers (corsage, boutonniere, long-
stemmed roses for parent recognition) for graduates, collect senior pictures for class composite
-Decorate stage for graduation (small table for diplomas, table near podium for senior awards, two tables at north end of gym for gifts, 3 chairs on
stage for dignitaries), be there at graduation to help pin flowers, assist with sound and slide show, assist with lining up senior class and processional.
Please contact Senior Class Advisors Tanisha Daugaard, (firstname.lastname@example.org), Nikki Determan, (email@example.com) or Marilyn Schmitz, (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any specific questions you may have.
Watch for More to Come!