How to Navigate the New BVW Website

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How to Navigate the New BVW Website

Jonah Park, Contributor

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The school homepage recently got a makeover. It looks much nicer than the previous layout, but many students are having trouble navigating it. This is a general guide to finding your way around the new design.

The homepage features a dominant photo, a horizontal bar with dropdown menus, many useful administration phone numbers, and upcoming important dates. The homepage also features a new tool that allows students to quickly find a teacher if they need to find their website or contact them.

“School Information”- contains general information and resources from the school.

“Administration” – contains the school’s mission statement, and members of the administration.

“Curriculum” – provides information about the district’s graduation requirements.

“Food & Nutrition” – self-exclamatory, containing meal prices and what to do if you do not have money left in your account to purchase a meal.

“News” – the most recent events and announcements from the school.

“Peachjar Eflyers” – a catalog of all of the school’s recent flyers sent out.

“Safe Schools Reporting” -parent or student can file a bullying report.

The “Registration” tab contains information for new students and their parents on how to enroll, also stating graduation requirements to guide students’ class-choosing process.

The “Students” tab will be your best friend.

“Activities” – access a full list of all of the clubs and activities in the school and their sponsors, and how to join them.

“Athletics” – a list of all of the sports the school has to offer and their coaches. Athletic schedules, summer camp information, and a participation packet are also available.

“Student Login” – all of the websites students will ever need. This page provides links to the login pages of StudentVue, Blackboard, many textbooks and the student email.

“Student Well-Being” will help parents and students with general health with issues such as bullying, depression, suicide, substance abuse, and others.

“Parents” – helps parents if they wish to put their students in an accelerated math program, login to websites like ParentVue and College Readiness, learn about or join the school’s PTO, or learn about bus routes.

“Counselors” – information about AP testing, College Now, SAT, ACT, college applications, transcript requests, and college credit.

“Teacher Websites” – a sorted list (by subject) of the teachers in the school. Each teacher’s name is a link that will take you to their website.

“Library” – goes directly to the library’s website, where you can access the and search all of the books in the library, and find different databases.

“Nurse” provides dental forms, health assessment forms, and prescription medicine forms. Health services are also available here.


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