Daily Announcements











Bloomfield Cardinals

Friday, June 2, 2017




Looking Ahead

June 14th Spring Sports Banquet @ 6 pm HS cafeteria

August 15th - First day of School


Today's Announcements


HS School Spring Sports Banquet will be June 14th @ 6 pm in HS Cafeteria. Cake and Drinks will be served. (Boys and Girls Track, Girls Tennis, Baseball, Softball and Golf) We hope to see everyone at the banquet. 

Students who would be interested in a course specifically dedicated for the Crane WPS please notify their 1st period teacher this morning.


Are you age 17 years of age or older and seeking a job or career in medical home care?  If so, Elders Journey Home Care is seeking applicants for Home Health Aide.  You can apply online at www.eldersjourney.org or call Melanie Kinder in Human Resources at 812.334.2389.  


Continuing Information




WITH LCDR Mike Cluver and Sarah Melamed

July 17,18,19, & 20-2017

Open to the first 12 students.

Please see Mr. Cluver or Miss Melamed for more information.


Pioneer applications are located outside the office.


Applications for Crane-Tech 2017-18 are open for the after school program.

There will be online sign ups and applications will be accepted until 10

July. The clickable link for the application is below. If anyone has any

questions please see the attached flyer.




Indiana University

Is offering Intelligent Systems Engineering camps

ISE Summer Camp 2017

Come make and Shape the Future! Explore Wearables, Sentient Architecture, Augmented Reality, Robotics, Digital Fabrication, Drawing Machines and more. Find info at camps.engineering.indiana.edu


The BHS volleyball team will be hosting a week long camp this summer.  Forms will be sent home and extras available in the Elementary office.  Athletic attire and gym shoes are required.

Knee pads are suggested.  Cost is $30.  Please make checks out to BHS Volleyball.


Week of June 26-30 in the Glover Gymnasium

Incoming 1st -3rd Graders 9:00 AM-10:00 AM

Incoming 4th-6th Graders 10:00 AM-11:00 AM

Incoming 7th-8th Graders 11:00 AM-12:00 PM

High School 1:00-2:30PM


Please contact Laura Kay Rose, BHS Varsity Volleyball coach with any questions.  (lrose@bsd.k12.in.us 812-798-7258)  We look forward to working with your child this summer.


Applications for Miss Greene County Queen and Miss Greene County Princess are available outside the high school office.  There are two applications for different age groups.  Princess is for girls 15 years old but under 18.  Greene County Queen is 18 years old and not reached their 22nd birthday.  


Applications for the Shawnee Theatre summer camp are available outside the office. Open to grades K-12 grade.


Get Outdoors Day

Friday, June 9th from 12 to 8 pm @ West Gate Academy. Join us for a free event connecting STEM to the fun-filled outdoors for all ages. for more information go to: fb.me/WestGateGetOutdoorsDay


Running For Our Future

5K run & Walk Saturday, June 10th @ West Gate Academy Check in @ 8 am. please sign up early at http://signup.com/119352  and on facebook.com/RunningForOurFuture5k/ All Proceeds from the 5K will be given in scholarships at the Fifth Annual WEstGate@Crane College Fair!

IU School of Informatics and Computing Summer Camp!

This year's camp is June 18-22, 2017, on the beautiful Indiana University Bloomington campus. The cost of the camp is $425, which includes accommodations in a residence hall, meals, technology sessions, extracurricular activities, an official camp T-shirt, and other goodies.

At Our Camp Students Can:


  • Learn about the latest trends in information technology, the Internet, Web design, networking, new media, database, gaming, and more from our expert faculty and students.

  • Get lots of hands-on experience with technology, including creating your own tech-related project.

  • Explore a potential career path.

  • See how information technology is used in science, art, business, and other fields.

  • Strengthen your problem-solving and communication skills.

  • Hang out with other campers, watch movies, swim, bowl, and game.

  • Get a taste of what college is like.

Students in Grades 9-12:  Our school is committed to providing our students with the best possible access to resources to pursue higher education. Because of this, we're partnering with Raise.me so that you can start earning scholarship money for college starting as early as 9th grade. Raise.me currently partners with over 180 colleges around the country, with 2-3 new colleges being added each week. Any high school student in the United States can earn scholarships for their good grades, their involvement in sports and clubs, and their community service hours. Signing up for Raise.me is free and takes less than half an hour and could have a pay-out of tens of thousands of scholarship dollars for your child's college education.

Sign up for free at www.raise.me

School Reach now has a retrieval phone number to call if you miss a call from the school. The phone number 855-955-8500. Call this number to hear the latest message sent out.