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    Dear Balsz Families & Staff,
    At a Special Governing Board meeting 9/28, our Board voted to implement a mask mandate for all students, staff, and visitors to Balsz facilities, effective 9/29/2021. This mandate will remain in place indefinitely.

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  • Parents and Guardians,
    Please scroll down to the Superintendent's Message for a letter from Acting Superintendent Zeek Ojeh regarding recent and upcoming TikTok Challenges.
    Please talk to your children about these Tik-Tok challenges and the consequences and penalties that may result. We hope that by bringing these concerns to your attention, we can avoid any disruption to our schools and to your child’s education.
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  • The new Balsz Online Academy is now accepting applications! Visit balsz.org/balszonlineacademy and click "Application and Enrollment" for more information.
    *Note: Brunson-Lee, Crockett, Griffith, & Tillman will not be offering online options for the 21-22 school year. If you would like your child to attend school online, you will need to apply to the Balsz Online Academy.

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Superintendent's Message

  • October 13, 2021

    Re:  Warning Regarding Recent Tik-Tok Challenges

    Dear Parents/Guardians:

    We are writing this letter to warn you about a string of Tik-Tok challenges and the risks associated with these challenges.  Some of the monthly challenges include the following:

    • October: Smack a staff member on the backside
    • November: Kiss your friend’s girlfriend at school
    • December: Deck the halls and show your b**** [private areas]
    • January: Jab a breast
    • February: Mess up school signs
    • March: Make a mess in the courtyard or cafeteria
    • April: Grab some “eggsz” (theft/stealing)
    • May: Ditch Day
    • June: Flip off front office

    All these items listed above constitute a violation of the Student Handbook and Governing Board Policies related to student conduct.  Several items above also constitute criminal activity, such as assault, vandalism, theft, indecent exposure, and the like. 

    These challenges are not funny and will not be condoned by the School or District administration.  In addition to imposing discipline for any acts of student misconduct, the administration will refer any criminal activity to law enforcement for prosecution.

    Please talk to your children about these Tik-Tok challenges and the consequences and penalties that may result.  We hope that by bringing these concerns to your attention, we can avoid any disruption to our schools and to your child’s education.

    Sincerely,

    Zeek Ojeh, CPA
    Acting Superintendent

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