Join PTA Today!
We invite ALL parents to become a member of our Parent Teacher Organization (PTA)! Join today for only $10.00. Envelopes are in the front office. Click HERE for more information.
Gina Espinoza, Principal's Office
Tristan Winn, Main Office
Susan Dascenzi, Attendance Office
Susan Aldrich, Registrar/Guidance Office
Red Ribbon Week - Oct. 27-30
Monday: "Quest for Respect" assembly in the auditorium and every student receives a red wristband
Tuesday: "Sock it to Drugs" day - Wear crazy socks to show spirit!
Wednesday: Wear Red Day! Say "NO" to drugs!
Thursday: "Drugs are Spooky" spirit day. Wear a school appropriate costume that follows dress code and does not include masks, gore, blood, or weapons. If you don't want to wear a costume, then wear orange and black.
What a Fantastic Fit-A-Thon!
Our 4th Annual Fit-A-Thon was held on Friday, October 10th. Our school grounds were transformed into 6 huge activity arenas with athletic challenges and events for everyone, including relay races, tug-o-war, wiffleball derby and so much more! All BJH students and staff members participated in the Fit-A-Thon! A big "thank you" to all of our parent volunteers! We have raised $20,499 so far!!!
27-30 Red Ribbon Week
27 Red Ribbon Week "Kick-off" Assembly
27 6:00pm School Board Meeting (Civic Center)
29 8:40a-2:55p LATE START SCHEDULE
30 End of First Quarter
30 6:00p-8:00p P.T.A. sponsored Harvest Dance (Cafeteria)
31 NO SCHOOL - TEACHER PREP DAY
New Marquee Celebrations
Brea Junior High has a new special way to celebrate your student! You can now purchase a message to be displayed on the electronic marquee! Ten dollars for an entire day celebrates a birthday, congratulates a sports victory, or salutes a very special occasion in your student’s life. Forms with specific details are available in the main office. All proceeds from MARQUEE CELEBRATIONS will go to support classroom technology.
BJH Vision Statement
The vision of Brea Junior High, in partnership with the home and community, is to prepare students to be lifelong learners and responsible, contributing citizens in a culturally diverse, safe society. Students will develop their full potential in an educationally challenging environment where they will be treated with respect, given equal access to a rich, meaningful curriculum, and challenged to meet expectations of excellence.
We are currently using the SchoolMessenger communication system to send important announcements to you. SchoolMessenger offers you the ability to determine how you would like to receive the different types of messages. If you would like to receive messages in a different manner (different phone number, additional phone number, email, text, etc.) please call Shannon Ames (714) 990-7533 at the District Office to make those changes.
Teen Center right here on our campus!
Are you looking for a great place to send your student before or after school? Check out our Teen Center! Click HERE for all the details.
Order Your Yearbook Today!
Click HERE to order a Yearbook!
Main Office (714) 990-7500
Attendance Office (714) 990-7508
Guidance Office (714) 990-7501
Principal's Office (714) 990-7835
Dates to Remember for 2014-15 School Year
►TEACHER PREP DAYS
►LAST DAY OF SCHOOL