Mr. Patrick McEvoy - e-mail
Mrs. Suzanne Richardson - e-mail
Assistant Principal &
Director of Secondary Guidance
Mr. Andrew Mertens - e-mail
Dean of Students
Ms. Paula Napier - e-mail
Mrs. Linette Schaffer - e-mail
Mr. Richard Dodd - e-mail
Ms. Holly Kennedy - e-mail
Counselor, Class of 2018 & 2020
Ms. Emily Kombrink - e-mail
Counselor, Class of 2019 & 2021
Mr. Kaje Sanford - e-mail
MCAC College Adviser
Ms. Michelle Hagan - e-mail
Bayless High School Wins 2015 National School of Character
The goal of the National Schools of Character (NSOC) awards program is to recognize all schools and districts that demonstrate an exemplary level of implementation of Character Education Partnership's 2010 Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education. The NSOC designation is renewable after five years. The awards recognize the level of excellence schools and districts have achieved in the Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education of Effective Character Education. These principles guide the process of creating a culture based on the community's shared values.
Bayless High School Wins Bronze PBIS Award
PBIS is a process for creating safer and more effective schools by structuring the learning environment to support the academic and social success of all students. The process supports the adoption and long-term implementation of efficient and effective discipline throughout the school environment. PBIS methods are research-based and proven to significantly reduce the occurrence of problem behaviors in schools. Bayless Schools are proud participants in PBIS.
Bayless High School News
Bayless Sends Delegation to MSHSAA Sportsmanship Summit
On Friday June 10th Bayless High School sent a delegation of athletes to the MSHSAA Sportsmanship Summit at Jefferson City High School for the 3rd year in a row. Incoming Senior Baseball Player Riley Luckett and incoming Juniors Zane Stobie (Baseball & Bowling), Desi Grabe (Softball, Basketball, & Soccer), and Taylor Howell (Softball, Basketball, & Soccer) all represented Bayless at this statewide conference. The students learned about team building, sportsmanship, and leadership at the conference and their attendance will help BHS earn the MSHSAA 5-Star Leadership School Banner Award for the 3rd straight year.
Hosa Competes in Nashville
Ella Karahodzic and Nasiha Mesinovic qualified at the State HOSA Convention to go on to compete at the National HOSA Convention this past June. While they did not place at the national level, they got to attend the convention at the beautiful Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN and attend the ceremonies, educational symposiums, and meet many people from around the world with the same future goals as them. Please take time to congratulate them on a job well done.
Bayless Holds 1st Volleyball Camp in 10 Years
The Bayless Girls Volleyball Program held their first Volleyball Camp for younger students since 2006. The camp was attended by 14 boys and girls entering grades 5-8. The campers enjoyed an exciting week of drills, conditioning, instruction, and games. The camp was run by the Bayless High School Girls Coaching Staff and the JV & Varsity Girls Volleyball Teams. A big thank you to BES PE Teacher Eileen Berner in incoming BHS Senior Andy Reyes for volunteering their time to help the coaching staff and players with the camp. The team looks forward to making this an annual event and hope to make the camp even bigger and better next summer.
PBIS Universal Expectations