Big Bear Valley, CA — Each Thursday is a minimum day for Big Bear Middle School and elementary students, to allow for teacher’s strategic planning in the afternoon, and that is the case for today as well, despite the upcoming holiday. All BVUSD students are on the eve of a four-day weekend, as Friday is a school holiday in observance of Lincoln’s birthday and Monday, February 15 is a school holiday in observance of the Presidents’ Day holiday.
In other school news, the Bears varsity boys basketball team won their game over Desert Hot Springs yesterday in a score of 76-68 (given double figures from Parker Bradley, Dylan Helm, Owen David and Daniel Campuzano) and, this evening, they play for the league title. Big Bear High School’s team travels to 29 Palms for a 7:30pm game that will determine the De Anza League championship.
Update: The Bears varsity boys basketball team lost their game against 29 Palms last night. It was said to be an intense game, with a final score of 46-56. The Bears ended regular season play with a record of 6-2 and though they did not win the De Anza League championship, they will be eligible for post-season CIF play.
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