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BCIG Community School District: 712-364-3687

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June, 2018

FINAL TRANSCRIPTS FOR SENIORS:  They will be mailed to the information received from seniors by Friday, June 1st.  If you did not tell Tasha where to send your final transcript, please call the office at 364-3371.



Our JMC databases have been merged into one, OABCIG database.  You will not be able to access JMC from our old links any more.  The new JMC link is posted.  All families will need to log in to the new JMC for registration and to verify their information for 2018-2019.
School PIctures:
      Elementary • Odebolt Bldg.  • Tuesday, August 28th
      Middle School   • Tuesday, August 28th
      Elementary • Ida Grove Bldg • Wednesday, August 29th
      High School • Thursday, August 30th


Spring play- "Writing a will can be murder"

Director: Whitney Francis-Simonson


Saturday, April 29, 2017 @ OABCIG High School Cafeterium
Tickets can be purchased at the door. $5 for adults $3 for students.


Odebolt-Arthur/Battle Creek-Ida Grove High School drama students are busy rehearsing for the spring play, "Writing A Will Can Be Murder" by Eddie McPherson. The play will be presented Saturday, April 29, at 7 p.m.

Aging movie star Betty Crawford once led a glamorous life on the red carpet, surrounded by reporters, movie producers and directors vying for her attention. Everyone wanted to rub elbows with her. But these days, she lives alone with her maid and rest is only a memory... and a series of hysterical tongue-in-cheek flashback.

Wouldn't you know, when Crawford revises her will, suddenly everyone in her life, both past and present, just happens to show up for a "social call?" Crawford ends up murdered in her living room, conked on the head with a heavy object. Curiously (and hysterically), every visitor just happens to be holding a different type of heavy object... the potential murder weapon.

When a library cop shows up to present a citation for a book that's years overdue, he decides he's practically like law enforcement, so he puts the clues together to help solve the mystery of the murdered movie star. With fast paced dialogue and three sets of twins (each pair cleverly written to be played by the same actor), this murder mystery farce is full of fun amd intrigue.

Row 1: Marzia Shivers, Sydney Bauer, Ellie Diersen, Mally Sangpanjun
Row 2: Jarrett Bumann, Bree Henningsen, Lindsey Kruse, Stephen Stangl, Grace Holmes, Taylor Oldham
Row 3: Sequoia Dobbs, Emma Endrulat, Aedan Hickey, Anna VanDusen, Grant Conover
Row 4: Josie Wulf, Carter Arnburg, Dallas Hare, Whitney Francis-Simonson (Director), Rhett Ketelsen, Alyssa Henderson


Character Performed by
Betty/Nettie Bree Henningsen
Rose Emma Endrulat
Joan Lindsey Kruse
Donavan Dallas Hare
Mildred/Candice Grace Holmes
Alfred Aedan Hickey
Reporter 3 Marzia Shivers
Producer 1 Anna Van Dusen
Barrymore Grant Conover
Garfield Stephen Stangl
Dead Betty Alyssa Henderson
Flashback Characters  
Young Betty Sydney Bauer
Young Producer 1 Taylor Oldham
Producer 2 Mally Sangpanjun
Reporter 1 Jarrett Bumann
Reporter 2 Mally Sangpanjun
Young Alfred Jarrett Bumann
Nerd Sequoia Dobbs
Young Barrymore Rhett Ketelsen
Young Mildred/Candice Ellie Diersen
Young Reporter 3 Carter Arnburg
Young Rose Josie Wulf


Mr. Larry Allen, Athletic Director
OABCIG Community School District


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