Summer School Information
Tue May 25 02:18 PM
JROTC rejuvenating the flower beds on campus
Tue May 25 07:40 AM
NHS Induction Ceremony 2021
Thu May 13 11:43 AM
B. C. Rain appreciates Nurse Bettis and all she does for our faculty, staff, and students.
Wed May 12 09:02 AM
Fri May 07 07:30 AM
For more than a century, Alabama Power employees have been committed to supporting our local communities in order to improve the quality of life for all Alabamians. The Alabama Power Foundation, founded in 1989, is proud to continue this mission and support the communities we serve. We are pleased to inform you that Ben C. Rain High School/Mr. Lawrence Yelding has been approved for a donation.
Fri May 07 07:27 AM
Bronze Medal 5A Girls State Championship senior Jordan Lang
Mon May 03 11:31 AM
JROTC Cadets participated in the annual Camping trip this past weekend at Blakely State Park in Baldwin County. Cadets got the full camping experience, sleeping in tents in the great outdoors, roasting marshmallows and making smores by the fire, and battling mosquitos! We also got to eat real MRE Army field rations, had some great fellowship with cadets from other schools and participate in an orienteering competition. Overall, it was a great time and we can’t wait to go again next year.
Mon May 03 08:36 AM
Meet Terresa Morrissette, the Cafeteria Manager at B.C. Rain High School. According to Ms. Caroll McQueen, Director of the CPSS Child Nutrition program, Mrs. Morrissette s an exceptional employee because she mentors new managers, is dedicated, and does an outstanding job. She also motivates others to do a good job. "I started with Mobile County Public School System in 2002 as a CNP assistant at Semmes Middle School. After years of assisting and earning new skills, I decided to apply for CNP manager n 2009. As a result, l was hired at Ben C. Rain High School as CNP manager," Mrs. Morrissette said. "This journey has been such a rewarding experience because of the many lives that CNP workers touch on a daily basis. Oftentimes we feed students the only meals they may eat the entire day. While many people overlook that fact, CNP staff not only provide daily nutritious meals, but we deposit daily seeds of encouragement in the lives of many students that we encounter while distributing their food." "In addition to feeding hundreds of students each week, meals are also provided for faculty and staff members, including administrators and counselors, to purchase. Working as one of Mobile County School System's CNP managers has been an experience that I will never forget. I have witnessed students entering the school as a freshman and years later, graduating and becoming productive members of society. However, the most gratifying of them all is seeing a former student and they tell you that you played a significant role in their life. That makes coming to work every day more fulfilling." Thank you for your service to our students, Mrs. Morrissette!
Wed Apr 28 01:31 PM
B. C. Rain senior, La'Kyerah McDaniel was the recipient of MCPSS's Learning and Leading Award. Congratulations La'Kyerah!
Tue Mar 30 02:59 PM