BHS DAILY BULLETIN
Wednesday, Sept 26, 2012
Golf @ Canterbury Woods 4:00PM
The coaches from JHU are hosting a stick work clinic on Veterans' Day at Exeter High
School.Come learn from the Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse coaches! Get the latest
stick work techniques that will help you take your game to the next level. Stick work is
the foundation of the modern women's lacrosse game. Learning these new techniques
will help you playing in the spring. Learn how to develop your offside and how you can
practice with a friend or on your own. Space is limited and this clinic is open to all area
players. The clinic Fee is $50. Registration forms are available on the BHS Girls
Leadership meeting tomorrow in library @ 2:15PM.
If your student did not pass in their form and payment on photo day , it is not too late to
purchase a photo package. Order forms along with payment can still be passed into the
office by today.
The Fall/Winter Drivers Ed session will begin on 10/25 and run until 1/3/2013. If you are interested in taking this class please stop by the main office for a sign up form. Please make note that you will need to turn 16 by the end of the class.
Math Team members planning to go to the meet on Oct. 10th, need to sign up in Room 112 as soon as possible.
Meeting for the Belmont Equestrian Team/Club will be held tomorrow at the Middle School in Mrs DeGange's room at 2:45. More information is available at http://www.nhhset.org. ( The web site for New Hampshire High School Equestrian Teams.)
Class of 2014:
If you would like to tie dye a tshirt, there will be a station to tie dye one at Homecoming. Cost of shirts will be $10.
Class of 2013:
There is a sign up sheet in front of room 202, for homecoming. Seniors need to sign up for two hour shifts.
Meeting cancelled today.
If you are planning on bringing a guest(who does not attend BHS) to the dance
& bonfire Friday night, you will need to pick up a permission form in the main office. Please note this form needs to be signed by a parent as well as a member of the administration. Last day to pass in the form to the main office will be Friday morning.
*Spanish club meeting Wed. Oct. 3, 2:15 to 3:15, room 105. We will be planning activities for exchange students arriving Oct. 12 and electing officers. Open to all present, future and past Spanish students not just exchange students.
*The World Language Exchange Programs Outdoors Yard Sale Sat. 9/29.
Weather permitting 8 AM - 2 PM vendors wanted. 10 x 10 space for $10. If interested
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Senior Yearbook Photos: Please plan to have your Senior Pictures taken as soon as
possible. The deadline for submitting Senior pictures will be November 9th. When you
go to a photographer, make sure to ask that person what the turn-around time is for
photographs and let them know what your deadline is. Let them know they can send a
digital file to Ms. Pitrone @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to meet this deadline will mean
that we will be forced to revert to your most current ID photo for publication. Please see
Ms. Pitrone with any questions.
Yearbook: Please submit your order for Belmont's very first FULL COLOR yearbook
by Friday and take advantage of the low price of $40. After this the price goes up to $45. Orders may be submitted to Ms. Pitrone or online.
News from the Guidance Office:
*Seniors- There will be a college application workshop after school on Wednesday Oct. 3rd. from 2:15 to 3:30. Ms. Seiferth will be in the Computer Lab to help with applications and Ms. Pitrone will be in room 206 to help with college essays. Please plan to take advantage of this opportunity if at all possible.
*Seniors-Scholarship Opportunities have begun arriving in the guidance office. There are 3 available that have deadlines at the beginning of October. Check the guidance office regularly and often to avoid missing out on these opportunities.
*Sargeant Doherty from the Army will be in the guidance office on Thursday 9/27 at 9:30am. Interested Juniors and Seniors please sign up in the guidance office to attend.
*Calling all juniors! The PSAT will take place on Wednesday, October 17th at 7:30am here at BHS. The sign up sheet is in the guidance office. Cost of the test is $18.00, cash or checks made out to BHS. The money must be paid on test day. If you choose to pay before, please give money to Mrs. O'Connell in guidance. The guidance department encourages ALL juniors to take the PSAT in preparation for the all important SAT's that they will take next spring and fall of your senior year.
*On Friday, September 28th at 1:30pm in the guidance office St. Thomas University will have representative here to talk to interested juniors and seniors about their college opportunities. Interested juniors and seniors should sign up in the guidance office to attend.
*Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the US Air Force, is a non-profit, volunteer
organization dedicated to training youth (12-18 yrs. old) in the areas of aerospace
education, leadership, character development and emergency services, while instilling the
values of integrity, volunteer service, excellence and respect. The squadron is also open
to adult members interested in air crews, and ground search and rescue teams. The Hawk
Composite Squadron, the local squadron will be holding an Open House from 6:30-
9:00pm on Thursday, September 27th in the terminal of the Laconia
Airport. Anyone interested in joining this organization as either a cadet member or adult
member, should attend this meeting. Any questions you may have will be answered,
including information regarding flight training and scholarship opportunities.
Refreshments will be provided.
* Job Opportunity! Canterbury Hall, located on 353 Baptist Road in Canterbury is a small
assisted living facility for mature adults. Looking for students who are 16 years or older
who can assist their staff in caring for these adults. The pay is $8.00 per hour and the
shifts available are Monday-Sunday from 3 or 3:30pm-6:00pm. Interested students can
call 783-9822, leave your name and phone number and the owner will return your call.
Tuesday 10/2/2012 1st term progress reports mailed