Friday, September 28, 2012

student bulletin


Friday  , Sept 28 , 2012



Cross Country away @ Sandwich Central School 4:00PM- bus departs @ 2:00PM

SATURDAY: Belmont Homecoming Games:

Boys JV Soccer (upper field) home vs Gilford 10:30AM

Boys Varsity Soccer (lower field) home vs Gilford 12;00PM

Girls Varsity Soccer (lower field) home vs Gilford 2:00PM

**Please note the JV girls soccer game has been cancelled.

Girls JV Volleyball home vs Pittsfield @ 2:00PM

Girls Varsity Volleyball home vs Pittsfield  @ 4:00PM


* Congratulations to the BHS Golf Team for two huge wins over Kearsarge and Prospect Mountain at Canterbury Woods.  The team fired a season low 175!!  This is the best team performance by a Belmont Team in many years.  The team was lead by freshman duo Caleb Drouin and Mike Sanborn, who shot both shot a 40, only four strokes over par.  This low score also earned them medalist honors for the lowest score in the tournament.  Also scoring for Belmont was senior Brielle Moore 44 and sophomore Brandon Pearl 51.  The team travels to Wakewan on Monday for the Inter-Lakes Classic.



Drivers Ed:

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.




Attention all students interested in DRAMA:  Big fall field trip!
Attend the NH Theatre Guild Conference at PSU on Friday, October 19th.  Take workshop classes in acting, costume, set and lighting design.  Write mini plays, make stuff and see a play with Ms. Pitrone, Ms. Fair and Ms. Fountain!  Couldn't be a better day!  To sign up/get a permission slip, see Ms. Pitrone in rm 206.  ANY student interested in drama or who istaking the Theatre class in the spring is welcome to attend. 

Math Team:

Math Team members planning to go to the meet on Oct. 10th, need to sign up in Room 112 as soon as possible.


Class of 2015:

 The sign-up sheets for homecoming are now posted outside Ms.Tardugno's room.  Stop by soon to get your choice of time slots at which to work or list items you plan to donate.

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.


Homecoming Dance and Bonfire:

Tonight 7:00-10:30 PM BHS Parking Lot - $5 per person OR if more than (3) ppl in a car save $5 off the regular admission price.


Spanish Club:

*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 please contact



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 @ 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 today  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:





Common Core Standards have been adopted by NH and all schools must align their curriculum to these new standards of learning. The Interim Superintendent Maria Dreyer and the Director of Curriculum and Assessment Misty McBrierty will be holding a parent informational night at Belmont High School on Monday, October 22nd at 6PM in the library. Parents will be given information about the Common Core Standards and how this will impact their high school student as well as resources and ways a parent can support their child's success at each grade level.


* Congratulations to Seniors Brandon Heimlich and Alex Turcotte who are serving in leadership positions at the Winnisquam Agricultural Center FFA Chapter. Brandon is serving as Vice-President and Alex is
serving as Treasurer for the 2012-2013 school year.


*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.


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.


Today,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.


* 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

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