Thursday, October 25, 2012

student bulletin


Thursday ,Oct 25, 2012



Msg from Senora Hampton:

Gracias, thank you to everyone who made this exchange an enjoyable experience for all the participants.


Attention all BOYS JV soccer players, please bring in your uniforms and drop off in Mr. Foley's room.


Prelim Playoff Schedule:

Girls Varsity Volleyball away vs Portsmouth Christian  (20 Seaborn Drive in Dover)today , 6:00PM . Bus departs @ 3:45PM

Boys Varsity Soccer  home vs White Mtn @ 3:00PM today.


Gunstock Ski Sale:

Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9-3 in the Main Lodge @ Gunstock in Gilford. Choose from a huge selection of new and used inventory from 14 area ski shops. Drop off old gear for a small consignment fee on Friday, Nov 2 from 4-8PM. Proceeds benefit the Gunstock Ski Club ski racing program for area kids. Go to for more information.


Drivers Ed:

The Fall/Winter Drivers Ed session will begin tonight  Please note a parent will be required to attend this meeting. A copy of a birth certificate and any remaining balance will also be required.


Spook Walk:

On Saturday, Oct 27th @ 6:00PM the Canterbury Boy Scouts will be hosting their annual Spook Walk in the center of Canterbury. The boy scouts are looking for volunteers. There will be a meeting on Friday at the Town Hall from 3:00-3:30PM and on Saturday at 10:00AM for set up of the Spook Walk. A sign up sheet is located in front of the band room. Volunteers are asked to be there at 5:00PM.


Shoe Drive:

Stephanie Kruzel is asking for shoe donations. The shoes will benefit children and adults in Africa. The shoe box is located in the main office. Cash donations will also be accepted as it costs $1 to ship one pair of shoes. Cash donations can also be dropped off in the main office. Deadline for collections is Nov 10th. Your extra pair of shoes could be their first. Thank you for your support.

Food Drive:

Lakes Region Vineyard Church is asking for donations for their food pantry. Donated items can be brought to the BHS main office until Nov 20th.


News from the Guidance Office:

*Job shadow opportunities are available with the following organizations for Seniors and Juniors only.  

The Manchester Monarchs (in sales, public relations, athletic training),Titeflex Aerospace (engineering),Concord Hospital (a tour of physical therapy and diagnostic medicine on Nov. 13th),Franklin Savings Bank (banking),3M -- Electrical Markets Division, Blouin Steel Fabricators,University of New Hampshire School of Law (follow a professor and experience law school).

Please see Mrs. O'Connell or Ms. Madsen in guidance for more information and to sign up.  First come first serve. 


*NHTI Open House-Sunday, November 4th 12-2:30pm. Come tour the campus, find out about Campus Life, meet Academic Department Heads and representatives from Admissions and Financial Aid. Register here or contact admissions at or call 271-7134.


Manchester Community College is having an AUTOMOTIVE OPEN HOUSE, this Saturday 10/27 from 11am-1pm at their college on 1066 Front Street in Manchester, NH. Tour their state-of-the-art Auto Technology Center, meet with faculty and learn about their Auto Programs. Apply on Saturday and they will waive the $20 application fee!


Attention Seniors! Lakes Region Community College will be holding an Open House on Saturday, October 27th from 9am to NOON. Students who bring their applications or apply that day will receive a fee waiver. Any questions, see Mrs. O'Connell in guidance.


 Calling all Sophomores! Or any other interested students. We are looking for students interested in Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security to attend a Career Panel Discussion with a Fire Chief, Police Detective, Correctional Supervisor, Lawyer, Forensic Accountant, Federal Marshall and more!! This career panel will take place on Thursday, November 8th at the Huot Technical Center in Laconia from 10:15-12:15 We only have 20 spots available, so please sign up in the guidance office ASAP!! Students will be transported to and from the Huot by bus and this field trip is FREE. Remember to pick up a permission slip when you sign up.  Come and learn about different professions, enjoy small group discussions-where your questions will be answered, and gain advice on how to successful in this field.


Marine Corp representative to be here during all lunches today for interested students




Prom 2012:

"The Yearbook Staff needs your help! We need more pictures from the Junior prom last year. Send in your personal pictures so that everyone can be included in the page. We accept hard copies and digital ones. Hard copies can be placed in Ms. Pitrone's mailbox. Digital copies can be emailed to or put on Thanks so much Yearbook staff."

Class of 2013:

 The deadline for submitting Senior pictures is fast approaching.  Make sure to get a hard copy or digital image to Ms. Pitrone by November 9th or we will be forced to use your school ID photo.  Please see Ms. Pitrone with any questions or concerns.  Pictures can be emailed to

Class of 2014:

Anyone who would like to purchase a BHS tie-dye shirt please see Mr. Deshaies in Rm 209. T-shirts are $10 and are on a first come first serve basis as quantities and sizes are limited.

Spanish Club:

Fundraising :

1. Get your raffle tickets til the end of this week. $5 for daily prizes throughout the month of Nov.

2. Need an idea for a holiday gift? 2013 NH wildlife calendars or a BHS water bottle $10.  Place your order with one of students or email señora - Calendars are available until Monday Oct 29th, water bottles are available until they are gone.

3. Halloween grams for your friends available during lunches all this week for  only $1


*FBLA - Please bring your dues ($20) in to Treasurer, Nikolai Fernandez, or Mr. Hill by November 1st.  Nikolai needs to get everyone registered in the next two weeks

Month of meetings will be as follows:

Today @ break

Tuesday, October 30th at 2:20pm

Monday, November 5th at 2:20pm

Wednesday, November 7th at 2:20pm (if needed for Holiday Fair)


Holiday Fair - The 6th Annual BHS Holiday Fair hosted by FBLA will be held on Saturday, November 10th from 9am to 3pm at the high school.  Over 100 crafters and vendors are expected, and the day will also include a raffle and breakfast, lunch, and snacks offered by various student groups.  Interested vendors can contact Mr. Hill at for more information.  A portion of the proceeds from the fair will be donated to local charities for the holiday season.  Make plans now to come start your holiday shopping with us!  Thank you for your support! 


 Can tabs - FBLA will be collecting can tabs throughout the year for David's House.  Students are asking families to set up a collection bag or box at home and periodically bring them in.  The can tabs will be delivered to David's House at the end of March.  Thank you for supporting this great cause!

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