BHS DAILY BULLETIN
MONDAY, November 23, 2015
POLAR EXPRESS: Please see the attached flyer to order your tickets now for the Polar Express Pajama Party for children and their families. The special showing of the classic holiday film will be held in the Belmont High School Café on Friday, December 4 at 6:00 pm. The event will also include cocoa and snacks, and other special surprises. Children are encouraged to attend in their pajamas, socks and/or slippers. This magical holiday event is sponsored by the BHS Earth, Ecological and Environmental Stewardship students as a fundraiser for their spring trip to Olympic National Park in Washington. If you are not familiar with the Polar Express story, it is about a doubting boy who is waiting to hear the sound of reindeer bells from Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve. Instead, he hears the roar of a steam engine outside his window. The conductor welcomes him aboard the train for an extraordinary journey to the North Pole. There, he receives a gift only those who BELIEVE in Santa can experience. Rated PG. Link to official movie trailers http://movieweb.com/movie/the-polar-express/official-trailer-2/
ATHLETICS: Boys JV and Varsity basketball tryouts will be TODAY and Tuesday (November 23 and 24) from 3pm - 6pm and Wednesday from 8am - 11am.
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
STUDENT COUNCIL: Your student council thanks the student body for such a successful Thanksgiving Food Drive. We collected over 768 pounds of food that we were able to donate to our local food bank. Thank you for all your efforts to give so many families a more festive Thanksgiving!
NOVEMBER and DECEMBER COOL SCHOOL BONUS OPPORTUNITIES:
Steeplegate receipts, Facebook and email list = BHS points.
· Please check out the November & December bonus opportunities.
· Do you like to read Christmas stories? Would you make a good Mrs. Claus? Consider signing up for an hour or two to help us earn more points.
· Do you love to wrap? We can sign up for a table.
· Do you love to sing carols? Would you to perform? Opportunities abound to serenade and entertain holiday shoppers.
· Food drive donations, Coats for Kids and Toys for Tots also count.
· Want to be an elf? Pictures with Santa 11/21-12/24
· Want to help with Pet pictures with Santa? Mondays 4:30-8 PM
· Do you like to interact with people?
· Can you explain the Cool School activities?
· Consider signing up for a table.
Triple points on Black Friday
If you are interested in participating in any of the above activities, please contact Sharon Hampton at email@example.com. Help our scholarship grow. Thank you and Happy Holidays!
PLEASE NOTE! BHS PTO meeting has been rescheduled Thursday, December 3rd
Equality Alliance: Meetings are cancelled until after Thanksgiving break.
Junior Class Calendar Raffle Winners:
Nov 16 - Carol Ryan
Nov 17 - Vinnie Boucher
Nov 18 - Brenda Therrien
Nov 19 - Denise Bodwell
Nov 20 - Gayle Price
Nov 21 - Carolyn Hunt
Nov 22 - Donna Castor
Attention seniors! The guidance department has started to receive scholarship opportunities for you to apply to. The complete listing is in the guidance office and will be updated frequently, it is your responsibility to check it often!! Direct links can be found on the guidance website at https://sites.google.com/site/belmonthighguidance/ scholarships.
SENIORS: CAP & GOWN MEASUREMENTS WILL BE TAKEN ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2015 FROM 10:30-12:15 IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE. ALL SENIORS WHO ARE MARCHING NEED TO STOP BY DURING THAT TIME TO BE MEASURED FOR A CAP & GOWN. Any questions, see Mrs. O'Connell.
On Wednesday, December 2, 2015 from 10:30-12:15 in the guidance office you need to stop in and be measured for your cap and gown. THIS IS A MANDATORY EVENT!! ALL SENIORS WHO ARE MARCHING MUST ATTEND!! The whole process should take 5-10 minutes or less. When you come in you need to sign a form and give me your BEST email address and cell phone number so that we can be in touch with when needed. If anyone already knows they have a
conflict for that time on 12/2 PLEASE see me ASAP!!
For current seniors, we encourage them to join the day's festivities by giving our keynote speech! Our winning Destination College speechwriter will win a $1000 scholarship! The web form for entry can be found at http://www.nhheaf.org/index.asp?page=events_dc_speech. All entries are due February 26, 2016.
Seniors who are Diploma of Distinction Candidates:
Monday, 11/23, Second half of PowerHour, Ms. Ransom's Office
There will be a brief meeting in Ms Ransom's office in the School Counseling Offices on Monday, 11/23 during the second half of Power Hour to check in/update progress. Colton Cadorette may join us and we can hound him for info on the whole process, presentation, etc! If anything, we can connect and get things more formalized.
See you there!
Destination College, NHEEAF's college planning convention for high school juniors and families, takes place on Saturday, April 2 at Southern New Hampshire University. This free event features college admissions and financial aid workshops for both students and parents throughout the morning and ends with a college fair (with an expected 70 colleges in attendance!).
While registration will not open until early February, we encourage juniors and parents to "Save the Date" by adding this to their Spring calendars. Check out the event poster - https://www.nhheaf.org/pdfs/dc/DC-2016-Poster.pdf
As a reminder, the Destination College Speech Contest is also open for high school seniors. The winning student will share their essay at Destination College with attendees – and win a $1000 scholarship! Submissions are due Friday, 2/26/16. We have recently received our first entry! For more information, click here.
For information and questions, contact us at the BHS School Counseling office! Can't wait!!