BHS DAILY BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2016
HERE'S WHAT'S NEW:
BHS Varsity Softball: The softball team bounced back after a tough loss to Winnisquam to beat Bow 18-0. Meg Prescott got the win going 4 innings. Lizzie Fleming pitched the last inning striking out 2. Shannon Davies had a monster home run while Jordan and Taylor Lavallee each had 2 hits.
Aviation Discovery Day: Please see the attached information regarding Aviation Discovery Day hosted by the BHS Freshman on May 14, 2016 from 9-3 pm. Please plan to come enjoy the fun!
Students: Want a chance to go to California's Yosemite National Park next year? Earth, Ecological and Environmental Stewardship class is a hands-on, outside, collecting data, STEM based course. Mr. Deshaies and Ms. Deuell are looking for students to sign up for their class. Students enrolled in the class have the opportunity to go to California, as well as many local field trips in NH. Please go to guidance and sign up now!! (Please note you need a passing grade in biology to enroll).
Students: Applications for summer school recovery are available in guidance. Please stop in and pick one up if you are planning on attending.
Raffle: Raffle tickets for a $250 gift basket are currently being sold from now until Thursday, April 21st. There are over $100 in gift cards to Concord businesses as well as a myriad of different confectionary goodies. Prices are $2 for 1 ticket, $5 for 3 tickets and $10 for 6 tickets. All proceeds go to Michael Sanborn's Diploma of Distinction project raising money for the Farnum Center North in Franklin, NH for their substance abuse program.
Seis De Mayo Dance: The Seis De Mayo dance will be held Friday, May 6th in the cafeteria from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Admission is $5 and food and drinks will be available to purchase.
Attention Juniors and Seniors: This year's prom is being held at the Inn on Newfound Lake on Saturday, May 21st from 6pm-11pm. Tickets will be on sale during the week of April 18 through April 22. They will be sold during Power Hour in the lobby for $50 each. Payment may be made in cash or checks made out to Belmont High School. Guest permission slips will be available at the time of ticket purchase for anyone bringing a guest that does not currently attend Belmont High School.
It Takes a Village - Our Community Drug Epidemic
Sponsor: The BHS PTO in partnership with Belmont High School Student Assistance Program Counselor
Location: Belmont High School Cafeteria, Belmont High School, 255 Seavey Rd., Belmont, NH 03220
Date: Thursday, April 21, 2016
Time: 5:30 – 6:00 Dinner (pizza, salad, desserts)
6:00 – 7:00 Movie
7:00 – 9:00 Panel Discussion
Free event: No cost for dinner or event!
Event Details: We welcome students, young adults, parents, grandparents and the public from all New Hampshire communities! Please come join us for a very special evening as we come together as a community to discuss the drug epidemic with experts from our town, the Lakes Region, and our state. https://www.facebook.com/events/246255535720475/
"BHS PTO is in need of dessert donations for our "It Takes A Village: Our Community Drug Epidemic" event on Thursday, April 21st. Please consider a donation of a home baked or store bought dessert item. Please email Colleen at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to make a donation. Thank you, and we hope to see you all there!"
Athletics 4/18 – 4/23
Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Pelham 3:30pm
Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs. Campbell 5:00pm
(BMS Track and Field Meet on BHS Track 4:00pm)
Varsity Softball vs. Farmington 4:00pm PLEASE NOTE MOVED FROM 4/22 TO 4/21
Varsity Baseball vs. Farmington 4:00pm PLEASE NOTE MOVED FROM 4/22 TO 4/21
Girls Varsity Lacrosse @ Plymouth 4:00pm. Bus leaves 2:15pm
Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs. Plymouth 4:30pm
Track and Field @ Merrimack Valley 10:00am. Bus leaves 9:00am Opponents: Merrimack Valley, Inter-Lakes, Brady, Campbell, MA, Hopkinton, Kearsarge, Gilford, White Mtns, Prospect Mtn.
Raider Run: The annual Raider Run will be held on Friday, April 22nd this year!
Anyone interested in Intramural Basketball, hosted by: Mr. Rainone,
When: During Power Hour (10:25-11:15)
à Wednesday & Thursday
· Pick-Up style Play (1's & 2's)
· King of the Court
· People waiting for next will play winner, and pick up any remaining players if necessary
· Players on losing team will shoot for next game
· Score count will be determined depending on how many show up. (i.e. 11 or 15, win by 2)
· DO NOT SHOW UP IF YOU HAVE HOMEWORK TO COMPLETE
Cool Schools: Only 2 more weeks for Steeplegate receipts. We are only .01/student behind for points. The new Hatbox Theater and the Bounce House/Laser Tag will be triple points during vacation week. Help us earn more money for BHS. Receipts may be turned in through the first week of May.
Earth Day is Fri. There is a BHS poster at Steeplegate. Please support our Cool School efforts. Every comment on their Facebook page helps us!
Need help writing a resume or filling out job applications?
Please see Mrs. Burke in the School Counseling Office for assistance!
Also, check out the white board for local job openings or log on to www.indeed.com and apply on-line!
Upcoming Job Expo - May 17th at Pheasant Ridge Golf Club from 3:30-6:30pm
Click here for more details: http://www.lakesregionchamber.org/events/details/lakes-region-job-expo-22962
Applications for the Caring Student Interns (CSI) summer program at LRGHealthcare are due 6/1/16. Please complete the application on-line: www.lrgh.org if you are interested in one of the sessions!!!
PT/FT Summer Grounds Crew at Pheasant Ridge Golf Course in Gilford. Applications are available in the School Counseling Office. Visit www.indeed.com for more summer jobs!