JUST REMINDER THERE IS NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4TH TEACHER WORKSHOP DAY.
OUR LOST AND FOUND IS BEING OVER RUN WITH CLOTHING, JIM HAS SET UP A TABLE IN THE CAFÉ. PLEASE SEND YOUR STUDENT TO LOOK AT IT. EVERYTHING WILL BE GONE ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3RD.
See attached flyer for Belmont Parks & Recreation Gunstock Ski & Snowboard Outreach Program
The yearbook staff would like to inform you that senior portraits are due December 2nd. Please submit digital copies to Mrs. Hamilton via email (email@example.com) or hard copy (Room 210).
"Is your lawn covered in leaves? Do you hate raking? Do you love supporting a good cause? The Earth Ecological and Environmental Stewardship students will rake your lawns for donations towards their Yosemite National Park Trip! Set aside October 29th and/or November 12th to have your lawn raked! We'll remove leaves too. Please contact Sarah Deuell firstname.lastname@example.org or Adrien Deshaies email@example.com to schedule your lawn.
SEE ATTACHED FLYER FOR THE ROBOTICS COMPETION COMING UP AT BHS
The Belmont High School French Club will be selling pork pies at the BHS Holiday Craft Fair Saturday, November 12
If you would like to feast on this delectable Québécois delicacy, you can reserve pies in advance. The pies are frozen and ready to pop in the oven for a quick, easy, and nutritious meal. You'll go hog-wild over the taste.
Just e-mail with the quantity that you desire and we will set it aside for you. The cost is $10.00 per pie. (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Please put checks (made out to BHS) or cash in my mailbox when you reserve. Merci!
PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FLYER FROM NHDOE
Great job by the Boys and Girls Cross-Country Teams Saturday at the D3 State Meet. The Girls team finished 10th, lead by Alice Riley's 1st place finish (19:56.9), her third victory of the season. Alexus Day placed 25th (21:56.1), Makayla Palmer 33rd (22:27.7), Betsey Lowe 110th (26:10.7), Abby Camire 140th (29:48.2), and Taylor Yelle 152nd (33:09.6) rounded out the scoring. The Boys team placed 8th, their best finish since winning the state title in 2009. Ian Remenar lead the way in 11th (17:13.5) followed by Nick Randos 20th (17:41.5), Isaiah Knowlton 46th (18:41.8), Connor Jackson 88th (19:35.3), Aidan Rupp 89th (19:37.6), Adam Sojka 139th (21:21.0). Great Job all! Good Luck to Alice, Ian and Nick as they move on to next Saturday's Meet of Champions in Nashua.
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Soccer Team on their win over Gilford 1-0 in the Division III Quarterfinal game. Tallying the only goal was Logan Wilder who delivered on a free kick just outside the 18, hitting an absolute laser beam past the keeper. Belmont was led defensively by Corey Derosier, Tyler Fleming, Chris Marden and Caleb Burke. Jonny LeClair was outstanding in net finishing the day with 8 saves. Doug Price and River Mathieu had solid games in the middle of the field. Zach Ennis and Griffen Embree, along with Nick Mackes and Eli Allmen played very well on the outside mids. The boys will play Wednesday night at Laconia High School at 4:00 in the Division III Semi Finals.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer Team on their exciting win over Hopkinton 4-3 on Saturday in the Division III Quarterfinal game. Scoring for Belmont was Katie Gagnon on a shot just outside the 18 and hitting the crossbar down for the goal, followed by Hannah Shirley's header inside the 6 to make 2-0 at the half. Hopkinton would answer with two quick goals and then late in the game Hopkinton would break through for the go ahead goal. With about 5 minutes left in the game Belmont would get a throw-in deep in Hopkinton's half and the ball would be sent toward the goal where Kelsey Scott hit a scissor kick and blasted it past the keeper. Then in dramatic fashion as time ran out a long ball sent into the box and toward the far post found the foot of Katie Gagnon for the game winner. Outstanding goal keeping by Moriah Watson who made a very important save late in the game to keep Belmont in reach. The girls will play Tuesday night at Laconia High School at 4:00 in the Division III Semi Finals.
Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Campbell
Tuesday November 1, 2016
Laconia High School
Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Stevens
Wednesday November 2, 2016
Laconia High School
Fall Sports Awards Night will be held on Wednesday November 9th at 6:00pm. Presentations will start in the BHS Gymnasium.
The Unified basketball team is looking for students that would like to participate
as partners for the upcoming season.
Practices will be after school, twice a week, starting in late November.
...with 1 game a week, starting In January.
For more information, they can contact Mr. Garrett in Room 104.
District Wellness News:
The Meredith Village Savings Bank wellness grant contest has begun. This is an opportunity to receive $3000 for our students. If you vote you could also win a Fitbit® Blaze Smart Fitness Watch for yourself! Visit this page to vote: https://a.pgtb.me/fMSGgh
Here is our entry:
The Shaker Regional School District health promotion initiative is centered around our students' water consumption and the health benefits associated with appropriate water intake. We will be focusing our efforts with age appropriate education and role modeling water consumption to all of our students. We will initiate this by placing a water bottle in every student and faculty member's hand, which can be used at the schools' water refill stations, and following through with health promotion education in all four Shaker Regional School District schools.
You can only vote once. Please share the contest with family and friends on Facebook. We are competing against area schools so every vote counts. Thank you for your support! Contest goes from 10/4-11/18.
Parents and students the BHS School Counseling Office has a very valuable website that provides a lot of information about what is happening in the counseling office. Scholarship opportunities, programs available to our students, "what's new" section that gives the current months activities and so much more! Check it often to help answer your questions.
Just for pressing 'Send" on your online college application at BHS on 11/14??
Yes!! A senior from BHS will be the winner of a $500 scholarship on Nov 14 (to be awarded at Class Night in June)
Sign up now to work/start/ finish (!) your college application on
November 14 as part of our involvement with NHHEAF's statewide
"Apply to College" Day!
Here how it works:
You MUST SIGN UP!!!
Sign up in the school counseling office/guidance for a time slot on Nov 14 to work with college admissions counselors from across the state who will be here working 1:1 with students in the computer lab on college app's. Parents will need to complete the consent form (provided at sign up) prior to 11/14
Here's the deal..
You must hit 'submit' before the end of the school day on the college app to be eligible for the scholarship. This means coming to school on Nov 14 with everything ready to go- or at least knowing what you need to do to finish it up - this includes essays uploaded or needing help with final editing, payment made in full ahead of time or access to/arrangements for credit card information to be available (students may call parents at the moment to pay here at school or you can pay ahead of time.
College admissions counselors and BHS school counselors will be available in the computer lab from 10-1 for this event!
Questions? Come see us or contact us (contact info below)!
Space is limited!! Sign up before it is too late (deadline for sign up Oct 27).
ALL COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS MUST DO THIS!!
The application opened on OCTOBER 1ST!!
The FAFSA is the federal government's student aid program that provides grants. Loans and work study programs for college students. ON
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2016 BHS ALONG WITH NHHEAF
WILL BE HAVING A FINANCIAL AID NIGHT TO SHARE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FAFSA PROCESS
6:30-8PM IN THE BHS CAFETERIA
ALL SENIORS ALONG WITH THEIR PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND