Attention Students and Parents—please be aware of the following school counselor assignments based on your students last name:
A-E will have Mr. Halmo
F-ME will have Mr. Bradley
Mi-Z will have Mrs. Ring
Students attending Voc Region 10 or Union School will be assigned to Mrs. Moore”.
The visiting team has completed the BHS NEASC report, which includes an overview for each committee, commendations and recommendations for moving forward. Just a reminder that we will hear back in October regarding our NEASC status because the official review of the document will take place during the NEASC fall meeting. Click for the NEASC report.
Thank you to everyone who took part in the NEASC accreditation process. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Shanna Crofton or Jim Flanagan at BHS.
Prerequisite: Academic Geometry
This course is designed for high school students who wish to advance in math and who have completed Academic Geometry with an 80% or better. This will allow more students the opportunity to take Calculus their senior year.
The content of this course will mirror the Academic Algebra II currently offered during the traditional school year. This course is a study of functions. Emphasized are the four phases of studying a class of functions: definition, graphs, properties and mathematical models. Topics covered include: linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, rational algebraic, irrational algebraic, and higher-degree polynomials. There will be a heavy emphasis on the use of graphing calculators.
This class will meet from 1- 4pm, on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, for seven weeks (June 25 to August 7).
Cost: $400 (minimum of 8 students to run the class).
Dates: Deadline for registration is April 15th;
Payment due May 15th paid to BHS at the BHS main office.
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For more information, contact Paula Groves at email@example.com
The Brunswick Community Education Foundation has just received its first round of grant applications, and will soon be distributing money for education
programs in Brunswick schools.
The foundation is an independent organization dedicated to supporting all K-12 students in Brunswick public schools.
“BCEF’s mission is to provide an extra measure of support that can encourage creative spirit and bold experimentation in all of our schools,” according to
the foundation’s website. Click for full Times Record story!
BCEF Website – http://www.brunswickcef.org/