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The Harlem Superstars Basketball Team vs BHS Faculty/Student All-Stars

The Brunswick High School Class of 2017 Presents:
The Harlem Superstars Basketball Team vs The BHS Faculty/Student All-Stars
Monday March 6th, 2017 – 6:30pm – at the Brunswick High School Gymnasium
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Benefit the BHS Class of 2017

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Tickets on sale at Brunswick High School

Advanced Tickets – Students/Adults – $8.00
Tickets at the Door – Students/Adults – $10.00

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Announcements 2/17

Today is Friday, February 17th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

It’s Spirit week! Today is Black and Orange Day, and it’s Winter Carnival today!

In Winter Carnival news, the results of Wednesday’s Class Color Day are in!

In fourth place were the sophomores, with 47% of their class dressed in green.

In third place were the freshmen, with 53% of their class dressed in yellow.

In second place were the juniors, with 58% of their class dressed in red.

And in first place were the seniors, with 64% of their class dressed in blue!

Congratulations and good luck in today’s Winter Carnival competition!

Just a reminder – At the end of today’s abbreviated class schedule students should report directly to their Homerooms to complete a survey. Winter Carnival Activities will follow Homeroom Activities, Lunch and Surveys. There are lots of Winter Carnival activities to choose from this afternoon, including Apples to Apples in Room 242, Acoustic Jam in Room 201, Card Making for the Children’s Hospital in Room 247, Dodgeball in the Gym, Henna Tattoos in Room 236, Movie Trivia in Room 104 and Friendship Bracelet Making in Room 221 and 3_D Printing and Sphero Relay Races in the Library’s Makerspace, The STREAM Lab. Check the hallways for the complete list of Winter Carnival Activities!

The Brunswick Unified basketball team traveled to Oak Hill Wednesday night for their second road game of the season. Brunswick fell behind early but fought to keep the score close in the second half. At the final buzzer, Oak Hill had scored more points than Brunswick. Scoring for Brunswick was Nate Hall with 10 and Andrew DuRoss and Brycen Cardali with 8 points apiece. Tim Humphrey chipped in with 5 points, including a 3 pointer that erupted the crowd on both sides. Amy Jennings canned two buckets and Carlyle Boyle added super sweet swish for 2 points. Coach Baribeau beamed with Dragon pride after the game and remarked, “Our student athletes celebrate good plays on both teams, no matter what the score is. At the end of the night, we can hold our heads high, knowing we tried our best, had fun, and showed our opponents what it means to be a Dragon.” Don’t miss your chance to witness the Unified team in action! The Dragons host Deering today at 4:30. Come out and show your Black and Orange Pride!

Intramurals are coming…Intramurals are coming! That’s right, Dragon Nation, come be a part of the fun starting after vacation on March 1st. The first activity will be volleyball, so get your teams of 5 or 6 together now. Intramurals are open to all students and teachers and staff, and absolutely no experience in playing volleyball is required. Games will be played right after school two days a week. Come and try to beat the faculty All-stars, who are coming off of their incredible win at the Washed-Up Invitational in Las Vegas last week. Extra Points will be given at the start of each match to teams with the best names and costumes and/or uniforms.  To sign up a team or for more information see Coach Roma in the Alumni room. If you would like to play, and don’t have a team, just give Coach Roma your name and you will be placed on a team. Don’t miss out on your chance to make history and have a ton of fun!

The bus for the State Championship Meet will be leaving from behind Brunswick High School at 9:30 on Monday morning. See Coach Dearing if you have any questions. Continue reading

Announcements 2/15

Today is Wednesday, February 15th, and it’s an ORANGE DAY.

It’s Spirit week, with Winter Carnival on Friday!

The winning totals for yesterday’s Twin Day are as follows:
In 4th place, freshmen; in 3rd place, juniors; in 2nd place, seniors; and in 1st place, sophomores!
Spirit Days are as follows:
Today is Class Color Day!
Thursday is Jersday!
Friday is Black & Orange Day!

Show your school spirit…participate in Spirit Days and earn points for your class!

In playoff ice hockey last night, our lady dragons made us proud in their effort against undefeated and defending state champions St. Dom’s.  Marilyn Daniel only allowed 2 goals during the first two periods and Beth Labbe and Jenna Brooks scored to make the game 2 all after two periods.  Defensive play by Anna Webster, Shea Sullivan, Michaela Aschbrenner, and Charlotte Kirk battled their potent offense all night. Also, forwards Colleen Mckearney, Beth Labbe, Rayna Sage, Jenna Brooks, Lydia Ginty, Madeline Berry, and Victoria Stevens played great in all three zones.  And let’s not forget the spirited effort of captain Caroline Headley, Adele Wise, Harriet Peabody, Emma Slocum, and Autumn Thoits. Congratulations on a great season!

The next track practice will be Thursday from 2:45 to 4:00 for the full state championship team.

There will be a Prom Committee meeting on Thursday at 7:20 a.m. in Room 135.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Whole Grain French Toast with Blueberry Syrup and Sausage Links.

Attention all Students: Although the delivery of flowers option has ended, you can still show someone you care by giving them a bundle of flowers available for purchase during all lunches the rest of this week. All proceeds benefit the BHS Outing Club.

The Civil Right’s Group invites ALL students to post any RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS they have experienced on the Bulletin Board in the Cafeteria utilizing the paper that corresponds to your class color. We will be sharing some of these on the morning announcements over the next few weeks. Thanks, in advance, from the Civil Rights Group. Continue reading

Announcements 2/14

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Today is Tuesday, February 14th, and it’s a Delayed Start BLACK Day.

It’s Spirit week, with Winter Carnival on Friday! Spirit Days are as follows:

Today is Twin Day!
Wednesday is Class Color Day!
Thursday is Jersday!
Friday is Black & Orange Day!
Show your school spirit…participate in Spirit Days and earn points for your class!

The Brunswick Dragon swimmers completed their dual meet season Friday night at Lewiston. Jeremy Vuong, Elina Woolever and Ella Tycz all scored wins for the Dragons as they downed the Blue Devils and finished their seasons with 7-2 records. Next up is the State Class A Championship meet at Bowdoin next week.

Last week the Unified Basketball team traveled to Freeport High School for their first game of the season. After trailing by 12 at halftime, the Dragons made timely stops and converted in the final minutes to tie the game at 32 with just a minute to play. Ketty Stinson reeled in a defensive rebound and the team had the ball and a chance to take their first lead. Coach Baribeau called a timeout and set up a play. The Dragons did not disappoint, they executed the play well and Romil Peck-Moad was able to get a lane to the rim. Unfortunately there stood Freeport’s 6 foot 4 in number 300, who held his position and denied the Dragons a good look. Freeport stole the rebound and the teams raced to the other end where, 2-time defending state champion transfer student got a pass and soared in for two points and the decisive bucket. Andrew DuRoss paced the Dragons with10 points. Peck-Moad added 6, while Tim Humphrey, Amy Jennings, Cayman Almodovar, Lukas Umbriaco, Nathanial Hall and Aaron Carlton each contributed in the scoring column.

Keep an eye on the weather; the Dragons are penciled in for their first home game at 3 p.m. on this Thursday. Have a great spirit week everyone and the Unified team sends a special, “Happy Valentine’s Day” to all the mothers out there! Go Dragons!

Chess Club meets today after school in Room 240. All are welcome! Continue reading

February 2017: Orange and Black

Click to see February 2017: The Orange and Black, student newsletter!

BHS February Newsletter

Click for the BHS February 2017 Newsletter!

Letter from the Superintendent

Click for letter from the Superintendent!

Fund-Raising Project – Support Public Education

Superintendent Paul Perzanoski has announced a fund-raising project for the Brunswick School Department. In an effort to raise funds for the development of summer programs for students, the School Department is selling hooded sweatshirts, long-sleeve t-shirts, and t-shirts with the phrase “Support Public Education” on the front and back of the garment. Naturally, the clothes are black with orange lettering, the colors of the Brunswick High School Dragons.

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Order forms are on all school and district websites and social media and also available at the Central office of the district which is Hawthorne School, 46 Federal Street. If you happen to see an older man out on the streets of Brunswick running or walking with the above mentioned garments on, it’s just Mr. Perzanoski supporting the cause.

Please join us in our support of public education.

NEASC Update:

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.