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Announcements 4/29

Today is Friday, April 29th and it’s an ORANGE DAY.

Make-up time is available this Saturday from 8:00 to 12:00 in Room 214. Interested students must stop by the Main Office to sign up and pick up the correct paperwork. The paperwork must be filled out by a classroom teacher, and the time and work to be made up needs to be listed on it.

Mr. Wilson is looking for student volunteers for today’s Track Meet starting at 3:00 for the officials meeting. The Track Meet should be done by 6:30.

Learning Land Nursery School is looking for face painters and volunteers to run games and help with clean-up today from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. This is a great opportunity to earn community service hours while having fun! See Mr. Wilson to sign up.

Staff and students are reminded that they can participate in our Class of 2018 Tupperware fundraising campaign through next Thursday, May 5th. Orders can be placed directly through the following online link:

http://www.tupperware.com/?fundraiser=5701bf97172f92ea0d69be2a

Thank you for your support! Students selling with paper copies, please turn in your orders to Mrs. Libby or a class officer.

If you missed the Pre-administration session for the AP exams, Mrs. Bartley-Wing is holding additional sessions after school today and Monday at 2:30 in Room 124. Please bring a #2 pencil.

Today’s Dragon Value Meal in the Cafeteria is Monte Cristo Sandwich on Whole Wheat, Veggie Sticks with Hummus and Blueberry Crisp with a choice of Fruit, Vegetable or Side Salad. Continue reading

Announcements 4/28

Today is Thursday, April 28th and it’s a BLACK DAY.

Students from the Bowdoin College Women’s Soccer team will be at BHS today to sign up interested students for the Bowdoin College 3v3 Grassroots Soccer Tournament! Grassroots is an adolescence health organization that uses the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and mobilize youth in developing countries such as Africa and South America, and to help them overcome health challenges such as HIV and AIDS and to live healthier and more productive lives. Grassroots can help us turn the tide against HIV and AIDS using the universal language of soccer. Help with the fight against these diseases. Teams can have up to 5 people and it is $5 per person. The tournament is May 7th starting at 1 p.m. There will be free food, free drinks, and prizes! Come out for a fun day of soccer and help to change some lives right here at Pickard Field!

April is National Poetry Month and today the district is celebrating “National Poem in your Pocket Day”! Every April, on Poem in Your Pocket Day, people celebrate by selecting a poem, carrying it with them, and sharing it with others throughout the day. Celebrate “National Poem in Your Pocket Day” today by picking a poem from one of the denim pockets located outside the Cafeteria. Carry the poem with you to read, be inspired by, or share with a friend.

If you missed yesterday’s Pre-administration session for the AP exams, Mrs. Bartley-Wing is holding additional sessions after school tomorrow, Friday the 29th and Monday, May 2nd and 2:30 in Room 124. Please bring a #2 pencil.

There is an exciting Brunswick High School-sponsored trip to Cuba planned for 9 days during February 2017. See Mrs. Mason or Mrs. Nulle for more information about this opportunity for Spanish students with openings for 12 students!

Make-up time is now available on Saturdays from 8:00 to 12:00 in Room 214. Interested students must stop by the Main Office to sign up and pick up the correct paperwork. The paperwork must be filled out by a classroom teacher, and the time and work to be made up needs to be listed on it.

Today’s Dragon Value Meal in the Cafeteria is Sweet and Sour Pork Stir Fry, Steamed Brown Rice and Caesar Salad Cup with a choice of Fruit, Vegetable or Side Salad. Continue reading

Announcements 4/27

Today is Wednesday, April 27th and it’s an ORANGE DAY.

Today’s JV Baseball and Softball games have been postponed to 5/19 due to field conditions.

Today’s Boys Lacrosse games with Lewiston have been postponed to THURSDAY because of the poor field conditions.

The Brunswick-Area Teen Center Scoop-a-Thon is taking place today from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Gelato Fiasco in Brunswick! The Gelato Fiasco will donate all sales beyond the seasonal daily average to the Brunswick-Area Teen Center in this Scoop-a-Thon! To participate, simply buy a dish of gelato or cup of coffee at regular prices. More than 1,000 people attend or volunteer each year in this eighth-annual event. Celebrity scoopers from BHS will be Mr. Gagnon, Mr. Boucher, Mr. Farrell and Mr. Hanson scooping between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Don’t miss it!

Attention all members of Chamber Choir: A reminder that you will be singing at the Scoop-A-Thon at Gelato Fiasco today from 5:00 to 5:30. Everyone should arrive at the tent in front of Gelato Fiasco at 4:50 with folders and music. All are required to attend unless they have already spoken with Ms. Albert. We will sing from 5 to 5:30, and the a cappella groups will perform from 5:30 to 6:00 pm. See you all there!

Due to yesterday’s cancellations, the Pre-administration session for students taking AP exams in May will be held today at 2:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room. All students who have registered for the exam must attend this pre-administration session. Please bring a #2 pencil. If you are unable to attend today’s session, Mrs. Bartley-Wing will be holding additional sessions after school on the following dates: Friday, April 29th and Monday, May 2nd. Continue reading

Sports Postponements for Wed. 4/27

Today’s boy’s lacrosse games with Lewiston have been postponed to tomorrow because of the poor field conditions.

The JV baseball and softball games with Oxford Hills have been postponed until 5/19.

Announcements 4/26

Today is Tuesday, April 26th and it’s a BLACK DAY.

The Brunswick-Area Teen Center Scoop-a-Thon is taking place tomorrow, April 27th, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Gelato Fiasco Flagship Store in Brunswick! The Gelato Fiasco will donate all sales beyond the seasonal daily average to the Brunswick-Area Teen Center in the eighth annual Scoop-a-Thon! To participate, simply buy a dish of gelato or cup of coffee at regular prices. More than 1,000 people attend or volunteer each year in this eighth-annual event. Celebrity scoopers from BHS will be Mr. Gagnon, Mr. Boucher, Mr. Farrell and Mr. Hanson between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Don’t miss it!

All juniors should be in testing rooms at this time in Rooms 201 to 224. Testing for those students will begin shortly. All other students will continue classes as usual with some room changes. If you have questions please check with the Main Office, the Counseling Office or the Library.

Make-up time is now available on Saturdays from 8:00 to 12:00, in Room 214. Interested students must stop by the Main Office to sign up and pick up the correct paperwork. The paperwork must be filled out by a classroom teacher, and the time and work to be made up needs to be listed on it.

Did you know there will be a Brunswick High School-sponsored trip to Cuba for 9 days during February 2017?! See Mrs. Mason or Mrs. Nulle for more information about this exciting trip with openings for 12 Spanish students! Continue reading

Announcements 4/25

Today is Monday, April 25th and it’s an ORANGE DAY.

There will be a Brunswick High School-sponsored trip to Cuba for 9 days during February 2017! See Mrs. Mason or Mrs. Nulle for more information about this exciting trip that has openings for 12 Spanish students.

A reminder to all juniors and 3rd year students: You will be taking the Science Assessment tomorrow, Tuesday April 26th. Morning Region #10 students will remain at the high school on Tuesday. Please report to your assigned classroom at the bell. Check-in and attendance will take place in those classrooms. Check outside Rooms 201 to 224 for your assigned room. Testing should begin at 7:50 and should be completed by the end of Period 3/4. Please check with the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

Attention AP students who have registered for the AP exams in May: The Pre-administration session will be held on April 26th at 2:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room. All students who have registered for the exam must attend this pre-administration session. Please bring a #2 pencil. Please see Mrs. Bartley-Wing if you have a conflict.

Don’t miss the Brunswick-Area Teen Center Scoop-a-Thon taking place this Wednesday, April 27, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Gelato Fiasco Flagship Store in Brunswick! The Gelato Fiasco will donate all sales beyond the seasonal daily average to the Brunswick-Area Teen Center in the eighth annual Scoop-a-Thon! To participate, simply buy a dish of gelato or cup of coffee at regular prices. More than 1,000 people attend or volunteer each year in this eighth-annual event. Celebrity scoopers from BHS will be Mr. Gagnon, Mr. Boucher, Mr. Farrell and Mr. Hanson!

Seniors: $25.00 for your cap and gown is due to Mrs. Farnsworth in the Main Office. Please stop by the Main Office if you have any questions. Continue reading

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2016 GRADUATION BEAUTIFICATION EVENT!

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We are offering a very large hanging pot of beautiful flowers for the cost of $25.00 each. The hanging pots are placed around Sid Watson Arena to help spruce up the graduation ceremony. Each hanging plant will be marked with your name and available for you to take home, at the end of graduation. What a great way to honor your graduate for all of their hard work, over the last four years. Click for Order Form with Complete Details!