Today is Tuesday, March 11th and it’s an ORANGE DAY!
There are only 9 more days until the opening of the BHS players’ spring musical West Side Story! You can get your tickets from Mrs. Mutty or at the Crooker Theater Box Office after school Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. Last year’s production of Grease sold out so don’t wait! Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Show times are 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 20th, 21st, and 22nd with an additional 2 o’clock matinee on Saturday the 22nd.
Attention seniors: Brunswick Area Student Aid Fund applications are due this Friday, March 14th. Scholarship applications are located in the counseling office or on the BHS homepage and are based on financial need and eligibility. See your counselor with any questions.
Please be aware that there is no school this Friday, March 14, due to a Staff Professional Development Day.
This Wednesday morning, the University of Maine Singers will be performing an open assembly here at BHS. The Singers are the University’s premiere auditioned choir. The ensemble consists of 80 auditioned singers from across campus, and they perform a wide variety of repertoire, from classical to modern. Within the large ensemble, there are also two a cappella groups who will perform: Renaissance and The Maine Steiners. These groups perform their own barbershop style arrangements of more popular music, so there is sure to be something for everybody to enjoy. The assembly will take place during block 3/4 on Wednesday and should last about an hour. All teachers are encouraged to bring their classes! We hope to see you all there!
Attention seniors who don’t yet have thirty hours of community service recorded: You will be getting a phone call and letter home soon indicating that this graduation requirement has yet to be satisfied. Please see Mr. Wilson as soon as possible if you are a senior still needing community service hours.
On Monday, March 17th, the Chair of the Communication and New Media Department at SMCC will be visiting BHS to talk about career opportunities in the field of media production and broadcasting as well as the program at SMCC. Their program includes creating web sites and graphic design for print media, and producing and editing video and scripts for TV, radio and the web. The presentation will take place in the Library classroom at 8:00 a.m. on Monday and is open to all. If you are interested in attending, please pick up a pass in the Library.
Today’s Dragon Special offered in the Cafeteria is Top Your Own Nachos and Mexican Rice or Chef’s Choice both with a Choice of Fruit, Vegetable or Side Salad. Continue reading