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Welcome to Brunswick High School
The girls soccer quarterfinal playoff game with Messalonskee will be played on Wednesday, October 26th at 5:00 p.m. at home on the Stadium Field.
Admissions at both games is $5 for adults, and $2 for students and senior citizens. No BHS season passes will be accepted. Go Dragons!
Today is Monday, October 24th. It’s a BLACK Day with Class Meetings in the afternoon.
The Brunswick Explorer service to the People Plus/Teen Center downtown starts today! The bus will pick up at BHS daily at 4:00, and it’s just $1 to ride.
Join the stage crew for this year’s performance of The Great Gatsby! There will be a meeting today after school, and we will begin rehearsing Tuesday, October 29th. To join Stage Crew, please sign up outside Mr. Wilson’s office.
The BHS Players are also seeking volunteers to help with moving furniture for the set of their upcoming show The Great Gatsby. Volunteers are needed today at 3:00 to pick up furniture, from Fort Andross. Several strong volunteers are needed to help carry the furniture to the elevator, load it onto a truck, and then unload it here at the high school. Volunteers will receive a free ticket to the show! Please see Mr. Wilson or meet at Fort Andross at 3:00 today.
Attention all students auditioning for the District 3 Festival. Today’s bus will now be leaving at 1:50 pm. All students must report to the music room when classes are dismissed for class meetings. You must already be in your audition attire with your $8.00 audition fee and permission slip, or you will not be permitted to get on the bus.
Representatives from the following colleges will be in the Counseling Office this week:
Providence College: today at 9:30 a.m.
Middlebury College: Tuesday at 10:15 a.m.
New England Technical Institute: Tuesday at noon
Stonehill College: Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.
Ursinus College: Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Stop by the Counseling Office to sign up and get a pass if you’re interested in meeting with any of these representatives.
The Civil Rights Team will be meeting right after school today in Room 247! New members are always welcome!
If you love to draw or doodle, paint, make cartoons, collage or sculpt with clay, come to ARTery Tuesday after school in Room 116! All are welcome!
Members of BrainSTEM are required to attend the Monday meeting today at 2:15 in Room 127 for a yearbook photo, so bring your best robotic smile!
There are Yearbook meetings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week after school in Room 135.
The Big B Sweatshirts are going fast! Stop by Room 125 to get yours today or tomorrow! They’re only $25 each, with proceeds helping the sophomore class.
Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is BBQ Rib Sandwich on a Whole Grain Roll, Potato Chips and Steamed Garden Vegetables with a choice of Side Salad or Vegetable, Fruit, and a small Milk or Orange Juice.
A reminder to all club and organization advisors and students: Students, please be sure your advisor has your name on the club roster. Each club is asked to submit a roster and description of the club by November 1st, and a group photo of members for the yearbook by November 8th.
Just a reminder that there will be a BHS Parent & Guardian Forum on Tuesday, October 25th from 6:00pm – 7:00pm in the library classroom. The focus of the conversation will be on how we can help to reduce student anxiety. All parents and guardians are welcome to attend. We hope to see many of you tomorrow evening.
The Board would like your feedback on the idea of having the high school day start later. We are collecting feedback from teachers, staff, students, families and community members. We realize that there are both positives to the idea as well as challenges and we want to be sure to examine all perspectives.
Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey. This will take less than five minutes. Your input is really important so please do take the time to fill this out. Just click on this link to access the questions:
Just a reminder that our first Parent/Guardian Forum has been rescheduled. The Forum will now take place on Tuesday, October 25th at 6:00pm. The focus of the discussion will be on how we can help students to reduce their stress level. All parents and guardians are welcome to attend.
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.
Click for Order Form!
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.
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.