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Announcements 3/24

Today is Friday, March 24th. It’s a BLACK Day

Don’t miss the hottest ticket in town! BHS Players’ spring musical Les Misérables is being performed Friday and Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. with a matinee at 2:00 on Saturday. Don’t miss this epic and uplifting show! Les Misérables School Edition packs an emotional wallop that has thrilled audiences all over the world. Tickets are $15 for Adults and $12 for Seniors/Students, and may be purchased online at www.our.show/bhsplayers/lesmis or at the door.

BHS Music is holding its annual Mattress Sale Fundraiser this Saturday, March 25th, at the BJHS gym. Every purchase will benefit the BHS music department. All sizes available; name brand; adjustable bed, firm, pillow-top, orthopedic, latex, gel, and memory foam; brand new with full factory warranties! Come try them all! Severely discounted prices start at $259/$279/$299/$499; cash, check, credit card, and layaway. Delivery is approximately 2 weeks after the event. Get a coupon for free delivery and set up with mattress set purchase from any BHS music student.

Were you one of the 47 students who took the Practice SAT this past Wednesday? If so, then your answer sheet and score is ready for pick up in Mrs. Dolan’s room.  Swing in between classes and see how you did! And thanks for playing!

Pride students attending the Junior High GSA this afternoon please see Mr. Arcand by the end of the day.

Girls Lacrosse players: Two Reminders: First pick up your practice and game schedules outside Rom 109. Second, see Mrs. Maines to transfer your paperwork.

The deadline for Course Registration is Monday, March 27th. Please be sure to get teacher and parent signatures and turn in your course sign-up sheet to the Counseling Office by the end of school on Monday.

A representative from University of Prince Edward Island will be in the Counseling Office on Friday, April 7th, at 9:30 a.m.

A representative from CMCC (Central Maine Community College) will be in the Counseling Office on Thursday, March 30th, at 9 a.m.

A representative from St. Thomas University in New Brunswick, Canada, will be in the counseling office on Thursday, April 6th at 9:15 a.m.Visit the Counseling Office to sign up and get a pass if you would like to meet with any of these college representatives.

Scarborough High School is hosting a Consider Canada Canadian University fair on April 6th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Fifteen Canadian universities will be represented.

Girls Who Code will begin weekly meetings next week. There are two options for these weekly meeting times: Tuesdays after school from 2:10 to 3:10 and/or Wednesdays in the morning from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Both meetings will be run by Computer Science majors from Bowdoin College, so this is a great opportunity to learn to code. See Mrs. Dolan in Room 102 today to sign up!

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Chicken Pot Pie, a Whole Grain Breadstick and Steamed Peas.

Boys and Girls Varsity Tennis tryouts are at Maine Pines from 2:30 to 4:00 next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Please see Coach Kunhardt if you are not already signed up. Boys and Girls JV tennis will start on April 4th from 3 to 4 at Maine Pines. Please see Coach Kunhardt if you have not already signed up.

People Plus Music in April fundraising gala and dinner needs volunteers. The event takes place on Thursday, April 6th, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Volunteers are needed with the buffet dinner service and plate removal. Modest dress, including black on the bottom and white on top, and flat shoes is required. Students will need to be there around 4. See Mr. Wilson to sign up.

Brunswick High is again partnering with Access Health and Mid Coast Hospital to provide Youth Mental Health First Aid training. Students get community service credit for this 8 hour program that will be presented by certified trainers from NAMI Maine. Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens, how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who may be experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. If interested, see Mr. Wilson to sign up. A future date before the end of the school year will be arranged for training.​

 

Announcements 3/23

Today is Thursday, March 23rd, and it’s a modified schedule ORANGE Day with Class Meetings at the end of the day.

Tonight is Opening Night for the BHS Players’ spring musical Les Misérables! Don’t miss this epic and uplifting show! Les Misérables School Edition packs an emotional wallop that has thrilled audiences all over the world. Shows are at 7:00 p.m. on March 23rd, 24th, and 25th, with a matinee on Saturday, March 25th. Tickets are $15 for Adults and $12 for Seniors/Students, and may be purchased online at www.our.show/bhsplayers/lesmis or at the door.

Here are Class Meeting locations:
Freshmen are in the Cafeteria. Please bring your course selection book, form, and a pen.
Sophomores and Juniors are in Crooker (sophomores are in the upper section and Juniors are in the lower section of Crooker Theater).
The senior class meeting will be held in the Gym.

Be sure to go to homerooms first, and drop off your things before going to these locations. Also, please remember to remain with your homeroom teacher and group, and sit with your homeroom teacher and group.

Sophomore officers: Please see Mrs. Libby before your meeting today.

The deadline for Course Registration for next year is Monday, March 27th. Please be sure to get teacher and parent signatures and turn in your course sign-up sheet to the Counseling Office by the end of school on Monday.

A representative from University of Prince Edward Island will be in the Counseling Office on Friday, April 7th, at 9:30 a.m.

A representative from CMCC (Central Maine Community College) will be in the Counseling Office on Thursday, March 30th, at 9 a.m.

A representative from St. Thomas University in New Brunswick, Canada, will be in the counseling office on Thursday, April 6th at 9:15 a.m.Visit the Counseling Office to sign up and get a pass if you would like to meet with any of these college representatives.

Scarborough High School is hosting a Consider Canada Canadian University fair on April 6th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Fifteen Canadian universities will be represented.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Whole Grain Pancakes, Sausage Links and Hash Brown Potatoes.

Permission slips for the Science Olympiad Competition are due to Mrs. Fortier by the end of the day today.  Practice is tomorrow after school and will be the last chance to finalize supplies. If you will not be there, see Mrs. Fortier during snack break today.

High School students and parents are welcome to attend an Admissions Open House today to learn more about the University of Maine at Augusta and the University College programs. The Open House will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the University College Bath/Brunswick, Orion Hall at 12 Sewall Street, located on SMCC’s midcoast campus at Brunswick Landing. Join admissions representatives, faculty and advising staff to learn about local and online opportunities to start or continue your education. Information on degree completion scholarships and certificate programs will be included. Continue reading

Announcements 3/22

Today is Wednesday, March 22nd, and it’s a BLACK Early Release Day.

Tomorrow is Opening Night for the BHS Players’ spring musical Les Misérables! Don’t miss this epic and uplifting show! Les Misérables School Edition packs an emotional wallop that has thrilled audiences all over the world. Shows are at 7:00 p.m. on March 23rd, 24th, and 25th, with a matinee on Saturday, March 25th. Tickets are $15 for Adults and $12 for Seniors/Students, and may be purchased online at www.our.show/bhsplayers/lesmis or at the door.

There will be a very short National Honor Society meeting today after school at 12:00. Juniors do NOT need to attend but need to drop off their papers to Mrs. Dumont. Seniors need to be there to finish planning for Induction.

High School students and parents are welcome to attend an Admissions Open House this Thursday to learn more about the University of Maine at Augusta and the University College programs. The Open House will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the University College Bath/Brunswick, Orion Hall at 12 Sewall Street, located on SMCC’s midcoast campus at Brunswick Landing. Join admissions representatives, faculty and advising staff to learn about local and online opportunities to start or continue your education. Information on degree completion scholarships and certificate programs will be included.

Attention all girls basketball players: A reminder that the basketball banquet is today at 6:30 p.m. at Big Top Deli. It is a pot luck dinner and each player should bring a dish. See Coach Farrell with questions.

Science Olympiad Team members: your permission slip for the competition needs to be returned to Mrs. Fortier by Thursday. Remember that you are practicing right after school gets out for early release today, as well as on Friday this week.

Girls Who Code will begin weekly meetings next week. There are two options for these weekly meeting times: Tuesdays after school from 2:10 to 3:10 and/or Wednesdays in the morning from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Both meetings will be run by Computer Science majors from Bowdoin, so this is a great opportunity to learn to code. Stop by Mrs. Dolan’s room  any day this week to sign up. Come join the fun in Room 102!

All sophomores: You have a scheduled fund raising event at the BIW gates this Friday morning. Students need only to wear your orange and black school spirit clothing and stand at an assigned gate with others to collect donations. No talking is a requirement. Please see Mr. Wilson or Mrs. Libby as soon as possible to sign up and receive the details.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Shepherd’s Pie, a Whole Grain Dinner Roll and Roasted Brussel Sprouts.

Seniors: there will be a prom meeting in Room 135 at 7:20 a.m. tomorrow morning. Continue reading

Announcements 3/21

Today is Tuesday, March 21st, and It’s an ORANGE Day.

Help support your BHS cheerleaders! If you order pick-up or take-out from Papa John’s Pizza today, use the code “TMT2662CHEER” and BHS cheerleaders will receive 20% of the sales!

High School students and parents are welcome to attend an Admissions Open House this Thursday to learn more about the University of Maine at Augusta and the University College programs. The Open House will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the University College Bath/Brunswick, Orion Hall at 12 Sewall Street, located on SMCC’s midcoast campus at Brunswick Landing. Join admissions representatives, faculty and advising staff to learn about local and online opportunities to start or continue your education. Information on degree completion scholarships and certificate programs will be included.

Attention all girls basketball players: A reminder that the basketball banquet is this Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. at Big Top Deli. It is a pot luck dinner, and each player should bring a dish. See Coach Farrell with questions.

All Science Olympiad Team members who didn’t stop by and get a permission slip for the competition from Mrs. Fortier, need to do so TODAY. The slips will need to be returned to Mrs. Fortier by Thursday. Remember that we are practicing right after school gets out for early release on Wednesday, as well as on Friday this week.

Girls Who Code will begin weekly meetings next week. There are two options for these weekly meeting times: Tuesdays after school from 2:10 to 3:10 and/or Wednesdays in the morning from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Both meetings will be run by Computer Science majors from Bowdoin, so this is a great opportunity to learn to code. Stop by Mrs. Dolan’s room  any day this week to sign up. Come join the fun in Room 102!

All sophomores, you have a scheduled fund raising event at the BIW gates this Friday morning.  Students need only to wear your orange and black school spirit clothing and stand at an assigned gate with others to collect donations. No talking is a requirement. Please see Mr. Wilson or Mrs. Libby as soon as possible to sign up and receive the details.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, a Whole Grain Breadstick and Cole Slaw.

Attention Bowl for Kids’ Sake team captains and members: Due to a record breaking number of BHS teams, the date for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Galactica bowling extravaganza has been moved from Friday, March 31st, to Saturday night, April 1st, so BHS can have its own bowling alley to accommodate the over 23 registered BHS teams! If you​ can’t make Saturday, you can still bowl on Friday night. See Mr. Wilson, Hannah Day, or Grayson Jones with any questions or concerns. Continue reading

Announcements 3/20

Today is Monday, March 20th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

High School students and parents are welcome to attend an Admissions Open House this Thursday to learn more about the University of Maine at Augusta and the University College programs. The Open House will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the University College Bath/Brunswick, Orion Hall at 12 Sewall Street, located on SMCC’s midcoast campus at Brunswick Landing. Join admissions representatives, faculty and advising staff to learn about local and online opportunities to start or continue your education.  Information on degree completion scholarships and certificate programs will be included.

All sophomores, you have a scheduled fund raising event at the BIW gates this Friday morning.  Students need only to wear your orange and black school spirit clothing and stand at an assigned gate with others to collect donations. No talking is a requirement. Please see Mr. Wilson or Mrs. Libby as soon as possible to sign up and receive the details.
Attention Bowl for Kids’ Sake team captains and members: Due to a record breaking number of BHS teams, the date for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Galactica bowling extravaganza has been moved from Friday, March 31st, to Saturday night, April 1st, so BHS can have its own bowling alley to accommodate the over 23 registered BHS teams! If you​ can’t make Saturday, you can still bowl on Friday night. See Mr. Wilson, Hannah Day, or Grayson Jones with any questions or concerns.

Girls Who Code will begin weekly meetings next week. There are two options for these weekly meeting times: Tuesdays after school from 2:10 to 3:10 and/or Wednesdays in the morning from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Both meetings will be run by Computer Science majors from Bowdoin, so this is a great opportunity to learn to code. Stop by Mrs. Dolan’s room  any day this week to sign up. Come join the fun in Room 102!

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Beef and Bean Nachos with all the Fixings.

The following sophomores need to meet briefly with Anna Kousky outside the Main Office during snack break on Tuesday: Ian Fochesato, Ania Johnston,  Hannah Perreault, Charlotte Macmillan, Jenna Brooks, Matthew Yost, Ben Donsbach, Maggie Folsom, Logan Holt, Chris Tucker, and Daniel Lyons.
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Letter from Superintendent: MEA Testing Information

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Letter from the Superintendent

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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.