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Announcements 6/23

Today is Friday, June 23rd, and it’s a Final Exams BLACK Day.

General Announcements:
Want to practice your Spanish while making a new friend from Spain?  Don’t know any Spanish, but would love to share our culture and learn about theirs?  Five students from Spain are in need of homestay families here in Brunswick for one month in July. The students will be busy all day in their programmed activities, so hosting is easy! Please consider this opportunity to positively impact the life of a teenager from Spain, as well as enrich your own.  See Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson for details.

Each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families. Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson.

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Announcements 6/22

​Today is Thursday, June 22nd, and it’s a Final Exams ORANGE Day.

General Announcements:

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Students taking AP Statistics: Please see Ms. Groves for the Summer Assignment.

Students taking AP Language and Composition next year should see Mrs. Shields in Room 252 or Ms. Francis-Taylor in Room 254 to get their summer reading assignment.

Attention all students taking AP American History next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for textbooks and the summer assignment.

Attention all students taking Honors Humanities next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for your summer assignment.

If you are taking Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology next year with Mrs. King, please pick up your summer reading from Ms. Paquin in Room 226. If you are taking the semester Human Anatomy class there is no summer reading.

Want to practice your Spanish while making a new friend from Spain?  Don’t know any Spanish, but would love to share our culture and learn about theirs?  Five students from Spain are in need of homestay families here in Brunswick for one month in July.The students will be busy all day in their programmed activities, so hosting is easy! Please consider this opportunity to positively impact the life of a teenager from Spain, as well as enrich your own.  See Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson for details.

Each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families.  Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtjTtXHAQ

Looking for a place to hang out with friends this summer? The Brunswick Area Teen Center has free membership, fun things to do, free wi-fi, food and it’s air conditioned!  The summer schedule begins June 27th, and the program will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-5 p.m. The Teen Center is located at 35 Union Street, downtown Brunswick.  Continue reading

Announcements 6/21

Today is Wednesday, June 21st, and it’s a Final Exams BLACK Day.

General Announcements:

Click for the Final Exam Schedule!

Students taking AP Statistics: Please see Ms. Groves for the Summer Assignment.

Students taking AP Language and Composition next year should see Mrs. Shields in Room 252 or Ms. Francis-Taylor in Room 254 to get their summer reading assignment.

Attention all students taking AP American History next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for textbooks and the summer assignment.

Attention all students taking Honors Humanities next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for your summer assignment.

If you are taking Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology next year with Mrs. King, please pick up your summer reading from Ms. Paquin in Room 226. If you are taking the semester Human Anatomy class there is no summer reading.

Want to practice your Spanish while making a new friend from Spain?  Don’t know any Spanish, but would love to share our culture and learn about theirs?  Five students from Spain are in need of homestay families here in Brunswick for one month in July.The students will be busy all day in their programmed activities, so hosting is easy! Please consider this opportunity to positively impact the life of a teenager from Spain, as well as enrich your own.  See Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson for details.

Each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families.  Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtjTtXHAQ

Looking for a place to hang out with friends this summer? The Brunswick Area Teen Center has free membership, fun things to do, free wi-fi, food and it’s air conditioned!  The summer schedule begins June 27th, and the program will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-5 p.m. The Teen Center is located at 35 Union Street, downtown Brunswick.  Continue reading

Announcements 6/20

Today is Tuesday, June 20th, and it’s a Final Exams ORANGE Day.

General Announcements:

Click for the Final Exam Schedule!

Students taking AP Statistics: Please see Ms. Groves for the Summer Assignment.

Students taking AP Language and Composition next year should see Mrs. Shields in Room 252 or Ms. Francis-Taylor in Room 254 to get their summer reading assignment.

Attention all students taking AP American History next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for textbooks and the summer assignment.

Attention all students taking Honors Humanities next year: Please stop by Room 211, and see Mr. Flanagan for your summer assignment.

If you are taking Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology next year with Mrs. King, please pick up your summer reading from Ms. Paquin in Room 226. If you are taking the semester Human Anatomy class there is no summer reading.

Want to practice your Spanish while making a new friend from Spain?  Don’t know any Spanish, but would love to share our culture and learn about theirs?  Five students from Spain are in need of homestay families here in Brunswick for one month in July.The students will be busy all day in their programmed activities, so hosting is easy! Please consider this opportunity to positively impact the life of a teenager from Spain, as well as enrich your own.  See Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson for details.

Each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families.  Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtjTtXHAQ

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Announcements 6/19

Today is Monday, June 19th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

General Announcements:

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Congratulations to Coach Glover and our 16-0 Boys Lacrosse Class A State Champions for their exciting 18-17 win in overtime against Scarborough on Saturday night! This is the team’s second state championship in three years. Josh Dorr scored five goals, including the tying goal with 10 seconds left in regulation play, and the game winning goal with 2:47 left in overtime. Aiden Glover scored four goals, and Christian Glover and Max Gramins each scored three goals. Andrew Eno added two goals and Henry Doherty also scored. We’re proud of you Dragons!

Today, the First Five had its last live broadcast of announcements for the year. A big thank you from Mrs. Jerome to Julia Crooker, Gaby Diaz, Julianna Gamage, and Lukas Umbriaco for their dedication in keeping everyone informed with the First Five! Here is a look back at the Broadcasting Club, and various groups making PSAs and class projects in the BHS Studio with the annual Studio Blooper Reel!

Students taking AP Statistics: please see Ms. Groves for the Summer Assignment.

Students taking AP Language and Composition next year should see Mrs. Shields in Room 252 or Ms. Francis-Taylor in Room 254 to get their summer reading assignment.

If you are taking Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology next year with Mrs. King, please pick up your summer reading from Ms. Paquin in Room 226. If you are taking the semester Human Anatomy class there is no summer reading.

Want to practice your Spanish while making a new friend from Spain?  Don’t know any Spanish, but would love to share our culture and learn about theirs?  Five students from Spain are in need of homestay families here in Brunswick for one month in July.The students will be busy all day in their programmed activities, so hosting is easy! Please consider this opportunity to positively impact the life of a teenager from Spain, as well as enrich your own.  See Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson for details.

Also, each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families. Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtjTtXHAQ Continue reading

Announcements 6/16

Today is Friday, June 16th, and it’s an ORANGE Day.

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Come out Saturday night to cheer on the undefeated Boys Lacrosse team in the Class A State Championship game against Scarborough at 6:00 p.m. at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland! Wear your Orange…be Loud and Proud! Go Dragons!

Congratulations to Junior Galen Gaze for winning the Dragon Spirit Yearbook Cover Design contest! Galen’s fantastic art will be featured on the 2018 yearbook cover.

If you are taking Honors Human Anatomy and Physiology next year with Mrs. King, please pick up your summer reading from Ms. Paquin in Room 226. If you are taking the semester Human Anatomy class there is no summer reading.

The Pride team wanted to thank all of the allies and friends who signed a pledge to work toward making our school supportive and safe for all students. Each of the people who signed the pledge is represented by a link in the rainbow chain hung above the front stairs. Thank you!

Looking for a place to hang out with friends this summer? The Brunswick Area Teen Center has free membership, fun things to do, free wi-fi, food and it’s air conditioned!  Summer schedule begins June 27th and the program will be open during the summer on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1-5 p.m.  Located at 35 Union Street, downtown Brunswick.

There will be a final Yearbook meeting this coming Monday after school in Room 135 to cover summer layout designs. New members are welcome. Continue reading

Announcements 6/15

Today is Thursday, June 15th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

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Congratulations to the Brunswick Boys Lacrosse team for clinching the Northern Maine Regional Championship, and an appearance in this year’s State Championship game on Saturday! The Dragons had a hard fought battle vs. the Lewiston Blue Devils, and prevailed by a score of 14-8 to earn its current 15-0 record. The defense of Sullivan Boyd, Gabe Palizay, Anthony Langella, Christian Glover, Owen Sturgeon, and Jared Hummer were stupendous! The face off crew of Christian Jensen and Max Burtis did an incredible job at getting our Dragons key possessions. Then, the offensive unit of Andrew Eno, Max Gramins, Aiden Glover, Josh Dorr, Ben Palizay, Henry Doherty, and Aaron Carlton just went to work with skilled passing and dodging to total 14 goals. The team’s scoring on offense was completed by Aiden Glover with 5 goals and 3 assists, Max Gramins with 4 goals 1 assist, Christian Glover with 1 goal and 3 assists, Ben Palizay with 1 goal 2 assist, Andrew Eno with 1 goal 1 assist, and Josh Dorr and Henry Doherty each adding 1 goal.

The undefeated Boys Varsity Lacrosse team’s next challenge is this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at Fitzpatrick Stadium in the 2017 Class A Boys Lacrosse State Championship Game vs. Scarborough Red Storm! Come on out to the game…wear ORANGE…BE LOUD AND PROUD! Go Dragons!

General Announcements:

Each year, Brunswick High School is privileged to have several international students attending from all around the world. These students enrich our school community by creating a more diverse student body and sharing their culture with us. Host families are vital in order for this to be possible. Right now, there are several international students waiting to be placed at BHS for the 2017-2018 school year, but they are in need of host families.  Please consider this opportunity. You can see the many student profiles by visiting the International Programs link on the BHS web page or by seeing Mrs. Mason or Mr. Wilson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2TtjTtXHAQ

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is is BBQ Pork Riblet Sandwiches and Green Beans

There will be a final Yearbook meeting on Monday, June 19th, after school in Room 135 to cover summer layout designs. New members are welcome.

There are still Dragon Spirit 2017 Yearbooks available for sale. Please see Mrs. Driscoll if you would like to purchase one. The cost is $70.00 and checks may be made payable to BHS Yearbook.

Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program will be serving free, healthy lunches at two locations this summer. Anyone age 18 or under can stop by Curtis Memorial Library or Perryman Village from noon to 1:00 Monday through Friday starting on June 26th. There will also be activities and games available, and space to relax with your friends.

The Computer Proficiency opt-out test will be given during final exam week on Wednesday, June 21st and Thursday, June 22nd from 12:15 to 1:45 in Room 141. Space is limited. See Mrs. Bartley-Wing to sign up for the exam.​

Sports Announcements:

There will be a meeting on Monday, June 19th, for all interested in playing Football. The meeting will take place at 2:15 in the Multi-purpose Room.

The end of season Track and Field Pizza Party and Awards will be held today at 3:30 in the Cafeteria.

There will be a mandatory meeting for the Boys Hockey team immediately after school on Friday, June 16th, in Room 217.

Any student athlete with equipment borrowed from Mr. Crane, including items such as crutches, wraps, foam rollers, braces, etc., should return it by the end of the week.

JV Tennis players need to return their uniforms to Coach Kunhardt by this Friday.

Volunteer, Community & Work Opportunities:

Mr. Wilson has job applications for Mid Coast Senior Health Center positions consisting of wait staff, food & nutrition aide and utility aide…first come first served.

Mr. Wilson has a job posting for Goodwin’s Chevrolet in Brunswick for a part-time job 3 to 4 hours a day, including possible Saturdays, answering phones and filing. See Mr. Wilson for more information.

BHS volunteers are needed to help mentor kindergarten age students at Cub Camp. Cub Camp will be held at Coffin School Mondays through Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. this summer. They know that students are busy with sports and other things so they are flexible with hours. Please see Mr. Wilson to sign up to be a mentor at Cub Camp.

The Maine College of Art is offering an exciting pre-college summer program this year and has a small number of seats left for the following art and music courses:

Children’s Book Illustration

Comics + Graphic Novels

Commercial Illustration

Fashion and Textile Design

Music: Composition + Collaboration

Photography: Black + White Darkroom

Woodworking + Furniture Design

Interested students should apply to the program online at https://www.meca.edu/academics/pre-college/apply/. Please see an Art teacher for more details.

 

Announcements 6/14

Today is Wednesday, June 14th, and it’s an ORANGE Day.

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Come out and cheer on the Boys Varsity Lacrosse team as they host Lewiston in the Class A Northern Maine Regional Championship tonight at 6:00 p.m. Go Dragons!

Today’s Junior Class Meeting at 9:20 in Crooker is for 3-4 classes that consist entirely of juniors. Teachers with mixed groups will conduct class as usual.

Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program will be serving free, healthy lunches at two locations this summer. Anyone age 18 or under can stop by Curtis Memorial Library or Perryman Village from noon to 1:00 Monday through Friday starting on June 26th. There will also be activities and games available, and space to relax with your friends.

Members of the National Art Honor Society are asked to see Mrs. Driscoll today to pick a time to paint on the Cook’s Corner Mall mural. The times are today from 3:30 to 5:00 or Thursday from 2:30 to 4:00.

The Computer Proficiency opt-out test will be given during final exam week on Wednesday, June 21st and Thursday, June 22nd from 12:15 to 1:45 in Room 141. Space is limited. See Mrs. Bartley-Wing to sign up for the exam.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Blueberry Pancakes, Sausage Links and Home Fries. Continue reading

Announcements 6/13

Today is Tuesday, June 13th, and it’s a BLACK Day.

General Announcements:

Students going on the Coastal Maine Botanical Garden field trip today should meet in Room 114 at 8:45 to pick up drawing boards before boarding the bus.​

The Computer Proficiency opt-out test will be given during final exam week on Wednesday, June 21st and Thursday, June 22nd from 12:15 to 1:45 in Room 141. Space is limited. See Mrs. Bartley-Wing to sign up for the exam.

There will be a Junior class meeting in Crooker this Wednesday, June 14th, at 9:15 a.m.

Sophomore t-shirt orders are in. See Mrs. Libby to get yours!

There are still Dragon Spirit 2017 Yearbooks available for sale. Please see Mrs. Driscoll if you would like to purchase one. The cost is $70.00 and checks may be made payable to BHS Yearbook.

Today’s Dragon Special in the Cafeteria is Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Whole Grain Noodles and an Egg Roll.

Announcements for Clubs and Activities:

A reminder to National Honor Society members: the last meeting of the year will be held today directly after school in Room 223.

There will be a final yearbook meeting on Monday, June 19th, after school in Room 135 to cover summer layout designs.  New members are welcome.

Sports Announcements:

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