Welcome to the Brunswick Junior High

BJHS Summer Main Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The BSD Central Office will be closing at 4:00 p.m. for the Summer – Beginning Monday, June 29th and ending Friday, August 21st.

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District Lawsuit

An Important Letter to the Brunswick Community from the Superintendent. To view letter, click HERE.

Lost and Found/Yearbooks

Today will be the last day to check for your items in our lost and found.  All items will be donated on Monday, July 6th.

We also still have a few BJHS yearbooks left, $30, first come, first served in the main office.

Announcements 6/23

This will be the last posted announcements for the school year.  Please enjoy your summer!!

If you and/or your child are missing a coat, jacket, sweatshirt, hat, lunch box, water bottle, sleeping bag, back pack, house key, phone case, watch, eye glasses, etc. please come and check out our lost and found.  Everything will be donated on July 6th

The fourth annual Movies in the Park – a series of free film screenings taking place in Brunswick’s Nathaniel Davis Park in June, July and August – movies start at dusk (approx. 8:30. On Thursday July 16 The Amazing Spiderman 2 will be shown and on Thursday August 20 Big Hero 6. Rain dates for each screening are on the following Sundays (June 21, July 19 and August 23). Concessions will offer fresh baked goods, popcorn, snacks and drinks; picnicking is encouraged. The entrance to Davis Park is on Pleasant Street, next to Tess’ Market. Free parking is available in the lot at Atlantic Regional Federal Credit Union on Cushing Street. “Movies in the Park” is a collaboration between the NorthWest Brunswick Neighborhood Association and the Brunswick Parks & Recreation Department. FMI: www.HistoricNorthwestBrunswick.com

The band and chorus students attending Funtown: The bus leaves at 10:00AM and returns at 4:00PM. If the weather is bad, please check the band website to see if the trip is still scheduled. If the park is open, we will go.

Please click here for more information about the Theater/Art Summer Camp for children finishing grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 from July 13-17, 2015.  Imagine a Character, Write a Play with Your Camp-mates , Make Sets, Props, Costumes… Perform the Play!

Huskies’ Garden of Eatin’ is looking for summer volunteers! No experience needed! If you are willing to help, please, sign up on the school web page or contact the garden coordinator Radka MacKillop at radkacheshirova@yahoo.com.

We would like to hear from YOU, the Brunswick community!

A Superintendent’s advisory committee has been researching innovative K-12 academic programs in Maine and across the country, and we would like to know what you think about some of the ideas we have found. Are there programs that would work well in Brunswick? Are there existing programs in Brunswick that should be expanded? This survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete, and we would really appreciate your input.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

Please take our survey here: http://tinyurl.com/Brunswickprograms

Special Announcement!

This morning, Principal Wallace received the Maine Principal of the Year Award for 2015 by the Maine Principals’ Association.  Mr. Richard Durost, Executive Director of the MPA, made the announcement at a schoolwide assembly.  Mr. Wallace was selected from Middle School, Junior High and High School principals throughout the state for this recognition.  He will be honored at the MPA Spring Conference and also at an awards ceremony with the award winning principals from the other 49 states next October in Washington, DC.  Congratulations, Mr. Wallace, BJHS students and staff are very proud!

Letter to parents/caregiver(s) from Mr. Wallace and Mr. Ciembroniewicz

Principals Letter

Press Release – 03/25/2015

Press Release
03/25/2015

The Brunswick Police Department is investigating a report that an unknown male subject may have attempted to lure an 11 year old female into his vehicle in the area of Spring Street and the Harriet Beecher Stowe School.  The incident occurred at approximately 1:30 this afternoon, and the male subject was described as a white male, possibly in his 20’s or 30’s, with curly blonde hair and a beard, driving a white car.  The subject reportedly drove slowly behind, and then next, to the female juvenile and attempted to make conversation before asking her to come closer to his vehicle.  The juvenile declined to approach the vehicle and returned home without incident.  There are currently no charges pending in this investigation.  The incident raises obvious concern in the community, and the Brunswick Police Department is asking anyone who may have witnessed the interaction, or has any other information on this incident, to contact us at 725-5521.   Thank you.

Marc Hagan
Patrol Commander

‘We fund ideas’ – The Brunswick Community Education Foundation

BCEF copy

 

 

The Brunswick Community Education Foundation has just received its first round of grant applications, and will soon be distributing money for education
programs in Brunswick schools.

The foundation is an independent organization dedicated to supporting all K-12 students in Brunswick public schools.

“BCEF’s mission is to provide an extra measure of support that can encourage creative spirit and bold experimentation in all of our schools,” according to
the foundation’s website. Click for full Times Record story!

BCEF Website – http://www.brunswickcef.org/

Letter from Superintendent: Annual State Testing

Click for letter from Mr. Perzanoski concerning annual state testing!

Meet In The Middle At BJHS

meet in the middle flyer

Please click on the link to see the flyer for Meet In The Middle Days at BJHS