BHS Newsletter #3
September 14, 2018
Meet the Teachers Night
Our annual Meet the Teachers Night will take place on Wednesday, September 19th beginning at 6:00 pm. You will have the opportunity to meet your child’s teachers and learn more about their coursework and expectations for the year.
Here is a link to the schedule for the evening:
We are pleased to offer for the first time at BHS, Unified Sports which is a combined partnership between Massachusetts Special Olympics and the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), offering basketball in the Fall and potentially Track in the Spring. Unified sports combines student-athletes with a partner in a competitive MIAA sanctioned environment.
This is an excellent opportunity for all of our students and in particular our Best Buddies program participants. Our Athletic Director will offer a combined Parent/Student overview at 5 pm next Wednesday, September 19th prior to our scheduled parent teacher conferences at 6 pm. The meeting will occur in the lecture hall.
* Games against other schools in our region will occur in October and November
* Kerry Farrell and her staff will be coaching
* Practice dates are being worked out around our other athletic sports
FamilyID is OPEN NOW for the Winter Athletic Season. The Discounted registration/payment window will be in effect into October.
If your son/daughter is interested in a "possible" co-op in Swimming (winter) with Norton High School please contact our Athletic Director.
BHS will offer Boys Volleyball for the first time in school history next spring. A student information/interest session is scheduled for immediately after school on Sep 20 (late buses available) in the lecture hall.
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* Sep 19 is Team Picture Day
* Sep 20 is boys volleyball information session
* Sep 22 is the Varsity Challenge
* Various Senior Nights throughout Oct & Nov
* Nov 19 is our Athletic Awards Night
* Nov 24 - Thanksgiving Football Game is home @ 10 AM
* Nov 26 is the inaugural BHS Athletic Hall of Fame induction. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY
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LET'S GO BLACKHAWKS!
Fundraiser: 8th grade DC students and the Disney Senior Trip
Parent Pick Up and Drop Off
Thank you for your response to the drop off and pick up email I send out earlier this week.
One more item, which may allow for a better traffic flow in the morning. You can allow your child/children to exit the vehicle at any point along the blue curb. This would reduce the backup that occurs on most mornings.
Additionally, please do not use the student lot for drop off and pick up. We have many new drivers in that lot and our goal is to keep that space free of extra traffic to prevent congestion and to promote safety.
We realize that high school students do not often remember to tell you about school and community events. Be sure to check out the Bellingham school district’s “BackPack” site to view recent/upcoming important BHS school information and community flyers.
The link is also available below
Students in Spanish class collaborating on an online quiz
Students participating in an activity at a local bowling alley
Students in band preparing for the upcoming season