Principal's Weekly Update 4/8/16

Nancy S. Gerstner, Ed. D.

Community Forum

Here is another opportunity to attend a community forum on opioid and heroin abuse:

The Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes will present a Community Forum on the Heroin Epidemic on Tuesday, April 19, from 7 to 8:45 P.M. on the FLCC Main Campus - 4th Floor conference room. There will be first-hand experience and information on the heroin epidemic in Ontario County. Resources will be available for families and individuals


There will be a High School Student Council meeting to plan Field Day on Monday, April 11, starting at 2:35 in the library. This meeting is open to all students and mandatory for all Student Council officers.

Hey Sophomores & Juniors interested in St. Bonaventure (which gives very
generous merit scholarships!) They are having an open house Saturday, April 23.
Bonaventure is under 2 hours away and is beautiful residential campus. Their well-
known majors are:
 Communication, Journalism
 Education Professions
 Business, Accounting, Finance
 Visual and Performing Arts
Here is the link to register for the open house:

ATTENTION JUNIORS - Admissions representatives from SUNY Brockport and FLCC will be here on Friday, April 29th. Sign up on Naviance to get a pass to be able to attend.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Friday, April 15th is the National Day of Silence. It is a day to show support for people who have been targets of name-calling, bullying and harassment based on sexual orientation. If you want to participate, you must sign up and get a free Day of Silence sticker from Student Alliance to wear on Friday. Sign-up sheets will be in the large cafeteria during lunches on Wednesday and Thursday or in the Middle and High School offices. You may show your support by remaining silent in the hallway and during lunch, but you MUST speak in class if your teacher or an administrator asks you to. Take a vow of silence in support of those who are silenced every day by intolerance.


 The Junior prom will be May 14th, 7-10pm.

 Any student interested in submitting a t-shirt design for the
Senior t-shirt should use no more than two colors and may submit their
design at any time to Ms. Ruger. All designs will be due May 25th for voting.

REMINDER: Here's your chance to meet dozens of your favorite authors and
hang out with thousands of kids from all around upstate NY: The Bloomfield
School and public libraries have teamed up for Teen Book Fest, held on Saturday May
14, at Nazareth College.
There will be an informational meeting after school on Tuesday, April 5, in the school library. Eat snacks, meet Young Adult author Charles Benoit, sign up for a library card, and learn how you can get involved as a volunteer or participant in this huge annual event. See Mrs. Keyes for more information.

REMINDER: Yearbooks can be purchased at the price of $45.00. Stop by the middle
school office to order yours now.

SUMMER DRIVER EDUCATION SIGN UP: Students interested in taking summer
Driver Education must see Mr.Taylor. Signups for Bloomfield will close on April 30th.

7th Annual Bloomfield's Got Talent

Friday, April 15th, 7pm

1 Oakmount Avenue

Bloomfield, NY

Performing Arts Center