The BSCHS Daily Bulletin is published Monday through Friday (on school days) during the School Year. For a longer range view of school activities and events. see the Clubs calendar, School Calendar and Athletics team schedules.
Activities & Meetings
Cooking Club - Wed. Nov., 28
The Cooking Club will be on Wednesday, November 28 after school from 3:15pm. to about 4:30pm. You can sign up at the register in the cafeteria or email Raelle Madrid: email@example.com. There is a $3 fee per class due on that day.
March For Life Meeting - Wed., Nov. 28
There will be a meeting for those interested in participating in this year’s March for Life on Wednesday, November 28 at 3:00 in Mrs Gallagher's room (room 220) All forms needed to participate in the March for Life will be distributed at the meeting. Please see Mrs. Gallagher if you are unable to attend the meeting
Robotics Club - Tues., Nov 27
There will be a robotics club meeting on Tuesday, November 27th at 3:00 pm after school in Mr. Silkman's room (209). We have received the equipment to start building the robots. The meeting will be about 1-hour long. Hope to see you there
From the Guidance Office
College Acceptance/Scholarship Recognition
Please congratulate the following students on their recent college acceptances, scholarship awards and special recognition:
TaShawn Kelly – Hampton University
Emilie Garnier – Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD)
Keith Espinosa – West Virginia University
Aubrey Colombo – University of Mary Washington
Ryan Shook – University of Mary Washington
Hayley Mayette – Seton Hall University
Cassidy Butler – University of Lynchburg – Hopwood Scholarship
Rachael Bogdon – Virginia Commonwealth University
-Old Dominion University – Academic Scholarship
American Legion Public Speaking Competition
Are you a skilled public speaker? Or want to become one? The American Legion sponsors a High School Oratorical Contest each year. Students will prepare an 8 to 10-minute speech and a 3 to 5-minute assigned topic presentation. State winners will receive $1,500 and National winners could receive $14,000 - $18,000 in scholarships. Students in Grades 9 - 12 are able to participate. American Legion Post 113 will begin local Post competitions the first Saturday in January. See Mrs. Maloney in Guidance or Mrs. Smith or Ms. Orleans for further information.
College Visits - Through November 26th
ATTENTION JUNIORS and SENIORS: College admissions counselors have contacted our school to schedule a visit to meet with our juniors and seniors who might be interested in learning more about their college.
College visits scheduled for through –November 26, 2018:
Tuesday, November 20 @ 11:45 am (EF Bell) U.S. Naval Academy –
Monday, November 26th @ 9:20 am (B bell) U.S. Naval Academy - Matthew
(in the Forum) NOTE: Students must have at least
a 3.5 GPA to attend the Naval Academy presentation
If you are interested in attending the presentation, come to the Guidance Office the morning of the visit during HR to sign up and receive a pass for the college visit. Only those students who have permission and a signed pass from the teacher of the time of the scheduled visit may attend. Most visits are presented in the Gallery; however, a few college presentations will be given in the Theatre.
Campus Ministry, Outreach and Liturgies
Sacrament of Reconciliation - Mon/Tues, Nov 19/20
The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available on Monday from 1-3pm, and before and after Mass on Tuesday. Please see Mrs. Harmeyer for a pass.
Join the Kindness Crusade!
This month, join the Kindness Crusade by posting "unselfies" on Instagram to help raise awareness about the power of Kindness in our community. What is an unselfie? A post that captures an act of kindness. It could be a selfless act performed by someone to either help or cheer up someone else, or for no reason other than to make people happier. It could also be a selfie you take with someone who inspires you with their kindness. What do I do? Take a picture and post it to Instagram, explaining the act of kindness. Tag @bpsullivanchs and use #unselfie and #kindnesscrusade. Posting random acts of kindness just may be rewarded with random surprises...
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