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Please visit www.brunswick.k12.me.us/bhs to stay up-to-date on schoolnews and upcoming events. We hope to see you on campus soon!
Brunswick High School had an extremely successful winterathletics season. It is always great when one of our teams makesthe playoffs, but this season, all of our teams moved into post-season play. Congratulations to our athletes on their dedicationand performance! A special thank you to the school band forplaying at so many of the games and to students, parents andcommunity members who attended athletics events to cheeron our athletes. Your support contributes to our positive schoolclimate and is so important to our athletes who hear and valueyour cheering.
Coming up in April we will again be hosting a Spring Flingfor all 8th grade students who will be coming to the highschool next fall. This event includes an overview of the acade-mic program, but focuses primarily on clubs, extra-curricularactivities and athletic opportunities for students at BHS. Infor-mation booths will be set up and run by high school studentsso that incoming freshmen can ask questions and get informa-tion first hand on what will be available to them next year.The Spring Fling will take place on Thursday, April 7th inthe BHS Cafeteria and Crooker Theater at 6:00 PM.We hope to see you there!
As we look ahead there are many events at BHSto look forward to. Visit BHSs website(http://www.brunswick.k12.me.us/bhs) to stayup-to-date on school news and upcoming events.
BBBS Invite High SchoolStudents to Bowl For Kids Sake
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bath/Brunswick is planning their signaturefundraising event Bowl For Kids Sake (BFKS) - for the first weekend inApril! New this year is that participating high school students will have aspecial Bowl For Kids Sake event just for them on Friday, April 1st from7:00pm 11:00pm at Yankee Lanes in Brunswick! The organization islooking for high school students to participate in the fundraiser by formingteams of four or five and raising pledge donations in the community. Thereis a $25 per student minimum to bowl ($100 per team of four) and studentsare encouraged to raise as many donations as they can. At Bowl For KidsSake, teams will enjoy two strings of bowling, DJ music, special guest MCsand numerous door prizes and giveaways! This years theme is STAR WARS.The bowling alley will be decorated to fit the theme and bowlers are invitedto dress up!
Connect with Big Brothers Big Sisters through their website: www.bbbs-bathbrunswick.org, by calling: 729-7736 or email Robert Cornell atRob@bbbsbathbrunswick.org for more information.
BCEF Grants In Action: 3D PrinterAs part of Brunswick Community Education Foundations inaugural grant cycle in 2015, funds were
awarded for the purchase of a 3D printer for joint use by Brunswick High Schools Social Studies and Techni-cal Education departments. In Social Studies classes, the printer is being used to, bring history to life. Stu-dents in Luke Potters Middle Eastern Studies class were tasked with designing and printing an artifact orbuilding symbolic of the region. Examples of student creations include the 2nd Temple at Jerusalem fromartists renditions, and the Blue Mosque and a spiraling minaret from the Grand Mosque in Iraq. In the Tech-nical Education Department, students in Cindy Cygans 3D modeling class will be printing the exteriors ofthe Formula 1 model racing cars they designed. Senior Amelia Hawley has beenusing the 3D printer to produce parts for the robotic hand that she is developingwhile doing an independent study in engineering with teacher Richard Clarke. Tosee more grants in action, join the mailing list, donate or learn more about theBrunswick Community EducationFoundation, check out www.brunswick-cef.org and Like us on Facebook.
Brunswick Area Student Aid FundGraduating Seniors - Don't Miss Out!
Application Deadline is March 15thVisit: www.studentaidfund.org
Print the one page application and turn the completed form in (with yourFAFSA) to the Guidance office.
Established in 1956, BASAF currently manages 43 named funds. BASAF grantsscholarships to students in the communities of Brunswick, Topsham, Harpswell,Bowdoin & Bowdoinham.BASAF annually awardsscholarships (based on finan-cial need) to qualifying stu-dents pursuing all types ofpost-secondary education.
Please apply today!
B8 The Times Record Monday, March 7, 2016
The Brunswick High School Players presentBye Bye Birdie, March 17, 18 and 19
at Crooker Theatre.BYE BYE BIRDIE tells thestory of rock and roll singer,Conrad Birdie who is about tobe inducted into the army.Albert Peterson, Conrads agent,and Alberts faithful secretaryRose Alvarez concoct one finalnational publicity stunt beforeConrads induction.
Performances at CrookerTheater will be Thursday and
Friday, March 17, 18, and19 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday,
March 19, at 2 and 7 p.m.Tickets are $12 for adults and
$10 for seniors and students and will be available at theBox Office outside of Crooker Theatre.
Box office hours are: 2:30-5:30 p.m.Monday thru Friday March 7-11.2:30-7:00 p.m. March 17 & 18
12:00-7:00 p.m. March 19.
For more information contact:Brunswick High School 319-1910
Pam Mutty Director firstname.lastname@example.orgAshley Smith Music Director email@example.com
Carla Selberg Production Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org
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Winter Sports Excellence Summary
Boys Basketball - record 15-6, #4 seed in playoffs, Southern Maine Runner-up Girls Basketball - record 11-9, #4 seed in playoffs, lost in 1/4 Finals Cheering - 6th at KVACs, qualified for States, 11th place at States Boys Ice Hockey - 9-8-1, #3 seed in playoffs, lost in 1/4 Finals Girls Ice Hockey - 8-9-1, #6 seed in playoffs, lost in 1/4 Finals Boys Swimming - finished regular season undefeated, KVAC Champs, 4 years in a row,
State Runner-up 2nd year in a row Girls Swimming - finished regular season undefeated, KVAC Champs, 4 years in a row,
State Champions 2nd year in a row Boys Indoor Track - 3rd place at KVACs, 10th at States, MPA Sportsmanship winners Girls Indoor Track - 3rd place at KVACs, 13th at States Alpine Skiing - 3 members, Co-Op with Freeport Nordic Skiing - 4 members, Co-Op with Freeport, finished in 6th place at States, Lena Martin State Champ Wrestling - Co-Op with Mt. Ararat, MPA Sportsmanship winners, finished in 9th at KVACs, finished in 8th at States Unified Basketball - Currently in 13th place, playoffs next week.
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