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Friday, September 23, 2022

Aggie Weekly-September 23rd

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:


This week’s HIGH 5 CLUB Senior of Week-MAGGIE GRAHAM



Social Media Survey: On Friday, we surveyed students about our plan to expand our social media presence to tell the Bristol Aggie story. We received 366 responses and here is what we sent to students: 

Greetings Students,

      We want to share our story of Bristol Aggie with the world.  It appears that one of the best ways to accomplish this is through social media.  Currently we use Twitter, however, not many students and families use this platform.  We want your feedback on how we can highlight your experience at Bristol Aggie with the world.  If you could take a couple of minutes to share your perspective, that would be greatly appreciated.  


Forms response chart. Question title: Which social media platform do you use most?. Number of responses: 366 responses.Tik Tok was the clear winner as the student preferred platform, with Instagram as the second most choice. 


Forms response chart. Question title: Which social media platform do you use second most?. Number of responses: 366 responses.

It appears that students use both Instagram and Tik Tok for their social media platforms.  


Forms response chart. Question title: Which social media platform do you think Bristol Aggie should use as our primary social media platform?. Number of responses: 366 responses.

Upon the recommendation of the students, it appears that Bristol Aggie should focus its presence using Instagram (rather than Twitter 6%)


Forms response chart. Question title: Would you follow us if we used your platform? (We assure you, that we will not be using this to monitor your social media accounts). Number of responses: 366 responses.

It appears that we will be moving forward with Instagram as our primary social media account.  Please follow us on instagram BristolAggie (Thanks Ms. Sharp for posing with Oakie!)






Parent Open House: It was great to see all the parents in attendance on Thursday night.  It truly takes a village and we appreciate all the support from our families.  

PTO: The PTO was able to sell merchandise at the Open House on Thursday


In the Classroom: Sophomore flori students worked on marketing the mums and various plants on the patio for the Parent Teacher Open House plant sale and in the greenhouse in preparation for the Fall Show. Ms. Slaney did a demonstration on a hanging installation for the students.

  • Arbor: In Mr. Cook's sophomore class, students were cutting up firewood to sell as a fundraiser to the public. They measured truck beds (they come in all shapes and sizes) to ensure the most efficient loads and safe transport. #BAPride





Bristol Aggie Sophomore Jenna Harker is looking for volunteers: Jenna became an Ambassador for the program called ENGin. It is a program that pairs Ukrainian youth with volunteers virtually. Their goal is to help a generation of young Ukrainians improve their spoken English and intercultural skills. ENGin accepts volunteers ages 14 and up, and it is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit. Students can also get volunteer hours from ENGin. Jenna can answer any questions you may have. She is the point of contact for people interested in the program. Her official email through the program is j.harker@enginprogram.org, but people can also contact her through her school email (jharker25@bcahs.com) about ENGin. 

ENGin is a nonprofit organization that pairs Ukrainian youth with English-speakers for free online conversation practice and cross-cultural connection. We work with students age 10-35 and volunteers age 14+.

OUR MISSION 

We are helping a generation of young Ukrainians improve their spoken English and intercultural skills, making an impact on both an individual and a national level.

 

  • On an individual level, we equip students to access academic and professional opportunities. 

  • On a national level, we connect Ukraine with the world, spurring economic growth and social progress.



Student Ambassadors: On Wednesday, Admissions Coordinator Mrs. Minster hosted a Student Ambassador breakfast as a token of appreciation for their service to our community.  

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Student Commons: The cafeteria has some new fresh offerings for our students.  I don’t remember lunch being this tasty when I was in school! We would like to THANK our cafe staff for always looking for ways to create new fresh meals for our students.  


Also a big thanks to students and staff who helped create this helpful YouTube  video:

Check it out!

Lunch Time Tips: Navigating the Lunch Line & Stations



Donors Choose:






















https://www.donorschoose.org/project/equine-anatomy-model/6676607/














































https://www.donorschoose.org/classroom/8237857


Bristol Aggie Excellence: On Tuesday, we acknowledged our softball team for winning the small vocational championship last spring at assembly. #BAPride

Activities and Athletics:

Cross Country: The Bristol Aggie Cross Country team had a very successful race vs. Old Colony.  



  • Fishing Club: On Wednesday, the Fishing Club met and they caught their first fish of the season! Nice job Colum!















Class of 2023 Fundraiser 


Family, Friends, and Supporters of BCAHS Class of 2023,


We are officially kicking off our fundraiser with Charleston Wrap® – and we need YOUR help! 

With over 2,500 gift ideas there is something for everyone on your holiday gift list which means your support can really help us reach our goal!


Use the link below to shop! 

 Charleston Wrap



Freshman Class Election: The attached list includes all those who have expressed interest in running for class office. If there are any changes that you would like Mrs. Hopkins to make to these positions/nominations, please let her know by the start of school on Monday, 9/26. She’d like to hold the election from Tue-Wed. If you know of any additional freshmen who would like to run for class offices, please have them email her ASAP.



The Week Ahead A Week

  • Monday, September 26- Only home games are listed

    • No assembly this week

    • EXTENDS: Gilbert RM 1105 from 2:45-4:30  

    • Late Bus @ 5:00 (CSE)

  • Tuesday, September 27- Only home games are listed

    • Faculty Meeting @ 2:40 (Student Commons)

      • KW Diversity training

    • Cross Country vs Holbrook @ 3:30

    • Boys Soccer vs South Shore Tech @ 3:30

    • Late Bus @ 5:00 (CSE)

  • Wednesday, September 28- Only home games are listed

    • Late Bus @ 5:00 (CSE)

    • Office Detention: 2:30-3:05 Held with Mr. Latham & Ms. Couto

  • Thursday, September 29- Early Release

    • Period 1: 8:10-8:59 

    • Period 2: 9:01-9:50 

    • Period 3: 9:52-10:38 

    • Period 4: 10:40-12:02 

      • 1st Lunch: 10:38-11:04 

      • 2nd Lunch: 11:07-11:33

      • 3rd Lunch:  11:36-12:02

    • PD Starts @ 12:15

  • Friday, September 30- Only home games are listed

    • KW Diversity Assembly @ 9:30 (All students and teachers)

    • Freshman Volleyball vs Old Colony

    • Girls Soccer vs Atlantis Charter@ 3:30  

    • Late Bus @ 5:00 (CSE)

  • Saturday, October 1-School/Detention  8:30a-12:30p @ Student Commons

Teacher: Tamera Stevens




 


September 26, 2022

A-Week 

There will be Late Buses 

Boys Varsity Soccer @ Upper Cape, Bus Time 1:40 

Lunch: Hamburger-Cheeseburger, Corn & French Fries, Asian Chicken Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits.


Tuesday, September 20, 2022

 


September 21, 2022 


There will be Late Buses 

JV & Varsity Volleyball @ Cape Cod Tech, Bus Time 1:30  

Freshman Volleyball vs. Cape Cod Tech, Game Time 3:30 

Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Cape Cod Tech, Game Time 3:30 Make up game from 9/20. 

Animal science apparel forms are due on Friday September 23 - please bring completed forms and payment to Ms. Sharp's classroom in CSE 2218! 

Lunch: Aggie Chili with Corn Bread, Chicken Cobb Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits.


Aggie Weekly-September 23rd

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members: This week’s HIGH 5 CLUB Senior of Week-MAGGIE GRAHAM Social Media Survey : On Frid...