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Friday, September 20, 2019

Aggie Weekly-September 20th



Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:

This week we were able to meet our families at Parent Open House night yesterday. It is always great to hear from our community how great our staff is at Bristol Aggie. We are fortunate to be a part of such a great school community.

Groundbreaking Ceremony: Today, marked our official groundbreaking for the future of Bristol Aggie. Even though construction started about a month ago, today marked the beginning of the next 100 years. Please see photos below from the event.








Master of Ceremonies, Board of Trustees President, Mr. Ken Raymond 

Superintendent Sands

Bristol County Commissioner and School Building Committee Chair, Mr. John Mitchell


State Treasurer Goldberg 

State Representative Haddad

State Senator Pacheco






















Freedom’s Ring: At Thursday’s Parent Open House, freshman James Chiavaroli and his mother and author of Freedom’s Ring Heidi Chiavaroli stopped by the library to take a picture with her book which is in our circulation. Mrs. Chiavaroli signed our copy, which was later checked out by a student! What a great moment! #BAPride




College Visit: Our Guidance department has done an amazing job organizing colleges to visit Bristol Aggie throughout the year. Today, we had 2005 Bristol Aggie graduate Kim Tarvis, come to speak to students about opportunities at Suny Cobleskill, NY where she is now a professor for Animal Science. #BAPride




Arbor Firewood Sale: The arbor program will once again be selling firewood for our student account. It is the same $200/cord as last year and you must arrange to pick it up. We will load it for you but you must supply the vehicle. The average full size pickup bed holds roughly a half cord. Payment will be expected upon the acceptance of wood. Checks are preferred and can be made out to B.C.A.H.S with student arbor in the memo. Please direct all inquiries to Mr. Cook (SCook@bcahs.com). The wood is all seasoned and ready to burn this year. It is a mix of hardwood (mostly oak with some maple and cherry mixed in) that can be used for indoor stoves and fireplaces. The sale will be on a first come first serve basis.

In the Classroom:
  • Ag Mec: Ag Mec students built custom running engine stands and fuel tanks for our new diesel engines!

























  • Ag Mec: Mason and Quinn were working with Slow Tools Engineer Mr. Barry Griffin on a design for their Fall Show project.










  • AP Literature: In Ms. Szurley's AP Lit class, students played Jenga on Thursday to answer questions about The Great Gatsby. They only had one group who was able to keep their tower standing all period!







Activities and Athletics:
  • Girls Soccer: On Monday, the girls soccer team hosted Southeastern. Even though it was a defeat for Bristol Aggie, the girls played with a lot of heart.








Please return emergency and General Information Forms.

*** At the bottom of the General Information Form is consent for medication, please fill this out if you consent to your child taking medication at school. Consent is needed for Ibuprofen (Advil) and Acetaminophen (Tylenol) as well. Thank you!








Week 5- MSBA Update: This week the work crew worked on the dirt road that will eventually connect the north and side campus. In addition, they continued to strip soil from the north side of the campus.




The Week Ahead-A Week
  • Monday, September 23
    • Morning Assembly
    • EXTENDS: 2:30-4:00 (Library)
    • Boys Soccer vs Coyle Cassidy 3:30
    • Late Bus @ 5:00
  • Tuesday, September 24
    • Faculty Meeting 2:40 (Library)
    • Volleyball vs Old Colony 3:30
    • Late Bus @ 5:00
    • School Building Committee 5:30 (Keith Hall)
    • Board of Trustees 7:00 (Keith Hall)
  • Wednesday, September 25
    • Boys Soccer vs Norfolk Aggie @ 3:30
    • Late Bus @ 5:00
  • Thursday, September 26-Early Dismissal (Professional Development)
    • Period 1: 8:10-9:00 (same)
    • Period 2: 9:02-9:52 (same)
    • Period 3: 9:54-10:42 (same)
    • Period 4: 10:44-11:47 (CHANGE)
      • 1st Lunch: 10:42-11:10 (same)
      • 2nd Lunch: 11:18-11:47
      • PD Starts @ 12:30
  • Friday, September 27
    • Late Bus @ 5:00

  • 9/23: A Week
  • 9/23: 5:00 late buses
  • 9/23: Lunch:Build A Better Burger or Impossible Vegetarian Burger, Lettuce, tomato, cheese, Baked Boston Beans, Grab n Go Options, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Thursday, September 19, 2019


  • 9/20: 5:00 late buses
  • 9/20: Lunch: Sea to School Day Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza Or Baked Fish w/crunchy topping H.M. Coleslaw, Grab n Go Options, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Aggie Weekly-September 20th

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members: This week we were able to meet our families at Parent Open House night yester...