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Friday, September 29, 2017

Aggie Weekly-September 29th

Aggie Weekly
Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:
Next week brings on October, and that means that our school community is fully involved in preparations for Fall Show 2017!  It has been exciting to see all of the students working together in their Vo-Ags.  With approximately three weeks away, make sure you mark your calendar to witness this year’s Fall Show.

Midterms: We are currently evaluating formal midterms that have been sent home in past years.  With teachers updating their grades at a minimum of 10 days (many update daily), it appears that it is duplicating efforts.  We will be evaluating this process in the next few weeks and we will be holding a ParentPorals training on Monday, November 20t at 5:00 pm.  This is prior to the scheduled Parent-Teacher Conference that has been scheduled.  More information will be coming soon.   

83rd Annual Fall Show: Friday, October 20-Sunday, October 22 from 11:00 am-5:00 pm
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Rehoboth Scout honoring firefighters: Full article courtesy of The Sun Chronicle by Laura Calverley For The Sun Chronicle

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Eagle scout Michael Koussa and Assistant Fire Chief Mark Haskell.
REHOBOTH -- A local Boy Scout is honoring fallen town firefighters for his Eagle Scout community service project.
Michael Koussa, 17, a junior at Bristol County Agricultural High School in Dighton, is reaching out to the community to find where more than 120 deceased Rehoboth firefighters are laid to rest so he can mark their graves with a firefighter memorial flag.
“It is important to recognize the firefighters because they risked their lives to help other people,” Koussa said.
Koussa also plans to enhance the current Firefighters Memorial located at Station No. 3 on Pleasant Street by adding landscaping and seating “so that residents may visit and reflect upon the lives of these honorable firefighters,” he said.
Scouting is a big part of Koussa’s life. He started in the Cub Scouts when he was 6  years old.
Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts and all Eagle Scout applicants are required to organize a community service project.
When Koussa was trying to decide what to do for his project, Assistant Fire Chief Mark Haskell presented the idea to him. The Rehoboth Fire Department had planned on doing this and they were looking for it to be a potential Eagle Scout Project.
Koussa is now trying to locate the grave sites of the firefighters on a list of 121 names provided by the department, but he is finding it a challenge and is asking for the community’s help.
“There may also be many names of firefighters from years past which don’t appear on this roster. If anyone knows of firefighters which should be on the list, I would appreciate the information,” Koussa said.
In his research, Koussa has already found a few names that weren’t on the list.
“One of the firefighters that has been added to the list used to house the fire truck in his barn at his farm and keep the fire truck warm by a wood stove, so it wouldn't freeze in the winter. What dedication!” Koussa said.
Koussa said he is realizing how important this is to the families of the firefighters, and to the community. He’s received many heartwarming emails from family members.
“I'd like to thank all the people who have already reached out to me by giving information, emotional stories, and just letting me know how much this project means to them. I really didn't realize the impact this project was going to have and I feel honored to be able to do it,” Koussa said.
Koussa hopes to have the project completed by spring. If you know any of the names on the list, contact him at Mjk7780@comcast.net.

New Butterfly Farm owner plans to add grass-fed beef to the offerings

Dan Flynn, the new owner of Butterfly Farm in Lincoln, stands with his cows that are named after “The Golden Girls” TV show. Flynn’s hoping to expand the herd and offer grass-fed beef to the community, in addition to chicken and lamb. (Breeze photos by Brittany Ballantyne)
By BRITTANY BALLANTYNE, Valley Breeze Staff Writer
LINCOLN – Dan Flynn cruises around the rolling hills of Butterfly Farm on an ATV, two of his herding dogs running in sync with one another alongside the four-wheeler.
He points out a donkey that protects his sheep, grown for lamb meat, and calls for the “girls,” a herd of cows that run up to a fence and nestle their heads in Flynn’s hand as he pets them. This is the first year Butterfly Farm is raising cows, all grass-fed bovine, for beef.
Last May, Flynn purchased Butterfly Farm from Joyce Smith of Lincoln, who still helps out at the farm every day.
Flynn said taking over the farm has been a dream come true. Since he was about 7 years old, he’s helped out at the farm, selling hot chocolate, cider, candy and muffins with his childhood friend, Bryan Stachurski of Lincoln, during Christmas tree tagging season.
“I think we ate half the profits,” he said, laughing.
Flynn, the son of former Town Council member John Flynn, started working the land at the farm when he was older, carrying Christmas trees down to the 102-year-old barn where the trees are wrapped for customers, and helped pick pumpkins.
When he was about 14, Flynn said, he picked up more work, doing everything from maintenance painting to caring for the farm’s animals.
At 27, he began pursuing the purchase of the 77-acre property sitting beside Chase Farm and the Hearthside House, once Smith announced she was looking to retire about four years ago. As of May 2016, Flynn said, the farm was his, and he’s been juggling running the property with wo rking full-time as a teacher at Bristol County Agricultural High School in Massachusetts, teaching agricultural science and equine practices.
Butterfly Farm now sells chicken, goat and sheep meat, and will offer beef once the cattle have matured, as well as eggs, firewood, pumpkins, mums and a variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers, the owner said.
Flynn said he’s trying to keep the farm stand, which runs on an honor system, open daily, and in the future, he wants to sell beef and eggs throughout the four seasons and build the beef herd.
He said he wants Butterfly Farm to become a place where people can buy their food in addition to tagging and cutting down Christmas trees, a tradition the farm has kept up for decades.
He’s particularly looking forward to this year’s tagging and cutting season, given that last year the farm lost nearly 2,000 trees to drought.
“This year’s like a new year,” he said, and the farm will open its tree lot for tagging starting Oct. 7, on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A small pumpkin patch will also open Oct. 7, Flynn said.
Once it’s closer to the season, Flynn said, Santa will make a return to the farm.
Flynn, a Lincoln High School Class of 2004 graduate, also offers “puppy kindergarten” at the farm, where he helps dog owners train their pups during a seven-week course that meets weekly for an hour.
Flynn, who graduated from University of Rhode Island with degrees in environmental horticulture and animal science, said he’s hoping to offer various workshops and a children’s summer camp at the farm in the future, to provide educational sessions about composting, gardening, putting together planters, animal husbandry and other farming elements.
“It’s a lot of work, but I love it. It’s a labor of love,” he said of juggling his full-time teaching job with running the farm at 679 Great Road.
“If I didn’t have the friends that I have, I wouldn’t be able to do everything I do here,” he said.
About 15 people volunteer to help out at the farm, he said, and his right-hand man and woman are Russ Ridge and Charlene Stachurski, both Lincoln residents. Friends and family make it all possible, he said, and he shows his gratitude each year with a ham dinner for volunteer workers.
Knowing the farm is part of the food system, growing food and providing for the community, Flynn said, has been rewarding.
“It’s definitely been a dream come true,” he said.
Dan Flynn looks over his crop of Christmas trees at Butterfly Farm, where tagging season begins Saturday, Oct. 7.
Butterfly Farm offers puppy kindergarten, one of the new initiatives Flynn has launched since purchasing the farm in May 2016. He said he’s trained roughly 60 dogs since the program began.
Dan Flynn greets a donkey at his Butterfly Farm in Lincoln. Flynn says the donkey will protect sheep from any predators that may pass through the farm. Chickens, cows, goats, sheep, donkeys, and dogs all roam the farm Flynn purchased in May 2016.

PRELIMINARY SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST ADMINISTRATION (PSAT)
Sophomore and Junior students may sign up to take the PSAT beginning on September 25th. The sign up deadline is Thursday, October 5th.  Students should go to the Student Services Office to sign up to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test.
The cost to take the test is $16.00. Payment can be made via cash or a check made out to B.C.A.H.S. Students will receive a study and practice booklet upon registering for the PSAT. The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 11th, at 8:15 a.m. in the school auditorium.  Additional information about the PSAT can be found at collegeboard.org

In the Classroom:
  • Animal Science: In Mr. Flynn’s Large Animal Science class, students brought in food that embedded dairy ingredients.  Students also tried the food which provided for a classroom discussion on pasteurization.  
Landscape: This week our students in Landscape started their Fall Show 2017 projects.  It looks great so far! Keep up the great work!
  • Flori: Floriculture students harvesting pumpkins and sunflowers on campus
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Floriculture Seniors had 2 parties this week. One features sunflowers, solidago in a cylinder vase and the other is white hydrangea, white roses in a gold terra cotta pot!
  • Math: After finishing math quiz, arbor and ag mech students collaborate to create a catamaran.
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  • Mrs. VanRotz conducted our safety trainings with our students today! Safety is our top priority! #SafetyFirst
  • Amaral Bus Company practiced evacuations today with our students

Activities and Athletics:
  • The Sophomore class is having a Yankee Candle fundraiser that will benefit their future expenses for prom, yearbooks, etc.  Please click here to place your order. Thank you for your support. Any questions, contact Mrs. Davis at sdavis@bcahs.com
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  • Swim Team??? Attention Dighton or Rehoboth Students: Any students who reside in Dighton or Rehoboth can join the DR Falcons Swim Team.  There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the DR Falcons Swim Team for the 2017-2018 season on Wednesday, October 11th at 7:00PM in the D-R Cafeteria. The season runs from December through January.  Refreshments will be served!  If you have any questions, please contact DR Swim Team President Melissa Enos at melissa.enos@gmail.com
  • Athletic Boosters: HELP SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL SPORTS
Please join our Athletic Booster Club Booth and Support the Sports Programs and sell our Delicious STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES and RAFFLE BASKETS at our biggest fundraiser event during the 2017 Fall Show, October 20-22, 2017  11am-5pm.
  • Please Sign up to help work the booth, parents and students or donate a Raffle Basket!
We're using SignUp.com to organize our upcoming SignUps.  Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
  1. Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/emOEBOw
  2. Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
  3. Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually. Their  next meeting will be October 17 in Room 109 at 6:30pm
  • Drill Team:
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  • Volleyball: We hosted a few home games this week and they demonstrated a lot of hard work.  Keep up the great work!
  • Boys Soccer: Our boys finally had a home game after the weather cancelled their first home game at Bristol Aggie last week.  The boys showed a lot of heart on Monday and Wednesday.  #KeepGrinding
For a full list of events, please visit the BCAHS Blog
Week Ahead: A Week

  • Monday, October 2
    • Assembly-Gym
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
  • Tuesday, October 3
    • Freshman Volleyball: Home
  • Wednesday, October 4
    • Ocean Bowl B23: 3 pm-4pm New members welcome!
    • Geek Club Rm 119: 2:30 pm
    • Boys Soccer vs Upper Cape 3:30 pm-Home
    • Taunton River Watershed Alliance Meeting at 6:30 pm (Library)
  • Thursday, October 5
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • Student Council: 2:30 RM B19
    • Volleyball vs Blue Hills 3:30- Home
  • Friday, October 6
    • Midterms*(Admin is reviewing if we will continue with midterms since teachers are updating grades every 2 weeks)
      • Midterms will be sent via email on Friday, October 13th

Friday, September 29th

  • There are 5:00 late buses today.
  • Bristol Aggie faced Upper Cape Regional Technical High School in an exciting 4 set match. The Varsity squad was able to clinch the match in the 4th set after taking the first two 25-17 and 25-21 respectively. They faced a rough third set but were able to bring it home in the fourth set 25-21. Senior Captains Kori Botelho and Savanna Nadeau lead the team at the net, with 3 huge blocks from Botelho and 4 major kills by Nadeau. Big service rounds from Botelho, Juniors Emma Duarte, Mia Slater, Julie Braga and Sophomore Kasey Culhane kept the Lady Chieftains ahead of the Rams. Congratulations to the Junior Varsity squad as they too took victory over Upper Cape's JV. Playing best out of 3, winning the first set 25-19 and the second set 25-18. Also, a huge win for the Freshman volleyball team as they overtook Coyle Cassidy on the road Wednesday.
  • Girls Soccer game, BA @ Southeastern, dismissal @ 2:10
  • Boys Soccer game, Southeastern @ BA @ 3:30
  • Would any grade 10 or 11 students hoping to take Dual Enrollment Spanish at Bristol Aggie this fall, please stop by the Student Services Office by noon on Monday.
  • The Peer Mentor training will be held on Wednesday October 4th from 12:45-2:30 in the library. All mentors must return their permission slip and field trip forms by Tuesday October 3rd.
  • Today's Lunch is: Cheese Pizza or Crunchy Fish Wrap, Honey Glazed Carrots, Fresh Garden Salad & Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Thursday, September 28th

  • There are NO 5:00 late buses today.
  • Volleyball game, Upper Cape @ BA, JV @ 3:30 & Varsity @ 5:00 
  • Today is early release day @ 11:47 w/a flip schedule.  Lunches are as follows: Grades 9 and 12: Lunch D 10:52-11:18 & Grades 10 and 11:  Lunch E 11:21-11:47 
  • Today's Lunch is: Tacos w/ground beef & cheese or Skinny Vegetarian Taco Bowl, Lettuce, tomatoes & cheese, Southwestern salad or Fresh Garden Salad & Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Wednesday, September 27th

  • There are 5:00 late buses today.
  • Boys Soccer, Old Colony @ BA @ 3:30
  • Freshmen Volleyball game, BA @ Coyle Cassidy departing @ 2:45
  • Congratulations to the BA cross country team in their sweep of Tri-County and South Shore in yesterday's meet. The teams were led by strong performances from seniors Cam Platt and Lauren Biedak, who came in first and second in their respective races. The boys and girls improved their overall records to 3-1 and will race again next Tuesday at West Bridgewater. A special congratulations to Alexis Kublin who ran in yesterdays meet three days after running in the Westport half marathon  and placing 3rd in her age bracket. Great job Chieftains!
  • Today's Lunch is: Pasta Bar w/Assorted Sauces Or Plain Pasta, "Aggie Grows" Squash, Fresh Garden Salad & Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tuesday, September 26th

  • There are 5:00 late buses today.
  • Cross Country meet, BA @ South Shore, dismissal @ 1:40
  • Volleyball game, South Shore @ BA, JV @ 3:30 & Varsity @ 5:00
  • Johnson & Wales University & University Of Maine at Machias College visits @ 12:30 & 1:40 in the Library
  • Today's Lunch is: Chicken Stir-Fry or Greek Salad w/ wrap Onions, Peppers, Rainbow Rice, Fresh Garden Salad & Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits
  • Attention Dighton or Rehoboth Students: Any students who reside in Dighton or Rehoboth can join the DR Falcons Swim Team.  There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the DR Falcons Swim Team for the 2017-2018 season on Wednesday, October 11th at 7:00PM in the D-R Cafeteria. The season runs from December through January.  Refreshments will be served!  If you have any questions, please contact DR Swim Team President Melissa Enos at melissa.enos@gmail.com

Alumni Update


We are always excited to hear of the success stories from our graduates.  If you know of any successes please contact Mr. Braga to provide your BA Alumni Update.  Congratulations Amanda! We look forward to hearing from you again soon! #BAPride


Monday, September 25, 2017

Monday, September 25th

  • There are 5:00 late buses today.
  • Girls Soccer game, BA @ Holbrook, dismissal @ 2:00
  • Boys Soccer game, Tri County@ BA @ 3:30
  • Reminder the meeting for the school trip w/ Mr. Chew is tonight at 7 pm in Rm 109.
  • MA College of Liberal Arts & Unity College visit in Library @ 12:45.
  • Johnson & Wales University & University Of Maine at Machias College visit on Tues. Sept., 26th any juniors & seniors interested please sign up in student services by the end of the day today.
  • National Honor Society please return your packets before Sept. 26th to Mrs. Davis.
  • Today's Lunch is: Turkey Club Sandwich on ww roll or Caesar Salad w/cheese stick, Homemade soup, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, & Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits
  • Problem of the Week:
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Friday, September 22, 2017

Aggie Weekly September 22, 2017

Aggie Weekly
Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:
We hope everyone weathered Hurricane Jose this past week and damage was minimal to your home and our community.  It was great to see so many parents attend Parent-Teacher Conferences on Wednesday night.  We heard a lot of positive feedback from parents about our staff and school community and want to thank you for your continued support.  Don’t forget to check your child’s grades today on PlusPortals.   
Operation Bullpen Final Results:
We would like to thank the Bristol County community for all of your contributions.  Here is a final list of donations.  
  • Total net weight of the first trailer was 82,000lbs, which is 2x the legal limit so they have to get an additional trailer.  
  • Over 9000 lbs dog food
  • Over 900 cans dog food
  • Over 300 lbs of cat food
  • Over 500 cans cat food
  • Over 100 crates and cages
  • 1400 leashes and collars
  • 150 packages of diapers
  • 215 bales of hay
  • 4 Pallets of water
  • They also sent a second full u-haul but do not have weight totals from that.

Bristol Aggie Education Foundation Harvest Feast: Photos courtesy of Taunton Daily Gazette and photographer Mike Gay.  
The recently formed nonprofit Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation Inc. held its first major event, a “farm-to-table Harvest Feast” on Sept. 16 at the school. The Foundation aims to help provide support for students and the programs offered at Bristol Aggie. The event featured sustainably-grown Bristol Aggie produce.
Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation Farm-to-Table Harvest Feast drew a large crowd.
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From left, Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation Director Joan Menard talks with President and Director John R. Mitchell and Judy Mitchell.
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From left, retired Bristol Aggie Superintendent and Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation Treasurer, and Director Stephen P. Dempsey, Tom and Susan Knight, and Craig and Susan Johnson, Craig is a Bristol Aggie science teacher.  
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Westporter Catering’s Leia Gravelle serves State Rep. Paul Schmid, who supplied the grass- fed certified organic Angus beef, from his family River Rock Farm in Westport, used at the Farm-To-Table Harvest Feast.
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Westporter Catering’s Maggie Toure, left, and Jayde Souza put out a pork entree.
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Bristol Aggie junior large animal science major Katie Walorz, helps Westporter Catering’s Nicholas Lascola, set up for the Farm-to-Table Harvest Feast.
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HMFH Architects Inc, architect Suni Dillard, right, has fun while talking about Bristol Aggie Project she is working on, Builders Project Manager Mel Overmoyer, left, and HMFH Architects Inc. associate Robert Williams enjoy the moment.
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Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation Clerk and Director Jeff La Fleur, and his son Logan, 2, enjoy the Farm-to-Table Harvest Feast.
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From left, the Rev. Robert Lawrence, Elizabeth Duffy, Julie Ramos Gagliardi, Jim Mathers, and Lisa Strattan were happy to catch up with each other at the dinner.
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Charlie, an 11-month-old female black Lab service dog in training with Vet Dogs, watches as Bristol Aggie junior Flori Major from Swansea, serves Warren Biss.  
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Westporter Catering’s Aaron Onofrey, right, serves Madison McKenna, at the Farm-to-Table Harvest Feast
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HMFH Architects, Inc. Architect, Suni Dillard, third from right, talks, with Farm-to-Table Harvest guests.
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Westporter Catering’s Leia Gravelle tells Bristol Aggie Principal Kevin Braga about one of the farm fresh dishes.
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From left, Nan Liard, John Hansman, Joel Altstein, Jane Metzger, Laura Wernick, and Bristol Aggie Principal Kevin Braga
In the Classroom:
  • Arbor: On Thursday, the Arbor department traveled to the Southeastern Mass Tree Wardens & Arborists Assn. annual field day and equipment show. This field trip allows our students to interact with professionals in their future field and get real world exposure to the arboriculture industry. Students are able to compete in a number of competitions and win prizes. There are a number of equipment dealers there that love to showcase their business and tools to the students. This year Bill McGowan from Vermeer Northeast demonstrated Vermeer's new AX19 wood chipper. The opportunity to see how real world arboriculture equipment functions was a huge benefit for the students. They were shocked to see full sized 19' logs process through a chipper without a struggle. Many of our younger students utilized this opportunity to begin what, for some of them, will become a life long obsession; buying Arbor gear! Hard Hats were the item of the day. Buying their own PPE made for VERY happy students. After the day all of the students had a very good day and they learned a lot. Thank you to all of the sponsors and the S.E.M.T.W.A.A. for a wonderful start to the year for our program!  
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It’s That Time of the Year AGAIN: Our Annual Fall Mum Sale has begun:
All proceeds will support our Bristol Aggie Flori FFA Team as they prepare to travel to the 2017 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN. For details & ordering, please contact Danielle Harootian at dharootian@bcahs.com.


Floriculture students had another wedding this week. Students created bouquets, boutonnieres, headpieces and altar pieces.



Student Services SBIRT:
Dear Bristol Aggie Families,
As a reminder, we are instituting a state mandated screening program in tenth grade related to the use of alcohol, marijuana and other substances. The Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program screening process is part of our annual state mandated screening program. All screenings are interview based and will be conducted in confidential individual sessions by our Student Services staff. The screenings will take place on September 26th and 27th. We will utilize the CRAFFT II screening tool which is the most commonly used substance use screening tool for adolescents in Massachusetts.
If you would like to opt your child out of this screening, please provide the school with written notification. Please contact Beth Boudreau at 508-669-6744 x.163 or bboudreau@bcahs.com if you have any questions about this program. In addition, screening is voluntary and students may choose not to answer any or all of the screening questions.
We encourage all parents/guardians to talk with their child about substance use. For ideas on how to begin these conversations and other helpful information, please refer to the Substance Use Screening portion of the Student Services page on the Bristol Aggie website for references and information.
Sincerely,
Beth Boudreau, School Adjustment Counselor

PRELIMINARY SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST ADMINISTRATION (PSAT)
Sophomore and Junior students may sign up to take the PSAT beginning on September 25th. The sign up deadline is Thursday, October 5th.  Students should go to the Student Services Office to sign up to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test.
The cost to take the test is $16.00. Payment can be made via cash or a check made out to B.C.A.H.S. Students will receive a study and practice booklet upon registering for the PSAT. The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 11th, at 8:15 a.m. in the school auditorium.  Additional information about the PSAT can be found at collegeboard.org.

Early Dismissal Calendar:
The following is a list of early dismissal days for students – 11:47 a.m.  These dates will be “modified” flip schedule days, fitting in lunch periods and keeping confusion down are primary goals. All students and teachers will follow the schedule as listed below:
September 28              December 22               March 8
8:10 – 9:04   9:06 – 9:56   9:59 – 10:49         10:52 – 11:18         11:21 – 11:47
Period I        Period H       Period C   Period D                 Period E
November 22               January 11                 June 19 (or last day)
8:10 – 9:04    9:06 – 9:56 9:59 – 10:49         10:52 – 11:18         11:21–11:47
Period A        Period B          Period C          Period D                 Period E
The lunch periods will be the same on all early release days:      
  • Grades 9 and 12: Lunch D Module             Grades 10 and 11:  Lunch E Module.

For a full list of events, please visit the BCAHS Blog
Week Ahead: B Week
  • Saturday, September 23
    • Board of Trustees Superintendent Public Interview: 8:30 am-Keith Hall
  • Monday, September 25
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • Boys Soccer: Home vs Tri-County 3:30 pm
  • Tuesday, September 26
    • Assembly-Gym
    • Volleyball: Home vs South Shore- 3:30 (JV) 5:00 (Varsity)
  • Wednesday, September 27
    • Ocean Bowl B23: 3 pm-4pm New members welcome!
    • Geek Club Rm 119: 2:30 pm
    • Boys Soccer: Home vs Old Colony 3:30 pm
  • Thursday, September 28-Early Release-Teacher Professional Development
    • Release at 11:47 am (see schedule above)
    • NO Spanish Class-Cancelled due to early release
    • Volleyball: Home vs Upper Cape- 3:30 (JV) 5:00 (Varsity)
  • Friday, September 29
    • Boys Soccer: Home vs Southeastern 3:30 pm
    • Volleyball: Home vs Mt. Alvernia- 3:30 (JV) 5:00 (Varsity)

6/20: Last Day of School 6/20: Dismissal at 11:47 6/20:Lunch: Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza Or Grab n Go Options, Mixed Vegetable, Fresh Ga...