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Wednesday, October 31, 2018


  • There will be 5:00 late buses
  • Tomorrow Lunch: Hot Dog Bar Or Grab n Go Options, H.M. Aggie Beef Chili, Veggie sticks, Fresh Garden Salad

Monday, October 29, 2018


  • There will be 5:00 buses today
  • Picture retakes tomorrow October 30th 2018
  • Tomorrows Lunch: Grilled Cheese, H.M. Soup, or Grab and Go Options, Honey Glazed Carrots, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Aggie Weekly-October 26th

Aggie Weekly
Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:
We hope everyone enjoyed Fall Show as much as we did! We continued to be impressed
with the the level of student achievement.  We made a few adjustments this year with a
focus on Student Showcase and we heard from our students that they enjoyed this new
element.  We will continue to fine tune it each year to highlight student success, and what
makes Bristol Aggie unique and special. We would also like to thank all of our volunteers
over the weekend: PTO, Boosters, and all the other activities that parents and volunteers
helped out.  Without you, Fall Show would not be possible.
In addition to Student Showcase, we integrated academic teachers into the Vo-Ags
during Fall Show week and both our students and faculty enjoyed the experience.  
See the poem below from English Teacher, Mrs. Coderre regarding her experience in
Arbor. This is truly a testament that we learn as much from our students, as they do
from us as educators.  #BAPride


Lessons from a Tree
Like a tree, we are composed of many growth rings.
Together they form our human existence.
The present is that outer layer ~ the now,
but we are built upon all those layers of the past.
We carry all of them along with us.
Some are layers of dead wood and not useful,
but others are vibrant and still necessary for our well-being.
They say that a tree never heals, but rather
it builds protective layers over its wound.
It compartmentalizes the hurt and creates a productive life around it.
It may grow to be a very grand tree,
but it will always carry that scar.
It does not try to hide, but wears it in plain sight
as if to say:  I have been hurt in the past, but I have overcome.
I am a survivor.
We should all live our lives like a tree.
Thank you Lacey Parker, Arboriculture major, for your lesson on the tree.
Fall Show, October 2018
Written by Deborah Coderre, English teacher



Congratulations to this Week’s High Five Club Winner, Brooke Murphy
Brooke Murphy pictured above with Dr. DiGioia.  


FFA Convention: FFA students and staff enjoyed their first first day at the national FFA convention!



When our Bristol Aggie FFA members aren’t competing, they give back to the community!
Helped to paint some of the Fay Glick Community Center here in Indianapolis.  Great work
everyone!


In the Classroom:
Natural Resource Management: #Friday is weigh and measure day for all of our #Plymouth
Redbelly Cooter, Blanding's, wood #turtle head-starts.  #FridayFeeling #NationalPumpkinDay


Homecoming Tickets are on sale! See Mrs. Savage or your student council representatives before
or after school or at lunch to purchase a ticket. If you would like to bring a guest from outside of
the school, you must submit a guest permission form with your ticket purchase.


Parent-Teacher Conferences: Any questions, contact Mr. Braga (Kbraga@bcahs.com)
On Wednesday, October 31st, an online portal will open at 8:00 am that will allow parents and guardians
to set up conferences with teachers. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, November 15th.  
This year we will have two different meeting times to accommodate more parents to visit with teachers.  
The first meeting time will be from 12:30-2:30 and the second from 6:00-8:00 pm. The sign-ups for parent
teacher conferences will work the same as last year, as you will need to register to see a teacher through this
portal.  All appointments are 8 minutes in duration. Please do not book appointments back to back since
you need to leave time for you to travel from room to room. In addition, we will have the Seven Hills
Foundation available for parents to walk through in RM 208 to discuss the dangers of vaping.  This
workshop set up in RM 208 is an area for parents (no students will be allowed to enter) to discuss
the dangers of vaping and to learn the different forms of vaping devices.  


Here are the directions to sign up for parent teacher conferences: If you completed this last
year, you can use your same username (your email) and password (if you forgot, click “forgot
password.”)


1) Go to: website will be added here on October 31st (an additional email will be sent when
the site goes live at 8:00 am).




2) Register  by completing YOUR (not your child’s) First Name, Last Name, Email Address,
and Password (twice). Click Register. (If you already completed this last year, your student
name should appear)



3) Go back to )website (link will be added next week) and log in with your email and password.




4) Select Add and Edit Children to enter your child’s names in.


5) Once you have added your children, select Schedule inside the box where it says “Current
Child on File.”


6) Select Conference Date “11/15/2018” and then select ALL the Teachers you would like to
meet with. Select Submit.

7) Check off one time for each teacher that you previously selected when you are available.
Do not book times back to back since you need to consider the time it takes to move between
classrooms.  After you have checked off your times, select Home at the top of the screen.




8) Select Schedule Conferences again. This time select print/email to verify and have a record
of the conferences you scheduled.
Thank you to all those that attended the SEPAC Annual Parent Training that was held
on 10.24.18.


The BCAHS SEPAC would like to share the following information:





Student Services: Any family who may need some assistance is encouraged to look into WIC.  
See flier below.





FAFSA DAY at Bristol Community College


We are excited to invite you and your family to the Bristol Community College FAFSA Day
Massachusetts program on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 5:00pm in C-111 on the Fall River
campus. Every high school senior, college student, and adult student who will be attending college
in the 2019-2020 academic year needs to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) in order to apply for college financial aid. FAFSA Day Massachusetts provides FREE
help statewide to students and families looking to complete the FAFSA.


The fourteenth annual FAFSA Day Massachusetts at Bristol Community College registration link
can be found below.  Walk-ins are welcome. Students and parents are required to create an FSA ID.
The link can also be found below.
You may download copies of the materials by visiting www.FAFSADay.org.
FAFSA Day is a volunteer-driven effort sponsored by MEFA and American Student Assistance.  
For more information, please email Bette.Barbosa@bristolcc.edu or call 774-357-2029.

**There will be another FAFSA DAY at Attleboro High School on Sunday, November 4th, 2018
at 1:00 p.m.


Attleboro High School
100 Rathbun Willard Drive
Attleboro MA 02703



MEFA College Financing Seminar - Upcoming Events


MEFA hosts several college financing seminars that provide information and clarity on the entire
college financial aid application process. During the seminar you will learn about financial aid
applications and types of financial aid, the factors that determine your aid eligibility, how colleges
determine the amount of aid to offer, and the details of financial aid award letters.


Here are some upcoming dates:


  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Fairhaven High School
12 Huttleston Avenue, Fairhaven, MA, 02719


  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
2700 Regional Road, North Dighton, MA, 02764


  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Wareham Senior High School
7 Viking Drive, Wareham, MA, 02571


  • Thursday, November 8, 2018
6:00pm
Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School
251 Stonehaven Road, Fall River, MA, 02723





ASVAB Testing


We will be hosting the ASVAB Test on November 14, 2018 here at Bristol Aggie. Any junior or
senior student who would like to participate should sign up HERE. It will take place at approx.
8:15 a.m. and should conclude around 11:15 a.m.


The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future
academic and occupational success. ASVAB scores are used to determine if one is qualified to enlist
in the military. The ASVAB test can assist students with career exploration as well.


Check out this site if you have questions on the taking the ASVAB:
http://official-asvab.com/docs/asvab_fact_sheet.pdf
You may also stop by Student Services and see your Guidance Counselor for more information.

Activities and Athletics:
Swim Team: Bristol Agricultural High School students who reside in Dighton or Rehoboth are
eligible to participate on the D-R Varsity Swim Team. Anyone interested in learning more about
the team is invited to attend an Informational Meeting on Wednesday November 7 at 7:00PM in
the D-R high school cafeteria. No competitive swim experience is necessary!
Photo Above: Tabitha Ellis participating in the Cool to be Kind club- Helping to organize next
month’s calendar.  
Reminder to Seniors:


Senior photo and baby photos for the yearbook are due Thursday, November 1st. Photos should
be emailed to yearbook@bcahs.com. Hard copy baby photos can be given to Mrs. Ward or dropped
off in room B-12 in the box on top of the file cabinet. Please see Mrs. Ward with any questions.

Week Ahead- A Week
  • Monday, October 29
    • Assembly- Report to Gym
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Tuesday, October 30-Wear ALL BLACK- BLACK OUT BULLYING
    • 5:00 Late Buses
    • School Building Committee Meeting @ 6:00
  • Wednesday, October 31
    • NEASC 5 Year Plan Meeting @ 10:00 (Library)
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Thursday, November 1-Yearbook photos are due (see above)
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Friday, November 2
    • Homecoming Dance 6:00-10:00 pm


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