Our Calendar

Thursday, October 31, 2019

  • 11/1: No Late buses
  • 11/1: Lunch: Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza, Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza Or Grab n Go Options, Mixed Vegetable, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

  • 10/31: No 5:00 late buses
  • 10/31: Lunch: “Mummy” Hot Dog Bar “Witch Finger” Fries, Scarry Slaw, Spooktacular Cherry Crisp, Or Grab n Go Option, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

  • 10/30: 5:00 late buses
  • 10/30: Lunch: Pasta Bar w/assorted sauces Or Grab n Go Options, Steamed Broccoli, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Monday, October 28, 2019

  • 10/28: 5:00 late buses
  • 10/28 Lunch: Crispy chicken sandwich, H.M. Soup Or Grab n Go Options, Honey Glazed Carrots, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Friday, October 25, 2019

Aggie Weekly-October 25th

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:

We would like to thank everyone who attended Fall Show. This year we had over 6,000 visitors attend this weekend, compared to last year’s 4,300. The community recognizes Bristol Aggie Excellence and continues to support our efforts.

In the Classroom:
  • Science: Mr. Higgins joined Mr. Surdi's physics class this morning and particpated in the lesson and provided some coteaching. #BAPRIDE

  • Mr. Johnson's physics class is testing speed and predict their intersect. #BAPRIDE

  • AgMech: A Fall Show project this year was to build these weight racks to help with the organization in the weight room. #BAPride

From Student Services:

  Click on the Instructables icon to find out more about what they are!


Bring your favorite book character to life this Halloween! You could literally be anyone from any book, just be sure to mention the character reference in your Instructable!

Enter for your chance to win an Apple iPad Mini + Pencil or awesome tools from Instructables!

Deadline: Entries for the Contest must be received by no later than 11:59 p.m. PT on November 4 2019

How to write a great Instructable

For help, see Mrs. Noel in the library or email snoel@bcahs.com

From the Cafeteria
EvanLee Organic 4 Tier Grow System

Only 16 days for organic, healthy and sustainable lettuce!

First cutting of Waldman Dark Green Makayla White serving herself fresh cut lettuce!

MSBA Update: This week the construction crew finished the foundations in Building B, and started the foundations in Building A of the Center for Science and the Environment.  They also started working on the sewer line that will tie into the new buildings across the street.  

Activities and Athletics

  • Girls Soccer: Don't forget to come out and support the Girls Soccer game for the Kick Pink.  The field lines were painted in Pink.  

Week Ahead-B Week
  • Monday, October 28
    • NHS Induction Ceremony @ 6:00 pm (Auditorium)
  • Tuesday, October 29
    • Assembly (Gym)
    • Girls Soccer vs Norfolk @ 3:30
  • Wednesday, October 30
    • Girls Soccer vs Bishop Connolly @ 3:30
    • Late bus @ 5:00 pm
  • Thursday, October 31
    • Girls Soccer vs Cape Cod Tech @ 3:30
  • Friday, November 1
    • End of Term 1

Thursday, October 24, 2019

  • 10/25: 5:00 late buses
  • 10/25: Lunch: Sea to School Day Stuffed Crust Pizza, Baked Fish w/crunchy topping, H. M. Coleslaw, or Grab n Go Options, Mixed Vegetables, Fresh Garden Salad

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

  • 10/24: 5:00 late buses
  • 10/24: Lunch: Salad Works! Create Your Own, Asst. lettuce, chicken & toppings, Or Grab n Go Options, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

  • 10/23: 5:00 late buses 
  • 10/23: Boys' Soccer @ Wareham,
  • 10/23: Girls' Soccer vs Wareham,
  • 10/23: Volleyball @ Avon,
  • 10/23: Lunch: Rosie’s Mac & Cheese Or Plain Pasta, Roasted Broccoli, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Monday, October 21, 2019

  • 10/22/: 5:00 late buses
  • 10/22: Lunch: Chicken Nuggets Or Grab n Go Options Corn, Rainbow Rice, Fresh Garden Salad, Assorted Fresh & Canned Fruits

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Aggie Weekly-Fall Show Edition

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:

     This week our students prepared for our biggest weekend of the year! Our Annual Fall Show attracts thousands of visitors each year. It is a great opportunity for the community to see what we as the staff are fortunate to witness each day; that our students are gifted in so many ways. This year we continued to add to our emphasis involving our students showcasing their talents. They will be giving short presentations to visitors in all aspects of our agricultural majors. We look forward to seeing you at Fall Show. We would like to remind our guests that elderly and handicap parking will be located at Gilbert Hall and Keith Hall parking lots. The majority of parking will take place on the hay field, directly across from the corn field. 

Fall Show 2019: You will have to visit Fall Show to see the finished product!

Student Council: Student Council will be accepting donations for the Thanksgiving Food Drive at Fall Show. If you have any nonperishable items and would like to donate, please stop by our booth outside of the Floriculture building on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday!

2014 Bristol Aggie Alumni: Click here for the full article and to view the video

She’s your go-to for questions about backyard chickens and egg washing, storage, and cooking, and her goal is to make it a safer proposition to buy eggs outside of your local grocery store. To that end, Bosland is working on drafting comprehensive regulations on homegrown eggs’ processing and handling.

And that matters. A lot.

In 2019, The Washington Post reported that Americans are eating more eggs than ever, about 95 million a year. And the ones at your local farm stand aren’t inspected by the FDA. “Through my research, I found laws regulating eggs are unique: there are not any clear regulations,” Bosland said. “You get contradictory advice.”

‘It’s a close-knit major’

Animal Sciences at URI

The Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Sciences offers undergraduate programs in Animal Science and Technology, Aquaculture and Fisheries Technology, and Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems.


“At URI, if you choose to study animal science, there are a lot of benefits,” she said. “It’s a close-knit major. You get to know your professors well. The classes are small. You can work with farm and exotic animals, and there are lots of research opportunities and internships.

“I could have gotten lost at other schools with their big lecture hall classes and the difficulty that poses in getting close to your professors,” Bosland said. “URI supports its students.”

The animal science major is one of many programs in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences. Animal science graduates have entered the fields of veterinary medicine, research, teaching, animal management, pharmaceuticals, and public health. Bosland intends to continue her work as a graduate student, studying sustainable agriculture and food systems.

“With the foundation you have in animal science, there are so many opportunities,” Bosland said.

Week Ahead- A Week
  • Monday, October 21
    • Assembly- Report to Gym
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • Volleyball vs Diman @ 3:30
    • Boys and Girls Cross Country vs Holbrook @ 3:30
    • Girls Soccer vs Bishop Connolly @ 3:30
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Tuesday, October 22
    • Volleyball vs Norfolk Aggie @ 3:30
    • Boys Soccer vs Southeastern @ 3:30
    • 5:00 Late Buses
    • School Building Committee @ 5:30
    • Board of Trustees Meeting @ 7:00
  • Wednesday, October 23
    • Girls Soccer vs Wareham @ 3:30
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Thursday, October 24
    • Extends: 2:30-4:00 pm (Library)
    • 5:00 Late Buses
  • Friday, October 25
    • Girls Soccer vs Avon @ 3:30- KICK PINK

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