Tuesday, April 16, 2013

BHS Intersession News

Good Morning,

It is my sincere hope that family and friends were not harmed by the tragic event in Boston.  It is an extremely sad day when such a cowardly act can change our lives in an instant.  We are keeping those who lost their lives and those injured in our thoughts and prayers. This morning we took a moment from our day to reflect on the event and remember those involved. 

While we want to honor and acknowledge the people affected by this event, it is important for the students to see that we will conduct our business as usual.  With that said, we plan to move forward with all of our Intersession activities.  If you are concerned about your son or daughter's participation and wish to have them "opt-out" of their scheduled activity, email Sandy Willey at willeys@sau25.net.Please include your son/daughter's name and the Intersession activity they have signed up for. If you choose the opt-out option, your son/daughter will be "excused' absent for the three Intersession days.    

Unfortunately, should you choose the opt-out option, fees for the session will not be refunded as individual fees are evenly shared by all participates and many costs for events have been paid.  

Intersession Advisors will contact you should adjustments in departure/arrival times or events schedules need to be adjusted.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email or by phone at school.  

Be Safe,
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Bill Hagen
Bedford High School

Friday, April 12, 2013

BHS News

Parents of Seniors:
Seniors and parents of seniors:  It's the time of year to start returning any outstanding text books, library books, uniforms, and other items.  Please return any outstanding items as soon as possible.  All items need to be returned no later than June 3rd.  
It is important to note that in order to participate in the graduation ceremony all outstanding obligations must be satisfied.