Wednesday, September 3, 2014

BHS Weekly Newsletter

 BHS NEWS
For more information go to our calendar on the BHS webpage  (http://www.sau25.net/BedfordHigh)Open House
Open House September 4th, 6:00pm - 8:30PM
During the evening you will follow an abbreviated schedule of all of your son or daughter's classes.  You are asked to use Powerschool to print the schedule and bring it with you to school to follow. 
Delayed Opening September 9th:
The High School will have a delayed opening on the 9th to accommodate Tuesday's election.  School will begin for students at 9:50am.
College Information Night September 10th, 6:00 pm, Theater:
This evening is geared toward assisting parents and seniors with the college planning process.
College Athletic Information Night September 17th, 6:00 pm, Theater:
If you are interested in playing athletics at the college level, this evening will help parents and student/athletes with what they need to know now. Topics covered; Athletic Resume, Registering for the NCAA Clearinghouse.
Drop/Add Deadline September 23rd:
This is the last day students may drop or add a course. Students may do so in the counseling office.
School Store:
During Parent Open House please come visit the Bedford High School Dog Pound, the school store, where you can purchase high quality school apparel and an assortment of snacks. The students have enjoyed our small haven in the High School to such an extent that we would like you to experience it. So come and immerse yourself in our wide array of school apparel for you or for your student. We are located near the commons in C127.
Community Service Opportunity Available Thursday 9/4 
Families in Transition is gathering 279 children and teenagers together for a "I AM ONE" event on Thursday 9/4 at Manchester's Veterans Memorial Park. The festival takes place from 5 - 9 pm, students are needed from 5 - 6 pm to participate in a group activity designed to represent the 279 children served by Families in Transition in 2013. Students can report directly to Veteran's Park - please contact Emily Melhorn, Families in Transition Coordinator of Volunteers (EMelhorn@fitnh.org)
BHS: YEARBOOK ~ Order Early
Don't wait until the end of the year to buy your yearbook when you can buy yours today! If you order by September 19th you'll receive four free personalized icons for your cover. To order, go to the library website and visit the Yearbook page. (https://sites.google.com/a/bedfordnhk12.net/bhs_gilcreastj/)

BHS: Library Hours
The school library staff is busy distributing textbooks this week so the hours of operation are from 7:30am - 3:00pm.  The library will resume its normal hours next week starting on Tuesday, September 2nd.  
Mon-Thur:  7:30am - 5:00pm   Fridays:       7:30am - 3:00pm

BHS Senior/Junior Parking Lottery will begin Monday, September 8th
The main office will start taking Campus Parking forms for the lottery on Monday, September 8th and accept them through the end of the school day Friday, September 12th.
Campus Parking forms can be found in the main office.  Please return completed form with $110.00 payment, copies of your driver’s license, and car registration.  All steps must be completed to be eligible.
**You must have a valid drivers license at the time of applying for campus parking.**

Winners will be posted online & in the main office Monday, September 15th. If you are a  lottery winner, please stop by the main office to pick up your parking permit. If you were not picked in the lottery, you will be refunded your money.


IF YOU KNOW OF A FAMILY THAT LIVES IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS:
  • In a shelter
  • In a motel or campground due to the lack of an alternative adequate accommodation
  • In a car, park, abandoned building, or bus or train station
  • Doubled up with other people due to loss of housing or economic hardship
Any school-age children in the family may qualify for certain educational rights and protections under the federal McKinney-Vento Act. For details, please contact a school principal. ( hagenw@sau25.net )
In addition, 2 copies of a colour poster with this information has been sent out to each school and posted in the town Library and Office.
Thank you, Mike
Homeless Liaison for SAU #25

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