Announcements : Bulletin
Posted by amatney on 2014-03-13 15:09:18 EDT
March 14, 2014
BEVERLY HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN
We are writing to remind you that the deadline for your students to submit
their application for a scholarship from the Essex Agricultural Society and
Charles Larner Foundation is April 1st. The Essex Agricultural Society is
proud to award these scholarships and last year we awarded over $25,000 in
scholarship monies. There are 2 types of scholarships that are offered -
one from the Essex Agricultural Society in the amount of $1000 per student
and the other - The Charles Larner Foundation Scholarship in the amount of
$2000. Both can be found by accessing Naviance. Any questions feel free to
contact Mrs. Perry at email@example.com.
Beverly High School
978-921-6132 ext 1110
The Beverly Hockey game at the TD Garden is scheduled for 7:45pm on Sunday night. There will be NO fan buses going. Round trip train tickets are $15.00. You can pre-order tickets for the game @ ticketmaster for $10.95 or pay $15.00 at the gate. The team bus leaves at 5:00PM from Briscoe.
“The Paranormal Club” will have a regular meeting for the entire club on March 20th
World of Difference meeting Friday, March 14th at 7:30am
Any freshman who want to order class of 2017 clothing, we will be placing another order at the end of this week. Forms available in room 215, the 4th floor office or from any class officers
Come one come all! “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” performances. Starting next Thursday, March 13th , 7:00pm
Friday, March 14th, 7:00pm
Saturday, March 15th, 7:00pm
Sunday, March 16th, 2:00pm
Tickets can be purchased at the door or go to bhsonline.org
Raising Moral and Happy Children
By: Richard Weissbourd
March 24th 7-9pm , BHS Auditorium
Richard Weissbourd is a child and family psychologist and a lecturer at the
Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is the author of The Vulnerable
Child: What Really Hurts America's Children and What We Can Do About It and
The Parents We Mean to Be: How Well-Intentioned Adults Undermine Children's
Moral and Emotional Development.
Is your teen using a computer, cell phone or any other technology device?
Get educated and get involved in keeping your kids safe in today’s technology age.
Save-the-Date “PARENT EDUCATION NIGHT” WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2014, 6:30-8:30PM at the Beverly High School Auditorium, featuring Joani Geltman, MSW
Learn what sites your kids are on, how your child’s adolescent brain development makes them vulnerable to impulsive actions, understand the legal issues surrounding misuse of theology, and find out what parental controls you should have in place and how to implement them.
**Targets parents of children 4th -12th grades, but all parents are welcome**
Sponsored by Citywide PTO/Detailed invitation to follow.
The 35th Annual Good Friday Walk needs YOUR help, Friday April 18th!
We are actively seeking volunteers (students, teachers, family, friends..)
to help in a variety of roles:
WALKERS with sponsors (each walker is asked to gather $25. or more in total
Registration - morning of the walk, at St. John the Evangelist School
Greeters - morning of the walk, at St. John the Evangelist School
This is a fabulous chance to earn BHS Community Service hours.
We're hoping to have our volunteers in place by April 1st, for planning
purposes. The actual volunteering would be on Friday, April 18th, from 6:45
- 2:30 pm (shifts are available, most can leave by 10:30).
Please see, email or message Faith Potorski (firstname.lastname@example.org), by
April 1st, if you're interested in volunteering. Let her know what you'd
like to volunteer to do!
The Good Friday Walk raises funds to help our friends and neighbors in need
on the North Shore. It was founded 35 years ago by Ray Battistelli, and
continues in his memory, by his family and friends.
97%+ of all donations from The Good Friday Walk go to the poor and those in
need, in our North Shore neighborhoods and towns!
For more information please see www.goodfridaywalk.org
Detention: March 13th - Bisceglia, Borsetti, J.
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