"Kiss Em Goodbye"! Order Hershey's kisses for your senior friends; seniors can buy them too. $1 a bag. On sale outside the cafe, lunch mods, through Friday, May 5. To be delivered in senior classes the last week of classes. Sponsored by the Leadership Team, benefiting girls' education in South Sudan, through She's the First.
The Junior/Senior Prom will take place May 19th at the Boston Marriott Newton. Prom contracts are available in the main office and outside room 216. Tickets are $110 and are on sale through April 28th. Tickets purchase after April 28th will be $150.00. You must have a signed contract and no obligations in order to purchase a ticket.
PE independent study
"Any current BHS junior planning to do a Physical Education Independent Study for the next school year (2017-2018) will need to turn in their independent study form to the Athletic Department by May 1, 2017. PLEASE NOTE: THIS DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM THE PREVIOUS DATE OF JUNE 1, 2017. The change in the due date is needed in order to allocate appropriate staffing. Any current BHS junior who does not turn in a Physical Education independent study form, or inform their guidance counselor they are playing on a BHS Interscholastic Athletic Team by May 1st, will remain scheduled for the Physical Education courses they elected during the scheduling process. Students will NOT be able to drop Physical Education courses from their schedule in the Fall of 2017. Please see your guidance counselor if you have any questions.
PRESIDENT'S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD DEADLINES
Service hours toward this spring's presidential awards must be performed on or before Sunday, April 30. The completed regular documentation forms must be turned in to Ms. Melnikoff by Tuesday, May 2. NOTE: This pertains only to the presidential award. Underclassmen forms for hours being done for regular service credit can continue coming in until June.
A new list of opportunities was sent to all on Wednesday, April 24.
Opportunities for tomorrow, Saturday, April 29.
1. 9-1, Belmont Citizens Forum Lone Tree Hill Volunteer Day, rain or shine! 2 different sites: 1. plant white pines along the Pine Allee; bring a shovel and gloves if you have them. Meet at the white canopy in Lone Tree Hill parking lot on Mill St. or 2. clean up trash on South Pleasant St, across from Star Market and Artefact. For both activities, wear closed-toed shoes, long sleeves & long pants. Bring gloves, bug spray, and a water bottle. No registration; just show up!
2. 10-2PM at the Women's Club (Homer House on Pleasant St, behind Belmont Center) Help move lightweight articles to prepare for a Tag Sale and to prepare the house to be transformed into a Junior League Show House later in the spring. Contact Maryann Scali at 617-484-5524..
The Walk for Hunger is next Sunday, May 7, rain or shine. Join members of the Belmontian Club in their annual volunteering gig at the Cambridge Boat House from 11-4:30. Stamp pledge sheets, hand out water, and cheer for the walkers. Sign up with Ms. Melnikoff.
LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS
A reminder to students please do not leave your belongings unattended anywhere is the building. Also, please make sure if you ride your bikes to school that you lock them
SENIOR OPEN CAMPUS AND PARKING PERMIT APPLICATIONS
Senior open campus and parking permit application are available for eligible students. Stop by the main office between the hours of 10 am and 1 pm for application(s).
LOST & FOUND
All items in Lost & Found will be donated to charity at the end of each quarter. If you think you have lost something check the Lost & Found before April 7.
Students and Staff should be reminded to LOCK their bikes on the bike racks. We have observed numerous bikes not locked.
There have been many reports of student cutting thru resident’s back yards and crossing the railroad tracks to get to the High School. This is considered trespassing and the Belmont Police and MBTA police will be patrolling the area and if caught trespassing laws may be enforced.
Crossing the Commuter Rail tracks is not only highly dangerous but is also considered trespassing. Trespassers are subject to substantial fines and arrest by MBTA Police and Belmont Police.
New to the school in common areas are recycling barrels for beverages.Screw all caps back on before recycling. Blue bins are for paper Green bins are for plastic, aluminum or glass.
Students are encouraged to lock the lock on their lockers. If you are having trouble with your lock/locker please see Mrs. Ouellette in the main office.
High School online store! We have tons of School gear, items include backpacks and gym bags, to iPhone covers and hoodies.
Remember, Belmont High School receives 20% of all purchases! Help support Belmont High by visiting the online school store -http://b1selfshops.com/bps_belmont_high_school …