Election Results 2018 - 2019
Student Advisors to the School Committee
Harlan (Nico) Carere, Phoebe Gray, Lilah Isenberg, Grace Kane, Ally Kolb
State Student Advisory Council
Madeline Kitch, Lila Newberry
Class of 2021
President Edward Lee, Vice President Tor Metelmann, Secretary Phoebe Gray, Treasurer Laura Jansen, Historian Robert Sheng
Mary-Clare Booth, Katarina Chen, Alexander Fick, Grace Kane, Rachel November
Class of 2020
President Caroline Findlay, Vice President Chloe Park, Secretary Anna Biondo and Ilana Gut,
Treasurer Matthew Brady, Historian Kate Devitt
Matthew Brody, Ella Miller, Olivia Zarzycki, Lila Newberry, William Thomas
Class of 2019
President Brendan Hill, Vice President Shrinidhi Kaushik, Secretary Jess Giorgio, Treasurer Jake Herlihy, Assistant Treasurer Lindsay Gaziano, Historian Matthew Wu
Ben Kargere, Callie Morris, Lulu November, Alexander Park, Lara Zeng
Students enrolled in AP Physics for next year please stop by room 115 and pick up a textbook and summer assignment from Mr. Loosmann.
AP Environmental Science
If you are taking AP Environmental Science next year see Ms. Partridge for the textbook and summer assignment in room 216
Neurobiology or Zoology
If you are taking Neurobiology or Zoology next year, see the district website or Ms. Williams for your summer assignment in room 215
If you are taking AP Bio next year, be sure to stop by room 214 during finals week to pick up a textbook and your summer assignment.
Students enrolled in AP Chemistry next year should pick up a textbook and summer assignment from Mr. Abruzzese in Room 225 before the end of the school year.
AP Computer Science
If you are taking AP Computer Science next year, stop by room 117 to pick up your summer assignment.
Summer Assignments posted online
All Summer Assignments and reading lists are posted online here: Summer Reading
Final Exam Schedule
The Final Exam schedule is now posted outside of the Main office in glass cases on the wall.
IMPROV - June 15
Friday, June 15th, the Performing Arts Company will be hosting an Improv show from 11-11:45 in the Little Theater. All students and staff are invited to come take a study break from exams, or unwind at the end of the year with some of our favorite improv games, completely made up based on your suggestions.
Marauders of the Week
It’s time to announce the new Marauders of the Week! Congratulations to juniors Lindsay Vuong and Jess Giorgio, whose profiles will be posted by the office bulletin board and published in the local newspapers. This is the last time for this school year that we’ll be recognizing Marauders of the Week, but we’ll be back in the fall with all new student profiles. Thank you to the Highpoint staff for making this recognition program possible, and congratulations again to Jess and Lindsay!
A long list of summer opportunities was sent to all students' school emails on Friday.
Presidential Awards Pick-Up
If you did not attend the celebration yesterday, please pick up your awards from Ms. Melnikoff today.
Any student who brought a yearbooks can pick them up in the Main Office only between 10 am and 2 pm only during a free mod. No late passes to class will be given.
Marauder Neckties are now on sale in the main office. Cost $20.00 per necktie
In an effort in keeping BHS a safe and secure school, please do not open or wedge doors during the school day. All doors, except a main entrance lobby door, are locked at 8:15 am. After 8:15 am, students should only use the main lobby door to enter and exit the building. Please do not use any other doors during the school day. At the beginning and end of the school day, students may use any of the outside doors to enter and exit the building.
LOST & FOUND
All items in Lost & Found will be donated to charity on June 20, 2018. If you think you have lost something check the Lost & Found. Also, all items left in lockers and/or classrooms at the end of school will be donated to charity over the summer.
This is a reminder, in your belmontschools.net account, You will receive a link to the BHS student handbook. Please acknowledge that you have read the handbook.
Students are reminded that all vehicles parked in the school parking lot are required to have a parking permit. Parking permits are issued through the main office. In addition, students may only park in the designated student parking area marked by the white lines. Students may not park in the teacher lot marked by the yellow lines. Students parking in the teacher lot will be subject to consequences.
SENIOR OPEN CAMPUS AND PARKING PERMIT APPLICATIONS
Senior open campus and parking permit applications are available for eligible students. Stop by the main office between the hours of 10 am and 1 pm for application(s).
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 and 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 here: