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Principal's Updates
MAY 20, 2015

Interested in being a 9th Grade Orientation Leader next year?  Complete the form here or contact Mr. Hagan for more information.

10th Graders: Interested in being a Student Representative on the School Board?  Come by the Main Office to complete an application by May 27. 

Thanks to Lule Aden, Edil Hassan, Brooke Hossley, and Dajana Stankovic for participating in the Governor's press conference on Dual Enrollment.  Interested in taking a summer or fall college class?  Contact Dhyana Bradley at dbradley@bsdvt.org.  See press coverage of this event here or here

MAY 19, 2015

REMINDERS - Week of May 18
Final Assessments - Come only for required assessments
  • Tuesday: Blue 1 8:05, Blue 3 10:45
  • Wednesday: Blue 4 8:05, Blue 2 10:45
  • Thursday: White 4 8:05, White 2 10:45
  • Friday: White 1 8:05, White 3 10:45
Homework Center/Make Up Work Time: 1:00-3:00 in the Library Tuesday-Friday

Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day; No School

Tuesday, May 26 – Make Up Finals Day; No School unless approved Make Ups
Wednesday, May 27 – YES Begins – Students come by 9:20

Latest Newsletter here

MAY 12, 2015

We are Vermont Nepalese Student Forum at BHS. As you probably know, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck on April 25 2015. To date 7,365 people have died and thousands more are injured and in need of assistance. We feel devastated that our county Nepal is suffering. Being Nepali students we are trying our best to help. We are organizing a benefit dinner at Burlington High School to raise money for assisting the victims. It would mean so much to us if you would come and donate as much as you feel  you can.

The potluck dinner is this Friday from 4:30 to 7:00 in the BHS cafeteria and please join us. We hope to raise the lots of money, especially after hearing about another big earth quake yesterday. Hope to see you there.

Vermont Nepalese Student Forum
MAY 6, 2015

BHS is proud to be host Muji Karim, former Burlington High School athlete, University of New Hampshire football captain, and bi-lateral amputee, on May 8 at 3:30 at the D.G. Weaver Athletic Complex to speak to students and the community about Running to Rio for the World Paralympic Games.  All are welcome to attend!
Karim has been battling back from a horrific car accident which led to leg amputations three and a half years ago.  Receiving his “Running Prostheses” less than six months ago, Karim now throws distances and runs times that could qualify him as an emerging US Paralympic Athlete.  A CrowdRise account has been set up to help with travel, lodging and miscellaneous expenses to upcoming competitions.  To donate go to: https://www.crowdrise.com/MujiKarimRunningToRio/fundraiser/mujikarim. 
For more info click here.