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Academic and Athletic Award Ceremonies
The Burlington High School Academic Award Night is on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 from 7:00-8:30 PM in the BHS auditorium.  The Academic Awards Night is a special evening in the life of Burlington High School as we have a chance to honor many students who have demonstrated academic excellence and improvement.
The BHS Athletic Awards Assembly is an annual event sponsored by the BHS Boosters.  This years celebration is Monday, June 12th 6:00 pm in the High School Cafeteria. The purpose of this event is for each Varsity Coach to recognize and celebrate the excellence and achievements among student-athletes who have received sport specific post-season honors.  In addition, a few special athletic and leadership awards voted on by coaches are also presented.  
Principal's Updates
Important message for BHS Seniors!

Chromebooks must be returned by tomorrow from graduating seniors. Fine is $75 for the device and $45 for the charger. Students must return the Chromebook and charger or pay fines to be eligible to cross the stage at graduation on Friday.


Graduation Rehearsal is MANDATORY. Rehearsal starts at 8:30AM Thursday, June 15th. Students who do not attend rehearsal will not be allowed to cross the stage on Friday. If you do not have your cap and gown, please arrive at 7:45AM on Thursday to the office to purchase them. The cost is $20.


Rehearsal is followed by brunch. The brunch is a celebration of our graduating class hosted by faculty. This event is for graduates only.



Graduation is Friday, June 16th. Graduates are expected to be lined up and then seated in the cafeteria at 9:15. Early arrival is suggested. Graduation is at 10AM.


All family members with wristbands will be welcomed into the gym. Those wishing to view and who not have wristbands are invited into the air conditioned auditorium to view the event live streamed on a large screen. There is special seating for those who present with mobility challenges in both the auditorium and the gymnasium. 


If you have not picked up wristbands, please come by the office on Thursday


We are looking forward to celebrating all students' achievements on Commencement Day. 

Important Messages for BHS Students
Graduating seniors at BHS:
TomorrowJune 14th is the YES Session Presentation of Learning Day.  Students should arrive at BHS by 8:00am.  We will begin our day in the auditorium.  The last presentation session will conclude at 12:05 followed by a school-wide barbecue.
ChromeBook and charger collection is Wednesday for seniors only, June 14th at 1pm in the gymnasium. Failure to return your ChromeBook will result in a $75 fine and failure to return your charger will result in a $40 fine. All fines are due on Thursday.

Graduation Rehearsal is MANDATORY. Rehearsal starts at 8:30AM Thursday, June 15th

Graduation is Friday, June 16th. Graduates must arrive by 8:45AM. Graduation is at 10AM

Google accounts for seniors will be deleted over the summer. It is important that you save your files in another location. 

Students in Grades 9 through 11: 
TomorrowJune 14th is the YES Session Presentation of Learning Day.  Students should arrive at BHS by 8:00am.  We will begin our day in the auditorium.  The last presentation session will conclude at 12:05 followed by a school-wide barbecue. Dismissal is 2:15PM

Thursday June 15, attendance is only for those needing to make up their YES Presentation of Learning. This needs to be scheduled with YES teachers in advance. 

Friday, June 16th students in Grades 9 through 11 do not attend. 

Monday June 19, students in grades 9-11 are expected to attend from 8:50AM-11:45AM

On Monday students will report to this year's advisory class. They will be given access to a DRAFT of their schedules through PowerSchool.  They will need their charged Chromebook.   Students are expected to attend the classes on their 17-18 schedule to meet their teachers and see their classrooms. Time schedule will be provided. 

Priorities in changing schedules will be for meeting the needs of individual plans, core classes and graduation requirements. Students with such concerns will receive an email from their guidance counselor and will report to guidance after morning advisory. The list of students will also be posted in the office. Without exception, all other schedule corrections will be made by appointment over the summer starting on Tuesday, June 20. Add/drop period for preferences will occur at the start of the school year. Please email BHSGuidance@bsdvt.org with questions or to make an appointment with current contact information. We are providing access to schedules much earlier than in recent years to provide for additional time for changes to occur. We fully understand that changes will need to be made and thank you in advance for your consideration and patience with this new process. 
Yes Program Update
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June 7 2017
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May 31, 2017
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May 24, 2017
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May 18, 2017

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APRIL 21, 2017

"Dear Burlington Community Members,

The following is information about the release of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) Visiting Team Report to Burlington High School. Sharing of this report is a step in an accreditation process."

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APRIL 19, 2017

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APRIL 14, 2017

It has now been a few weeks since a work group comprised of students, parents, teachers, board and community members met to discuss priorities around the school schedule. Engaging in dialogue around the complex issue of scheduling is challenging work. Identifying multiple stakeholder priorities is critical to the process. What resonated clearly was the need to continue engaging students and more families in the process. One of the proposed schedules has much potential including shorter blocks of instructional time. To implement such changes with fidelity teachers need ample time to plan for this change.

Last week it was shared with the Teacher Leadership Council (comprised of teachers representing BHS departments) that we were holding off on changes in order to engage with voices not yet heard and to plan thoughtfully and long term. The Teacher Leadership Council members were asked to share with their departments. The next step was to share with those who participated in the work group followed by this announcement! Next steps moving forward will be included in a BHS Connections before the end of the school year.

Your continued input to this process is important. You will ensure that the needs of students stay at the forefront.
APRIL 12, 2017

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APRIL 11, 2017
To All Seniors
There will be a senior meeting on Thursday, April 20th at 1:00 in the auditorium. Seniors will
be nominating faculty speakers, class speakers and class marshals. Seniors will also be receiving graduation information. 
AP Testing Students
There will be a mandatory pre-test session for all AP students to fill out initial paper work.
This will take place on Tuesday, April 18th, at 10:45 during the end of block 2 in the auditorium at BHS.
APRIL 6, 2017


All dates for Final Exams, YES Program and Graduation remain unchanged. 
June 15th: 1/2 day for Presentation of Learning Make-up, Graduation Rehearsal AM
June 19th: 1/2 day for 9th - 11th grade

APRIL 5, 2017

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APRIL 3, 2017
All 11th Graders on Tuesday, April 4 and Wednesday, April 5 will be participating in the SBAC Exam. We will need all 11th graders to bring in their fully charged Chromebooks and a pair of headphones on those mornings and arrive in their testing rooms by no later than 8:05. Classes for all grades will start @ 11:05. Thank you.
MARCH 30, 2017

On Friday, buses will run on a modified school special schedule. The following bus routes will run on Fri AM: #26, 32, and 33. The following bus routes will run on Fri leaving BHS at 12:15: #41, 42, 143, 48, 50, 51, 52. If your bus is not running on Friday, please plan alternate transportation accordingly. See GMT town bus routes here: http://ridegmt.com/gmt-schedules/
Bike racks are open for business! Please remember to bring a lock!

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MARCH 29, 2017

Thursday, March 30th & Friday, March 31st

    March 30 - Thursday - Blue Day
    March 31 - Friday - White Day            
Block   Time        
    4      8:05 - 9:00        
    1      9:05 - 10:00        
    2      10:05 - 11:00        
    3      11:05 - 12:00        
Students enrolled in a BTC morning class are required to attend their BHS classes on March 30th & 31st. Students are required to attend their afternoon BTC classes as regularly scheduled. Breakfast will be served as usual. Lunch will be available in the cafeteria from 12 - 12:30pm

Buses will run the usual school specials (all routes) on Thursday morning and at noon.
On Friday, busses will run on a modified school special schedule. The following bus routes will run on Fri AM: #26, 32, and 33. The following bus routes will run on Fri leaving BHS at 12:15: #41, 42, 143, 48, 50, 51, 52. If your bus is not running on Friday, please plan alternate transportation accordingly. See CCTA town bus routes here: http://cctaride.org/bus-routes-schedules/
Bike racks are open for business! Please remember to bring a lock!    
MARCH 28, 2017

Spring Parent Teacher Conferences at BHS

On Thursday March 30 and Friday March 31. students will be dismissed at noon from BHS. On Thursday March 30 from  3:00-7:30pm, parents/guardians who have been contacted by faculty are scheduled to meet to discuss their child's academic progress. The conferences are scheduled in advance with teachers. Parents/guardians are always welcome to contact teachers and/or guidance counselors to discuss their child's academic progress at any time in the school year. The spring conference is scheduled  invitational time for teachers  and parents/guardians to share ideas, thoughts and concerns.

What Every Parent Needs to Know About Marijuana
Wednesday, March 29th 6:30-8:30pm
Burlington High School Library
This is a free event. No registration is required, however people are encouraged to join the Facebook event here to help us plan seating. Contact Mariah at mariah@burlingtonpartnership.org with questions. 
Marijuana is the most widely used illicit drug among youth today and is more potent than ever. The chances of our kids encountering marijuana in their tweens and teens have increased. During the teen and young adult years, children are especially susceptible to the negative effects of any drug use, including marijuana. Evidence has shown that marijuana use during the teen years could potentially lower a person’s IQ and interfere with other aspects of academic success and well-being. 
This interactive presentation with Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Margo Austin, is designed to teach parents about changes in research, trends and myths related to marijuana so they can feel prepared and comfortable to have conversations with kids about use. The presentation will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of local experts and discuss with other parents the impact of marijuana use on our kids.
·  Margo Austin, LADC - Student Assistance Program Counselor at BHS
·  Abigail Matchette, LICSW - Centerpoint Services Clinician 
·  Dr. Jill Rinehart, MD - Pediatrian at Hagen, Rinehart, Connelly Pediatrics
·  Dr. Jon Porter, MD - Director of UVM Center for Health & Wellbeing

MARCH 24, 2017

SBAC practice testing will take place on Wednesday March 29 at 8:05AM.
All 11th grade students are expected to be present for this important event. 

All other students are expected to arrive to start classes as normally scheduled at 8:50AM
MARCH 23, 2017

School Board's Statement Reaffirming Commitment to Equity & Inclusion for All Students: http://bit.ly/2nrbDUd


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MARCH 22, 2017

MARCH 17, 2017

2017-2018 School Schedule Update!

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MARCH 16, 2017

The administration of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey on Monday necessitates the following adjustments to our schedule:
Block 1 8:05-9:25
Block 2 9:30-10:50
Block 3 10:55-12:45
Advisory 12:50-1:40
Block 4 1:45-3:05

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MARCH 15, 2017

What's White and White All Over?

Thursday and Friday at BHS! We are ending the week with no blue days! Please note the schedule change. 

MARCH 13, 2017

Coming Events! Mark your calendars!
  • Wed 3/15 Blood Drive in the BHS Gym, 7am-3pm
  • Wed 3/15 Community Scheduling Update, BHS Cafeteria, 5-6pm
  • Wed 3/15 Community Dinner & Dialogue Night, 6-8pm
  • Thurs 3/16 Talent Show, 6:30pm
  • Fri 3/24 Spectrum Sleep Out @BHS 
  • Thurs 3/30 Early Release for Students, 12pm, Parent Teacher Conferences are 3-7:30PM
  • Fri 3/31 Early Release for students, 12pm
MARCH 10, 2017

BHS Spring Sports Student-Athlete Registration
NEW THIS SPRING…ALL required paperwork will be completed on-line via a platform called “Form ReLeaf.” This will allow parents to complete forms ONCE and then you can use auto fill if you have more than one child OR your child plays more than one sport. Medical forms still need be to be handed in because of the requirement for the doctor’s signature. Please access the site from the BHS Athletic website. 
If at any time you need assistance, you can call the FormReleaf Support line at 1-844-367-6735
MARCH 9, 2017

Free College Planning with VSAC


High school juniors, sophomores & parents — Attend College Pathways 2017 for free college planning workshops that cover the admissions process, the application essay, where to find money for college, how to find a school that matches your needs and budget, and much more. Choose from three dates on three different Vermont college campuses. It's all free. Sign up to pick your choice of workshops.

  • March 18, Saint Michael’s College, 9:00 – 1:30

  • April 1 at Castleton University, Castleton, 9:00 – 12:30

  • April 29 at Johnson State College, Johnson, 9:00 – 12:30
FEBRUARY 23,2017

There will be a senior meeting on Thursday, March 9th at 1:00 in the auditorium.
All seniors please plan to attend to receive information about graduation.
FEBRUARY 22, 2017

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FEBRUARY 20, 2017

Happy week-before-winter-break!
Please note on your calendars the following events taking place THIS WEEK!
TODAY! Monday, Feb 20: Community Input Meeting: Course Scheduling Process, 6 - 7:30pm, BHS Cafeteria
Wed - Fri, Feb 22-24: One Act Drama Festival, 7pm BHS Auditorium
Friday, Feb 24: Parent Coffee, 7:30 - 8am
BHS Course Scheduling Process

Invitation to BHS Course Scheduling Process
Community Input Meeting

BHS is considering changes to the student schedule next year in order to provide improved opportunities and experiences for all students at the high school. Our teaching staff have been working the past few months on developing proposals for the new course schedule. Student input has already been gathered through student advisory groups and through innovation classes. This meeting will be an opportunity for students, parents, community members, and staff to give further input before final decisions are made and presented to the administration.

Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Date: Monday, February 20, 2017
Location: Burlington High School Cafeteria

The intention of this meeting is to share, to learn and to add to our information pool before decisions are made. We hope you can join us.
Childcare and refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP your childcare needs to csulliva@bsdvt.org or 802-864-8411
FEBRUARY 15, 2017

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FEBRUARY 8, 2017
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FEBRUARY 3, 2017

Update on Academic Scheduling Process
Burlington High School has had essentially the same schedule for close to twenty years. We have a four block schedule that allows for equal amounts of instructional time for every content area. The blocks are eighty five minutes in length. Staff who have been at BHS since the four block schedule was introduced, almost two decades ago, say that they were to be given the opportunity to revisit the schedule after a couple of years. More than a couple of years have passed and there have been many changes in technology, brain based research on learning, the community and our world.
Schools are much different places than they were twenty years ago. Schools are learning communities that are moving towards proficiency based learning and flexible pathways to graduation driven by students’ personalized learning plans. Students can benefit from keeping up with the changing world.
Development Process
In September the Teacher Leadership Council, representative of the departments performed and After Action Review of scheduling at BHS. We asked four direct questions to help us understand where we were and where we need to be:
  • What was expected to happen?
  • What actually occurred?
  • What went well and why?
  • What can be improved and how?
Working towards solutions and not focusing on what used to be or other factors over which we do not have direct control, the Teacher Leadership Council worked together.  They identified priorities and non-negotiables that help students towards proficiency in our graduate expectations. This work was the agenda for regular and ongoing meetings throughout the Fall. Council members were asked to bring back information to their departments to gather more feedback. The Teacher Leadership Council members worked very hard and had many professional and passionate discussions about student learning.
Several models that are researched based and practiced in other schools were proposed. We shared and discussed these models with staff and students.  The ideas were discussed at monthly parent coffee meetings.  During advisory, students engaged in conversations around what works and what does not work for them.  Students in both the middle and the high school were asked to complete surveys about elective courses. Students in School Innovation Seminar were key in participating in consultancies to help think about the schedule in fresh ways.
Research and Student Input
We referred to and collected research on school schedules that consider length of instruction for different content areas. We considered “what does brain and educational research tell us”  We looked at research around allocated time to instructional and non-instructional activities,  engaged time when students are actually in learning activities and academic learning time which is described as the “precise period when an instructional activity is perfectly aligned with a student’s readiness and learning occurs.”
All of this information has been included in decisions that are being made to best serve students. Students were the focus of each conversation. What has been proposed includes more flexible options for length of instruction, a schedule that aligns with the Burlington Technical Center, preserves advisory and provides lunch periods that better meets the needs of our students while allowing teachers important time to work together.  In December this process was shared at a public board meeting and was met with positive feedback.
Next Steps
Students will  make course selections in the coming weeks that will further help make decisions. There is no proposal for course reductions in any schedule models that have been introduced. Teacher contact time with students remains the same as it currently exists. The proposed new schedule has a Mon/Wed (Blue Day) and Tues/Thurs (White Day) to align with post secondary schools for dual enrollment options, benefiting many students. Students will have a schedule on Friday that is neither the traditional Blue nor White day that will combine classroom instruction and additional opportunities to support growth towards the graduate expectations. Schedule models that may have been shared to this point reflect the teacher’s schedule that includes professional learning time, not the scheduled time for students being planned. The proposed new schedule includes teaching modules (blocks) that can vary from course to course (e.g. some language courses will be offered daily for less than the current eighty five minutes every other day) better in line with learning needs. The proposed new schedule aligns better with the Burlington Tech Center allowing students, who select Tech Ed as an option, more high school course opportunities. The proposed new schedule will include time for teachers to collaborate to make our school an even better place. Scheduled learning experiences are being developed to enhance our school during the time teachers work together, supporting flexible pathways and building community.  There are plans for students to attend full days and be engaged five days a week. Students will start school everyday at the same time to develop consistency in their routines. As the schedule model becomes concrete, more information can and will be shared. Insuring that our best ideas can be implemented before they are communicated as final is critical. There are details that are key to making decisions final.
Again, there is no diminishment of instructional minutes, we are simply restructuring what is available to us. Making decisions that impact many is challenging work that must be done to seek continuous improvement. To not make changes is to not grow and learn. Schools are learning communities, and as such must continue to learn along the way.
FEBRUARY 1, 2017
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JANUARY 25, 2017

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JANUARY 24, 2017

The Burlington Technical Center Preschool is now enrolling for Preschool for the 2017-2018 school year!


Open House - Thursday  February 16, 2017 from 10 am-Noon


Burlington Technical Center

52 Institute Drive

Burlington VT

F Building

Come meet our teachers, tour our large classroom, ask questions, and find out more about what our exciting program has to offer.
The Burlington Technical Center Preschool

The BTC Preschool offers a preschool program for children between the ages of 3 to 5 years of age. Our preschool classrooms are specifically designed to provide a rich pre-school experience for all children and follows the Burlington School District's school calendar. The morning pre-school class is offered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings between 9:45 and 11:45. The full day program is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 9:45 and 1:45.      


Currently, the BTC Preschool is accepting applications for children between the ages of 3-5 years of age. If you are interested in your child being considered, please attend our open house.


We have reasonable tuition for our morning preschool and offer free preschool for our full day program if you utilize Act 166 Funding.


Any questions, contact:

Sara LeBlanc
Preschool Director and Preschool Teacher
Burlington Technical Center
JANUARY 18, 2017
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JANUARY 13, 2017

JANUARY 12, 2017


Wednesday, January 25th is 8th Grade Parent/Guardian Information Night at BHS. All current 8th grade parent/guardians in Burlington should attend this  meeting.  The meeting will include important information about our school, including details on registering current 8th graders for high school. We will  serve supper beforehand and provide childcare, so parent/guardians can feed the whole family and then attend the meeting while their little ones are looked after. Here is the schedule:


6:30 - 7:00  Dinner (cafeteria)

7:00 - 8:15 Meeting for 8th grade parents/guardians (auditorium)
8th grade parent/guardians will receive a letter with an RSVP, to help us plan for childcare and serving supper.
JANUARY 11,2017
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JANUARY 9, 2017

VSAC (Vermont Student Assistance Corporation) invites you to:
FAFSA Completion Workshop
Monday, January 23rd
6:30 – 8:00pm
BHS Library
Your student may be eligible for federal funds for college!
This workshop is for parents (and students) to get assistance in submitting the Federal Financial Aid Form (FAFSA). Prior to the workshop, please establish your FSA (Federal Student Aid) IDs, one for a parent and one for the student (username and password). Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to create the FSA IDs.
Contact the BHS Guidance Department at 802-864-8581 to sign up for the workshop.
Please bring social security #s, green cards, checking/savings  and mutual funds account current balance(s).
JANUARY 4, 2017
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DECEMBER 21,2016
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BHS Connections 12-14-16
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Congrats Scholars!
DECEMBER 14, 2016
Schedule Changes Coming Up!
In conjunction with the faculty, BHS has planned two altered schedule days next week to help best meet the needs of our student body.
Wednesday, December 21 – Blue/White Combo Day:

Thursday, December 22 – Credit Recovery Day:
Similar to last year, December 22 will be used as a day for students to:
  • make up work and/or assessments
  • demonstrate proficiency
  • get extra help
Students needing extra help will be asked to come in to school by 8am that day. Students should check in the main lobby with our attendance coordinator and proceed to the room designated by the teacher. This day is required for students that are invited. All other students need not come to school on this day.
DECEMBER 9, 2016

DECEMBER 7, 2016
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DECEMBER 6, 2016
The following schedule change for Wednesday, December 21st! 

NOVEMBER 30,2016
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NOVEMBER 21, 2016

The Greater Burlington Women's Forum invites you to a FREE film screening of 

the inspiring underdog story KEEPERS OF THE GAME at Burlington High School, Tuesday, November 29th at 6:30pm
The film follows the Salmon River High School girls lacrosse team in Fort Covington, NY, our neighbors to the west: 
Born in Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, lacrosse began as a sacred game, traditionally reserved for men. The Salmon River all-Native girls lacrosse team seeks to be the first Native women’s team to bring home a Section Championship. As the season goes on, the team is faced with increasing ambivalence in their own community and the girls must prove that the game of lacrosse is their rightful inheritance. With more than just the championship on the line, the girls fight to blaze a new path for the next generation of Native women, while still honoring their people’s tradition in a changing world. 
"Did you know that...":
  • Student athletes have an 11% higher graduation rate than non-athletes? 
  • 80% of successful businesswomen at Fortune 500 companies played sports as girls?
  • Student athletes are 4x more likely to go to college. 
  • Female athletes are more successful in math & science
  • It is estimated that 1 out of every 4 schools in the US won’t have schools sports by 2020.
  • November is National Native American Heritage Month http://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/
The film is free, open to the public and appropriate for older children. Run time is 90 minutes with a short panel discussion to follow. Bake sale hosted by BHS Girls Lacrosse Team starting at 6pm
NOVEMBER 16, 2016
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NOVEMBER 9, 2016
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NOVEMBER 3, 2016

Saturday Soccer State Division I Championships:

11:00am Boys: Burlington v. Essex
2:00pm Girls: Burr and Burton v. Colchester

Admission Gate Opens at 9:30am
VPA Gate is $8 Adult and $5 student/senior
Admission price is good for 2 games
Teams take field 1 hour before game
Boosters will open at 10:00am
Boys Basketball sells championship t-shirts 10:00am

XC team will be at States in Thetford at 10am 
Football is at Burr and Burton for 3:00pm Semi Final game

Go Seahorses!

NOVEMBER 2, 2016
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OCTOBER 26, 2016

The BHS Music Department will be having it's Fall Preview Concert on Thursday, October 27th at 7:00 PM in the auditorium. This concert will feature all of our large ensembles Wind Ensemble, Senior Choir, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Freshman Band, Symphonic Strings, and String Orchestra.

ALSO there will be a preview number from this years BHS Musical "Curtains"!

OCTOBER 21,2016

Thank you to everyone who attended Parent Teacher Conferences! It has been great to meet all of you and is such a helpful tool for your student's experience here at BHS to be positive and successful!

Here is a reminder to be sure to create a Canvas account. Canvas is the platform that all teachers use to log assignments, grades, quizzes, etc.
Parents - create an account by going here: ​https://bsdvt.instructure.com/login/canvas

You will need your student's login information in order to connect to their account.
Have questions? See this link to FAQ

Please use this great tool to provide support to our students! 
OCTOBER 19, 2016
Newsletter Day!
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OCTOBER 13, 2016
Next week BHS has 2 "special schedule" days. On Wednesday, 10th and 11th grade should arrive to school by 8:05 (for Pre-ACT and PSAT testing), and 9th and 12th graders should arrive for a 12:30 start to classes. Lunch will run from 11am - 1pm. Classes will end at the usual 3:05pm time. On Thursday, we run a half day schedule 8:05am - noon. Lunch will be served from 11am - 12:30pm. 
School neighborhood special busses will continue to run as usual, in the morning and the afternoon. BHS does not get special busses to accommodate these changes in the schedule. Please plan accordingly.
OCTOBER 12, 2016
Newsletter Day!
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OCTOBER 5, 2016
Newsletter Day! 
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BHS Weekly Newsletter
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College Information Meeting

Our "College Information Night" has been moved! 
We are holding this meeting on October 5th, from 7:30 - 8:30AM in the BHS Auditorium.
​Please note - - this event is for both parents and students of 11th and 12th graders and is now in the MORNING! We are excited about this change and hope to see you there!