Friday, October 20, 2017

Friday - Oct 20th

The Student Council is hosting its annual fall American Red Cross Blood Drive on November 1st. If you are 16 years of age or older and meet the height and weight requirements, please consider giving blood. You can sign up to donate with Ms. Cyr in room 306. To get the proper staffing for the day, Ms. Cyr is asking that everyone sign up to donate as soon as possible. Thank you for helping to save lives by giving blood. 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

-The Bonny Eagle Scots Girls Soccer would like to fill the stands with a Sea of Green TODAY!
Any Bonny Eagle student wearing green or BE or Scots apparel will have free admission at the Preliminary Play off game, our #6 Scots vs. #11 Thornton Trojans TODAY at 3:00 pm! Let's give them our support, show our school pride and show them how it's done!   Admission is $4 adults and $2 students otherwise.

-For more post-season fall sports information, please check out the Athletic Website with exciting details - as all of our fall teams have qualified for post-season!

-Volleyball played the Preliminary game at Brunswick/Mt. Ararat yesterday at 6:00...w/ a win over the Dragons and will now play the Quarter Final game at Deering tomorrow at

-Boys Soccer will play the Preliminary Play off game tomorrow at Cheverus at 1:00

-Boys and Girls Cross Country will run at the Regional Championships at the Twin Brook Recreation Area in Cumberland tomorrow with the girls race at 12:10 and boys race at 12:45

-And the final regular season football game today - our #1 Scots vs. the #3 Scarborough Red Storm with a kick off of 7 pm

WISH THEM ALL LUCK!!!  GO SCOTS!!!

Monday, October 16, 2017

Monday - October 6, 2017

All sophomores and juniors please return any calculators borrowed for PSATS, your math teachers need them.

Attention Seniors, Graduation orders will be collected by Jostens on Tuesday, October 17th during all lunches outside the cafeteria. Extra order packets are available in the Main Office

Come meet the new swim coaches. The BEHS swim team will be having team registration night on October 26th begins at 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the Multi Purpose Room. All new and previous swimmers and parents must attend this meeting starting at 6:30pm. Swim suits sizing and team information will be provided during the meeting. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Branch in room 220 B.
        
The first Outing Club Trip will be a hike in the White Mountains on November 4th. Fin permission slips attached to notices around school, or with Ms. Johnson (Room 301) or Mrs. Deans (Room 223). This trip is open to any Bonny Eagle student, you do not have to be a member of the Outing Club.

Kudos go to Mrs. Deptula’s advisory students, Sam Averill, Kaylee Hinckley, Sam Michelson, Katie Napolitano, Zach Ross, RJ Sheldon, Spencer Westcott, Griffin Madore, and Will Hendrix. Yesterday they donated their time to volunteering at the MSSPA in Windham, the only horse rescue sanctuary in New England. Staff at the facility said the students were superb in their effort and demeanor and were a really fantastic representation of Bonny Eagle High School !!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

BEHS will hold Parent/Teacher Conferences on October 19, 2017 from 5 – 8 PM. 
Visit https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Bonny_Eagle_High_School to sign up.
Please call 648-7806 for assistance.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wednesday - 10/4/17

There will be a brief informational meeting for NEW members considering joining Model UN on Wednesday Oct. 11th after school in room 222, no commitment is necessary. There will also be a brief meeting for returning members on Thursday Oct. 12th after school in room 222. Please contact Ms. Dolan or Mr. Mathieu if you can’t attend the meeting, but would like more information.


Congratulations to the girls cross country team. They placed 8th out of 62 teams on Saturday.  Ami Beaumier came in 6th, Kayla Raymond 16th, and Christine Toy 24th out of 749 runners.


Come meet the new swim coaches. The BEHS swim team will be having team registration night on October 26th begins at 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the Multi Purpose Room. All new and previous swimmers and parents must attend this meeting starting at 6:30pm. Swim suits sizing and team information will be provided during the meeting. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Branch in room 220 B.

The Pep Rally and Food Drive to benefit the Good Shepard Food Bank is tomorrow (Thursday).  Students may arrive at the HS at 5:30 and the Rally will begin at 6 am.  Dave Evs from Channel 13 will be running the rally live!  Bring in your non perishable food items to be counted for our chance to be the winning school.  Wear your green and white... it's a great way to show our school spirit towards this worthy cause.  An activities day schedule will run.  Check our your student's Facebook Class page for the schedule.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Monday - Sept 25th

Catcher in the Rye…Handmaid’s Tale…Harry Potter…What’s your favorite book? Chances are good that someone has tried to ban it. Celebrate YOUR freedom to read during Banned Books Week this week. Stop in the library to see the display of other books that have been banned and to take one home with you.  WORDS HAVE POWER!!!

The Bonny Eagle Code Club is looking for new members to start the 2017-18 school year. If interested, come to room 107 on Wednesday, September 27th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm


Fill the Bus is underway.  Mr. Penna loads the bus as students Madison, Olivia, Hannah and Anthony bring the donated supplies out of the school.  Classes are competing to see who can bring in the most NEW school supplies... as of last Friday the Sophomores were leading with 52 items, followed by Staff 41 items, Juniors 29 items, Seniors 21 items and in last place the Freshmen 5 items.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Friday - 9/22/17

Friday - 9/22/17

The Bonny Eagle Code Club is looking for new members to start the 2017-18 school year. If interested, come to room 107 on Wednesday, September 27th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm


Senior pictures and quotes are due no later than October 27th. If you need someone to take your senior picture, check in with Mrs. Templeton Bush in Room ½. For more information grab a flyer from the senior board across from the MPR. Yearbooks are on early bird special through the rest of the month for only $45.00! Bring cash or check to the front office to secure your copy of the 2017/18 yearbook.


If you have a block 5 study hall or early dismissal, please consider volunteering with the Teen Trendsetters. This is a mentoring program where High School students read and do fun activities with elementary students at Buxton Center during block 5 once a week. Plus it’s a fun way to get community service hours! See Ms. Wade in Student Services for more information or an application.


Juniors and Seniors, there is a calendar on the Student Services website for college representative visits. Please check it out and if interested in meeting with any of the colleges listed please contact student services to sign up. You can either stop by or email the student services staff to sign up.