BFUHS students, Anna Clark and Nieva Schemm, visited in China with the Governor’s Institute on Asian Cultures. Social Studies department coordinator, Craig Divis serving as the Director of the program for the Governor’s Institute, pose for a picture with them in front of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing.
The band, the Field Hockey Team and others have been challenged to raise awareness for ALS by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge that has swept social media and raised money and awareness for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.
The Bellows Falls Union High School would like to congratulate the following students for being inducted to the National Honor Society; Anna Clark, Dylan Elliot, Ethan Illingworth, Taylor Westfall, Alexandra Harris, Morgan Finnell, Qunn Lawrence, William Moore, August Slater-Dixon, Andrew Hollar, Emily Perry, Christopher Armstrong, Stephanie Green, Kyle Record and McKenzie Brandon.
Art, lunch and entertainment were all on tap as the annual Bellows Falls Woman’s Club sponsored the Bellows Falls Union High School Art Show and unified Arts performance. The BFUHS Foods Class provided a luncheon for the Woman’s Club after they viewed and judged the student’s artwork. First, second and third prizes were awarded to students in each category. The choir and band performed for the Women’s club following the Art Show awards ceremony.
Students in the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union had the opportunity to talk to area employers and explore career options in the 2nd Annual WNESU Career Expo at the Bellows Falls Union High School. The purpose of the Career Expo was to provide students in grades 4-12 a first hand interaction with people from a number of careers. The goal is to excite students about their future and give them the opportunity to see what types of careers are out there now, while they are still in school. There were presenters who explained the many educational choices ahead of them.
March is nationally recognized as Music In Our Schools Month. Throughout the month of March, the BFUHS music department will be running an advocacy campaign. Stay tuned for our student’s and parent’s input on; Why music important. Why it matters. How music impacted lives. Imagine life without music… Music In Our Schools Month throughout March, leading up the BFUHS spring concert on April 3 at 7:00 P.M. For more information, go to our website https://sites.google.com/a/wnesu.com/bfuhs-instrumental-music/music-in-our-schools-month