We are pleased to announce a night of art, food and music performances! Please join us for the Terrier Music and Arts Night on Wednesday, December 11th at BFUHS.
From 6:00 to 7:00pm there will be a gallery hour with music by the BFUHS Jazz Ensemble. Come walk the gallery of student art work and enjoy live demos on visual art such as sketching, pottery and acrylic paint pouring! As you enjoy the student art gallery, live demos and jazz performances you will also be invited to enjoy refreshments prepared by students from BFUHS foods class!
Following the art gallery there will be a concert in the auditorium from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Come enjoy musical performances of different shapes and sizes throughout the auditorium with minimal to no transition time!
The concert will feature BFUHS Concert Choir, Concert Band and Terrier Big Band in addition to soloists and small ensembles. Selections of music will encompass a wide variety ranging from traditional concert repertoire through holiday fare.
This night of art, music and food is free and open to the public!
It is a pleasure to announce that Kendra Houle has been named the November Elks Student of the Month for Bellows Falls Union High School. Kendra, a senior, is the daughter of Joannie Houle of Bellows Falls.
Friendly and compassionate, Kendra has a lightness to her that radiates kindness and warmth. She is kind to everyone, genuinely cares about others, and goes out of her way to talk to people to see how they are doing. Her quiet demeanor brings calmness to the rushed life of a high school. Although a little shy, she puts herself out there to make others feel welcome. She is a true example of someone who contributes warmth and sincerity to all who cross her path.
As an active learner, Kendra arrives to class early and ready to work. She puts 100% effort into everything she does in class and offers great insights in class discussions. She is willing to work to improve her skills, and she serves as a good role model to her classmates. A quiet leader, she models positive study skills and strategies in the classroom and is a pleasure to work with. In addition to her studies at BFUHS, Kendra is a member of the River Valley Technical Center Horticulture and Natural Resources Program.
Not only does Kendra work hard in her academics, she is also a talented artist who makes the creative process look effortless.
Congratulations, Kendra. BFUHS and the Elks are proud to have you represent us this month with this award.
BFUHS members of Our Voices Exposed (OVX) teamed up with students from BFMS and staff from GFC today to celebrate the Great American Smokeout. Cigarettes are the most littered item on earth, accounting for 38% of all collected litter. Cigarette waste is toxic and the filters are made of plastic fibers.
Today these students cleaned up over 550 cigarette butts and JUUL pods, doing their share to clean up our environment!