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Posted Thursday, June 10, 2021
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Please read the current Parent Letter for Summer School dated June 9, 2021 from Mr. Timothy Ryan.
Posted Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Two of our students, Kira Davidson and Emilee Northrup, participated virtually this year in the NYSSMA solo festival. Their solos were videotaped and sent in to be adjudicated. Kira performed a level 6 flute solo, which is the highest level, receiving an A. Emilee performed a level 4 vocal solo, receiving a perfect score. Congratulations to both of them! (Extra congratulations for persevering in a difficult year!)
Posted Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Congratulations to the athletes listed below. Pictures are on the Ahtletic Page! Winter Season I Girls Basketball: Taylor ParsonsBoys Basketball: Ethan GregoryGirls Indoor Track: Ethne DeganBoys Indoor Track: Ethan GregoryGirls Bowling: Sasha LamoreeBoys Bowling: Collin Dicks Fall Season IIFootball: Ethan GregoryGirls Soccer: Kate RoefsBoys Soccer: Easton PorterVolleyball: Makenna ClarkCheer: Chelsie Palmer
Monday, June 21stLast Day of School for Grades 7-12 – Early dismissal at 12:15 PM for students NOT in Credit RecoveryThursday June 24thLast Day of School for Grades Pre-K -6 – Full Day!Tuesday, July 6th – July 29thSummer School (no classes on Friday) Additional End of Year Event information will be coming home with Elementary students. A list of events for the Jr-Sr High School will be listed in the next Blue and White!
WoolyCon is an international Spanish comic book writing competition that was held this spring. This year one hundred and thirty-five schools participated from five countries around the world. The B-G Spanish 2 and 4 classes all wrote comics. A few were selected to be entered into the contest. Of those submitted 2 of our students are being recognized. Maddie Blake was nominated for best storyline in the Spanish 2 category and Chelsie (Palmer) Baker won 1st prize for best storyline in the Spanish 3 and above category. We are so very proud of the amazing work these students have done. Congratulations!
The Virginia Butler Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) has selected 21 students in grades 8 & 9 for induction for the 2020-2021 school year. The National Junior Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of leadership, service, character and citizenship. At Bainbridge-Guilford students must be in the 8th or 9th grade and have an overall average of 90 or higher in order to be invited to apply for membership. Membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but also challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service. This year’s members, even while dealing with a global pandemic, were able to raise money through a hat day at school and proceeded to organize a winter clothing drive and used the money they raised to purchase additional items that were needed for the students in our district. Congratulations to this year’s inductees: 9th grade:Madalynn Brown, Lindsey Chambers, Osias Mealing 8th grade:Trevor Bachman, Loegan Barnard, Chandler Benjamin, Vanessa Brazee, Ellie Brown, Samuel Davidson, Owen Fleming, Jamila George, Olivia Hall, Jocelynn Hulbert, Timothy Kinter, Anthony Pfaff, Mia Pfaff, Brock Porter, Blake Prisco, Clare Sullivan, Erinne Sullivan, Gabriel Weisflogg