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3rd Quarter Honor Roll Announced! Congratulations!

posted Apr 20, 2018, 8:19 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Apr 20, 2018, 8:20 AM ]

BELFAST AREA HIGH SCHOOL

QUARTER 3 HONOR ROLL

 2017/2018

Quarter 3

Grade 9

HIGH HONORS:

Ashley Blais, Ruby Day, Kaitlyn Duffelmeyer, Alice Dyer, Ethan Hall, Jordan Kulbe, Lillie Mitchell, Liliane Robbins.

HONORS:

Alice Andrews, Isabel Baughman, Macy Burgess, Orianna Cort, Summer Deans,  Adrian Doyne-Ditmas, Sophia Fay, Sarah Fuller, Lindsey Goughnour, Hailey Hall, Emily Hills, Shelby Hooper, Nicholas Kelley, Willoe Kirkpatrick, Audrey Lagerbom, Grace Littlefield, Hannah Littlefield, Phoebe Norman, Evan Rolfe, Olivia Smith, Ethan Suderley, Tanner Veilleux, Lucas Walker, Thomas Walker, Sadie Wheeler, Emily Woods, Sarah Woods.

COMMENDABLE:

Ella Ardizoni, Jason Bartlett, Madison Burgess, Sawyer Carson, Kiara Doolan, Jaim French, Steven Friel, Joshua Gerry, Jasmin Harvey, Christopher Kelley, Matthew LeBlanc, Hailee Lindelof, Chase McAllian, , Ruth-Anne Pease, Cameron Sanders, Kelsey Talgo, Samuel Veevaert.

 

Grade 10

HIGH HONORS:

Alicia Berube, Joshua Chun, Lindsey Cross, Harmony Dawson, Kayla Payson, Katherine Ritchie, Sydney Sanders, Jie Ning Zhu.

HONORS:

Hannah Banks, Vincent Bonarrigo, Dillon Chapman, Elijah Silveira Charbonnier, Anna Coleman, Dakota Cooper, Zachary Cunningham, Autumn Daley, Kayci Faulkingham, Daniel Groening, Tyler Kirkpatrick, Gabrielle Leeman, Dakota Payson, Brooke Richards, Emma Richards, Junne Robertson-Mcintire, Ashlynne Amaro-Ronayne, Chloe Harvey, Eleanor Prespolis, Sophie Richdale, Peter Shelton,  

COMMENDABLE:

Laila Al-Matrouk, Jenna Brassbridge, Halie Jerome, Klairha Larrabee, Skylee Middleton, Gary Moline, Sydni Moores, Mary Robbins, Brian Spaulding.

 

Grade 11

High Honors:

Thea Cannon, Samuel Davis, Amy Gaiero, Angela Ploysangngam, Isabella Robishaw, Samuel Spectre.

HONORS:

Mackenzie Banks, Lauren Blood, Maya Cunningham, Gia Davila, Alyssa Field, Ayla Fitzjurls, Ryan Fitzjurls, Lucas Hamlin, Cassidy Jackson, Cameron Johnson, Cali Joseph, Annica Kelley, Kyra Kilby, Justine Larrabee, Max Lewis, Elizabeth Maguire, Trevor Martell, Madison Martz, Logan McHaney, Brendan Moline, Tara O’Donovan, Aiden Pike, Mackenzie Thomas, Rowan Walsh.

COMMENDABLE:

Lindsay Bruns, Quinnten Silveira Charbonnier, Cassidy Clark, Cassandra Cunningham, Grady Doolan, Kyle Hews, Matthew Kelley, Madison Larrabee, Harrison Merchant, Donald Patten, Brian Rollerson, Logan Stevens, Karagen Stone, Damien Tripp.

 

Grade 12

HIGH HONORS:

Amber Beaulieu, Alison DeFeo, Dakoda Doolan, Alexander Doyne-Ditmas, Grace Emrich, Olivia LaRoche, Olivia Lovejoy, Jesse Perry, Brianna Rushlow, Starr Warner.

HONORS:

Tyler Bartlett, Kari Beers, Kendra Belden, Sierra Bowden, Declan Brinn, Julia Cerone, Chase Curry, Katherine Daggett, Zoe Deans, Octavia Evans, Samuel Goscinski, Konnor Harford, Madison Hemingway, Olivia Hills, Samantha Hills, Emily Jolliffe, Evan Kennedy, Kelsey Mehuren, Ethan Mitchell, Alexander Newcomb, Montana Paige, Charles Resh, James Robbins, Alyssa Ryder, John Schmitt, Clara Snow, Stanley Sturgis, Christian Sukeforth, Alexia Sweet, Kristina Walker, David Warren, Jacob Waterman, Troy Wiseman, Macartney Wyatt.

COMMENDABLE:

Kaylee Allen, McKenzie Eaton, Kinley Friend, Macy Gale, Connor Gould, Alicia Greene, Abigail Heath, Charles Lagerbom, Jack Littlefield, Skylar Perkins, Malisha Perrigo, Jacob Racioppi, Nicholas Salvatore, William Schnetzer, Ricky Smith, Alia Wallace, Hosler Whitney, Sabrina Wood.

 

BAHS Track Athletes Honored at State House!

posted Apr 13, 2018, 5:18 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Apr 13, 2018, 5:18 AM ]

BAHS Indoor Track athletes who qualified for the New England meet were recognized at the State House on April 12. The athletes recognized were Emily Jolliffe, Kelsey Mehuren, Zoe Deans, Hannah Sanderson, Mackenzie Banks, Jack Hansen and Junne Robertson-McIntire.

New BAHS National Honor Society Members Inducted!

posted Apr 11, 2018, 12:39 PM by Butch Richards   [ updated Apr 11, 2018, 12:42 PM ]


21  Students from Belfast Area High School were inducted into membership of the National Honor Society in a ceremony held at the school on Wednesday, April 11th.

Selection involved a Faculty Council who considered Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character for members.


Students inducted were:

Seniors:  Cassandra Cunningham and Christian Sukeforth

Juniors: Mackenzie Banks, Lauren Blood, Jillian Clapp, Samuel Davis, Ryan Fitzjurls, Amy Gaiero, Annica Kelley, Max Lewis, Trevor Martell, Logan McHaney, Brendan Moline, Donald Patten, Aidan Pike, Audrey Richdale, Isabella Robishaw, Angela Ploysangngam (Rogers), Quinnten Silveira-Charbonnier, Samuel Spectre and Rowan Walsh


The Belfast Area High School Chapter has been active since early 1930’s.


The National Honor Society ranks as one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for high school students.  Chapters exist in more than 60% of the nation’s high schools and since, 1921, millions of students have been selected for membership.  Millions of dollars in scholarships have been awarded to senior members since 1945 by the sponsoring organization, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).


Thank You Bridges Students and Staff!

posted Apr 6, 2018, 6:54 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Apr 6, 2018, 6:55 AM ]

We are pleased to announce that we now have real silverware in CAFE!  After our K-CUP idea students and staff brainstormed "what else can we do?" A huge thank you to Perley Martin who responded quickly to our email to get rid of plastic utensils.  He has been on board with student driven ideas about the plastic and styrofoam waste. He was in the process to get us silverware next school year but today the kitchen received a box!  RSU71 as a district is extremely supportive! A big thank you to our individual classes who helped unpackaged, washed and sort the silverware!!

JMG Students Participate in Career Development Conference!

posted Mar 28, 2018, 5:00 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 28, 2018, 5:00 AM ]

Congratulations to the JMG students for a very successful Career Development Conference at Thomas College on 3/27. Here are some highlights - 
   - Tyler salo won 1st place for Prepared Public Speech.
   - Jesse Perry won 1st place for Job Interview (picture with award attached).
   - Our Marketing Presentation Team (Jesse Perry, Jessica Colcord and Lyndsay Bruns) won 1st
      place (picture with award attached).
   - Our Information Booth, manned by Jillian Young and Terrianne Clark, placed 3rd in the state.

Congratulations again, you represented your school in a very positive and professional manner.

Congratulations to the Quarter 3 Students of the Quarter!

posted Mar 26, 2018, 11:39 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 26, 2018, 11:39 AM ]


Making Up Storm Days Plan

posted Mar 22, 2018, 10:24 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 22, 2018, 10:24 AM ]

           
Barring no more storm days, in order to make up two storm days, the two remaining early release days become full student days (4/12, 5/18) and the remaining professional development day (4/13) will become a full student day. The previously scheduled professional development activities will be scheduled on Thursday, 6/21, and Monday, 6/25.The final student day, at this point in time will be Wednesday, 6/20. Our Superintendent Dr. Knowles will be requesting a five (5) day waiver for graduating seniors. There is no guarantee the Commissioner of Education will grant the request. If the waiver is not granted, seniors will need to return to school for five(5) days, following graduation.

Watch the video: National Honor Society Speaks to Ethical Integrity at Assembly

posted Mar 16, 2018, 6:50 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 16, 2018, 6:52 AM ]

NHS video.mp4


Seniors Check Out the College Decision Day Opportunity!

posted Mar 15, 2018, 2:01 PM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 15, 2018, 2:01 PM ]

For the fourth year, the College Board is hosting its annual Collegiance College Decision Day social media contest to celebrate college-bound students across the country. Students who share a video, Boomerang or photo announcing their college decision with the hashtag #Collegiance on Instagram will be entered for a chance to win $5,000.

This year, Maine students can enter for an additional opportunity to win money for college. Maine students can include #CollegianceME in their post for a chance to win $500.

Visit collegiance.org to learn more about Collegiance.

WCTC Students Compete in SkillsUSA Competition

posted Mar 6, 2018, 5:38 AM by Butch Richards   [ updated Mar 6, 2018, 5:38 AM ]

Belfast Area High School students Bryce Caldwell and Cameron Kinney earned Silver Medals in the competition! Congratulations!
Here is the list of medalists from the Waldo County Technical Center:
Bronze:
Connor Dodge -MVHS/Graphic Design - Advertising Design
Jillian Fraser - MVHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Austin Nielsen - SDHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Hatti Gibbs - SDHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Clayton Marsh - home schooled/Computer Careers - Info Tech Services
Silver:
Bryce Caldwell - BAHS/Computer Careers - Internetworking
Cameron Kinney - BAHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Austin Nielsen - SDHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Isaiah Runci - SDHS/Outdoor Leadership - Community Service team member
Gold:
Holden Clapp - SDHS/Computer Careers - Prepared Speech

Please congratulate these students for a job well done!!

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