On March 8th, the freshmen class will watch a production of Romeo & Juliet performed in the Fogelberg Auditorium at BHS, presented by the Shakespeare Now! Company. Then, on March 23rd, the seniors will leave our walls to go see a production of Macbeth. The Bard is alive and well at BHS. Students should square away their field trip forms ASAP if they haven’t done so already.
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This movie won the 2012 Oscar for Best Short Animated Film. Enjoy.
A new site has begun using technology that criminologists use to create police sketches of criminals based on physical descriptions for a much better purpose: Finding out what your favorite literary characters look like. They put in the character’s descriptions from the book, which creates a sketch of what the character would look like in real life. You can even put in your own requests. Check it out HERE
Missed Poetry Out Loud 2012? That is a tragedy. You should write your concerns to administration on #bhschat. But worry no longer…
With special thanks to Mr. Calvin, you can now watch a rebroadcast of the 2012 finals here.
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Great job to our eight finalists! Excellent performances all around!
Congratulations to the following students who placed in the top three in their Poetry Out Loud Semifinal Round:
WINNER: Emily Murgo with Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas
2nd Place: Michaela Mazure with The Days Gone By
3rd Place (TIE): Allie Hardy with Her Kind; Sarah Horwitz with Blind Curse
WINNER: Marissa Coté with The Painter by John Ashberry
2nd Place (TIE): Sharon Kumar with News; Maya Russell with The Uniform
3rd Place: Alex Moffatt with The Destruction of Sennacherib
WINNER: Zaven Ovian with Sonnet XXIX by William Shakespeare
2nd Place: Laura Simon-Pearson with Conversation
3rd Place (TIE): Katrina Gilstrap with Poor Angels; Luke Schissler with I Felt a Funeral in my Brain
WINNER: Nicolette Moodie with Beautiful Wreckage by W.D. Ehrhart
2nd Place (TIE): Rachel Murgo with Calling Him Back from Layoff; TJ Horgan with The Way it Sometimes is
3rd Place: Nicholas Fahey with Kubla Khan
WINNER: Pranav Menon with Two Guitars by Victor Hernandez Cruz
2nd Place – WILD CARD WINNER: Emily Martin with Calling Him Back from Layoff by Bob Hicok
3rd Place: Isha Mehta with My Brother, the Artist, at Seven
WINNER: Kylie Scott with The Empty Dance Shoes by Cornelius Eady
2nd Place: Edward Gelberg with Ego
3rd Place: Luke O’Donnell with Mingus at the Showplace
WINNER: Toula Papadopoulos with Calling Him Back from Layoff by Bob Hicok
2nd Place: Giovanna Fernandes with A Locked House
3rd Place: Chris Coe with Snow Day
Congratulations to our winners!!! Stay tuned for our Teacher’s Choice Awards!
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Good luck to the competitors!