Saturday night under the lights as Stellos has come a long way from last year. After a tough two win season a year ago, our Cardinals are currently vying for a playoff spot. Thanks to the hard work of the players and second-year coach and BG teacher John Trisciani, the future of BG football looks bright.
Girls Basketball Program Sponsors Woman to Woman: Shooting For Greatness, Raising $20,000 for Local Non-Profit
What started out as a small fundraiser for the BG Girls Basketball Program ended up becoming an evening of empowerment, equity, and inspiration. On October 10, in partnership with the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) at Saint Anselm College, the team held the inaugural Woman-to-Woman: Shooting for Greatness event, welcoming hundreds of student-athletes and their families for a powerhouse panel discussion with some of the state’s most inspiring and extraordinary women.
When you think of a high school marching band, is your first thought, “band geeks, what they do is so easy!” But is it really!? It truly is not that different than the life of an athlete who memorizes plays, drills, and signs. Band students are required to go on a field and play several songs they have memorized to near perfection. They have to stay in choreographed lines, march in coordination with everyone else’s step, continue playing, and possibly hold an instrument that could weigh up to 40 pounds. Not only do they play in field shows, many bands, including our own Cardinal Marching Band, takes part in several parades throughout the year, marching and playing for miles.
At Bishop Guertin, we educate the whole-person. That means we don’t just address the educational needs, but the social and emotional well-being of our students. Formation Day, our annual day of service, is a perfect example of our commitment to this mission.
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Ametur Cor Jesu - Loved be the Sacred Heart ofJesus Ametur Cor Mariae - Loved be the Sacred Heart of Mary ________________________________________________ WINTER BALL NEWS - POSTPONED. STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
COOKIE DECORATING - Cookie decorating for Nashua Soup Kitchen ON Wednesday, December 11th, 2:30-3:30 PM in the BG Cafe. Come decorate cookies to be distributed during our visit to the Nashua Soup Kitchen (12/12). We are also looking for people to bring in plain sugar cookies, frosting, and sprinkles for decorating.
NEST NEWS - As we start having games for the winter season, the Nest will be picking 1 or 2 “games of the week” that everyone should fill the nest at. Players and/or captains, let us know if you have a specific request for a game of the week. We also want to start shouting out an Athlete of the week so if you want to nominate someone, let the Nest leaders, Mr. Lunn or Mrs. Mullin know. With that being said, next week’s game of the week will be on Saturday, December 14th where we have the 4x State Champion Girls Basketball team home opener. More details to come. WHO WILL BE OUR NEXT SUPERFANS???
WALK-A-THON UPDATE - As of today, we have raised $96,218! A display of individual results can be found in the Main Lobby. If you have raised $100 or more, your homeroom teacher will have prizes for you shortly. Walkathon T-shirts can be worn over your uniform only on the day you receive it. Congratulations, everyone!
SPANISH TUTORING- Spanish tutoring is available every Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30-3:00 pm in Room 13.
FRENCH TUTORING - French Peer Tutoring is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 200, 2:30 - 3:00 PM
SCIENCE TUTORING- Science NHS will provide tutoring on Mondays, Room 205, 2:30-3:00 pm.
PARKING 2019-2020 - Please see Mrs. McCabe in RECEPTION to get on the waitlist. You must have a completed form and license. No payment is necessary.
LOST & FOUND ITEMS - Are you missing sunglasses, reading glasses, prescription glasses? Stop by the Optometry Shop in Reception. Also, small items and jewelry can also be claimed. Please check if you are missing something. It also helps towrite your name on everything!
2019-2020 School Office Hours-
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
2019 - 2020 School Bells: Warning Bell - 7:40 am Advisory Bell - 7:43 am Last Bell - 2:28 pm