Daily Announcements

Congratulations to BFA Drama for a great performance in the Vermont One Act Festival at Milton High School.  Lia Callahan, Lonna Neidig, and Rosie Newton were recognized by the judges for “Excellence in Acting”.


GLOW will be meeting today in Room B-107.  All are welcome!


Please note the change to the lunch menu on Tuesday, March 21st – Chicken & Biscuits.


** Wednesday, March 22nd there will be NO Enrichment.  All students are to report to their advisories during Enrichment time, the location should be where you go on PLP days.  The first half of Advisory will be taking the YRBS survey and the second half will be devoted to PLPs.


There will be a Blood Drive on March 29th beginning at 8:00 a.m.  Students can donate at age 16 with parental permission, or age 17 and up without it.  Register in the Cafeteria with the Red Cross Club starting on Monday, March 20th, if you would like to donate, or help volunteer if you don’t want to donate.


Seniors:  If you missed the informational meeting last Thursday, you may still sign up to compete in the Bobwhite/Comet Competition.  Please see Mrs. Fraser in Room W-115 to sign up.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  All seniors need to have their vision exam done in the North or South Health Office before the end of the month.  Please come at any time, it will only take a minute.


Have you heard of Peace Corps or AmeriCorps?  Join a new BFA program with the Rotary, Club Interact.  Interact is a nationally known service learning program for high school students.  We plan to do local, state, national and international community service right here from BFA.  Please join us in the PAC on Wednesday, March 29th at 8:10 a.m. during Enrichment.


Interested in becoming a BFA Ambassador and supporting middle school students with their transition to BFA?  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office.  Applications are due April 12th.


During the week of April 3rd Math will be giving the SBAC exams in their dedicated math classes. Please keep this in mind with your 11th grade students.  Goal is to be done by Thursday.  They may be late to some classes in the afternoon if they are finishing in the library.


  • Monday April 3: Wednesday Schedule
  • Tuesday, April 4: Tuesday Schedule
  • Wednesday, April 5:  Wednesday Schedule
  • Thursday, April 6: Tuesday schedule
  • Friday, April 7: Friday Schedule


The English SBAC exams will be held as follows:

Tuesday, April 11 Wednesday, April 12
Modified Schedule TUESDAY SCHEDULE
7:30-8:10 Collaboration / Free Breakfast for Grade 11 Students Collaboration


8:10-11:20 Exams in Assigned Classrooms with Assigned Proctors

Juniors are dismissed from school at conclusion of exam

Period 3


11:25-12:57 Period 6

11:25-11:48 (L1)

11:48-12:11 (L2)

12:11-12:34 (L3)

12:34-12:57 (L4)



1:02-1:52 Period 2 Period 1


1:57-2:47 Period 4 Period 5

11:20-11:57 (L1)

11:57-12:25 (L2)

12:25-12:53 (L3)

12:53-1:21 (L4)

Period 7