62-59 Mt. valley over Boothbay boys
Boothbay girls win at hall-dale 68-32
The girls game tonight at Hall-Dale will be varsity only and begin at 6:30.
Girls team over Madison 60-24
Congrats to Faith Blethen on becoming the 9th Seahawk to score 1000 points
The girls basketball game scheduled for Saturday, January 12th at Mt. Valley will be VARSITY ONLY and the game time is 6:00 pm
The girls basketball game tonight, Madison @ Boothbay, will be VARSITY ONLY and being at 6:30.
CSD School Board Meeting Canceled, Wed., Jan 9 Due to Weather
Special CSD Trustee's Meeting - Wed., Jan. 16th at 5:15 pm, BRHS Library. The meeting will be to consider applying for a $5 million bond to the Maine Bond Bank, for needed school improvements. Public comments on the project prior to the vote is strongly encouraged.
Tomorrow's home girls basketball gave v. Madison will be VARSITY ONLY and begin at 6:30.
Tonight's boys basketball game v. Hall-Dale has been postponed due to weather
The girls basketball game at Hall-Dale has been postponed to Monday, January 14th due to weather.
Boothbay girls over carrabec 62-19
Boothbay boys over Wiscasset 93-34
Boothbay girls over Telstar 74-19
Mr. Liberti and the high school robotics class attended a Vex Robotics qualifier competition on Saturday, December 15, at Foxcroft Academy. Their effort affords them a trip to the semi-finals. Students build and test their robots in class and then compete in state-wide challenges, earning points. Nice job Seahawks!
The Boothbay Region Has Tremendous Resources If You Need Assistance. Check Them Out Here: https://www.boothbayresources.org
Boothbay holds on for the win 66-63
Tied up 46-46 at the end of the third
Boys basketball up 29-26 at the half
Girls won 69-21
Boothbay girls up 31-14 at the half
If This Doesn't Put You in the Holiday Mood Nothing Will https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABX1lubk6os
Girls Basketball game at home tonight. VARSITY ONLY at 7:00 pm.
Boothbay girls win 60-25
Girls basketball at Lisbon. Boothbay up 32-8 at the half
Some impressive artistic and technical skills being developed in Mr. Powell's Engineering class. Here are two examples by Jamie Major (castle) and Lauren Barclay (black and white building). If you know the Rhino drawing program, the intricacy of these drawings will not be lost on you. Incredible detail, layering and shading went into these pieces. Fantastic ladies!
Boothbay boys with a big win over Lisbon
Boys Basketball home opener tonight v. Lisbon. JV game at 5:30 with varsity to follow.
Any past graduates or community members wanting to enroll in a postsecondary institution can contact Mrs. Johnson for any assistance with the process. Our team is here to help! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to set up an appointment.
We Never Refuse a Student Lunch! There is a rumor circulating that we won't serve a child lunch if they owe the school money for lunches. That is false! No student is ever denied lunch. We do though expect parents to pay for the meals their children eat. They are not free.
Any sophomore that is interested in ordering a class ring but was not at the meeting can pick up a packet in the main office.
BRHS Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Monday, November 19th. Please use the link below to sign up. https://goo.gl/forms/Ixv47JJjxoCGKFkT2 Please contact our main office at 207-633-2421 if you need any assistance.
Check out our BRHS bloggers! Ms. Hammond's grade 9 Digital Literacy students have created lots of great pieces of writing. Click on the link to take a moment to read through a few and leave some feedback! https://kidblog.org/class/digital-literacy-2018/posts
A huge thank you to The First National Bank and to The Community Center for the generous donations to our food closet. We are so fortunate for the support of such wonderful community partners!
Exciting to see Mr. Gorey's students engaged in mock debates representing Maine's candidates for state and local government. It was a superb way to challenge his students to think critically, practice public speaking skills, and engage in the issues. 21st learning at its best!
Nine BRHS students were guests of the Boothbay Region Rotary International. Most of these students were either considering or already students at the VoTech in Bath. The Rotary honored those students for being the next generation of workers in the trades in our state.
Rise in Number of Students Nationally Taking the SAT. In 2017, 1.7 million students took the assessment. In 2018, 2.14 million students have taken it. Average score is 531 in math and 536 in writing and reading. Look at Khan Academy if you need help to raise your scores.
21st Century Learning in Action. I peered in a classroom and saw Faith Blethen, and Gifted and Talented teacher Emily Higgins, learn "coding" through a Mass Online College Course from Harvard. Doesn't get more 21st Century than that! Dr. Laser
Both boys and girls XC teams won the sportsmanship award today.
Congrats XC boys on a 5th place class c state finish
Will Perkins top boy finisher with a 6th place finish
Faith and Glory Blethen finish 3rd and 6th . Waiting on girls team results
Boothbay boys XC finished 3rd in southern Maine regionals
Friday Fun...Jamie laBrecque can solve a rubix cube in under a 1:40. Watch & see! https://vimeo.com/296056858
The high school gifted and talented program visited the FARMS kitchen at the CLC Y on Thursday morning. Students prepared, cooked, plated, and ate a meal made from locally grown foods. The goal of team-building and community growth were achieved! Students suggested for their next visit bringing elementary students to grow relationships across the schools.
5-1 Winthrop. Final score
5-1 Chloe goal
4-0 Winthrop. 14 minutes left. Girls are giving a great effort
2-0 Winthrop at the half
Charles Hall Acton, "Hall", from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, visited the Honors Freshman Science class at the end of September. He talked about the path that got him to NASA as well as technology he helped develop to track asteroids as they come close to Earth. Hall also brought in a sample of material used to collect space dust. Hall visits the area from California each fall and we hope to have him back again next year! https://eyes.nasa.gov/
A reminder of the field hockey playoff tonight v. Winthrop. The game is going to be played at Lewiston High School on the turf and begins at 7:00.
A reminder, free flu shots for all students on October 18th. Permission slips need to be handed in ahead of time. Forms are in the main office.
The Boothbay MVC All-Conference XC Runners: 1st Team: Will Perkins, Fox Elder, Graham Harris, Faith Blethen, Glory Blethen. 2nd Team: Grace Campbell. Honorable Mention: Mason Erhard, Ryan Russell, Blake Erhard. Faith Blethen was also named girls runner of the year.
Congrats to the girls XC team who were MVC runners up. Faith Blethen won her 3rd individual championship in 4 years and Glory Blethen was the MVC runner up.
Congrats to the boys cross country team winning the MVC championship. I am pretty sure this is an mvc record for most consecutive championships and ties the most overall championships by one school
18-16 final. Boothbay wins
18-16 Boothbay. 6 minutes to go
16-12 Camden. 8 minutes left in the 4th
16-6 Camden. 43 seconds left in the 3rd
Correction 8-6 Camden
6-0 at the half
Football game has begun. 6-0 Boothbay is up
Still tied 1-1 at the half
1-1 on a Regan Cola goal
1-0 Winthrop. 16 minutes left in the first half
Final home girls soccer game is about to begin. Thank you to our seniors Amber, Olivia, Reagan and Hannah
Free flu clinic for all students on October 18th. Permission forms must be turned in by October 15th. Please call our main office at 207-633-2421 with any questions.
Due to tomorrow's forecast we will be cancelling the bonfire and parade. We are working to reschedule.
6-0. Another Chloe goal
3rd goal from Chloe. 5-0 Boothbay
4-0 on Chloe’s 2nd goal
3-0 Boothbay. Courtney Meader goal
2-0 Boothbay at the half
2-0 Boothbay. Lexi lane goal off a Courtney Meader assist
1-0 Boothbay on a Chloe Arsenault goal
Field hockey game has begun. Congrats to seniors Lexi, Riley and Maddy
1-0 Winthrop. 12 minutes left in the first half
Field hockey game is going
The girls soccer game at Spruce Mountain, originally to be played on October 10th at 3:30, has been rescheduled to October 9th at 4:00 pm.
4-1 Mt Abram on a PK
3-1 Mt. Abram
Still 2-1 Mt. Abram at the half
2-1 Mt Abram
Tied up 1-1
Girls soccer v. Mt. Abram in 15 minutes
The make-up field hockey game v. Winthrop will be on Saturday, October 6th at 3:00
A reminder about fall high school sports photos after school tomorrow. If you would like to order online, go to lifetouchsports.com and enter the Picture Day ID LG228018X0
The girls soccer game at Monmouth has been postponed due to weather. It will be played tomorrow, October 3rd, at 4:30
Sports picture day is on October 3rd. Please stop by the main office to get an order form if you have not received one already.
The Field Hockey game v. Winthrop tonight has been postponed due to weather.
Boothbay football wins 32-0
Mike hollowell 40 yard rushing touchdown. 34-0 Boothbay
2 point conversion good on a run by Hunter. 26-0 in the third
Defensive touchdown by Boothbay. 24-0
Nick Morley with a touchdown catch. 18-0 Boothbay. 1 minute to the half
Mike Hollowell made a great touchdown catch. Boothbay up 12-0
6-0 end of the first quarter
6-0 Boothbay. Rushing touchdown by Hunter Crocker
Football game has begun. Friday night lights at BRHS
Tied 4-4. Another Reagan goal. 3:30 left in regulation
4-3 Lisbon. 15 minutes left
3-3 game....Hannah Cola scores on penalty kick
Boothbay girls down 3-2 at the half
Reagan Cola ties it up 2-2
Lisbon up 2-1
Tied 1-1. Thirty minutes left in the 1st half
Boothbay girls up 1-0, Reagan Cola goal
A reminder of the girls soccer game tonight at home v. Lisbon, 3:30 start, and the home football game v. Sacopee Valley at 7:00.
Both girls soccer at Hall-Dale and the field hockey game at Dirigo are still being played. The girls soccer bus will leave between 2:15 and 2:30 (as soon as a bus returns from the afternoon run), which will delay the start of the game.
BRHS Open House tomorrow night. Free spaghetti dinner at 5:30 in the cafeteria. We hope to see you there!
Project Graduation meeting tonight at 5:15.
4-1 Boothbay field hockey wins
4-1 Boothbay. 15 minutes left
3-1. Boothbay leads with 20 minutes left
Chloe with the hat trick. Boothbay 3, Lisbon 0
2-0 Boothbay. Arsenault with another goal
Boothbay field hockey up 1-0 on Chloe Arsenault goal
Field hockey game has started
Seahawk field hockey home game tonight v. Lisbon. 4:00 start NOT 3:30
Boothbay Football wins at home
Incredible 15-12 win on a last second touchdown
Still 9-6 after 3
Boothbay 9 John Bapst 6 at the half
Boothbay 0 John Bapst 6 end of 1st
Girls soccer won 2-1
Field hockey at Spruce Mountain for a 4:00 game
Girls home soccer game tonight v. Carrabec with the home football game to follow at 7:00 v. John Bapst
Congrats to the girls soccer team with their 4th win of the year, defeating Wiscasset 3-1 under the lights
Boothbay girls finish 2nd...Faith and Glory Blethen finish first and second
Boothbay boys XC finished 2nd behind Lisbon
Girls soccer at Wiscasset on 9/19 is a 7:00 p.m. start.
Congrats to the Seahawk field hockey team for their 8-3 win over Hall-Dale
Reminder: Financial Aid Night with our Guidance Department at 5:30 tomorrow night.
Boothbay Region High School Open House Thursday, September 27th. A free dinner for students, parents, and teachers at 5:30. Come have a meal and meet our outstanding faculty.
Congratulations to Lilley Harris for being named a National Merit Semi-Finalist!
Correction... Senior Financial Aid Nights is Thursday, September 18th at 5:30 in the library. Thursday, October 11th is our FAFSA filing lab. Parents will be receiving a packet in the mail soon.
There will be a Project Graduation meeting on Wednesday, September 12th at 5:15 in the high school auditorium. Members of the class of 2019 and their parents are encouraged to attend.
BRHS Learners Aim HIgh! Check out our 2017-2018 Student Profile Here https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/198606/School_Profile_17-18.pdf
BRHS Students - Hopefully, everyone is taking advantage of their FREE memberships at the YMCA courtesy of a generous benefactor. As a famous advertisement says: GO FOR IT!