Welcome to our school!

Thank you for a wonderful school year! 
Have a safe and restful summer and don’t forget to read!
Biography to Autobiography Project
Mrs. Maxner’s students completed their biography projects this week by becoming the historical figures they studied. Great job, fourth grade!

Run, Jump and Throw
Some of our students participated in the Run, Jump and Throw event with teams from other schools in the district. Go Team B-HVS!
Bristol Rotary Club
Bill Karkheck visited Mrs. Robert’s class with a personalized book 
for each student. Many thanks to Mr. Karkheck and The Bristol Rotary Club!

Garden Help Needed
We are looking for some help with our garden this summer. Please see attached sheet for more information. If you would like to volunteer, please fill it out and return it to school.
Author's Tea in 2nd Grade
Mrs. MacLean’s class hosted their families for an Author’s Tea to share the many books and stories they have written this year.

B-HVS in the news!
B-HVS is on the front page of the Newfound Landing! See the 5/26/16 edition 
of this local, free paper for a picture and brief write-up about our spring 

A reporter from the Citizen visited B-HVS and wrote an article about some of the programs we offer in our greenhouse. You can also see it framed in the greenhouse entryway along with a couple of beautiful pictures of some of the plants the students have grown. Follow the link below to see the article in Thursday’s Citizen (3/31/16) on the B-HVS greenhouse. http://tinyurl.com/hcgsqj7


Congratulations to our Graduates!

B-HVS Yearbooks are In!

Yearbooks will be distributed at the end of next week. If you ordered a copy and have not paid, please send in payment ($7.50 each/checks made payable to B-HVS) on Monday. We do have some extra copies so if you have not ordered a book and would like one, please send in the $7.50 with a note. These extra copies will be sold on a first come, first served basis so don’t wait!
Bear Mountain Farm
Mrs. MacLean’s class visited Bear
Mountain Farm in Alexandria as a culmination to their plant unit. Many thanks to Dilys Morris for hosting us at your beautiful farm!

 NH Veterans Cemetery Service
Mr. Jenkins’ class did some community service at the NH Veterans Cemetery. With the help of NH Veteran Mr. Ron Preble, the students planted flowers (some grown in our greenhouse) in beds and barrels to beautify the cemetery.

Diabetes Dash
Mrs. Maxner’s class also did a community service project this week. They did a “Diabetes Dash” on Friday
to raise money for the Barton Center for Diabetes Education. This organization aims to improve the lives
of children with insulin dependent diabetes through education, recreation and support programs.


Box Tops for Education
 Please keep sending in those Box Tops from General Mills products. We are doing great so far this year!
Subpages (2): Forms Mrs. Paiva