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BHS PTO - Thanks the following students....
Thanks to the following students for stuffing over 900 envelopes which were sent to BHS families in support of the PTO's fundraising effort.
School Committee Budget Forums
In early April the School Committee will hold two budget forums- a time during which they will discuss budget implications with the community.
Community Service Opportunities
MARCH/APRIL (& APRIL BREAK) and Summer Hospitals
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Daily Announcements
for: Monday, April 28, 2014- Day 1
Prom May 16th
Prom tickets are being sold this week for $120. After May 2nd the price increases to $150. All obligations must be cleared up before purchasing a ticket. Purchase the tickets in Room 216 AFTER the contracts are approved in the Main Office. Last day to ticket sales is May 9th.
AP Pre-Administration
Any student who is taking AP exams and did not do the Pre-Administration please stop by the main office during your free to do it.
Service opportunities
1. Help plant in Belmont's historic greenhouse near Wellington, now through May 5. Flexible scheduling.

2. Help at Winn Brook's Multicultural Evening, Thursday, May 1, 5:45-8:00PM

3. Help with children's games or recycling at the Belmont Department of Public Works Open House on Saturday, May 3, 10AM-2PM

4. The Walk for Hunger is Sunday, May 4. 25 volunteers are needed to work with the Belmontian Club at the Cambridge Boat House with Ms. Melnikoff from 11-4:30. 5. Please help the girls lacrosse team by acting as a "ballperson" during 1 or more home games: 5/2, 5/12, and 5/15 See Ms. Melnikoff
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