Friday, April 23

 HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL

 

Friday, April 23, 2021

 

 

Happy Birthday today:  Alexander Koons, Austin Mitchell, Kamal Scott, Jordan White

Happy Birthday this weekend:  Elijah Conner, Jake Duffer, Patrick Haynes, Lainey Maurer, Siman Musse, Justin Brown, Nathan Brown, Cameron Collins, Carson Creeger-Tom, Addison Maley, Waliid Mohamed, Ashleigh Owens, Kayla Pairan, Payton Wile

 

IN THE NEWS

 

Seniors– Don’t forget this Tuesday, April 27, is your senior meeting.  You will have a group senior photo taken (forms for purchasing this are in the Main Office and will be with the photographer.  They can only be purchased on Tuesday).  Also, you will receive your cap and gown ensemble at this time.  You will report to 3rd period, then be called down.

Tolles Seniors– You will go to Tolles in the morning.  A bus will go out to pick you up approx. 9:15 (confirmed time will be given to Tolles), and will take you back approx. 10:30.

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN: Leadership Retreat Planning Committee

Hello, Class of 2022!

We are so excited to begin the application process to select the 10 seniors who will plan next year’s Bradley Leadership Retreat. Applications can be found in the “Class of 2022” Canvas page in the Leadership Retreat module. Applications must be submitted no later than 3 p.m. on Friday, April 30.

Applying to be a member of the planning committee includes three steps:
1. Planning Committee Application
2. Teacher Recommendation
3. Group Interview

Once your application and teacher recommendation have been submitted, Mrs. Cowles and Mr. Allen will reach out to you via Canvas message to schedule your group interview time in early May.

Students who are selected to be on the Leadership PC to plan next year’s retreat will have Leadership Development added to their schedule of classes for 1st semester next year. We will plan the retreat and build leadership skills during this class!

QUESTIONS? See Mrs. Cowles (A116) or Mr. Allen (B155).

 

Bradley Key Club is collecting money in conjunction with the Darby and Davidson Key Clubs to raise money for The Thirst Project. This organization drills freshwater wells in villages around the world where fresh water is needed for its citizens. Collection jars have been placed in classrooms for students and staff to give their change and dollars. Please help Key Club raise money for this project. We appreciate your help!

 

The Thirst Project is a movement of thousands of students who have joined the fight against the global water crisis. The Thirst Project has built an army of socially conscious young people on a mission to end the global water crisis. We know that young people are THE most-powerful agents for social change in the world. We WILL see the end of the global crisis, but not without you!

 

 

Attendance reporting

Parents:  Don’t forget to use the School Messenger app to report absences and early dismissals.

If it is after 12:00pm, please email:

hbrattendance@hboe.org

 

Driving to school

If you are driving to school, there is no charge for a parking tag, but your car must be registered and have a tag hanging from your mirror.

Go in to Canvas to find the google sheet to fill out.  Once this is done, come to the Main Office to pick up your parking tag.  Questions or not able to find the form, stop by the Main Office.

 

JOIN THE BRADLEY COLOR GUARD!

The Bradley Color Guard is an award-winning performance group that is an integral part of the Bradley Marching Band.  The Color Guard performs with the marching band at all football games and competitions – their role is to visually interpret the music through the use of dance and various pieces of equipment, including flags and mock rifles.

 

Bradley also offers a Winter Guard program, where members of the color guard get to compete in a “color guard only” format throughout the state.

 

The Bradley Color Guard has won numerous awards, including multiple “Best Color Guard” awards at marching band competitions. The Bradley Winter Guard was the 2019 Mid East Performance Association State Champion in their class.

 

There is NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY to join, and membership is open to ALL grade levels at HBHS.  Just fill out the form below and we will be sure to contact you with information about clinics/workshops in the spring!

https://forms.gle/7sirHg7vwq2toKHn7

 

Yearbook Application Deadline Extended to 4/30

Are you looking for a new, fun, and exciting class to take next year instead of a boring study hall?  Join Yearbook!  The application deadline has been extended to Friday, April 30th. Pick up an application outside A231 OR get it from our website at https://sites.google.com/hilliardschools.org/bradleyyearbook/home.

 

Attendance reporting

Parents:  Don’t forget to use the School Messenger app to report absences and early dismissals.

If it is after 12:00pm, please email:

hbrattendance@hboe.org

 

Driving to school

If you are driving to school, there is no charge for a parking tag, but your car must be registered and have a tag hanging from your mirror.

Go in to Canvas to find the google sheet to fill out.  Once this is done, come to the Main Office to pick up your parking tag.  Questions or not able to find the form, stop by the Main Office.

 

Anime Club

Meets in SC140 every Wednesday starting November 4, after school until 4pm.

 

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Monthly meetings will be held the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

 

Intramural Sports

Be sure to check out the new Canvas course, HBR – Bradley Intramurals!  Questions, email me at brad_gmerek@hboe.org or stop in and see me in room B252.

 

Key Club meets first and third Mondays after school in the Media Center.  Join us as we raise money for the Thirst Project in conjunction with Darby and Davidson’s Key Clubs.

 

Strategy Game Club

Meets in SC140 every Thursday starting November 5, after school until 5pm.

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE:

 

No news at this time.

 

 

ATHLETICS 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 23

 

TRACK – Boys and Girls Track will travel to Lancaster to begin competition at 4:30.

 

BASEBALL – Varsity Baseball will host Olentangy Liberty at 5:00 on the varsity diamond.  JV and Freshman Baseball will travel to Olentangy Liberty with games beginning at 5:00.  JV will play on the varsity field, and Freshman will play on the JV field.

 

SOFTBALL – Varsity and JV Softball will host Olentangy Liberty at 5:15.  Varsity will play on the varsity softball field, and JV will play on the JV softball field.

 

BOYS VOLLEYBALL – Boys Varsity Volleyball will travel to Delaware Hayes to take the court at 5:30.

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 24

 

BOYS VOLLEYBALL – Boys Varsity and JV Volleyball travel to Olentangy Berlin for tournament competition.  Both Varsity and JV vs Olentangy Berlin at 10:00, then vs New Albany at 11:30.  Varsity competes in the main gym, and JV competes in the aux gym.

 

BASEBALL – Varsity Baseball hosts Teays Valley at 12:00 on the varsity diamond.  JV Baseball travels to Teays Valley at 11:00 on the varsity diamond.