Friday, December 3
HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Friday, December 3, 2021
Happy Birthday today: Jack Anderson, Emma Bradley, Ridwan Mohamoud, Brady Rasor
Happy Birthday this weekend: Saturday: Joselyn Calderon, Mark Erwin, Lydia Martin, Arely Trinidad Garcia; Sunday: Dominic DelBoccio, Benjamin Haskins, Grahme Huey, Jiya Patel, Mrs. Boiarski
IN THE NEWS
Students: Please watch your speed on Walker Rd in the school zone, before and after school. The speed limit is 20mph while the flashing lights are on.
Community Action Planning students have organized two different collection drives. Please consider donating!
- There is going to be a stuffed animal drive from November 29th through December 8th. We are giving the stuffed animals to a nonprofit organization, Bed Brigade. The drop off boxes will be at B173, A134, outside of media center and outside of main office!
Email Malorie.Castle@hilliardschools.org with questions.
- We are also running a winter clothes drive to benefit people in need. You can donate new or gently used coats, jackets, mittens, gloves, hats, earmuffs, and scarves.
Parents / Students: If a student has a zoom/in-building appointment with an outside source, and they will be staying in the building for this, they still need a parent permission note for missing class(es). This is the same procedure as though they are leaving the building. They will need to sign out and back in at the Attendance office to make sure they get excused. It can be reported in School Messenger, or an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or give your student a note to give the attendance office.
If we don’t receive notification from parents, the student will be unexcused.
Students/Parents: When a parent is dropping off something for their student, we will let the parent in to the vestibule to drop the item off on the table. Please make sure there is a name on it (pen and sticky notes are provided), and that the student is aware it has been dropped off.
Parking tags for this year: If you have registered your vehicle, please come to the Main Office to pick up your parking tag.
Bus notes: At this time, transportation is not allowing students to ride home with a friend. We will let you know if this changes.
NO Change or vending machine refunds: The office does not have change or refunds. For refunds, you will need to call the number on the machine.
NO Food deliveries: Remember that no food deliveries are allowed during the school day.
BRADLEY CLUBS INFO:
There is a full list of clubs and descriptions in the rack on the wall in the Main office.
REMINDER: when there is no school, there are no club meetings.
*Chess Club has a new start date!*
The first meeting will be Tuesday, December 7, in the Aux Commons!
Art Club: Every other Tuesday, starting with Sept. 14, 2:32-3:30, C104
Chess Club: Every Tuesday, after school until 4pm, starting Dec. 7
Diversity Club: 2:45-4pm in C285; Tu-Dec. 7, We-Jan. 12, Tu-Jan 18, We- Feb 9, Tu-Feb 15, We-Mar 2, Tu-Mar 15, We-Apr 13, Tu- Apr 19, May 10, May 17
Film Club: Next meetings on Dec 8 in SC147
Future Engineers Club: Every Monday, 2:50-4:00, PA132
Future Medicals: Meets 2nd/4th Monday in SC147
Interact Club Meeting Dates: more dates soon
Jags of Clay: Tues. Dec. 7, Mon., Dec. 13
Key Club: Dec. 6, Jan. 3, Feb. 7, March 7, 21, April 4, 18, May 2, 16
Math Club: every Friday, 2:40-3:30, in A133
The Future Business Leaders of America: 2nd Thursday of the month
Strategy Game Club: Meets every Thursday (when school is in session) starting with Nov. 4
UNICEF Club: 2:40-4:00 – Dec. 15. Meetings are held in Room C285 (if occupied we will be in Room B254)
GUIDANCE OFFICE-STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Local Scholarship Opportunity
THE “JOHN KUDART – SKILLED TRADES” SCHOLARSHIP
INSPIRATION: Mr. John Kudart served as the District’s HVAC Coordinator for over a decade prior to his premature passing due to cancer. He was an upstanding professional that operated an energy management program of the highest level in the state of Ohio, helping save the District millions of dollars over that time. He was an outdoorsman & family man. John’s wish was to help others interested in the skilled trades to pursue their dreams and realize the satisfaction and blessings that can be found in such work.
If you are planning to attend a trade school or college for a trades skill, please go to Naviance or see Mrs. Wintrich in guidance for an application.
ATHLETICS for Friday & Saturday, December 3 & 4
FRIDAY, DEC 3
4:30 Freshman at Upper Arlington
6:00 JV at Upper Arlington
7:30 Varsity at Upper Arlington
6:00 JV hosts Upper Arlington
7:30 Varsity hosts Upper Arlington
SATURDAY, DEC 4
12:00 JV at Bishop Watterson
1:30 Varsity at Bishop Watterson
9:00 Varsity at Olentangy (Lewis Center)
10:00 JV at Darby