Wednesday, May 8
HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Happy Birthday to: Merreno Bailey, Ethan Bates, Morgan Belcher, Thaddeus Billman, Caleb Levitt, Parker McCluer, Franklyn Mehman, Oscar Shelley
Happy Belated Birthday yesterday to: Matthew Bandy, Helen Sophia Berkemer, Tyler Reeser, Mr. Gerber
IN THE NEWS
Key Club will be selling Grad Grams – white carnation and message – for $1.00 during lunches on Wednesday (May 8), Thursday (May 9), and Friday (May 10). Delivery will be on Wednesday, May 15.
Send your favorite Senior a message!
Key Club would also like to thank everyone who bought jewelry and other items from the Trades of Hope sale.
We raised over $500 which will be donated back to the artisans to help their families. Thank you for supporting such a wonderful world cause!
We hope you can make it to the Bradley Orchestra’s Annual Charity Concert this Wednesday at 7PM! This year it is a benefit for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. There will be a lot of fun music performed in this concert, including movie music, as well as some rock, jazz and hip-hop tunes, and it’s for a great cause!
National Honor Society meeting for prospective members for next school year:
If you think you might want to join NHS, please join us for one of the informational meetings held on Thursday, May 9 or Friday, May 10, from 2:35-3:00pm in A234. This meeting will cover NHS requirements for application.
Parking tickets for graduation-
Discounted parking tickets for graduation are now for sale in the Main Office at Bradley.
They are $3, and there are a limited number of tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Cash or check only.
Remember your graduating student will receive one free ticket in their packet which they will receive at graduation practice.
If you do not purchase them in advance, parking is still available for $5.
AP Testing- May 6-17
All testing will be held in the wrestling room above the main gym. The door to the stairs is in the commons.
Morning testing will be from 7:40 – 11:30 (approx. end time).
If lunch was missed due to testing, it will be immediately following the test, and students will return to class at the end of that lunch period.
Afternoon testing will be from 11:40 – 3:30 (approx. end time).
Students will eat lunch the first part of 5th period from 11:10 – 11:40.
***Reminder that students taking afternoon exams will need to provide their own transportation.***
Date Time (end time approx.) Exam
Thursday, May 9 7:40-11:30 Chemistry
Friday, May 10 7:40-11:30 US History
11:40-3:30 Computer Science
Monday, May 13 7:40-11:30 Biology
11:40-2:00 Physics C-Mech
1:45-4:00 Physics C- Elec/Mag
Tuesday, May 14 7:40-11:30 Calculus AB & BC
Wednesday, May 15 7:40-11:30 English Lang/Comp
Only 5 more spots available for the 2020 Spring Break Tour.
Bradley HS is touring France & Spain during Spring Break of 2020. Don’t miss out and enroll.
Visit: www.eftours.com/2152055PZ Scroll to the bottom to see all that is included and the enroll link to join.
Contacts: Mr. Neuhausel Rm B275 (email@example.com)
JOIN THE BRADLEY COLOR GUARD!
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
PERFORM IN FRONT OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE EVERY WEEK IN THE FALL!
The Bradley Color Guard is an exciting visual component of the Bradley Marching Band. Members will learn dance and flag basics, and will perform at ALL football games, parades, and competitions that the marching band participates in. You’ll even have the opportunity to march in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in February!!!
If you’re interested in joining, please attend the following clinics:
Wednesday, May 8th – 6:00-8:00
Saturday, May 11th – 9:00am-4:00pm**
**lunch provided. There will also be a parent info meeting/Q&A at 3:30.
We hope you will consider joining this exciting, award-winning group!
***From the Attendance Office: ***
Please remember that we do not dismiss a student with a phone call. We must have a written note, or an email (***please give at least 30 minutes notice***) (HBRAttendance@hboe.org) for early dismissals if you send an email. If no note or email, then you will need to come in the building to sign your student out. Please do not call ahead to have them in the office. We will send for them when you get here. We thank you for respecting this procedure.
The Future Business Leaders of America are still collecting metal can tabs and plastic bottle caps as our community service activity. ANY metal can tabs and ANY plastic bottle caps are welcome. Individual donations can be dropped off in room PA134 or place them in my mailbox (West-McLinn). Last semester we collected over 8lbs. of tabs; so start collecting. Let’s beat our first semester record.
-meets every Wednesday in Mr. Crocker’s room (SC140) until 4pm. This is a student led club that involves watching and discussing anime, so if this is a hobby of yours, come join us! Everybody is very friendly! See Mr. Crocker if you have any questions.
-will meet in C104, from 2:30-3:30 on Tuesdays
We meet once a month on Thursdays (Tuesday in February),
2:45-4, in PA103, all Bradley students are welcome!
Chemistry Club meets on Thursdays in SC240
We hope to see you at our next meeting!
Follow us on Twitter: @HBHSchemclub
DAB-Design Advisory BoardThe return of DAB club!
We meet from 2:45-3:45, in SC240!
May 16: TBA
BRADLEY FAITH CLUB
-meets in A135, on Thursdays, after school from 2:40-3:15 PM
Meets twice a month on consecutive Thursdays
Once a month on Tuesdays:
Meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month
GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliance)
We meet every Friday, in room B156, after school, and our only requirement is an open mind – there’s no need to be LGBT yourself, as allies are welcome and encouraged to join!
In C285 on Thursdays
JAGS OF CLAY
Tuesdays on the following dates, after school until 3:30, Rm. C105:
May 14- Last meeting for this school year
meets every Tuesday after school, from 2:45 until 3:45, in Mrs. Gmerek’s room (A133). Anyone who likes math is welcome! Come join in the mathematical fun with us!
We meet once a month on Thursdays, except where noted below. Additional dates will occur for field trips/competitions. We meet in Rm. SC247, immediately after school.
STRATEGY GAME CLUB-
-meets every Thursday in Mr. Crocker’s room (SC140) until 5pm. This is a student-led club that involves playing strategy games.
Summer School information is available on the Innovation Campus’s web page at:
THE DETAILED LIST OF SCHOLARSHIPS can be found on your Naviance account, which includes descriptions, deadlines and links to the scholarships. Log into Naviance and go to the Colleges tab>Scholarships & Money>Scholarship List. Check frequently for continuous additions.
Local community scholarships are rolling in daily. Be sure and check Naviance for the latest additions. They are marked with ** at the end.
More scholarships have been added to the list. New ones are highlighted.
|SCHOLARSHIP LIST as of 5/7/19|
|Abbott & Fenner Scholarship||6/14/19|
|B. Davis Scholarship||5/24/19|
|Big Sun Scholarship||6/19/19|
|OppU Achievers Scholarship||N/A|
|The Columbus Foundation||N/A|
|Urbana Scholarship of Opportunity||N/A|
Wednesday, May 8
Baseball – The Varsity Baseball team will host Hilliard Darby. Game time is scheduled for 5:00.
Rowing – Interested in rowing? Come to the informational meeting on Monday, May 20, at the HUB, from 6:30-7:00 pm or visit
hilliardrowing.com for more information and learn to row dates.