Brunswick High School News 3-24-21

BHS announcements for March 24, 2021 are available at: https://youtu.be/v1XS0Cz13Ok


Change in FCPS To-Go Food Distribution During Spring Break

Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS) is serving breakfast, lunch and supper to-go during spring break.

To-go meals for Monday, March 29 will be distributed on Friday, March 26 following the regular to-go meal distribution schedule and locations.

FCPS Food and Nutrition Services will also distribute to-go breakfast, lunch and supper twice during spring break at 15 schools and two community drop-off sites.

SPRING BREAK MEAL DISTRIBUTION

To-go breakfast, lunch and supper will be provided on:

  • Tuesday, March 30 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. for 2 days (3/30 and 3/31).
  • Thursday, April 1 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. for 6 days (4/1 through 4/6).

LOCATIONS

SCHOOLS: Ballenger Creek Elementary, Brunswick Elementary, Centerville Elementary, Deer Crossing Elementary, Governor Thomas Johnson High, Hillcrest Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Middletown High, Monocacy Elementary, Myersville Elementary, Spring Ridge Elementary, Thurmont Middle, Twin Ridge Elementary, Waverley Elementary, Windsor Knolls Middle

COMMUNITY DROP-OFF SITES: Frederick Shopping Center Parking Lot, 1305 West 7th Street; Discovery Shopping Center Parking Lot, 8425 Woodsboro Pike, Walkersville

NOTE: Children do not have to be present to pick up meals. A parent or other adult can pick up the meals. Meal service in the schools for children following the hybrid model will resume on Tuesday, April 6 at all schools. Our regular to-go meal distribution schedule and locations will resume on Wednesday, April 7.

Contact FCPS Food and Nutrition Services at 301-644-5061 with questions or visit: www.fcpsnutrition.com.


Music: The Sound of My Heart

Hello Brunswick Elementary!

Ms. Fishel and Mr. Cook want to give a big shout out to all of the students and staff who submitted pictures for our 2021 Music In Our Schools Month(R) project.  This year’s theme is “Music:  The Sound of My Heart” and we had over 80 people participate to make the video linked below.  BES has a long tradition of musical excellence both in the classroom and in our performing ensembles.  In music class, students engage in singing, learning about and playing instruments, moving to music, improvising, performing grade-level musicals and concerts, and even composing music.

Please join us next week for two music spirit days.  On Tuesday, March 23rd we invite you to dress as your favorite musician, and on Thursday, March 25th we invite you to wear your favorite music shirt, symbol, or instrument.  Thank you for helping us to celebrate Music in Our Schools Month and for supporting the music program at BES!

https://www.wevideo.com/view/2097362413


FCPS Challenges Program to Change Name

The Frederick County Public Schools Challenges Program will soon be changing its name to either Communication Connections or Expressions, and we would love your vote, and feedback, on the final selection.

The Challenges Program provides integrated support to students with autism and/or severe communication disorders.

A workgroup was organized to create a new moniker that would not only embody the purpose of the program, but would also evoke a sense of optimism associated with positive student outcomes. The group discussed many possibilities, settling on two names. The public is being asked to weigh in.

If you would like to vote for your preference, please visit the following weblink to do so: https://pubforms.fcps.org/view.php?id=81174.

Voting will close April 16.


EGG MY YARD!

Easter is coming. BHS seniors are moonlighting as Easter Bunnies hiding eggs in your yard. Join the fun.
Benefits Safe & Sane 2021

Egg My Yard Flyer/Order Form (https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/Frederick/GetFile.aspx?DocId=14397)

Jim Castle
Staff Writer Jim Castle