Bishop Montgomery High School
5430 Torrance Boulevard, Torrance, California 90503 (310) 540 - 2021 www.bmhs-la.org
Parent Newsletter May 2013
From the Principal: Ms. Rosemary Distaso-Libbon, Principal Dear Parents, The 2012-2013 school year is quickly drawing to a close. The seniors are, of course, counting down the remaining school days! It is hard to believe that we are already in the month of May. I pray for all of you at the end of each school year in a very particular way—especially the senior parents—who I know look at their children at this moment of transition and see the young man or woman of today, the echo of the child that once was, and at the same time the promise of what he or she will become in the future. I know that this is true for every parent, but especially for the parents of our seniors. The moment is, indeed, bittersweet. Congratulations to the Class of 2013 Valedictorians: Denice Belandres, Lisa Bell, Lauren Hugo, Dani Lee, Adriana Martin, Stephan Misak, and Melissa Villalon. We are so proud of them! The following are important dates to note: · Thursday, May 2, May Crowning Mass, 8:00 a.m., Senior Mothers’ Mass · Friday, May 3, Senior Prom at the L.A. Biltmore, Senior Ditch Day · Monday, May 6, Faculty Meeting, 8:45 a.m. start · Friday, May 10, Teacher Appreciation Day · Thursday, May 23, Baccalaureate Mass, American Martyrs Church, 7:00 p.m. · Friday, May 24, Student Holiday · Monday, May 27, Memorial Day, Holiday · Thursday, May 30, Senior Awards · Friday, May 31, Graduation, 12:30 p.m. (Grades 9-11, no classes, home study day) On Thursday, May 2, we celebrate Mary, the Mother of Jesus at our May Crowning Mass. Senior mothers will be our guests and the Mass will be offered for the intentions of all the mothers in our Bishop Montgomery community. This is always a special Mass, our seniors’ last Mass together on campus before they leave us. I hope many senior mothers will be present, but if you cannot attend, please know you will be in our prayers. I ask that you pray for our students who will sit for the Advanced Placement Examinations in May as well as for all of those students accepting leadership positions in student government for the 2013-2014 school year.
I ask special prayers, as well, for our seniors, Class of 2013, as they turn their attention to their last weeks at Bishop Montgomery. We pray that they fully enjoy every graduation event, that they each make good decisions, and remain safe. During the senior assembly, the administrators met with the class and emphasized the importance of safety as well as of following parental and school rules and directives. Please be aware that Bishop Montgomery does not support, sponsor, or supervise any gatherings, trips, or parties that are not listed in the school calendar. It is important for your protection to note that any parties you may choose to host for a group of students at your home encumber you with the liability for the safety of those students attending and for their safety after they leave your home. There are so many choices for our seniors during these many events and we want to do everything we can to support their good decisions and their well-being. Life is fragile and we know that we don’t always remember that—particularly when we are young and feel invincible. Finally, thank you, parents, for your support and for sharing your children with us. You, the students, the faculty, and the staff are a daily cause of thanksgiving in my life. As we come to the end of the year, I offer this prayer for you—one that I offer for you at the end of each year with the hope that you will understand and experience God’s unconditional love. I pray that Christ will be more and more at home in your hearts, living within you as you trust in Him. May your roots go down deep into the soil of God’s marvelous love, and may you be able to feel and understand how long, how wide, how deep and how high His love really is, and to experience this love for yourselves, though it is so great that you will never see the end of it or fully understand it—and so at last you will be filled up with God Himself. –St. Paul’s letter to the Ephesians 3:17-19-
Rosemary Libbon Principal
Guidance & Curriculum Ms. Yvette Vigón-Morffi - Vice Principal - ext. 231 Mrs. Casey Dunn - Guidance/Studies Coordinator - ext. 226
With the school year quickly drawing to a close, we are now preparing for the Senior Awards Ceremony. The event will be held Thursday, May 30th at 10:00am. Student and parent invitations will be distributed and mailed, respectively, during May. For students taking AP exams during May, I want to reiterate the College Board’s policy regarding cell phones and other electronic communication devices. These items should not be brought into the testing location at all. Having the cell phone or other items turned off and stored in a backpack or pocket is not acceptable. These items should either be left at home or secured in the student’s locker. If the device is brought into the testing location, it must be turned over to the proctor with an affixed label. However, we do not want our proctors to spend valuable exam time collecting and returning these often expensive personal items. Please remind your child of these provisions and we will do the same. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Casey Dunn Guidance/Studies Coordinator
Carpool Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to include or take off a carpool request in the newsletter.
Calendar Dear Parents, Below are the calendar dates for the 2013 - 2014 school year. We ask that you take these dates into consideration when planning your vacations. Absences for vacation are considered unexcused and we hope that with this advance notification you can plan appropriately. Below are tentative calendar dates for the 2013 - 2014 school year: August 21 Classes begin (Wednesday) September 2 Labor Day September 16 Back to School Night October 7 – 12 Homecoming November 11 Veterans’ Day Holiday November 28-29 Thanksgiving December 7 Open House December 16 - 18 Semester Finals December 19 – January 6 Christmas Vacation January 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 25 High School Placement Exam January 27 – January 31 Catholic Schools Week February 17 Presidents’ Day – Student Holiday March 7 Faith Formation Inservice – Student Holiday March 14 Religious Ed (Inservice Day) – Student Holiday March 21 Freshmen Registration Day March 28 Re-registration Day April 17 – April 29 Easter vacation April 30 Classes resume May 21 - 22 Sr. Finals (during lab periods) May 22 Bacc. Mass May 23 School Holiday May 26 Sr. Grades due11:59pm, Memorial Day Holiday May 29 Sr. Awards May 30 Homestudy Day, no classes, Graduation June 9 - 11 Semester Finals June 18 Summer School begins Sincerely, Yvette Vigón-Morffi
Discipline Ms. Betty Behen, Dean of Women, ext. 234 Mr. Lee Flores - Dean of Men - ext. 232
Prom Time. Prom is just around the corner. As a reminder, “the school does not permit the renting of hotel rooms or other facilities for students’ use for activities pre- or post- Bishop Montgomery dances. The renting of “party-busses” is also prohibited.... The school does not assume responsibility or liability for damages, loss of property, or injury caused when such rental agreements are incurred by students or their parents.” (Parent-Student Handbook, pg. 20). Prom Dress Attire. The dance is formal. Gentlemen are required to wear tuxes or suits. Ties are required unless dress shirts with a mandarin collar are worn. Gentlemen may not wear earrings, sunglasses, hats, gloves nor may they carry canes. Ladies may wear two pairs of earrings but may not wear earrings in the upper earlobe. Fitted dresses may not be excessively tight. Dresses should be comfortable for dancing and sitting. The slit on the dress may not exceed two inches above the knee. The length of the dress MUST BE AT THE KNEE (MAY NOT BE ABOVE THE KNEE). Sleeveless and strapless dresses are permitted provided that the bodice appropriately covers the chest and back. Backless dresses are NOT PERMITTED AND may not fall below mid-back. Ladies are reminded that the display of excessive cleavage is inappropriate and unbecoming. Dresses may not show a bare midriff or contain cutouts, which expose the torso (FRONT OR BACK). Additionally, the dress material which covers the chest to KNEE area must be opaque not transparent (mesh or chiffon style material is not permitted in this area). Dress shoes are required for ladies and gentlemen. The hotel requires that shoes remain on at all times while on the premises. Students’ attire should be appropriate, modest and in good taste. Please do not assume any liberties with these guidelines when you or (in the case of gentlemen with guest passes) your date purchase dress attire. All non-BMHS guests are required to conform to these guidelines. Anyone not adhering to the above stated guidelines will not be permitted to enter the dance, and will be sent home. In these cases the bid money will not be refunded. Freshmen may not attend the Senior Prom dance. The school reserves the right to refuse admittance to any person not properly attired. Detentions: Detentions are to be served on or before the date indicated on the violation or referral slip. It is the responsibility of the student to make alternate arrangements for transportation if a detention is to be served. Disregard for assigned detentions may result in probation and detentions take precedence over sports’ practices and school activities (Parent-Student Handbook, page 13). Seniors must serve outstanding detentions prior to the prom. Trips: Bishop Montgomery does not sponsor, condone, nor accept responsibility for trips, cruises, excursions not sanctioned by the school. There may be a current trip that may be disguised as a Bishop Montgomery “Senior Trip.” BMHS has nothing to do with organizing, sponsoring, or chaperoning any Senior trips. Any student distributing fliers that advertise these trips will be reprimanded. (Parent-Student Handbook, pg 20)
Graduation Parking: Please refrain from parking at the Little Company of Mary Parking Lot across the street and the parking lots of the neighboring businesses the day of the graduation. Vehicles parked in these parking lots are subject to being towed and the owners of those vehicles may be subjected to fines by the City of Torrance. Your cooperation will be appreciated by the community. Picking-up and Dropping-off Off-Campus: All parents should pick-up and drop-off their students on-campus. To avoid the last minute rush, we encourage you to arrive before 7:30AM. The traffic flow on Torrance Blvd. is heavier after this time and may affect how quickly you are able to exit the campus. If you decide to pick-up or drop-off your students anywhere else, please refrain from picking up or dropping off your students at our neighboring businesses or residential driveways as this creates an inconvenience for our neighbors. Please respect the property of our neighbors by refraining from moving trashcans, taking property, littering, or parking or pulling into our neighborsâ€™ driveways. Also, please make sure to drop-off your students in areas that are safe and legal. We have received many reports that there have been BMHS parents or carpools driving recklessly on Palos Verdes Boulevard and students are being droppedoff by their parents/carpool drivers illegally by the red curb zones, in front of fire hydrants or in the middle of the street. In the interest of the safety of all pedestrians and drivers and as a courtesy to our neighbors, students should be dropped-off on campus. Students whose parents fail to comply with the pick-up and drop-off procedures will be dealt with on campus. The Torrance Police Department has also been contacted and they have informed us that they will be citing drivers along Torrance Boulevard, Henrietta and Palos Verdes Boulevard. It is essential to give our neighbors the same respect and courtesy that we expect from each other on campus. Use of Cellphone As a reminder, using the cellphone or any hand-held device is prohibited by law while driving. It is also important to remind your child of the importance of paying attention to their immediate surroundings when using their cellphone while walking or waiting to be picked up. Students should only use their cellphone when it is safe to do so.
Activities Mrs. Milana McDermott - Dean of Student Life - ext. 273
The month of May is filled with some important student activities. The first section pertains to underclassmen and the second section is outlined specifically for seniors. Please encourage your student to plan appropriately so they can participate. I hope these make for an enjoyable and memorable end to this school year! ASB AND CLASS OFFICERS FOR 2013-2014: Congratulations to the following students:
ASB Elections and Class Officer elections for next year were held in March.
President – Matthew Kurata Vice President – Gabriella Podegracz Secretary – Rizza Biscocho Treasurer – Kyle Cabahug Publicity – Madison Miller Commissioner of Elections – Paulette Casillas Commissioner of Spirit – Micah Burog Commissioner of Religious Affairs – Alyssa Tassone Commissioner of Athletics – Justin Arevalo Commissioner of Activities – Austin Garbe Commissioner of Clubs – Kira Iwai Commissioner of Community Service – Justina Breen Senior Class Co-Presidents – Jazmin Guardado and Nate Smith Senior Class Senators – Elliot Pyon, Eric Robinson and Roshan Varghese Junior Class Co-Presidents – Danielle Ireland and Kimberly Serrano Junior Class Senators – Marianne Gidaya, Tess McElroy and Briana Tucker Sophomore Class Co-Presidents – Kelly Huben and Gillian Miles Sophomore Class Senators – Giovanni Meza, Camila Risueno and Danny Robinson
Activities cont. PARKING SPACE APPLICATIONS: Applications for parking spaces for the 2013-2014 school year will be available to current juniors at the student store on Monday, May 13th. Parking spaces for the rest of the students will be available Monday, May 20th. Parking spaces will be assigned at the student store at the time payment is made and completed application is filed. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the limited number of student parking spaces on campus, parking spaces will only be sold to students with a driverâ€™s license (not a permit) and who have the registration information on the car they will be driving to school. Individual students will be permitted to purchase one spot each. More information will be included in the parking application. SENIORS: Specific information regarding senior events, including prom and graduation, was sent home in a detailed letter the middle of March. This information is also posted on the school website. Please pay special attention to dates and deadlines so that you do not miss out on these important activities. See Mrs. McDermott in the Activities Office if you did not receive a copy of the letter, or if you have any questions.
TO S E N I OR S
Ms. Alexa Johnson - Athletic Administrator - ext. 269 Mr. Kareem Mutrie - Director of Athletics - ext. 255 Mr. Ed Hodgkiss - Director of Athletics - ext. 260
Winter All-Del Rey League Teams Announced The Del Rey League announced its winter 2012-13 all-league teams for boys’ & girls’ basketball and boys’ & girls’ soccer. Congratulations to all the BMHS student-athletes who were chosen by the league’s coaches. Boys’ Basketball Lamond Murray, Jr. ‘13 (1st Team and league MVP) Justin Bibbins ‘14 (1st Team) Stephen Thompson, Jr. ‘15 (1st Team) Ognjen Miljkovic ‘13 (1st Team) Niko Filipovich ‘13 (2nd Team) Larry Taylor III ‘13 (2nd Team) **Lamond Murray, Jr. was also named 1st Team All-CIF Division 4AA Girls’ Basketball Sophia Song ‘16 (1st Team) Christine Delapina ‘15 (2nd Team) Chelsea Lidy ‘15 (2nd Team) Dani Lee ‘13 (2nd Team) Boys’ Soccer Adam Balderas ‘14 (1st Team) Marc Gehrig ‘14 (1st Team) Bryce Lomas ‘13 (1st Team and Most Valuable Goalkeeper) Jonathan Kim ‘13 (1st Team) Matt Harris ‘13 (1st Team) Brandon Anderson ‘13 (2nd Team) Antonio Aguilar ‘14 (2nd Team) Collin Hossum ‘15 (2nd Team)
Girls’ Soccer Erica Nieves ‘13 (1st Team) Erin Discipulo ‘13 (2nd Team) Tatiana Zuvich ‘14 (2nd Team) Brieanna Cunningham ‘13 (2nd Team) Natalie DiAngelo ‘15 (2nd Team) Coach Mitchell Named CCA Coach of the Year Bishop Montgomery boys’ basketball coach Doug Mitchell has been named the California Coaches Association Southern Section Boys’ Basketball Coach of the Year for 2012-13. Mitchell led the Knights to a 32-2 record and the Del Rey League title. The Knights also finished 8th in the state in the CalHiSports.com rankings, 5th in southern California and 33rd in the nation by MaxPreps. All spring sports have started league play and have many home games to attend. Date and Times can be found in the back of this newsletter. Go Knights!!
Attention all student athletes! Please not that the BMHS dress code will be strictly enforced at the Spring Sports Banquet. Please refer to the Parent-Student Handbook pages 31-32. These pages are included here for your convenience. All BMHS dress code and rules will apply since this is a Bishop Montgomery event. Thank you, Alexa Johnson Athletic Administrator
Mr. Andy Marafino - Marketing & PR Director - ext. 246 Mrs. Amy Traxler - Director of Development - ext. 249
Mrs. Dione Dierks - Assistant Director - ext. 244
2013 BMHS/Morgan Miranda Memorial Golf Tournament The BMHS golf tournament is fast approaching. On Friday, June 14, 2013 Bishop Montgomery will host the 11th Annual Morgan Miranda Memorial Golf Tournament at Westchester Golf Course. The tournament is named for Morgan Miranda, a member of the class of 2000 who passed away in 2002. The tournament will be a 4-man scramble. Cost is $130 per golfer and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, dinner, goodie bag and prizes. Golfers 14 and under, playing with a paid adult, are $80. If interested, please call or email Andy Marafino at ext. 246 or email@example.com. All funds raised go to the Morgan Miranda Memorial Scholarship Fund for tuition assistance at BMHS.
June 14, 2013 Westchester Golf Course
Entry Fee $130 First 80 Golfers First Tee Time: 12pm Format: 4-Man Scramble with Handicap
Dinner at Westchester Elkâ€™s Lodge 8025 W. Manchester Playa Del Rey, CA 90293
Includes: 18 holes of Golf with Cart Dinner Prizes Goodie Bag
For more information contact: Ed Miranda: (310) 675-8957 firstname.lastname@example.org Andy Marafino: (310) 540-2021 x246 email@example.com
Entry Deadline is May 31, 2013
Make checks payable to Ed Miranda Send your entry to : Ed Miranda 15139 Florwood Ave Lawndale, CA 90260
All donations will go to the Morgan Miranda Scholarship at Bishop Montgomery High School $130 Per Golfer Family and Friends Sponsorship of a Hole Donation $50 Dinner Only $40
Corporate Sponsorship of a Hole Donation $150 $470 Corporate Sponsorship Foursome $80 Golfer: 14 years old or younger w/ paying adult
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Bishop Montgomery High School Performing Arts Department Eric Hankey, instrumental and vocal music director
May 2013 Parent Newsletter Article – submitted 4/16/13 Auditions for Fall 2013 Marching Band The auditions for Band, Drumline, Rhythm Section and Colorguard for the Fall 2013 “Knight Band & Guard” will take place in the convent, before or after school, during the week of April 29th-May 3rd. Please check the “BMHS Music” tab in the Campus Life menu on the BMHS website for more specific information. A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words …
Winter Guard Competitions
Music Production Performance For Retirees at Pacific Inn
Pit Band for “HeeHaw Hayride”
Indoor Drumline Competitions
Wind Ensemble Festival
Solo & Ensemble Festival
Eric Hankey - Music Director
Performing Arts cont.
And of course, the Washington, DC Tour! The New Campaign – Performing Arts Buildings We have plans to build at least two new performing arts buildings here at Bishop – a 150-seat state-of-the-art theater, and a large Performing Arts Rehearsal Building. The campaign’s total goal is $3,000,000, and we’d love to break ground as soon as we can – we’ve literally filled up all of the space available on campus right now! If you or anyone you know would like to become a contributor at any level, we’d like to talk to you – please contact Mrs. Rosemary Distaso-Libbon, our principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks! Thanks for your support! This has been the busiest spring for our Music Department yet, with Indoor Drumline competitions, Winter Guard competitions, Wind Ensemble festival, Solo Festival, Vocal Jazz, and Music Production class performances. We did a lot, and thank you to all of you that were there for us along the way – parents, family members, and friends. If you’d like more information about any of these activities, or to find out how to join, please email me: email@example.com. It’s never a bad time to start! “Knight Music” Booster Club The “Knight Music” Booster Club includes parents of members of Band, Winter Guard, Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, Drumline, Vocal Jazz, and Music Production. Their meetings are usually on the last Monday of the month at 6:00 pm in the Conservatory (convent) – additional meetings are scheduled as needed. The next meeting is May 20th Monday, March 18th, 2013 – please join them to help keep the many projects they organize rolling.
Performing Arts cont. Things We Need As always, we are grateful for any musical equipment and cash donations – they are also always graciously accepted, and are eligible for tax deductions. At this point, we are also outfitting more of the Conservatory’s (convent’s) rooms with recording equipment, and donations of amplifiers, headphones, and cables would be very useful. Thanks! “Like” Our Facebook Page! Remember – now you can go to the official BMHS Music Department Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bishop-Montgomery-High-School-MusicDepartment/250295355054244 All of our pictures and videos from all of our groups, as well as up-to-the-minute information about events and activities – “Like” us! We’re always practicing, planning, and organizing, including school concerts, local performances, competitions, parades, tours, and lots of other important things – come on up any day before or after school, 6:30-7:50am or 2:15-3:00pm (although we’re often there earlier and later.) To get in touch with Mr. Hankey, please call the school, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INFORMATION FROM THE TUITION OFFICE REMINDER TO ALL SENIOR PARENTS FINAL PAYMENT: The final tuition payment for Seniors is due May 2, 2013. PAST DUE ACCOUNTS: Past due accounts must be paid with a credit card, money order, or cash. No personal checks will be accepted at this late date for past due accounts. FINAL EXAMS: All accounts must be paid in full in order for Senior students to sit for final exams beginning on May 22, 2013. DIPLOMAS: Your studentsâ€™ diploma will be held until his/her account is paid in full.
REMINDER TO All PARENTS OF 9TH, 10TH AND 11TH GRADE STUDENTS
FINAL PAYMENT: The final tuition payment for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students is May 10, 2013. PAST DUE ACCOUNTS: Past due accounts must be paid with a credit card, money order, or cash. No personal checks will be accepted at this late date for past due accounts. FINAL EXAMS: All accounts must be paid in full in order for 9th, 10th and 11th grade students to sit for final exams beginning on June 10, 2013.
BISHOP MONTGOMERY HIGH SCHOOL TUITION AND FEES 2013 - 2014
1 student each additional student
10 payments from August ‘12 - May ‘13
1 student each additional student
(Same as above)
(Same as above)
Per Student Late Registration Per Transfer Student
On day of Registration Paid after published registration date
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS $9500.00 FEES REGISTRATION*: LATE REGISTRATION*
$550.00 $600.00 $550.00 *The registration fee is non-refundable PARENT SCHOOL INVOLVEMENT: (PSI)
$175.00 per semester billed in Aug./Jan. The charge will be credited when the hours are worked/paid. They will be credited in increments of 10 hours. Total of 20 hours per school year.
Approximate cost through ESCO Online. www.bmhsbooks.com
$200.00 Per student **One time charge w/ Aug. Tuition Includes: - Technology fee - Parent-Student Handbook/Agenda - Classroom supplies fees
ATHLETIC FEE (YEARLY):
Payable at the Student Store (non-refundable)
AP EXAM FEE:
per AP course for the AP exam Due in Feb. to the Student Store
If tuition payment is not received by the 10 of the month.
0/5 unit classes
Purchased in summer through ESCO online bookstore.
Paid at summer school registration 10 unit classes *Books not included 2.5 unit courses & Athletic Conditioning Courses
(see Norman’s price list)
GYM CLOTHES: LOCKS:
Purchased at Norman’s Uniform Locks purchased @ BMHS Student Store
FUND RAISERS: FALL Fundraiser: KNIGHT PRIDE (Annual Giving)
$250.00 Per student Each new family will be contacted annually
REVISED 2/2013 - The amounts listed above reflect cost for the ‘13 – ‘14 year only.
2012-2013 INSTALLATION DINNER , 5-20 @ 7 PM
Paid reservations will be taken until May 10th. Please contact us with any questions. Make checks out to: BMHS Mothers Club, and drop it in the office if you have not attended a meeting prior to the payment deadline. If you have not been to a Mothers’ Club meeting yet, this is the one to come to! Raffles, prizes, and great food provided by our on-site catering company. We have several more functions to complete our yearly duties: Here are your 2013-2014 Board Members and Class Representatives! Thank you in advance for your service! If you are interested in the open positions, let us know! Co-President Co-President Co-Vice President Co-Vice President Co-Treasurer Co-Treasurer Co-Secretary Co-Secretary Senior Class Rep Senior Class Rep Junior Class Rep Junior Class Rep Sophomore Class Rep Sophomore Class Rep Freshman Class Rep Freshman Class Rep
Monica Swafford Judy Tolin Liana Garrett Joselyn Nkansah Marjorie Skinner-Riley Veronica Calinao OPEN POSITION OPEN POSITION Marie Murphy Petty Santos Maryann Leslie Mary Frances Bertucci Nay Stinson Allison Burnett ELECTED IN FALL ELECTED IN FALL
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS: LORI RODRIGUEZ
Psalm 102:28 “The children of your servants will live in your presence; their descendants will be established before you.”
Bishop Montgomery Garden Group Earn your hours and enjoy outdoor activity with the gardening group on a Saturday morning. Great for freshmen parents to meet new parents or if you just love gardening. The gardening group is dedicated to maintaining the beautification of the school landscape. Bring your hat, gardening gloves, gardening tools (hoe, rake, your favorite pruners) and come join us on a Saturday morning. PSI dates: Sat. May 4th Start Time 8:30am Lee Claudino/Trish Hoying
6 P. 3 #2 7:45 Fac. Mtg 8:45 start Final exams due to copy center
National Day of Prayer May 2nd
22 P. 3, 4, 5
7:15am Grad practice Sr. locker clean-out
29 P. 1
Thu 2 P. 5 #9 8am May Crowning Sr. Mothers’ Mass Club shirt design due Tuition late fee (seniors)
Sr. Prom Sr. Ditch Day
10 P. 5
P. 6 AP Eng. Lit & Comp 8am
Jazz Band Fest.
Armed Forces Day Parade
Sr. Event/yrbk dist 1-3pm Year end drama event 5-7pm TMH E3 Mtg 1:00pm
(by ticket only) Our Lady Queen Of Angels
12:30pm Graduation Knight Stadium
AP Span Lit 8am
17 P. 6
AP Lang & Comp 8am Sr. Coll. Dec. (Eng.) Teacher App. Day
AP Latin 12pm Sr. shirt design due ASB Banquet 16 P. 1 AP Econ 8am
23 P. 6, 1, 2
30 P. 6 10am Sr. Awards (by invitation only)
Bacc. Mass 7pm Sr. Final Exams WASC Mtg. 7:45am
Lab Days 8:45-2:20
15 P. 2 AP German 8am AP US Hist 8am
Improv @ lunch TMH Grad singer aud. (lunch) Denim Day
8 P. 1 AP Calc AB/BC 8am
Band/Color Guard Commitment Week SAC & SS Wkshp/tryout 3:30
Tuition due 6pm gym closed Denim Day
1 P. 6
May 2013 Tue
7 P. 2 AP Span. Lang 8am
14 P. 3 AP US Govt 8am AP French 12pm Library closed 11:153:30
Parking Apps available (10th)
Athl. banquet 6:00 Band Bst. Mtg.(Conv) 7:00 Mothers’ Club Mtg. (Fac)
28 P. 2 Music Dept. Banquet
Sr. slideshow @ lunch Sr. final exams
Yrbk distribution (9th—11th)
Parking Apps Avail (11th)
13 P. 4 AP Bio 8am AP Physics 12pm
27 Memorial Day Student Holiday 11:59pm Sr. grades due
4 P. 4
BMHS S.S. Reg. deadline
18 BMHS S.S. refund less $100/course deadline
Sports & spirit squad conditioning begins
19 Summer School classes begin
Book Buyback gym 10-11am: 12th; 11-1pm: 9th—11th
Per 2: 9:35am-10:50 am
12 Per 1: 8:00am-9:15am
5 P. 3 Denim Day
7 P. 1 Locker clean-out (special schedule) 12:45 Dismissal
1st day of summer
ASB Planning Days 21 CIF Elig.
13 Grading pd. ends Grades due 10:00am
June 2013 Tue
11 Per 5: 8:00am-9:15am
3 P. 5 7:45 Fac. Mtg 8:45 Start
10 Per 3: 8:00am-9:15am
Per 6: 9:35am-10:50am
Per 4: 9:35am-10:50am
17 Report cards mailed 8am Acad. Rev. Board 24 Study Skills Course Begins
29 Physicals for athletes 9am12pm gym
8 Sec. Sem. Courses Begin S.S. Progress Rept. Distributed
Wed 3 First Sem. Courses End
Study Skills Course Ends
Independence Day Holiday
2-6 Uniform sales (SAC)
July 2013 Tue
Summer Classes End 1pm Grades due 30
Academic Inactive Period/Facilities Mang. Closed through 8/15/13
c/o 1978 Reunion
c/o 1983 Reunion
c/o 1993 Reunion
9am New Teacher Mtg.
Non BMHS Summer Grades Due
Academic Inactive Period Closed through 8/15/13
21 8am Classes Resume
Academic Inactive Period Closed through 8/15/13
School Open for lockers Class changes ID Pictures/Class Assemblies
Academic Inactive Period Closed through 8/15/13 20 8am Admin 9am Fac. Ret/Mass 10:15 Fac. Mtg/Photos 12:00 Lunch/Dept Mtg.
Published on Apr 26, 2013