February 2017

Daily Announcements

Black history spotlight week.


Bartlett High School Morning Announcement

Friday, February 17, 2017


Student Announcements


A Spotlight on Black History: The automatic stop sign better known as the traffic light to control the flow of traffic at intersections was invented by Garret Morgan in 1923.  He also invented the gasmask used by firefighters and soldiers in the early 1900s.  Today, Morgan's inventions are still helping to save lives all over the world.

Taylor-Winchester   2/17


Is your math class getting hard? Is your constant use of slader.com finally catching up with you? Come get help now before it's too late! After School Math Tutoring in room 226 Monday and Wednesday from 2:00 -3:15.

Lanzarone   2/17 - 3/7


Students! Would you like to learn more about the programs and degrees from Charter College? They are having a College Fair on Friday, 3/3 from 9:00-1:00pm. Please see your counselor for more information.

Juniors and Seniors! Do you need some testing practice before you take your SAT or ACT? Frontier Tutoring will be offering a FREE practice ACT and SAT test on Saturdays, 2/25 and 3/4 in the library. You must sign up in their website. See your counselor for more information.

Elliott     2/17


Time is running out to purchase your 2016-2017 yearbook. Don’t let time get away from you! Last day to purchase with Ms. Crosby using cash or check is Thursday, March 9th. Last day to purchase with credit card through Zangle is Thursday, March 9th. Online credit card purchases through Yearbookforever.com is Friday, March 17th. We do not order extra so order yours today.

Jensen   2/17 - 3/3


From the library ~ We are always looking for our readers but now we are looking for our artsy bears. If you like to paint, doodle, or just be crafty we have two super opportunities for you. One is simple and can be done during lunch - Come design and paint book ends to be displayed and used on shelves. The second is a contest! We want display your picture on the windows. There will be several winners so please come get the requirements in the library and create a winning Bartlett picture to be put in the windows, mimicking stained glass. As always Go Bears! and as always from the library ~ Read! Read! Read! and now come be artsy!

Legg   2/16 - 2/22


Attention students: On the Bartlett website is a link to a Student Climate and Connectedness survey in the School News area. Please complete the survey by February 24th.

Wilber   2/16 - 2/23


Bartlett High Softball will be having a lunch meeting in room 221 on Wednesday, February 22nd. Coach Carey will be there to meet players, give information, and answer questions. Pizza and drinks will be provided. Again, Bartlett Girls, softball, lunch on February 22nd, computer lab by the Activities Office.

Little   2/16 - 2/22


Seniors! Seniors! Your hoodie sales have returned!  Student Government will take your pre-order for Senior Hoodies this Wednesday through Friday during lunch outside of the Activities Office.  Don't miss out on this last round of hoodie orders before Senior Fun Day!  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Thibault in room 329.

Thibault   2/15 - 2/17


Anyone interested in the upcoming volleyball season, there will be a meeting held in room 422 today during lunch! It won't take up too much of your time.

Coach Mama   2/14 - 2/17


Attention All Key Club Members: The Key Club will be selling Fur Rondy Pins this week only. If there are any Key Club members that would like to sell pins this week please stop by room 206 to pick the form. There is a Key Club meeting today in room 206 during lunch. We will be taking yearbook pictures at this meeting. There is a $15.00 Key Club activity fee for the year.

Taylor-Winchester   2/13 - 2/17


Attention students: Today we have a guest speaker from the Polynesian community coming to speak during our lunch. Please stop by the theater and hear how education is a means to developing your greatest abilities. Everyone is welcome.

Wilber    2/13 - 2/17


The spring play is here! Join Bartlett Theater Group for the love, the laughs, and the music of ALMOST, MAINE.  This romantic comedy is set in the fictional town of Almost and follows nine couples as they explore their various relationships. Set to live contemporary music, you are sure to love this play. Showing Feb 16th - 18th at 7pm each night and for the first time ever, we will have a special showing after school at 3pm today.

Walton   2/8 - 2/17