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    Revisit Day Form II Parents

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Steve Carr

    Middle School Study Hall

    Milk and Cookies Revisit Day

    Wadsworth Room

    AP English Exam Prep

    M 19 or Dr. Tift's Classroom
     
    Contact: Fast/Tift
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    Revisit Day Form III Parents

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Steve Carr

    Form VI Meeting

    Admission Program

    MacPherson Room

    Form III Revisit Lunch and Milk & Cookies Revisit Day

    Wadsworth Room

    Form III Revisiting Students and Hosts will have lunch and milk and cookies in the Wadsworth Room

    Middle School Senate Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. Sweeney

    Form IV Survey

    Dining Room
    Monitoring the Future Program - a study by the Institute of Social Research/University of Michigan
    Contact: Mr. Bradley

    Upper School Senate Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. Sweeney
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    School and Form President Applications Due

    Click here for the 2019 Election Calendar
    Contact: Mrs. Sweeney

    Parents' Council Meeting

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center

    David Leonardis, Faculty Speaker: "Using Literature to Teach Character"

    8:15 am Coffee 
    8:30 am Meeting and Program

    Please join us for this mock classroom experience. Mr. Leonardis will share passages from two or three different books and then lead us through a discussion as he would with the boys. Come see what it's like to discuss literature as a Belmont Hill student - and please don't worry - no one will be "cold-called" and no grades will be given!
     
    Please reply to parentscouncil@belmonthill.org if you would like to attend so we will save a seat for you. Thank you!
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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    Middle School Community Service

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Donna David

    Buying Meeting

    Wadsworth Room
    Parents' Council Holiday Hill meeting
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    TYSK: Dinner & Alumni Career Panel

    Dining Hall

    TYSK Career Panel with Alumni Speakers
    6:00pm - 6:45pm Dinner - Dining Hall
    7:00pm - 7:45pm Alumni Speakers - Melvoin Academic Center
     

    Crew: Coaches-Parents Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Chris Richards

    TYSK: Career Panel

    Melvoin Academic Center


    TYSK Career Panel with Alumni Speakers
    6:00pm - 6:45pm Dinner - Dining Hall
    7:00pm - 7:45pm Alumni Speakers - Melvoin Academic Center
    Contact: Suzanne Kaplan
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    Revisit Day Upper School and Alternate Day Parents

    Admission Office
     
    Contact: Steve Carr

    Slotnick with Form VI

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Donna David

    Mr. Steffey’s Class

    Wadsworth Room
    Contact: Mr. Steffey

    Track Cookout

    Outside of JAC
    Contact: Mr. Harder

    Spring Coffee House

    Kraft Theater
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    Debate Tournament

    Dining Room
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Parents Fostering Diversity Spring Potluck

    Wadsworth Room
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    ACT Group Course

    E - 3
    Contact: Casey Bobo
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    Middle School Study Halls

    Form I Community & Diversity Lunch

    MacPherson Room

    AP Exam Registration

    Dining Room
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    Course Selections

    Forms I/II: Advisor Homeroom
    Form III: Form Meeting, Study Hall
    Form IV: Form Meeting, MacPherson
    Form V: Form Meeting, Chapel
    Open Online Registration

    Form II Community & Diversity Lunch

    MacPherson Room

    Peer Leader Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. David

    Alumni Washington, DC Reception

    Washington, DC


    Hosted by Mark Milley '76 at Quarters One


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    Senior Snack Bar/Lunch

    Alumni House

    Latin Lunch

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mr. Martin
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    Form VI Mother and Son Breakfast

    Wadsworth Room

    Mothers are invited to join their sons for a special breakfast with remarks by Dr. Michael Thompson
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    AP English Exam Prep

    M 19 or Dr. Tift's Classroom
    Contact: Fast/Tift

    Energy Class

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Dr. Buckley

    Form I Lunch and Shakespeare Play

    MacPherson/Theater

    Poetry Slam

    MacPherson Room
     
    You are invited to recite a poem you have written: any style, and you do NOT need to have memorized your poem.
     
    Get inspired over spring break and write a poem—or revisit a poem you have already written.
     
    Everyone is invited to come watch, cheer on the performers, and enjoy the food!

    POETRY SLAM AND OPEN MIC
    Thursday, April 11, 2:15
    MacPherson
    student emcees
    special dessert
     

    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Ethics

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Arlette Doherty

    Puzzle Day Event

    Wadsworth Room
    Harvard's Intro to CS class (CS50) runs a Puzzle Day every year and invites students from around the world to take part. They provide a packet of puzzles of increasing difficulty, and students can work on them in groups. (See the bottom of this email for an example.)
     
    We'll be holding our Puzzle Day next Thursday, April 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. in Wadsworth. No prior puzzle (or programming) experience necessary! We'll have pizza and snacks, plus prizes for the winning team (we'll organize people into teams at the event). Feel free to come even if you can't stay for the whole time.
     
    In order to get an idea of how much food we'll need, please fill out the following form if you plan on attending.
     
     
    Hope to see you there!
     
    Mr. Choi
    Computer Science
    Belmont Hill School
     
    Contact: Mr. Choi
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    Course Selections

    Forms I-VI Advisor Homeroom
    Handout Signup Sheets
    Open Online Registration

    Form III Community & Diversity Lunch

    MacPherson Room
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    Course Selections

    Forms I-VI Advisor Homeroom
    All signed forms collected and returned to Richardson/Doherty

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    AP English Exam Prep & Lunch

    M 19 or Dr. Tift's Classroom
    Box Lunch
    Contact: Fast/Tift

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Form III Fish Bowl

    MacPherson
    Contact: Donna David
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    Full Senate

    MacPherson Room

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Parent Admission Volunteer Thank you Reception

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Tania Glinski
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    Health and Wellness

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Hope Rupley

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    TYSK: Cindy Pierce

    Wadsworth Room

    Dr. George Daley - AP Science and Biology Students

    Dr. Daley will speak to the AP classes and interested regular biology students

    Lunch provided.
    Contact: Mrs. Sweeney

    Form V College Lunch Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Walker Coppedge

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Ethics

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Arlette Doherty

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift

    Parents' Council Speaker: Cindy Pierce, "Helping Teens Navigate Social Media and The Hook-up Culture"

    Wadsworth Room


    6:30 pm Light Refreshments
    7:00 pm Program
     
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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    Course Selections

    • Forms I-VI Advisor Homeroom
    • All signed forms collected and returned to Richardson/Doherty
    • Online Registration Closes

    Will Slotnick with Form IV

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. David

    Form III and Peer Leaders

    Form III Study Hall
    Contact: Donna David

    Poetry Fest Semifinals

    Chapel
    Contact: Dr. Tift
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    Long School Meeting: Poetry Fest

    Hamilton Chapel

    LONG SCHOOL MEETING: 8:00 AM – 8:40 AM
    A BLOCK: 8:45 AM – 9:25 AM
    MILK AND COOKIES: 9:25 AM – 9:35 AM
    B BLOCK: 9:35 AM – 10:15 AM
    C BLOCK: 10:20 AM – 11:00 AM
    D BLOCK: 11:05 AM – 11:45 AM
    X BLOCK/US Lunch: 11:50 AM – 12:30 PM
    F BLOCK/MS LUNCH: 12:35 PM – 1:15 PM
    E BLOCK: 1:20 PM – 2:00 PM
    US LUNCH: 2:00 PM – 2:20 PM

    AP English Exam Prep

    M 19 or Dr. Tift's Classroom
    Box Lunch
    Contact: Fast/Tift

    Community Service Trip Dinner

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    Contact: Donna David
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    Vice President Voting

    EIL AD Meeting

    Fritz Gym
    Contact: George Tahan

    MBILMeeting

    Hallway outside of Blue Gym
    Contact: George Tahan

    ISL AD Meeting

    Wadsworth Room
    Contact: George Tahan

    ASR Presentation

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Jared Courtney

    NEPSAC District III Meeting

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center

    SADD Meeting

    Health Clinic
    Contact: Donna David

    Film Screening: Angst

    Hamilton Chapel
    Contact: Hope Rupely

    Conversations in Science Symposium

    MacPherson Room


    Join us for the annual “Conversations in Science” Lecture
     
    Featuring Dr. David McGee
    Associate Professor of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT
     
    “From Snowballs to Hothouses: The Wild History of Earth’s Climate (and What it Tells Us About Today)”
     
    Tuesday ∙ April 23 ∙2019
    5:30 pm – arrivals/social hour
    6:30 pm – seated dinner*
    7:15 pm – dessert, coffee, & introductions
    7:30 pm – formal presentation
    8:15 pm – question and answer period

    Belmont Hill School MacPherson Room
     
    This event is free to attend, but registration by April 16 is required.
     
    Kindly respond to BHS science faculty member/event organizer John McAlpin: mcalpinj@belmonthill.org
    Belmont Hill Switchboard: 617-484-4410 (Ext. 380)
     
    Please leave a detailed message and contact information if I am not available to answer your call.
     
    *Kindly let us know of any dietary restrictions ahead of time we will do our best to accommodate you.

    Click here for more information about the speaker and program. 

    Contact: Mr. McAlpin

    Parents' Council: Screening of the Film "Angst" and Panel Discussion with BH Health Team

    Wadsworth Room

    Parents' Council: Screening of the Film Angst and Panel Discussion with Belmont Hill Health Team

    Wadsworth Room - All parents are welcome 
     
    6:30 pm Light Refreshments
    7:00 pm Film and Panel Discussion
     
    Please reply by April 16 to parentscouncil@belmonthill.org
     
     
     
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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    Creative Writing Class

    Chapel
    Contact: Jeanne Tift

    Alumni Treat: Doughnuts and Milk

    Melvoin Academic Center
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    Form II Wellness

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Hope Rupley

    Creative Writing Class

    Chapel
    Contact: Jeanne Tift

    Corporation Pre-Reception

    Upper Meeting Room, Alumni House
    For new members of the Board and Corporation and the Committee on Trustees
    and their guests

    Annual Corporation Meeting and Dinner

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
     
     
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    School Meeting: Musical Performance

    Hamilton Chapel

    Will Slotnick with Form V

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. David

    Spring Concert

    Hamilton Chapel
    Directed by Donnell Patterson and Dan Fiori
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    New Student Placement Tests

    Form I Study Hall, Melvoin Academic Center

    Prom: Forms V and VI

    Belmont Hill/Spirit of Boston

    Belmont Hill/Winsor Junior/Senior Prom

    5:00 pm Pre-Prom Reception for parents and students with refreshments and photographer.
    6:00 pm Buses depart for the Spirit of Boston from Belmont Hill 
    Buses return to Belmont Hill
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    Middle School Speaking Contest: Middle School Only

    Hamilton Chapel
    Contact: Mr. Doar

    TYSK: Car Talk

    Maintenance Yard
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    School Meeting

    Chapel

    Health and Wellness

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Hope Rupley

    TYSK: Car Talk

    Maintenance Yard

    ISNG Meeting

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Donna David
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