Advisory Notes, 5/22/19
(9th grade students) Please check your BHSEC email for an invitation to fill out a Google Form to rank your Arts and PE preferences for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. If you have any trouble accessing the form, please check to make sure that you are signed into your BHSEC google account. The deadline to submit your preferences is Friday, May 24.
(All Students) The Spring Arts Night is Thursday, May 23rd on the 8th floor. Details for the evening are as follows:
5:00pm - Visual Arts Reception for 9th Grade Visual Arts 1, 10th Grade Studio Art, and Year 1 & 2 Printmaking.
5:30pm - Special Sparkling Cider Toast - honoring the subjects of the 'Portraits of Long Island City' painting series, created by the students from Professor Hiler’s ‘Portraiture in Community’ college elective. In partnership with The Chocolate Factory Theater Company, and supported by the Bard Engaged Liberal Arts & Sciences Grant, the students were connected with 17 members of the local area to interview, photograph and paint these generous community members.
6:00pm - Orchestra, Chorus, Jazz Ensemble, and Dance performances will begin.
Hope you are able to join us!!!
(All students) BHSEC Queens Theater Department will be presenting The Seventh Annual Spring One Act Play Festival.
The Spring One Act Play Festival consists of 6 amazing plays directed by students from the College Program. The directors and plays that were chosen this year are: Zaria Cannon ("Night Vision" by Dominique Morriseau), Zoe Donovan ("21" by Sigrid Heath), Alec Farber ("War" by Bill Bozzone), Jessica Lachman ("Please Have A Seat and Someone Will Be With You Shortly" by Garth Wingfield), Julian Valgora ("Coq Au Vin" by Jon Robin Baitz), and Isaac Zaslow King ("Play" By Samuel Beckett).
The plays star 17 students from all grades in the high school and college programs. Wednesday 5/29 during 4th and 5th is sold out. Please try the standby line for that performance or sing up to see it Wednesday 5/29 at 6:30 pm or Thursday 5/30 at 4:00 pm. You can make a reservation for those two shows on the door of the Black Box Theater. Come support the work of your peers and see some thrilling, moving, outrageous and fun plays!
(All students) Hi everyone!
I hope you all have enjoyed the lovely weather
The girls’ soccer team will be holding a meeting at 4 today on the fourth floor about the upcoming season. If you can’t make that, preseason practice is this Wednesday and Thursday afterschool at Flushing Meadow Park Field #3. Anyone who wants to join is welcome to come try out, regardless of your past soccer experience! In order to get there, take the 7 train to 111 Mets-Willets Point and walk down the boardwalk until you get to the soccer fields and it will be the first field on your left. Wear comfortable exercise clothes, cleats, and shin guards. Please bring the attached PSAL forms, reviewed and signed by your doctor and parents ASAP. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Coach Victoria Franzese from the Academy of Finance and Enterprise on the 4th floor at VFranzese@schools.nyc.gov. See you on the field!
Thanks! Lea Elton