Current News: IMPORTANT BSA Meeting Days and Times

Published: 2:07PM 11/17/2009
Updated: 10:12PM 11/17/2009
Attachments: BSA 11-19-09 agenda


BSA Planning Meeting


BSA Club Representative Responsibility:

  • To be the link between club and ASB – get info to participants and back to ASB
  • To attend 2 lunchtime meetings per month in Room 137
  • To help sponsor organize club’s performance.


Important Dates:

    Tuesday, Nov 17 – First lunchtime meeting with participating clubs’ reps in 137

    Tuesday, Dec 1 & 15 -  Lunchtime meeting with reps 137

     Tuesday, Jan 5 & 19 - Lunchtime meeting with reps 137

    Tuesday, Feb 2 & 16 – Lunchtime meeting with reps 137

    Tuesday, Feb 9 – Lunchtime auditions (sign-up for 5 min time slot -auditorium)

    Wednesday, Feb 10 - Lunchtime auditions

    Thursday, Feb 11 - Lunchtime auditions

    Monday, Mar 1 – Mandatory after school rehearsal 3:30 – 6:30 (auditorium)

    Tuesday, Mar 2 - Mandatory after school rehearsal 3:30 – 6:30

    Thursday, Mar 4 - Mandatory after school rehearsal 1:30 – 4:30

    Monday, Mar 8 – Mandatory after school rehearsal 3:30 – 6:30

    Tuesday, Mar 9 - 7:30 am dress rehearsal, 1:00 pm middle school performance (Participants are excused from all classes.)

Thursday, Mar 11 - double 4th period assemblies and Wellness Center CBO classroom        presentations, 5:00 pm BSA/PTSA Potluck/cafeteria, 7:00 pm evening show (Participants are excused from morning classes.) 

    Requirements for participation:

    2.0 and no more than 2 Us on Fall Semester report card (Jan 2010).  Students who do not meet the criteria must complete weekly progress reports (four Fridays in Feb and Mar 5).  They are to have teachers, counselor, and club sponsor sign and then turn into Ms. Kamkar or Ms. Eng  each week. 

    Theme: The Power of One

    • What can one person do?
      • Where is your level of personal responsibility?
      • What role do friends /peer pressure play?
      • Evidence of fighting, drinking, smoking, tagging, cutting by groups of students
    • Who are those people from different backgrounds and cultures who stood up and created change? Let’s honor them in presentations.
      • Work to educate.  Planning team needs to meet more frequently to monitor progress of participating clubs and organizations – avoid last minute work
      • Let’s have more club connections during the show between performances (a repeated dance step, for example)
    • Stand up!


Finale: “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield performed by the show choir

    • Can use the Disney Stand Up song within the assembly