Daily Announcements


Wednesday, December 12, 2017
1.  “Student Council will be selling Candy-grams at all lunches this. For 50 cents you can send a sweet treat to a friend.”

2.  The Student Council Giving Tree is now set up in the Front Office to benefit the Nashua Children's Home. Please consider taking a tag and purchasing a gift for child in this area whose family is looking at a holiday season without much. The unwrapped gifts need to be returned to the Front Office unwrapped with the gift tag securely attached by Friday, December 15. The Children's Home will also take donations of wrapping paper, clear tape and gift tags. Thank you in advance for your generosity in this season of giving!

3. Do you enjoy a spirited argument? If so, then the HBMS Debate Club is for you!  Our first  meeting is today after school until 3.30

4.  8th graders - baby photos for the HBMS yearbook have been coming in fast and furious! Please remember to submit, or ask your parents to submit, by this Friday. Email photos to Mrs. Chase.

5.   A reminder to all artists that yearbook cover designs are due to Mrs. Chase or Mrs. Werne the Friday after vacation, January 5th! 2 winners will be selected. See posters around school for more info.

6.  Attention students and staff Friday, December 22 is ugly sweater day.   Prizes will be awarded for the students and staff with the ugliest sweater.   Voting will take place at lunch.

7. HBMS Ski & Snowboard Club Members:  Reminder that your blue permission slips and the bus cost are due this Friday.  If we don't get it, you won't be able to go up to the mountain the first night!  Turn it in to Moore, Minott, or Barrett

Tuesday, December 12, 2017
1.  The Girls Basketball team faced stiff competition yesterday, playing the also undefeated Merrimack Valley Middle School of Concord. The girls were up to the challenge and earned a hard fought victory, 45-38. In a game that was a lot of fun to watch as both teams played with a high level of defensive intensity, both teams scored with inside and outside shooting, and both teams tried to push the ball and score quickly. In the end, the combined defensive tenacity of Amanda and Tess, along with the 15 points from Grace, 11 points from Maggie and 10 points from Elisabeth, allowed HB to hold onto the lead for the entire game. The next home game is Thursday versus Timberlane.

2.  Hollis Brookline Middle School Boys Basketball 48
V.
Merrimack Valley Middle School 43
Dec. 11. 2017
After coming off an exciting win verse Amherst last Thursday the question remained would the boy's team be up for a tough challenge against a from a very good Merrimack Valley team?
The first quarter started out slow with the HB boys leading by 2 points 9 to 7. 
The HB boys switched to a man to man defense and led at half time by 6 points with a score of 20 to 14.
The Merrimack Valley team never gave up with some fine 3-point shooting and closed the HB lead by 2 points at the end of the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter Ethan  took command by scoring 10 points in 5 minutes.  Joe  sank 3 foul shots in the final minutes and Vinny drilled 2 crucial foul shots to secure the win for the HB boys team.
Ethan led all scorers with a game high of 25 points!!
Join us this Thursday as the boys seek to even their record to 3 and 3 against Timberlane. 

3.  Video game club is cancelled today.

4.  All basketball and wrestling is cancelled due to the concert.

5.  Winter Concert tonight.  7th grade start time is 6:00 p.m., 8th grade start time is 7:30 p.m.

6.  History club is cancelled today


Monday, December 11, 2017
1.  Student Council will be selling Candy-grams at all lunches this. For 50 cents you can send a sweet treat to a friend.

2.  7th Grade Robotics Club Interested Students - The second organizational meeting for this year's team is going to be held tonight from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. in the library  - you must bring a parent and be prepared to fill out  a permission slip. Meetings will be on Monday nights moving forward, with an optional night on Thursdays. We look forward to seeing you there

3. Do you enjoy a spirited argument? If so, then the HBMS Debate Club is for you!  Our first meeting will be Wednesday, December 13 after school until 3:30   

4. The Student Council Giving Tree is now set up in the Front Office to benefit the Nashua Children's Home. Please consider taking a tag and purchasing a gift for child in this area whose family is looking at a holiday season without much. The unwrapped gifts need to be returned to the Front Office unwrapped with the gift tag securely attached by Friday, December 15. The Children's Home will also take donations of wrapping paper, clear tape and gift tags. Thank you in advance for your generosity in this season of giving!

5.  Green group will meet in Ms. Whites room after school today.




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posted Jan 16, 2015, 4:44 AM by pat.hasychak@sau41.org   [ updated Sep 5, 2017, 8:01 AM by Melissa Hildreth ]


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