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Superintendent's Message

Dear BPS Families,

As the days get colder and pumpkins are everywhere that you look, we know that learning is in full swing in our schools. In addition to the many communications that you receive from our schools, I will continue to update you on district-wide information and items that you may find of interest.


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Bourne Public Schools Offering Pre-AP Courses to Freshmen For 2021-2022 School Year Pre AP

BOURNE -- Superintendent Kerri Anne Quinlan-Zhou and Bourne High School Principal Amy Cetner are pleased to report that the Bourne Public Schools has earned a Pre-AP designation for the current school year.

Bourne High School Music Students Meet Virtually With Composer and BHS Alumnus Ian Good Bourne High School students in Lisa Fournier's Pre-AP Music class speak with composer and BHS alumnus Ian Good

BOURNE -- Superintendent Kerri Anne Quinlan-Zhou and principal Amy Cetner are pleased to share that a group of Bourne High School music students recently had a unique opportunity to speak with a BHS alumnus after studying his work as part of their
class.

On Thursday, Oct. 7, students in Lisa Fournier’s Pre-AP Music class had the opportunity to virtually meet with composer Ian Good, a 2007 graduate of BHS, who was also one of Fournier’s former students. The students were able to ask Good
questions about his piece, “The Mad Wind,” after it was incorporated into their lesson
plan for the new school year. The first module in the Pre-AP Music class is the Introduction to Programmatic Music, which examines music associated with something that gives it meaning. Students in Fournier’s class studied such famous composers as John Williams, Franz Schubert, Gustav Holst, George F. Handel and Rene Claussen, before Fournier assigned them “The Mad Wind.”

Bourne Schools Welcome Special Education Inclusion Specialist Dr. Deborah Harris

The Bourne Public School district has contracted with a specialist in special education inclusion training for the next three years to train faculty and staff.

Dr. Deborah Harris is an educational consultant who has been facilitating and implementing inclusion programs in school districts since 1993. Bourne Public Schools began working with Dr. Harris this September.

The educational consultant will spend her first year in the district working with special education staff.

Bourne School Committee Unanimously Passes Resolution Reaffirming Commitment to District's Non-Discrimination Policy
BHS Sponsors Innovation Pathways Presentation for Students in Grades 6-9 & Parents on 10.25.21 Innovation Pathways

Students in grades 6 - 9 are encouraged to join us on October 25 at 6 PM in the BHS Auditorium to learn more about the Bourne High School's Innovation Pathways Program, which is scheduled to roll out in Fall 2022. For more information, please see our invitation here!

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