Monday, May 13, 2013
$150.00 per player - includes golf, cart, lunch, and after golf party on the veranda.Contests:
Hole in One Contest ∙ Longest Drive ∙ Hole in the Raft Contest ∙ Winning TeamSchedule:
9:30 Registration and Driving Range opens
11:00 Shotgun start
After play : golf awards and reception
Help Sponsor our activities
Reception Sponsor : $1,500
Receive registration for 2 players; logo in player brochure and booth space at the awards reception after the tournament! Two golf party awards tickets.Music Sponsorship : $600
Your banner hung at the golf awards above the band, two golf party tickets, logo players in the brochure.Please call April Calabro at 970-963-2896 for more information
UPCOMING COLLEGE PLANNING EVENTS FOR BHS STUDENTS
Saturday, April 6 - First Generation College Summit - 8:00 a.m. at Glenwood Springs H.S. Sponsored by Colorado Mountain College. This conference style summit is focused on first generation students and families who want to learn more about being prepared for college. Learn more about: Student and Family Resources, Financial Aid/Scholarships, High School and College Success, College Preparation, Self-Improvement, and much MORE. Register online at www.coloradomtn.edu/1stgeneration.
Wednesday, April 10 - Freshmen Meeting: "The Road Ahead: Thinking About Post-Secondary Educational Opportunities." During Enrichment in Room 104.
Thursday, April 11 - Junior Students and Parents College Planning Meeting #1- 5:00 p.m. in Room 104. Jamie Burciaga from College and Colorado will speak to juniors and their parents about the scholarship search process and financial aid. Don't miss: "It's Never Too Early to Search for Scholarships."
Friday, April 12 - College Planning Meeting for Juniors. During Enrichment in Room 104.
Wednesday, April 24 - "Get Ready for the CU-Boulder Campus Visit." During Enrichment in Room 104.
Friday, April 26 - "Be a CU Student for a Day" College Trip for BHS Juniors. This program will enable BHS juniors to "get a taste" of college life at the University of Colorado Boulder campus. The "Student for a Day" program will include: a sample lecture, a walking tour of CU-Boulder, a panel discussion with current students, a residence hall tour, eating lunch on campus, and meeting with various campus leaders and representatives. Contact BHS college counselors, Carolyn and Susan, for more information.
Thursday, May 16 - College trip to University of Denver, University of Northern Colorado and more. Details to follow.
May - Junior Students and Parent College Planning Meeting #2 - Date TBD
Summer - College Planning Workshops - Dates TBD
Basalt wrestler ﬁnishes ﬁfth at state
Hector Chagoya puts Longhorns on the podium at the Pepsi Center
The Aspen Times
Aspen, CO, Colorado
BASALT -- Four wrestlers from Basalt High School will hit the mats this week at the annual CHSAA State Wrestling Championships in Denver.
The four Longhorns qualified for the state tournament with their finishes last weekend at the Class 3A Regionals in Grand Valley.
Cousins Ruben and Hector Chagoya fiinished second in their respective divisions for the Longhorns. Ruben Chagoya was second at 145 pounds; Hector Chaga was second at 120. Senior captain
Edwin Meraz finished third in the regional tournament in the 126-pound bracket.
Basalt freshman Olmer Marquez placed third in the 195-pound bracket at Grand Valley.
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Wednesday, January 9, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. First annual BHS Graduates' Perspectives on College Life presentation in Room 104. Recent BHS graduates who attend a variety of colleges and post-secondary programs will share their experiences and perspectives on college life in a moderated discussion. Current BHS students and parents are encouraged to attend.
Wednesday, January 9, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. CU Boulder / CSU Fort Collins Application Workshop in the BHS library. BHS College Counselors, Carolyn Williams and Susan Walter, will be available to assist students in completing their college applications for the upcoming CU Boulder (January 15) and CSU Fort Collins (February 1) application deadlines.
Friday, January 11, during Enrichment. 5-Point Film Festival Student Grant Dream Project presentation in Room 104. Don't miss this great opportunity for outstanding high school students (from Aspen to Rifle) to explore their own personal boundaries and dreams. Learn more about this $1,500 scholarship to embark on a life-changing opportunity.
Tuesday, January 15, during Enrichment. Local Scholarship Meeting in Room 104. BHS counselors will distribute the general scholarship application for local scholarships for college and review the application process. BHS parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. All local scholarship applications will be due by March 4.
Wednesday, January 16, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Financial Aid Meeting #3: Completing the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA). BHS College Counseling will hold a workshop for BHS Senior Parents and Students regarding the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will be a hands-on workshop in which College in Colorado representatives will assist parents and students in completing the FAFSA, the mandatory form that must be completed in order for students to be considered for federal need-based financial aid for college. In order to complete the FAFSA, a PIN (Personal Identification Number) is required for both student and parent. To apply for a PIN, visit the this FAFSA web page: http://www.pin.ed.gov/PINWebApp/appinstr.jsp
Individual Student and Parent - College Counselor Meetings. BHS Seniors and Juniors and their parents are invited to schedule a 30 minute meeting with BHS College Counselors, Carolyn Williams and Susan Walter, to discuss their student's progress in the college search and application process and/or to discuss any other college planning questions they may have. To schedule an appointment, please email: email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your name, student's name, and preference for meeting time in your email.
child from sexual abuse
10 Things Flyer (pdf)
On December 10, 2012 parents will want to attend the Parents Preventing Sexual Abuse presentation offered by Meghan Hurley. Meghan has been the therapist at our local children's advocacy center, River Bridge Regional Center, since it opened in 2007.
Many concerned parents have contacted Meghan in recent weeks asking questions about how to talk to their children about the Jessica Ridgeway murder. Meghan has taught 10 tips that every parent should know to protect your child from sexual abuse for the past two years, as a way to help parents wanting to gain knowledge on how to speak to their children about sexual abuse and stranger danger.
Meghan is bringing this class to Sopris Elementary School to help empower parents by giving them effective strategies on how to communicate with their children on this difficult topic. Her extensive training related to sexual abuse victimization, as well as her work with survivors and their families, allows her to pass on knowledge that is essential for any parent to have.
Interested in creating a community of children safe from sexual offenders? Please attend on December 10, at Sopris Elementary School, from 6:30-8:30. This is a free event. For more information, please contact Meghan at 945-5195 or [ mailto:email@example.com ]firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meghan Hurley Backofen, LCSW
CORE Sexual Abuse Treatment Provider
River Bridge Regional Center
520 21st Street
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
PHONE: [ tel:970.945.5195 ]970.945.5195
FAX [ tel:970.947.9187 ]970.947.9187