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Events for the Week of April 18th- April 23rd

April 18th

Boys Tennis vs. Farmington, 3:30 pm

Girls Tennis Player/Parent Info Meeting (Zoom), 7:00 pm

April 19th

Girls Golf @ Olympus

Boys Soccer @ Murray, 3:30pm

  Softball vs. Murray, 3:30pm

 Baseball vs. Skyline, 3:30pm

 Boys Tennis vs. Skyline (Senior Night), 3:30pm

Girls Lacrosse @ Waterford, 5:00pm

Marching Band Step-Off Meeting (Twin Peaks), 6:00pm

April 20th

Girls Golf @ River Oaks

Track @ Park City, 3:30pm

Baseball @ Skyline, 4:00pm

Volleyball Parent/Player Information Meeting (Twin Peaks), 6:00pm

American Problems Mock Election (Auditorium), 6:00pm

April 21st

Girls Golf @ Olympus

5A Theater Competition

Region Orchestra @ Murray HS

Parent-Teacher Conferences, 3:00pm – 8:30pm

Boys Tennis @ East, 3:30pm

Softball @ Olympus, 3:30pm

Substance Abuse and Prevention Class (Career Center), 5:00pm

Girls Lacrosse vs. Alta, 7:30pm

April 22nd





April 23rd



No School Today – Compensatory Day

Baseball @ Skyline, 3:30pm

Boys Soccer vs. Olympus, 3:30pm

Boys Lacrosse vs. Juan Diego, 7:30pm

 

Track @ Ogden Invitational (Ogden HS)

  • The Bengal Bash will be 10:30 PM to 3:00 AM at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center Tickets can be purchased here for $35 or $45 at the door.
  • On April 4th Cottonwood Heights City will begin more extensive construction on the roundabout in front of Brighton. The church parking lot northeast of the school will be used for construction purposes, so any students parking in that lot will be towed. Please encourage your students to park at the skatepark. Also, due to the ongoing construction at Brighton, we will not be able to sell parking passes to sophomores and we will continue to ticket them if they are found parked on campus.
  • There will be a Volleyball parent meeting for all returning and incoming athletes and parents! On Wednesday, April 20th at 6:00pm. If your athlete plans on trying out for the 2022 season, this is a great opportunity for more information about summer open gyms, summer clinics, season participation fees, parent committee, fundraising, and tryout dates! The meeting will be held on the 2nd floor of Brighton High School in the Twin Peaks Conference room. Any questions, please email brighton.vb@yahoo.com
  • Brighton High School Teacher Appreciation Week is April 25th – 29th.  This year, the PTSA chose to reflect on the construction of the new school with a theme of “Thank You Teachers!  You BUILD a Better Brighton!”  We have several events throughout the week where we would love help from parents to show the teachers and staff at Brighton how much we appreciate their hard work.  Please check out this link if you are able to contribute a food item:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C48ABAE22A5F49-bhsteacher2 There are some other ways you and/or your student can show appreciation to their teachers.  We will have a poster each teacher can place in their classroom that lists some of their “favorite things.” You or your student are welcome to pick up a favorite snack, soda, etc., for teachers.  And don’t forget, one of the most appreciated things a teacher can receive is a nice personal note from a parent or a student.  Thank you for helping to make the week of April 25th a great week for Brighton’s teachers and staff.
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, April 21 from 3:00pm to 8:30pm. There will be a break from 5:00pm-6:00pm for employees to eat dinner. If you prefer to walk-in and meet with the teacher or support staff, you may contact the them directly and set up an appointment. Also, there will not be school on Friday, April 22. The link to sign up for appointments will be open on April 14.

  • Concurrent Enrollment Information Night  will be held Wednesday, April 27th 6-7pm in the Library All students who requested Concurrent Enrollment classes for next year are invited to attend with their parents to learn about SLCC concurrent enrollment and the course offerings at Brighton. Contact Lisa Prudden, CTE Coordinator (lisa.prudden@canyonsdistrict.org) with any questions.
  • ASPIRE Make up testing will begin May 18 to May 28.  Students can test from 7:30am to 4:00pm daily.  Students will receive a note from the counseling center to report to room 3600.  Please bring a fully charged Chromebook.  Please email Janalee Moncur with any questions at: janalee.moncur@canyonsdistrict.org

  • Brighton Choir would like to invite you to come and sing with us next year!  We have many exciting opportunities planned for 2022-2023 including-


    • Do you love Beatles songs?  We’ll be having our 2nd Brighton Beat-ALS fundraiser concert in the fall.  Come and sing Beatles songs with a Beatles cover band to support families in our community who are battling ALS.
    • “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!”  Spread joy through the community during the winter season by performing at the capitol, downtown, rest homes, community events, and many more.
    • Festival Season brings opportunities to compete and work with clinicians and professionals.
    • We hope to finish the season off with Lagoon’s “Music in the Parks” festival in May!
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  • Choir Auditions are happening THIS WEEK!  Individual Auditions are Friday, April 22nd and group auditions are Monday, April 25th.  Come and sign up for an audition time at room #1119 or to ask Mr. Emrazian any questions.  Join choir, make new friends and memories for 2023, and become part of this great community at Brighton.

     

    Website – https://brightonchoir.page.link/joinchoir

    Audition Packet – https://brightonchoir.page.link/packet

    Program Video – https://youtu.be/meAbMNtJJFM

  • Many students who bought a Yearbook last year never picked up their book.  Starting tomorrow, April 19th, during FLEX students can come down to room 3206 to collect their Yearbook from last year. If they never bought last year’s yearbook but would like to, they can still buy through the finance office.
  • Help Refugee Soccer put shoes on the feet of hundreds of refugees who have so little! The Brighton High National Honor Society is working with a local non-profit organization to gather donations of new or gently-used soccer cleats or athletic shoes to give to Afghan children recently relocated to the US as part of Operation Allies Refuge. All sizes and girls/boys styles are welcome! Donations will be accepted in the Brighton High School main office and counseling center from April 11th through April 29th. The children will be grateful and better equipped for daily life and playing their beloved game of soccer safely and at a higher level thanks to you!
  • South Valley Chamber Junior Women in Business Scholarship Program 

    Girls Only!  If you will be a senior next year, you can apply to be Brighton’s representative for the South Valley Chamber Junior Women In Business Program.  The selected applicant participates in (free) monthly networking luncheons, and other programs as outlined by the Chamber. Upon completion of the program, the student representative will receive a ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP! 

     

    To apply go here… https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfin6zsmaZ47fbwyvo2tSm38COmDg_k3nE9iJYs3FHMxSHT9w/viewform?usp=sf_link
  • Results from the ACT March 8, 2022, test will be mailed to the students this week.  Results can also be found by emailing janalee.moncur@canyonsdistrict.org.   Students who tested with accommodations and those students who tested on March 22, 2022, will receive their results the week of April 11, 2022.
  • We are looking for five full-time custodians. Shifts are 7:00am – 3:30pm and 3:00pm – 11:30pm. These positions come with full benefits: insurance, sick days, vacation and personal days. If you or anyone you know is interested, email Sara Cook at sara.cook@canyonsdistrict.org

     
  • ADVANCE AND HONORS DIPLOMAS    

    The list of seniors earning Advanced and Honors diplomas has been posted in the BHS Counseling Center. Advanced and Honors Appeal forms can be picked up in the Counseling Center.  These forms are due April 22, 2022.  Please return them to the counseling center or email them to janalee.moncur@canyonsdistrict.org. If there are any questions, please email Janalee Moncur or call 801-826-5827.  

  • AP TESTING SCHEDULE

    AP Testing Schedule is as follows:

     

    AP 2-D, AP 3-D, AND AP DRAWING    The last day is Wednesday, May 4, 2022, to submit Digital Art and Design portfolios by 4 pm. 

     

    AP SEMINAR AND AP RESERACH student must submit final performance tasks and their presentations must be scored by their AP SEMINAR AND AP TEACHERS BY 4 pm on APRIL 27, 2022.

     

    AP US GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IS MAY 2 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP CHEMISTRY IS MAY 2 AT NOON IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP PSYCHOLOGY IS MAY 3 AT 11:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP ENGLISH LITERATURE IS MAY 4 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP COMPUTER SCIENCE IS MAY 4 AT NOON IN ROOM 3600

    AP HUMAN GEOGRAPH IS MAY 5 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP MACROECONOMICS IS MAY 5 AT 7:30 IN ROOM 1513

     

    AP STATS IS MAY 5 AT NOON IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP SEMINAR IS MAY 5 AT NOON IN ROOM 1513

     

    AP EURO HISTORY IS MAY 6 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600 AND ROOM 1513

     

    AP US HISTORY IS MAY 6 AT 7:30 AM AT COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS CITY HALL

     

    AP CALCULUS IS MAY 9 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS MAY 10 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600 AND COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS CITY HALL

     

    AP BIO, May 11, noon – Room 3600

    AP CHINESE IS MAY 11 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600

     

    AP SPANISH IS MAY 11 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 1513

     

    AP FRENCH IS MAY 12 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 3600  (SHERANIAN)

     

    AP FRENCH IS MAY 12 AT 7:30 AM IN ROOM 1513  (ROUCHON)

     

    AP PHYSICS IS MAY 12 AT NOON IN ROOM 3600

    LATE TESTING IS MAY 18 – 19 – 20.  If a student needs to take their AP test during this late schedule, arrangements must be made with Janalee Moncur at janalee.moncur@canyonsdistrict.org by April 1, 2022.

  • Just a reminder that all financial transactions are handled by the Main Office. Please don’t try to make payments in the Registrar’s Office, Counseling Center or Attendance Office.

  • Check out Brightonbengals.net to get tickets for our school events such as the girls and boys basketball games and school dances. From the website, you can also watch live feeds of our home games.
  • If your student is struggling with depression, suicide ideation, or other social emotional concerns, our Counseling Center website has resources for you. Follow this link and click on the Social/Emotional tab: https://www.bhscounseling.org
  • Sweepers Needed – Monday through Friday for 2 hours after school each day. This is a perfect job for your student. Email sara.cook@canyonsdistrict.org for more information.
  • We will not be taking any delivery services for students in the main office or attendance office. This includes: food delivery services, flowers, balloons, etc. If a delivery service comes to the office for a student order, they will be turned away. Parents/guardians may still drop off items such as lunches, books, or schoolwork for students; however, students will not be called down until the next passing time. If the item will cause a disruption to class, it will be held in the office until the end of the school day and your student may pick it up then. Thanks for your cooperation.
  • We need substitute teachers! According to Sally Sansom, CSD Human Resource Administrator, in just the first few weeks of the school year, CSD is receiving more than 100 requests a day for substitutes. Canyons is committed to ensuring that every class has supervision, but the dearth of active subs has required schools to ask office staff to leave their regular duties to teach a class, or recruit part-time employees to come in on their days off If you’re interested in becoming a substitute teacher at Brighton follow this link for more information: https://www.canyonsdistrict.org/general-news/csd-calls-on-community-to-help-recruit-substitutes/
  • It’s never too early to start thinking about college and applying for scholarships! Make a SCHOLARSHIP APPOINTMENT to discuss college, ACT, scholarship opportunities and more with our Scholarship Advisor, Mrs. Schwendiman. To access the calendar and make an appointment, visit: https://signup.com/Activities#/3322451/jobs/edit
  • The Counseling Center needs your student to join Remind. Counselors uses Remind
    to communicate important dates, testing information, and other counseling center
    news. Please use the following codes to sign up:

 

BHS Class of 2021 

Students A-F     @bhs21af 

Students G-L    @bhs21gl 

Students M-R     @bh21smr 

Students S-Z    @bhs21sz

BHS Class of 2022 

Students A-F     @bhs22af 

Students G-L    @bhs22gl 

Students M-R     @bh22smr 

Students S-Z    @bhs22sz

BHS Class of 2023 

Students A-F     @bhs23af 

Students G-L    @bhs23gl 

Students M-R     @bh23smr 

Students S-Z    @bhs23sz

BHS Class of 2024 

Students A-F     @bhs24af 

Students G-L    @bhs24gl 

Students M-R     @bh24smr 

Students S-Z    @bhs24sz

 

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