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  • 6/13-Wed.

    1. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.

    6/12-Tues.

    1. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.

    6/11-Mon.

    1. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.

    6/8-Fri.

    1. It's that time of year! Check your bags, your lockers, under your bed -Please return all library books as soon as possible.
    2. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.

    6/7-Thurs.

    1. There will be a full club Sigma Tau Sigma meeting Friday June 8 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please see a member of the faculty council if you cannot attend.
    2. Are you interested in competing and attending regional, state, and national level STEM competitions and conferences? If so, come out to the Technology Student Association (TSA) interest meeting after school on Thursday, June 7th in Mr. Harty's room, (rm. 111). This will be a short meeting and should only take 30 minutes.
    3. It's that time of year! Check your bags, your lockers, under your bed -Please return all library books as soon as possible.
    4. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.
    5. Are you interested in running cross country in the fall? Come to an interest meeting on Monday, June 11th after school in room 636.

    6/6-Wed.

    1. There will be a full club Sigma Tau Sigma meeting Friday June 8 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please see a member of the faculty council if you cannot attend.
    2. MIT Launch meets this Thursday at 8:15am in room 178. This is a "must attend" meeting as all membership must be finalized by the end of July 2018. If you and your friends are
    3. interested in entrepreneurship and engineering, and working in teams then come to this meeting! Donuts will be provided!
    4. Are you interested in competing and attending regional, state, and national level STEM competitions and conferences? If so, come out to the Technology Student Association (TSA) interest meeting after school on Thursday, June 7th in Mr. Harty's room, (rm. 111). This will be a short meeting and should only take 30 minutes.
    5. It's that time of year! Check your bags, your lockers, under your bed -Please return all library books as soon as possible.
    6. The final open dance class of the year will be tomorrow, before school 8:20 in the black box. The routine will feature choreography by Bella. Hope to see you there.
    7. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.
    8. The B will be open for the final time this year on Thursday! We’re ending the year with a karaoke bang so come out and enjoy! There will be prizes for the best performances and a free cookie with the purchase of a Coldbrew Coffee.
    9. Are you interested in running cross country in the fall? Come to an interest meeting on Monday, June 11th after school in room 636.
    10. Attention! Our local animal shelter needs your help! There's a donation box set up in the front lobby for the Loudoun County Animal Shelter. Anything ranging from cleaning supplies and newspapers to blankets/towels and pet supplies will help greatly. All proceeds will help save the life of a furry friend!

    6/5-Tues.

    1. There will be a full club Sigma Tau Sigma meeting Friday June 8 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please see a member of the faculty council if you cannot attend.
    2. MIT Launch meets this Thursday at 8:15am in room 178. This is a "must attend" meeting as all membership must be finalized by the end of July 2018. If you and your friends are interested in entrepreneurship and engineering, and working in teams then come to this meeting! Donuts will be provided!
    3. Are you interested in competing and attending regional, state, and national level STEM competitions and conferences? If so, come out to the Technology Student Association (TSA) interest meeting after school on Thursday, June 7th in Mr. Harty's room, (rm. 111). This will be a short meeting and should only take 30 minutes.
    4. Please pick up any unclaimed preordered yearbooks in the main office. Yearbooks are still available for purchase for $90 cash or check; see Ms. Sacco in room 206.
    5. It's that time of year! Check your bags, your lockers, under your bed -Please return all library books as soon as possible.
    6. The final open dance class of the year will be this Thursday, before school 8:20 in the black box. The routine will feature choreography by Bella. Hope to see you there.
    7. Attention all students planning on taking AP Biology next year. Your summer assignment is ready! Please come to room 111 and see Mr. Harty to pick up your textbook and get information on your summer assignment.
    8. For the blood drive, all donors need to meet at their scheduled time in Mr. Newman’s room, 192. Teachers, passes for students for the blood drive were put in your mail boxes this morning. You can also check the email Mr. Newman sent out last night for a list of donors. All staff are invited to come donate, you will be bumped to the beginning of the line.

    6/4-Mon.

    1. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.
    2. There will be a full club Sigma Tau Sigma meeting Friday June 8 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please see a member of the faculty council if you cannot attend.
    3. Are you interested in competing and attending regional, state, and national level STEM competitions and conferences? If so, come out to the Technology Student Association (TSA) interest meeting after school on Thursday, June 7th in Mr. Harty's room, (rm. 111). This will be a short meeting and should only take 30 minutes

    6/1-Fri.

    1. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.
    2. There will be a full club Sigma Tau Sigma meeting Friday June 8 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please see a member of the faculty council if you cannot attend.
    3. Attention! Our local animal shelter needs your help! There's a donation box set up in the front lobby for the Loudoun County Animal Shelter. Anything ranging from cleaning supplies and newspapers to blankets/towels and pet supplies will help greatly. All proceeds will help save the life of a furry friend!

    5/31-Thurs.

    1. Staff and students today is the opening of the Senior , AP Studio and Scholastic Art exhibit in front of the auditorium. We hope you will take the time  to swing by and look at the amazing art! The show opens today and runs through next Friday. Artists will be on hand this evening at an art reception from 5-6 if you would like to meet the artists.

    2. Freshmen yearbook distribution will take place outside the cafeteria during lunch TOMORROW! This is the final day of yearbook distribution. See Ms. Sacco with any questions.

    3. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/30-Wed.

    1. Sophomore yearbook distribution will take place outside the cafeteria during lunch TOMORROW! 
    2. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/29-Tues.

    1. Junior yearbook distribution will take place outside the cafeteria during lunch TOMORROW!
    2. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/25-Fri.

    1. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!
    2. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/24-Thurs.

    1. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!
    2.  Senior yearbook distribution will take place from 8 am -9 am TOMORROW MORNING!
    3. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/23-Wed.

    1. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!
    2. There will be a blood drive with Children's National Medical on Tuesday, June 5th. Each pint of blood you give can save the life of 3 kids. You can sign up to donate during lunch or in the morning in the Main Lobby. See Mr. Newman for more details.

    5/22-Tues.

    1. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!

    5/21-Mon.

    1. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!
    2. Yearbook distribution is approaching! Seniors who preordered yearbooks can pick them up from 8 am-9 am on Friday, 5/25. Underclassmen can pick up preordered yearbooks outside the cafeteria during lunch on the following days:

      -Juniors: Wednesday, 5/30

      -Sophomores: Thursday, 5/31

      -Freshmen: Friday, 6/1

      Preorder yearbooks by Thursday, 5/24. Forms are outside of room 206 or in the front office.

    5/18-Fri.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!

    5/17-Thurs.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!
    3. 3. Seniors, don't forget to turn in your library books. You need a clear record to get your cap and gown!

    5/16-Wed.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. Seniors, please return your library books in order to get your cap and gown. If you lost your books, please bring in money for the replacement cost.
    3. The Spart Mart will be having their huge summer blowout sale, Wednesday, May 23 from 5:30-8:00. There will be massive discounts, clearing out winter items to make room for the next season. Join us for fun and amazing sales!

    5/15-Tues.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. Seniors, please return your library books in order to get your cap and gown. If you lost your books, please bring in money for the replacement cost.

    5/14-Mon.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.

    5/11-Fri.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. Seniors, if you have overdue books, please return them or bring in money so we can replace them. Your record needs to be cleared in order to get your cap and gown. 

    5/10-Thurs.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. All library books are due June 1st!

    5/9-Wed.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    2. This week the Thespian-sponsored, open dance class will be to a hip-hop vibe with music from Bruno Mars, Cadi B. and others. Pop on by and bring a friend, Thursday, 8:20 am in the Black Box theatre. 

    5/8-Tues.

    1. The Marching Spartans will be holding Percussion Clinics from 4:30 to 6:30 pm on Monday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 9th, with auditions on Wednesday, May 16th. If you play drums, piano, guitar or bass, and are interested in joining the Marching Spartans, come to the band room after school on clinic days! The Marching Spartans Color Guard will also be holding clinics at the Farmwell Station Middle School Cafeteria beginning Tuesday, May 8th through Friday, May 10th. No experience is required! Wear your athletic attire and sneakers, and bring a water bottle! Marching Spartans Commitment Night for all instrumentalists and Color Guard will be held on Monday, May 14th at 7:00 PM in the BRHS Cafeteria.
    2. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.
    3. This week the Thespian-sponsored, open dance class will be to a hip-hop vibe with music from Bruno Mars, Cadi B. and others. Pop on by and bring a friend, Thursday, 8:20 am in the Black Box theatre.

    5/7-Mon.

    1. Seniors, If you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 pm on May 18th.

    5/4-Fri.

    1. Tuesday thru Friday all lost and found items will be located on tables in the front lobby behind Mrs. West's desk. Anything NOT claimed by Friday will be donated that afternoon. Please be sure to stop by if you are missing something! Again, any unclaimed items will be packed up and donated Friday afternoon!!
    2. Still need hours for your club? There will be a Parent's Night Out this Saturday. Sign ups are outside of Mr. Newman's door, room 192
    3. The Marching Spartans will be holding Percussion Clinics from 4:30 to 6:30 pm on Monday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 9th, with auditions on Wednesday, May 16th. If you play drums, piano, guitar or bass, and are interested in joining the Marching Spartans, come to the band room after school on clinic days! The Marching Spartans Color Guard will also be holding clinics at the Farmwell Station Middle School Cafeteria beginning Tuesday, May 8th through Friday, May 10th. No experience is required! Wear your athletic attire and sneakers, and bring a water bottle! Marching Spartans Commitment Night for all instrumentalists and Color Guard will be held on Monday, May 14th at 7:00 PM in the BRHS Cafeteria. 

    5/3-Thurs.

    1. Tuesday thru Friday all lost and found items will be located on tables in the front lobby behind Mrs. West's desk. Anything NOT claimed by Friday will be donated that afternoon. Please be sure to stop by if you are missing something! Again, any unclaimed items will be packed up and donated Friday afternoon!!
    2. If you served as a Sigma Tau Sigma Mentor this past year, ,there will be a Thank You Chick-Fil-A Breakfast this Friday, May 4 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. This breakfast is for those that served this past year only. See you at 8:30 this Friday in the cafeteria!
    3. Still need hours for your club? There will be a Parent's Night Out this Saturday. Sign ups are outside of Mr. Newman's door, room 192

    5/2-Wed.

    1. On Thursday May 3rd, Thirst Club will be meeting at 8:30am in room 178. We are asking all members to attend. We will discuss Thirst Club leadership and we hope that you choose to get involved!
    2. Tuesday thru Friday all lost and found items will be located on tables in the front lobby behind Mrs. West's desk. Anything NOT claimed by Friday will be donated that afternoon. Please be sure to stop by if you are missing something! Again, any unclaimed items will be packed up and donated Friday afternoon!!
    3. If you served as a Sigma Tau Sigma Mentor this past year, ,there will be a Thank You Chick-Fil-A Breakfast this Friday, May 4 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. This breakfast is for those that served this past year only. See you at 8:30 this Friday in the cafeteria!
    4. Still need hours for your club? There will be a Parent's Night Out this Saturday. Sign ups are outside of Mr. Newman's door, room 192
    5. The weather has finally warmed up! That means it's time to start WWAPing. Meet us at 8:15 on Thursday in Mr. Manning's room, room 117, to start your morning right. We'll have food and a lovely walk to start your Thursday.

    5/1-Tues.

    1. On Thursday May 3rd, Thirst Club will be meeting at 8:30am in room 178. We are asking all members to attend. We will discuss Thirst Club leadership and we hope that you choose to get involved!
    2. Tuesday thru Friday all lost and found items will be located on tables in the front lobby behind Mrs. West's desk. Anything NOT claimed by Friday will be donated that afternoon. Please be sure to stop by if you are missing something! Again, any unclaimed items will be packed up and donated Friday afternoon!!
    3. COME OUT & SUPPORT THE BOYS’ LACROSSE TEAM AT THEIR LAST HOME GAME ON TUESDAY, MAY 1ST. SHOW THE SENIORS SOME LOVE.
    4. Art club is cancelled today, Tuesday May 1st. Please plan to attend next Tuesday to plan for the end of year party.
    5. For this Thursday’s Thespian-sponsored, open dance class, we will be diving into latin rhythms and movement, so come by and dip into some salsa beats in the blackbox theatre, before school.
    6. If you served as a Sigma Tau Sigma Mentor this past year, ,there will be a Thank You Chick-Fil-A Breakfast this Friday, May 4 at 8:30 in the cafeteria. This breakfast is for those that served this past year only. See you at 8:30 this Friday in the cafeteria!
    7. Still need hours for your club? There will be a Parent's Night Out this Saturday. Sign ups are outside of Mr. Newman's door, room 192
    8. The weather has finally warmed up! That means it's time to start WWAPing. Meet us at 8:15 on Thursday in Mr. Manning's room, room 117, to start your morning right. We'll have food and a lovely walk to start your Thursday.

    4/30-Mon.

    1. Come out and eat all next week at Burger 21 from April 30 – May 4. Mention Broad Run when you order to support BR Athletics!
    2. On Tuesday May 1st, Broad Run's feminist club will be meeting in room 178 at 8:30am. Please come! All are welcome! We will discuss board positions for next year.
    3. On Wednesday, May 2nd, Spartan Pride will have a meeting. Spartan Pride is a gay-straight alliance and everyone is welcome to attend. We will be discussing activities for June, which is Gay Pride month. Please come!
    4. Feminist club will be meeting on Tuesday, May 1st at 8:30 a.m. in Dr. Valli’s room. This is the last meeting and we will be discussing important events about the following school year. If you are interested in joining the club next year or if you are already in the club, please attend. Hope everyone can make it!
    5. On Thursday May 3rd, Thirst Club will be meeting at 8:30am in room 178. We are asking all members to attend. We will discuss Thirst Club leadership and we hope that you choose to get involved!
    6. Tuesday thru Friday all lost and found items will be located on tables in the front lobby behind Mrs. West's desk. Anything NOT claimed by Friday will be donated that afternoon. Please be sure to stop by if you are missing something! Again, any unclaimed items will be packed up and donated Friday afternoon!!
    7. The B will be open on Tuesday this week instead of Thursday! Hope to see you there.
    8. Looking for year-end service hours? Or just want to hang out with intriguing people for a Saturday morning? Then volunteer to help assemble Speech & Debate ballots for a national tournament. It's just three hours on Saturday morning, May 19th, and we're providing transportation. If you're interested, then contact your NHS, Interact, Mu Alpha Theta, or Key Club volunteer coordinator — or swing by the Debate & Speech Team display case across from Attendance and scan the QR code to take you to the Sign-Up Genius. Volunteer in the next day or two since the bus is filling.
    9. COME OUT & SUPPORT THE BOYS’ LACROSSE TEAM AT THEIR LAST HOME GAME ON TUESDAY, MAY 1ST. SHOW THE SENIORS SOME LOVE.
    10. Thank you to everyone who participated in National Poetry Month with the Writing Center! The Writing Center received hundreds of great poems throughout April. Last week's Fibonnaci sequence winner is Mallika Lakshminaryan; please come by room 202 to receive your prize.

    4/27-Fri.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do Fibonacci sequence poems.
    2. Did you know that there are 100 million tons of plastic in the oceans? If you are interested in helping the environment, then Green Team is the perfect club for you! To sign up as a member for next year, go to the Green Team’s webpage, located on the Broad Run website under activities, and fill out the Google Form for more information! Let’s work together to beautify our environment, starting with our own high school.
    3. Prom tickets will be on sale today for $75 during all lunch shifts. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door. Prom is at the Dulles airport Marriott and begins at 7:00. You will not be allowed in after 9:00
    4. Come out and eat all next week at Burger 21 from April 30 – May 4. Mention Broad Run when you order to support BR Athletics!
    5. On Tuesday May 1st, Broad Run's feminist club will be meeting in room 178 at 8:30am. Please come! All are welcome! We will discuss board positions for next year.
    6. On Wednesday, May 2nd, Spartan Pride will have a meeting. Spartan Pride is a gay-straight alliance and everyone is welcome to attend. We will be discussing activities for June, which is Gay Pride month. Please come!

    4/26-Thurs.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do Fibonacci sequence poems.
    2. Did you know that there are 100 million tons of plastic in the oceans? If you are interested in helping the environment, then Green Team is the perfect club for you! To sign up as a member for next year, go to the Green Team’s webpage, located on the Broad Run website under activities, and fill out the Google Form for more information! Let’s work together to beautify our environment, starting with our own high school.
    3. prom tickets will not be sold until 10 minutes after A lunch starts.
    4. Here's your morning math fact: the number 111,111,111 multiplied by itself results in the number 12,345,678,987,654,321. Isn't that cool? Yesterday's Math Problem of the Day stumped everyone, so it's still up waiting for a correct answer. Come to the library and give it a shot! Tomorrow will be our last new problem, so get busy! Happy Math Month.
    5. Prom tickets will be on sale today AND tomorrow for $75 during all lunch shifts. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door. Prom is at the Dulles airport Marriott and begins at 7:00. You will not be allowed in after 9:00
    6. Come out and eat all next week at Burger 21 from April 30 – May 4. Mention Broad Run when you order to support BR Athletics!

    4/25-Wed.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do Fibonacci sequence poems.
    2. The Badminton Club will be having an end of the year party this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be having food, drinks and final end to our year so it’s very important for all the members to come! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!
    3. Did you know that there are 100 million tons of plastic in the oceans? If you are interested in helping the environment, then Green Team is the perfect club for you! To sign up as a member for next year, go to the Green Team’s webpage, located on the Broad Run website under activities, and fill out the Google Form for more information! Let’s work together to beautify our environment, starting with our own high school.
    4. The Thespian Society is hosting a free beginner dance class, open to all Broad Run students and staff, Thursday mornings from 8:15-9 In the back box theatre, room 510. Each week will bring a different style and teacher. This week will be taught by Grace Martin from Dream On Dance.
    5. prom tickets will not be sold until 10 minutes after A lunch starts.
    6. Math fact of the day: it should take no more than 20 moves to solve a Rubiks cube no matter which of the 43 QUINTILLION possible starting positions you start with!! Hope you're enjoying Math Awareness Month! Come to the library to try today's Math Problem of the Day! Pear B. has been our winner for the last three days - are you ready to challenge her? 

    4/24-Tue.

    1. Tomorrow is the We’re All Human walk during Spartan Seminar. We hope that over the past week you have taken the time to think about all the people and things in your lives that have supported you. During the walk, our hope is that you reflect on ways that you can manage your stress and taking opportunities to take care of yourself. We look forward to taking a Mindful walk together tomorrow during Spartan Seminar!
    2. Do you want to design the cover of Broad Run’s agenda? A competition will be held to determine the best idea for the cover of our agenda. The first place winner will have their design featured on the front cover of next year’s agenda, while second place will have their design on the inside front cover. All submissions must be given to Mrs. Swartz in room 402 or put in her box in the main office by Friday April 27th.
    3. SENIORS: IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE PART IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY, YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR SIGNED GRADUATION CONTRACT TO MS. SARGEANT OR THE MAIN OFFICE BY 4:00 P.M. ON MAY 18TH.
    4. The Badminton Club will be having an end of the year party this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be having food, drinks and final end to our year so it’s very important for all the members to come! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!
    5. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. Last week's ballad poem winner is Lulu Chatterjee. Stop by room 202 to get your prize basket.
    6. Did you know that there are 100 million tons of plastic in the oceans? If you are interested in helping the environment, then Green Team is the perfect club for you! To sign up as a member for next year, go to the Green Team’s webpage, located on the Broad Run website under activities, and fill out the Google Form for more information! Let’s work together to beautify our environment, starting with our own high school.
    7. The Thespian Society is hosting a free beginner dance class, open to all Broad Run students and staff, Thursday mornings from 8:15-9 In the back box theatre, room 510. Each week will bring a different style and teacher. This week will be taught by Grace Martin from Dream On Dance.
    8. Interact Club, there will be a full club meeting tomorrow morning and afternoon to elect officers for the 2018-19 school year.
    9. Did you know that the first number to contain the letter "a" in its name is "one thousand?" And that the only number to have its letters in alphabetical order is "Forty?" Hope you're enjoying Math Awareness Month! Come to the library to try today's Math Problem of the Day -today's is a thinker! Congratulations to Pear B. for submitting the first correct answer to yesterday's problem. Her odds of winning the gift card are looking good!
    10. prom tickets will not be sold until 10 minutes after A lunch starts. 

    4/23-Mon.

    1. We’re All Human would like to recognize all the mentors in the building who have helped to support all the students here at Broad Run. If you have an adult in the building who you would like to thank, there will be a table in the cafeteria during lunch for you to write a “thank you” note to. We will make sure to get them all distributed.
    2. Attention all students: As a reminder, please do not bring food or beverages into the library. We have had several messes to clean up this week. You will be asked to leave if you are eating in the library. Also, you must have work to do when you come during Study Hall. There are students who are in need of our resources that we are turning away because we have no passes, but there are students taking up space that are not working. If you are not working, we will send you back to Study Hall to offer space to students who need it.
    3. It might be Monday, but it's still Math Awareness Month! Here is today's interesting math fact: A ‘googolplex’ is the number 1 followed by a googol zeros, a number so ridiculously big that - according to the internet - it can’t be written because there literally isn't enough room in the entire universe to fit it! Remember, Mu Alpha Theta is posting math questions of the day right here in the library every morning! Our third question was answered correctly first by Pear B. All daily winners will be entered into a raffle for a $20 gift card. We will have a new problem posted today and throughout this week. You can submit your answers to Mrs. Ries through a Remind text (submission instructions will be posted in the library along with the question).

    4/20-Fri.

    1. Have you ever wondered who you can call in the time of a mental health emergency? There ARE people out there ready to talk! Today in the cafeteria, the We’re All Human club will have a pocket list of numbers for you to have. Please take one for yourself or to have if you have a friend who could use someone confidential to talk to.
    2. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do ballads.
    3. There will be a Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6-10. Sign up outside Ms. Christiansen’s room 102
    4. There will be no cookies this week (friday) since our DECA students will be competing at ICDC. Thanks! They will be back next week!
    5. Attention all students: As a reminder, please do not bring food or beverages into the library. We have had several messes to clean up this week. You will be asked to leave if you are eating in the library. Also, you must have work to do when you come during Study Hall. There are students who are in need of our resources that we are turning away because we have no passes, but there are students taking up space that are not working. If you are not working, we will send you back to Study Hall to offer space to students who need it.
    6. Attention students who are interested in joining the Broad Run Marching Spartans next year! On Sunday, April 22nd, at 7:00 PM, the Broad Run Winterguard and Indoor Drumline will be performing a free Friends and Family exhibition of their 2018 programs in the Broad Run High School Gymnasium. If you are considering joining the Marching Spartan Color Guard or Drumline, this is a fantastic opportunity to see these units in the spotlight! Some staff will be on hand and can answer parent and student questions. We hope that you can join us!
    7. Here is today's interesting math fact: Did you know that the opposite sides of die always add up to 7? Now you do. Remember, Mu Alpha Theta is posting math questions of the day right here in the library every morning! Our first 2 questions were answered correctly by Daniel Debari and Aanchal Dubey - way to go! Their names will be entered into a raffle for a $20 gift card. We will have a new problem posted today and throughout next week. You can submit your answers to Mrs. Ries through a Remind text (submission instructions will be posted in the library along with the question).
    8. Looking to squeeze in some service hours before the gates close on the year? Then volunteer to stuff ballots for the Speech rounds of a national debate and speech tournament. We need about 20 people to help sort ballots on the morning of Saturday, May 19. If you're desperate or just plain interested, then stop by the Debate & Speech team display case across from Attendance and scan the QR code to sign up. Or catch Mr. Dunning's ear in the hall.
    9. Good luck to the following Debaters as they head off to states today: James Ferguson, Achal Patel, Shirin Podury, Rohit Rajuladevi, Pranav Sharma, Juliet Varblow, Hrushikesh Ayalasomayajula

    4/19-Thurs.

    1. Today’s thought from the We’re All Human club is Mindfulness. How are you taking care of you? What are you doing to decompress and relax? Yoga? Music? Exercise? Take time out from your hectic day to be mindful of your needs. Today at lunch, the We’re All Human club is sponsoring a relax and release time in the B. Join us!
    2. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do ballads.
    3. There will be a Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6-10. Sign up outside Ms. Christiansen’s room 102
    4. Do you want to design the cover of Broad Run’s agenda? A competition will be held to determine the best idea for the cover of our agenda. The first place winner will have their design featured on the front cover of next year’s agenda, while second place will have their design on the inside front cover. All submissions must be given to Mrs. Swartz in room 402 or put in her box in the main office by Friday April 27th.
    5. There will be no cookies this week (friday) since our DECA students will be competing at ICDC. Thanks! They will be back next week!
    6. Attention all students: As a reminder, please do not bring food or beverages into the library. We have had several messes to clean up this week. You will be asked to leave if you are eating in the library. Also, you must have work to do when you come during Study Hall. There are students who are in need of our resources that we are turning away because we have no passes, but there are students taking up space that are not working. If you are not working, we will send you back to Study Hall to offer space to students who need it.
    7. Attention students who are interested in joining the Broad Run Marching Spartans next year! On Sunday, April 22nd, at 7:00 PM, the Broad Run Winterguard and Indoor Drumline will be performing a free Friends and Family exhibition of their 2018 programs in the Broad Run High School Gymnasium. If you are considering joining the Marching Spartan Color Guard or Drumline, this is a fantastic opportunity to see these units in the spotlight! Some staff will be on hand and can answer parent and student questions. We hope that you can join us!
    8. The B will be open this today and will be partnering with We’re All Human. Come have a relaxing time and enjoy free tea.

     4/18-Wed.

    1. This is the last day we will have FREE Prom Apparel for anyone interested! Please stop by the theater dressing rooms during ALL lunch blocks to check out the selection. There are gowns, shoes and accessories to choose from. Items for men, although limited, as well.
    2. Today’s thought from the We’re All Human club is generosity. What are some kind acts that you can do today for someone else? The We’re All Human’s club act of kindness for today is a school-wide cookout! The first 100 kids to join us after school in the court yard by the cafeteria will get a hot grilled burger!
    3. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do ballads.
    4. SENIORS:
    5. IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE PART IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY, YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR SIGNED GRADUATION CONTRACT TO MS. SARGEANT OR THE MAIN OFFICE BY 4:00 P.M. ON MAY 18TH.
    6. There will be a Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6-10. Sign up outside Ms. Christiansen’s room 102
    7. Do you want to design the cover of Broad Run’s agenda? A competition will be held to determine the best idea for the cover of our agenda. The first place winner will have their design featured on the front cover of next year’s agenda, while second place will have their design on the inside front cover. All submissions must be given to Mrs. Swartz in room 402 or put in her box in the main office by Friday April 27th.
    8. The theatre department will begin to offer free, open dance classes in the black box every Thursday morning beginning at 8:15. They will be beginner levels and styles will vary from week to week. Attendees can even earn Thespian points. All are welcome, students and teachers, so bring a friend, and we’ll see you Thursday.
    9. Need some volunteer hours? Or just interested in seeing what a debate and speech tournament with more than 3,000 competitors looks like? Volunteers are needed over Memorial Day Weekend in DC to help with the NCFL Grand National Tournament. Help direct foot traffic to and from rounds, collect judges' ballots, set up trophies for the Awards Ceremony, and see what it takes to feed thousands of hungry debaters and speakers in the wild. Stop by the Debate & Speech Team display case across from Attendance and scan the Sign-Up Genius QR code. Or check with your service club sponsors. The six Spartans competing at the event appreciate your help!
    10. April is Math Awareness Month! Here is an interesting mathy fact: If you shuffle a pack of cards properly, chances are that exact order has never been seen before in the whole history of the universe. Whoa. Remember, starting yesterday, Mu Alpha Theta will be posting questions of the day in the library every morning. The first person to answer the daily question correctly will have their name entered into a raffle for a $20 gift card. Try to be the first one to answer correctly every day for a higher chance of winning. You can submit your answers to Mrs. Ries through a Remind text (submission instructions will be posted in the library along with the question). Happy Math Month!
    11. Congratulations to Daniel Debari for being the first to answer the math question of the day correctly with 504 cm2 !!! New problem will posted today in the library

    4/17-Tues.

    1. Tuesday and Wednesday there will be FREE Prom Apparel for anyone interested! Please stop by the theater dressing rooms during ALL lunch blocks on Tuesday and Wednesday to check out the selection. There will be lots of gowns, shoes and accessories to choose from. Items for men, although limited, as well.
    2. Today’s thought from the We’re All Human club is to reflect on the friends in your life that support you. Who can you talk to when you are feeling anxious or stressed? Who is that person on your speed dial? If you would like to honor them with a link on our school chain, please do so at lunch today.
    3. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do ballads.
    4. Thank you to everyone who has purchased the Autism Awareness t-shirts. We still have some for sale, so please get yours soon! We want everyone to wear the shirt on Wednesday, April 18!
    5. Also, as a part of this campaign, We will be decorating puzzle pieces during Spartan Seminar on Wednesday. Thank you for all your support!
    6. There will be a Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6-10. Sign up outside Ms. Christiansen’s room 102

    4/16-Mon.

    1. Tuesday and Wednesday there will be FREE Prom Apparel for anyone interested! Please stop by the theater dressing rooms during ALL lunch blocks on Tuesday and Wednesday to check out the selection. There will be lots of gowns, shoes and accessories to choose from. Items for men, although limited, as well.
    2. On April 25th, the school will be participating in a “We’re All Human” walk. The walk is intended to allow students a time to reflect on the people and things in their lives that support them during times of stress. Each day over the next few weeks, the club will be in the cafeteria during lunch sponsoring various activities. Today, we would like you to think about the members of your family who you feel are there to support you. Please take a minute to write their names down on one of the chain links that will be in the cafeteria today at lunch.
    3. If you are interested in auditioning for a select choir next year, please come talk to Ms. Kauffmann in room 521.
    4. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. Last week's shape poem winner is Kylie Sarner. Stop by room 202 to get your prize basket.
    5. Join Interact and NHS tonight at Chipotle in Belmont Chase tonight to help raise money for the Madison Small Scholarship. Just tell the cashier at checkout your helping raise money at Broad Run. Remember, this is the Chipotle in Belmont Chase up on Claiborne Parkway near Route 7, NOT the one on Yukon Drive.
    6. Thank you to everyone who has purchased the Autism Awareness t-shirts. We still have some for sale, so please get yours soon! We want everyone to wear the shirt on Wednesday, April 18! Also, as a part of this campaign, We will be decorating puzzle pieces during Spartan Seminar on Wednesday. Thank you for all your support!
    7. Congratulations to the entire Broad Run Debate & Speech Team for winning recognition by the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) as Virginia's Leading Team. Major kudos to the Policy teams of Achal Patel & Noah Vickers and Rand Lichtman & Simon Tang for placing Second and Third respectively at the NSDA Virginia State Qualifier. Broad Run will represent Virginia at the NSDA National Tournament in Fort Lauderdale in June when Achal and Noah compete.
    8. April is Math Awareness Month. Starting Tuesday 4/17, Mu Alpha Theta will be posting questions of the day in the library every morning. The first person to answer the daily question correctly will have their name entered into a raffle for a $20 gift card. Try to be the first one to answer correctly every day for a higher chance of winning. You can submit your answers to Mrs. Ries through a Remind text (submission instructions will be posted in the library along with the question). Happy Math Month!
    9. There will be a Parents Night Out this Saturday from 6-10. Sign up outside Ms. Christiansen’s room 102

    4/13-Fri.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So, come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do shape poems.
    2. Spend your day enjoying everything Dulles Golf has to offer this Sunday from 11:30-4:00. Bring your receipt to room 185 or 106 for a chance at a BOGO prom ticket.
    3. Tuesday and Wednesday there will be FREE Prom Apparel for anyone interested! Please stop by the theater dressing rooms during ALL lunch blocks on Tuesday and Wednesday to check out the selection. There will be lots of gowns, shoes and accessories to choose from. Items for men, although limited, as well.
    4. Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Do you enjoy making videos, showing all you know about technology, and announcing information for all to hear? You should apply to become a member of the Morning Announcement crew or the Student Technology Help Desk for next school year. These groups will be working to provide information to both students and staff in regard to school happenings, teaching students and staff about various elements of technology, and assisting the Media/Tech Team in projects. Look for the QR codes around the building to access the application. If you have questions, see Mr. Frazee, Ms. Goodwin, or Mrs. Ivory in the library.
    5. If you are interested in auditioning for a select choir next year, please come talk to Ms. Kauffmann in room 521.
    6. Prom voting for king and queen ends today at 12:00. Make sure you get your votes in
    7. Prom tickets go on sale Thursday, April 19th during all lunch shifts. Permission slips are available in the main office. Prices will increase so get your tickets early.

    4/12-Thurs.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So, come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do shape poems.
    2. Spend your day enjoying everything Dulles Golf has to offer this Sunday from 11:30-4:00. Bring your receipt to room 185 or 106 for a chance at a BOGO prom ticket.
    3. There will be a sophomore class council meeting this Friday, April 13 in room 180 at 8:30. All are welcome!
    4. Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Do you enjoy making videos, showing all you know about technology, and announcing information for all to hear? You should apply to become a member of the Morning Announcement crew or the Student Technology Help Desk for next school year. These groups will be working to provide information to both students and staff in regard to school happenings, teaching students and staff about various elements of technology, and assisting the Media/Tech Team in projects. Look for the QR codes around the building to access the application. If you have questions, see Mr. Frazee, Ms. Goodwin, or Mrs. Ivory in the library.
    5. There will be a sophomore class meeting this Friday, April 13 at 8:30 in room 180. All are welcome!
    6. If you are interested in auditioning for a select choir next year, please come talk to Ms. Kauffmann in room 521.
    7. Congratulations to Rohit Rajuladevi to qualifying to represent Broad Run and Northern Virginia at this year's Grand National Debate & Speech Tournament this Memorial Day in DC. He joins five other Spartans who will be competing with more than 3,000 high school debaters and speakers from across the continent.
    8. Breaking News!! Ms. Walker and Mr. Curtis’s Summer 2019 overseas trip has been changed! Due to high demand, we have decided to launch the Ancient Mediterranean trip. Join us as we explore Rome, Vatican City, Capri, Pompeii, Delphi, Athens, and take a Cruise to the Greek Islands. We expect this trip to fill up fast so please See Ms. Walker in room 194 or Mr. Curtis in room 184 for more information as soon as possible!
    9. The class the 2021 will be hosting a fundraiser TONIGHT at MOD Pizza. Be sure to tell them you're from Broad Run! bring your receipt to Ms. Christiansen in room 102 for a chance to win a gift card!!
    10. The B will be open on today during all lunch shifts with karaoke! Also, the B will be opening on Thursday through Saturday during Broad Run's 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee put on by Broad Run's talented Theatre group. So grab yourself a drink while enjoying the amazing musical!

    4/11-Wed.

    1. Seniors: if you are planning to take part in the graduation ceremony, you must turn in your signed graduation contract to Ms. Sargeant or the main office by 4:00 p.m. on May 18th.
    2. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So, come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do shape poems.
    3. There will be a sophomore class council meeting this Friday, April 13 in room 180 at 8:30. All are welcome!
    4. Attention Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Do you enjoy making videos, showing all you know about technology, and announcing information for all to hear? You should apply to become a member of the Morning Announcement crew or the Student Technology Help Desk for next school year. These groups will be working to provide information to both students and staff in regard to school happenings, teaching students and staff about various elements of technology, and assisting the Media/Tech Team in projects. Look for the QR codes around the building to access the application. If you have questions, see Mr. Frazee, Ms. Goodwin, or Mrs. Ivory in the library.
    5. There will be a sophomore class meeting this Friday, April 13 at 8:30 in room 180. All are welcome!
    6. Show your LOVE, Support, and Acceptance for Autism this month by purchasing an official Broad Run Autism Awareness t-shirt. Unisex t’s are $10 and Lady t’s are $15. We want everyone to wear them and show their support next Wednesday, April 18. Thank you for supporting this campaign and helping us bring awareness!
    7. If you are interested in auditioning for a select choir next year, please come talk to Ms. Kauffmann in room 521. 

    4/10-Tues.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. Last week's acrostic poem winner is Kausar Shah. Stop by room 202 to get your prize basket. Go to the Writing Center on Friday to write a shape poem, get a cupcake, and have an opportunity to win a basket of goodies.
    2. There will be a sophomore class council meeting this Friday, April 13 in room 180 at 8:30. All are welcome!
    3. Art Club will meet today after school until 5 pm in room 8 - All are welcome. 

    4/9-Mon. Teacher Workday

    4/6-Fri.

    1. All Broad Run students are invited to Barnes and Noble at One Loudoun on Saturday April 7th at 2:00 and 4:00 for a roundtable discussion with author Danielle Nadler. She will be offering guidance and encouragement to writers and available for discussion with any students who are interested in meeting her. Please see the librarians if you have questions or would like more information.
    2. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do acrostic poems.
    3. This year the Color Run will be held on Saturday, April 14. The Fun Run will be at 8:30 a.m. and the 5k will be at 9:00 a.m.! All proceeds will go to the Madison Small Foundation, the National Meningitis Association, and Shelterbox! There will be registration going on starting this week during all lunch shifts. You can also register online. Posters around BRHS have sign up information.

    4/5-Thurs.

    1. All Broad Run students are invited to Barnes and Noble at One Loudoun on Saturday April 7th at 2:00 and 4:00 for a roundtable discussion with author Danielle Nadler. She will be offering guidance and encouragement to writers and available for discussion with any students who are interested in meeting her. Please see the librarians if you have questions or would like more information.
    2. Come out to SweetFrog tonight from 4-9pm to support the Class of 2019! All of the proceeds will go towards senior year and prom which is only in a few more weeks. Your support can help create an amazing prom!
    3. This year the Color Run will be held on Saturday, April 14. The Fun Run will be at 8:30 a.m. and the 5k will be at 9:00 a.m.! All proceeds will go to the Madison Small Foundation, the National Meningitis Association, and Shelterbox! There will be registration going on starting this week during all lunch shifts. You can also register online. Posters around BRHS have sign up information.
    4. Join Interact and NHS at Squisito’s Pizza & Pasta in the Ashburn Village Shopping center on Thursday, April 5th from 4:00 to 9:00pm. Tell the cashier you’re supporting Broad Run High School to make sure that 15% of the proceeds will be donated to the Color Run causes – the Madison Small Scholarship, the National Meningitis Foundation, and ShelterBox USA.
    5. This Friday at the B: Karaoke is back! Come by and sing during lunch. While you’re there buy a ticket to Spelling Bee, the musical. Tickets are only $5
    6. (If no special theatre guest, please read) That’s right, tickets to the musical are on sale for only $5 for Broad Run students, right now. Shows are April 12-14, and prices go up at the door.
    7. Join us for a meeting tomorrow morning at 8:20am in room 178! Come meet your 2018-19 Spartan Pride President and learn about upcoming events

    4/4-Wed.

    1. All Broad Run students are invited to Barnes and Noble at One Loudoun on Saturday April 7th at 2:00 and 4:00 for a roundtable discussion with author Danielle Nadler. She will be offering guidance and encouragement to writers and available for discussion with any students who are interested in meeting her. Please see the librarians if you have questions or would like more information.
    2. SENIORS:IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE PART IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY, YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR SIGNED GRADUATION CONTRACT TO MS. SARGEANT OR THE MAIN OFFICE BY 4:00 P.M. ON MAY 18TH.
    3. This Thursday, April 5th, come out to SweetFrog from 4-9pm to support the Class of 2019! All of the proceeds will go towards senior year and prom which is only in a few more weeks. Your support can help create an amazing prom!
    4. This year the Color Run will be held on Saturday, April 14. The Fun Run will be at 8:30 a.m. and the 5k will be at 9:00 a.m.! All proceeds will go to the Madison Small Foundation, the National Meningitis Association, and Shelterbox! There will be registration going on starting this week during all lunch shifts. You can also register online. Posters around BRHS have sign up information.
    5. SENIORS:IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE PART IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY, YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR SIGNED GRADUATION CONTRACT TO MS. SARGEANT OR THE MAIN OFFICE BY 4:00 P.M. ON MAY 18TH.
    6. Students!! If you are looking for a way to get involved and help make the school a little more fun place to be then why not apply to be in SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year's SCA advisory board are now available on the door of room 2 and 126.

    4/3-Tues.

    1. April is National Poetry Month and to celebrate the Writing Center is hosting its annual "Write a Poem, Get a Cupcake" event every Friday in April. So come by during your lunch shift to write a poem; not only will you get a cupcake, but the writer of the best poem of the week will get a basket full of goodies! Each week will feature a different type of poetry; this week we'll do acrostic poems.
    2. This Thursday, April 5th, come out to SweetFrog from 4-9pm to support the Class of 2019! All of the proceeds will go towards senior year and prom which is only in a few more weeks. Your support can help create an amazing prom!
    3. This year the Color Run will be held on Saturday, April 14. The Fun Run will be at 8:30 a.m. and the 5k will be at 9:00 a.m.! All proceeds will go to the Madison Small Foundation, the National Meningitis Association, and Shelterbox! There will be registration going on starting this week during all lunch shifts. You can also register online. Posters around BRHS have sign up information.
    4. Students!! If you are looking for a way to get involved and help make the school a little more fun place to be then why not apply to be in SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year's SCA advisory board are now available on the door of room 2 and 126.
    5. Attention Freshmen- There will be a class meeting tomorrow April 4th at 8:45 in room 102. We will be discussing upcoming fundraising, committees and plans for next year- see Ms. Christiansen if you're interested in participating but can't make the meeting.
    6. Did you know that April is Autism Awareness Month? We will be implementing various activities this month to bring awareness to Autism. The National Autism Color is Blue, so we are asking that everyone wear Blue this Thursday! What is autism? Autism is a complex, developmental disability that causes problems with social skills and communication. It can be mild or severe. It is different in every person. The National Symbol for Autism is a puzzle piece. It symbolizes that we are all different, but as a team, we fit together. Be on the look out for t-shirts and activities to spread acceptance, support, and awareness For Autism all this month! Thank you for helping us make an impact Broad Run! And don’t forget to wear blue on Thursday!
    7. Interact Club, there will be a full club meeting on Wednesday, April 4. You can come to the morning meeting at 8:30am in the cafeteria or the afternoon meeting at 4:10 in Mr. Newman's room, 192.
    8. Good news! Because of our pre-spring break snow storm. The cast of the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee would like to offer you Buy One Get One Free tickets all week. This week, you can buy tickets to the spring musical on B days during all lunches in room 510 or at the B, and on A days during B lunch, also in room 510. The show is April 12-14 and promises to Be at least a little funny.
    9. Mrs. Woods' 3rd and 4th block Early Childhood Students - please bring your coat and your lunch to Room 315 for A lunch. Our field trip is scheduled to leave by 1PM.

     3/23-Fri.

    1. On the Wednesday of spring break head to MOD pizza to support the junior class and prom planning. Hold on to your receipt and bring it to room 106 or 185 for a chance to win a buy one get one free prom ticket.
    2. The air guitar competition scheduled for the B today has been postponed, so tube those bad boys up and be ready to go in a few weeks. $5 student tickets for the spring musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, will be on sale today during all lunches. Prices will go up. Don’t wait!

     3/22-Thurs.

    1. On the Wednesday of spring break head to MOD pizza to support the junior class and prom planning. Hold on to your receipt and bring it to room 106 or 185 for a chance to win a buy one get one free prom ticket.
    2. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday, April 14 are outside her room (102). They are due back to Ms. Christiansen THIS FRIDAY March 23. 

    3/21-Wed.

    1. SENIORS:IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE PART IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY, YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR SIGNED GRADUATION CONTRACT TO MS. SARGEANT OR THE MAIN OFFICE BY 4:00 P.M. ON MAY 18TH.
    2. On the Wednesday of spring break head to MOD pizza to support the junior class and prom planning. Hold on to your receipt and bring it to room 106 or 185 for a chance to win a buy one get one free prom ticket.
    3. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday, April 14 are outside her room (102). They are due back to Ms. Christiansen THIS FRIDAY March 23. 

    3/20-Tues.

    1. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday, April 14 are outside her room (102). They are due back to Ms. Christiansen THIS FRIDAY March 23.
    2. ATTENTION EXPO GUIDES: IF WE ARE DELAYED OR NOT IN SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY DUE TO THE FORCASTED STORM, PLEASE MEET AT 9:00 THURSDAY MORNING IN THE CAFETERIA. WEAR MAROON & GOLD!

    3/19-Mon.

    1. The track and field coaches would like to express our appreciation for all the volunteers who helped this weekend to make the First Annual Spartan Classic Track Meet a success. Special Thanks to Stefanie Credno for her announcing at the meet. The excitement she generated in the booth was contagious. Hope to see you all again next year. Thanks again.
    2. Broad Run captured the Runner-Up trophy over the weekend at the VHSL Regional Debate Tournament thanks to five Spartans advancing to Super-Region event next month. Congratulate your classmates as they make their way to States when you see them this week— Rohit Rajuladevi, 1st Place in Student Congress Debate Hrushikesh Ayalasomayajula, 3rd Place in Student Congress Debate Matthew Dumm, 2nd Place in Lincoln-Douglas Debate Juliet Varblow, 3rd Place in Lincoln-Douglas Debate Achal Patel & Shirin Podury, 3rd Place in Policy Debate Alternates for Student Congress: James Ferguson and Pranav Sharma
    3. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday, April 14 are outside her room (102). They are due back to Ms. Christiansen THIS FRIDAY March 23.

    3/16-Fri.

    1. There will be a PNO tomorrow. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    2. Please come out and support the students of Farmwell Station Middle this week to see their performance of Aladdin Jr. Shows are Friday at 7:00, Saturday at 7:00, and Sunday at 2:00. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/kids and can be purchased on the Farmwell website or at the door. We hope to see you there!
    3. Broad Run’s UNICEF club and PEN -- the English Honor Society are co-hosting a coffee house this Friday, March 16th at 6:00 p.m. in the Black Box. Tickets are $5. Come play a song, read a poem, perform an interpretive dance, or just come hang out and eat!

    3/15-Thurs.

    1. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    2. Please come out and support the students of Farmwell Station Middle this week to see their performance of Aladdin Jr. Shows are Friday at 7:00, Saturday at 7:00, and Sunday at 2:00. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/kids and can be purchased on the Farmwell website or at the door. We hope to see you there!
    3. Applications for Sigma Tau Sigma, our Freshmen Mentoring Program are available starting today! You may come and get an application from any faculty council member or online on the Broad Run website under the "activities" tab. Only rising juniors and seniors are eligible. Come be a part of what makes Broad Run High School a great place to be!
    4. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday April 14 are outside her room (Room 102). Jump on this opportunity to meet the veterans of World War II and the Korean War at the national memorials that honor them! Permission slips are due back to Ms. Christiansen by Friday March 23.
    5. Broad Run’s UNICEF club and PEN -- the English Honor Society are co-hosting a coffee house this Friday, March 16th at 6:00 p.m. in the Black Box. Tickets are $5. Come play a song, read a poem, perform an interpretive dance, or just come hang out and eat!
    6. EXPO GUIDES, REMEMBER TO TURN IN YOUR FORMS TO THE ATHLETIC OFFICE BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
    7. WE’RE ALL HUMAN WILL BE SELLING CHICK-FIL-A SANDWICHES FRIDAY MORNING IN THE FRONT HALLWAY. SANDWICHES ARE $3.50 EACH AND ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS A FREE SCHOOL-WIDE COOKOUT!

    3/14-Wed.

    1. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    2. Applications for Sigma Tau Sigma, our Freshmen Mentoring Program are available starting today! You may come and get an application from any faculty council member or online on the Broad Run website under the "activities" tab. Only rising juniors and seniors are eligible. Come be a part of what makes Broad Run High School a great place to be!
    3. Come join Mu Alpha Theta in celebrating Pi day today (3.14)! Stop by the front of the school to grab a mini pie or sweet treat and enter in a raffle to place a pie in a teacher’s face during lunch.
    4. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday April 14 are outside her room (Room 102). Jump on this opportunity to meet the veterans of World War II and the Korean War at the national memorials that honor them! Permission slips are due back to Ms. Christiansen by Friday March 23.
    5. WWAP is back! We will be meeting Thursday morning, tomorrow, at 8:30 in coach cos's room, room 603. there will be food!
    6. EXPO GUIDES, REMEMBER TO TURN IN YOUR FORMS TO THE ATHLETIC OFFICE BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
    7. This Thursday at the B will be a backwards spelling bee. So, bring a friend to 510 during lunch and you will team up to spell elementary school level words, backwards, one letter at a time. The even will be mc’d by members of Spelling Bee, the musical, and the team with the most wins, with ten minutes left in the lunch will each get a free drink from Coldbrew Coffee. Then, dust off those air guitars and find your favorite rock song, because next week there will be an air guitar competition on the Friday before spring break.

    3/13-Tues.

    1. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    2. Applications for Sigma Tau Sigma, our Freshmen Mentoring Program are available starting today! You may come and get an application from any faculty council member or online on the Broad Run website under the "activities" tab. Only rising juniors and seniors are eligible. Come be a part of what makes Broad Run High School a great place to be!
    3. Please join Key Club for our service fair tonight from 5pm to 7pm. You do not have to be a member of key club in order to participate. Anyone who wants to be involved in a good cause that benefits the community should attend.
    4. ART CLUB IS CANCELLED FOR TODAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 13
    5. Come join Mu Alpha Theta in celebrating Pi day, this Wednesday March 14 (3.14)! Stop by the front of the school to grab a mini pie or sweet treat and enter in a raffle to place a pie in a teacher’s face during lunch.
    6. Permission slips for Ms. Christiansen's Honor Flight field trip on Saturday April 14 are outside her room (Room 102). Jump on this opportunity to meet the veterans of World War II and the Korean War at the national memorials that honor them! Permission slips are due back to Ms. Christiansen by Friday March 23.

     3/12-Mon.

    1. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).

    3/9Fri.

    1. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    2. Broad run, Park View and Stone Bridge MSA present "A Night of Hope for Burma" dinner. The dinner will be held on march 10th at 7 pm at Stone Broad Run High School. All proceed will be going to help Rohingyan refugees. Bring $10 at the door if you haven't bought your tickets. See you there!!
    3. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    4. Do you like spirit weeks? Looking to get involved and make a difference in your school? Think about SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year office positions are now available on the door of room 2. If you have any questions about officer positions available, please see Ms Ries or Ms Bryan during 3rd period in room 2

    3/8-Thurs.

    1. The class of 2019 has dinner planned! This Thursday, March 8th from 6-8pm there will be a fundraiser at potbelly. All proceeds will go towards making the best prom there can be!
    2. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    3. Do you like spirit weeks? Looking to get involved and make a difference in your school? Think about SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year office positions are now available on the door of room 2. If you have any questions about officer positions available, please see Ms Ries or Ms Bryan during 3rd period in room 2
    4. GUIDES ARE NEEDED FOR THE 8TH GRADE EXPO ON THURSDAY, MARCH 22TH. YOU MUST BE IN 10TH, 11TH OR 12TH GRADE AND BE A MEMBER OF AN ATHLETIC TEAM OR BROAD RUN CLUB TO PARTICIPATE. PICK UP PAPERWORK IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE.
    5. Hey Everyone, if you are interested in traveling during the summer of 2019 then you absolutely must attend Travel Night at Broad Run HS. Multiple teachers will be introducing their trips. They are offering a discount to students who sign up within a few days of Travel Night. So, please meet us on Thursday, March 8th at 7:30pm in the cafeteria. Bring your parents!

    3/7-Wed.

    1. The class of 2019 has dinner planned! This Thursday, March 8th from 6-8pm there will be a fundraiser at potbelly. All proceeds will go towards making the best prom there can be!
    2. Do you like spirit weeks? Looking to get involved and make a difference in your school? Think about SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year office positions are now available on the door of room 2. If you have any questions about officer positions available, please see Ms Ries or Ms Bryan during 3rd period in room 2
    3. GUIDES ARE NEEDED FOR THE 8TH GRADE EXPO ON THURSDAY, MARCH 22TH. YOU MUST BE IN 10TH, 11TH OR 12TH GRADE AND BE A MEMBER OF AN ATHLETIC TEAM OR BROAD RUN CLUB TO PARTICIPATE. PICK UP PAPERWORK IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE.
    4. Hey Everyone, if you are interested in traveling during the summer of 2019 then you absolutely must attend Travel Night at Broad Run HS. Multiple teachers will be introducing their trips. They are offering a discount to students who sign up within a few days of Travel Night. So, please meet us on Thursday, March 8th at 7:30pm in the cafeteria. Bring your parents!

    3/6-Tues.

    1. PEER will be selling FlowerGrams for $1.00 in the Cafeteria, all lunch shifts on Monday and Wednesday. Make someone’s day with a carnation and a note that tells them that they deserve the best and they matter. Or, write your own note. We deliver!
    2. The class of 2019 has dinner planned! This Thursday, March 8th from 6-8pm there will be a fundraiser at potbelly. All proceeds will go towards making the best prom there can be!
    3. Do you like spirit weeks? Looking to get involved and make a difference in your school? Think about SCA! Applications for the 2018-2019 school year office positions are now available on the door of room 2. If you have any questions about officer positions available, please see Ms Ries or Ms Bryan during 3rd period in room 2
    4. GUIDES ARE NEEDED FOR THE 8TH GRADE EXPO ON THURSDAY, MARCH 22TH. YOU MUST BE IN 10TH, 11TH OR 12TH GRADE AND BE A MEMBER OF AN ATHLETIC TEAM OR BROAD RUN CLUB TO PARTICIPATE. PICK UP PAPERWORK IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE.
    5. Hey Everyone, if you are interested in traveling during the summer of 2019 then you absolutely must attend Travel Night at Broad Run HS. Multiple teachers will be introducing their trips. They are offering a discount to students who sign up within a few days of Travel Night. So, please meet us on Thursday, March 8th at 7:30pm in the cafeteria. Bring your parents!
    6. We're All Human will be selling Chicken Biscuits tomorrow morning (Wednesday 3/7) in the main foyer for $3.50. Don't miss out on this chance to start your day with a delicious breakfast!

    3/5-Mon.

    1. Applications for Sigma Tau Sigma, our Freshmen Mentoring Program are available. You may come and get an application from any faculty council member or online on the Broad Run website under the "activities" tab. Only rising juniors and seniors are eligible. Come be a part of what makes Broad Run High School a great place to be!
    2. Over half a million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar. The vast majority of them are women and children and have nothing and need everything. Broad Run, Park View and Stone Bridge MSA present "A Night of Hope for Burma" dinner. The dinner will be held on march 10th at 7 pm at Stone Broad Run High School. Tickets will be sold march 7th till 9th before school for 5 dollar and will be $10 at the door.come by apart of ab amazing night!!
    3. Broad Run was admirably represented by 10 Spartans over the weekend at the WACK-FULL Metrofinals Lincoln-Douglas and Policy Debate tournament. Congratulations to Vani Ramesh, Divya Rajesh, Rand Lichtman, Noah Vickers, Shirin Podury, Achal Patel, Juliet Varblow, Matthew Dumm, Calvin Simpkins, and Abhinav Kaushik for qualifying to compete. Additional kudos to Calvin Simpkins for capturing First Place in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and to Achal Patel and Shirin Podury for qualifying to represent Broad Run and Northern Virginia at the NCFL Grand National Debate & Speech Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend.
    4. PEER will be selling FlowerGrams for $1.00 in the Cafeteria, all lunch shifts on Monday and Wednesday. Make someone’s day with a carnation and a note that tells them that they deserve the best and they matter. Or, write your own note. We deliver!

     

     

    3/2-Fri.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. There will be a PNO on March 17.  If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    3. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education?  Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career.  Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling.  Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    4. There will be a PNO on March 17. If you are a member of Key Club or NHS and you need service hours, or if you just want to volunteer, sign up sheets are outside of Mrs. Buckley's room (201A) or Mrs. Nordenman's room (202).
    5. Applications for Sigma Tau Sigma, our Freshmen Mentoring Program are available. You may come and get an application from any faculty council member or online on the Broad Run website under the "activities" tab. Only rising juniors and seniors are eligible. Come be a part of what makes Broad Run High School a great place to be!
    6. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    7. The Spart Mart will be closed Friday, March 2 and there will be no cookie sales due to the DECA State Leadership Conference. Cookies will be back on TUESDAY, March 6- bring your $$ 😉
    8. Hey there people! The B, b open today during lunch shifts. Hope you will b there. Come one, come all. There will be some tasty drinks and there may be entertainment. Eat your lunch then stop on by. IF you haven’t been yet, it’s in room 510, in the performing arts hallway on the side of the cafeteria.

    3/1-Thurs.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education?  Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career.  Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling.  Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!

    2/28-Wed.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. This week, February 26 to March 4, is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. 30 million people in America and over 70 million people in the whole word suffer from eating disorders. Outside of those numbers are many more people who suffer with body image and food issues. Those statistics are not used to just throw out numbers, because honestly numbers don’t mean anything, they are supposed to show that you are NOT alone. If you or someone you know may be struggling, visit the counselors office or NEDA.org. Everyone deserves freedom.
    3. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education?  Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career.  Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling.  Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!

    2/27-Tues.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. This week, February 26 to March 4, is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. 30 million people in America and over 70 million people in the whole word suffer from eating disorders. Outside of those numbers are many more people who suffer with body image and food issues. Those statistics are not used to just throw out numbers, because honestly numbers don’t mean anything, they are supposed to show that you are NOT alone. If you or someone you know may be struggling, visit the counselors office or NEDA.org. Everyone deserves freedom.
    3. The Broad Run Debate & Speech Team congratulates Madina Abdullah for qualifying to represent her school and Northern Virginia at the Grand National Debate and Speech Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend. Madina competed this past weekend in Declamation Speech in Olney, Maryland, the qualifying event for Nationals.
    4. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education?  Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career.  Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling.  Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    5. During Spartan Seminar on Wednesday, all ECE students will have their picture taken for yearbook.  Wear your shirt, meet in the gym at 11AM.

    2/26-Mon.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. And now this video of thanks from Mrs. Knight to all who helped in last weeks origami crane initiative to bring hope to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the coming weeks.

    2/22-Thurs.

    1. There will be an AP Physics interest meeting Friday February 23 at 8:30 am in room 117, Mr. Manning's room. We will be expecting a huge crowd, literally in the thousands, so come early to get your seats.

    2. Over half a million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar. The vast majority of them are women and children and have nothing and need everything. Broad Run,

      Park View and Stone Bridge MSA present "A Night of Hope for Burma" dinner. The dinner will be held on march 10th at 7 pm at Stone Broad Run High School. Buy your ticket ahead of time for $5. Tickets will be sold for $10 at the door. Come be a part of an amazing event.

    3. In honor of Black History Month, please join us tonight at 6:30 in the auditorium for Broad Run's 4th annual African American Read-In, a celebration of the written and spoken word of African Americans. Ms. Brooke C. Obie, author of the award-winning historical fiction novel Book of Addis: Cradled Embers will be joined on stage by members of Broad Run's Choral Department, Triumphant, our school's step team, and several staff and students reading inspirational pieces of writing.

    4. Quick update as we make progress on the origami crane initiative and messages to FL...we have 959 as of yesterday. SPARTANS do CARE! Thank you to all students, staff and faculty who have been coming by room 8. We will keep making them through Friday so stop on by. We may surpass 1500 at this rate!

    2/21-Wed.

    1. 1. There will be an AP Physics interest meeting Friday February 23 at 8:30 am in room 117, Mr. Manning's room. We will be expecting a huge crowd, literally in the thousands, so come early to get your seats.
    2. 2. The Badminton Club will be having a meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be starting a new tournament and we will be taking yearbook pictures so it’s very important for all the members to come! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!
    3. Over half a million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar. The vast majority of them are women and children and have nothing and need everything. Broad Run, Park View and Stone Bridge MSA present "A Night of Hope for Burma" dinner. The dinner will be held on march 10th at 7 pm at Stone Broad Run High School. Buy your ticket ahead of time for $5. Tickets will be sold for $10 at the door. Come be a part of an amazing event.
    4. The visual arts invites you to make an origami crane to send to FL. You can come by art room 8 before or after school. We have reached 362...Help us reach our goal of 1000, see Mrs. Knight in room 8 for details or origami paper.
    5. We will need all WWAP members looking dapper Thursday morning in coach Cos room (603). It's time to wake and make baked goods! We will be planning a fundraiser for the victim of the Florida shooting and their families. Come one come all you don't have to be a member to participate and make a difference.

    2/20-Tues.

    1. All Printers are still not working. Central Administration is continuing to work on the issue. We will update Staff when the issue is resolved, so they can pass on to students. On an up note, think of all the paper we are saving
    2. There will be an AP Physics interest meeting Friday February 23 at 8:30 am in room 117, Mr. Manning's room. We will be expecting a huge crowd, literally in the thousands, so come early to get your seats.
    3. Come out to the Chipotle on Yukon Drive Tuesday from 5-9 to support prom fundraising. Turn your receipt in to Ms. Spencer or Ms. Susbilla for your chance to win a buy one get one free prom ticket.
    4. The news of the FL incident last week is heartbreaking. Mrs. Knight, Broad Run's Visual Arts teacher and art students thought it would be nice for BRHS to offer our condolences. In the world of art, the Japanese art of origami - specifically the origami crane has become a symbol for peace. It is Broad Run High school's visual arts mission to send 1000 cranes to show our support. Mrs. Knight and volunteer students will offer time before and after school this week for all faculty, staff and students to participate in folding one (or more) origami paper cranes to be sent to the school. The goal is 1000. The Place: Art Room 8 The Times: Tuesday after school between 4pm-4:45pm....and Wednesday-Friday morning between 8-8:45 am. Participants will be encouraged to write a note, a word, a verse on their crane after folding it. Then this Friday, we will box up 1000 (or more) cranes and send them to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, as a sign of support. Show your Broad Run support! Bring a friend - create together. Show Spartans CARE.
    5. The Badminton Club will be having a meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be starting a new tournament and we will be taking yearbook pictures so it’s very important for all the members to come! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!

    2/16-Fri.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit! 

    2/15-Thurs.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. On September 20th, 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving an estimated 1085 people dead. Many Puerto Ricans are in refugee shelters, as their homes were destroyed. Just barely a month ago, power returned to schools; but, 40% of the island is still without power. Although this tragedy happened last year, the need for relief is still enormous. Help Broad Run’s National English Honor Society, PEN, provide relief to the people of Puerto Rico. We will be selling lollipops for $1 each for the month of February. Help us to help them. See a member of PEN of Mrs. Konkoski in room 314 or Mrs. Evans in room 201-B to purchase a lollipop. 

    2/14-Wed.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. PAPERWORK FOR SPRING SPORTS IS DUE BY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH. TRYOUTS BEGIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH.
    3. The Writing Center will be closed on February 16 & 20.
    4. On September 20th, 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving an estimated 1085 people dead. Many Puerto Ricans are in refugee shelters, as their homes were destroyed. Just barely a month ago, power returned to schools; but, 40% of the island is still without power. Although this tragedy happened last year, the need for relief is still enormous. Help Broad Run’s National English Honor Society, PEN, provide relief to the people of Puerto Rico. We will be selling lollipops for $1 each for the month of February. Help us to help them. See a member of PEN of Mrs. Konkoski in room 314 or Mrs. Evans in room 201-B to purchase a lollipop. 

    2/13-Tues.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. PAPERWORK FOR SPRING SPORTS IS DUE BY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH. TRYOUTS BEGIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH.
    3. The Writing Center will be closed on February 16 & 20.
    4. Art Club will meet today after school in Room 8. Art Club meets every Tuesday. We will be making stickers, come and show your artistic style. All are welcome.
    5. On September 20th, 2017, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving an estimated 1085 people dead. Many Puerto Ricans are in refugee shelters, as their homes were destroyed. Just barely a month ago, power returned to schools; but, 40% of the island is still without power. Although this tragedy happened last year, the need for relief is still enormous. Help Broad Run’s National English Honor Society, PEN, provide relief to the people of Puerto Rico. We will be selling lollipops for $1 each for the month of February. Help us to help them. 

    2/12-Mon.

    1. Juniors - Are you interested in a career in education? Teacher Cadet is a 4 credit, dual-enrolled course that gives you hands-on opportunities to explore teaching as a career. Pick up your application from Mrs. Woods in Room 315 OR from School Counseling. Questions - stop by Room 315 for a visit!
    2. PAPERWORK FOR SPRING SPORTS IS DUE BY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH. TRYOUTS BEGIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH.
    3. Seniors, Please refer to the home page of the school website to access the google form for senior superlative voting. Place your votes by Friday, 2/16.

    2/9-Fri.

    1. Do you need hours for your service club? There is a PNO tomorrow. Sign up outside of Mr. Newman's room, 192.
    2. "Men's lacrosse has a mandatory meeting today after school in room 636 at 4:10 pm, once again if you plan to play men's lacrosse, attendance is required"
    3. Big congratulations to the Broad Run Speech Team and their stellar turnout at the VHSL Regional competition last night. Kudos to—Rohit Rajuladevi and Hrushikesh Alayasomayajula for placing third and fourth in Extemporaneous Speaking. Oriana Figueroa for snagging Second in Impromptu. Mason Smith for also taking Second in Storytelling. Zuha Khan for placing Third in Prose Interpretation. Madina Abdullah for taking Fourth in Poetry Interpretation and Caroline Kaplan landing First Place in Serious Dramatic Interpretation.

    2/8-Thurs.

    1. Sophomores! Please attend our Prom 2019 Planning meeting this Friday Feb. 9 at 8:30 in room 180. Come and be a part of this memorable event! All sophomores are welcome!
    2. The BRHS Choral Department will be selling singing valentines Tuesday - Thursday this week during all lunch shifts. Buy them for your friends, significant others, or favorite faculty members! All proceeds go to charity!
    3. Do you need hours for your service club? There is a PNO this Saturday, Feb. 10. Sign up outside of Mr. Newman's room, 192.
    4. "Men's lacrosse has a mandatory meeting this Friday after school in room 636 at 4:10 pm, once again if you plan to play men's lacrosse, attendance is required"

    2/7-Wed.

    1. Data match is here!!!!!! Data match will be sold at all lunch shifts! They will be sold from February 7th-14th. There will be one list of matches from your grade and one for school wide matches. It is $3.00 for one set of matches and $5.00 for two. Don't miss out on the chance to find your match!
    2. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, February 9 at 9:30 a.m. in Room 4. Any student who has not signed up for a regional competitive event has one last chance, so plan on being there.
    3. Sophomores! Please attend our Prom 2019 Planning meeting this Friday Feb. 9 at 8:30 in room 180. Come and be a part of this memorable event! All sophomores are welcome!
    4. The Feminist Alliance will be meeting on Friday the 9th at 8:30am in room 178.
    5. The B will be open tomorrow during all lunch shifts. We will have a special drink of the week and entertainment. Hope to see you there!
    6. The BRHS Choral Department will be selling singing valentines Tuesday - Thursday this week during all lunch shifts. Buy them for your friends, significant others, or favorite faculty members! All proceeds go to charity!
    7. Do you need hours for your service club? There is a PNO this Saturday, Feb. 10. Sign up outside of Mr. Newman's room, 192.

    2/6-Tues.

    1. Data match is here!!!!!! Data match will be sold at all lunch shifts! They will be sold from February 7th-14th. There will be one list of matches from your grade and one for school wide matches. It is $3.00 for one set of matches and $5.00 for two. Don't miss out on the chance to find your match!
    2. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, February 9 at 9:30 a.m. in Room 4. Any student who has not signed up for a regional competitive event has one last chance, so plan on being there.
    3. Sophomores! Please attend our Prom 2019 Planning meeting this Friday Feb. 9 at 8:30 in room 180. Come and be a part of this memorable event! All sophomores are welcome!
    4. The Feminist Alliance will be meeting on Friday the 9th at 8:30am in room 178.
    5. The B will be open this Thursday during all lunch shifts. We will have a special drink of the week and entertainment. Hope to see you there!
    6. Art Club will be cancelled today, Tuesday February 6th.
    7. The BRHS Choral Department will be selling singing valentines Tuesday - Thursday this week during all lunch shifts. Buy them for your friends, significant others, or favorite faculty members! All proceeds go to charity!
    8. February 5-9, is designed as national FBLA Week. FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America and was founded in 1937 by Camden Forkner, a business teacher. Business clubs in high school back then were called "commercial clubs." Last year FBLA celebrated its 75th diamond anniversary. Famous FBLA alumni include: football quarterback Troy Aikman, actor John Stamos and NBA star & Olympian Dwight Howard.
    9. Do you need hours for your service club? There is a PNO this Saturday, Feb. 10. Sign up outside of Mr. Newman's room, 192.
    10. Interact Club - there will be a full club meeting Wednesday, February 7 at 8:30 am in the cafeteria or at 4:10 in Mr. Newman's room.

    2/5-Mon.

    1. Data match is here!!!!!! Data match will be sold at all lunch shifts! They will be sold from February 7th-14th. There will be one list of matches from your grade and one for school wide matches. It is $3.00 for one set of matches and $5.00 for two. Don't miss out on the chance to find your match!
    2. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, February 9 at 9:30 a.m. in Room 4. Any student who has not signed up for a regional competitive event has one last chance, so plan on being there.
    3. Sophomores! Please attend our Prom 2019 Planning meeting this Friday Feb. 9 at 8:30 in room 180. Come and be a part of this memorable event! All sophomores are welcome!
    4. The Feminist Alliance will be meeting on Friday the 9th at 8:30am in room 178.

    2/2-Fri.

    1. Data match is here!!!!!! Data match will be sold at all lunch shifts! They will be sold from February 7th-14th. There will be one list of matches from your grade and one for school wide matches. It is $3.00 for one set of matches and $5.00 for two. Don't miss out on the chance to find your match!

    2/1-Thurs.

    1. All students, please come and see award winning fiction writer, Art Taylor and several Broad Run students as they read their work in the auditorium during 6th block. All you have to do is ask your English teacher for a pass, then show it to your 6th block teacher and come to the auditorium on Friday, February 2nd. We will begin at 11. It will take about half the block and promises to be a great literary experience. Please join us. 

    1/31-Wed.

    1. All students, please come and see award winning fiction writer, Art Taylor and several Broad Run students as they read their work in the auditorium during 6th block. All you have to do is ask your English teacher for a pass, then show it to your 6th block teacher and come to the auditorium on Friday, February 2nd. We will begin at 11. It will take about half the block and promises to be a great literary experience. Please join us.
    2. We've got dinner planned! Make sure to come to Panera on Wednesday, January 31st & tell them you are with the BR Class of 2019.
    3. There will be a Mandatory Interest Meeting for Track and Field Athletes on February 1st at 4:10 pm in Room 636 down by the Athletic Directors Office . All Coaches will be there and we will be discussing Athletic paperwork, schedule of meets, 1st Annual Spartan Invitational, and procedures and expectations for this season. Please be on time.

    1/30-Tues.

    1. THERE WILL BE AN INTEREST MEETING FOR BOYS’ TENNIS AFTER SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 IN ROOM 636.
    2. There is a scholarship opportunity available to current seniors through the Virginia Bankers Association. There are six $1,000 prizes; six $2,500 prizes; and one $5,000 statewide winner. You need to write an essay on the topic of Bank Day (March 30) that will help you manage your Financial Future AND what did you learn about how banks support their communities. Please see Mrs. Somers for further details.

    1/26-Fri.

    1. THERE WILL BE AN INTEREST MEETING FOR BOYS’ TENNIS AFTER SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 IN ROOM 636.
    2. There is a scholarship opportunity available to current seniors through the Virginia Bankers Association. There are six $1,000 prizes; six $2,500 prizes; and one $5,000 statewide winner. You need to write an essay on the topic of Bank Day (March 30) that will help you manage your Financial Future AND what did you learn about how banks support their communities. Please see Mrs. Somers for further details.

    1/25-Thurs.

    1. THERE WILL BE AN INTEREST MEETING FOR BOYS’ TENNIS AFTER SCHOOL ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 IN ROOM 636.
    2. There is a scholarship opportunity available to current seniors through the Virginia Bankers Association. There are six $1,000 prizes; six $2,500 prizes; and one $5,000 statewide winner. You need to write an essay on the topic of Bank Day (March 30) that will help you manage your Financial Future AND what did you learn about how banks support their communities. Please see Mrs. Somers for further details.

    1/24-Wed.

    1. We would like to invite all faculty, staff and students to a memorial concert for Ms. Plant this tonight at 6 pm in the auditorium. Please come out and celebrate the life of BRHS's longest serving staff member.
    2. The Badminton Club will be having a meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be starting a new tournament so come and take a break from this stressful week and enjoy! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there! 

    1/23-Tues.

    1. We would like to invite all faculty, staff and students to a memorial concert for Ms. Plant this Wednesday at 6 pm in the auditorium. Please come out and celebrate the life of BRHS's longest serving staff member.
    2. The Badminton Club will be having a meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be starting a new tournament so come and take a break from this stressful week and enjoy! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there! 

    1/22-Mon.

    1. We would like to invite all faculty, staff and students to a memorial concert for Ms. Plant this Wednesday at 6 pm in the auditorium. Please come out and celebrate the life of BRHS's longest serving staff member.
    2. The Badminton Club will be having a meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym! We will be starting a new tournament so come and take a break from this stressful week and enjoy! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!
    3. The B will be selling protein fruit smoothies at 15% off if you play a winter sport, on Tuesday morning from 8:30-9:00am. We will also be open on Friday during all lunch shifts. Hope to see you there!
    4. Spring Musical auditions are Tuesday, after school for the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. 

    1/19-Fri.

    1. January Parent's Night Out is on Saturday. Sign up sheets are available on the door to Room 315. Come out and help at the PNO - add to your service hours! Sign Up Now!
    2. Seniors with siblings at BR, if you have not received a time to take your senior sibling picture, please come to room 206 during 3rd or 4th block on Friday, January 19th.
    3. Men's Lacrosse has an interest meeting on 1/19/2018 (Friday) at 4:15 pm in Room 605 , all are welcomed and no pervious playing experience is required to attend.

    1/18-Thurs.

    1. The Writing Center is closed today.
    2. There will be a sophomore class meeting THIS FRIDAY, January 19 at 8:30 in room 180. All are welcome!
    3. January Parent's Night Out is on Saturday. Sign up sheets are available on the door to Room 315. Come out and help at the PNO - add to your service hours! Sign Up Now!

    1/17-Wed.

    1. The Broad Run class of 2018 will be having a fundraiser at Chipotle this coming Wednesday, January 17th! This is the LAST fundraising hoorah for the Senior class and they money goes toward the senior picnic and senior trip to Hershey. If more people go, the cost of the Hershey trip and other end of year activities will go down for everyone! Bring your friends!!
    2. The Writing Center will be closed on Thursday, January 18 to allow students interested in signing up for next year's Writing Center to drop by and learn more about the class. Invitations will go out to students during 5th block on the 18th.
    3. The B will be open on Tomorrow, during all lunch shifts. This week will be winter sports week! So if you play basketball, swim, do gymnastics,or wrestling; you can come in and get a discount on protein smoothies. We hope to see you there!
    4. There will be a sophomore class meeting THIS FRIDAY, January 19 at 8:30 in room 180. All are welcome!
    5. January Parent's Night Out is on Saturday. Sign up sheets are available on the door to Room 315. Come out and help at the PNO - add to your service hours! Sign Up Now!

    1/16-Tues.

    1. Attention all Math Aficionados! And people who love donuts! It's time for the next Log1 Math Competition on today, after school in room 123. The competition is open to ANY Broad Run student! Winners will be be picked at random - and by high score - to receive fabulous prizes, fortune, and fame. And did we mention there will be donuts? Math is where it's at! Hope to see you there!
    2. The Broad Run class of 2018 will be having a fundraiser at Chipotle this coming Wednesday, January 17th! This is the LAST fundraising hoorah for the Senior class and they money goes toward the senior picnic and senior trip to Hershey. If more people go, the cost of the Hershey trip and other end of year activities will go down for everyone! Bring your friends!!
    3. The Writing Center is closed on January 18.
    4. The B will be open on Thursday, 1/18, during all lunch shifts. This week will be winter sports week! So if you play basketball, swim, do gymnastics,or wrestling; you can come in and get a discount on protein smoothies. We hope to see you there!
    5. AUDITIONS for the Spring Musical are coming soon! There is an informational meeting Wednesday after school, in the black box. If you can’t make it, stop by at 8:30 am on Thursday. If we are snowed out completely, the info will be on-line. Auditions are the following week, no matter what.
    6. There will be a sophomore class meeting THIS FRIDAY, January 19 at 8:30 in room 180. All are welcome!
    7. There will be a very important FBLA meeting tomorrow morning (Wednesday) at 8:30 in Room 4 about competitive events. If you are a member of FBLA and did not attend the meeting on Friday, please plan to attend. If you plan to compete but are unable to make the meeting, please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 as soon as possible.

    1/15-Mon. Holiday

    1/12-Fri.

    1. Mr/Ms Spartan apps are due Tuesday Jan 16th. If you want to compete, don't delay!!!!
    2. If you completed a datamatch questionnaire but did not have a chance to return it to your teacher, just return it to Ms. Ries in room 2 today!!
    3. Attention all Math Aficionados! And people who love donuts! It's time for the next Log1 Math Competition on Tuesday, January 16th, after school in room 123. The competition is open to ANY Broad Run student! Winners will be be picked at random - and by high score - to receive fabulous prizes, fortune, and fame. And did we mention there will be donuts? Math is where it's at! Hope to see you there!

    1/11-Thurs.

    1. There will be a very important FBLA meeting on Friday, January 12 to discuss Competitive Events at 8:40 a.m. in Room 4. All FBLA members are encouraged to attend. If you can't make that meeting there will be another meeting on Wednesday, January 17 at 8:40 in Room 4. Please plan to attend one of the meetings if you are in FBLA.

    1/10-Wed.

    1. The writing center will be closed today.
    2. The creative writing club will meet today immediately after school in room 308.
    3. There will be a very important FBLA meeting on Friday, January 12 to discuss Competitive Events at 8:40 a.m. in Room 4. All FBLA members are encouraged to attend. If you can't make that meeting there will be another meeting on Wednesday, January 17 at 8:40 in Room 4. Please plan to attend one of the meetings if you are in FBLA.

    1/9-Tues.

    1. The Writing Center will be closed today and tomorrow.
    2. Broad Run’s short play festival, The Cornfield Picks is this weekend. Come check out the work of about seventy-five Spartans, as they bring to life plays written by students, parents, alumni and faculty of Broad Run, and directed by our senior theatre students. It’ll be one hot cup of theatre. Buy $5 tickets on-line at ShowTix4U.com or at the B on Thursday.
    3. Hope that everyone enjoyed our days off! The B will be open on Thursday, 1/11, in the Black Box. So if you're in the mood for coffee or a place to hang out with your friends, come on down! You will be able to buy tickets to the Cornfield Picks and check out some staged readings of a few of the plays that were not selected. 

    1/5-Fri.

    1. This Sunday, January 7th, please come support Broad Run's Math Honor Society at our Chipotle Fundraiser! Between 5 and 9, let the cashier know you're supporting BRHS Mu Alpha Theta and 50% of the proceeds will come back to us! That's half the money spent - see how math helps us in real life??Funds earned will help Mu Alpha Theta plan fun activities for Pi Day and Math Awareness Month. Plus you get a burrito. We're all winners!

    1/4- Thurs.

    1. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, January 12 in Room 4 at 8:40 a.m. Important information about competitive events will be discussed.
    2. This Sunday, January 7th, please come support Broad Run's Math Honor Society at our Chipotle Fundraiser! Between 5 and 9, let the cashier know you're supporting BRHS Mu Alpha Theta and 50% of the proceeds will come back to us! That's half the money spent - see how math helps us in real life?? Funds earned will help Mu Alpha Theta plan fun activities for Pi Day and Math Awareness Month. Plus you get a burrito. We're all winners!

    1/3-Wed.

    1. The Writing Center will be closed on January 4th and 5th.
    2. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, January 12 in Room 4 at 8:40 a.m. Important information about competitive events will be discussed.
    3. Reminder: The Creative Writing Club will meet today after school in room 308.
    4. Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of veterans? Do you want to show your appreciation for those who have fought for our country? BRHS will be making blankets for veterans in the aux gym on january 11th and 12th. Get your $1 ticket at lunch and come down to the aux gym with your friends during your study hall block/early release or even during your marketing class! We will have music and movies! Please note, the Honor Flight Blanket blanket making date was changed! It is now the 11th and 12th! Tickets are only $1! Our goal is to make 100 blankets. Thanks for all your support!

    1/2-Tues.

    1. Interact - there will be a full club meeting tomorrow, Jan. 3 at 8:30am in the cafeteria or at 4:10 in room 192.
    2. The Writing Center will be closed on January 4th and 5th.
    3. There will be a monthly FBLA meeting on Friday, January 12 in Room 4 at 8:40 a.m. Important information about competitive events will be discussed.

     

    12/15-Fri.

    1. Spartans For Life is hosting a diaper drive from now until January 5th. Donations are going to Mosaic Pregnancy Center to help out moms in need. Please bring diaper packages to room 132 or 130. Students who bring in diapers will receive hours for NHS and Mu Alpha Theta!
    2. The B will be open today during all lunch periods! Seasonal drinks are here including the Peppermint Mocha and Peppermint hot chocolate! Come in for a holiday sing along and a warm drink!

     

    12/14-Thurs.

    1. Students who are involved in a student band or have their own solo performance, please see Mrs. Buckley in Room 201A or put a note in my mailbox in the main office.
    2. Spartans For Life is hosting a diaper drive from now until January 5th. Donations are going to Mosaic Pregnancy Center to help out moms in need. Please bring diaper packages to room 132 or 130. Students who bring in diapers will receive hours for NHS and Mu Alpha Theta! 

    12/13-Wed.

    1. The Badminton Club will be having a holiday party this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym. There will be cookies, cupcakes, all sorts of treats and we will be continuing tournaments! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!
    2. Come out tomorrow at 8:15 am for the Walk with a Purpose Holiday Party in room 117! There will be lots of games and food, so just bring yourself, your friends, and some holiday cheer
    3. Students who are involved in a student band or have their own solo performance, please see Mrs Buckley in Room 201A or put a note in my mailbox in the main office.

    12/12-Tues.

    1. ISA and Bhangra Club are holding a joint Holiday Party afterschool in room 105 on Tuesday. Everyone is welcome. Bring food to share!
    2. Do you constantly find yourself astounded about the world's current events? Do you want to learn the skills to make the world a better place for everyone? Join Model United Nations, where you'll have fun learning the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation, and about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. The MUN interest meeting will be held on Tuesday December 12th in room 121 after school, at 4:15. See Mr. Rochon if you have any questions.
    3. The Badminton Club will be having a holiday party this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym. There will be cookies, cupcakes, all sorts of treats and we will be continuing tournaments! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions! Hope to see you all there!

    12/11-Mon.

    1. There will be a meeting Wednesday, December 13th for all girls interested in trying out for the Girls Tennis Team. The meeting will be in room 636 right after school.
    2. Do you constantly find yourself astounded about the world's current events? Do you want to learn the skills to make the world a better place for everyone? Join Model United Nations, where you'll have fun learning the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation, and about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. The MUN interest meeting will be held on Tuesday December 12th in room 121 after school, at 4:15. See Mr. Rochon if you have any questions. 

    12/8-Fri.

    1. If you need club hours or just want to volunteer, there is a PNO tomorrow. Volunteers should sign up outside of room 106 and plan to be there from 5:30-10.
    2. There will be a meeting Wednesday, December 13th for all girls interested in trying out for the Girls Tennis Team. The meeting will be in room 636 right after school.
    3. Do you constantly find yourself astounded about the world's current events? Do you want to learn the skills to make the world a better place for everyone? Join Model United Nations, where you'll have fun learning the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation, and about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. The MUN interest meeting will be held on Tuesday December 12th in room 121 after school, at 4:15. See Mr. Rochon if you have any questions.

    12/7-Thurs.

    1. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman
    2. SAGE is meeting this Thursday, December 7th. Bring your friends!! THERE WILL BE PIZZA & GAMES, ALL ARE WELCOME!!!!!!
    3. THE annual Spartan Night of Cheer will be held on December 12th at the Spart Mart. The event will begin at 5:30 and end at 8:30. All merchandise will be marked down by 15%! IF you bring in a toy for the toys for tots drive, you will receive 20% off. Bring in two toys or more and you will receive 25% off. All kids will be welcome and there will be cookies, pictures with Santa, and other holiday activities.
    4. This morning, Broad Run's History Club sponsored a commemoration for Pearl Harbor. The attack on Pearl Harbor is marked as an important date in U.S. history and the remembrance of this day honors the sacrifice of the lives lost. The aim of Broad Run's history club is to raise awareness to certain events throughout history in hopes of shaping a better future. Stay tuned for announcements of future club events.
    5. Today is a great day to just be at the B. It’s the last B day of the week, which means: The B will be open during all lunch periods! New seasonal drinks are here including the Peppermint Mocha and Peppermint Hot Chocolate! This weeks entertainment will be Holiday Improv! Come and have a chance to take the stage yourself!
    6. If you need club hours or just want to volunteer, there is a PNO this Saturday. Volunteers should sign up outside of room 106 and plan to be there from 5:30-10.

    12/6-Wed.

    1. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman
    2. There will be an interest meeting on Thur. Dec. 7th for Track at 4 pm (after school) in room 168
    3. There will be an FBLA Holiday Party on Friday, December 8 in the B Lounge starting at 4:30. We plan to watch two movies (ELF and Home Alone) and have yummy snacks and pizza. The cost is only $2 to attend. Everyone is invited to attend. The party will end at approximately 8 p.m. Hope to see you there!
    4. SAGE is meeting this Thursday, December 7th. Bring your friends!! THERE WILL BE PIZZA & GAMES, ALL ARE WELCOME!!!!!!
    5. Please go to Chipotle tonight for dinner and tell them you are there for Broad Run Theatre. 50% of the proceeds will go toward getting better lights and sound equipment for the theatre and the B.

    12/5-Tues.

    1. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman
    2. There will be an interest meeting on Thur. Dec. 7th for Track at 4 pm (after school) in room 168
    3. Give the gift of friendship at the Writing Center. From today- December 11, stop by the Writing Center to write a holiday note to your friend. We will deliver your note along with a candy cane the week before break. It's a free and fun way to spread the holiday spirit!
    4. FBLA will be hosting a holiday party this Friday, December 8 in the B Lounge starting at 4:30 p.m. We will be watching Holiday movies (ELF and Home Alone) and eating yummy snacks. The party is until 8 p.m. Come one and come all. Bring your friends! Guaranteed a good time!
    5. The next Spartan Pride meeting will be held on Wednesday the 6th at 8:30am in room 178. This is an important meeting and we ask all members to do their best to attend.

     

    12/4-Mon.

    1. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman
    2. Girls soccer interest meeting will be held on Wednesday Dec 6 in Room 636 right after school.
    3. Give the gift of friendship at the Writing Center. From today- December 11, stop by the Writing Center to write a holiday note to your friend. We will deliver your note along with a candy cane the week before break. It's a free and fun way to spread the holiday spirit!
    4. FBLA will be hosting a holiday party this Friday, December 8 in the B Lounge starting at 4:30 p.m. We will be watching Holiday movies (ELF and Home Alone) and eating yummy snacks. The party is until 8 p.m. Come one and come all. Bring your friends! Guaranteed a good time!

    12/1-Fri.

    1. The B will be open today, during all lunch periods! New seasonal drinks are here including the Peppermint Mocha and Peppermint Hot Chocolate! This weeks entertainment presented by Thespian Society will be Trivia! Stop by for a warm drink and a chance to win prizes!
    2. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman
    3. Girls soccer interest meeting will be held on Wednesday Dec 6 in Room 636 right after school.
    4. Want to be a part of something bigger then yourself? Want to push yourself harder then you thought you could? Want to try something new? Have you ever thought about playing football? We are looking for big guys, fast guys, tough guys! If you are interested see Coach Griffis about playing football during your lunch. He will be in the weightroom on Thursday and in the main gym on Friday. Off season workouts for football will begin this Monday, December 4th at 7:15am in the weightroom.
    5. Give the gift of friendship at the Writing Center. From December 4-11, stop by the Writing Center to write a holiday note to your friend. We will deliver your note along with a candy cane the week before break. It's a free and fun way to spread the holiday spirit!
    6. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY SWIM TEAM MEETING THIS AFTERNOON AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 636.

     

    11/30-Thurs.

    1. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman.
    2. Tomorrow morning, December 1st, ONEVoice will be handing out red ribbons to spread awareness for HIV/AIDS by the main entrance. Also on Friday, you can stop by the B student lounge all lunch shifts to write a short letter to Congress and get a cupcake.
    3. Give the gift of friendship at the Writing Center. From December 4-11, stop by the Writing Center to write a holiday note to your friend. We will deliver your note along with a candy cane the week before break. It's a free and fun way to spread the holiday spirit!
    4. Want to be a part of something bigger then yourself? Want to push yourself harder then you thought you could? Want to try something new? Have you ever thought about playing football? We are looking for big guys, fast guys, tough guys! If you are interested see Coach Griffis about playing football during your lunch. He will be in the weightroom on Thursday and in the main gym on Friday. Off season workouts for football will begin this Monday, December 4th at 7:15am in the weightroom.
    5. Girls soccer interest meeting will be held on Wednesday Dec 6 in Room 636 right after school.

    11/29-Wed.

    1. The Political Forum Club meets today after school in Room 108.
    2. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. You can signup to donate during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman.
    3. The B will be open this Friday, December 1st, during all lunch periods! New seasonal drinks are here including the Peppermint Mocha and Peppermint Hot Chocolate! This weeks entertainment presented by Thespian Society will be Trivia! Stop by for a warm drink and a chance to win prizes!

    11/28-Tues.

    1. There are a few tickets left for the Wizards Game on Friday, December 1, 2017. We will departing at 11:45 a.m. to attend the game and will have a group dinner. The total cost is $65. If anyone is still interested please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 to pick up a permission slip. First-come, first-served.
    2. Broad Run DECA Members! This Wednesday, November 29th there will be a DECA Chapter meeting in the cafeteria at 8:20. We will be having a guest speaker from a local women's shelter and there will be DONUTS! We hope to see everyone there at 8:20!
    3. Interact will be hosting a blood drive through INOVA on Monday, Dec. 11. Signups will begin tomorrow during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria and before school in the main lobby. Those who wish to donate must be at least 16 and weigh 110 pounds. For more information, see Mr. Newman.
    4. Men's Lacrosse has an interest meeting today at 4:10 pm in Room 605.
    5. Last Call--There are 4 tickets still remaining if you are interested in the Washington Wizards vs. Detroit Pistons game this Friday, December 1 for FBLA Career Day. We are leaving at 11:45 a.m. and you must stop by Room 6 to pick up a permission slip. The cost is $65 which includes a group dinner, ticket to the game, entrance to the college fair, and we will be there to watch pre-game warm up. Representatives from Monumental Sports will be on hand to talk about marketing. Please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 for further information.
    6. As we reflect on the season of giving, clean out our closets and make room for the new, please take time to remember those less fortunate than we are. There are so many ways to give this season right in our own backyard.
    7. Broad Run DECA is hosting a Toys for Tots Drive from Monday, December 4th- Thursday, December 14th! Toys will be collected within the marketing rooms and classes and the marketing class with the most toys donated will win a prize. The drive will be directly promoted to marketing students, but it will also be mentioned on the morning announcements so all students that are interested in donating are free to drop off toys to Rooms 402 and 403! They are also sponsoring a women's clothing drive this week. Jingle Bell is right around the corner and is a chance to give to the senior citizens in the area. and Nikki Harmon, the Broad Run angel, is ALWAYS in need to help those less fortunate right here at Broad Run through the giving tree. You can sign up right on line through the Broad Run website.
    8. Creative Writing Club will resume meetings in room 308 on December 6th, directly after school. Join us!

     

    11/27-Mon.

    1. There are a few tickets left for the Wizards Game on Friday, December 1, 2017. We will departing at 11:45 a.m. to attend the game and will have a group dinner. The total cost is $65. If anyone is still interested please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 to pick up a permission slip. First-come, first-served.
    2. Broad Run DECA Members! This Wednesday, November 29th there will be a DECA Chapter meeting in the cafeteria at 8:20. We will be having a guest speaker from a local women's shelter and there will be DONUTS! We hope to see everyone there at 8:20!
    3. Do you need help preparing for your upcoming World History 1 or World History 2 SOL retake? Help is here TODAY after school from 4:15 - 5:30. World 1: Classroom 180 with Ms. Susbilla; World 2: Classroom 185 with Mrs. Griffis

    11/21-Tues.

    1. There are a few tickets left for the Wizards Game on Friday, December 1, 2017. We will departing at 11:45 a.m. to attend the game and will have a group dinner. The total cost is $65. If anyone is still interested please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 to pick up a permission slip. First-come, first-served.

    11/20-Mon.

    1. Attention all Math Aficionados! And people who love donuts! Mu Alpha Theta, our esteemed Math Honor Society, is hosting its first Log1 Math Competition on Monday, November 20, after school in room 123. The competition is open to ANY Broad Run student! Winners will be be picked at random - and by high score - to receive fabulous prizes, fortune, and fame. And did we mention there will be donuts? Hope to see you there!
    2. If you see these debaters and speakers from your Broad Run Debate & Speech Team, congratulate them for their success in tournaments in the past couple weeks. Hrushesh Ayalasomayajula, Captain of Congressional Debate, double-qualified for the Washington Arlington Catholic Forensic League Metropolitan Championship in the Spring. He placed 2nd in Extemporaneous Speaking at one tournament and 1st at another in Student Congress. Rohit Rajuladevi and Caroline Harrop placed 3rd and 5th respectively in Extemporaneous Speaking, and Mekhali Peyyalamitta took 4th Place in Impromptu. All three qualified for post-season competition. Rohit also qualified in Student Congress earlier in the month. All students will be vying for opportunities to compete in the National competition in May.
    3. Attention Debate & Speech Team—Speech, Policy, and Congress practices are cancelled tomorrow—Tuesday—due to the holiday short week. Lincoln-Douglas will meet to review this past weekend's ballots and strategize for December's tournaments.

    11/17-Fri.

    1. COME OUT AND FILL OUR STANDS FRIDAY NIGHT TO CHEER ON OUR SPARTANS IN THE REGIONAL FOOTBALL GAME VS TUSCARORA. THE GAME STARTS AT 7:00. AND TICKETS ARE $8.00. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE IF POSSIBLE. GO SPARTANS!!!!!
    2. Parents night out is this Saturday, November 18. Interested in volunteering? Need club hours? Sign up to help at PNO outside of Mr. Zyck's room, room 133.
    3. Attention all Math Aficionados! And people who love donuts! Mu Alpha Theta, our esteemed Math Honor Society, is hosting its first Log1 Math Competition on Monday, November 20, after school in room 123. The competition is open to ANY Broad Run student! Winners will be be picked at random - and by high score - to receive fabulous prizes, fortune, and fame. And did we mention there will be donuts? Hope to see you there!
    4. Book Club is meeting today during all lunch shifts! Come and meet in the library during your lunch to discuss what you are currently reading and get suggestions for what to read next!

    11/16-Thurs.

    1. The Library will be closed to all study halls, Lunch blocks and classes on Monday and Tuesday of next week.
    2. Do you like solving puzzles, riddles, and problems? Do you like free gift cards to local restaurants? On Monday and Tuesday, November 20th and 21st, during your study hall, we will be having a Breakout Edu activity in the library. If you want to participate in this Escape Room-type activity, come to the library to sign up today. Teachers are also welcome.
    3. Do you play games like Harth-Stone, Over-Watch, or Dungeons & Dragons? Then join us for Spartan SAGE club! Our first meeting will be after school this Thursday, November 16th, in Room 21. All are welcome--just bring yourself!! OH AND FREE TACOS -- YEA boiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!
    4. COME OUT AND FILL OUR STANDS FRIDAY NIGHT TO CHEER ON OUR SPARTANS IN THE REGIONAL FOOTBALL GAME VS TUSCARORA. THE GAME STARTS AT 7:00. AND TICKETS ARE $8.00. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE IF POSSIBLE. GO SPARTANS!!!!!
    5. 8th block teachers - Please consider broinging your class and visiting Room 8 today between 3 and 3:45 for an art gallery experience. The 6th Annual Snack Attack Exhibit will take place in room 8. Come and see what students have created based on a favorite snack and support the visual artists here at Broad Run.

    11/15-Wed.

    1. Boys soccer interest meeting will be held today after school in Room 636.
    2. The Library will be closed to all study halls, Lunch blocks and classes on Monday and Tuesday of next week.
    3. Do you like solving puzzles, riddles, and problems? Do you like free gift cards to local restaurants? On Monday and Tuesday, November 20th and 21st, during your study hall, we will be having a Breakout Edu activity in the library. If you want to participate in this Escape Room-type activity, come to the library to sign up today or tomorrow. Teachers are also welcome. Great prizes will be awarded!
    4. Badminton club is cancelled for this Thursday, November 16th. We will resume on Thursday, November 30th.
    5. Do you play games like Harth-Stone, Over-Watch, or Dungeons & Dragons? Then join us for Spartan SAGE club! Our first meeting will be after school this Thursday, November 16th, in Room 21. All are welcome--just bring yourself!! OH AND FREE TACOS -- YEA boiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!
    6. COME OUT AND FILL OUR STANDS FRIDAY NIGHT TO CHEER ON OUR SPARTANS IN THE REGIONAL FOOTBALL GAME VS TUSCARORA. THE GAME STARTS AT 7:00. AND TICKETS ARE $8.00. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE IF POSSIBLE. GO SPARTANS!!!!!
    7. Ha-roosh-a-kesh I-yuh-luh-soma-ya-joo-lah
    8. Happy American Enterprise Day Broad Run! American Enterprise Day is celebrated every November 15 and recognized by FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) to recognize the efforts of the American Free Enterprise system in the U.S. Don't forget Saturday is Small Business Saturday a time to honor the small business owners' in the United States. Shop small shops in your community this Saturday!

    11/14-Tues.

    1. Boys soccer interest meeting will be held on Nov 15 after school in Room 636.
    2. Badminton club is cancelled for this Thursday, November 16th. We will resume on Thursday, November 30th.

    11/13-Mon.

    1. Boys soccer interest meeting will be held on Nov 15 after school in Room 636.
    2. Hrushikesh Ayalasomayajula (Ha-roosh-a-kesh I-yuh-luh-soma-ya-joo-lah)
    3. Congratulations to Ellie Desmond for getting 4th place in states!
    4. Do you want a free ticket to this years prom? If so, head down to chipotle on Yukon Drive tomorrow between 5 and 9. Bring your receipt to Ms. Spencer or Ms. Susbilla to enter the raffle for your chance to win a buy one get one free prom ticket.

    11/10-Fri.

    1. Do you like solving puzzles, riddles, and problems? On Monday and Tuesday, November 20th and 21st, we will be having Breakout Edu in the library. There will be box and lock activities as well as a digital activity featuring historic females of the technology age. If you want to participate in this Escape Room-type activity, come to the library to sign up Monday 11/13-Thursday 11/16. Space is limited and the library will be closed to students on those days.
    2. Attention all FBLA members and Interested students, FBLA will be attending the Washington Wizards game on Friday, December 1 as part of the Career Day venue at the Capital One arena. All FBLA members and interested students are invited to participate. The cost is $65 which includes transportation, dinner, pre-game warm ups and your seat to watch the Wizards play the Detroit Pistons. Please see Mrs. Somers, Mrs. Miller, or Mr. Gordon if interested in attending.
    3. Boys soccer interest meeting will be held on Nov 15 after school in Room 636.
    4. The Writing Center will be closed on Monday, November 13.
    5. Do you like showing off all your useless trivia knowledge Jeopardy style? Would you like to gain scholarship opportunities? Join SMARTANS, Broad Run's Academic Quiz Bowl Team. Come to the interest meeting in Ms. Susbilla's room - 185 in the new wing - after school Thursday, Nov 16. Free pizza will be provided.

    11/9-Thurs.

    1. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    2. Anyone interested in being a part of Special Needs Field Day in 2 weeks must attend a mandatory meeting this Friday Nov. 10 at 8:30 am in the gym. Only those in attendance will be put on the list to be a part of this special day. See you Friday morning.
    3. Do you like solving puzzles, riddles, and problems? On Monday and Tuesday, November 20th and 21st, we will be having Breakout Edu in the library. There will be box and lock activities as well as a digital activity featuring historic females of the technology age. If you want to participate in this Escape Room-type activity, come to the library to sign up Monday 11/13-Thursday 11/16. Space is limited and the library will be closed to students on the 20th and 21st.
    4. This is a reminder that students who want to use the library during Study Hall need to come to the library to get a pass. We have created new plastic passes that should cut down on students misplacing passes. Teachers should access the Lib sign in sheet on the Useful Links page on the desktop to check if students have signed in. Also, please check the Lib sign in sheet before sending students with a paper pass to see if space is available for the student to come to the library.
    5. Attention all FBLA members and Interested students, FBLA will be attending the Washington Wizards game on Friday, December 1 as part of the Career Day venue at the Capital One arena. All FBLA members and interested students are invited to participate. The cost is $65 which includes transportation, dinner, pre-game warm ups and your seat to watch the Wizards play the Detroit Pistons. Please see Mrs. Somers, Mrs. Miller, or Mr. Gordon if interested in attending.
    6. Boys soccer interest meeting will be held on Nov 15 after school in Room 636.
    7. THERE WILL BE AN INTEREST MEETING FOR CREW ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 AT 8:30 AM IN ROOM 636.
    8. The Writing Center will be closed on Monday, November 13.
    9. The grand opening of "the B” Student lounge located in the Black Box is tomorrow, November 10th, and we will be open during all lunch shifts Friday's guest partner with Colebrew Coffee will be NOVAHTI, an anti-human trafficking organization from Loudoun County. Come for the coffee, stay to learn more about how you can help out our communities. Follow The B on Instagram and twitter @thebstudentlounge and @colebrewcoffee for updates on important information on the menu, events, and guests. See you on a Friday! 

    11/8-Wed.

    1. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    2. Anyone interested in being a part of Special Needs Field Day in 2 weeks must attend a mandatory meeting this Friday Nov. 10 at 8:30 am in the gym. Only those in attendance will be put on the list to be a part of this special day. See you Friday morning.
    3. Do you like solving puzzles, riddles, and problems? On Monday and Tuesday, November 20th and 21st, we will be having Breakout Edu in the library. There will be box and lock activities as well as a digital activity featuring historic females of the technology age. If you want to participate in this Escape Room-type activity, come to the library to sign up Monday 11/13-Thursday 11/16. Space is limited and the library will be closed to students on those days.
    4. This is a reminder that students who want to use the library during Study Hall need to come to the library to get a pass. We have created new plastic passes that should cut down on students misplacing passes. Teachers should access the Lib sign in sheet on the Useful Links page on the desktop to check if students have signed in. Also, please check the Lib sign in sheet before sending students with a paper pass to see if space is available for the student to come to the library.
    5. Attention all FBLA members and Interested students, FBLA will be attending the Washington Wizards game on Friday, December 1 as part of the Career Day venue at the Capital One arena. All FBLA members and interested students are invited to participate. The cost is $65 which includes transportation, dinner, pre-game warm ups and your seat to watch the Wizards play the Detroit Pistons. Please see Mrs. Somers, Mrs. Miller, or Mr. Gordon if interested in attending.

    11/3-Fri. - No Morning Announcements

    1. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    2. PRE SALE TICKETS FOR THE BATTLE OF THE BURN FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN BROAD RUN AND STONE BRIDGE THIS FRIDAY WILL BE ON SALE AT ALL LUNCH SHIFTS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. TICKETS ARE $6.00. SAVE TIME NOT WAITING IN LINE AND BUY EARLY. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE.
    3. The Writing Center will be closed on November 8 & 9. If you need to visit the center for an assignment, please plan accordingly.
    4. Freshman boys basketball tryouts will be held on the following days: November 6 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym   November 7 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym   November 8 - 4:20pm - 6 pm Aux Gym Please be sure to have all of your athletic paperwork turned in to the athletic office by Nov 6.
    5. Come out to Chipotle on November 5th from 5-8PM to support Broad Run NHS Sixth Annual Holiday Party! Every year, Broad Run invites underprivileged students from local elementary schools to participate in holiday crafts and activities, enjoy a potluck dinner, and receive gifts from Santa. Just say you are with Broad Run NHS Holiday Party to help contribute to this wonderful cause! If you are in NHS but not a part of the Holiday Party Committee, you will receive 30 minutes of in-club hours if you save your receipt from your purchase. All proceeds from this fundraiser go to making the little one’s dreams come true so please come out and show your support!!
    6. If you missed the Spartans For Life meeting on Wednesday, stop by room 132 to pick up a membership form! 

    11/2-Thurs.

    1. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    2. PRE SALE TICKETS FOR THE BATTLE OF THE BURN FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN BROAD RUN AND STONE BRIDGE THIS FRIDAY WILL BE ON SALE AT ALL LUNCH SHIFTS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. TICKETS ARE $6.00. SAVE TIME NOT WAITING IN LINE AND BUY EARLY. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE.
    3. The Writing Center will be closed on November 8 & 9. If you need to visit the center for an assignment, please plan accordingly.
    4. Freshman boys basketball tryouts will be held on the following days: November 6 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym   November 7 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym   November 8 - 4:20pm - 6 pm Aux Gym Please be sure to have all of your athletic paperwork turned in to the athletic office by Nov 6.
    5. Come out to Chipotle on November 5th from 5-8PM to support Broad Run NHS Sixth Annual Holiday Party! Every year, Broad Run invites underprivileged students from local elementary schools to participate in holiday crafts and activities, enjoy a potluck dinner, and receive gifts from Santa. Just say you are with Broad Run NHS Holiday Party to help contribute to this wonderful cause! If you are in NHS but not a part of the Holiday Party Committee, you will receive 30 minutes of in-club hours if you save your receipt from your purchase. All proceeds from this fundraiser go to making the little one’s dreams come true so please come out and show your support!!
    6. Attention 10th, 11th and 12th boys trying out for basketball, the first day of tryouts is this Monday at 4 pm in the main gym.
    7. If you missed the Spartans For Life meeting on Wednesday, stop by room 132 to pick up a membership form!
    8. Students… you will be receiving a pink 2017 Impact Aid Program Survey Card in your Block 5 class today. It is very important that you take it home, have your parents fill it out, sign it and return it to your Block 5 teacher as soon as possible. The information on these cards provides our community/ school with financial assistance, which in turn will lower our local taxes.

    11/1-Wed.

    1. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    2. PRE SALE TICKETS FOR THE BATTLE OF THE BURN FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN BROAD RUN AND STONE BRIDGE THIS FRIDAY WILL BE ON SALE AT ALL LUNCH SHIFTS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. TICKETS ARE $6.00. SAVE TIME NOT WAITING IN LINE AND BUY EARLY. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE.
    3. Freshman boys basketball tryouts will be held on the following days: November 6 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym, November 7 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym and November 8 - 4:20pm - 6 pm Aux Gym. Please be sure to have all of your athletic paperwork turned in to the athletic office by Nov 6.
    4. Come out to Chipotle on November 5th from 5-8PM to support Broad Run NHS Sixth Annual Holiday Party! Every year, Broad Run invites underprivileged students from local elementary schools to participate in holiday crafts and activities, enjoy a potluck dinner, and receive gifts from Santa. Just say you are with Broad Run NHS Holiday Party to help contribute to this wonderful cause! If you are in NHS but not a part of the Holiday Party Committee, you will receive 30 minutes of in-club hours if you save your receipt from your purchase. All proceeds from this fundraiser go to making the little one’s dreams come true so please come out and show your support!!
    5. Interested in discussing Roe v Wade? Stop into the Political Forum Club for the conversation this afternoon after school in Room 108. Bring a friend and an enemy.
    6. Are you down for a howling good time?? Come out to room 117 at 8:20 on thursday morning for Walk With A Purpose's Halloween party. We have a spooky scavenger hunt planned and there will be food.Speaking of food, we'll also be collecting cans for a canned food drive the rest of this week and all of next week!

    10/31-Tues.

    1. The Third Culture Club will be meeting on Wednesday, November 1st at 8:30 am in room 194. Please join us if you are interested in sharing your experiences living abroad or if you want to meet people who have. We are planning on fun activities including ethnic dinners, pot lucks and movie nights.
    2. Do you want to help save lives? Did you know that 22% of all pregnancies end in abortion? If you would like to see that number go down, come out to the brand-new Spartans For Life interest meeting next Wednesday, November 1, at 8:30 before school in room 132. There will be food!
    3. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot. 
    4. PRE SALE TICKETS FOR THE BATTLE OF THE BURN FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN BROAD RUN AND STONE BRIDGE THIS FRIDAY WILL BE ON SALE AT ALL LUNCH SHIFTS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. TICKETS ARE $6.00. SAVE TIME NOT WAITING IN LINE AND BUY EARLY. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE. Freshman boys basketball tryouts will be held on the following days: 

      November 6 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym

      November 7 - 2-3:30pm Aux Gym

      November 8 - 4:20pm - 6 pm Aux Gym

      Please be sure to have all of your athletic paperwork turned in to the athletic office by Nov 6.

    5. Today, during your Block 5, B Day class, your teacher will distribute copies of Dr. Williams’ letter about the 2015 Impact Aid Program Survey Cards. Please take this letter home to your parents.
    6. Come out to Chipotle on November 5th from 5-8PM to support Broad Run NHS Sixth Annual Holiday Party! Every year, Broad Run invites underprivileged students from local elementary schools to participate in holiday crafts and activities, enjoy a potluck dinner, and receive gifts from Santa. Just say you are with Broad Run NHS Holiday Party to help contribute to this wonderful cause! If you are in NHS but not a part of the Holiday Party Committee, you will receive 30 minutes of in-club hours if you save your receipt from your purchase. All proceeds from this fundraiser go to making the little one’s dreams come true so please come out and show your support!!
    7. Attention everyone! Auditions for the Cornfield Picks will be Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 1st and 2nd, after school. Please report to room 510, the black box. You will be given parts to read. Anyone can audition, and there are over 30 parts to hand out, so this is a great opportunity to try acting, even if it is your first time. You will rehearse once or twice a week until the shows, the first week of December. So come one, come all, and bring a friend, and you can be a part of the Cornfield Picks!
    8. The Political Forum Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in Rm 108.
    9. Attention all FBLA members: Career Day at the Washington Wizards on December 1 is fast approaching and if you want to go, please submit permission slip and $65 check to Mrs. Somers in Room 6 asap. The event will include a college fair, dinner, pre-game activities, and watching the Washington Wizards take on the Detroit Pistons. Tickets are going fast!
    10. Interact - There will be a full club meeting at 8:30am in the cafeteria tomorrow or at 4:15 in Mr. Newman's room, 192. Also, please RSVP to the Welcome Social. Check your Remind text for the link.

     

    10/30-Mon.

    1. The Third Culture Club will be meeting on Wednesday, November 1st at 8:30 am in room 194. Please join us if you are interested in sharing your experiences living abroad or if you want to meet people who have. We are planning on fun activities including ethnic dinners, pot lucks and movie nights.
    2. THERE WILL BE A SWIM TEAM INTEREST MEETING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TH AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 636.
    3. Do you want to help save lives? Did you know that 22% of all pregnancies end in abortion? If you would like to see that number go down, come out to the brand-new Spartans For Life interest meeting next Wednesday, November 1, at 8:30 before school in room 132. There will be food!
    4. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    5. A dozen members of the Broad Run Debate & Speech Team have already qualified for entry into the Washington Arlington Catholic Forensic League Championships in February and March. They are— · Juliet Varblow, 1st Place Lincoln-Douglas Varsity Debate and Top Speaker · Vani Ramesh and Divya Rajesh, 6th Place Junior Varsity Policy Debate · Divya Mahanti and Sahiti Vuppala, 4th Place Novice Policy Debate · Ishyan Veluppillai and Tarun Golla, 3rd Place, Junior Varsity Public Forum Debate · Leleda Beraki and Sharan Gill, 5th Place, Novice Public Forum Debate · Caroline Harrop, 3rd Place Impromptu Speech · Diyare Tekin and Timothy Muliere, Duo Interpretation MetroFinal Qualification
    6. PRE SALE TICKETS FOR THE BATTLE OF THE BURN FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN BROAD RUN AND STONE BRIDGE THIS FRIDAY WILL BE ON SALE AT ALL LUNCH SHIFTS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. TICKETS ARE $6.00. SAVE TIME NOT WAITING IN LINE AND BUY EARLY. PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE. 

    10/27-Fri.

    1. The Third Culture Club will be meeting on Wednesday, November 1st at 8:30 am in room 194. Please join us if you are interested in sharing your experiences living abroad or if you want to meet people who have. We are planning on fun activities including ethnic dinners, pot lucks and movie nights.
    2. THERE WILL BE A SWIM TEAM INTEREST MEETING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TH AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 636.
    3. Do you want to help save lives? Did you know that 22% of all pregnancies end in abortion? If you would like to see that number go down, come out to the brand-new Spartans For Life interest meeting next Wednesday, November 1, at 8:30 before school in room 132. There will be food!
    4. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an interest meeting Thursday, November 9th at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend. There is a lot of interest in this trip so be sure to reserve your spot.
    5. Congratulations to sophomore Hannah Jonely who competed in the Virginia Girls Golf State Championship this past Monday and Tuesday in Richmond. Out of 82 golfers, Hannah finished 25th overall and had the 2nd best score from Loudoun County. Hannah will enter her Junior season next year as the #1 ranked Girls golfer in all of the Loudoun county. Great job Hannah!!

    10/26-Thurs.

    1. The Third Culture Club will be meeting on Wednesday, November 1st at 8:30 am in room 194. Please join us if you are interested in sharing your experiences living abroad or if you want to meet people who have. We are planning on fun activities including ethnic dinners, pot lucks and movie nights.
    2. Please join Thirst Club on Friday the 27th in room 178 for a meeting. Hope to see you there!
    3. THERE WILL BE A SWIM TEAM INTEREST MEETING ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 30TH AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 636.
    4. Do you want to help save lives? Did you know that 22% of all pregnancies end in abortion? If you would like to see that number go down, come out to the brand-new Spartans For Life interest meeting next Wednesday, November 1, at 8:30 before school in room 132. There will be food!

    10/25-Wed.

    1. Please join Thirst Club on Friday the 27th in room 178 for a meeting. Hope to see you there!
    2. Badminton club is canceled for this Thursday, 10/26. We will resume next Thursday.

    10/24-Tues.

    1. Feminist Club is meeting Wednesday the 25th at 8:30am in room 178. Hope to see you there!!
    2. Please join Thirst Club on Friday the 27th in room 178 for a meeting. Hope to see you there!
    3. Attention FBLA Members, There will be a monthly FBLA meeting this Friday before school at 8:30 a.m. All FBLA members are invited!

    10/23-Mon.

    10/20-Fri.

    1. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    2. Attention MLB fans! The Broad Run FBLA Chapter is planning to attend the Washington Wizards Sports Career Day on Friday, December 1, 2017 (B Day) at the Capital One Arena, formerly the Verizon Center. All FBLA members are invited. There are 21 seats available and the cost is $65 to attend. It is first-come, first-served (first to turn in permission slip and $65 will be able to go). Not a current FBLA member? You can still join for $20 or $30 with a FBLA T-shirt. The evening will be fun with a college fair, dinner, a sports business seminar, and the game at 7 p.m. Please stop by Room 4 or Room 6 to pick up the itinerary and permission slip and/or an application to join FBLA.
    3. Feminist Club is meeting Wednesday the 25th at 8:30am in room 178. Hope to see you there!!

    10/19-Thurs.

    1. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    2. Attention MLB fans! The Broad Run FBLA Chapter is planning to attend the Washington Wizards Sports Career Day on Friday, December 1, 2017 (B Day) at the Capital One Arena, formerly the Verizon Center. All FBLA members are invited. There are 21 seats available and the cost is $65 to attend. It is first-come, first-served (first to turn in permission slip and $65 will be able to go). Not a current FBLA member? You can still join for $20 or $30 with a FBLA T-shirt. The evening will be fun with a college fair, dinner, a sports business seminar, and the game at 7 p.m. Please stop by Room 4 or Room 6 to pick up the itinerary and permission slip and/or an application to join FBLA.
    3. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an initial interest meeting this Thursday at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend.

    10/18-Wed.

    1. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    2. Have you been to Europe? Berlin? Prague?, Vienna? Budapest? If yes, then you know how amazing they are! If not, then let's go! Mrs. Valli is planning a trip for July 2019. Please come to an information meeting tonight in room 178, from 5pm to 6pm to learn more about it!
    3. Badminton Club will not be meeting this Thursday, the 19th due to the faculty meeting being held in the Main gym. We will resume on Thursday, October 26th.
    4. Attention MLB fans! The Broad Run FBLA Chapter is planning to attend the Washington Wizards Sports Career Day on Friday, December 1, 2017 (B Day) at the Capital One Arena, formerly the Verizon Center. All FBLA members are invited. There are 21 seats available and the cost is $65 to attend. It is first-come, first-served (first to turn in permission slip and $65 will be able to go). Not a current FBLA member? You can still join for $20 or $30 with a FBLA T-shirt. The evening will be fun with a college fair, dinner, a sports business seminar, and the game at 7 p.m. Please stop by Room 4 or Room 6 to pick up the itinerary and permission slip and/or an application to join FBLA.
    5. Are you interested in seeing a part of the world that is REALLY different? Have you dreamed of seeing the exotic cities of Southeast Asia, cruising along the Mekong River and climbing the ancient temple of Angkor Wat? Mr. Curtis and Ms. Walker are planning a trip to Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia in June 2019. Please join us for an initial interest meeting this Thursday at 6:30 pm in room 194. We encourage both students and parents to attend.

    10/17-Tues.

    1. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    2. Have you been to Europe? Berlin? Prague?, Vienna? Budapest? If yes, then you know how amazing they are! If not, then let's go! Dr. Valli is planning a trip for July 2019. Please come to an information meeting on OCTOBER 18th, in room 178, from 7pm to 8pm to learn more about it! Can't come, no worries, stop by 178 to ask questions and pick-up paperwork.
    3. If you have lived abroad or you are from another country before moving to BRHS, you are a third culture kid --- a child who has spent some of their childhood years outside of their home country or country of origin. If you are interested in meeting students with similar experiences, please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club on Tuesday, October 17th at 8:45 or 4:05 in room 194. Even if you haven't lived abroad, but want to meet kids who have and share experiences, please join us.
    4. Badminton Club will not be meeting this Thursday, the 19th due to the faculty meeting being held in the Main gym. We will resume on Thursday, October 26th.
    5. Attention MLB fans! The Broad Run FBLA Chapter is planning to attend the Washington Wizards Sports Career Day on Friday, December 1, 2017 (B Day) at the Capital One Arena, formerly the Verizon Center. All FBLA members are invited. There are 21 seats available and the cost is $65 to attend. It is first-come, first-served (first to turn in permission slip and $65 will be able to go). Not a current FBLA member? You can still join for $20 or $30 with a FBLA T-shirt. The evening will be fun with a college fair, dinner, a sports business seminar, and the game at 7 p.m. Please stop by Room 4 or Room 6 to pick up the itinerary and permission slip and/or an application to join FBLA.

    10/16-Mon.

    1. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    2. Have you been to Europe? Berlin? Prague?, Vienna? Budapest? If yes, then you know how amazing they are! If not, then let's go! Dr. Valli is planning a trip for July 2019. Please come to an information meeting on OCTOBER 18th, in room 178, from 7pm to 8pm to learn more about it! Can't come, no worries, stop by 178 to ask questions and pick-up paperwork.
    3. If you have lived abroad or you are from another country before moving to BRHS, you are a third culture kid --- a child who has spent some of their childhood years outside of their home country or country of origin. If you are interested in meeting students with similar experiences, please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club on Tuesday, October 17th at 8:45 or 4:05 in room 194. Even if you haven't lived abroad, but want to meet kids who have and share experiences, please join us.

    10/13-Fri.

    1. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    2. Is your choice class English class? Are you a riveted reader or an aspiring author? Do you get grammar like no other? If yes, you should apply for Psi Epsilon Nu, the National English Honor Society here at Broad Run! Help us to host Coffee Houses, Rock n’ Reads, and our visiting author series for people who are passionate for English, like you. Applications can be picked up outside the library on the PEN bulletin board, in room 201B, or in room 314; and, will be due Friday, October 20th. All you need is a 3.5 minimum GPA in English class and a 3.0 overall GPA. We look forward to hearing from you!
    3. Have you been to Europe? Berlin? Prague?, Vienna? Budapest? If yes, then you know how amazing they are! If not, then let's go! Mrs. Valli is planning a trip for July 2019. Please come to an information meeting on July 18th, in room 178, from 5pm to 6pm to learn more about it!
    4. Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country on their win over Stone Bridge by 35 points. Boys lost to Stone Bridge by one point.
    5. If you have lived abroad or you are from another country before moving to BRHS, you are a third culture kid --- a child who has spent some of their childhood years outside of their home country or country of origin. If you are interested in meeting students with similar experiences, please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club on Tuesday, October 17th at 8:45 or 4:05 in room 194. Even if you haven't lived abroad, but want to meet kids who have and share experiences, please join us.

    10/12-Thurs.

    1. There will be a dodgeball interest meeting in Mr. Newman's room, 192, tomorrow at 8:45. Anyone interested in forming a team should plan on attending. Yes, there will be donuts.
    2. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    3. Spartan Pride will be meeting at 8:25 a.m. this Friday, October 13th in room 178. We will have a special speaker.

    4.  

      There will be a sophomore class meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 8:45 in room 180. We will be discussing Homecoming.

    5.  

      Here is your 2017 Homecoming court!!!! representing freshmen will be

      Rehana Abideen and __________________________

      Sophomore court is

      Victoria Rebholz and Mitch Griffis

      Your junior court is

      Nandhini Nallamotu and Quintin Adkins

      and your 2017 Senior court

      Girls--

      Libby Griffis

      Cameron Orr

      Charlotte Rieckhoff

      Nina Shah

      Paige Wise

      Boys--

      Fionn Desmond

      Matt Fiume

      Dongyoon Ju

      Chance Borde

      Heath Yancey

      6. Do you want to help children born with cleft lips in third world countries receive surgery? Today, after school, the Operation Smile Club will be having an interest meeting in Room 203. There will be food. Please stay tuned for a video from the Operation Smile club.

    10/11-Wed

    1. There will be a dodgeball interest meeting in Mr. Newman's room, 192, on Friday at 8:45. Anyone interested in forming a team should plan on attending. Yes, there will be donuts.
    2. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    3. Creative Writing Club is canceled today, but we look forward to seeing you next week! 
    4. There will be a sophomore class meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 8:45 in room 180. We will be discussing Homecoming.

    10/10-Tues

    1. There will be a dodgeball interest meeting in Mr. Newman's room, 192, on Friday at 8:45. Anyone interested in forming a team should plan on attending. Yes, there will be donuts.
    2. Do you enjoy Chick-Fil-A on a quiet Tuesday afternoon? If you do, then please come out and support Broad Run Baseball's Chick fil a fundraiser today from 3-8pm at the George Washington center. Proceeds will go to Broad Run baseball and their quest for a new outfield.
    3. All powder puff players should pick up their game shirts before the end of the day today from Mrs. Burton in room 301. Game tickets will be on sale during lunch tomorrow for $1 each.
    4. If you missed the UNICEF club meeting this morning, there will be another at 4:10 PM today in room 194. UNICEF Club members -- be sure to attend.
    5. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    6. The first Annual United Way Chili Cook sponsored by The Library Staff, would like to announce the winners of this year’s competition. This year we collected $192.00. So, without further ado; in second place, with a cash prize sponsored by the Testing Coordinator, is Nancy Woods with a wonder White Chicken Chili. In first place, with a cash prize sponsored by the Technology Resource Staff, is a savory, with a bit of heat, chili by Jennifer Heath.
    7. Message: "Want to join the Cricket Club? Come to the interest meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12th in room 192 at 8:30am. We will have food." 
    8. If you missed the UNICEF club meeting this morning, there will be another at 4:10 PM today in room 194. UNICEF Club members -- be sure to attend.

    9.  

      Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!

    10.  

      The first Annual United Way Chili Cook sponsored by The Library Staff, would like to announce the winners of this year’s competition. This year we collected $192.00. So, without further ado; in second place, with a cash prize sponsored by the Testing Coordinator, is Nancy Woods with a wonder White Chicken Chili. In first place, with a cash prize sponsored by the Technology Resource Staff, is a savory, with a bit of heat, chili by Jennifer Heath.

    11.  

      Want to join the Cricket Club? Come to the interest meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12th in room 192 at 8:30am. We will have food.

    12.  

      Start your PSAT day right and donate spare change to the Red Cross Club to raise money for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico and get a cookie in the lobby.

    10/6-Fri

    1. Do you like kids? Do you want to earn service hours? The 2nd PNO (Parents Night Out) will be this Saturday night starting at 5:15. If you need service hours for NHS, Key Club, Interact, FBLA or any other organization or just want to help out, please plan attend. Sign up outside of Room 6 or 208. See Mrs. Miller or Mrs. Somers for details.
    2. The annual FBLA Shenandoah fall leadership conference will be all day Tuesday, October 17. If you are an FBLA member or want to attend please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6. You don't have to be an FBLA member to attend. The entire day will be spent OUTDOORS at the 4-H Educational Center in beautiful Front Royal, Virginia. The day will be spent totally outdoors and at the facilities ropes course. Please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 for a permission slip, sign up sheet, and further details. Hope to see you there!
    3. Tickets will be on sale next Wednesday, Oct 11 for our annual powder puff football game during lunch for $1.
    4. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    5. BRHS will be hosting a dodgeball tournament on Saturday, October 28 to raise money for the victims of the recent hurricanes. The first 16 teams to get their registration packets in will get to compete for prizes. Packets can be picked up from Mr. Newman in room 192.
    6. This year's 1st SNHS meeting is scheduled for a most auspicious day: Friday the 13th. Come before school at 8:45 after stepping on cracks, breaking mirrors or walking under ladders. A quick reminder: all seniors must re-apply this year.
    7. The UNICEF club will be meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 8:30 AM and 4:10 PM in room 194. UNICEF Club members -- be sure to attend.
    8. The Operation Smile Club, which is having an interest meeting after school on Thursday, October 12th in room 203. There will be food!

    10/5-Thurs

    1. There will be a China interest meeting Thursday, Oct. 5th at 7:00 pm in Library. See Mr. Spage or Mr. Runfola with any questions.
    2. Have you lived abroad? Have you moved to the U.S. from another country? If so, then you are a Third Culture kid -- a person who has spent a number of formative years in a country different from that of your birth or your parents' birth. Please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club -- a club for people who want to share their experiences and ideas and meet with people who have had similar experiences growing up in another country. The interest meetings will be at 8:45 and at 4:10 on Thursday, October 5th in room 194.
    3. Do you like local activism and volunteering that directly impacts your community? Do you want to volunteer without the pressure of an hours sheet? Join the Student Advocacy Alliance. The interest meetings will take place in Room 170 before AND after school on Thursday, October fifth. The meeting before school starts at 8:40. We hope to see you there!
    4. Do you like kids? Do you want to earn service hours? The 2nd PNO (Parents Night Out) will be this Saturday night starting at 5:15. If you need service hours for NHS, Key Club, Interact, FBLA or any other organization or just want to help out, please plan attend. Sign up outside of Room 6 or 208. See Mrs. Miller or Mrs. Somers for details.
    5. The annual FBLA Shenandoah fall leadership conference will be all day Tuesday, October 17. If you are an FBLA member or want to attend please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6. You don't have to be an FBLA member to attend. The entire day will be spent OUTDOORS at the 4-H Educational Center in beautiful Front Royal, Virginia. The day will be spent totally outdoors and at the facilities ropes course. Please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 for a permission slip, sign up sheet, and further details. Hope to see you there!
    6. Tickets will be on sale next Wednesday, Oct 11 for our annual powder puff football game during lunch for $1.
    7. Frappuccino. Mocha-Chatta-latte, venti, caramel Macchiatos. Now that we said a bunch of random coffee drinks, we thought we would let you know that the deadline for the Cornfield Picks has been extended to Friday, October 13th. So, finish those fantastic 10 minute plays you were working on an submit them to Mr K. The theatre teacher. Each play has to use only 3 actors or less and be set in a coffee house. Rough Drafts are welcome. Your play may be selected for full production in our winter short play festival. Some playwrights will win prizes! So get those creative juices stirring, and brew up the next hot play!
    8. BRHS will be hosting a dodgeball tournament on Saturday, October 28 to raise money for the victims of the recent hurricanes. The first 16 teams to get their registration packets in will get to compete for prizes. Packets can be picked up from Mr. Newman in room 192.
    9. This year's 1st SNHS meeting is scheduled for a most auspicious day: Friday the 13th. Come before school at 8:45 after stepping on cracks, breaking mirrors or walking under ladders. A quick reminder: all seniors must re-apply this year.
    10. There will be a Boys' Basketball tryout information meeting tomorrow at 9 am in room 603.
    11. Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country Team for the 1st place win at the first Conference Meet yesterday at Rock Ridge. Ellie Desmond was 1st over all with a time of 22:55 min. The Boys Cross Country Team place 2nd. Keep up the good work.
    12. The UNICEF club will be meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 8:30 AM and 4:10 PM in room 194. UNICEF Club members -- be sure to attend.

    10/4-Wed

    1. There will be a China interest meeting Thursday, Oct. 5th at 7:00 pm in Library. See Mr. Spage or Mr. Runfola with any questions.
    2. Have you lived abroad? Have you moved to the U.S. from another country? If so, then you are a Third Culture kid -- a person who has spent a number of formative years in a country different from that of your birth or your parents' birth. Please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club -- a club for people who want to share their experiences and ideas and meet with people who have had similar experiences growing up in another country. The interest meetings will be at 8:45 and at 4:10 on Thursday, October 5th in room 194.
    3. Do you like warm, freshly baked, chocolate chip cookies? Do you love the Spart Mart?Well if you do, be sure to come down to the Spart Mart this Thursday morning. The Spart Mart appreciates the loyalty of its customers and to give back, the store will be giving out FREE cookies with purchases of $10 or more! There couldn’t be a better way to start your day than with some Spart Mart merch and cookies. Stop by October 5th, this Thursday, to get your free treat! Thanks from the Spart Mart team!!!
    4. Do you like local activism and volunteering that directly impacts your community? Do you want to volunteer without the pressure of an hours sheet? Join the Student Advocacy Alliance. The interest meetings will take place in Room 170 before AND after school on Thursday, October fifth. The meeting before school starts at 8:40. We hope to see you there!
    5. Do you like kids? Do you want to earn service hours? The 2nd PNO (Parents Night Out) will be this Saturday night starting at 5:15. If you need service hours for NHS, Key Club, Interact, FBLA or any other organization or just want to help out, please plan attend. Sign up outside of Room 6 or 208. See Mrs. Miller or Mrs. Somers for details.
    6. The annual FBLA Shenandoah fall leadership conference will be all day Tuesday, October 17. If you are an FBLA member or want to attend please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6. You don't have to be an FBLA member to attend. The entire day will be spent OUTDOORS at the 4-H Educational Center in beautiful Front Royal, Virginia. The day will be spent totally outdoors and at the facilities ropes course. Please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 for a permission slip, sign up sheet, and further details. Hope to see you there!
    7. Happy Birthday to Ms. Heath!
    8. The Political Debate Forum Club is meeting today after school in room 108. Anyone interested should bring a point of view and an open mind.
    9. Seniors!!! HOCO is around the corner. Come to the SENIOR HOCO meeting this Friday in room 178 at 8:15am.

    10/3-Tues.

    1. Homecoming Week and the Dance are coming up soon! Do you have your dress and accessories for the dance? If not, come shop next week starting on Wednesday, October 4th during 2nd block from a FREE dress and accessories! Irene's Prom Closet and BRHS-FIDM fashion club will have tons of brand new dresses and barely used shoes and jewelryy....some items for guys as well. Everything at NO COST! Come shop and get your Homecoming look complete!
    2. There will be a China interest meeting Thursday, Oct. 5th at 7:00 pm in Library. See Mr. Spage or Mr. Runfola with any questions.
    3. We will have a Boys' Basketball interest meeting this Friday 11/6 9 am in room 603. All information about tryouts will be covered for FR. J.V. and Varsity teams.
    4. Have you lived abroad? Have you moved to the U.S. from another country? If so, then you are a Third Culture kid -- a person who has spent a number of formative years in a country different from that of your birth or your parents' birth. Please join us for an interest meeting of the Third Culture Club -- a club for people who want to share their experiences and ideas and meet with people who have had similar experiences growing up in another country. The interest meetings will be at 8:45 and at 4:10 on Thursday, October 5th in room 194.
    5. Indian Student Aasociation meeting today after school in room 178. Free food!
    6. Do you like warm, freshly baked, chocolate chip cookies? Do you love the Spart Mart?Well if you do, be sure to come down to the Spart Mart this Thursday morning. The Spart Mart appreciates the loyalty of its customers and to give back, the store will be giving out FREE cookies with purchases of $10 or more! There couldn’t be a better way to start your day than with some Spart Mart merch and cookies. Stop by October 5th, this Thursday, to get your free treat! Thanks from the Spart Mart team!!!
    7. There will be a full club Interact meeting at 8:30am in the cafeteria tomorrow, Wednesday Oct. 4th. Or you can attend the afternoon meeting in room 192 starting at 4:15.
    8. Do you like local activism and volunteering that directly impacts your community? Do you want to volunteer without the pressure of an hours sheet? Join the Student Advocacy Alliance. The interest meetings will take place in Room 170 before AND after school on Thursday, October fifth. The meeting before school starts at 8:40. We hope to see you there!
    9. Do you like kids? Do you want to earn service hours? The 2nd PNO (Parents Night Out) will be this Saturday night starting at 5:15. If you need service hours for NHS, Key Club, Interact, FBLA or any other organization or just want to help out, please plan attend. Sign up outside of Room 6 or 208. See Mrs. Miller or Mrs. Somers for details.
    10. The annual FBLA Shenandoah fall leadership conference will be all day Tuesday, October 17. If you are an FBLA member or want to attend please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6. You don't have to be an FBLA member to attend. The entire day will be spent OUTDOORS at the 4-H Educational Center in beautiful Front Royal, Virginia. The day will be spent totally outdoors and at the facilities ropes course. Please see Mrs. Somers in Room 6 for a permission slip, sign up sheet, and further details. Hope to see you there!

    10/2-Mon.

    1. THERE WILL BE A GYMNASTICS INTEREST MEETING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3 AT 8:30 AM IN ONE OF THE HEALTH ROOMS.
    2. Homecoming Week and the Dance are coming up soon! Do you have your dress and accessories for the dance? If not, come shop next week starting on Wednesday, October 4th during 2nd block from a FREE dress and accessories! Irene's Prom Closet and BRHS-FIDM fashion club will have tons of brand new dresses and barely used shoes and jewelry....some items for guys as well. Everything at NO COST! Come shop and get your Homecoming look complete!
    3. There will be a sophomore class meeting on Tuesday Oct 3 at 8:30 in room 180. We will be finalizing homecoming plans. See you then!
    4. There will be a China interest meeting Thursday, Oct. 5th at 7:00 pm in Library. See Mr. Spage or Mr. Runfola with any questions.
    5. We will have a Boys' Basketball interest meeting this Friday 11/6 9 am in room 603. All information about tryouts will be covered for FR. J.V. and Varsity teams.

    9/29-Fri.

    1. Are you still interested in joining Interact and didn’t come to our interest meetings? See Mr. Newman in Room 192. All soon-to-be-members need to turn in their forms & dues ASAP in order to be added to the email list and start getting hours.
    2. THERE WILL BE A GYMNASTICS INTEREST MEETING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3 AT 8:30 AM IN ONE OF THE HEALTH ROOMS.
    3. Please join us on Oct 3rd from 4pm to 5pm in room 178 for ISA's first meeting of the year. ISA is the Indian Student Association. And basically, we eat food and have fun. If you are interested in joining the Indian Student Association, please come! And, of course, we will have food!
    4. Please join the Indian Student Association after-school tomorrow (Tuesday) for our first meeting. There will be food! Room 178.
    5. Homecoming Week and the Dance are coming up soon! Do you have your dress and accessories for the dance? If not, come shop next week starting on Wednesday,
    6. October 4th during 2nd block from a FREE dress and accessories! Irene's Prom Closet and BRHS-FIDM fashion club will have tons of brand new dresses and barely used shoes and jewelryy....some items for guys as well. Everything at NO COST! Come shop and get your Homecoming look complete!
    7. Students, if you are from Puerto Rico or have family living in Puerto Rico, please come see Mrs Buckley in Room 201A.

    9/28-Thurs.

    1. Are you still interested in joining Interact and didn’t come to our interest meetings? See Mr. Newman in Room 192. All soon-to-be-members need to turn in their forms & dues ASAP in order to be added to the email list and start getting hours. 2. Come one, come all to the first meeting of the Red Cross Club on September 28th at 8:30am in room 109 where you'll learn about ways you can help people locally and internationally. Plus, there are no required hours and there is food.
    2. FBLA will have a monthly meeting this Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4. Please plan to attend. Upcoming events will be featured as well as information on an upcoming field trips! It's not too late to join!
    3. Interest meeting for softball will be held on Sept 28 right after school in room 603. All are welcome!
    4. THERE WILL BE A GYMNASTICS INTEREST MEETING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3 AT 8:30 AM IN ONE OF THE HEALTH ROOMS.
    5. There will be an interest meeting for girls lacrosse on Thurs, Sept 28 at 4:30pm in room 605.
    6. Have you ever considered teaching as a career? Interested in pursuing a job with children? OR do you just want to show some love to your teachers? Then join Educators Rising! We will be discussing competition, convention, and teacher appreciation on work days at our next meeting. The next meeting is Monday morning, October 2nd at 8:30 am in room 315, the preschool lab.. Donuts will be provided. Questions? Contact Lauren Poole or Mrs. Woods.

    9/27-Wed.

    1. Come to the S-A-D-D Club interest meeting Thursday, September 28th in room 118 before school at 8:45 if you want to spread awareness about the dangers of texting while driving, drunk driving, bullying and anxiety. There are no fees to join, it looks great on college apps, and you're supporting a good cause!
    2. Interest meeting for swimming will be held on Sept 28 in room 636 at 8:45am. All welcome!
    3. Do you have poetry, fiction, non-fiction, any story to share? Do you want time to write with like-minded creative types? Then come to Creative Writing Club. We meet every Wednesday in room 308. Come for inspiration, constructive critiques, and candy. There will be candy.
    4. Are you still interested in joining Interact and didn’t come to our interest meetings? See Mr. Newman in Room 192. All soon-to-be-members need to turn in their forms & dues ASAP in order to be added to the email list and start getting hours.
    5. Attention 10th graders: If you have study hall today, please report to study hall first and then go directly to the auditorium
    6. Are you interested in social campaigning? Do you want to make a long-lasting and significant impact on your global community? Come to the OneVoice interest meeting in room 401 across from the library Wednesday the 27th at 4:15. There will be food. 7. Come one, come all to the first meeting of the Red Cross Club on September 28th at 8:30am in room 109 where you'll learn about ways you can help people locally and internationally. Plus, there are no required hours and there is food.
    7. FBLA will have a monthly meeting this Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4. Please plan to attend. Upcoming events will be featured as well as information on an upcoming field trips! It's not too late to join!
    8. Interest meeting for softball will be held on Sept 28 right after school in room 603. All are welcome!
    9. The Badminton Club will have its first meeting tomorrow at 8:30 in the main gym. New people are welcome as well! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions.
    10. Picture day for juniors, sophomores, and freshman will take place in the auditorium tomorrow, September 28th and Friday, September 29th during your English class. If you know you will be absent in your English class that day, you may go during lunch or a free block, or plan to attend make up picture day on Wednesday, November 8th. Picture forms are available from your English teacher, the main office, or Ms. Sacco in room 206. Seniors, please check the website for information on senior portraits. Your LAST chance to be photographed for the yearbook will be next week, from October 2nd to the 6th!
    11. There will be an interest meeting for girls lacrosse on Thurs, Sept 28 at 4:30pm in room 605.

    9/26-Tues.

    1. Come to the S-A-D-D Club interest meeting Thursday, September 28th in room 118 before school at 8:45 if you want to spread awareness about the dangers of texting while driving, drunk driving, bullying and anxiety. There are no fees to join, it looks great on college apps, and you're supporting a good cause!
    2. Interest meeting for swimming will be held on Sept 28 in room 636 at 8:45am. All welcome!
    3. Do you have poetry, fiction, non-fiction, any story to share? Do you want time to write with like-minded creative types? Then come to Creative Writing Club. We meet every Wednesday in room 308. Come for inspiration, constructive critiques, and candy. There will be candy.
    4. Feminist Club is having our 1st meeting this Wednesday at 8:30am in room 178. Everyone is welcome!
    5. Are you still interested in joining Interact and didn’t come to our interest meetings? See Mr. Newman in Room 192. All soon-to-be-members need to turn in their forms & dues ASAP in order to be added to the email list and start getting hours.
    6. Attention 10th graders: If you have study hall today, please report to study hall first and then go directly to the auditorium
    7. Are you interested in social campaigning? Do you want to make a long-lasting and significant impact on your global community? Come to the OneVoice interest meeting in room 401 across from the library Wednesday the 27th at 4:15. There will be food. 8. Come one, come all to the first meeting of the Red Cross Club on September 28th at 8:30am in room 109 where you'll learn about ways you can help people locally and internationally. Plus, there are no required hours and there is food.
    8. FBLA will have a monthly meeting this Friday morning at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4. Please plan to attend. Upcoming events will be featured as well as information on an upcoming field trips! It's not too late to join!
    9. Interest meeting for softball will be held on Sept 28 right after school in room 603. All are welcome!
    10. The Badminton Club will have its first meeting this Thursday at 8:30 in the main gym. New people are welcome as well! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions.

     

    9/25-Mon.

    1. Have you ever wanted volunteering opportunities where you can see the results of your work? Do you like community work you can put your passion into? We have the club for you! The Student Advocacy Alliance is volunteering organization that focuses on local service and activism. We will have interest meetings in both the morning at 8:30 and directly after school in room 170, Mr. Cox's room, on Tuesday September 26th. Hope you come out and join SAA!
    2. Come to the S-A-D-D Club interest meeting Thursday, September 28th in room 118 before school at 8:45 if you want to spread awareness about the dangers of texting while driving, drunk driving, bullying and anxiety. There are no fees to join, it looks great on college apps, and you're supporting a good cause!
    3. Interest meeting for swimming will be held on Sept 28 in room 636 at 8:45am. All welcome!
    4. Do you have poetry, fiction, non-fiction, any story to share? Do you want time to write with like-minded creative types? Then come to Creative Writing Club. We meet every Wednesday in room 308. Come for inspiration, constructive critiques, and candy. There will be candy.
    5. Feminist Club is having our 1st meeting this Wednesday at 8:30am in room 178. Everyone is welcome!
    6. Are you still interested in joining Interact and didn’t come to our interest meetings? See Mr. Newman in Room 192. All soon-to-be-members need to turn in their forms & dues ASAP in order to be added to the email list and start getting hours.

    9/22-Fri.

    1. Oh....Hey there...Sorry I was caught up in reading this great book and lost track of time. Do you love to read? Come on....Don't be afraid to admit it. Reading is cool. It's relaxing. It can be thrilling, especially as it fuels your imagination. If you have a book you'd love to talk about... If you want to hear about what others are reading, then maybe you'd just like to share your love of reading with others. What if you haven't really enjoyed reading because you could never find the right book? Then now's your chance to get the scoop from people your own age and find out what they're reading. You just might be inspired... Come one and come all and join the Book Club on Thursday, September 28th in the library during your lunch shift. Bring your lunch and the book you are currently reading to share with the group. Don't have a book, then just come to hear about what others are sharing. And, don't worry, it will be a very relaxed atmosphere. All are welcome! See Mrs. Pepio or Mrs. Ivory in the library if you have questions.
    2. The Writing Center is now open! Bring your college essays, school essays, or personal writing by for confidential peer tutoring. All kinds of writing welcome! The Writing Center is located in room 202 and is open all of 3rd and 7th blocks.
    3. There is a PNO September 30th. If you want hours, sign up sheet is outside Mrs. Somers room, Room 4.
    4. Have you ever wanted volunteering opportunities where you can see the results of your work? Do you like community work you can put your passion into? We have the club for you! The Student Advocacy Alliance is volunteering organization that focuses on local service and activism. We will have interest meetings in both the morning at 8:30 and directly after school in room 170, Mr. Cox's room, on Tuesday September 26th. Hope you come out and join SAA!
    5. There will be an interest meeting for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad competition today after school in room 113. For more information contact Mrs. Acter or visit her school webpage.
    6. Interest meeting for swimming will be held on Sept 28 in room 636 at 8:45am. All welcome!

    9/21-Thurs.

    1. The Writing Center is now open! Bring your college essays, school essays, or personal writing by for confidential peer tutoring. All kinds of writing welcome! The Writing Center is located in room 202 and is open all of 3rd and 7th blocks.
    2. The science national honor society would like to invite anyone interested in joining this year to attend an interest meeting this Friday at 8:45 in room 181. Please see Dr. Vale if you are unable to attend or have any questions.
    3. There is a PNO September 30th. If you want hours, sign up sheet is outside Mrs. Somers room, Room 4.
    4. Have you ever wanted volunteering opportunities where you can see the results of your work? Do you like community work you can put your passion into? We have the club for you! The Student Advocacy Alliance is volunteering organization that focuses on local service and activism. We will have interest meetings in both the morning at 8:30 and directly after school in room 170, Mr. Cox's room, on Tuesday September 26th. Hope you come out and join SAA!
    5. There will be a Sophomore class meeting THIS FRIDAY, in room 180 at 8:30. We will discuss HOCO and our doughnut fundraiser.

    9/20-Wed.

    1. Turns out math is where it's at! Due to popular demand, Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society, will continue to accept applications through this Thursday, September 21. All applications must be turned in to Ms. Wiggins in room 123 by end of day Thursday. Notification of acceptance will be submitted through math class on Monday and Tuesday 9/25 and 9/26.
    2. Attention Juniors and Seniors - if you have a 3.5 GPA and are interested in applying to NHS this year, you must attend a parent/student info session on Wed, Sept 20 at 7pm in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Ms. Abdalla or Mr. Ray in rooms 186 & 187.
    3. The science national honor society would like to invite anyone interested in joining this year to attend an interest meeting this Friday at 8:45 in room 181. Please see Dr. Vale if you are unable to attend or have any questions.
    4. Hey Everyone if you want to make an impact and are interested in helping others, then come to an interest meeting for the Thirst Club. This club raises money to help fund drinking wells in Africa. 8:30 in room 178 on Thursday the 21st . See you there!
    5. There is a PNO September 30th. If you want hours, sign up sheet is outside Mrs. Somers room, Room 4.
    6. There will be a Sophomore class meeting THIS FRIDAY, in room 180 at 8:30. We will discuss HOCO and our doughnut fundraiser.
    7. Attention Senior PowderPuff team - PREPARE FOR DOMINATION. Please meet in RM 107 this Friday morning, September 29th at 8:50AM to go over practice schedules and to receive your playbooks. Please see Coach Curtis, Coach Meier, or QB1 Libby Griffis if you have any questions.
    8. S/O to our Varsity golf team for winning the Potomac District Tournament yesterday. This marks the first time ever Varsity golf has won both the regular season and tournament championships in one season. The Spartans were led by sophomore Mason Sergi, who finished with an Even Par 72. As well as, Brad Freyberger who finished with a 73. The Varsity golfers will next try to win Broad Run's first ever Region Championship In golf on Tuesday September 26th, Good luck Spartans!
    9. The Weekly Scrabble game is underway. To date Blake Brandenburg has WON TWO weeks in a ROW! Can you say Wordsmith Champion or What?! Way to Go! Blake! Would you like to be the next Weekly Scrabble Champion? Or will Blake win for the 3rd week in a row? Will he win all the free ice cream this year!? Remember .... You've got to be in it to win it! What are you waiting for! Don't just stare at the Scrabble Board at our library's main entrance, pick-up some letter tiles and take up the challenge today!
    10. The last interest meeting for the Interact Club will be this afternoon in room 192 at 4:10. We will have baked goods of all kinds!!

    9/19-Tues.

    1. Attention music students interested in Tri-M music honors society: all information and applications are live on Ms. Albers webpage. Applications are due Friday September 22.
    2. The Computer Science and Robotics Club will meet on Wednesday, September 20th at 8:15 AM in Room 121. Please come if you are interested in finding out more about the exciting world of programming and robotics. See Mr. Rochon if you have any questions.
    3. Want to discuss Charlottesville? Immigration? Free speech and Hate Speech? Health care? Juggalos? Then join us for roundtable discussions focused on sharing perspectives, ideas, and achieving world peace. Anyone interested in discussing current issues and politics is invited to the Political Forum interest meeting in Room 108 after school tomorrow. Bring an open mind, a friend or two, and three or more questions.
    4. Turns out math is where it's at! Due to popular demand, Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society, will continue to accept applications through this Thursday, September 21. All applications must be turned in to Ms. Wiggins in room 123 by end of day Thursday. Notification of acceptance will be submitted through math class on Monday and Tuesday 9/25 and 9/26.
    5. Are you interested in Fashion and your community? This Wednesday at 8:30 am in Room 208 we will have a meeting for all those interested in joining FCCLA and the FIDM fashion club. Please plan to attend to get involved in out upcoming events!
    6. Attention Juniors and Seniors - if you have a 3.5 GPA and are interested in applying to NHS this year, you must attend a parent/student info session on Wed, Sept 20 at 7pm in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Ms. Abdalla or Mr. Ray in rooms 186 & 187.
    7. Junior class Powder Puff Football practice will be held tomorrow Morning at 8am. Meet at Mr. Harty's (room 111) be prepared to go outside and practice right after the initial meeting.
    8. The science national honor society would like to invite anyone interested in joining this year to attend an interest meeting this Friday at 8:45 in room 181. Please see Dr. Vale if you are unable to attend or have any questions.

    9/18-Mon.

    1. Attention music students interested in Tri-M music honors society: all information and applications are live on Ms. Albers webpage. Applications are due Friday September 22.
    2. If you are interested in making an impact and changing the world for the better, please attend the interest meeting for the UNICEF club on Thursday, September 21st at 8:30 or 4:05 in room 194.
    3. The Computer Science and Robotics Club will meet on Wednesday, September 20th at 8:15 AM in Room 121. Please come if you are interested in finding out more about the exciting world of programming and robotics. See Mr. Rochon if you have any questions.
    4. Want to discuss Charlottesville? Immigration? Free speech and Hate Speech? Health care? Juggalos? Then join us for roundtable discussions focused on sharing perspectives, ideas, and achieving world peace. Anyone interested in discussing current issues and politics is invited to the Political Forum interest meeting in Room 108 after school on Wednesday. Bring an open mind, a friend or two, and three or more questions.
    5. Turns out math is where it's at! Due to popular demand, Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society, will continue to accept applications through this Thursday, September 21. All applications must be turned in to Ms. Wiggins in room 123 by end of day Thursday. Notification of acceptance will be submitted through math class on Monday and Tuesday 9/25 and 9/26.
    6. Are you interested in Fashion and your community? This Wednesday at 8:30 am in Room 208 we will have a meeting for all those interested in joining FCCLA and the FIDM fashion club. Please plan to attend to get involved in out upcoming events!
    7. There will be an interest meeting for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad competition on Friday September 22nd after school in room 113. For more information contact Mrs. Acter.
    8. Attention Juniors and Seniors - if you have a 3.5 GPA and are interested in applying to NHS this year, you must attend a parent/student info session on Wed, Sept 20 at 7pm in the cafeteria. If you have any questions, see Ms. Abdalla or Mr. Ray in rooms 186 & 187.
    9. There will be another interest meeting for the Interact Club this Wednesday at 8:30am in the cafeteria or 4:10 in 192, Mr. Newman's room. Yes, we will have muffins!
    10. Junior class Powder Puff Football practice will be held Wednesday Morning at 8am. Meet at Mr. Harty's (room 111) be prepared to go outside and practice right after the initial meeting.

    9/15-Fri.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. All junior and senior girls who are interested in playing powder puff should get an emergency form off of Mrs. Burton's door-room 301 and should turn in their money ($20) and emergency form to Mrs. Burton before you can practice. Also, all junior and senior boys who want to be cheerleaders for the game, should get an emergency form and turn it in with $10 before they can practice.
    3. Attention music students interested in Tri-M music honors society: all information and applications are live on Ms. Albers webpage. Applications are due Friday September 22.
    4. If you are interested in making an impact and changing the world for the better, please attend the interest meeting for the UNICEF club on Thursday, September 21st at 8:30 or 4:05 in room 194.
    5. On September 18th and 19th, BRHS will be conducting our annual, Virginia State required, vision and hearing screens.   This will include all 10th graders and “new to LCPS” students.   The Health Services teams will be here all day, until all students have been screened.   They need to move very quickly in order to screen all of the above students in 2 days.   Please pardon any interruptions to classroom activities but the students must be screened on these dates.   Send all students at the requested times, we will be sending hall passes to classrooms each block, Volunteers and PE teachers will be assisting with this event.   The screenings will be located in the back hall, behind health rooms, near the main gym, as in previous years.
    6. Our Varsity golf team defeated Tuscarora high school yesterday at Lansdowne for the 2nd year in a row. The Spartans were led by strong performances from Sam Carollo, Mason Sergi, Brad Fryberger, Hannah Jonely and Caroline Dennis. Matthew Yoon went full BEASTMODE, scoring the low-round 34 for the Spartans. The golf team won the regular season championship for the first time ever, and finished with a 5 and 2 record in match-play. Congrats Spartans!

    7.  

      Anyone interested in discussing current issues and politics is invited to the Political Forum interest meeting in Room 108 after school next Wednesday. Bring an open mind, a friend or two, and three or more questions.

    9/14-Thurs.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. Information sessions for Governor's School will be held during your lunch today in the Career Center. Feel free to bring your lunch with you!
    3. Do you like Badminton? Have you always wanted to play it at school? Well now you can! Join the Badminton Club! It’s a non competitive club where you can enjoy with your friends. There will be an interest meeting this Thursday September 14th, after school in room 605. There will be food as well! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions.
    4. There will be a UNICEF interest meeting on Wednesday, September 20th at 8:30 am and again at 4:05 in room 194.
    5. Art Club will have an interest meeting next Tuesday after school. If you have an interest in the visual arts or working in an art studio environment swing by room 8 on September 19th after school. See Mrs. Knight with any questions.
    6. Seniors-- HOCO meeting tomorrow, Friday morning at 8:15am in room 178! Senior year is your last opportunity to be involved-- get involved! See you there!
    7. Key Club-- next meeting is Tuesday the 19th at 8:30 in the cafeteria. Please have your application submitted and bring $11.50 for dues. Posters are around the school and outside room 178 with the url for application. All new members welcome!
    8. Thirst Project-- next meeting Thursday 21st in room 178. If interested in joining please come! Thirst Project works to raise money to help build wells and bring clean water to parts of Africa.
    9. All junior and senior girls who are interested in playing powder puff should get an emergency form off of Mrs. Burton's door-room 301 and should turn in their money ($20) and emergency form to Mrs. Burton before you can practice. Also, all junior and senior boys who want to be cheerleaders for the game, should get an emergency form and turn it in with $10 before they can practice.
    10. The Lincoln-Douglas and Policy debate squads meet today after school for practice. L-D is in room 108 and Policy is in room 3. All of speech and debate have practices next week. Team members are reminded to complete online sign-up and get all paperwork in.
    11. Shoutout to the Varsity golf team for beating Stone Bridge in the annual#BattleofTheBurn district match-play at Belmont Country Club. Led by senior captain Luke Goodwin; your Spartans defeated the Bulldogs by 37 strokes behind outstanding performances from sophomores Matthew Yoon, Mason Sergi, and a low-round 1-under par by Hannah Jonely. The Spartans will play their final match before districts this afternoon at Lansdowne against Tuscarora. Good luck golfers

    9/13-Wed.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. There will be an interest meeting for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad competition on tomorrow before school at 8:30 in room 113. For more information contact Mrs. Achter (Pronounced Acter).
    3. MSA or the Muslim student Association will meet today after school in room 184. Anyone is welcomed to join. Hope to see you there!!
    4. Information sessions for Governor's School will be held during your lunch on Thursday, September 14 in the Career Center. Feel free to bring your lunch with you!
    5. If you are new to Broad Run this year and not from Farmwell Middle School, then we have a luncheon for you this Wednesday, 9/13. Come to room 201A during your lunch shift and meet with fellow new students and Broad Run's PEER students. Food and beverages are provided! If you have allergies, please let Mrs. Buckley know in advance in 201A. See you on Wednesday!
    6. Do you like Badminton? Have you always wanted to play it at school? Well now you can! Join the Badminton Club! It’s a non competitive club where you can enjoy with your friends. There will be an interest meeting this Thursday September 14th, after school in room 605. There will be food as well! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions.
    7. There will be a UNICEF interest meeting on Wednesday, September 20th at 8:30 am and again at 4:05 in room 194.
    8. A reminder there is a chess club interest meeting tomorrow in room 117 at 8:40 and 4:10.
    9. Art Club will have an interest meeting next Tuesday after school. If you have an interest in the visual arts or working in an art studio environment swing by room 8 on September 19th after school. See Mrs. Knight with any questions.
    10. The Debate & Speech Team Lincoln-Douglas squad will meet tomorrow after school tomorrow in Room 108.

    9/12-Tues.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. Attention all sophomore, junior, and senior music students: There be an organizational/informative meeting for the Tri-M music honors society on Wednesday September 13th in room 512 (the orchestra room) at 8:30 a.m. We will review the application process and have an overview of the requirements. If you are unable to attend, materials will be available from your music teacher starting the 13th.
    3. Hey Broad Run, are you interested in building castles out of canned food and helping out the community? Do you want to make Broad Run and the world a better place? Or, do you just like muffins and looking good on a college application? Then come check out the Interact Club. Our first interest meeting will be on Wed, Sep. 13 at 8:30am in the cafeteria or 4:10pm in room 192. Did we mention there will be muffins?
    4. There will be an interest meeting for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad competition on Thursday September 14th before school at 8:30 in room 113. For more information contact Mrs. Achter (Pronounced Acter).
    5. MSA or the Muslim student Association will meet September 13th after school in room 184. Anyone is welcomed to join. Hope to see you there!!
    6. Information sessions for Governor's School will be held during your lunch on Thursday, September 14 in the Career Center. Feel free to bring your lunch with you!
    7. Information sessions for Governor's School will be held during your lunch on Thursday, September 14 in the Career Center. Feel free to bring your lunch with you!
    8. Ever thought of being a teacher or working with children? Are you interested in exploring a career in education? Join Educator's Rising! Educator's Rising will be tutoring at our feeder elementary schools, competing at competitions, going to a convention in the spring, and much more this year! Come to the first meeting on September 13th at 8:30 am in room 315 (the preschool lab). Questions? Contact Lauren Poole or stop by and see Mrs. Woods in room 315.
    9. If you are new to Broad Run this year and not from Farmwell Middle School, then we have a luncheon for you this Wednesday, 9/13. Come to room 201A during your lunch shift and meet with fellow new students and Broad Run's PEER students. Food and beverages are provided! If you have allergies, please let Mrs. Buckley know in advance in 201A. See you on Wednesday!
    10. There will be a short interest meeting for the Red Cross Club at 8:30 AM Thursday 9/14 in room 109. This club will work closely with a local Red Cross unit, meet people from there and more. We hope to see you there.
    11. Looking for a great way to start your morning? Come out and join Walk With A Purpose, meeting Thursday mornings at 8;15 in room 603, Coach Costello's room! Be sure to bring your friends and go walking with us this Thursday! We will have food to eat beforehand. And be sure to keep an eye out for the Walk With A Purpose bake sale this Friday. All donation will go to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
    12. A reminder that there will be an interest meeting tomorrow for the Chess Club in room 117 at 8:40 and 4:10. Topics that will be discussed include future events, when we meet, and why astrology isn't real. See Mr. Manning for any questions.
    13. The Debate & Speech Team meets today after school in Room 103. All returning team members must attend, as well as new members. Our first tournament is in just four weeks, so time to start training.
    14. Do you like Badminton? Have you always wanted to play it at school? Well now you can! Join the Badminton Club! It’s a non competitive club where you can enjoy with your friends. There will be an interest meeting this Thursday September 14th, after school in room 605. There will be food as well! Contact Mrs. May if you have any questions.

     

    9/11-Mon.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. Have you ever wanted to be more involved in your LGBTQ community? Do you want to find a place where you can feel comfortable and welcome as a member of the LGBTQ community? Or do you want to express yourself as an ally? Come to the interest meeting for Spartan Pride, Broad Run's Gay-Straight Alliance, on Tuesday, September 12th at 8:30 in room 175. We will discuss our plans for the year and listen to what you guys want to see from the club.
    3. Do you see yourself in the medical field, helping others? If so, then the broad run medical club is for you! There will be an interest meeting on Monday, September 11 in room 111 (Mr. Hartys room) before school at 8:30!  We will be going over what you can expect from the club and be taking any suggestions for future activities!  The meeting will be about 30 minutes. For those of you who cannot make it in the morning, there will be a makeup interest meeting right after school in Mr. Harty's room as well on the same day. Hope to see you all there!
    4. Attention all sophomore, junior, and senior music students: There be an organizational/informative meeting for the Tri-M music honors society on Wednesday September 13th in room 512 (the orchestra room) at 8:30 a.m.   We will review the application process and have an overview of the requirements.  If you are unable to attend, materials will be available from your music teacher starting the 13th.
    5. Hey Broad Run, are you interested in building castles out of canned food and helping out the community? Do you want to make Broad Run and the world a better place? Or, do you just like muffins and looking good on a college application? Then come check out the Interact Club. Our first interest meeting will be on Wed, Sep. 13 at 8:30am in the cafeteria or 4:10pm in room 192. Did we mention there will be muffins?
    6. There will be an interest meeting for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad competition on Thursday September 14th before school at 8:30 in room 113. For more information contact Mrs. Achter (Pronounced Acter).
    7. MSA or the Muslim student Association will meet September 13th after school in room 184. Anyone is welcomed to join. Hope to see you there!!
    8. Information sessions for Governor's School will be held during your lunch on Thursday, September 14 in the Career Center. Feel free to bring your lunch with you!
    9. Today at 9:30am in the auditorium two speakers will be sharing their personal 9/11 story with anyone who would like to come listen. Everyone is welcome! The event will take place during 5th block. Please come! Sergeant Middleton (senior Michael's dad) will tell us about his experience as a first responder to the Pentagon that day, and retired Lieutenant Colonel Kleinsmith will tell us about his experience inside the Pentagon when the plane struck about 200 feet from where he was seated.
    10. Do you want to join Key Club? If so, we would love to have you! Our next meeting is September 19 at 8:30am in the cafeteria. Please fill out and submit the application prior to the meeting. There are fliers up around the school with the url and QR code that you can use. Questions? Go to room 178.
    11. Ever thought of being a teacher or working with children? Are you interested in exploring a career in education? Join Educator's Rising! Educator's Rising will be tutoring at our feeder elementary schools, competing at competitions, going to a convention in the spring, and much more this year! Come to the first meeting on September 13th at 8:30 am in room 315 (the preschool lab). Questions? Contact Lauren Poole or stop by and see Mrs. Woods in room 315.
    12. If you are new to Broad Run this year and not from Farmwell Middle School, then we have a luncheon for you this Wednesday, 9/13. Come to room 201A during your lunch shift and meet with fellow new students and Broad Run's PEER students.  Food and beverages are provided!  If you have allergies, please let Mrs. Buckley know in advance in 201A.  See you on Wednesday!
    13. There will be a short interest meeting for the Red Cross Club at 8:30 AM Thursday 9/14 in room 109. This club will work closely with a local Red Cross unit, meet people from there and more. We hope to see you there.
    14. Looking for a great way to start your morning? Come out and join Walk With A Purpose, meeting Thursday mornings at 8;15 in room 603, Coach Costello's room! Be sure to bring your friends and go walking with us this Thursday! We will have food to eat beforehand. And be sure to keep an eye out for the Walk With A Purpose bake sale this Friday. All donation will go to victims of Hurricane Harvey.
    15. A reminder that this Wednesday there will be an interest meeting for the Chess Club in room 117 at 8:40 and 4:10. Topics that will be discussed include future events, when we meet, and why astrology isn't real.  See Mr. Manning for any questions.

     

    9/8-Fri.

    1. On Saturday, September 9th, the Broad Run High School Band Program is reaching into the Ashburn community for support. This is a major fundraising day for our Booster Association and helps us raise the additional support needed for ALL our band students. We rely on the financial support of our community to help fund our band program to offset expenses like bus transportation, additional instructors, uniform maintenance, and much more. We call it "Tag Day" because we give out a tag with our schedule of upcoming events. Our Marching Spartans will be out canvassing the various neighborhoods in the Broad Run High School community and we hope that you and your family will take a few moments to chat with and support our students this year. Your family isn't going to be home? We also offer the opportunity to make a tax-deductible Tag Day donation online at our website - www.brhsbba.org Then, on Saturday evening, we would love for you to come out and join the Band for a Dining for Dollars event at Spinfire Pizza and The Meadows in One Loudoun from 6:00 to 9:00 PM! Just tell the cashier that the band sent you! Your support of the Broad Run Marching Spartans is greatly appreciated!
    2. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    3. If you were a member of the National History Honor Society in the past or are interested in joining the National History Honor Society, please attend an interest meeting on Monday September 11th at 8:30 am in Room 170.We will be discussing changes to the Honor Society as well as formulating some goals for the organization. See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    4. Have you ever wanted to be more involved in your LGBTQ community? Do you want to find a place where you can feel comfortable and welcome as a member of the LGBTQ community? Or do you want to express yourself as an ally? Come to the interest meeting for Spartan Pride, Broad Run's Gay-Straight Alliance, on Tuesday, September 12th at 8:30 in room 175. We will discuss our plans for the year and listen to what you guys want to see from the club.
    5. Do you see yourself in the medical field, helping others? If so, then the broad run medical club is for you! There will be an interest meeting on Monday, September 11 in room 111 (Mr. Hartys room) before school at 8:30! We will be going over what you can expect from the club and be taking any suggestions for future activities! The meeting will be about 30 minutes. For those of you who cannot make it in the morning, there will be a makeup interest meeting right after school in Mr. Harty's room as well on the same day. Hope to see you all there!
    6. Attention all sophomore, junior, and senior music students: There be an organizational/informative meeting for the Tri-M music honors society on Wednesday September 13th in room 512 (the orchestra room) at 8:30 a.m. We will review the application process and have an overview of the requirements. If you are unable to attend, materials will be available from your music teacher starting the 13th.
    7. There will be an interest meeting for the Chess club in room 117 on Wednesday September 13th before and after school. The before school meeting will begin at 8:40 AM and the after school meeting will begin at 4:10 PM. Please see Mr. Manning if you cannot attend and have any questions.
    8. Are you into fishing? Want to try it for the first time? Please join us at an interest meeting for the Fishing Club in room 194 on Monday, September 11th.
    9. Hey Broad Run, are you interested in building castles out of canned food and helping out the community? Do you want to make Broad Run and the world a better place? Or, do you just like muffins and looking good on a college application? Then come check out the Interact Club. Our first interest meeting will be on Wed, Sep. 13 at 8:30am in the cafeteria or 4:10pm in room 192. Did we mention there will be muffins?

    9/7-Thurs.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    1. If you were a member of the National History Honor Society in the past or are interested in joining the National History Honor Society, please attend an interest meeting on Monday September 11th at 8:30 am in Room 170.We will be discussing changes to the Honor Society as well as formulating some goals for the organization. See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    2. There will be a FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Interest Meeting on Friday, September 8, 2017, at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4.
    3. There will be a sophomore class meeting this Friday, Sept. 8 at 8:30 in room 180. We will be discussing homecoming and our upcoming Doughnut Sale.
    4. Do you see yourself in the medical field, helping others? If so, then the broad run medical club is for you! There will be an interest meeting on Monday, September 11 in room 111 (Mr. Hartys room) before school at 8:30! We will be going over what you can expect from the club and be taking any suggestions for future activities! The meeting will be about 30 minutes. For those of you who cannot make it in the morning, there will be a makeup interest meeting right after school in Mr. Harty's room as well on the same day. Hope to see you all there!
    5. Attention all sophomore, junior, and senior music students: There be an organizational/informative meeting for the Tri-M music honors society on Wednesday September 13th in room 512 (the orchestra room) at 8:30 a.m. We will review the application process and have an overview of the requirements. If you are unable to attend, materials will be available from your music teacher starting the 13th.
    6. Hey Broad Run, are you interested in building castles out of canned food and helping out the community? Do you want to make Broad Run and the world a better place? Or, do you just like muffins and looking good on a college application? Then come check out the Interact Club. Our first interest meeting will be on Wed, Sep. 13 at 8:30am in the cafeteria or 4:10pm in room 192. Did we mention there will be muffins?

    9/6-Wed.

    1. Attention Writers: The Theatre department is accepting submissions for the 2nd Annual Cornfield Picks. This year, your 10 minute plays should be set in a coffee house and have a cast of 3 actors or less. All submissions must be turned in by October 1st. See the Drama website for more details. Get stirring.
    2. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then.
    3. If you were a member of the National History Honor Society in the past or are interested in joining the National History Honor Society, please attend an interest meeting on Monday September 11th at 8:30 am in Room 170.We will be discussing changes to the Honor Society as well as formulating some goals for the organization. See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    4. There will be a FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Interest Meeting on Friday, September 8, 2017, at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4.
    5. There will be a sophomore class meeting this Friday, Sept. 8 at 8:30 in room 180. We will be discussing homecoming and our upcoming Doughnut Sale.
    6. Have you ever wanted to be more involved in your LGBTQ community? Do you want to find a place where you can feel comfortable and welcome as a member of the LGBTQ community? Or do you want to express yourself as an ally? Come to the interest meeting for Spartan Pride, Broad Run's Gay-Straight Alliance, on Tuesday, September 12th at 8:30 in room 175. We will discuss our plans for the year and listen to what you guys want to see from the club.
    7. Tired of the U.S. Congress not doing its job? Feel free to join Broad Run's Debate Team Congress and do better. Did you know stand-up comedian Patton Oswalt—the voice of Pixar's Ratatouille—got his start doing Humorous Interpretation for Broad Run's Speech Team? Now he loves in a $2.5 million home in Hollywood. Join Debate & Speech! Our interest meeting is today, after school, in the Library. Bring a friend or enemy to argue with.
    8. Do you see yourself in the medical field, helping others? If so, then the broad run medical club is for you! There will be an interest meeting on Monday, September 11 in room 111 (Mr. Hartys room) before school at 8:30! We will be going over what you can expect from the club and be taking any suggestions for future activities! The meeting will be about 30 minutes. For those of you who cannot make it in the morning, there will be a makeup interest meeting right after school in Mr. Harty's room as well on the same day. Hope to see you all there!

    9/5-Tues.

    1. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.
    2. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then.
    3. An Economics Club is forming to compete in state and national economics competitions for awards and potential scholarship money. If you are interested in economics or have taken an economics class and want to test your knowledge, come to Room 170 on Wednesday Sept 6th. We will have two sessions for those interested: Session 1 at 8:30 am and Session 2 at 4:15 on Wednesday Sept 6th. If you know the MC = MR rule, you know a lot!! See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    4. If you were a member of the National History Honor Society in the past or are interested in joining the National History Honor Society, please attend an interest meeting on Monday September 11th at 8:30 am in Room 170.We will be discussing changes to the Honor Society as well as formulating some goals for the organization. See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    5. There will be a FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Interest Meeting on Friday, September 8, 2017, at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4.
    6. It's that time again to join the Scrabble Challenge! Don't just walk past the Scrabble Board located at the entrance of our school library, take part in Broad Run's Weekly Scrabble Challenge. Be the student to earn the highest points by Friday afternoon at 4:03 PM and receive a certificate for a free ice cream in the Spartan Cafe. Game rules are posted beside the Scrabble Board. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask Mrs. Larsen, our favorite Library Assistant, or Mrs. Pepio. Faculty are also encouraged to participate. May the best wordsmith win!
    7. There will be a sophomore class meeting this Friday, Sept. 8 at 8:30 in room 180. We will be discussing homecoming and our upcoming Doughnut Sale.
    8. Key Club Meeting tomorrow 8:30am in cafeteria!
    9. Spartan Pride meeting 8:30am in room 178

    9/4-Mon. LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

    9/1-Fri.

    1. Is Pi your favorite dessert? Do you find functions an integral part of your life? Then we want YOU to become a member of Broad Run's Math Honor Society. An interest meeting for Mu Alpha Theta will be held in Room 123 on Wednesday, September 6. We will meet before school at 8:30 and after school at 4:10. See Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Payne with any questions.
    2. There is a sophomore class meeting on Friday, Sept. 8 in room 180 at 8:30am . The more the merrier!
    3. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.
    4. Come support the junior class this Saturday and get your car washed in the Jiffy Lube parking lot from 10-2. Proceeds will go towards homecoming and PROM!
    5. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then.
    6. An Economics Club is forming to compete in state and national economics competitions for awards and potential scholarship money. If you are interested in economics or have taken an economics class and want to test your knowledge, come to Room 170 on Wednesday Sept 6th. We will have two sessions for those interested: Session 1 at 8:30 am and Session 2 at 4:15 on Wednesday Sept 6th. If you know the MC = MR rule, you know a lot!! See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    7. There will be a FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Interest Meeting on Friday, September 8, 2017, at 8:30 a.m. in Room 4.
    8. Tired of losing arguments — even with yourself? Want to be able to do DBQs in your sleep? Join the Broad Run Debate & Speech Team. Our Interest Meeting is next Wednesday right after school in the Library. Join the discussion, join the fun.
    9. Do you see yourself in the medical field, helping others? If so, then the broad run medical club is for you! There will be an interest meeting on Monday, September 11 in room 111 (Mr. Hartys room) before school at 8:30! We will be going over what you can expect from the club and be taking any suggestions for future activities! The meeting will be about 30 minutes. For those of you who cannot make it in the morning, there will be a makeup interest meeting right after school in Mr. Harty's room as well on the same day.Hope to see you all there!

    8/31-Thurs.

    1. Is Pi your favorite dessert? Do you find functions an integral part of your life? Then we want YOU to become a member of Broad Run's Math Honor Society. An interest meeting for Mu Alpha Theta will be held in Room 123 on Wednesday, September 6. We will meet before school at 8:30 and after school at 4:10. See Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Payne with any questions.
    2. There is a sophomore class meeting on Friday, Sept. 8 in room 180 at 8:30am . The more the merrier!
    3. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.
    4. ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL PLAYERS: There will be an interest meeting tomorrow, September 1st at 8:45AM in Room 107. Please see coach Meier or coach Feemster if you have any questions.
    5. Should national service be required after you graduate from Broad Run? Is civil disobedience in a democracy always morally justified? The Broad Run Debate & Speech team invites you to join them this year in challenging, fun speaking and arguing about issues like these. Come to the Library next Wednesday—September 6th—after school to find out about— Humorous Interpretation Speech Lincoln-Douglas Debate Policy Debate Extemporaneous Speaking Public-Forum Debate ...and more.
    1. Come support the junior class this Saturday and get your car washed in the Jiffy Lube parking lot from 10-2. Proceeds will go towards homecoming and PROM!
    2. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then.
    3. An Economics Club is forming to compete in state and national economics competitions for awards and potential scholarship money. If you are interested in economics or have taken an economics class and want to test your knowledge, come to Room 170 on Wednesday Sept 6th. We will have two sessions for those interested: Session 1 at 8:30 am and Session 2 at 4:15 on Wednesday Sept 6th. If you know the MC = MR rule, you know a lot!! See Mr. Cox in Room 170 for more information or if you have any questions.
    4. Girls Basketball Interest Meeting Today at 4:10pm in Room 636. All students are welcome!

    8/30-Wed.

    1. Is Pi your favorite dessert? Do you find functions an integral part of your life? Then we want YOU to become a member of Broad Run's Math Honor Society. An interest meeting for Mu Alpha Theta will be held in Room 123 on Wednesday, September 6. We will meet before school at 8:30 and after school at 4:10. See Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Payne with any questions.
    2. There is a sophomore class meeting on Friday, Sept. 8 in room 180 at 8:30am . The more the merrier!
    3. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.
    4. ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL PLAYERS: There will be an interest meeting this Friday, September 1st at 8:45AM in Room 107. Please see coach Meier or coach Feemster if you have any questions.
    5. Should national service be required after you graduate from Broad Run? Is civil disobedience in a democracy always morally justified? The Broad Run Debate & Speech team invites you to join them this year in challenging, fun speaking and arguing about issues like these. Come to the Library next Wednesday—September 6th—after school to find out about— Humorous Interpretation Speech Lincoln-Douglas Debate Policy Debate Extemporaneous Speaking Public-Forum Debate ...and more. 
    6. Come support the junior class this Saturday and get your car washed in the Jiffy Lube parking lot from 10-2. Proceeds will go towards homecoming and PROM! 
    7. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then.

    8/29-Tues.

    1. Is Pi your favorite dessert? Do you find functions an integral part of your life? Then we want YOU to become a member of Broad Run's Math Honor Society. An interest meeting for Mu Alpha Theta will be held in Room 123 on Wednesday, September 6. We will meet before school at 8:30 and after school at 4:10. See Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Payne with any questions.
    2. There is a sophomore class meeting on Friday, Sept. 8 in room 180 at 8:30am . The more the merrier!
    3. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.
    4. ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL PLAYERS: There will be an interest meeting this Friday, September 1st at 8:45AM in Room 107. Please see coach Meier or coach Feemster if you have any questions.
    5. Should national service be required after you graduate from Broad Run? Is civil disobedience in a democracy always morally justified? The Broad Run Debate & Speech team invites you to join them this year in challenging, fun speaking and arguing about issues like these. Come to the Library next Wednesday—September 6th—after school to find out about— Humorous Interpretation Speech Lincoln-Douglas Debate Policy Debate Extemporaneous Speaking Public-Forum Debate ...and more. 
    6. If you are interested in powder puff football and helping out for homecoming this year come to the junior class meeting Thursday September 7th at 8:30 in room 106! Sign ups will take place then. 
    7. Come support the junior class this Saturday and get your car washed in the Jiffy Lube parking lot from 10-2. Proceeds will go towards homecoming and PROM!

    8/28-Mon.

    1. Is Pi your favorite dessert? Do you find functions an integral part of your life? Then we want YOU to become a member of Broad Run's Math Honor Society. An interest meeting for Mu Alpha Theta will be held in Room 123 on Wednesday, September 6. We will meet before school at 8:30 and after school at 4:10. See Ms. Wiggins or Mrs. Payne with any questions. 
    2. For any students interested in wrestling this upcoming season, please join Coach Cooley for a meeting in the wrestling room before school on Tuesday, August 29 at 8:45 am.
    3. There is a sophomore class meeting on Friday, Sept. 8 in room 180 at 8:30am . The more the merrier!
    4. Auditions for the fall production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow will be held on September 5th, after school, in the black box, room 510. You’ll need a 1 minute monologue. See Mr. Kalbaugh with any questions.

     

     

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