• MH Parent News Letter BHPS

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 6/7/2022 2:20:00 PM

    Dear Parents,

    The June 2022 Mental Health Parent Newsletter for BHPS is attached below.

    MH Parent Newsletter 6.22

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  • Governor's STEM Scholar Program Applications now available

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 6/7/2022 8:55:00 AM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    The Governor’s STEM Scholars application is now open for the 2022-2023 Class. 

    The Governor’s STEM Scholars is provided at no cost to participants. It is open to New Jersey-based students who will be entering 10th grade in the Fall of 2022 through doctoral level, who have a proven passion for STEM, and a GPA of 3.5 or higher. The application will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 10, 2022. All applicants will be notified by September 1, 2022 of their status. 


    Applicants are required to complete an application, including an essay question, and to submit a 60 second video, a resume, a current school transcript, and an optional letter of recommendation. Undergraduate and graduate students are required to submit a research project proposal.


    For more details please visit


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  • 2020 Service Academy Day

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 5/23/2022 3:30:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Tom Malinowski's office will be hosting the 2022 Service Academy Day in-person for not just incoming in-coming seniors but for all students who have expressed interest in learning more about their selected Service Academy of Interest. All 5 Service Academies (West Point, Naval Academy, Coast Guard Academy, Merchant Marine, and Air Force Academy) will be present for all students that would like to have their questions answered, information, and experience on what to expect when heading to the academy. The Army National Guard will be at the event to share educational opportunities if students are interested. A flyer with all information of the event is attached. On the flyer, there is a link that takes you to the registration details. Please sign up. Please see the following information below about the event:

    Event Name: 2022 Service Academy Day

    Date: 6/11/2022

    Location: Raritan Valley Community College, 118 Lamington Road, Branchburg, NJ 08876

    Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

    Purpose: To give all students within District 7 the opportunity to speak to Service Academy Representatives on experiences, information, and set interests on knowing more about our 5 Military Academies to have the opportunity not just to obtain an education but  service in the U.S. Armed Forces after completion.

    Event Link: https://bit.ly/3Livtbf

    The link to Congressman’s Tom Malinowski’s Website is also given. It goes directly to his Military Academy Nominations section that talks about the 2022 Service Academy Nomination process for all Juniors entering the Senior Year. The Application for the Service Academy will be available for students to fill out and start their Academy Nomination Process on June 11th. The link is provided below:

    Military Academy Nominations | Representative Tom Malinowski (house.gov)

    If you need more information, please contact 

     Marco A. Laguna

    Wounded Warrior Fellow

    Veteran & Military Representative

    Congressman Tom Malinowski (NJ-07)

    Somerville, NJ 08876

    (908) 547-3307

    Fax: 1-844-272-0103



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  • May Awareness Calendar

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 5/3/2022 3:00:00 PM
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  • JUMPSTART 2022

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/29/2022 8:00:00 AM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Governor Livingston High School is excited to share that College Jumpstart will be offered this summer. 
    Any rising junior who is embarking on the college process journey and feels ready to engage in targeted support should sign up.
    A detailed flyer of information is attached. Link below.
    Questions can be sent to Mrs. Morin at mmorin@bhpsnj.org.
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    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/28/2022 2:20:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    The New Jersey West Point Field Force is hosting a United States Military Academy virtual meeting for rising freshman, sophomores, and juniors.  The virtual briefing is scheduled on May 12th at 7:00 PM. 

     We are a volunteer organization assisting students in their application process to West Point including providing relevant information regarding the many opportunities at West Point.  In the past, our members have met with your staff and students to update them on the Academy and admissions process. 

    We are hoping your staff will participate by attending and by spreading the word to your students by posting the attached PDF.  

     To many educators, West Point is often seen as off limits to potential Candidates.  Yes, the competition is keen but there are ways to help our young people in finding the path that best suits them, including a career as a leader in today’s Army.  We are including a link to an admissions blog which answers many questions as well as PDF document which covers important facts about West Point.  Some of the items we cover are:

    • Admission’s Blog.  The admissions blog will answer many of your questions and give you an idea what graduates will be doing after graduation.  We strongly recommend you check out the blog. 
      • The Journey Continues - stories of recent graduates 3 to 4 years from graduation and what they have been doing. This is in the process of being finalized.  All branches will be covered.
      • AP Credits and What they mean at West Point
      • Descriptions of each year at the Academy
      • The Scholars Program - Post Graduate Scholarships
      • The Center for Enhanced Performance
      • Info on the CFA, candidate fitness assessment
      • The Honor Code
      • Things to know about choosing a major
      • SLE – the Summer Leadership Experience


    • The large number of humanities and social science majorsat West Point.  It is more than an engineering school.
    • The CORE curriculumwhich includes composition, literature, 2 semesters of a foreign language, US Government and History, Economics, Mathematics, Cyber and Science.
    • All-expense paid internshipslike working at the National Security Council in Washington, visiting London to watch Shakespeare’s plays, going to Oxford to study philosophy, working at RAND Corp, Council of Economic Advisors, Goldman Sacks, A T Kearney, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, State Department, Manhattan DA’s Office, and the World Bank.
    • $27 million allocated for cadet researchsupported by 26 research centers.
    • The West Point Graduate Scholarship Programwhich prepares cadets to compete for fourteen prestigious scholarships including the Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright programs.  Last year West Point had 40 graduates win these scholarships. 
    • The four pillars of the CHARACTER DEVELOPMENTprogram not available at any other college.  Character, Academic, Physical and Military.  At West Point, Cadets will learn and incorporate the ideals of loyalty, respect, integrity, courage, and honor in their daily life.  They will learn failure can make them stronger.  Going outside their comfort zone helps them grow.  Character is relevant.  Grit makes the difference in success in life.  Finally, the concept of ‘never, ever quit’ becomes part of their DNA
    • Participation in one of the 130 Cadet Clubsincluding Academic, Sports, Hobby, Military, Religious and Support Clubs.
    • Full four-year tuition ROTC scholarshipsavailable at over 1100 colleges and universities. 
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  • 2022 Virtual Financial Aid Night

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/27/2022 1:15:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Tonight is the 2022 Virtual Financial Aid Night at 7:00 p.m., with  Mr. William Rabbitt, of College Funding Services. 

    Emails have been sent home with the informative letter regarding this program.  You must registers in order to receive the link for the Zoom, and to receive a recording or copies of the slides.

    Please see the attached letter for that information.

    The dates of these emails are 4/13, 4/14, and 4/21.


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  • “Empowering Our Youth” Summer Employment Program

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/18/2022 10:05:00 AM

    The Union County Board of County Commissioners announces the launch of the “Empowering Our Youth” Summer Employment Program. Now open to applicants, this program is run by the Union County Division of Youth Services and is offered to County residents ages 16 through 24 years old. Both full-time and part-time positions are available at various locations at $15 an hour. The “Empowering Our Youth” Summer Employment Program can provide uniforms, transportation, and childcare to those looking for summer jobs.


    • Participants must meet WIOA qualifications, submit a complete application, and provide copies of birth certificate, social security card and unexpired ID for certification.
    • Participants must attend orientation, interview, and career/skills assessment to start the program.


    If you or your youth are interested in participating, please complete an application on our website here: https://ucnj.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Youth-Application-Form-with-seasonal-app.pdf.  Once completed, you can email to summeryouth@ucnj.org or drop-off to us.


    Drop-Off Addresses

    • Division of Youth Services: 1143-1145 E. Jersey St, 4th Floor, Elizabeth
    • One-Stop Center: 921 Elizabeth Ave, Elizabeth
    • American Job Center: 200 W. 2nd St # 4, Plainfield



    The deadline to apply is Thursday, May 19, 2022






    Warm regards,


    Latoya K. Bennett

    Program Administrator

    Youth Opportunity Coordinator

    County of Union – Division of Youth Services

    Albender Building Entrance

    1143-1145 E. Jersey Street, 4th Floor | Elizabeth, NJ 07201

    Tel: (908) 558-2525 | To Fax: Please scan and email documents

    For more information visit us at www.ucnj.org/youth

    Instagram: @UCNJYOUTH

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  • Minding Your Mind Virtual program

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/18/2022 10:00:00 AM
    Dear Parents, 
    Below is a flyer for an upcoming virtual parent event on 4/20 from 7:00PM-8:30PM. All BHPS families are welcome to attend.
    All the best, 
    Madison Rowohlt (she/her/hers)
    Student Assistance Counselor
    Phone: 908-464-3100 X 2713 
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  • The Consortium Wellness Program for April

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/18/2022 9:00:00 AM

    Dear Parents,

    Please find the April Consortium program flyer attached below.

    Consortium April2022 flyer


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