Everyone has some taste in books, whether it ranges from nonfiction to complete fantasy, but what about books given to students by their teachers? English teachers assign readings based on their lesson plans, and there are many opinions about reading these books for class and assignments. In BSGE, books that are read by many students … Continue reading Views on Curriculum Based Books
The BACC Rag will repost an old article or interview (from our archive of almost a thousand stories!) each Thursday to help share great stories from the past that would still resound today. Mr. Chris Potter, current English and Theory of Knowledge teacher, is a former Holy Cross collegiate basketball player. First things first: who offered you … Continue reading Throw BACC Thursdays: Chris Potter: Quite the Crusader
Deadline to submit is this Wednesday, April 23rd. Performances will be on Tuesday April 29th in the cafeteria. Click on the image below to download the flyer.
The school library recently received a new shipment of books, thanks to Ms. Clarkson-Farrell. She has spent a lot of time devoted to trying to make the library better, and as a result, there are now more than 75 books that weren’t there to take out before. They come from many genres, everywhere from adventure … Continue reading BSGE’s New Order of Books
On Thursday, February 28th, the Open Mic Poetry Reading event was the first of its kind to be hosted at BSGE, with more than 30 poems read aloud and almost every chair filled in the audience. The poetry readings weren't the only thing happening in BSGE’s cafegymatorium, but also Gangnam style dance offs, Harlem Shakes, … Continue reading BSGE Hosts First Open Mic Poetry Reading Celebrating Black History Month
As the school year ends, BSGE’s 8th grade says goodbye for good to their English class student teacher Phillip Ashton Marnell The First. (Marnell had specifically said that he was “The First”). The 25 year old that worked with English teacher Nikki Singh and the 8th grade from April to June, is not only leaving … Continue reading Interview with A Departing Student Teacher