RTI is the abbreviation for Response to Intervention. Response to Intervention simply refers to a system where supports are in place to assist students, ensure academic success, and prevent academic failure. An RTI period of 38 minutes will be incorporated into the daily schedule at BHS this year to provide students time to receive additional help, complete missed assignments, and even explore additional learning opportunities. Each student will be assigned a mentor with whom they will meet each Monday during the RTI block. The mentor will assist students in determining which teachers to see Tuesday through Friday and with scheduling meetings with guidance counselors, administrators, and other school personnel. We believe this will impact Brewer High School tremendously this year and look forward to providing students with additional support!
Attention Brewer Families~Please take our Health Centers Year-End Survey! It takes less than 1 minute and we use this information to improve services. We value your input and support! Thank you.
The final newsletter for the 2015-16 Brewer High Key Club has been posted at the link below. The newsletter is dedicated to this year’s seniors! Read all about our projects including the Penobscot River Cleanup, our Christmas in April project, Hike for the Homeless, Meals for Mrs. Crosby, our blood drive, and our trip to DECON.
Congratulations to the following Brewer High Students who were recognized for the recent Penobscot County Bar Association Law Day essay contest: Alyssa Patterson – Winner; Evan Vidas – Runner-Up; Annie Jewell and Annabelle Fernandez-Faucher – Honorable Mention.