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March 24th - 31st, 2022
Topic Summary:
  • Welcome Back to Lunch
  • Basketball Award Ceremonies 
  • Mission Week Student Recap 
  • Nurse’s Desk Update
  • BCA Performing Arts presents: 2022 SHOWCASE
It’s a perfect confluence of events as RIDOH’s COVID restrictions have eased, new tables have arrived in the multi-purpose room, and today’s rainstorm made everyone grateful that we can have lunch INSIDE as needed. It’s nice to see everyone’s smiling faces around the lunchroom again!


On Wednesday, March 23rd, coaches/parents/student-athletes/siblings came together to celebrate BCA’s winter basketball seasons. Both middle school and high school teams celebrated their seasons and each squad had two players recognized with the Bengal Award and the Coach’s Award.

BENGAL AWARD WINNERS: Lila Stilley (MS Girls), Ian McGuire (MS Boys), Morgan Fisher (HS Girls), Luke Wilson (HS Boys) 

COACH’S AWARD WINNERS: Olive Greenhalgh (MS Girls), Caleb McBride (MS Boys), Juliette Young (HS Girls), Caleb Dixon (HS Boys) 


We are so proud of the work and fellowship our high schoolers experienced during Mission Week, and here’s the perspective from Sophie Scott (Class of 2024): 

“Through serving at Mathewson Street Church on Monday, and in the Smith Hill community Tuesday, the high school students had the amazing opportunity to get closer to God and His people. We went on prayer walks, delivered food to people experiencing homelessness, and got to know those around us a little bit better. On Wednesday, we left for an overnight retreat, where we grew our friendships, had deep conversations, and prayed together.  I think sometimes we get caught up in our own lives and all the stress and craziness that life brings. But last week we took a step back—our main focus was on God. And when God is our main focus, He can do great things.

“God is working in you. He wants your plans and your acts to fulfill His good purpose.” ‭‭Philippians‬ ‭2:13‬ ‭NIRV‬‬


There has been one new case of COVID-19 since last week's communicator was sent. This individual was not at school during the infectious period. Thank you for continuing to keep your kids home from school when they have a symptom!
The Playbook was updated once again on March 15th. The changes mentioned in last week's communicator are reflected in the updated Pre K-12 School Outbreak Response Playbook. (version 9.1). 
Important: Many of the state-run test sites, including the Barrington location, will be closing at the end of this month! See link below for details and other options.

BCA also has at-home test kits to give to families to use when your child has symptoms and needs to test. Remember that only a negative rapid/antigen/at-home test is required now. Our at-home kits contain two tests and are meant to do two days in-a-row for best accuracy. Please let me know if you need one!
Other Resources you may find helpful: 

Nut-Free Lunches Reminder!
Students began dining in the cafeteria again this week. Yay! Remember that BCA is completely nut-free this year, which means even lunches that are eaten in the cafeteria need to be peanut and tree nut-free! For more details and to refer to the email that was sent out earlier this week, please click here.

Upcoming Events

This Week
  • Friday, March 25th
    In-Person School
Looking Further Ahead
  • Wednesday April 13th
    Performing Arts Showcase
  • Thursday, April 14th
    Easter Chapel 2:00PM @ BBC

Teacher Spotlight

Mrs. Jenna Tremblay-Reilly
Performing Arts Teacher
Birthday: April 12 
Birthplace: New Bedford, MA
Where Did You Grow Up? New Bedford, MA (also called N Beige) 
Any Siblings? No, only child :) I know…SHOCKING!
Role models as a Kid? My mother, father, and grandmother 
What teacher inspired you? Ms. Mullin (High School English) 
What Was Your Favorite Class? Jazz class (Frank Hatchett) & Musical Theatre (Luigi) 
High School Mascot: New Bedford High Whalers 
High School Activities? Swimming, Basketball, Chorus, SATB, ShowChoir,Theatre, Honors, Yearbook 
What College Did You Graduate From? Rhode Island College (BA Theatre/Musical Theatre), Lesley University (Clinical Mental Health Counseling Expressive Art Therapy) 
How Many Years at BCA? Seven
Favorite Color: Pink 
Favorite Book? As a kid Pippi Longstocking, as an adult anything by Toni Morrison/Arthur Miller/Henrik Ibsen 
Favorite Movie? White Christmas 
Favorite Musical? 42nd Street 
Favorite Bible Verse: 1 Thessalonians 5:11 “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” and Micah 6:8 “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” (NIV)
Favorite Food: Plant City Providence
Do You Have Any Pets? Yes! My pup Yoda 
Do you have any children? No, but I teach a lot of them 
Favorite Athlete? Lisa Leslie (WNBA legend) 
Favorite Entertainer? Sutton Foster (2-time Tony Award-winning actress/singer/dancer) 
Best event you ever attended? Meisher European Tour of A Doll’s House
What’s A Game You Usually Win? Trivia games & Monopoly
What’s Something You Are Proud Of? My lived life experiences & working in different industries with lots of characters & my adventures

Performing Arts

BCA Students have been practicing all year and Mrs. Tremblay-Reilly and the Performing Arts Department are pleased to present the 2022 Showcase on Wednesday, April 13th. There are two performances (at 5:30 and 7:30PM) in the multi-purpose room but seating is limited to 75 people per show. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students, so get yours now at

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