Parents of Belleville New Tech, our learners have been working diligently on their latest project, Genocide Awareness. On May 28 at 6 PM-8PM, a group of students will host a fundraiser event that includes, food, entertainment, art, and community. These events are aimed at all ages from young to adult. Tickets are only $1 and all money raised will go to support the Holocaust Museum in Detroit. Please come to support the learners of Belleville New Tech. Check in at the cafeteria.
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MAY 28 Event: A genocide awareness event will take place on Wednesday May 28th from 6-8pm in the BHS Commons. Guests will learn about the seriousness of current genocides, and help raise money for the local Holocaust Museum organization.
Bake Sale: New Tech Juniors will be conducting a bake sale for their genocide awareness event during all three lunches on May 19, 20 and the 21st. Students will be selling cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and many other delights.
Please buy some baked goods to support our genocide awareness event!
Candy Sale: Candy will be sold by BNT students throughout next week to raise money for the cost of the genocide awareness event.
Dinner: May 20th in the BHS auditorium 5-8pm. $7 admission for dinner and a viewing of Hotel Rwanda.
It was a great week for BNT! Check out the awesome things our students and staff have been doing.
Hello All – Change in plans for Saturday’s Lake and Downtown Clean Up:
Please Meet at HORIZON PARK, on High Street, between 9 -10 am.
Following the clean up, lunch will be at the BYC Clubhouse, 831 East Huron River Drive.
All volunteers welcome! Bring your own work gloves.
Hope to see you there,
The Junior class completed their research on the genocides of the 20th century. During this project, students were focused on the following driving question: “How do we, as students of the new millennium, create a measurable change, locally or globally, against the practice of genocide so that the generations of this century don’t allow the same atrocities as witnessed in the 20th Century?”
Our young scholars did an amazing job with investigating details of their selected genocide, learning how the U.N. defines a genocide, what has been done to end genocides in the past, and what potential genocides are happening today. Suffice to say, they wanted to raise awareness in our community and contribute to the many efforts around the world to stop genocides from occurring in their world today. The students of Belleville New Tech decided they would like to host two separate dinners (One on May 20, one on June 6), and a festival on May 28. They decided to branch off into separate committees in order to bring organization and effectiveness to their efforts. The following videos are a brief explanation of the details of each committee. Please take a look and email Mr. Butka or Mrs. Slingerland with any comments: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Belleville New Tech students are in their final projects for the school year. They are solving real world problems all over the school. In this week’s pictures you will see projects in Biology and Money, Power, & the American Dream. Students in Biology presented to the community in the “Stand Up To Cancer” project and are continuing to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Students in Money, Power, & the American Dream are researching foreign policy and trying to find solutions to the crisis in Ukraine in a Model United Nations format.