The Booster Club is pleased to offer financial grants up to $2,000 to BHR Academic and Shop departments for activities that are consistent with the Booster Club Mission. Under special circumstances grants may exceed $2,000, however additional review procedures may be required.
The Blue Hills Booster Club is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to raise money to fund enrichment activities for all students (including clubs), scholarships and trade awards for Blue Hills students. Grants will be awarded based on the availability of funds and the merit of the request. Grants will be provided on a first come, first serve basis after an appropriate amount of funds have been set aside for scholarships and trade awards. Grant applications will be reviewed and decided upon within 30 days of receipt. Grants must be approved by the principal prior to submission to the Booster Club Board. If approved, all Grant recipients must provide the Booster Club with a completed project summary report (no longer than 1 page) that documents the completion of the activity, how the funds were expended and the final benefits provided to the students. The post activity report will describe how funds were disbursed if not done directly by the Booster Club Treasurer.
PLEASE VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE THE NEW MERCHANDISE!
We now have beach towels with Blue Hills Warriors and logo imprinted on them. They sell for $25.
We also have ladies light cotton pajama bottoms with the BH logo imprinted on them for $27.
Also, we have new jogger sweatpants for $30. We have baseball hats and also visors and headbands all with the BH logo selling for $15. We also have alumni spiritwear as well.
CONCESSIONS for spring sports events start at 3:30 pm unless noted. Please be advised outdoor events can be postponed due to weather/scheduling changes
BLUE HILLS BOOSTER CLUB
BOOSTER MEETING DATES / EVENTS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 2018/19 Location BHR *Chateau at 7:00 PM unless otherwise indicated
Focused discussions on areas of interest or events.
Specific Fundraising event planning
Store Operations & Concessions
Additional committee meetings may be scheduled as needed
Monthly Member Meeting Activities (3rd Tuesday of the month):
Formal report by officers and committee chairs/ specialists
Review and Approval of Minutes
Board level actions (bylaws, donations, new business)
Note: It is possible multiple committees can meet simultaneously assuming limited person overlap. Example: the scholarship committee can meet at the same time a store operations discussion is taking place
*The Chateau is the school restaurant and is location on the Massasoit side of the school.
Enjoy a great time while raising money for our students.
We are always looking for new faces and new ideas.
Our mission is to raise money to fund different activities, speakers and groups for all grades within the school. We like to help the staff and support activities that may have been affected by budget cuts. Also, qualified graduating seniors are presented with scholarships and trade awards. This past year the Booster Club awarded over $4000 in scholarships and trade awards.
Help us support the students. Your membership dues fund the scholarships and trade awards.
On this page you will find our Membership Card for the Booster Club. It is $25 per year/per family. You can pay $25 yearly or you can pay $80 for your child’s four years up front. Payment of membership dues ENTITLES your child to the opportunity to APPLY for a Booster Club scholarship or trade award during his/her senior year at Blue Hills. A scholarship committee consisting of non-senior booster club members is formed annually to review and assess each applicant.
One of the main qualifications for your child to be considered for a scholarship/trade award is that the student and/or parent MUST volunteer during the four years that the child attends school. For example, you can help out at the Snack Shack during fall and spring sporting events, sell concessions in the school cafeteria during basketball games, help in the School Store or help during any fundraising event.
You don’t have to volunteer for every event but you and/or your child MUST do something each year.
Please return your completed membership card and membership dues to the Student Affairs office or mail to BH Booster Club, P.O. Box 401, Randolph, MA 02368. If paying by check please make payable to Blue Hills Boosters. Thanks again for your continued support.
Come join us at our meetings and meet new parents, have a few laughs and give us some of your great ideas!!! Booster Club meetings are at 7:00pm on the first Tuesday or Wednesday of every month and held in the Chateau (on the Massasoit side of our building). We are always looking for new members.
Spirit Wear is available through the Booster Club School Store. Volunteers are always needed. We would like the store open to the students during their lunch periods each day. If anyone is interested, please contact us. We would be very happy to work out a schedule with you.
If anyone is interested, please contact us. We would be very happy to work out a schedule with you.
We hope to see you soon!! If you can’t make it to a meeting, please send us your e-mail address so we may inform you on all the latest BHR Booster Club news. If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your child’s name and grade. We hope your experience at Blue Hills is a pleasurable one!
Marylou Burton and Wendy Fee, Co-Presidents President@BH-Boosters.org
Catherine Gil, Vice President VicePresident@BH-Boosters.org
Lisa MIllwood, Treasurer Treasurer@BH-Boosters.org
Martha Young, Secretary Secretary@BH-Boosters.org
Lisa Greene, School Store Manager StoreMgr@BH-Boosters.org
Oonagh Whitley, Assistant Store Manager
"The best thing you can give your child is your time"
For information on the school store such as hours, volunteer opportunities, or questions on products please email: