Next General Membership Meeting Tuesday, Dec. 1 st 2020
Meeting to be held via Zoom, at 7:00 PM
2020-2021 Elections will be held at this meeting. Please see the election of Officers and Job Descriptions at the bottom of this page.
The Booster Store is located on the first floor in the corridor between the main lobby and the school cafetorium. We are open week days during the students’ lunch breaks, from 10:30 AM – 12:45 PM. Days open may vary based on availability of volunteers and Covid-19 restrictions.
We sell a variety of BHR spirit wear, including varsity jackets and blankets. To purchase spirit wear you may visit the store in person, or shop on-line. See our on-line gallery of items through the link below.
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The Booster Club uses the small building located on the upper field on BHR school property to sell concessions to athletes, coaches, teachers and spectators. Our “Snack Shack” was constructed by our Blue Hills students!
We open the Snack Shack whenever feasible during school sporting events and celebrations. The Snack Shack is operated by Booster volunteer parents and students.
Further details will be provided on this page when COVID restrictions are lifted.
For information email Info@BH-Boosters.org
The Blue Hills Booster Club is a Charitable, non-profit, fully recognized 501(c)(3) organization formed to support and aid students and student athletes of Blue Hills Regional Vocational Technical High School. This support is provided in a variety of ways by our many volunteers, local businesses, as well as the students themselves. We work very closely with administrators, teachers and the student body to promote pride, sportsmanship and enthusiasm for all programs. Scholarships are awarded to qualifying students for a post-secondary education, to support students moving on within their trade or who plan to join the military. We fund grant requests when feasible, and assist clubs and teams for all students attending Blue Hills. We achieve these goals through a variety of fundraisers such as concessions during sporting and special events, raffles, other fundraising throughout the year, as well as spirit wear sales either on-line or at our School Booster Store.
Family membership and involvement is the key to a successful Booster Club. We ask the parents of every student and student athlete to become members. Please see the Membership link to obtain details on joining the BH Booster Club. By maintaining a Booster Club membership and providing volunteer support, your student will be eligible to apply for a Booster Club scholarship, trade award or military award their senior year. By becoming an active member, you will enhance both our ability to provide for all students, and your experience as a family at Blue Hills.
“The Best Thing you can give your child is your time”
Thank you for your support!
Elections and Jobs
For a detailed description of elections and job descriptions, see the attachment at the bottom of this page.
Membership Meeting Schedule
Booster Membership Meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm, in the school restaurant, the Chateau de Bleu. This year, due to COVID, we are meeting via zoom unless otherwise posted in the “Boosters News” section of our webpage.
- Tuesday, October 6, 2020
- Wednesday, November 4, 2020
- Tuesday, December 1, 2020
- Tuesday, January 5, 2021
- Tuesday, February 2, 2021
- Tuesday, March 2, 2021
- Tuesday, April 6, 2021
- Tuesday, May 4, 2021
- Tuesday, June 1, 2021
*Presidential Election is Tuesday, November 3rd
We encourage all Blue Hills families to join the Booster Club to support our students and programs. The Membership fee is $25 per family per year, and Freshman families are offered a discounted rate of $80 if they pay all four years during Freshman year.
The Booster Club is run by Blue Hills volunteers. Although volunteerism is not required, we encourage students and their families to engage in volunteering. As a Booster member in good standing, volunteering at a Booster event or activity in each year while attending Blue Hills affords the students the opportunity to be invited to apply for a Booster Club Scholarship, Trade Award or Military Award during their Senior year.
Benefits of membership and volunteerism:
- Meeting and making new friends with other Blue Hill students and families
- Opportunity for parents to participate in volunteerism with their child
- Teaches responsibility
- Practicing Social Skills
- Learning about Customer Service
- Exposure to proper safety of handling food and beverages
- Obtain Community Service hours
- Opportunity to earn a Booster Scholarship, Trade Award or Military Award
To join The Booster Club please complete the membership form using the link provided below. Payment information can be found on the membership form. Questions may be addressed to Membership@BH-Boosters.org