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Welcome Class of 2021!!

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Our Commitment to You...Your Promise to Us!


May 2018 


To All Parents & Students of Class of 2021:


Miss Martino and Mr. Gill enjoy doing our part to make your next few years at Bordentown Regional High School fun and memorable. Mr. Gill and Miss. Martino will always try to provide the students and parents of Class of 2021 with the most updated information on upcoming events pertaining to the class.


However, it is incumbent upon the students and parents to stay informed and updated on all events. Mr. Gill and Miss. Martino will constantly update the Class of 2021 webpage, send out Remind 101 alerts, school eblasts, and emails. It is important to not only stay updated, but also contribute your thoughts and opinions at scheduled class meetings. We welcome ALL of our students and parents to have a voice in planning fundraisers, dances, and other memorable activities; however your voice will not be heard unless you participate. Throughout the course of the next few years, we encourage you to partake in surveys, meetings, and other planning committees so that these events reflect your thoughts and opinions. Ultimately, it is YOUR class, YOUR graduation, YOUR Prom, and YOUR Senior class trip; therefore, YOU need to get involved now! Do not wait until the last minute!


Furthermore, when Miss. Martino and Mr. Gill set a deadline for certain events/fundraisers, that deadline is FINAL! When we are selling a product, such as tickets to an event or Bordentown Spirit Wear, there will be a certain amount of available products to be sold, and a deadline to which you need to purchase them. However, when that number of products is reached and/or the deadline has passed, WE ARE SOLD OUT! NO EXCEPTIONS! Miss. Martino and Mr. Gill will not allow any more products to be sold once we are sold out under any circumstances, unless Mr. Gill and Miss. Martino are in agreement together. Every student will have the opportunity to go to things like prom, dances, etc...but deadlines must be kept!


Once an event or fundraiser is scheduled, it is up to you and your parent(s) to not wait until the last minute to get involved. As we have told you since the beginning of your freshman school year, the expenses of your senior year can be monumental; therefore it is important to start saving and fundraising early. We strongly recommend getting involved early and not waiting until the last minute. The school, staff, and advisors are not responsible for participants waiting until the last minute. Again, for things like fundraisers, we will provide dates and deadlines so there is no confusion. 


 Remember, All School Rules, Policies and Procedures apply to all Events!


Your Class Advisors,
Mr. Gill and Miss. Martino